Prestige Clontarf sale falls over

Prestige Clontarf sale falls over
Prestige Clontarf sale falls over

The $9 million plus sale of the Clontarf home belonging to Bradley Hunt, part of the Primo Smallgoods family, has fallen over.

It sold late last year, down on its $10.5 million initial asking price three years prior, but the prospective buyer has backed out.

The Gordon Street home, bought by Hunt for $8.7 million from Citigroup exec Paul Sangar a decade a go, has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a full-sized billiards room, swimming pool and cinema.

It's back up for sale with Cunninghams agent James Haywood with a $9 million to $9.5 million guide.

Hunt, son of John Hunt who co-founder Primo Smallgoods, and wife Kylie are now based in Cremorne where they bought the waterfront estate from billionaire Bob Ell for $11.2 million in 2015.

 

 

 

 

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