Photographer Nicholas Wilson sets Zetland record

Photographer Nicholas Wilson sets Zetland record
Photographer Nicholas Wilson sets Zetland record

The celebrity photographer Nicholas Wilson and his wife Sally have sold their Zetland terrace.

The four-bedroom terrace was tipped to fetch more than $1.65 million through McGrath's Ben Forsyth at its weekend auction.

The $2 million pre-auction sale of 92 Portman Street was a residential sale record for the suburb when a local family purchased the home to take advantage of the Green Square amenities.

The Wilson family wanted more space for their three sons at Kensington. The couple bought the Victorian-era home on Portman Street in 2006 for $729,000.

Nick Wilson’s images have appeared in magazines, newspapers and advertising campaigns across the globe.

Born in Adelaide, South Australia, Nick developed his eye as a photographer while at school. A neighbour was an international photojournalist and brought rolls of film home to process, often with Nick at his side.

At 17 Nick won a cadetship at the Adelaide Advertiser, becoming principal sports photographer. He made the move to Sydney in 1994.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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