The Daily Telegraphp says it is described as a “rare piece of Sydney real estate”, a place in desirable Coogee with room for 14 people and tipped to cost less than $1 million but there is a catch — you literally have to die for it.
The 3.6m by 3.6m concrete property can only be occupied in the afterlife.
Built in the late 1970s, this rare above-ground mausoleum at Randwick cemetery was intended to be the resting place for multi-millionaire Clement Joseph Maloof, his wife, their eight children and his brother. However, family disputes over the estate have resulted in the mausoleum to be offered for sale.
O’Maras Valuers & Auctioneers managing director Tim O’Mara said it was the last unoccupied mausoleum in Randwick Cemetery in the “highly sought-after South Coogee location”.