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tom scully blows final siren on gws giants with sale of sydney home

Written by The ReReport



AFL player Tom Scully is leaving the GWS Giants to move back to Melbourne.

Melbourne-bound AFL star Tom Scully and wife Zoe Robertson are selling their Glenhaven home in Sydney’s northwest.
The 27-year-old midfielder, who has just signed a four-year deal with Hawthorn, paid $1.35 million for the home in 2012 soon after he was picked up by the newly-formed Greater Western Sydney Giants.

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Scully had signed a six-year contract with the Giants worth about $6 million when he was just 20 years old.
The 2010-built home in the Hills District, 20km north of the Giants’ base at Spotless Stadium, has five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a study, rumpus room and a tiered theatre room.

The central living zone opens to the alfresco kitchen with steam oven and barbecue.
It sits on a private 1065 sqm block with a solar heated swimming pool and spa.

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Guardian Realty Dural agents Joel Green and Kristian Danckert have a December 15 auction.
Scully and Robertson, the daughter of former Test cricketer Gavin Robertson, wed in October last year.
Scully also owns a two-bedroom apartment in Cremorne, Melbourne which cost $600,000 in 2014.



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