Car dealer Steve Nasteski sells Clovelly home for $7 million

Car dealer Steve Nasteski sells Clovelly home for $7 million
Car dealer Steve Nasteski sells Clovelly home for $7 million

The car dealer Steve Nasteski has secured the sale of his home in Clovelly for $7 million.

It sold for just above the $6.5 million price guide offered by Alexander Phillips, of Phillips Pantzer Donnelley.

The Clovelly home was made from four prefab modules designed by architect Pleysier Perkins and transported to the site about a decade ago by Julie and Patrick Eldridge and then featured on Grand Designs Australia in 2012.

It first sold in 2017 for $6 million. Nasteski has made a $12 million sea change with his acquisition of the Wategos beachfront reserve, Whalewatchers from Salmat co-founder Peter Mattock and his wife Pam.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.

 

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