Trump's manufacturing head Andrew Liveris keeps Whale Beach trophy

Trump's manufacturing head Andrew Liveris keeps Whale Beach trophy
Trump's manufacturing head Andrew Liveris keeps Whale Beach trophy

Donald Trump's newly appointed manufacturing council head Andrew Liveris has decided to keep his beach house at Whale Beach.

The Michigan US-based Dow Chemical chief and wife Paula might now get to build on the 1970s home that they bought for $3,675,000 for in 2006.

The home sits on a 1,100 sqm parcel sloping down to the ocean.

Belle Property Avalon selling agent Greg Griffin, who had marketed it as a 'premier site for a new home,' has pulled the property from this weekend's auction.

Upon Andrew's retirement, the pair are expected to head to their triplex apartment in Point Piper that they bought for $8.15 million in 2013.

Liveris, who previously worked on an advisory panel for Barack Obama, was branded by President Donald Trump as "one of the foremost leaders in manufacturing, one of the foremost leaders in the world of business".

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.

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