Anderson Homes-built Kew mancave home tops weekend auction listing sales

Anderson Homes-built Kew mancave home tops weekend auction listing sales
Anderson Homes-built Kew mancave home tops weekend auction listing sales

A Kew home, built in 2016 with the dream mancave by Anderson Homes boss Laurie Anderson, was snapped up before its scheduled weekend auction.

It was the 2017 Master Builders Association Victorian runner-up for home of the year which left the judges, like the buyers, impressed by the home’s hydraulic raised driveway.

Anderson Homes-built Kew mancave home tops weekend auction listing sales

The Hillcrest Avenue driveway led to the basement in the home that cost $4 million to build after its design by Anderson Home in conjunction with Stephan Kosa Architects.

The vast 320 sqm basement space came with video golf driving range, bar with beer on tap, wine cellar, plus workshop complete with car turntable and its automoted driveway ramp.

There was even light through a window view through to the pool.

Anderson Homes-built Kew mancave home tops weekend auction listing sales

There's a lift to upstairs in the four bedroom, four bathroom home that sat on a 740 sqm block which cost $1.98 million in 2014.

No sale price has emerged from the mid-week auction, but Kay & Burton agent Scott Patterson and Fletchers’ Jeremy Desmier, had initially advised to expect to pay between $6.2 million to $6.8 million.

There's speculation closer to $7 million was achieved, which would rank as the top result for weekend listings.

 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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