Vaucluse home of Google's Karim Temsamani up for lease

Vaucluse home of Google's Karim Temsamani up for lease
Vaucluse home of Google's Karim Temsamani up for lease

The Vaucluse home of Japan-based Google boss Karim Temsamani has failed to find a buyer through Sotheby's, so he's put it up for lease.

They were seeking $5.9 million on its February listing.

Backing on to Parsley Bay Reserve, the Hamptons style five bedroom, four bathroom home that cost Temsamani $4.5 million in 2010.

It has been priced at a cool $3,400 a week through SydneySlice agent Melanie La Pouple.

It is available from June, having been previously available on their departure in 2014 at $3000 a week. 

Temsamani is now Google's head of Asia-Pacific, having been Google Australia managing director.

The lower level comprises a self-contained bedroom and rumpus room with ensuite bathroom and direct access to the private level lawn.

It had been on the market for over 110 days. The no sale has stalled Temsamani's plans for a Silicon Valley purchase.

This article first appeared in the Daily Telegraph.

 

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