Race car veteran Barry Graham sells Charlotte Park house in NSW Southern Highlands

Race car veteran Barry Graham sells Charlotte Park house in NSW Southern Highlands
Race car veteran Barry Graham sells Charlotte Park house in NSW Southern Highlands

Race car veteran Barry Graham has sold Charlotte Park in the NSW Southern Highlands for $5.5 million.

It was listed in 2018 with a price guide of $7 million.

The Sproules Lane, Glenquarry residence, with more than a kilometre of river frontage to the Wingecarribee River, was secured $5.5 million.

The 53 hectare estate contains two substantial homes with additional guest accommodation.

Originally set up as a dairy, the property boasts a carrying capacity for 60 cows.

Graham remains in the Southern Highlands, having built a house on another site nearby he owns with wife, Kay.

They had a record breaking $7 million hopes on listing as the localities' biggest sale was $6 million in 2010 when Runnymede, the 18 hectare estate of interior designer Suzanne Dougall and her businessman husband John Dougall, was bought by Ariadne non-executive chairman David Baffsky.

The 57 hectare holding was bought in 1999 for $1.85 million.

Ben Olofsen and Cameron McKillop, from the Agency Southern Highlands, had the Charlotte Park listing.

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