Melbourne businessman Steve Vizard sticks with $8 million-plus hopes for St Kilda mansion Clendore
Melbourne businessman Steve Vizard and wife Sarah are having another go at selling their St Kilda mansion, Clendore, sticking with their $8 million-plus hopes.
The three-storey Italianate Victorian terrace, with an infinity pool on the roof, was bought for $3.96 million in 2004 by Vizard's company, Fitzroy Holdings. There is a rooftop Paul Bangay-designed garden above the grand colonnaded building, which sits on a 782-square-metre Fitzroy Street block.
The seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom property with a 15-person Schindler commercial double-door lift that connects all four floors was initially listed last November. It comes with a 12-seat home cinema.
One of the original three adjoining terraces was the home of Sir Graham Berry, the distinguished radical politician, for several years.
The Vizard family sold their Orrong Road, Toorak, mansion for about $17.75 million in 2007 to The Good Guys boss Andrew Muir.
It's been listed through Gross Waddell Melbourne commercial agents Andrew Waddell and Jonathan McCormack, given its potential as offices, hotel/leisure or medical consulting rooms. Jock Langley and Tim Derham of Abercromby’s are the conjunctional agents.
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Meanwhile, Mike Quigley, boss of the federal government's National Broadband Network, has also sold his Mosman mansion recently at $3,555,000. It represented a loss on the $3.6 million paid in 2007.
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