A Chinese couple spent 2460 million to photograph a mansion by the sea in Sydney!
When most of the young people in their 20s were still working as social animals, a Chinese couple under 30 years old in Australia already had several companies under their name, and they even spent 2460 million to photograph a luxury house in Sydney, which was refreshed in one fell swoop. The record of Australian house auctions!
9月份时，已故日本商人Akihiko Terada位于悉尼Vaucluse的豪宅开拍，豪宅位于42 Vaucluse Road，占地1085平米，有5间卧室，带网球场和泳池，关键是这栋豪宅的View超棒，可以包揽歌剧院及海港大桥美景！据悉，这栋豪宅上一次交易是在2013Years，当时的成交价是1133万。
The house is represented by Michael Pallier, the agent of Sotheby's International. Before the auction, he told the media: the guide price is 1100 million Australian dollars, the seller's reserve price is 1400 million Australian dollars, but the starting price reached an astonishing 1300 million Australian dollars!As a result, a total of 25 buyers registered to bid, but 13 of them did not bid at all, leaving 12 local buyers with an increase of 10 Australian dollars each time!
In the end, it turned into a three-way fight. Except for one local Australian, the remaining two were Chinese buyers. In the end, the Chinese couple won for 2460 million Australian dollars!The identity of the couple has been kept secret until this week, Domain finally revealed their identities: husband L, 26 years old this year, wife Y, 29 years old this year, they registered a company called Hung Jia Investments in 2017, the company After a few months of registration, they spent A$1000 million to buy the penthouse on the top two floors of Swissotel in the CBD. This penthouse also has a beautiful view of the Harbour Bridge.
A year ago, they established a company called MK4 Real Pty Ltd.This time they spent 2460 million to buy the mansion again, which also broke the Australian real estate auction record. The old record is: in 2009, the media magnate Lachlan Murdoch spent 2300 million to buy a building called Le Manoir in the Bellevue Hill district of Sydney. Mansion.
Seeing properties worth tens of millions of dollars at every turn, the editor really lost the strength to move bricks, and asked weakly, can moving bricks for a lifetime buy someone else's bathroom?
Editor: Xiaoyin, Melody (The pictures on this topic are all from the Internet)
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