Wallaby legend Stirling Mortlock sells at Pymble

Wallaby legend Stirling Mortlock sells at Pymble
Wallaby legend Stirling Mortlock sells at Pymble

Southern Highlands-bound retired Wallaby's skipper Stirling Mortlock and wife Caroline have sold their Pymble family home for $3.8 million before its scheduled auction.

They've called the red brick residence home for the last decade, having paid $2.4 million in 2008, just a few years after it was built.

The five bedroom home sits in 1,208 sqm of manicured gardens which feature a tennis court and saltwater swimming pool.

Tim Fraser at Di Jones North Shore secured the pre-auction sale.

Mortlock captained the Wallby's, Brumbies and Melbourne Rebels over his illustrious 14 year career.

He pulled on the Wallaby's jersey 80 times, winning the famous Bledisloe and Tri-Nation Series' victories of 2000.

Following his 2012 retirement, Mortlock became a wealth director at NAB. Last year he moved to Peak Advisors.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

 

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