Billionaire founder of software firm Atlassian, Mike Cannon-Brookes, has listed his Paddington mansion for $9 million.
Cannon-Brookes, 35, who topped BRW’s under-40 self-made rich list in 2014, bought the four-storey home in 2010 for $7.3 million but is putting it up on the market after moving to a $12 million 1918-era mansion in Centennial Park earlier this year.
Built in 1907, the warehouse-like home features glass plunge pool, atriums, rooftop gardens after being transformed from an antique emporium into a luxurious family home for Cannon-Brookes who lives with his wife and two young children.
It is expected to topple the suburb high of $7.75 million for a double terrace on Union Street that was purchased in 2006, according to Domain.
Here are photos of his incredible home below:
Billionaire Cannon-Brookes has lived in this warehouse mansion for five years, just a few kilometres away from co-founder Scott Farquhar who lives with his family in Pyrmont.
Not only does the mansion come with panoramic views, but it even has a glass plunge pool in the loggia not to mention a retractable glass ceiling.
It was previously owned by Sydney and Melbourne prestigious car dealer Ian Pagent and will most likely launch next week with an asking price of $9 million.
It is expected to set a new home record in Paddington with the suburb high currently sitting at $7.75 million for a double terrace purchased in 2006.
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