High profile trophy home used by Justin Bieber sells for $21.5m-plus

No. 6 Coronation Ave, Mosman has sold.

An ultra-contemporary trophy home in Mosman, made famous when pop megastar Justin Bieber stayed there in 2017 during his Australian tour, has sold for more than $21.5 million.

The five-bedroom mansion at 6 Coronation Ave, complete with eight-car garage, is set high above Balmoral Beach and came to market in February, 2017.

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Brendan Warner, director of Raine & Horne Mosman, confirmed the property had sold, but would not disclose the price.

However industry sources have revealed it was more than $21.5 million. The guide on the luxury home was $20 million to $22 million.

Mr Warner, who shared the listing with Nic Krasnostein, of Ray White Double Bay, said there had been interest in the property from all over the world – including high-profile celebrities he could not name.

“We’ve had several offers on the property over the last couple of years,” he said.

“We had two people on it in the end and the buyer ended up being a local.”

Justin Bieber

Fans outside the home in 2017 hoping for a glimpse of Justin Bieber, who was staying there during his Australian tour.

He said there were definitely more buyers looking around at trophy homes.

The property, which has also been used as a base for singer Adele, was sold by former model and property investor Cameron MacDonald.

It features three levels of stunningly minimalist luxury, complete with marble and timber kitchen, open plan dining and formal lounge and a north-facing terrace and pool surrounded by private gardens and water features.

The property hit the headlines when Bieber and his entourage came to stay. Fans were quick to line the streets hoping for a glimpse of their idol, while there was another stampede when he ventured out for a meal at Chargrill Charlie’s in Mosman.

Mr Warner said the property was one of a kind and rarely seen in Mosman.

“It is exceptional,” he said.


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