$4.255 million secured twice at Sydney weekend auction

$4.255 million secured twice at Sydney weekend auction
$4.255 million secured twice at Sydney weekend auction

Sydney's lower north shore had two properties selling under the hammer on Saturday for $4.255 million.

They were at the auctions of 19 Dettman Ave, Longueville (above) and 71 Carlotta St, Greenwich (below).

.255 million secured twice at Sydney weekend auction

Both through McGrath Lane Cove selling agent Brent Courtney. 

The four-bedroom house at Longueville was designed by Walter Barda overlooking Tambourine Bay.

The sale exceeded the $3.9 million reserve and the initial $3.4 million price guidance.

It sold to expats who are moving back from New York, News Ltd papers reported.

Upsizers secured the five-bedroom house in Greenwich from the recently appointed Spotless chief Martin Sheppard and his wife, Donna, now based in Melbourne.

Brent Courtney secured the that sale price under the same hammer for the Longueville home of Amanda Roche, wife of SNP Security boss Thomas Roche.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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