Former Hawks legend Chris Langford buys in Vaculuse

Former Hawks legend Chris Langford buys in Vaculuse
Former Hawks legend Chris Langford buys in Vaculuse

The Toorak based funds manager Chris Langford and wife Eleanor have bought at Vaucluse.

The four time premiership winning Hawthorn legend spent $6.4 million on the dryside of Coolong Road.

The Phillip Silver-decorated five bedroom home, last traded for $2.1 million in 2000, sold through Biller Property Double Bay agent Paul Biller.

Langford moved to Sydney late in his football career to work as an accountant, commuting to Melbourne to play with Hawthorn.

He rents a $5.18 million Toorak home and owns a Mornington Peninsula acreage retreat.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph. 

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