Richmond Jackson Clements Burrows-designed home $4.32 million sale

Richmond Jackson Clements Burrows-designed home $4.32 million sale
Richmond Jackson Clements Burrows-designed home $4.32 million sale

An award winning architects Jackson Clements Burrows-designed home has sold in Richmond.

The early 2000s design maintained the traditional Victorian aesthetics and contrasted them with contemporary design.

The property sold for $4.32 million at auction after selling agents Andrew Macmillan and Jodie McCarthy of Jellis Craig Real Estate.

They had initial hopes of over $3 million. It last traded at $398,500 in 1998 when bought by the vendors whose son is the architect Jon Clements.

Four bidders took the weatherboard property onto the market at $3.5 million.

The modern four bedroom, three bathroom home at 38 Richmond Terrace includes a service lift, a library and a home office.

The living and dining areas are surrounded by landscaped outdoor gardens with ample dining areas on the 547 sqm block.

The property features a rooftop terrace with 360 degree views of the streetscape and the entire city skyline.

One of Richmond’s largest residential properties, Araluen, at 207 Lennox Street, hold the suburb record having recently sold for $5.13 million.

Araluen last sold in 1958 when bought by the Ballerini family. The five bedroom 1856 home had been listed through Abercromby's agents Jock Langley and Hugh Hardy. 

It is one of Richmond’s earliest homes sitting on a substantial 1478 square metres on the corner of Goodwood Street, about a kilometre from the CBD.

Title Tattle gleans it has been bought by Scott and Julia McKay, descendants of the industrialist inventor of the Sunshine Harvester.

The comedic radio broadcaster Hamish Blake and wife Zoe Foster Blake, the author wife, had held the previous record $4.25 million in Richmond for a home (below) featured on Grand Designs Australia in 2013

The three-bedroom, four-bathroom Richmond house was designed by neilarchitecture for Darren and Ruth Rogers.

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They built the home on a block bought in 2009 for $920,000 with the works cost estimated at $3.3 million.

 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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