Prominent Brighton Mansion, Former Home of Olympian Ron Clarke, Could Set Suburban Record

A prominent Brighton home once owned by Olympian turned Gold Coast Mayor, Ron Clarke has hit the market and may set a new price record for the ritzy bayside suburb.

The spectacular Spanish Mission style mansion at 1 Bay Street is expected to sell for about $15 million – either as a renovation rescue or an apartment development site.

At this kind of money, the six bedroom 1920s home on a 1933 square metre block, could surpass the $15.5 million suburban record set last July when property developer Mario Salvo purchased a modern waterfront home in Glyndon Avenue.

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