Andrew Cox, the former owner of rugby union team, Melbourne Rebels, is selling Brighton’s landmark Narellan.
The 132 year old Italianate mansion at 3 Moule Avenue – in the suburb’s “Golden Mile” – is being quoted at $18-$19.2 million.
With seven bedrooms and a tower capturing water views, it occupies a 1345 square metre plot with a pool.
Narellan previously traded for $5.71m in 2006 – a discount on the $6.7m paid a year earlier (story continues below).
Former owners include the late TEAC founder, Gavin Muir, and Seek co-creator, Andrew Bassat (the latter who held it just a few months before buying a waterfront home at St Ninians Road, in the suburb).
Abercromby’s Jock Langley and Bill Xian are representing the New Zealand born Mr Cox, who between 2015-2017 owned the Melbourne Rebels franchise – the first time an Australian rugby union team was owned privately.
The listing comes two months after another Brighton mansion, 16 Park Street, traded for an eight figure sum.