Greek Australian, Peter Andrews, sells Vaucluse house for $34.5 million

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Andrews Meat wholesaler, Peter Andrews, and his wife Irene, have sold their Vaucluse house for $34.5 million this week, Domain reports.

The sale of the couple’s grand Mediterranean-style house on 1200 square metres with a swimming pool ends almost half a century of ownership, since it last traded in 1974 when sold by the Gehrig family for $173,000.

Peter Andrews owns Andrews Meat.

Sources pinned the sale on Laing+Simmons Double Bay’s D’Leanne Lewis and Jacob Hannon, although details on the buyer remain shrouded in mystery.

READ MORE: ‘A loss to old Sydney’: Vaucluse mansion once owned by Greeks demolished.

The Andrews house sale is set to be the second highest in Vaucluse this year, just topped by the $35 million sale of the Hillside Avenue mansion owned by Hong Kong arts patron, Yang Yang.

Source: Domain.

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