Mark Healey revealed as buyer of $16 million Mornington Peninsula weekender

Mark Healey revealed as buyer of $16 million Mornington Peninsula weekender
Mark Healey revealed as buyer of $16 million Mornington Peninsula weekender

Mark Healey has emerged as the buyer of the big $16 million record sale at Red Hill South late last year.

The British-born Healey, who also owns a $20 million Toorak mansion with wife Kelly, snapped up the Mornington Peninsula weekender in just 15 days.

Mark Healey revealed as buyer of  million Mornington Peninsula weekender

The 6.5 hectare estate includes a five bedroom, six bathroom homestead, which has water and rural views over Point Leo across Western Port to Phillip Island.

It sits in established gardens featuring a self-cleaning horizon pool and spa.

The property lends itself to equine interests, with post and rail horse paddocks, a full sized arena with geotextile surface, three custom stables, heated wash bay and tack room.

Rob Curtain and Danielle Vains at Peninsula Sothebys International secured the quick sale.

Mark Healey revealed as buyer of  million Mornington Peninsula weekender

Healey is the son of billionaire Eddie Healey, who made his money building Meadowhall, a shopping centre in Sheffield, which he sold for £1.17 billion ($2.13 billion).

His Blue Energy is a leading UK developer of renewable energy infrastructure.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian. 

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