Former Swiss consul home seeking $18m

The renovated home carries $16.8-$18 million price hopes.

Toorak mansion Clyne, for years until 2007 owned by the Swiss government for its consul, then Peter Casualta, is for sale again.

Clyne occupies a 1233 square metre site.

The five bedroom plus study Tudor on 1233 square metres at the end of Stonehaven Court carries a $16.8-$18 million guide.

Vendor, Tanya Buckley, who four years ago separated from retired AFL player, Nathan, is the seller.

The pair paid the Swiss government $3.92m following a public marketing campaign.

Also with a library and two kitchens, it later underwent a swank renovation.

Ms Buckley collected it following the divorce.

Proceeds will be tipped into a regional home with a vineyard (story continues below).

Clyne contains a study (pictured), library and five bedrooms.

Kay & Burton’s Ross Savas and Jamie Mi are the agents.

Clyne neighbours another Tudor home owned by business identities Paul Little and wife, Jane Hansen, who also hold the enormous Coonac behind it, with a Clendon Road address.

Nathan and Tanya Buckley paid $3.92 million for Clyne.

It is speculated Coonac will hit the market in coming years – potentially achieving a nine figure sum.

Mr Little and Ms Hansen are expected to downsize to South Yarra’s c1875 Goodrest mansion, presently being rebuilt at a c$6.3m cost.

On Toorak Rd, opposite Fawkner Park, the pair paid Christ Church Grammar $19.2m for that property in 2019.

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Marc Pallisco

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