Another $20 million listing hits the Mosman trophy market

Another $20 million listing hits the Mosman trophy market
Another $20 million listing hits the Mosman trophy market

The Mosman prestige market is going from strength to strength, with another $20 million listing in the exclusive lower north shore suburb.

The Carrington Avenue home last traded for $15.6 million when it was bought by Brehn Nominees, a company directed by AGEIS co-founder Stephen Jankelowitz. It was Mosman's biggest sale in the 2013/14 financial year.

Jankelowitz bought it from retired shipping executive Edil Paulson and his art collector wife Lisa, who built the home back in 1996, three years after paying $1.25 million.

The six bedroom deep waterfront estate on nearly 1,800 square metres has gardens running down to the water where there's a fully equipped boathouse, slipway and jetty.

Featuring a grand sandstone driveway and reflection pond upon entry, the home has a formal room with an open fireplace, a custom fitted home office and a harbour view study.

A loggie-style entertainers terrace overlooks the Bisazza mosaic tiled swimming pool.

Simeon Manners agents Mark Manners and Richard Simeon are taking their VIP guestlist through the home.

2018 has seen records tumble in Mosman. First former Foxtel chief Richard Freudenstein sold his mansion for around $23 million, before Sydney Swans chairman, Moelis investment banker Andrew Pridham paid $25 million for the waterfront estate Hopetoun.

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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