Curve Finance CEO buys two mansions in Australia for $40 million


Michael Egorov, CEO of decentralized exchange Curve Finance, and his wife Anna have purchased two villas worth about $40 million in Melbourne. It is reported by the Australian Financial Review.

According to the publication, one of the houses is a historic Victorian mansion called Avon Court with an area of ​​4,300 square meters, built in the 1870s. The couple bought the property for $27 million.

Avon Court courtyard. Data:

The villa includes nine bedrooms, two swimming pools, front garden, gym, sauna, maid’s quarters, wine cellar for 4,000 bottles, garage for 10 cars and two roof terraces overlooking the city.

The second mansion, which cost the couple $13 million, is called Verona. This is a two-storey Italian-style villa with five bedrooms. Its area is 1412 square meters.

The first house is registered in the name of Michael, and the second belongs to his wife.

Recall that in November 2021, it was reported that the head of the Binance crypto exchange, Changpeng Zhao, acquired real estate in Dubai. Prior to that, he called his car and house “illiquid”, thus explaining their absence in the property.

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