George Gregan sells his harbourside Mosman mansion for $9million


Wallabies star George Gregan sells his four-bedroom harbourside mansion in Sydney with an infinity pool, gym and home cinema for ‘more than $9million’

Retired rugby union player George Gregan and his wife Erica have sold their house on Sydney‘s north shore for just over $9million.

The four-bedroom, three-bedroom harbourside home, located in the highly sought-after Mosman postcode, first hit the market in May.

The official sale price has not been disclosed but is believed to be just short of the $9.6million the couple wanted, reports The Daily Telegraph.

Retired rugby union player George Gregan and his wife Erica have sold their four-bedroom, three-bedroom house on Sydney's north shore for just over $9million

Retired rugby union player George Gregan and his wife Erica have sold their four-bedroom, three-bedroom house on Sydney’s north shore for just over $9million 

George, 49, bought the home for $1.34million in 1999, a year after marrying Erica.

The couple enlisted famed architect Luigi Rosselli and spent years redesigning and building their dream home before finally completing it in 2007.

‘Rosselli is a family man too, so he understands the functionality of a home and how it blends into the landscape,’ George said.

The harbourside home, located in the highly sought-after Mosman postcode, hit the market in May. (Pictured: George and Erica Gregan in Sydney on March 21, 2017)

The harbourside home, located in the highly sought-after Mosman postcode, hit the market in May. (Pictured: George and Erica Gregan in Sydney on March 21, 2017)

‘The house has a great flow. It’s a timeless home; that’s why he’s so good.’

Sitting on a 653sqm block, the property boasts an infinity edge pool, gym, spa, lounge deck and wine cellar, as well as incredible views of Pearl Bay. 

The interior, which measures 355sqm in total, is a magnificent creation where grand windows and a spacious open-plan design create a luxury holiday mood.

George, 49, bought the home for $1.34million in 1999, a year after marrying wife Erica. (Pictured: the open-plan living and dining area overlooking the bay)

George, 49, bought the home for $1.34million in 1999, a year after marrying wife Erica. (Pictured: the open-plan living and dining area overlooking the bay) 

Sitting on a 653sqm block, the property boasts an infinity edge pool, gym, spa, lounge deck and wine cellar, as well as incredible views of Pearl Bay

Sitting on a 653sqm block, the property boasts an infinity edge pool, gym, spa, lounge deck and wine cellar, as well as incredible views of Pearl Bay 

Features include a stainless-steel kitchen with commercial-grade appliances, a guest bedroom and duct air conditioning.

Meanwhile, the master bedroom boasts an ensuite and private balcony, and there is also a media room and home cinema.

Gregan, who played 139 tests for the Wallabies, shares three children with Erica, son Max and daughters Charlie and Jazz.

The couple enlisted famed architect Luigi Rosselli and spent years redesigning and building their dream home before finally completing it in 2007. (Pictured: George in Sydney on May 13)

The couple enlisted famed architect Luigi Rosselli and spent years redesigning and building their dream home before finally completing it in 2007. (Pictured: George in Sydney on May 13)

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