Home of Mosman Granny Killer's last victim demolished

Home of Mosman Granny Killer's last victim demolished
Home of Mosman Granny Killer's last victim demolished

The house where the infamous Sydney ‘granny killer’ murdered his last victim has been demolished, the local paper, the Mosman Daily has reported.

A $3.5 million new build mansion will be built on the land at 14 Pindari Ave, Beauty Point where John Wayne Glover was captured in 1990.

He had tried to kill himself in the bath after leaving the body of 60-year-old widow, Joan Violet Sinclair on the carpet in March 1990 with the police waiting unaware outside.

The 1,427 sqm site, was snapped up in April 2016 for a discounted $3.8 million.

It had previously changed hands for a discounted price of $915,000 in 1991.

The six-bedroom house, built in 1920, had been briefly rented out for $2,500 a week since last May, the Mosman Daily reported.

The Granny Killer, John Wayne Glover was convicted in 1991 of the murder of six elderly women.

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