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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The master bedroom.
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.