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Qantas boss Alan Joyce trades up to an historic 15-room Mosman mansion with a $19million price tag

Up, up and away: Qantas boss Alan Joyce and her husband swap a historic 15-bedroom mansion priced at $19 million

  • Alan Joyce and Shane Lloyd hit the asking price for a redesigned 1908 mansion
  • They paid $19 million for the palatial home that has incredible harbor views.
  • The Mosman mansion even has its own ocean pool with shark net, as well as a jetty.

Qantas boss Alan Joyce has splurged on a sprawling $19 million waterfront mansion overlooking Sydney Harbour.

Joyce, 55, and her husband, Shane Lloyd, purchased the palatial 1908 Federation residence in Mosman, on the city’s lower north shore, and bought it from their downtown penthouse in TheRocks.

The 15-bedroom house has six bedrooms and several living areas, including outdoor spaces on two huge terraces overlooking the busy bay.

After being on the market for several months, it was sold by former forex broker Alison Ethel and her sister Jane, who bought it for just $1.25 million 19 years ago.

Qantas boss Alan Joyce has splurged on a sprawling $19m waterfront mansion overlooking Sydney Harbor

Qantas boss Alan Joyce has splurged on a sprawling $19m waterfront mansion overlooking Sydney Harbor

Joyce, 55, and her husband Shane Lloyd purchased the palatial 1908 Federation residence in Mosman, buying from their downtown penthouse on The Rocks.

Joyce, 55, and her husband Shane Lloyd purchased the palatial 1908 Federation residence in Mosman, buying from their downtown penthouse on The Rocks.

Joyce and Lloyd’s new 7,000-square-foot home was completely rebuilt in 2015 with Seattle architect Paul Moon, who transformed the house into a modern classic, with the help of Lovett Custom Homes.

It is now a huge three level house, set on a large three level parterre garden which leads to direct access to the deep shoreline.

At the water’s edge, it has a jetty that could accommodate a 25-foot sailboat, which could be useful to the Sydney Amateur Sailing Club, located directly across Mosman Bay from the property.

Joyce and Lloyd's new 7,000-square-foot home was completely rebuilt in 2015 with Seattle architect Paul Moon transforming the home into a modern classic

Joyce and Lloyd’s new 7,000-square-foot home was completely rebuilt in 2015 with Seattle architect Paul Moon transforming the home into a modern classic

After being on the market for several months, it was sold by former forex broker Alison Ethel and her sister Jane, who bought it for just $1.25 million 19 years ago.

After being on the market for several months, it was sold by former forex broker Alison Ethel and her sister Jane, who bought it for just $1.25 million 19 years ago.

It also has a valuable and rare permanent mooring and its own marine pool with shark net.

The mansion boasts four bathrooms, a home theater, its own wine cellar, and a huge double garage.

According to designer Paul Moon, it was renovated as “a traditional Australian Federal-style house and the spaces were updated with some American touches.”

Joyce, who takes home an estimated $1.9 million annual salary as head of Qantas. he purchased the penthouse at the Cove Apartments for $4,575,000 in 2008.

He and Lloyd also own a summer vacation home in Palm Beach, which they bought for $5.25 million in 2015.

Joyce and Lloyd married in a lavish rooftop ceremony at the Museum of Contemporary Art at Circular Quay in 2019 in front of more than 100 family, friends and fellow executives.

Joyce recently appeared on the Today show to promote Qantas’ direct flights to London and New York and ended up poking fun at the show’s host, Karl Stefanovic, about his love of first-class flights.

Inside, the house has six bedrooms and several living rooms, including outdoor spaces on two huge terraces overlooking the busy bay.

Inside, the house has six bedrooms and several living rooms, including outdoor spaces on two huge terraces overlooking the busy bay.

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