Mercury Capital's Clark Perkins sells $10 million Bellevue Hill offering pre-auction

Mercury Capital's Clark Perkins sells $10 million Bellevue Hill offering pre-auction
Mercury Capital's Clark Perkins sells $10 million Bellevue Hill offering pre-auction

The venture capitalist Clark Perkins, founder of Mercury Capital, has sold his Bellevue Hill residence.

It had failed to find a buyer over the summer break when it had been listed off market.

But sources confirmed to Property Observer that it has now sold, although for less than initially desired.

The Cranbrook Road residence of Perkins and his wife Marguerite had $10 million prospects ahead of its scheduled March 4 auction.

Their contemporary looking 2007 home was built by renowned master builder Peter Dunkley.

It sold at $8.1 million in 2007.

They have spent close to $30 million on a waterfront mansion, Loch Maree at Vaucluse.

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Trophy Sale Bellevue Hill

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