Former Macquarie banker Kieran Moffat selling Mosman home


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The Balmoral Ave, in Mosman has a $10.5 million guide.

Mosman’s prestige is finally starting to see a flurry of listings with former Macquarie banker Kieran Moffat selling his Balmoral home.

It has been put on the market via an expressions of interest campaign with a $10.5 million guide.

The four-bedroom home is designed by Phil Corben with views of Balmoral Beach and Manly.

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The Agency — North’s Nic Yates who is selling the home with his colleague Kingsley Yates, said it was the only home of its kind currently sale on the Balmoral slopes.

Imagine waking up to this view every morning.

The first inspection saw a large group of Chinese, upper north shore and local Mosman buyers.

“Most are either families upsizing or downsizers looking for something with a bit of space,” he said.

Mr Moffat purchased the home in 2016 for $8.9 million from racehorse owner Carl Holt, who bought it from former Qantas boss Geoff Dixon in 2010 for $8 million, according to CoreLogic data.

The $10.5 million listing follows the lower north shore securing its first $10 million plus sale for 2019, after Metcash boss Ian Morrice and interior designer wife Linda, sold their Lavender Bay home with harbour views at auction last week.

The Balmoral home was built in 2003.

The looks over Balmoral and out to Manly.

Situated on the slopes of Balmoral, the home features Cbus system, ducted airconditioning and security systems.

There is also a sauna and 10m pool are tucked privately into the rear garden.

The main bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in robe worthy of any top New York apartment, while most of the other bedrooms have sliding doors to terraces.

The million dollar views are visible from many of the rooms in the house, including the large terrace, living and dining areas.


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