Leckie's Lactura, Centennial Park auction delayed

Leckie's Lactura, Centennial Park auction delayed
Leckie's Lactura, Centennial Park auction delayed

Lactura, the long-time Centennial Park home of high profile TV executive David Leckie and his charity cheerleader wife, Skye, was pulled from scheduled auction.

It seems the interested parties just weren't ready to buy. The new auction date is now September 17 with no amendments to the $11.5 million price guide by McGrath agents Ben Collier and Dominqiue Ogilvie.

The Leckie's have owned the grand two storey home on the tightly held Lang Road since 1998 when David was chief executive of the Nine Network under Kerry Packer.

He paid $2.5 million for the 1910 residence. They are looking towards the inner east harbourside suburbs for an apartment along with a working farm on their radar too.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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