Kevin Seymour's grandson bought $7.75 million New Farm mansion

Kevin Seymour's grandson bought $7.75 million New Farm mansion
Kevin Seymour's grandson bought $7.75 million New Farm mansion

It was the grandson of Kevin Seymour, one of Brisbane’s best-known developers, who was behind the purchase last weekend of a 1980s riverfront New Farm mansion for $7.75 million.

Ben Seymour envisages a six-storey, six apartment complex for the 875 sqm Griffith Street site which sold through Ray White.

It was bought from Glenice and Allan Mein who had paid $1.2 million in 1999.

Kevin Seymour's grandson bought .75 million New Farm mansion

Kevin Seymour, now approaching 80 now and trying to take it a bit easier, enjoys getting the younger family member ones involved.

Ben Seymour will soon launch The Oxlade, a high-end New Farm apartment development done with his siblings Trent and Kate.

Kevin Seymour's projects include Macquarie One at Teneriffe 11 years ago. 

Kevin Seymour's grandson bought .75 million New Farm mansion

This article was first published in The Weekend Australian. 

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