AirTrunk’s Robin Khuda buys the Mosman home next door to create a $30 million compound

Caroline Fagerlund of CBRE says no one lives in the flat since it was bought for the buyer’s mother, who no longer wants to leave the family home – presumably the Nahas family Merrylands estate.

Buyers are given a $6.5 million guide.

Meanwhile, records show that the buyer of their Bellevue Hill home is Canberra developer Zhenglian Wang, director and majority owner of Coda Property Group and TF Taofei Investment group.

The three-story residence comes with development application approval to be demolished and rebuilt into a Blainey North-designed mansion.

The Nahas and Sahyoun sale result nearly doubled the $11 million it last sold in 2020 by shipping magnate Arthur Tzaneros. However, it received a development application approval just three months before it was listed for demolition and rebuilding as a Blainey-North-designed mansion at a cost of $6.3 million.

Last buyer of Point Piper

Investment banker Phil Schofield and his wife Nikki, from Melbourne’s coffee and olive oil Valmorbida family, bought a Point Piper apartment from billionaire Will Vicars.

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Nikki Schofield bought an apartment in Point Piper’s art deco Buckhurst block for $6.25 million. Goods Fairclough

The couple already lived in the ground-floor apartment in the art deco Buckhurst block, which would no doubt make the $6.25 million sale from landlord to tenant much easier. It last traded for $2.48 million in 2008.

Schofield and Nikki, executive director of investment bank Canaccord Genuity, married in New York in the summer of 2016, before business types like Rob Rankin, Ben Tilley, and developer Robert Whyte.

Record prospects of Trismegistus Farm

North Coast property Trismegistus Farm, self built by spiritual healer Serge Benhayon and his wife Miranda, is selling for $17,995 million at a discount from $24 million a month ago.

Jaye Scanlon, from the Melbourne rich-list family led by Melbourne-based billionaire philanthropist Peter Scanlon, bought the property from Benhayons a year ago and soon combined it with an adjacent property to form a 23-hectare holding.

Trismegistus Farm is built on 23 hectares, thanks to a recent property consolidation.

Amir Mian of his eponymous agency and his assistant Rochelle Lamers say the company was last traded for $17 million. But official title deeds show that Benhayons pocketed $3.8 million, and the adjacent land with a four-bedroom house and cottage added $1.25 million.

Named after the Egyptian god Hermes Trismegistus, the property is billed in marketing as the “Land of the Gods”. It features a six-bedroom main residence, separate guardhouse, Queenslander cottage, two swimming pools, separate recording and photography studio, walnut orchard and stables and arena.

This story was first Sydney Morning Herald and Age.

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