Billionaire Computershare co-founder sells Middle Park trophy home

Billionaire Computershare co-founder sells Middle Park trophy home
Billionaire Computershare co-founder sells Middle Park trophy home

Billionaire Computershare co-founder Chris Morris has sold his renovated Art Deco Middle Park trophy home.

It is believed to have sold between $12 million and $13 million.

The Beaconsfield Parade property on 925 square metres was an Art Deco block of flats before Morris converted it to a family home.

Billionaire Computershare co-founder sells Middle Park trophy home

He commissioned Chamberlain Javens Architects to create the three storey property with four bedrooms, five bathrooms and formal and informal living and dining areas.

In the gardens is a swimming pool and a self-contained apartment above the garage.

It sold through Kay & Burton South Yarra agent Michael Armstrong and Cayzer's Geoff Cayzer with interiors by Kerry Phelan Design Office,

Morris founded share registry company Computershare with his sister Penelope Maclagan in 1978.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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