Outgoing Sydney Swans chief executive Andrew Ireland sells Centennial Park home

Outgoing Sydney Swans chief executive Andrew Ireland sells Centennial Park home
Outgoing Sydney Swans chief executive Andrew Ireland sells Centennial Park home

Outgoing Sydney Swans chief executive Andrew Ireland and wife Kelly snappily sold Hurlstone, their Centennial Park home mid-week for $4.45 million.

There had been $4 million hopes for its scheduled late September auction.

Ireland doesn't need to be so close to the SCG HQ now he's retiring from the role after a decade at the end of this year.

The couple bought the 1910 Cook Road home, which has been re-designed by Pierre Della-Putta, for $1,745,000 in 2007.

The Brisbane bound couple retain a long-time Norman Park house, which cost $465,000 in 2005, and two years ago bought a three bedroom Teneriffe apartment just outside of Brisbane for $1,175,000.

He will remain a director on the board and has entered into a long-term consultancy arrangement with the club in business operations and list management.

Under his tenure, Ireland has been involved in five grand final appearances and two premierships. 

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