Music promoter Michael Coppel puts his Melbourne mansion up for sale with a price tag of $ 33 million
Music promoter Michael Coppel offers his Melbourne mansion for sale with a price tag of a whopping $ 33 million
Michael Coppel has marketed his beautiful Melbourne townhouse with a hefty price tag.
According to a report by Domain Thursday, the renowned Australian music promoter will sell his house in Toorak.
The asking price for the museum-style property is between $ 30 million and $ 33 million.
For Sale: Michael Coppel has put his beautiful Melbourne townhouse on the market with a hefty price tag attached
Considered ‘one of Melbourne’s signature homes’, the sale of the property will break price records in the area.
The 3,066-square-foot house has a spiral staircase and columns in the front, along with a roof-top balcony.
The property also features a tennis court and swimming pool, while the main bedroom is equipped with its own gym.
Moving: According to a report from Domain on Thursday, famed Australian music promoter Michael Coppel (pictured at the Helpmann Awards in Sydney in 2010) is selling his home in Toorak
And according to real estate agent Marcus Chiminello, the tennis court is a huge draw for potential buyers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The current owners have enjoyed 18th and 21st birthdays and weddings on that tennis court. Facilities like that have improved in the current climate, ”he added.
According to Chiminello, Hopetoun Road, where the property is located, is ‘known as Toorak’s main boulevard’.
Lots of Money: The asking price for the museum-style property is between $ 30 million and $ 33 million
“Since the day it was built, this has been considered one of Melbourne’s signature homes,” Chiminello told Domain.
‘It will be one of the most important [sales] this year based on price and the significance of the house and the scarcity of an opportunity like this.
“The land, as a vacant block, is probably worth $ 25 to $ 26 million.”
Breaking Records: Considered ‘one of Melbourne’s signature homes’, the sale of the property will shatter price records in the area
The Australian music player bought the property 25 years ago from luxury developer Peter Gibson.
Coppel is the President and CEO of Live Nation Australasia, and has been Pink’s longtime Australian promoter.
Other stars currently on Live Nation’s concert list include Harry Styles, The Wiggles, Rod Stewart, Alanis Morissette, Backstreet Boys and The Veronicas.
Luxury Living: The property also features a tennis court and pool, while the main bedroom is equipped with its own gym