Southern Highlands trophy home Scotsburn, Avoca sells for $9.25 million

Southern Highlands trophy home Scotsburn, Avoca sells for $9.25 million
Southern Highlands trophy home Scotsburn, Avoca sells for $9.25 million

Scotsburn, the grand Avoca estate in the Southern Highlands, has sold for a record $9.25 million.

It was offloaded by the Knox grazier family, who paid $8.1 million less than two years ago, an Avoca record.

It was bought by the Lai family, who are behind property giant Zone Q Investments, the Australian arm of China’s JiaHe JianAn Group.

They had been asking $8.9 million through Michael Maloney and Phillip Dwyer from Richardson & Wrench Bowral.

It has been reported the 41 hectare property has been bought by the Chinese Lai family, the family behind Zone Q Investments, the Australian arm of China’s JiaHe JianAn Group.

Monitored by a 16 camera CCTV security system, the sprawling home, complete with five ensuited bedrooms and five living areas, has a mud room, library, billiard room with bar, 2000 bottle wine cellar and a home office.

Southern Highlands trophy home Scotsburn, Avoca sells for .25 million

In its own wing is a 20 metre heated indoor swimming pool, a gym and a sauna.

The mature landscaped grounds feature a championship all-weather tennis court, boules court, netted veggie garden and orchard

The 41 hectares include improved pastures suitable for cattle or horses, as well as cattle yards, a hay shed, six dams and two permanent springs.

 Southern Highlands trophy home Scotsburn, Avoca sells for .25 million

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