Kew's Kenilworth sold at $7.1 million

Kew's Kenilworth sold at $7.1 million
Kew's Kenilworth sold at $7.1 million

Kenilworth, a large Queen Anne-style residence at 23 Barry Street, Kew has been sold.

Marshall White agent Doug McLauchlan sold the five-bedroom home at a private mid-week auction earlier this month, in conjunction with Greg Sinclair Property.

The property had $7 million to $7.7 million price hopes.

It reportedly subsequently sold for $7.1 million to the sole bidder at the private auction.

It was the Kew home of the Melbourne QC Garry Bigmore and his wife, Helen.

The Queen Anne home on an 1800 square metre estate was built in 1896, still retaining its generous proportions, soaring ceilings and original fireplaces, the property has been restored by Beverly Usher.

It comes with six bedrooms, four bathrooms, grand formal living spaces and a versatile lower-level games room.

 

 

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