Stirling Mortlock lists Pymble home with South Highlands move mooted

Stirling Mortlock lists Pymble home with South Highlands move mooted
Stirling Mortlock lists Pymble home with South Highlands move mooted

Retired Wallaby Stirling Mortlock and wife Caroline are selling their Pymble family home, with a move to the Southern Highlands on the horizon.

Mortlock, who captained the Walalby's, Brumbies and the Melbourne Rebels, paid $2.4 million for the 2005-built home in 2008.

He retired from rugby in 2012 and became a wealth director at NAB, before moving to Peak Advisors last year.

The five bedroom, double brick home is set in manicured private gardens which feature a saltwater swimming pool and a tennis court.

Di Jones North Shore agent Tim Fraser has set a June 23 auction.

Mortlock made 80 appearances for the Wallabys.

The centre grew up around the area, playing his junior football with Lindfield Juniors, before representing Gordon at Colt level. He was picked up by the Brumbies in 1998.

He called Poiters, the 1904 Killara mansion, home when he was a boy. His parents sold it last year for $5.45 million.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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