Texas pawnbroker Stuart Grimshaw sells in Mosman

Texas pawnbroker Stuart Grimshaw sells in Mosman
Texas pawnbroker Stuart Grimshaw sells in Mosman

Former bank chief Stuart Grimshaw and his wife Anneliese have sold their Mosman home following their move to Texas. 

Grimshaw quit Australia to take up a job as executive chairman at a pawnbroking company. 

Grimshaw was the Bank of Queensland chief executive until 2014.

The 1920s-era home, with views from Clontarf to North Head, came with $7 million plus hopes through Dino Gatti of the Province agency.

Texas pawnbroker Stuart Grimshaw sells in Mosman

The home was redesigned by French architect Guy de Compiegne when owned by San Francisco-based technology network boss Pascal Brochier and his interior architect wife Sue-Anne, who sold to the Grimshaws in 2011 for $4.85 million.

The article first appeared in the Saturday Telegraph

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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