Mærsk’s private home sold for undisclosed amount

Charlottenlund property goes to anonymous buyer

After being put on the market with an asking price of 24 million kroner in May, the home of the Danish shipping magnate Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller has now been sold to an anonymous buyer, Børsen reports.

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The estate agent Ivan Eltoft Nielsen confirmed to the newspaper that the property had been sold but, due to an agreement with the buyer, declined to disclose the sale price or the identity of the buyer.

The property, situated in Charlottenlund, comprises a 635 sqm nine-room house on 4,710 sqm of land and was valued at 28.5 million kroner. The sale is thought to be one of the biggest of the year.