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Inside TikTok’s favourite Sydney ‘horror mansion’ as it hits the market for $10million

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A once grand stone mansion on Sydney’s north shore, made famous by TikTokers as a ‘haunted house’, has hit the market for a whopping $10 million.

Located in Mosman, the 80-year-old riverside property is in an advanced state of disrepair after being abandoned more than twenty years ago.

Now heritage listed, it was originally built as a two-storey, five-bedroom, three-bathroom house, surrounded by splendid gardens with direct access to the harbour.

However, The Daily Telegraph reports that a development application has been approved for the site which has potential buyers in a frenzy.

The house last sold in 2015 for $6.6 million to Edward Wei, a Chinese architecture student who submitted the new DA for the site.

A once grand stone mansion on Sydney’s north shore made famous by TikTokers as a “haunted house” has hit the market for a whopping $10 million. Pictured: The remains of ‘Morella’, which was built on Mosman beach in 1939.

According to the report, the DA has attracted 97 inquiries from buyers in 24 hours.

The plans are “sympathetic” to the original house and allow a four-story home to be built from the foundations of the original mansion that was built in 1939.

Features described in the proposal include plans for a four-bedroom house with an interior elevator.

Now heritage listed, it was originally built as a two-storey, five-bedroom, three-bathroom house, surrounded by splendid gardens with direct access to the harbour. Pictured: the house as it was in the 1940s.

Now heritage listed, it was originally built as a two-storey, five-bedroom, three-bathroom house, surrounded by splendid gardens with direct access to the harbour. Pictured: the house as it was in the 1940s.

Now heritage listed, it was originally built as a two-storey, five-bedroom, three-bathroom house, surrounded by splendid gardens with direct access to the harbour. Pictured: the house as it was in the 1940s.

The Daily Telegraph reports that a development application for the site has been approved which has potential buyers in a frenzy. In the photo: The incredible sight: the house was abandoned twenty years ago.

The Daily Telegraph reports that a development application for the site has been approved which has potential buyers in a frenzy. In the photo: The incredible sight: the house was abandoned twenty years ago.

The Daily Telegraph reports that a development application for the site has been approved which has potential buyers in a frenzy. In the photo: The incredible sight: the house was abandoned twenty years ago.

Highlights include a top-floor terrace, which will offer owners a magnificent view of Sydney’s famous harbour.

Meanwhile, the DA is also calling for an entire level to be dedicated as a “main living area.”

A lower level will, meanwhile, serve as an ‘entertainment platform’, with a gym, games room, billiards room and an adjoining pool with terrace.

Once described as a “masterpiece of grandeur”, what remains of the original mansion, called Morella, is now covered in graffiti with broken windows, scattered rubble and a dilapidated interior.

Described as a “masterpiece of grandeur”, what remains of the original mansion is now covered in graffiti with broken windows, scattered debris and a dilapidated interior.

The derelict estate (pictured), which is used as a gathering area for teenagers and squatters, has fallen into disrepair since its last known resident, Antony Parer, moved out in 2001.

The derelict estate (pictured), which is used as a gathering area for teenagers and squatters, has fallen into disrepair since its last known resident, Antony Parer, moved out in 2001.

The derelict estate (pictured), which is used as a gathering area for teenagers and squatters, has fallen into disrepair since its last known resident, Antony Parer, moved out in 2001.

The derelict estate, which is used as a gathering area for teenagers and squatters, has fallen into disrepair since its last known resident, Antony Parer, moved out in 2001.

Mr. Parer is already dead.

The treasured old house was built by his wealthy parents Leonardo and Helena Parer, who lived there with Antony and their two daughters Marianna and Sarita.

‘Morella’ appeared in the pages of the April 1943 issue of Australian Home Beautiful magazine in a six-page spread.

After the mansion was revealed to be abandoned, social media users began creating videos of the site, including Drive Locations AU TikTok., who had more than 90,000 followers.

Meanwhile, a video created eight years ago by You Tuber abandoned oz and according to the site it has attracted 88,000 visits.

The new DA “sympathizes” with the original house and allows a four-story house to be built from the foundations of the original mansion. Pictured: The position of the property offering spectacular water views.

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