Burradoo's Patchway finds buyer

Burradoo's Patchway finds buyer
Burradoo's Patchway finds buyer

Patchway, one of the Southern Highlands most impressive trophy homes, has been sold for an undisclosed price having been initially listed with record setting hopes.

The Burradoo home last traded for $4,175,000 in 2014 when bought by Ed Blackadder, the former managing director of merchant bank Hambros, and wife Elaine. 

With prize-winning gardens of rhododendrons and azaleas on its 8900 sqm Ranelagh Road holding, Patchway had initial $5.95 million hopes two years ago.

The Blackadder's had bought the home from the Wilson steel fabrication family. The Wilsons bought Patchway for $3.03 million in 2002 and carried out a seven-month renovation of the house. 

Inspired by classic English Georgian manor house architecture, Patchway dates back the 1940s when set on 20 acres. 

Built by the Eric Pratten, it was later owned by Neil and Beverley Cottee and then by Dan and Toni Regan.

The home has five bedrooms, a study and a stone paved north facing conservatory which opens to the outdoor entertaining terraces.

There's a grand entrance gallery with a distinctive cantilevered staircase which leads to three of the bedrooms, including the master suite that has its own dressing area, bathroom and private balcony.

The garden estate Lowenbrau which sold for $5.6 million in 2005 holds the Burradoo price record.

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