Armadale trophy home Churston Lodge snapped up pre-auction

Armadale trophy home Churston Lodge snapped up pre-auction
Armadale trophy home Churston Lodge snapped up pre-auction

Churston Lodge, the 1930s Armadale home, has been snapped up before the weekend scheduled auction.

The four bedroom home with a Stuart Rattle renovation sits on a 1370 square metre Hampden Road holding.

It had a guide of $6 million to $6.5 million, having last traded for $1.05 million in 1995.

It was listed by the Toorak dentist George Paltoglou, who's little-used twitter handle is the "flossdaddy".

The home features an entry foyer with signature timber panelling.

There's a music room, a formal dining rooms and a formal sitting room with open fireplaces.

The pool is surrounded with bluestone flagstones along with a cabana.

RT Edgar agents Holly Gillham and Warwick Anderson sold the home, without price disclosure other than saying it fetched "significantly above" the reserve price.

An impressive 35 groups attended the first open for inspection.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.

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