Shopping centre heiress to amalgamate Bellevue Hill properties

Shopping centre heiress to amalgamate Bellevue Hill properties
Shopping centre heiress to amalgamate Bellevue Hill properties

Monica Saunders-Weinberg, one of Australia’s richest women, is planning an amalgamation of her two Bellevue Hill properties.

The heiress to the fortune of her late father John Saunders, co-founder of shopping giant Westfield, has lodged a dual occupancy application for her dress circle Drumalbyn Road holdings.

She also wants a tennis court included in the $2.8 million Luigi Rosselli plans being reviewed at Woollahra Council.

It was in 2016 when Saunders-Weinberg spent $6 million on the Tudor-style residence (above), next door to her $20 million home she has owned since 2010.

She has just arrived back in Sydney after holidaying in Israel, with a stop off in Paris.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph. 

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