Agents combine for Packer mansion sale

Agents combine for Packer mansion sale

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06 August 2015 by Nick Bendel 0 comments

Two agents have worked together to sell James Packer’s mansion in a deal reportedly worth about $60 million.

REB understands that the transaction was jointly handled by Ken Jacobs from Christie’s International Real Estate and Michael Pallier from Sotheby’s International Realty.

REB contacted the two agents, but both declined to comment, citing confidentiality.

The mansion, in the Sydney suburb of Vaucluse, was built by Mr Packer and his ex-wife Erica Baxter.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the property fetched more than $60 million.

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