Murray Gleeson sells Pymble trophy home, Sandon

Murray Gleeson sells Pymble trophy home, Sandon
Murray Gleeson sells Pymble trophy home, Sandon

The former chief justice of the High Court Murray Gleeson and his wife Robyn have sold their heritage Pymble home Sandon.

The Gleeson's who bought the Federation Telegraph Road trophy home for $875,000 in 1984 have been trying to find a buyer since Spring in 2015.

It was previously owned by advertising executive Ross Rydge.

Set on 3100 square metres with a pool and court amid landscaped gardens, the home was listed with Chadwicks.

Murray Gleeson sells Pymble trophy home, Sandon

No price guide was released, but local word was there are hopes of more than $6 million.

No sale price has been released but the local word is around $5 million was secured since listed with the Stone agency.

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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