Edgecliff institution A. R. Irwin Violins purchases new home

Edgecliff institution A. R. Irwin Violins purchases new home
Edgecliff institution A. R. Irwin Violins purchases new home

Edgecliff institution A. R. Irwin Violins has found new accommodation.

It has purchased 222 New South Head Road, Edgecliff. 

It was founded in 1987 by Allen Irwin after studying instrument making in London and Sydney.

Irwin Violins has made, restored and supplied string instruments of all kinds to musicians and artistic communities all around the world, including the likes of Joshua Bell and Maxim Vengerov.

After 30 years the new purchase is less than 100 metres from his former location.

The deal was negotiated by Matt Pontey, of Colliers International in conjunction with David Canelas of Krulis Commercial. 

Allen Irwin (pictured below, right) said: "We have been a part of the local Edgecliff community for many years, and are pleased to be in a position where we can to continue to serve and do business in an area that we love."  

Edgecliff institution A. R. Irwin Violins purchases new home 

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