Dancing With the Stars Shark Tank’s Kym Johnson and Robert Herjavec buy Rose Bay pad for $ 13 million
The purchase comes just months after the Schlehubers sold their Bondi Terrace for $ 2.65 million.
This is one of six North Bondi home sales over $ 5 million this year. Billionaire Westfield heiress Monica Saunders-Weinberg, who outbid nine registered buyers to pay $ 6.55 million for a dilapidated freestanding bungalow, joins Schlehuber in the bull run.
D’Leanne Lewis, of Laing + Simmons Double Bay, had a $ 4.2 million guide and a $ 4.5 million stash that no doubt helped lure Seven’s Bruce McWilliam into the competition forcing the result to $ 2 million more than the reserve.
The purchase by Bellevue Hill-based Saunders-Weinberg makes them three local investment properties, including another Hastings Parade house bought a year ago for $ 7.8 million and an apartment in the Cadigal building overlooking Bondi Beach that she bought for $ 4.5 million in 2007. One for each of her three sons, maybe?
Saunders-Weinberg is the daughter of Westfield co-founder John Saunders, who died at the age of 19, bequeathing his fortune to her and her sister, Betty Klimenko. The sisters are tied for 37th on the Australian Financial Review Rich List 200.
The highest home sale in North Bondi was on record in the past fortnight when the home of interior designer Michalle Smith and architect Alex Smith of CSA Architects sold quietly for about $ 22 million.
This is one of the few houses on Ramsgate Avenue overlooking the beach and was renovated by the Smiths 14 years ago.
Sources say it was sold directly, and a disclaimer on the title reveals it was bought by local businesswoman Lenka Dransfield, whose neighboring Bondi Beach house has plans to approve development for a redesign by Smith’s CSA Architects.
Alex Smith denied local reports that his house was bought by Melbourne-based billionaire Anthony Pratt, saying he had nothing to do with it, but declined to comment further on the sale.
Beyond the ruffles and puffed sleeves of Fashion Week, it’s heartwarming to see that there is clearly life beyond the runway for former fashion designer Michael Bracewell.
Bracewell’s designs once dominated the annual fashion festival, but ten years ago he closed his flagship fashion store after the boom in GFC and online shopping and now owns the successful company A Pristine Carpet Clean. .
When Bracewell closed the outlet, he and his wife Caitlin traded their old Drummoyne home for a Federation-era home in Abbotsford overlooking the Parramatta River for $ 1.8 million.
The four-bedroom house has been renovated and expanded in recent years and returned to the market not only in time for Fashion Week, but in the midst of one of Sydney’s biggest property booms with a guide of 4.5 million. dollars via Shad Hassen and Danny Hassen of the agency.
Modernist monument finds new owners
Ceramic artist Odette Ireland and her lawyer husband Andrew Ireland bought the modernist Bowie House monument in Bayview for around $ 6.5 million.
The Roseville couple were one of six parties that submitted bids for what is billed as one of the finest Modernist homes on the Northern Beaches Peninsula, designed by famed architect Peter Hall in the early 1970s, little after completing the Sydney Opera House. Hall took over the design of the Opera House in 1966 after the departure of Jorn Utzon.
Incidentally, Di Jones’ Michael King said two of the six deals on the property had not been seen by expats based in Seattle and France, pushing the result to over $ 1 million. more than the guide from 5 to 5.5 million dollars.
The Irish hail from Double Bay, where their late father, orthopedic surgeon Basil Ireland, long owned the waterfront home purchased from former model sisters, Princess Nike Arrighi Borghese and Luciana Chetwynd.
Woolwich House Trophy on sale
Former Platinum Asset Management chairman Michael Cole said when announcing his retirement last November that “working from home has softened me up and made me think about broader social issues.”
Not only did he offer the job, but now also his longtime home in Woolwich for around $ 13 million through Chris Wilkins of Ray White Drummoyne.
Cole has owned the waterfront residence – a close neighbor of Leighton’s Wal King and attorney George Shad’s Monte Christo estate – since 1984, paying the full $ 460,000 at the time.
The lavish renovation of Potts Point
The Victorian Italianate Potts Point residence owned by Joy Morais, wife of business consultant Wrix Gasteen, is on offer to buyers for more than $ 13 million.
There has been a lavish renovation on the Victoria Street residence at the top of the McElhone Stairs since it was last traded in 2016 for $ 5.55 million. At the time, Morais and Gasteen, former chairman of Northern Territory onshore gas producer Central Petroleum and co-founder of Ikon Corporate, had sold their Lavender Bay home for $ 9.85 million to hiring manager Geoff. Morgan and his wife, Ros.
Jason Boon, from Richardson & Wrench Elizabeth Bay, has set an expression of interest deadline of June 25.
The sale comes just months after Fat Prophets founder and leader Angus Geddes paid $ 11 million for former street backpackers known as Kanga House as part of plans to bring the row back of three Victorian terraces in a private house.
Fintech boss buys Paddo
Fintech entrepreneur Yanir Yakutiel, founder and head of alternative lender Lumi, bought the Paddington home from real estate mogul Denis O’Neil and his wife interior designer, Charlotte.
There’s no disclosure on the recorded sale price, but Georgia Cleary, of Bradfield Cleary, put it in the $ 5 million range after a big renovation by Charlotte.
The O’Neils bought it in 2014 for $ 2.29 million following the sale of their Bellevue Hill trophy home for $ 28 million to billionaire Bob Ell.
Dixon lands at Darling Point
Former Qantas chief Geoff Dixon has further digs after his wife, Dawn, bought an apartment in Darling Point for $ 6,005,000.
The purchase peaked for the 12-apartment block when it was sold by Raine & Alex Lyons from Horne Double Bay, who then listed the couple’s park-side apartment at the bottom of the hill with hopes of $ 10 million and sold it for over $ 11 million to real estate developer Robert Pagliuso and his wife, Leify.
The Dixons turn out to be regular traders, having traded the port’s CBD pad in 2014 for $ 7.45 million to move to Woolloomooloo’s waterfront. They sold this property to buy their old Darling Point home in 2016 for $ 8.65 million to Sandra and Victor Topper of the AI Topper family of skin traders.
This story first appeared at the estate.