Former Westpac boss Brian Hartzer lists Vaucluse home

Former Westpac boss Brian Hartzer lists Vaucluse home
Former Westpac boss Brian Hartzer lists Vaucluse home

The recently departed Westpac boss Brian Hartzer and wife Georgiana are selling their Vaucluse mansion.

They desire to downsize.

The US-born banker bought the home after returning to Australia following a two year stint in London with Royal Bank of Scotland.

It was secured for $12.75 million just a few months before he was announced as chief executive at Westpac Group, replacing the retiring Gail Kelly.

The Michael Dysart-designed trophy home was bought from ISS Australia chief executive Dane Hudson.

The 1,230 sqm private estate that features 765 sqm of internal living space across its three levels, each accessed by internal lift has been listed by Brad Pillinger at Pillinger Real Estate with reported $20 million hopes after its refurbishment.

Former Westpac boss Brian Hartzer lists Vaucluse home

There are five ensuited bedrooms across the separate parents, children and guest wings, although it is now overly spacious with several of their children now staying near or on campuses.

The living spaces comprise formal lounge and dining areas, a family room, a library, media room, rumpus and home office. In the gardens, designed by Jane Coleman, is a gas-heated swimming pool.

The home is crowned with an observation deck with views across the harbour.

There is a Pittwater’s weekender, a charming sandstone home, but the couple are set to find a city bolthole.

 

 

 

 

 

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