HISTORIC Trenavin Park, a 33.76 hectare property and mansion in Ventnor was sold on Friday as a private holiday home to one lucky buyer.
Although the sale price is unknown, the property had a $7-$7.7 million price guide.
The property was on the market just three weeks.
Sean said the buyer was Victorian and will continue to use the property as a holiday home and retreat.
CoreLogic records show the secluded property was last sold for $4.25m in September 2008, which was the highest residential sale price achieved in the town of Ventnor.
It is presumed that record has now been beat.
Trenavin Park includes a secluded beachfront, tennis court, a machinery shed, two storage shed and fully restored 1906 chapel, once the original San Remo Church that was transported to the estate 30 years ago.
The main home is a Welsh slate-roofed double storey mansion, built in 1923, in the Arts and Crafts style and is reached by a private Cypress lined driveway.
The kitchen and adjoining open-plan living and dining space has been contemporarily renovated, with French doors opening to a wide veranda.
Surrounded by beautiful gardens, the main house boasts hydronic heating, three large open fireplaces, wood burning heater, contemporary kitchen with original AGA and Italian Bertazzoni oven.
A second home, known as The Cottage, is a three-bedroom property and ideally suited as a guest house or potential Airbnb.