Diocese of Sydney’s Landmark Darling Point mansion on the market for $25 million

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Ever wanted to live in a landmark gothic mansion? Now's your chance ... if you have a spare $25 million.

Home to seven Anglican archbishops over more than a century, one of the city's largest private estates - it's a nifty 6216sq m - is up for grabs.

The historic Bishopscourt at 11 Greenoaks Ave, Darling Point, would be a nice piece of business for the Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney, which paid just 6750 pounds for the propery in 1910.

After decades of speculation both inside and outside the church, the Synod of the Anglican Diocese finally authorised the sale in 2012 with a five-year "sale window" option.

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Filed under: * Anglican - EpiscopalAnglican ProvincesAnglican Church of Australia* Christian Life / Church LifeParish MinistryStewardship* Economics, PoliticsEconomyHousing/Real Estate Market

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