Former Commonwealth Bank executive Doug Dobby and his wife Debra settled in the Mosman Trophy house, which was made famous by singer Justin Bieber during his 2017 visit to Sydney.
Updated property records reveal that the couple settled in a five-bedroom ultra-modern home with eight-car garage and Balmoral views a few weeks ago.
CoreLogic has confirmed that it paid $ 21.55 million for the property on the market for 1499 days from February 2017 to March this year.
Pricing is fixed at a cap of $ 20 to $ 22 million, the latest pricing guide set by Raine & Horne Mosman’s Brendan Warner and Ray White Double Bay’s Nic Krasnostein.
It was also the second highest settled selling price recorded in Mosman this year — just behind the $ 21.75 million paid to the Golden Mile Balun Avenue home.
The mansion, which is also used as the base for singer Adele, was sold by former model and real estate investor Cameron McDonald.
Properties became a hot topic when Beaver and his aides came to stay in 2017. Fans lined up quickly on the street hoping to catch a glimpse of their idol, but there was another stampede when he ventured to dine at Mosman’s Chargrill Charlies.
It features three levels of stunning minimal luxury, with a marble and wood kitchen, an open-plan dining and formal lounge, a private garden and a north-facing terrace and pool surrounded by water features.
Realestate.com.au reports that Mosman has increased its median selling price by 18% to $ 4.4 million in the last 12 months due to a severe inventory shortage currently affecting the lower part of the North Shore. became.
Currently, only 31 free-standing homes are sold in the prestigious suburbs, well below the average volume seen during this period, agents report.