Mosman continues trophy home sales run

Mosman continues trophy home sales run
Mosman continues trophy home sales run

Yet another Mosman trophy home has been sold, as the mopping up of old stock continues.

Siobhan Downe has found a buyer having listed in 2018 with initial $22.5 million to $25 million hopes.

It was about the time she’d spent $9.9 million on a Millers Point terrace bought from former Coca-Cola boss Warwick White.

The dual-block golden triangle Mosman holding had been purchased from the former Vivendi Water boss Kevin Doyle in 2001 for $6.25 million.

Next door cost $3.26 million for a floodlit tennis court with garaging underneath.

Mosman continues trophy home sales run

Raine and Horne’s Brendan Warner and Richardson and Wrench’s Stephen Patrick had revised the pricing of the Michael Robilliard designed home with Sarah Davidson interiors.

The Hopetoun Ave address was the third Mosman home over two decades for Downe and her then Macquarie banker husband, Andrew.

Formal settlements will show whether the new Mosman non-waterfront record holder was another hush-hush sale on Ruby St.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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