Portsea trophy home Moonya sold

Portsea trophy home Moonya sold
Portsea trophy home Moonya sold

Moonya, the Portsea trophy home on the Mornington Peninsula clifftop, has sold.

There had been a guide of $20 million to $22 million to secure the property, so likely to be the peninsula's second biggest sale, only behind the $26 million Ilyuka in 2010.

Moonya, on 2,800 square metres over two titles, features a six bedroom Hamptons-style home.

There's a two level tennis pavilion next to the tennis court and a swimming pool in the Paul Bangay gardens.

The tennis court block was offered unsuccessfully last summer as separate holding.

An accountant has placed a caveat on the property following its sale, but just who will emerge as the buyer remains shrouded in secrecy.

Peninsula Sotheby's agents Rob Curtain and Danielle Veins secured the deal for the vendors, Zenith Interiors co-founder John Fisher and wife Jenny.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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