The Vaucluse house of businessman Alex Ma that bought this week was snapped up sight unseen for $31m by an Aussie expat primarily based in Chicago.
The girl, believed to be aged in her 30s, is planning to quickly return house along with her American lawyer husband to the luxurious seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom Hermitage Property house at 20A Vaucluse Road.
And what a house to return again to — designed by the famend architect, Bruce Stafford, the residence has been designed to maximise its world class Sydney Harbour views and has a cinema, heated pool, raise, fitness center and sauna plus parking for 12 vehicles.
The property, which Ma purchased for $26.5 million in 2017 — was first listed final February after Ma, 30, had snapped up two waterfront properties on Carrara Rd for $56 million in late 2018.
Brokers Peter Leipnik and Alex George of BadgerFox, had declared the home bought final March, however the Australian-based purchaser couldn’t full and the deal fell over.
Leipnik and George had maintained that the unique alternate was for $30m. Different sources stated it had been $28m.
The brokers relisted it in July this 12 months with the identical $30m information with a deliberate August public sale that by no means eventuated, however an Instagram publish on Monday indicated they’d discovered a purchaser above that information.
Leipnik and George have refused to disclose the identification of the customer.
However sources have advised the Wentworth Courier purchaser’s agent Simon Cohen had been scouting the jap suburbs for an acceptable house for the couple.