Moorish Alcooringa, Bellevue Hill for sale

Moorish Alcooringa, Bellevue Hill for sale
Moorish Alcooringa, Bellevue Hill for sale

The 1930s Moorish style Alcooringa has been listed for sale.

Complete with ballroom, the Bellevue Hill trophy home overlooks a large terrace with views of the harbour.

It is a F. Glen Gilling-designed house on Victoria Road, built for the grazier Taylor family. Alcooringa is an Aboriginal word which means dreamtime.

More than $25 million is tipped for the house that also comes with a private chapel with vaulted ceiling, installed by a devout former owner.

For a long time it was Maurice Moubarak until he sold in 1994 for $2.9 million to medico Louis Klein and wife, Claire.

The property co-listed with Brad Pillinger of Pillinger and Ken Jacobs of Ken Jacobs Christies International Real Estate. 

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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