PHOTO: Ms Zhou had to get Foreign Investment Review Board approval to buy the seven-bedroom English Cotswold-style manor in 2017
- A teenage property investor has bought a stunning $5million mansion in Sydney’s north after downsizing
- Shuxin Zhou, 18, sold her previous luxury seven bedroom property for $11million in December 2020
- Ms Zhou’s real estate agent said foreigners on student visas, even teenagers, can buy property in Australia
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A Chinese student who bought and sold a Sydney mansion as a 14-year-old for close to $11million has purchased a stunning $5million property because she wanted to ‘downsize’.
Shuxin Zhou, 18, daughter of Chinese businessman Jianming Zhou, has purchased the French-inspired seven bedroom mansion in Dural, in Sydney’s north for $4.95million.
The budding property tycoon had previously owned the sprawling ‘Springfield’ estate in Warrawee she purchased when she was just 14 years old for $12 million in June 2017.
The seven-bedroom house (pictured) in Dural in Sydney’s north was bought by Ms Zhou for $4.95million after she wanted to ‘downsize’
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