Owner of one of Perth's priciest homes buys in the Southern Highlands

Owner of one of Perth's priciest homes buys in the Southern Highlands
Owner of one of Perth's priciest homes buys in the Southern Highlands

Sue Gibson, who is seeking $50 million for her Dalkeith, Swan River trophy home, has bought Crossways Farm in the the NSW Southern Highlands.

She paid $5.55 million on extended settlement terms for the Robertson property, which was sold by Louise Zavattaro.

The five-bedroom residence in Robertson is surrounded by a mature garden, a tennis court, two self-contained apartments, seven dams, eight hectares of rainforest and equestrian facilities. 

Crossways Farm was previously owned by rag traders Lisa Ho and Philip Smouha.

The property has been on and off the market since early 2014 when it was initially offered for $6.9 million.

It was most recently marketed by Angus Campbell-Jones, of Campbell Jones Property.

It was previously owned by rag traders Lisa Ho and her former husband Philip Smouha, who bought it in 2005 for $4.5 million and sold to the Zavattaro family for $4.8 million in 2009.

The 49-hectare property is reportedly to become her permanent residence, coming four years after she and West Australian mining magnate Steve Wyatt ended their 27-year relationship.

Following the split, Gibson is now sole owner of the Perth mansion that was built for the late Alan Bond.

The Wyatt's had paid $39 million in 2011.

 

 

 

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