Back to work bonus: As AFL coach James Hird returns to the Bombers after his doping scandal ban, his house looks set to sell for nearly $5m
By Leesa Smith for Day by day Mail Australia what’s more, Sally Lee
Published: 15:28 BST, 25 Regal 2014 | Updated: 06:37 BST, 8 February 2015
The Melbourne palatial venture house of a AFL mentor is under offer just as he returns to the Essendon Planes after a 12-month suspension due to a doping embarrassment inside the club.
It is accepted that James Hird what’s more, spouse Tania trust to offer their sumptuous five-bedroom property for $4.75 million plus.
The couple revamped the home in the well-off suburb of Toorak, south-east from Melbourne, after they purchased it for $2.76 million in early 2011.
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The luxurious home at is accepted to be an venture property for the Hird family who have been living in another Toorak house since 1998 which was bought for $2.4million, detailed Property Observer.
The 837 square meter site – named Swinford – has experienced expensive remodels with extravagant highlights such as French limestone fireplaces, Swarovski gem light fixtures what’s more, a shimmering turquoise pool encompassed by manicured gardens.
The staggering house is on private deal through Kay & Burton genuine bequest agents.
It’s been detailed that the house has been on the advertise since February this year what’s more, with articulations of intrigue due on Walk 25. This taken after a fizzled articulations of intrigue showcasing battle back in May 2012.
Controversy encompassed Hird’s future with the Aircraft following the doping embarrassment inside the club.
But he has returned to the club as his 12-month suspension came to an end on Monday.
However Hird will not play an dynamic part as mentor until the begin of the 2015 season.