Thoroughbred breeder Michael Sissian to sell Mosman Federation trophy

Thoroughbred breeder Michael Sissian to sell Mosman Federation trophy
Thoroughbred breeder Michael Sissian to sell Mosman Federation trophy

Thoroughbred devotee Michael Sissian and interior designer wife Linda are selling their home in Mosman.

They hope for $13.5 million-plus for the classically restored manor on Balmoral Slopes.

With views over Middle Harbour, the two-level, four-bedroom home has 1270 square metres of lawn and landscaped gardens.

The Agency’s Nic Yates has the listing.

The Sissians paid $4.55 million in 2002 when they moved from Bellevue Hill, where they had sold to Peter Yates when he moved from Melbourne to run the Packer media empire.

Mosman agents are currently sensing heightened interest from Hong Kong buyers — both Chinese-born and Australian expatriates — for their limited trophy home offerings. Realestate.com.au reports record levels of buyer searches from Hong Kong.

Michael Coombs at LJ Hooker AVNU has hired Bo Zhang, formerly at Belle Property, who has been among the busiest agents with a hand in 22 sales in the past 12 months, at a $5 million average.

Mosman’s top 2019 sales are surrounded by intrigue, with both bullish $15 million sales yet to settle.

There was also an internal $23 million family transfer when Michael Messara bought Seacliff from his horse-breeder father, John.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph. 

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