One of Mosman's priciest non-waterfront homes sells

One of Mosman's priciest non-waterfront homes sells
One of Mosman's priciest non-waterfront homes sells

Glassyn, a Cross Street, Mosman trophy home has fetched possibly close to a $16 million sale.

Settlement figures will show the Federation residence sold for one of the suburb's priciest homes off the harbour.

The non-waterfront record has stood since 2012 when BridgeLane Group's Markus Kahlbetzer paid $18 million for his Mandolong Road home.

Brendan McAssey, the childcare entrepreneur, bought the Alex Popov-designed house next door last year for $17.3 million.

McGrath Mosman agents Michael Coombs and John Melville sold the Glassyn which last traded for $11 million in 2006.

One of Mosman's priciest non-waterfront homes sells

It has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and sits on a 2040 sqm parcel amid park-like gardens which feature level lawns and a swimming pool.

A wrap around verandah and alfresco spaces offer views out to the water.

The living areas feature two studies, a library and a billiard room. There's also a large wine cellar.

Glasslyn was the non-waterfront home of Nanuk Asset Management director Paul Chadwick and his wife Giselle who had tried to sell this time last year, initially with hopes of between $16 million to $17.5 million.

Meanwhile there are $6 million to $6.5 million hopes held by blogger Angela Galloway for her 1899 Federation home.

Richard Simeon of Simeon Manners will take the property to auction on December 2.





Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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