Former Mantra CEO lists Gold Coast home after company takeover

Former Mantra CEO lists Gold Coast home after company takeover
Former Mantra CEO lists Gold Coast home after company takeover

The Gold Coast home of former Mantra CEO Bob East and wife Susan has been listed for sale.

East left the company he floated just a few days ago after the Accor takeover.

The Sorrento property was bought in Susan's name for $2.77 million in 2014 when they were upgrading from nearby. It was known as Riviera Lodge.

The 2370 square metre double waterfront block holds a 10 metre swimming pool, spa, adjacent cabana with outdoor kitchen and a tennis court.

The home has a 710 square metre floorplan and comprises five bedrooms, five bathrooms and a media room.

There's 23 metres of water frontage and nine metre pontoon facilities.

Michael Kollosche at Kollosche Prestige Agents has a $3,995,000 asking price.

East joined the Mantra Group in 2006 and was made CEO a year later.

Late last year he was named the Chair of Tourism Australia.

The property was owned by the former Rolls-Royce car dealer David Baird and wife, Marion in the mid-1990s.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian.

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