Max Brenner chocolate boss sells to Chinese buyers in Bellevue Hill

Max Brenner chocolate boss sells to Chinese buyers in Bellevue Hill
Max Brenner chocolate boss sells to Chinese buyers in Bellevue Hill

The whisper quiet sale of the Bellevue Hill trophy home of Tom Haikin and his wife, Lilly whose Max Brenner’s Australian franchisee recently went into voluntary liquidation, has been officially registered.

It was bought for $30.5 million by Mu Li without any registered finance. The Li family have a luxury car Hong Kong dealership.

They recently sold for $7.5 million at Maroubra, which is where Haikin moved from in 2010 when paying $23 million for the 3000 sqm Victoria Road battle-axe home.

The property comes with its own tennis court.

Max Brenner chocolate boss sells to Chinese buyers in Bellevue Hill

The transfers saw the discharge of the four formal mortgages, and six caveats, including one from Prospa Advance.

The property was being offered to buyers for $33 million earlier this year by the owners of the café and chocolate chain, whose business has been bought by Roy Mustaca, the chairman of the independent cinema chain United Cinemas.

This article first appeared in the Sunday Telegraph.

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