Acclaimed broadcast journalist Helen Kapalos sold her warehouse conversion home in Collingwood for $1.3 million at auction on Saturday. The former reporter on Channel Seven’s current affairs program Sunday Night said she was “in shock” because the property sold above her expectations. Four would-be buyers fought for the keys to the two-bedroom apartment at 11/109 Oxford Street, which was originally part of the Foy & Gibson industrial precinct.
A home on Toorak’s exclusive St Georges Road looks set to break the Victorian house price record, with a whopping $40 million offer believed to be on the table. Industry sources say a “big whale” buyer, based offshore, was in town about six weeks ago and quietly agreed to pay the record-breaking price for the trophy home. The exact street address is unknown, but sources speculate it’s likely number 18 St Georges Road, which, on 5189 square metres, is one of the largest blocks on the street. No.
The $40 million sale of a Toorak mansion is understood to have set a whopping Victorian real estate record. The under-the-radar transaction has lifted the benchmark for what constitutes an ultra-prestige property, hinting at the true depth of wealth at the highest end of Melbourne’s market. The St Georges Road pile is believed to have transacted off market – privately, without a sales campaign – for a speculated sum that smashes the previous benchmark by about $14 million.
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