Vaucluse home in identical household for 100 years sells for $16.6m, $6m above reserve

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Vaucluse Hot Auction

Auctioneer David Scholes at immediately’s public sale at 41 Vaucluse Street, Vaucluse, which bought for $16.6m, about $6m above reserve. Image: Gaye Gerard


COVID-19 has proved no impediment to Sydney’s status market this spring, with a ramshackle Vaucluse dwelling promoting for $16.6m — about $6m above reserve — at public sale immediately.

Sotheby’s agent Harriet France had 18 bidders register and 6 of them combat for the five-bedroom dwelling at 41 Vaucluse Road of Janis Waite, spouse of the late printer Invoice Waite.

It’s been owned by 4 generations of the household for nearly 100 years.

With panoramic views of the harbour, metropolis skyline, Bridge and Opera Home from its lovely previous formal lounge room, it’s throughout the highway from a extra trendy dwelling with pool and tennis court docket that Sotheby’s bought to 26-year-old Junlin Lan and his associate Monica Hairu Yang, 29, for $24.6m — $10.46m above reserve — on September 26.

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And immediately’s Vaucluse Street triumph wasn’t the one huge public sale outcome within the east: a renovated Kambala Road Bellevue Hill home owned by company lawyer Jeremy Davis and his spouse, Natalie, bought for $11,010,000 — $1.51m above reserve — through Sotheby’s managing director Michael Pallier with auctioneer Stuart Davies.

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“The market’s simply so extremely sturdy in the mean time … expectations are being reset after each huge outcome,” Pallier mentioned.

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The view from 41 Vaucluse Street, Vaucluse.


Vaucluse Hot Auction

Sotheby’s agent Harriet France encourages the opening bidder and her teenage daughter to up their provide earlier than the gavel fell at immediately’s public sale. Image: Gaye Gerard


At Vaucluse Street immediately, the home was filling up so quick with registered bidders and their households that COVID-alert auctioneer David Scholes despatched all however those that had bidding paddles to the entrance garden.

Calling for bids, Scholes recommended an $8m bid as a result of it was “a fortunate quantity for sure cultures” and a mum sitting on the sofa together with her teenage daughter instantly took him up on it. The pair had instructed the auctioneer earlier that they’d by no means been to an public sale earlier than.

The $100,000 affords had been quickly flying, however ultimately it was a north shore physician, Dzu Nguyen, there along with his 18-year-old daughter Leila who’s within the first 12 months of medication at UNSW, who gained the keys after getting into the race late.

When requested if he thought he’d bought deal, he replied: “Affordable.”

Vaucluse Hot Auction

Purchaser Dr Dzu Nguyen and his daughter, Leila, after their success at immediately’s public sale. Image: Gaye Gerard


Vaucluse Hot Auction

Harriet France with vendor Janis Waite after immediately’s public sale. Image: Gaye Gerard


Slightly than the view, he mentioned it was the home’s proximity to Nielsen Park that gained him over.

And, most stunning of all, Nguyen, who’s shifting his spouse, Elaine, and three youngsters to the house from their present Cremore residence, isn’t planning to knock down the previous dwelling.

“Perhaps if it stopped at $10m I may have considered doing that, however not at greater than $16m!” he joked.

The home wasn’t heritage listed however was definitely stuffed with appeal, with the grand upstairs Artwork Deco tiled lavatory with views to the Opera Home as soon as thought of as a location for the 1983 movie Cautious He Would possibly Hear You.

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The view from the road again as much as the home.



Having heard this information that the home was protected from the wrecking ball, the seller, 87-year-old Janis, emerged to congratulate Dr Nguyen: “You’re not going to knock it down! I used to be positive it was going to be pulled down and a giant concrete monstrosity can be constructed right here!” she mentioned.

Mrs Waite instructed the Sunday Telegraph: “It’s great he’s going to maintain it … it’s not a flowery home, however it’s unbelievable.”

Searching the window, it wasn’t the harbour view she was targeted on, it her lovely backyard. “I planted that flowering Jacaranda 60 years in the past when my daughter was born and that Field gum is among the oldest in Vaucluse.”


Vaucluse Hot Auction

David Scholes congratulates Dr Nguyen and his daughter, Leila. Image: Gaye Gerard.


The home on its 923 sqm block has been dwelling to 4 generations of the Waite household. It’s a part of the unique 1838 crown grant to William Charles Wentworth, proprietor of Vaucluse Home, and was purchased by self-made unique printer Benjamin Waite, who was chargeable for printing a number of the most high-end publications from the Nineteen Twenties till Seventies together with the David Jones annual catalogue and Ure Smith’s Artwork in Australia journal.

Ben added the primary ground which gave the house its prized gun-barrel views throughout the harbour.

Ben’s son William (Invoice), who was born within the now eating room in 1932, took over the household printing enterprise. Invoice and spouse Janis then raised their three daughters in the home.

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