Vaucluse trophy home Djirang sold

Vaucluse trophy home Djirang sold
Vaucluse trophy home Djirang sold

The property developer Lim Sen Yap and his wife Elizabeth Garbacz have sold Djirang, their Vaucluse trophy home.

It was listed with $12 million plus expectations through Hamish Robertson at McGrath, who had the three storey Fisher Avenue home in conjunction with Christie's International.

The former chairman of retail property group Ipoh bought the historic F. Glynn Gilling-designed residence in 1996 for $3.4 million from restaurateur Harry Vardis. 

Ipoh Australia was the developer behind the QVB Building and Capitol Theatre restorations.

The home, built in the early 1940s for the Butler family and originally known as Marseilles, won Woollahra Council’s heritage conservation award in 2001.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph. 

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