Michelle Bridges apartment settles at $6.4 million

Michelle Bridges apartment settles at $6.4 million
Michelle Bridges apartment settles at $6.4 million

The Potts Point apartment of the fitness guru Michelle Bridges has been settled, with the price revealed as a bullish $6.4 million.

The Macleay St Pomeroy apartment sold off-market earlier this year, with its settlement occurring earlier this month.

“Moving forward,” she told her social media followers. Bridges continues production of her five-minute Big W sponsored cardio videos for lockdown, the most recent being viewed 60,000 times.

Bridges, who has a $2.7 million Kangaloon, Southern Highlands home, held the apartment in her own name.

It was bought in 2013 with then business manager and husband Bill Moore for $2.9 million.

They split after nine years of marriage in 2013. Bridges later shared the abode with Steve “Commando” Willis, her Biggest Loser colleague, until their estrangement, which emerged early this year.

It was once owned by interior designers Marco ­Meneguzzi and Michael Love.

The apartment has been bought by Prue and Simon Perrott.

He spent 30 years in investment banking including ABM Amro. The couple had previously rented in the complex, after selling in Mosman for $7.85 million.

Pomeroy’s latest listing is by the former Future Fund member Susan Doyle who also moved in after selling in Mosman for $7.1 million.

They bought for $4.25 million from the music industry executive Janine Ashton in 2017 after local Richardson & Wrench agent Jason Boon took 358 days to find his buyers.

Boon told Mark Bouris’s Straight Talk podcast that he’s just had his third-best month in 15 years in commission take. But he expressed doubt on the suburb’s future.

“I don’t even know how to explain the capital gains in Potts Point. Everyone keeps ringing me back and wanting more each time and I keep on getting it … but it’s going to end … it’s got to stop,” he said.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.

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