Premier Investments chief executive Mark McInnes buys back into Toorak

Premier Investments chief executive Mark McInnes buys back into Toorak
Premier Investments chief executive Mark McInnes buys back into Toorak

Premier Investments chief executive Mark McInnes and wife Lisa Kelly have paid around $12 million to buy back into Toorak.

The former David Jones boss has reputedly bought a Stephen Akehurst designed family home in the Stonnington Place dress circle.

Premier Investments chief executive Mark McInnes buys back into Toorak

The home has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. The palatial master suite has a gas firepalce, dressing room and carrara marble ensuite.

The 1,280 sqm resort-style grounds feature a floodlit mod grass tennis court, swimming pool and pool house.

They are overlooked by terraces that lead from the ground level of the home. They feature a central barbecue kitchen, dining areas and an outdoor fireplace.

Premier Investments chief executive Mark McInnes buys back into Toorak

There's also basement garaging for more than eight cars.

Kay & Burton agents Gowan Stubbings and Nicole Gleeson sold the home.

The couple had been renting in Malvern since selling Sark, their short-lived Hopetoun Avenue trophy that they sold after just nine months of ownership for $10.95 million.

They had paid $9.25 million.

  

 

 

 

 

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