Western Sydney Wanderers co-owner lists gothic Mosman trophy home

Western Sydney Wanderers co-owner lists gothic Mosman trophy home
Western Sydney Wanderers co-owner lists gothic Mosman trophy home

Glenn Duncan, the Western Sydney Wanderers co-owner, and his wife, Lisa Marie, have listed in Mosman.

Their grand five-bedroom Victorian gothic trophy home Allowah was bought for $8.5 million from Citibank’s Tim Robinson and his wife, Kirstine, in 2014.

The 1881 sandstone residence had a makeover by interior stylist Lisa Burdus.

The 1239 square metre holding overlooking Mosman Bay has gardens designed by Paul Bangay from the Robinson’s ownership.

One of the oldest homes on the lower north shore, the auction has been scheduled for February 26 through Belle agent Helen Wilson who has given a $12 million price guidance.

The Duncans moved to Mosman after selling their $1.99 million home in Glenhaven having outlaid $1.65 million in boomtime 2003.

The 2014 buyers are currently seeking $2,799,000 through Louis Carr Real Estate.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph. 

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