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GREG MOORE ON HIS RETURN TO AUSTRALIA, INVESTS IN PROPERTY


A palatial country estate, Brindley Park, at Merriwa in NSW, bought by Greg and Libby Moore in 1998


BRINDLEY PARK February 16th 2015
Brindley Park in Merriwa, Australia has just come on the market for a cool $15 million. And whoever buys it will have not only a helipad, and 598 acres of land, but a rich history as well. The historic estate is made up of extensive landscaped grounds with beautiful gardens, water features, an orchard and extensive herb & vegetable gardens, as well as a summer house, heritage guest lodge, swimming pool, and tennis court. The entire property boasts eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, along with a “charming” heritage six-bedroom guest lodge.

And if 598-acres just isn’t going to cut it for you, an additional 4,560-acres is also available for purchase!
This historic premier river front landholding was originally granted to William Wentworth and John Blaxland in the early 1800s and is one of Australia’s oldest farming properties. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of Australia’s finest country manor estates


Media Reports

27th April 2015
The Property Observer

According to CoreLogic RP Data, Brindley Park last transacted in 1998 for $510,000. It has been listed by Greg Moore who set up Pont Securities.

27th April 2015
The Land

The Merriwa property, Brindley Park was up for sale for $20 million plus in 2010, then $15 million plus two years ago, and now has returned to the market with even pricier expectation of $30 million

Colliers International's Richard Royle has been appointed to sell the property which has $30 million hopes. The neo-Palladian manor house built of Indian sandstone on the fertile plains of the Merriwa River has been relisted by pioneer discount share broker Greg Moore and his wife Libby.

Oct 17th 2016
Financial Review
The property eventually realised a price of $20 million.
Australia Aulong Auniu, a subsidiary of China's Dashang Group, has spent close to $90 million buying rural real estate in NSW with the latest purchase a $20 million station called Brindley Park.

Published 06/06/2018