Glebe's Queen Anne-style Hartford sold

Glebe's Queen Anne-style Hartford sold
Glebe's Queen Anne-style Hartford sold

The Queen Anne Glebe trophy home Hartford has been sold.

The Queen Anne mansion Hartford has been sold by the Kennard family only 19 months after they bought it for $3.85 million.

Built in the 1890s for Scottish medico E. Randolph Magnus, the Kennards bought it from recruitment executive Randall Maple and his wife Erica Maple-Pols.

They secured approved plans for a contemporary conservatory at the rear by architect Otto Cserhalmi. 

The Kennard's listed through McGrath agent Michael Glynn who expected it to fetch about $4.5 million.

Title Tattle gleans $4.2 million was secured.

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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