Archibald Prize winner Cherry Hood fails to sell Goulburn home

Archibald Prize winner Cherry Hood fails to sell Goulburn home
Archibald Prize winner Cherry Hood fails to sell Goulburn home

The Goulburn home of Archibald Prize winning artist Cherry Hood is now for sale for $1,725,000 after it failed to sell at recent auction.

Ray White agents Garry Hall and John Connell have the listing.

Archibald Prize winner Cherry Hood fails to sell Goulburn home

Hood and her late husband Crystal Hill paid $720,000 for the 1998 homestead set on 35 hectares in 2004.

Two years later she won the prestigious art award for her painting of Simon Tedeschi.

Archibald Prize winner Cherry Hood fails to sell Goulburn home

After moving in, Hood built a small studio with seven metre ceilings and underheated floors.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph. 

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