Toorak mansion sets Australian record for most expensive home sold at auction

A five-bedroom mansion within the rich Melbourne suburb of Toorak has shattered the Australian record for most expensive home sold at auction.

While actual property vendor Kay & Burton wouldn’t affirm the ultimate sale value, the palatial property was listed with an indicative value of between $40 and $44 million.

The property, at 47 Lansell Road, boasts lots of the luxuries a $40 million property could be anticipated to, together with a tennis court docket, pool — with a dozen solar lounges — a fitness center and a home cinema.

Its kitchen features a wooden pizza oven, built-in rooster rotisserie and a teppanyaki grill for whenever you simply desire a quiet meal at home.

It was reportedly sold to Chemist Warehouse proprietor Sam Gance.

A home cinema with individual lounges
The Toorak home options lots of the facilities you’ll count on for $40 million.(Supplied: Domain)

The property is nestled on a quiet avenue in Toorak, however behind its tall hedge the home boasts important area for entertaining. 

“The casual family living room with open fireplace opens through steel framed doors to the covered outdoor terrace, garden and pool for year-round indoor-outdoor entertaining,” the property’s itemizing mentioned.

A large living space looking out to a lawn and swimming pool.
Toorak is without doubt one of the most-expensive suburbs in Australia.(Supplied: Domain)

“Upstairs family accommodation includes the sumptuous privately zoned master suite with two walk-in wardrobes and marble ensuite, a guest suite with ensuite, three children’s bedrooms … family bathroom and study.”

A living area with kitchen and pizza oven.
The home comes with a pizza oven, rooster rotisserie and teppanyaki grill.(Supplied: Domian)

Toorak is without doubt one of the most-expensive suburbs within the nation, with property researcher CoreLogic final 12 months discovering its median home worth to be greater than $4 million, the seventh-highest in Australia.

It was the one suburb not in Sydney to make the highest 10, which was led by Darling Point, Bellevue Hill and Vaucluse.

A sitting area with a spiral staircase.
The home sold at auction over the weekend.(Supplied: Domain)

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