PHOTO: The Espie Dods-designed residence of Prue MacLeod is officially up for grabs for $15 million. Photo: Supplied

Rupert Murdoch’s eldest daughter Prue MacLeod knows well the demands of juggling both UK-based adult children and her husband Alasdair’s pastoral concerns in the state’s north, both of which now leave her Sydney home all but redundant.

And so it is that six years after she bought a designer residence in the heart of Woollahra village, she has invited Domain to the property for an exclusive sneak peek ahead of this week’s official launch for $15 million. (As one does when dad’s News Corp is majority owner of Domain’s only property competitor.)

And if The Agency’s Ben Collier happens to get the deal over the line before June 30 when expats and overseas Australian home owners no longer qualify for a capital gains tax exemption on their primary residence, then all the better.

The Queen Street residence includes two separate and free-standing houses on almost 1000 square metres.