Settlement final on 1908 Toorak trophy home Glyn

Settlement final on 1908 Toorak trophy home Glyn
Settlement final on 1908 Toorak trophy home Glyn

The 1908 Toorak trophy home Glyn has finally settled, with the buyer emerging as JB Hi-Fi CEO Richard Murray and his partner Jacqueline Blackwell.

The couple paid $11 million for the home of lawyer Andrew Fairley and corporate adviser, Jane Stuchberry.

It's less than the $12 million plus hopes it was listed for in May last year.

The luxury Rodney Alsop designed arts and crafts style home has gabled roofs, prominent eaves and artisan features.

Restored in recent times, the six bedroom home built for BHP founding shareholder Sir Edward Miller features a tennis court and heated pool.

It previously traded at $5.1 million in 2003 when sold by recruiter Lorraine Tribe.

Kay & Burton agents Darren Lewenberg and Ross Savas sold the home.

The buyers have since sold in Camberwell for $8 million.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian Mansion Australia section.

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