ASX chief Dominic Stevens lists in Bellevue Hill with $16 million hopes

ASX chief Dominic Stevens lists in Bellevue Hill with $16 million hopes
ASX chief Dominic Stevens lists in Bellevue Hill with $16 million hopes

Having emerged as the $21,165,000 buyer of Belhaven at Bellevue Hill, ASX boss Dominic Stevens and wife Emma are selling their now redundant $16 million home nearby.

The couple paid $8,715,000 for the Kambala Road property in 2005 when it was bought from David and Linda Penn.

Set on 1,500 sqm, the family home has four bedrooms, a study, state of the art media room and a separate self-contained guest pavilion.

The lounge and dining areas open to wisteria draped pergola, sandstone outdoor entertaining terrace and a full-size tennis court. 

A heated swimming pool is surrounded by manicured gardens.

ASX chief Dominic Stevens lists in Bellevue Hill with  million hopes

Sydney Sotheby's are marketing the property.

Dominic and Emma recently settled on Belhaven, the home of Brambles chief executive Stephen Johns and wife Michele Bender.

They had $27 million hopes for the home that sold through Sydney Sotheby's, hopes which fell well short.

The Victoria Road home, updated by Howard Tanner, costs Johns $4.5 million in 1989. 

It was built for the Sunday Times newspaper owner and showbiz entrepreneur Hugh “Huge Deal” Macintosh. From 1942 to 1948 it was run as the Belhaven Babies Home.

Belhaven has been redundant since Johns paid $16 million for the Darling Point apartment of Silicon Valley software billionaire David Doyle.

The unit in the Burley Katon Halliday designed project was minimalist in design.

 

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