Mystery $52 million Toorak sale

Mystery $52 million Toorak sale
Mystery $52 million Toorak sale

A Toorak mansion has reputedly been sold for around $52 million, the second-highest price ever paid in Victoria.

It is whispered the residence at 53-55 Irving Road sold off market, though without details emerging on its exact sale price or buyer’s identity.
 
It was reportedly sold by the Ebeyan family who bought it from the Zeigler family in 2002, according to Nine Entertainment's Domain website.
 
"A number of industry insiders confirmed the existence of the deal to the Domain Group," it advised.
 
Mystery  million Toorak sale
 

The Herald Sun subsequently suggested the buyer knocked on the front door to secure the home, without any agents being involved in the reputed negotiations.
 
The home at 53-55 Irving Road sits on about 2000 square metres of land.
 
The Stonington mansion sale by art dealer Rod Menzies holds the official confirmed $52.5 million record followed by tech entrepreneur Ruslan Kogan’s $38.8 million purchase of a Toorak home from telecommunications investor Philip Cornish.

Qi Yang bought the residence of former Mirvac director Marina Darling for $38 million.

The $26.25 million sale of the contemporary Toorak home of Daniel and Danielle Besen held the record in 2016.

UPDATE The Ebeyan family advised Domain via a tweet on the day following publication that the article was "completely inaccurate."

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