Patti Mostyn's Port Douglas home, The Glasshouse, listed for sale

Patti Mostyn's Port Douglas home, The Glasshouse, listed for sale
Patti Mostyn's Port Douglas home, The Glasshouse, listed for sale

Legendary rock publicist Patti Mostyn has listed her Port Douglas trophy home, The Glasshouse.

The longtime Sydney based publicist, who is famous for working with the likes of Frank Sinatra, George Michael, Sting and Elton John, secured the hilltop location in 2013 with her late husband, Eric Robinson.

Patti Mostyn's Port Douglas home, The Glasshouse, listed for sale

Robinson, the CEO of JPJ Audio and Jands Production Services, was honoured on Australia Day for his service to business in the area of professional audio and lighting equipment.

Their striking three level home, with swathes of glass, offers 200 degree sweeping views to the Coral Sea and beyond over Four Mile Beach and the Port Douglas Marina.

It was designed after the couple suggested a functional brief to the acclaimed architect Charles Wright. 

The master suite and third bedroom have their own private balcony overlooking the tropical landscape.

The second guest bedroom opens onto the extensive swimming pool decking.

Barbara Wolveridge has the listing at $6.75 million in the FNQ town attracting keen buying interest. Callum Jones of Tony McGrath Real Estate Port Douglas shares the listing.

The buyer of The Edge, another Port Douglas trophy home designed by Charles Wright, has emerged as Vaucluse professor Charles Mackay.

The chief scientific officer at Pfizer paid $4.85 million.

Floating off the side of Flagstaff Hill, the 555 square metre home designed like an outdoor shell, was built for the late Sydney industrialist Peter Graham and wife Claire.

Mostyn and Robinson sold their striking Graham Jahn-designed Watsons Bay home for $4,025,000 in 2014, with Mostyn looking to buy for a rather large eastern suburbs apartment which will become her Sydney base.

The four level, three bedroom Watsons Bay home was built in 1989 for Charles Lloyd Jones of the David Jones retail family.

This article first appeared in the Daily Telegraph. 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

Tags: 
Port Douglas

Comments

Be the first one to comment on this article
What would you like to say about this project?