Swans coach John Longmire moves up the street in Malabar

Swans coach John Longmire moves up the street in Malabar
Swans coach John Longmire moves up the street in Malabar

Sydney Swans coach John Longmire will be putting his feet up in a new Malabar home after his Swans sides finals run was cut short by a mauling from local rivals GWS.

Longmire and wife Shelley have not moved far, in fact they've stayed on the same street.

Having sold for $2.75 million (pictured above) in just nine days, the Longmire's secured their next home just 200 metres up the road.

They've paid $3,712,500 for a contemporary 2003 built home.

Spanning three levels, the home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a study and a sauna.

The master retreat came with a spa ensuite, walk in wardrobe and dressing room.

The ground level living and dining areas open to the alfresco entertaining space which adjoins a swimming pool.

South Eastern Realty Malabar agent Angela Gladstone sold the home.

The Longmire's former home was bought shortly after he got the top job at the Swans.

They paid $1.7 million in 2011 and extensively renovated the two level, four bedroom home, adding a pool and cabana last year.

They opted against going through with the approval they secured for the home, which would have cost $1.1 million to turn it into a three level, five bedder.

Longmire, who played for North Melbourne during his AFL career, won a premiership with the Swans in his second season in charge.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph

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