Celebrity chef Guillaume Brahimi new Watsons Bay digs

Celebrity chef Guillaume Brahimi new Watsons Bay digs
Celebrity chef Guillaume Brahimi new Watsons Bay digs

One of the current Sydney hotspots is the quaint surrounds of Watsons Bay, not that there's much selection.

Indeed the last listing in the tight knit village was the $4.5 million investment of Ken Dalley, the entrepreneurial son of John Dalley.

The 1840s Cove Street cottage had undergone a remarkable Durlach Block re-design since sold at $2.6 million in 2014.

The three bedroom home is divided in to two private pavilions, built around a sunny north facing central courtyard.

There's whispers it will be the home of the celebrated chef Guillaume Brahimi who currently rents just a few doors away.

Justin and Dom Hind, co-founders of the WiTH Collective digital advertising agency, have the only fresh offering, with their relisted home, exquisitely timed for its Belle cover this month.

Having sought $15 million-plus last August they’ve signed up with Michael Pallier at Sotheby’s International on their latest marketing campaign with $17 million hopes.

They paid $9 million for the then home of fashion designer Collette Dinnigan and Bradley Cocks in late 2016.

The Hinds had Weir Phillips Architects undertake a $5 million transformation.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.

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