Ex-Australia Post and NAB boss sells his luxury mansion for more than $40million
- Ahmed Fahour has sold his Melbourne mansion after listing it three years ago
- Main house has five bedrooms while property also has guest home and cottage
- The property also has a pool, tennis court, spa for 30 people and six-car garage
- Hawthorn mansion was bought by Angela Tomisich, co-founder of Trajan Group
The former CEO of Australia Post and boss of NAB has sold his luxury mansion for more than $40million, three years after first putting it on the market.
Ahmed Fahour’s sprawling property in Hawthorn, in Melbourne‘s inner city, features four buildings including a five-bedroom main house, a separate guest house that sleeps three, a two-bedroom cottage and a six-car garage.
The 1.023 hectare property also boasts a gym, pool, a spa that can fit up to 30 people and a tennis court.
Ahmed Fahour’s sprawling property in Hawthorn, in Melbourne’s inner city has been sold for more than $40million
Mr Fahour, who is now the managing director of Latitude Financial Services, bought the home named Invergowrie for $22million in 2013
Mr Fahour, who is now the managing director of Latitude Financial Services, bought the home named Invergowrie for $22million in 2013.
He’s since pumped millions of dollars into the home which has been snapped up by Angela Tomisich, the co-founder of scientific and medical company Trajan Group.
Mr Fahour had listed the home back in 2018 for a few months before taking it off the market.
The main house has six living rooms including a former chapel which has been transformed into a billiards room.
The property features four buildings including the main house, a seperate guest house, a cottage and six-car garage, along with a tennis court
The purchase of the Hawthorn home is the second-highest sale for a residential property sold in Melbourne
The sale is believed to have been off market with reports the property sold for $40.5million.
The eye-watering price marks it as the second highest sail for a residential property in Melbourne.
The Stonington mansion in nearby Malvern was earlier sold in 2018 for a whopping $52.5million.
The main house has six living rooms including a former chapel which has been transformed into a billiards room
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