Paddy Coughlan sells the Lady Hampshire Hotel, Camperdown to Joey's syndicate

Paddy Coughlan sells the Lady Hampshire Hotel, Camperdown to Joey's syndicate
Paddy Coughlan sells the Lady Hampshire Hotel, Camperdown to Joey's syndicate

A syndicate of five former students from St Joseph's, Hunters Hill has bought the Lady Hampshire Hotel at Camperdown.

The buyers are cellar master, Greg Parker, Chris Traill, former chief concierge of Sydney’s Park Hyatt, Matthew Comensoli, Andrew Rigney and David Vaughan.

They were at the school in the early to mid 1990s.

“From boarding school to the boardroom this group of mates has enjoyed consistent results, with the Lady Hampshire the next chapter to be written in this success story," Parker told the pub website, pubtic.com.au.

The Parramatta Road hotel was sold by hotelier Paddy Coughlan.

Coughlan intends concentrating on his new beverage enterprise, Frank Strongs.

Coughlan retains the Lord Gladstone and Botany View Hotel.

Camperdown’s Hampshire Hotel was reopened in 2016 by Coughlan’s Bourke St group, then rebranded the Lady Hampshire to complement nearby sister venue the Lord Gladstone.

Manenti Quinlan’s Nick Butler brokered the introduction of The Lady to the former St Joseph’s students.

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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