The Jenner House, a historic Potts Point mansion is returning to the market for an estimated $34 million. Luxury car dealer and racehorse owner Terry Mullens and wife, Wendy purchased the home 12 years ago for $15 million from horse breeder Tony Peterson.
The Macleay Street estate is featured on one of the suburbs largest blocks of land, an estimated 1,900 square metres and features impressive harbour views. The five-bedroom, five-bathroom home was built and designed by Edmund Blacket in 1871. In 1877, a third floor addition was designed by Thomas Rowe. In 1999, the property was added to the NSW State Heritage Register and has been known by various names over its 150 year history. These names include “Fleet Club, Stramshall, Jenner Private Hospital, Kurragheen and Lugano.”
The estimated $34 million price guide for the Jenner House has been based off the sale of another Potts Point mansion, the Bomera. This estate was purchased two years ago by Sanjeev Gupta, an Indian-born British businessman for $34 million. The sale was managed by sales agent Bill Malouf, LJ Hooker Double Bay, who will also represent the sale of the Jenner house on behalf of property owners Terry and Wendy Mullen.