Record setting Chirnside Park trophy home sells to Keysborough family: Title Tattle

Record setting Chirnside Park trophy home sells to Keysborough family: Title Tattle
Record setting Chirnside Park trophy home sells to Keysborough family: Title Tattle

The sale price of the luxurious six-bedroom hilltop Chirnside Park trophy mansion sold last July has emerged as a record setting $5.69 million.

It sold at 10 times the suburb's median house price.

The sale price for Arribri, at 145 Edward Road had remained a closely guarded secret, like an intended move on its backyard chess set.

Quite something for the suburb, the sprawling 2008-bult residence sits on 1.58 hectare grounds featuring an infinity edge pool and tennis court.

The Herald Sun reported it attracted 78,000 YouTube hits and 1000 inquiries after it hit the market for Jellis Craig agent Matthew Lockyer with interest from China, the United States, Russia and India.

The two storey, six bedroom property was listed by a family from China. Title Tattle gleans it was sold to the Fei family from Keysborough.

According to CoreLogic RP Data, the outer Yarra Ranges, Melbourne suburb's median house price is $550,000.

The prior record was $2.99 million in 2014 for a single storey home on a large 15 hectare lot. 

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