Clendon, Toorak home sells for $22.1 million

Staff reporterDecember 3, 20200 min read

Clendon, a six-bedroom 1920s Toorak house has been snapped up for $22.1 million following its four week expressions of interest marketing campaign.

The two-storey house with tennis court, set on a 2360 sqm Clendon Road holding, had a $18.5 million to $20.35 million price guide.

There has been no formal sale notification from its Marshall White listing agents Richard McKinnon and Fraser Cahill who advised of its sale on Wednesday.

It was the home of the mapping and adventure company Emprise Group chairman Sam Hayward.

It last traded for $3.4 million in 1995, having been for sale for some three years starting in the last recession.

The other big ticket recent Toorak sale was the newly built Toorak home of Australian Finance Group co-founder Malcolm Watkins and his husband,  Peter Kerr.

It possibly fetched just above $25 million through Sarah Case at RT Edgar.

The 4-5 Myvore Court, Toorak home was listed by the couple who've decided to spend more time on the Gold Coast after Melbourne’s COVID-19 lockdown.

They lived at the five bedroom mansion for AROUND a month before heading north.

They retain a Mount Martha abode.

Staff reporter

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