Pick a Box Mosman home sold to property developer Bryan Rose

Pick a Box Mosman home sold to property developer Bryan Rose
Pick a Box Mosman home sold to property developer Bryan Rose

The mystery $22.4 million buyer of Mosman’s second most expensive house has been revealed as Bryan Rose, the son of property developer Bob and Margaret Rose.

His purchase, tipped by Fairfax Media, marks a triumphant return to Mosman for Rose, who grew up in The Balmoral Beach trophy home Seacliff.

The waterfront property was sold by Ying Li, from China, who had bought it in 2012 for $20 million.

The Bay Street estate was previously owned by retired car dealer Laurie Sutton and the late TV presenter Bob Dyer. 

It was sold through Mark Manners, of Simeon Manners.

Settlement is expected to confirm the sale price, but it is understood to have topped an underbid of $22.3 million.

Rose owns at Vaucluse where he bought almost a decade ago for $4.62 million.

Rose’s new Beauty Point estate was the home of retired car dealer Laurie Sutton for 35 years after it was sold in 1977 for $376,960 by the late television presenter and quiz show host Bob Dyer and his wife Dolly.

Rose Group was founded by veteran property developer Bob Rose in 1976, and his son Bryan is joint managing director with his brother Stuart.

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