Carinya, the rural Bowral estate sells at $4.8 million

Carinya, the rural Bowral estate sells at $4.8 million
Carinya, the rural Bowral estate sells at $4.8 million

The 40 hectare Bowral estate, Carinya, home to horse breeders Luke and Sally Kean, who was a former dressage champion, has been sold to the Chiba family for $4.8 million.

The stables have since been expended significantly to create a base for their European Dressage Horses business, including a stable complex designed by architect Ken Latona.

An Olympic-size covered dressage arena, fencing, vet and quarantine facilities and separate accommodation have also been added.

The main residence has also been extended and now comes with a heated swimming pool and tennis court.

The couple have five children decided to scale down locally to something more manageable.

The listing came on at $5.5 million.

Luke Kean, general manager at YourShare Financial Services, and Sally Latona, a former state dressage champion, bought Carinya, in 2008 for $4.4 million from liquor store owners John and Penny Lawless.

The Keans were the buyers of Ripley, the six-bedroom French farmhouse at Burradoo.

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.

Bowral Rural Sale

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