Recruitment power couple make Watsons Bay moves

Recruitment power couple make Watsons Bay moves
Recruitment power couple make Watsons Bay moves

Recruitment power couple Joel Barbuto and Shayne Coffey, bosses at Gough Recruitment, have pulled their Watsons Bay house from auction.

Barbuto and Coffey had reimagined the weatherboard fisherman’s cottage with pool that dates back to the 1840s.

It has $4 million hopes.

Recruitment power couple make Watsons Bay moves

They’ve opted to push their auction to September 24, through Ray White TRG agents Gavin Rubinstein and Oliver Lavers.

Meanwhile, they’re believed to have bought just along the foreshore strip, purchasing the near $10 million home belonging to Max and Rosemary Farr-Jones, parents of former rugby player Nick Farr-Jones.

Recruitment power couple make Watsons Bay moves

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph. 

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