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Urara’s Rosemont $ 45 million buyer revealed

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The historic mansion Rosemont sold for $ 45 million. This is the highest price in Sydney this year and the new record price for Urara.

The buyer is told to become the chief financial officer who sold for $ 32 million at Vaucluse.

Balmain Group CEO Andrew Griffin and his wife Yelena Alpatova are understood to be dealing with Rosemont in a huge block of over 3,000 square meters.

There are reports that you can’t see the view of the harbor, but you can get a wonderful view of the harbor from the veranda on the first floor.

Griffin and Alpatova will move from Vaucluse’s Aurora Avenue, which they purchased for $ 17 million in 2018.

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Rosemont

Rosemont is sold in off-market transactions, so there are few pictures. A charity lunch was held in 2019.Photo: John Apple Yard


Various agents are known to have introduced buyers at the Griffin Alpatova House in Vaucluse, including Birmalof in LJ Hooker Double Bay, Elliott Plax Andrain in Ray White Double Bay, and Alex Lions in Horn Double Bay. However, it is unknown who clinched. Trading $ 32 million.

The five-bedroom home was located on 2266 square meters, one of Vaucluse’s largest non-waterfront real estate.

Vaucluse’s home, Aurora Avenue, owned by Andrew Griffin and Jelena Alpatova, sold for $ 32 million.


Meanwhile, Rosemont, with 10 bedrooms, was the home of Margot, Lady Barrel, and her late husband, Sir Raymond Barrel, for about 40 years.

There is also a tennis court and swimming pool.

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It is understood that agency Ben Collier sold it, and the result is more than double the previous Urara record at the home of television personality Kelly Ankenary, who earned about $ 23 million a month ago. Become.

Rosemont

Santi Brahimi, father Charles Karan, and Barbara Jarry attended the St. Vincent and the Grace Foundation’s 2019 Charity Lunch in Rosemont, home of Lady Barrel.Photo: John Apple Yard


Rosemont was built in 1857 for a variety of celebrities, including merchant bunker and politician Alexander Campbell and his wife Harrietta, as well as Sir Charles and Mrs. McKeller, the father of the poet Drussia McKeller.

Barrel took ownership in 1983 and paid $ 1.8 million. Architect Espie Dods redesigned the house and Gai Stanton created the garden.

Urara’s Rosemont $ 45 million buyer revealed

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