Former Blue Sky boss Rob Shand upgrades outside Brisbane

Former Blue Sky boss Rob Shand upgrades outside Brisbane
Former Blue Sky boss Rob Shand upgrades outside Brisbane

Rob Shand, the former boss at asset management giant Blue Sky, and wife Anna, have moved closer to Brisbane following the sale of their Pullenvale home.

They've been reported to be the buyers of the Pullenvale home of Brisbane wholesaler Doug Rylance and wife Chrysanthe.

They paid $2.4 million for the home back in 2009 shortly after it was remodelled.

The four bedroom, three bathroom home on over 1.1 hectares wasn't publicly marketed (above), but locals believe the price will be around $3 million.

The grounds features a 14 metre swimming pool with separate pavilion, a tennis court with self-contained pavilion and a 60 x 20 metre dressage arena that adjoins fenced paddocks.

There's American barn-style stables and storage and 100 year old Hoop Pines on the property.

It sits just six kilometres away from the Shand's former home which they sold recently.

The five bedroom Woodfield Road home, which also featured a swimming pool and tennis court, has been sold to interests associated with Morgans broking analyst Scott "Scooter" Murdoch

The Australian Financial Review noted a priority notice had now been registered on the title of the Woodfield Road property in the name of Murdoch's partner, Shontelle Thomas. 

Around $1.5 million was expected for the home bought for $993,000 back 2013.

Shand stepped down from the role of chief executive of Blue Sky in April.

 

 

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