Neville Wran's former Vaucluse home sold

Neville Wran's former Vaucluse home sold
Neville Wran's former Vaucluse home sold

Sydney's top sale which was $4.12 million in Vaucluse, the onetime home of then barrister, Neville Wran, who became the state's 35th premier in 1976.

The 10 Princes Avenue home was where Wran lived in the 1960s with his first wife Marcia and their two children, Glenn and Kim.

Daniel Baran, of The Agency, said the $4.12 million sale was above reserve by more than $600,000.

The 1920s home on its 650 sq m block was purchased by Wran for £13,000 in 1961 and sold five years later for $40,000.

The property last traded in 1993 for $890,000.

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