The shame of the mega-family of Australian businessman Alan Bond cut off $ 7 million from the asking price

Only the $ 43 million then! The shame of the Australian businessman Alan Bond's mega-mansion with its own ballroom and cinema has cut $ 7 million off the asking price

  • The former mansion of Alan Bond is back on the real estate market, seven years after he had sold it for the first time in 2011
  • The mega mansion in Perth has cut $ 7 million from the asking price and costs $ 43 million
  • The property has its own cinema, squash court, professional tennis court, wine cellar, spa and sauna
  • The residence has been compared to a hotel and has a resort-style pool and river views

Laura Withers for Daily Mail Australia

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The former residence of Alan Bond is back on the property market and a wealthy house hunter with a cool $ 43 million left over, could get the mega house in their hands.

The luxurious residence, located on Watkins Road, in the suburb of Dalkeith in Perth, is on sale seven years after the unfaithful businessman sold it for the first time.

A dizzying $ 7 million has been lowered from the asking price of the house, designed by architect Geoffrey Summerhayes, since it came back in real estate listings in August last year.

The mega mansion (photo) is located on a 6,406 square meter block on the waterfront of the Swan River in Dalkeith, in Perth.

The mega mansion (photo) is located on a 6,406 square meter block on the waterfront of the Swan River in Dalkeith, in Perth.

The house (photo), designed by architect Geoffrey Summerhayes, appeared for the first time in real estate listings in August last year

The house (photo), designed by architect Geoffrey Summerhayes, appeared for the first time in real estate listings in August last year

The house (photo), designed by architect Geoffrey Summerhayes, appeared for the first time in real estate listings in August last year

The house has been described as & # 39; the ultimate waterfront estate of Australia & # 39; and was built during the heyday of the tycoon in the eighties.

The disgraced businessman, who was imprisoned for corporate fraud after he declared bankruptcy in 1992, sold the mega-mansion in 2011 Sue Gibson, who bought the house for $ 39 million with her then Mr. Magnal husband, Steve Wyatt.

The property is first valued at $ 50 million, but the price has since been reduced to $ 43 million.

And although the asking price for most seems an exaggerated amount, the property, which is compared to a hotel, deserves the hefty price tag.

The six-bedroom townhouse has its own ballroom that is large enough for 400 guests, a walk-in fridge, indoor tennis courts, a large gym, a sauna and a garage for 12 cars.

The sumptuous home also boasts some of the best views of the Perth River, as well as a resort style pool with a 12-seat swim-up bar and spa.

The house features a resort-style pool (pictured) with a 12-foot tub with swim-up bar and spa and some of the best views of the Perth River

The house features a resort-style pool (pictured) with a 12-foot tub with swim-up bar and spa and some of the best views of the Perth River

The house features a resort-style pool (pictured) with a 12-foot tub with swim-up bar and spa and some of the best views of the Perth River

The influential businessman, who died in 2015, famously held his daughter, Susan's wedding reception in the lavish residence (photo)

The influential businessman, who died in 2015, famously held his daughter, Susan's wedding reception in the lavish residence (photo)

The influential businessman, who died in 2015, famously held his daughter, Susan's wedding reception in the lavish residence (photo)

Guests of the main house, with a total of 2,930 m² of living space on four levels, can relax while watching a movie in the 21-person cinema, or with a glass of wine from the 10,000-bottle wine cellar.

According to the property on the Domain website, the residence has all the features of a luxury hotel.

The extensive grounds have all the features of a luxury hotel, with the ability to transform from a secluded private retreat to a fully equipped space for the largest functions, "the list claims.

The influential businessman, who died in 2015, held famously the wedding reception of his daughter Susan in the residence, which was announced as one of the most lavish celebrations in Perth.

The property is currently for sale through a private treaty.

Alan Bond (pictured) who died in 2015, sold the mega mansion in 2011 to Sue Gibson and her husband Steve Wyatt for $ 39 million

Alan Bond (pictured) who died in 2015, sold the mega mansion in 2011 to Sue Gibson and her husband Steve Wyatt for $ 39 million

Alan Bond (pictured) who died in 2015, sold the mega mansion in 2011 to Sue Gibson and her husband Steve Wyatt for $ 39 million

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