Addenbrooke, Bellevue Hill, the inland spring trophy home listing

Addenbrooke, Bellevue Hill, the inland spring trophy home listing
Addenbrooke, Bellevue Hill, the inland spring trophy home listing

Addenbrooke, the stately Bellevue Hill mansion, is set to be Sydney's inland trophy home listing for spring.

Its being listed through Sydney Sotheby's International Realty agent Michael Pallier.

Property Observer gathers it's set to come with $33 million hopes by the downsizing vendors, Denis and Charlotte O'Neil.

There's also a vacant adjacent grassed block of land available for any buyer. 

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Addenbrooke last traded at its 1988 auction for $5.375 million having been the home of the late Sir Lionel Coppleson, the former hire purchase Custom Credit c0-founding chairman, for close to five decades. He and his surgeon brother, Sir Victor, who was an author of a 1933 book on Australian shark attacks, had grown up in Wee Waa on the Namoi River in northern NSW. Sir Lionel was knighted in 1969.

An earlier auction was in 1930 when it was noted Addenbrooke adjoined the homes of Sir William Vicars and surgeon Sir Charles Clubbe.

The 850-square-metre Cranbrook Road lot that adjoins the property is a level block with a northerly aspect and harbour views. It was purchased in 1994 for $1.25 million from the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea. On its May listing it was noted the land had been valued at $5.75 million.

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Elsewhere on Cranbrook Road, there is a two level residence designed by renowned 1960s architect Henry Pollack listed through Ray White.

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Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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