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CostaFox swoops on Geelong waterfront property

Boutique developer CostaFox has put its foot on a 1.2 hectare Geelong waterfront property previously owned by Catholic charity MacKillop Family Services.

The property is home to the old National Trust-registered Stella Maris Convent Mansion.

The property is home to the old National Trust-registered Stella Maris Convent Mansion.Credit:

Controlled by wealthy investors Robert Costa, Michael Fox and Geno Hubay, CostaFox signed an $11.3 million deal to buy Rippleside on “extended terms” from the family focused charity.

On Geelong’s waterfront and surrounded by parkland, the property is home to the old National Trust-registered Stella Maris Convent Mansion, formerly known as St Helens.

Built in 1848 it is one of the city’s earliest waterfront mansions.

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