Getting the price right at the start is the key to a quick sale.
That’s no doubt why
Paul Biller of Biller Property was able to clear a Vaucluse home that had been on another agent’s books for six months in just six days for more than $10 million.
When the property was first offered to the market, the guide was $12 million.
But all agree the deal he’s done on the five-bedroom home at 1B Clairvaux Rd is a good one for its owners.
Property records show the home, which has city skyline and Harbour Bridge views, is partly owned by Dandan “Diana” Ren, of development firm Luxeland.
Ms Ren is also a shareholder in Maxfield, which helps China’s wealthy become permanent Australian residents via the significant investor visa program.
The Clairvaux Rd home has been rebuilt since it was purchased for $4.2m in 2013.
The property offers a multitude of indoor and outdoor entertainment areas with world-class finishes and a range of resort-like luxuries.
It comes with a pool, sauna, gym and theatre.
There’s a superb master suite with bath, balcony and built-in wardrobes.
The bathrooms are all marble and the property offers excellent security, airconditioning, several sunny entertainment terraces and a wine cellar.
It’s understood the property has sold to a local Chinese family and Ms Ren is upgrading within the eastern suburbs.