Luxury Bondi 'lighthouse' penthouse apartment sold

Luxury Bondi 'lighthouse' penthouse apartment sold
Luxury Bondi 'lighthouse' penthouse apartment sold

One of the luxury “lighthouse” apartments in the Bondi Pacific has been onsold. 

It's been purchased by prestige car dealer, turned passionate art collector, Steven Nasteski and cabaret singer wife, Alisa Grey who've been looking for somewhere to showcase their rather large Brett Whitley painting of Bondi Beach.

The penthouse apartment was offloaded by Tom Hall, the poker player, who'd paid $10.345 million in 2012.

Robert Page of Black Diamondz Property Concierge was the selling agent, alongside Cae Thomas, of the corner penthouse that has views from the beach to Bondi Icebergs.

The four-bedroom apartment 502/180 Campbell Parade had $12 million hopes, with the sale price undisclosed.

Steven and Alisa's six panel Whitley painting, Bondi 1987-1992 is the masterpiece that was left behind at the studio when Brett passed away in 1992. It was bought directly from his widow, Wendy.

Steven was known to have a desire to hang the work where Brett would have wanted the masterpiece hung.

Bondi Pacific was developed by Allen Linz of Rebel Property Group and Eduard Litver of Capit.el Group with eight penthouses coined “lighthouses."

The last unsold ones include a potential amalgamation that is soon to hit the market. 

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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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