Rothesay thriller deepens
Bellevue Hill native Andrew Grey, who runs non-public fairness outfit Potentia Capital with former MYOB boss Tim Reed, and his spouse Emma have purchased the Mosman residence of former Perpetual boss Geoff Lloyd for $17 million.
It’s an intriguing buy not solely as a result of jap suburbs locals had been as soon as unheard-of consumers over the Harbour Bridge, however as a result of it has once more sparked discuss the Grays have quietly offered their Victorian Italianate mansion, Rothesay.
When rumours sprung final 12 months that the grand 2000 sq. metre property in Bellevue Hill had offered for $25 million, Title Deeds ignored it as a result of it was resolutely dominated out by Grey, and sources have since instructed you’d need to fork out greater than $35 million for it in any case.
Grey has once more denied he has offered Highland Double Bay’s Invoice Malouf (who was exhibiting it final 12 months) stated he had “completely no remark to make” and different brokers have been advised it’s not on the market.
In the meantime, Lloyd is staying in Mosman. He and his spouse Carly have purchased up to date digs overlooking Mosman Bay for $14.25 million by way of Atlas’s Michael Coombs.
Lloyd’s new residence, offered by Coombs on behalf of little-known Shao Ying Zhang from China, scored a formidable soar in worth within the post-pandemic increase. It final traded two years in the past for $11.75 million.
And former Olympic sprinter Matt Shirvington and his creator spouse Jessica slipped their Federation residence in Mosman onto the market this week with Coombs advising consumers of $14 million expectations.
The six-bedroom home with tennis court docket and swimming pool up the street from Sirius Cove Seashore final traded in 2017 for $7 million.
Set on 1300 sq. metres, it was beforehand owned by retired petroleum advisor and WorleyParsons govt Emil Finn and his spouse Genevieve, who purchased it 1980 for $322,000.