Sigma director David Bayes sells Trentham East weekender

Sigma director David Bayes sells Trentham East weekender
Sigma director David Bayes sells Trentham East weekender

David Bayes, the non-executive director at Sigma healthcare, and wife Susan, have sold their Trentham weekender Mulcahy for $1,717,000.

The Hepburn Shire getaway north of Melbourne was expected to see offers in excess of $1.4 million through Pat Rice & Hawkins agents Matt Childs and Peter Balharrie.

The now restored four bedroom home on 1.4 hectares was once a regional depot of a State Government Conservation Department. It cost the couple $600,000 in 2007.

Three buildings were retained from the original departmental use days.

Pat Rice & Hawkins agents Matt Childs and Peter Balharrie are expecting offers in excess of $1.4 million.

The area's latest pricey listing is the newly built St Claire at Trentham East, which is for sale at $3,295,000 through Keatings Woodend agents John Keating and Sandi Barry-Mueller.

The French Colonial-style country house was designed by architect Ian Murray.

It is surrounded by sprawling gardens created by the owner Anne-Marie Pedeau.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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