Former Qantas board chief lists Armadale home

Former Qantas board chief lists Armadale home
Former Qantas board chief lists Armadale home

Margaret Jackson, the first woman to head the Qantas board, has listed her Armadale trophy home.

The European inspired Avalon Road home set in gardens designed by Robyn Boyle has a price guide of between $4.9 million to $5.5 million.

Comprising four bedrooms and a timber lined library, the home has formal sitting and dining areas that extend out to a covered alfresco terrace and the landscaped private garden with stone pond.

Former Qantas board chief lists Armadale home

An internal lift connects the three levels including a basement with a sound proofed cinema room, wine cellar and garage.

A double height reception hall sits behind the ornate antique timber and wrought iron front double doors.

Marshall White have set an August 5 auction.

Jackson, who paid $2.75 million for the home in 2004, has held senior positions at ANZ, BHP and Billabong.

She was made a Companion of the Order of Australia in 2003.

 

 



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