Andrew Liveris relists Whale Beach weekender

Andrew Liveris relists Whale Beach weekender
Andrew Liveris relists Whale Beach weekender

One of the world's leading businessman, the Dow Chemicals chief, Andrew Liveris has changed his mind up on keeping his beach house at Whale Beach.

The soon to retire Darwin-born businessman listed the 1970s beach house in February, before a change of heart.

But now its back up again with Belle Property Avalon agent Greg Griffin, who has it for November 25 auction with $3 million hopes given its down at heal presentation.

The Whale Beach Road clifftop property cost $3,675,000 in 2006 when bought Liveris who has been the chief executive of Dow since 2004.

It was expected the Michigan US-based executive might have gone on to rebuild before their imminent return to Sydney.

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

Griffin is marketing it as a "premier site for a new home."

Liveris and wife Paula already have a Point Piper triplex apartment as part of their retirement plans. They bought it 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 was on President Trump's manufacturing council but the board was abandoned in the wake of controversy following the US President's heavily criticised response to deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia in August.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.


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