Australia: The Hughenden Boutique Hotel in Woollahra, NSW, has sold after being on the market for three months.
The property was initially marketed for $21 million, although the final sale price has not been confirmed by agents Stonebridge Property Group.
agents Lincoln Blackledge and Philip Gartland unable to confirm or comment on the sale.
Before its latest incarnation as a hotel, the 140-year-old property has operated as a family home, a school, a masonic hall, a dance hall and a boarding house.
When the property was first listed earlier this year Lincoln Blackledge Of Stonebridge said both international and local buyers were interested.
The main house was originally built by Dr. Frederick Harrison Quaife. It was converted in to a hotel by but converting the children’s author Susanne Gervay, known for her I am Jack series.
The 32-room property includes a restaurant, bar, function spaces and galleries.