Mosman home sells for $14.5 million to Chinese buyer

Mosman home sells for $14.5 million to Chinese buyer
Mosman home sells for $14.5 million to Chinese buyer

The former Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch head of fixed income Neale Muston has sold his Mosman home.

Set overlooking Chowder Bay home on Sydney's lower north shore it was bought for $14.5 million by a Chinese-origin buyer with residency. 

It was sold on its second time marketing campaign this year. And in 2015 it was listed with $17 million hopes.

The architecturally designed Morella Road four-bedroom home features minimalistic styling. The sale affirms that the Chinese buyers are attracted to the “prestige” of Clifton Gardens.

It was sold by McGrath agents Michael Coombs and John Melville with a price guide of $14.5 million to $15.5 million. The property last traded for $6.15 million in 2008 when bought by Muston who is now a director of Excalibur Trading, a private capital fund specialising in the global futures markets.

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Waterfront Sale Chowder Bay

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