Donald Trump's manufacturing fixer Andrew Liveris lists at Whale Beach

Donald Trump's manufacturing fixer Andrew Liveris lists at Whale Beach
Donald Trump's manufacturing fixer Andrew Liveris lists at Whale Beach

The US-based Dow Chemical chief - Andrew Liveris - who is Donald Trump's newly appointed manufacturing council head - has listed his redundant beach house at Whale Beach.

It has been marketed as a "premier site for a new home" by Belle Property Avalon agents Greg Griffin and Laura Mears, who have a March 18 auction date.

With plans to rebuild, they paid $3,675,000 in 2006 for the split level 1970's built home that sits on a 1,100 sqm block sloping down to the ocean. 

Andrew and Paula have pinpointed their Point Piper triplex apartment as their intended home on returning to Australia when Andrew retires.

It was reported last year that Andrew was set to hang up his boots in 2017, however his new role in the Trump regime may delay it.

Trump branded Liveris as "one of the foremost leaders in manufacturing, one of the foremost leaders in the world of business", during a rally in Michigan in December, when he announced his role.

Liveris had previously worked on an advisory panel for Barack Obama.

The Darwin born businessmen has been the chief executive of Dow since 2004 and is considered as one of the world's best known CEO's.

Andrew and Paula are based near the Dow chemical HQ in Michigan. They spent US$250,000 on a 6000 sqm property opposite the Midland Country Club in 2004 and rebuilt two years later.

The $8.5 million Point Piper apartment, offering direct access to Lady Martins Beach, was completed by architect Nevio Casali.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.  

 

 

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