Aussie John Symond's former Pymble trophy home Barkstone relisted

Aussie John Symond's former Pymble trophy home Barkstone relisted
Aussie John Symond's former Pymble trophy home Barkstone relisted

Aussie John Symond's former Pymble trophy home Barkstone has been relisted for sale.

The luxury Telegraph Road home was owned by Symond in the late 1980s. He renovated the 1900s Federation and sold it for $3.25 million in 1992.

It last traded for $5.36 million when bought by the Wu family.

The six bedroom home features high patterned ceilings, stained glass windows, fireplaces and return verandas.

There's a grand entry foyer, sitting room, separate banquet dining room, library and a billiards room.

It's set on 4,000 sqm that includes a tennis court, swimming pool and self-contained house-keepers accomodation, separate from the house.

Chana Scotcher and Christine Tedja have the listing.

Telegraph Road was originally called Military Road, but was renamed in 1883 after a telegraph line was erected.

Aussie John is based in Point Piper at his opulent Windagal Place home, once dubbed Aussie Stadium.

Earlier this year it was marketed in China with price hopes of over $100 million.

Earlier this year he sold his Point Piper penthouse to Angela Teplisky, estranged wife of property developer Michael Teplisky, for around $13 million.

The sale has stalled however after a caveat was lodged six months ago.

The two-storey penthouse cost Symond $8.16 million when he bought from jailed fraudster Nati Stoliar in 2010.

This article first appeared in the Sunday Telegraph.

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