Sir Owen Glenn lists in Double Bay with $13 million hopes

Sir Owen Glenn lists in Double Bay with $13 million hopes
Sir Owen Glenn lists in Double Bay with $13 million hopes

The philanthropic Kiwi businessman Sir Owen Glenn is seeking $13 million for his Double Bay apartment.

He's the former part owner of the New Zealand Warriors NRL side, owning a stake in the side from 2000 until 2015 when he sold his 50% stake to Eric Watson.

The Gladswood Gardens apartment, more house-size according to Laing + Simmons listing agents Bart Doff and Sally Hampshire, sits in a triplex harbour front block.

Glenn's $9 million purchase back in 2010 was the last sale in the complex that has its own swimming pool and spa.

Stockbroker John Bowie Wilson and wife Sally bought just a few months earlier, paying $5.8 million for their slice of the ultra-tightly held building.

The other apartment in the block has been owned by AdNews founder David Yaffa since 2001. He paid $3.63 million.

Glenn's two level waterfront apartment comprises 520 square metres of indoor and outdoor living.

It has three bedrooms, four bathrooms and a separate study and comes complete with bespoke interiors by architect Nick Tobias and designer Alexandra Kidd.

The living and dining area opens to a waterfront terrace and lawn which look out over Double Bay Beach and the Double Bay marina.

Doff and Hampshire have set a May 8 auction. 

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph. 

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