Tony Lockett sells in Southern Highlands

Tony Lockett sells in Southern Highlands
Tony Lockett sells in Southern Highlands

AFL Swans legend Tony “Plugger” Lockett and his wife Vicki have sold their Moss Vale property, Roscoe Park, after having $4.6 million hopes.

The Swans specialist coach, who calls himself a hobby farmer, advised the listing was with a tinge of sadness. 

But he advised it was time for change, somewhere down the coast. 

The AFL’s all-time greatest goalkicker moved to the Highlands in 2000 with his wife and then young daughters.

He took up cattle farming along with greyhound racing.

The couple bought the 40-hectare property for $1.2 million after he initially retired from the Swans.

Renovations and extensions plus an indoor pool complex have been undertaken at the property which now has a six-bedroom house.

Duncan Hill, of Duncan Hill Property sold it Michelle Cameron, wife of Suncorp chief executive Michael Cameron.

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