Early Federation Killara house sold for $5.26 million

Early Federation Killara house sold for $5.26 million
Early Federation Killara house sold for $5.26 million

An early Federation Killara house has been sold for $5.26 million making it Sydney’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

The five-bedroom house sold at its reserve price, the North Shore Times revealed with the buyer, Seal Fan, an Australian-Chinese furniture designer from Chipping Norton, who will be moving in with his wife and three children.

Located at 4 Stanhope Road, the 1657 sqm property provides a fusion of contemporary style and character elegance.

Built in 1890 the property was last sold in 2013 for $3.722 million, when bought by David Whiteing, Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s chief information officer, and his wife Penelope Graham, deputy chair of Sydney Motorway Corporation.

It sold in 2005 for $2.7 million, $2.4 million in 2004 and $1.56 million in 2000.

In 2007 the property was refurbished.

The property has a formal lounge and dining with original marble fireplaces with a casual dining with easy access to the outdoor.

Early Federation Killara house sold for .26 million

There is also a Travertine verandah with BBQ along with in-ground swimming pool and park-like landscaped backyard.

The stone gas kitchen has top-of-the-range appliances.

There are five bedrooms, three of them having their own ensuite, along with a study.

Other features includes storeroom/workshop, 1000 bottle wine cellar and double garage.

Killara station is only 600 metres away and the property is close to Ravenswood.

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