Former Merivale exec Brett Sergeant lists Woollahra mansion Maroomba

Former Merivale exec Brett Sergeant lists Woollahra mansion Maroomba
Former Merivale exec Brett Sergeant lists Woollahra mansion Maroomba

Having been recently commuting back and forth from Melbourne, hospitality industry leader Brett Sergeant and his German wife, Iris Grosse-Kleimann are selling Maroomba, their former Woollahra home.

They’re seeking $8.25 million for the four bedroom heritage-listed home that dates back to the 1890s.

The couple paid $3.4 million in 2014 and have since renovated the home to have 320 sqm of internal living space.

There’s a landscaped garden with outdoor kitchen, and a whole entertaining level with cocktail bar and a custom designed wine cellar and tasting room.

Pillinger Double Bay agent Brad Pillinger has the Nelson Street listing.

Now the chief executive of Chris Morris’s Colonial Leisure Group, whose flagship venue is the Portsea Hotel, Sergeant left Merivale in 2016 after nine years when he was the chief operating officer.

His first job was as a glassie at AHL’s Mitcham Hotel.

Nelson Street’s most recent sale was when recruitment boss Phil Kerry and his wife, Anne-Maree, secured the 1880s Victorian Regency trophy mansion, Larissa for $8.5 million, having sold in Darling Point for $18 million to insurer Richard Enthoven.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph. 

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