Audience researcher David Castran sells The Wedge House, Whale Beach

Audience researcher David Castran sells The Wedge House, Whale Beach
Audience researcher David Castran sells The Wedge House, Whale Beach

The Wedge House, one of Whale Beach’s most identifiable properties, sold 24 hours ahead of its scheduled weekend auction.

The initial price guide had been $2.95 million with LJ Hooker agent David Edwards securing $3.15 million.

The buyer was a  professional northern beaches couple who plan to move into the property as a primary residence.
It was sold by the TV audience researcher David Castran who listed as his time in Melbourne was now featuring far more in his work schedule.

Castran, dubbed “the TV doctor”, paid $2.92 million only five months ago.

Architect Peter Stutchbury and colleague Marika Jarv designed The Wedge House.

It was built between 1998 and 2000 for Deon and Kim Huber, co-founders of not-for-profit organisation Living Ocean.

The eco-friendly three-bedroom home is designed with two wedges that extend in opposite directions.

It sits in gardens designed by Pape Landscape.

David Edwards said the resale price indicated that the Palm Beach/Whale Beach market is up close to 10 percent over the last six months., "particularly in the $2.5 million to $4 million price range." 

This article was first published in the Daily Telegraph. 

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