Melbourne-bound AFL star Tom Scully sells Glenhaven home

Melbourne-bound AFL star Tom Scully sells Glenhaven home
Melbourne-bound AFL star Tom Scully sells Glenhaven home

The departing GWS AFL star Tom Scully and partner Zoe Robertson have scored a quick sale of their Glenhaven home.

The 27 year old midfielder, who has just signed a four year deal taking him to the Hawks, secured $1,832,000.

He had paid $1.35 million for the home in 2012, shortly after he was picked up by the newly formed Greater Western Sydney Giants.

He owns a two bedroom Cremorne apartment in Melbourne which cost $600,000 in 2014.

Having been the number one draft pick in 2009, he spent the first two years of his career with the Melbourne Demons.

Scully then controversially signed a six year contract worth around $6 million when he was just 20 years old.

The home was just two years old when Scully moved in, located 20 kilometres north of Spotless Stadium.

Built in 2010, the home 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 which overlooks the solar heated swimming pool and spa.

It sits on a private 1,065 square metre block with a solar heated swimming pool and spa.

Guardian Realty Dural agents Joel Green and Kirstian Danckert have a December 15 auction.

The Berwick-born Scully is set to marry Zoe Robertson, the daughter of former Test cricketer Gavin Robertson, later this month.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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