Camelot, the 1967 Martin Road, Centennial Park house designed by Nicholas Munster, has finally been sold.
The outstanding example of 1960s architecture last traded for $5.61 million in 2006.
It's been resold at $4.175 million.
It's been bought by Damian Secen, co-chairman of Macquarie Renaissance Infrastructure, through Ballard Property agent Mark Lowe. Renaissance Group specializes in high opportunity emerging markets in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Sub-Saharan Africa, the United Kingdom, the United States and Cyprus.
It had been listed by Dana Swebeck, wife of architect William Zuccon, for sale with $.6 million in October 2010.
It was the iconic home of Ford Pills founder William Rogers. The single-storey, flat-roofed Martin Road house, built to a design by Nicholas Munster, after the land was sold for $36,000 in 1967.
It was first traded for $1,295,000 in 1992 by Rogers' daughter, Joan.