Restaurateur John Mousaferiadis selling Newport mansion with marble-floored garage for $16m – realestate.com.au

Restaurateur John Mousaferiadis selling Newport mansion with marble-floored garage for $16m - realestate.com.au

Businessman and restaurateur John Mousaferiadis is promoting 78 The Strand, Newport.


A showstopping “bloke’s dream” Newport mansion boasting a marble-floored five-car storage is on the market with a $16m asking worth, which might double the suburb’s report.

The five-bedroom home at 78 The Strand additionally incorporates a pool close to an alfresco kitchen with a built-in barbecue, an outside heated cigar space, a billiard and trophy room, a marble staircase and chandelier, six bogs and full-height home windows providing Melbourne metropolis views within the dwelling, eating and kitchen room.

If the property achieves a $16m sale, it’s going to set a jaw-dropping new report for Newport the place the prevailing $7.405m benchmark was set by 62 The Strand in 2009.

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JP Dixon Actual Property managing director Jonathan Dixon has the itemizing along with Gunn & Co Property Brokers managing director Anthony Gunn.

Mr Dixon described the mansion as “a bloke’s dream, which was what the proprietor wished when he constructed” circa-1995.

The house’s proprietor is John Mousaferiadis, managing director of Crimson Engine Group which owns about 50 Victorian eateries together with Williamstown’s Pelican’s Touchdown restaurant, public data present.

78 The Strand, Newport - for herald sun real estate

An indoor pond and sculpture stand close to the five-car storage which offers direct entry to the home.


78 The Strand, Newport - for herald sun real estate

78 The Strand, Newport - for herald sun real estate

The kitchen options granite benches, high-end Miele home equipment, a bench and a butler’s pantry.


Mr Dixon declined to touch upon the proprietor however stated he was eager to promote as a result of the home was merely “too large” for a sole occupant.

Mr Dixon described the storage, which has Carrera marble flooring, excessive ceilings and direct entry to the house, as “an artwork gallery in the event you like vehicles”.

The house’s higher degree features a hotel-style fundamental bed room overlooking the water, with a marble ensuite and walk-in wardrobes.

78 The Strand, Newport - for herald sun real estate

78 The Strand, Newport - for herald sun real estate

78 The Strand, Newport - for herald sun real estate

Bonus choices embrace a Bang and Olufsen sound system, “extravagant” ponds within the backyard, a glassed-in indoor pond and sculpture, hydronic slab heating downstairs and powder rooms.

Mr Dixon stated overseas-based Australian patrons, who’ve companies in Melbourne’s west, have been displaying curiosity within the residence.

78 The Strand, Newport - for herald sun real estate

Watch the town lights at evening.


78 The Strand, Newport - for herald sun real estate

78 The Strand, Newport - for herald sun real estate

The billiard and trophy room.


He stated Newport was “part of Melbourne that’s undervalued when it comes to being on the water”, usually ignored for close by Williamstown and Altona.

“The Strand is The Strand, Williamstown is just a few doorways away,” Mr Dixon added.

The mansion is a two-minute stroll to the Williamstown Yacht Membership.

78 The Strand, Newport - for herald sun real estate
78 The Strand, Newport - for herald sun real estate

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