Balwyn-bound Macquarie banker Mal Cameron sells Kew trophy mansion

Balwyn-bound Macquarie banker Mal Cameron sells Kew trophy mansion
Balwyn-bound Macquarie banker Mal Cameron sells Kew trophy mansion

Macquarie banker Mal Cameron has sold his 1920s Kew home, though falling slightly short of its $6 million-plus expectations.

Cameron, executive director at the Macquarie Group, and his wife Carolynn recently accepted $5.98 million from buyers Guozhen Xiong and Ning Zhu.

The couple had extensively renovated the 10 Marshall Avenue property since buying it for $2.88 million in 2006.

It sits on an impressive 1865 square metres, although the court was right up against the six-bedroom home that comes with an indoor swimming pool and spa. 

Scott Patterson and Ross Savas at Kay & Burton were the listing agents.

The Cameron's have downsized to newly built $3.6 million Balwyn home on 594 square metres. The 70 square new home had come onto the market earlier this year with $4.2 million hopes.

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