The four-bedroom terrace with no parking, which she bought in 2017 for $1.762 million to house guest artists exhibiting at her nearby private White Rabbit Gallery, was originally listed at $2.2 million to $2.4 million.
Space Property’s Caleb Poka increased the guide’s amount to $2.5 million more recently, only to see six bids submitted as part of the expressions of interest campaign.
Neilson is a huge Chippendale fan, having first become familiar with the area while working at Grace Bros on Broadway 30 years ago.
Among his extensive portfolio of local properties is his designer home, Indigo Slam, an iconic residence designed by architect William Smart that won the nation’s highest honor in housing in 2016, the Robin Boyd Award for Architecture residential.
Dominion Designer Buyer
Interior designer Edwina Withers, who runs Italian kitchen and bathroom design company Boffi Studio, is the rumored $14.175 million buyer of the penthouse atop Darlinghurst’s Dominion building.
The three-bedroom spread did well at its hotly contested auction in March. Richardson & Wrench’s Jason Boon kicked things off with a $12 million bid and buyer’s agent Deb West reportedly secured the sale from two other registered bidders.
Saying that the same apartment last traded for $9.85 million two years ago when it was bought by gold trader David Baker and Berry farmer Craig Hollway.
Widow of investor and property developer Andrew Towzell, Withers leaves Bronte, where she sold her designer home for $15.5 million to human rights lawyer Bassina Farbenblum and her husband, Andy Kuper, founder and head of the LeapFrog investment fund.
Short stay at McMahons Point
Former Perth multimillionaire Sue Gibson didn’t last long at the McMahons Point pad she bought a year ago for $7.8million.
The three-bedroom dig at Bradfield’s exclusive building is back up for grabs with an $8.5million guide, given that it was left largely redundant by Southern Highlands-based Gibson.
Gibson’s former home in Perth was the Dalkeith Mansion, built for the late Alan Bond and sold by Gibson in 2018 for $27.5 million following his split from mining magnate Steve Wyatt. Atlas’ Adrian Bridges is auctioning it on May 14.
AAAW withdraws from Brindley Park
Six years after China-backed Australian agribusiness Aulong Auniu Wang bought the Hunter Valley’s historic Brindley Park, the iconic property has been spun off from the sprawling pastoral estate and put up for sale for $15million .
The historic 2000 hectare property on the Merriwa River is one of the oldest sheep ranching operations in the country. in 2009.
Sharebroker Greg Moore and his wife, Libby, sold the lot in 2016 for $21.5 million to AAAW Group, a subsidiary of Chinese retail giant Dashang Group, to be part of its export business of food products to its approximately 300 stores in China.
Richard Royle of Cullen Royle said the 300-acre subdivision of the various historic homes and farms was offered for $15 million.
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