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Historic House for Sale

By Kenn Leong

In Sydney’s eastern suburbs, there is much to gawk at; especially the homes, but there’s one property on sale right now, that you may not want to miss. 15 Olola Avenue, Vaucluse

Where does one even start with a house like this? It’s big, it’s beautiful and here’s there great part: it’s packed with history. Built on the harbour side in the exclusive Vaucluse Peninsula, it is one of the original homes to be built on the historic Wentworth Estate.

WC Wentworth was the new Australian colony’s first native-born politician — and one of its most influential. He was the founding father of self-government in the colony, began its first newspaper and navigated the Blue Mountains. He was also one of its wealthiest citizens — the owner of a magnificent estate and mansion on Sydney’s eastern shoreline, Vaucluse House.

WC Wentworth bought the estate in the 1800’s and although it has been renovated since, it stilkl remains beautiful. The Grand Family Residence in Blue Chip Locale sits on approximately 950m squared and is renowned as one of Sydney’s most coveted pockets of real estate.

Gavin Rubenstein, Associate Director at Ray White Double Bay said “the lucky new owner of this house is sure to only grow his wealth.”

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