Glucksberg, Yarra Street, Hawthorn trophy home sold

Glucksberg, Yarra Street, Hawthorn trophy home sold
Glucksberg, Yarra Street, Hawthorn trophy home sold

The iconic 1890s Victorian tower residence, Glucksberg, has sold for $5,250,000, its asking price.

It last sold in 2006 at $2,265,000 when bought by the Watson family. 

Previous owners include the Shelmerdine family.

Set in Hawthorn's iconic quiet, leafy streets, the five-bedroom and three-bathroom home featured an outdoor entertaining area, pool and lush gardens. 

Glucksberg, Yarra Street, Hawthorn trophy home sold

The Yarra Street property was originally designed by John Beswicke, known as "Hawthorn's architect", who created some of the suburb's most famous buildings, including the Town Hall. 

The renovated home sustained period details of arched hallway, marble fireplaces and stained glass windows in a modern and contemporary space. 

The home was sold by Kay & Burton's Michael Armstrong and Sam Wilkinson after three weeks marketing. 

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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