A luxury townhouse in Melbourne, used by the late media tycoon Kerry Packer as his office, is on the market for $1.9 million.
It’s one of four townhouses in Richmond where network GTV9 was located between 1955 and 2011.
According to Marshall White listing agent Jack Stean, the townhouse is where Packer set up his Melbourne office during his time as the boss of Channel Nine.
The property spans two levels and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms as well as two parking spaces and is considered “the best of the development with the biggest courtyard and north sun exposure”.
It is being listed after changing hands three years ago for an undisclosed amount.
Here are photos from the property below.
The luxury townhouse is situated in a historic block which was home to a Heinz factory before it became the site for Channel 9.
The residence happens to occupy the site of Kerry Packer’s former office.
In 2013, Lend Lease redeveloped it into a medium-density residential village.
The townhouse is one of four townhouses on the site and comes with three bedrooms, a powder room, two bathrooms and two parking spaces.
Inside, the place has been fitted with timber floorboards and features arched windows and high ceilings.
Stean said the sale price of the property would be in the “vicinity of $1,900,000”.
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