Scott Sutton lists luxury Bellevue Hill home

Scott Sutton lists luxury Bellevue Hill home
Scott Sutton lists luxury Bellevue Hill home

Sutton car dealership executive Scott Sutton has listed his luxury Bellevue Hill home.

Sutton, an heir to the Suttons Holden fortune, paid $5.3 million for the home in 2015.

The home which began as a 1960s Harry Seidler designed abode has hit the market through Raine & Horne Double Bay daughter-mother sales team, Denise and Gillian Cameron.

No word on his plans after the September 7 auction.

The Bennelong Crescent home comes with a modernist refurbishment enhancing the harbour views across to Manly from its three levels.

Seidler started the design, but the client could never agree, so it did not proceed as intended. 

The home with double-brick and concrete slab construction has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a self-contained apartment.

Wide alfresco terraces flow to the landscaped gardens and heated pool.

Sutton recently sold a nearby Cranbrook Road building block parcel for $6 million to hedge fund boss Russell Aboud and his wife Lucinda.

He had approved plans for an Xpace Design home with pool on the 845 sqm parcel that cost him $4.2 million in 2014.

Sutton has quietly got on with family business in recent times, a far cry from 2005 when he was splashed across the front and social pages when he was dating his former girlfriend, model Michelle Leslie.

Bellevue Hill is a hive of sales activity. 

Finance entrepreneur Clive Isenberg, the managing director of Octet Group, and wife Jennifer have just settled on a $6,025,000 Victoria Road home.

The 1920's home is set to be demolished and rebuilt.

Developer Peter Zhu is the rumoured buyer of a recent $5.5 million off market through Raine & Horne agent Patrick Cosgrove.

It was the offering of former lawyer and Minerva Capital Partners founder Andrew Stals and wife Gillian who paid $3.6 million in 2011.

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