Monomeath Avenue, Canterbury's new $12.08 million record European chateau sale

Monomeath Avenue, Canterbury's new $12.08 million record European chateau sale
Monomeath Avenue, Canterbury's new $12.08 million record European chateau sale

A record $12.08 million has been paid for a trophy home on Canterbury's Monomeath Avenue.

The sale price of 12 Monomeath to Yi Qian came on recent settlement of the three level trophy home, lift-accessed from its eight car basement.

It is a Phillip Mannerheim designed home, with interiors designed by the late Stuart Rattle, within Paul Bangay gardens. 

The six bedroom, six bathroom home sold through Kay & Burton agent Scott Patterson in conjunction with Melbourne Deluxe Real Estate agent Paul Pfeiffer.

The prior known record was $12 million for another trophy home on Canterbury's Monomeath Avenue.

Ross Savas at Kay & Burton described it (below) as a majestic residence reminiscent of European chateaus.

It came with a pool and north/south tennis court, and even vegie and herb gardens.

It bettered a $10.6 million Canterbury record set just one week earlier on Mont Albert Road.

The $12 million purchasers were Hongmin and Lifang Wang who bought from Mark Waldron.

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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