Ken Jacobs Breaks Record for Australian Suburb Sale with a Gorgeous Cremorne Residence Sold for $16.5 Million
Posted by Carys Adams — March 22, 2016
NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA - Ken Jacobs exceeds suburb sales record by $3 million with the sale of the property in Cremorne at $16.5 million in March.
The epitome of Sydney waterfront luxury this extraordinary residence relishes an absolute harbourfront position with inspiring views across boat filled Long Bay and Middle Harbour, and boasts deep water frontage with jetty and pontoon. Displaying flawless design by acclaimed architects Phil Corben and Shahe Simonian, the residence showcases over 1,000sqm of living space, with an exceptionally versatile floorplan that can be adapted for any occasion. Positioned in an idyllic cul-de-sac amid other exclusive homes, the majestic location is less than 8km to the City CBD and moments to shopping, schools and public transport to the city.
About Ken Jacobs
Ken Jacobs is one of the foremost figures in Australian real estate, a consummate professional who has been responsible for many of the nation's largest and most important property transactions. For more than three decades Ken has been entrusted with the sale of some of the most significant homes and estates in Australia and, in return, has achieved numerous Australian price records for his vendors. In 2014 Ken delivered the top three residential sales and in 2015 continued this extraordinary run of success by setting a new Australian residential record, followed by the second highest sale of the year. This was backed by an array of regional records.