Buyer of former Wallaby Paul Darveniza's Centennial Park home emerge

Buyer of former Wallaby Paul Darveniza's Centennial Park home emerge
Buyer of former Wallaby Paul Darveniza's Centennial Park home emerge

Morgan Stanley’s Bryce Thompson and JBWere’s Renata Das have emerged as the mystery buyer of a former Wallaby’s Centennial Park home.

They paid $7.25 million for the Lang Rd, Centennial Park, home of former Wallaby Paul Darveniza.

The Residence also had a second residence on its 1080 sqm block.

It sold for $7.25 million in May through Ray White Double Bay agent, Nic Krasnostein and colleague Alan Fettes.

Darveniza, is an associate professor and neurologist at St Vincent’s, and his wife, Anne Charteris, also a doctor, are moving to a garden apartment in The Benson in Rose Bay that cost $4.25m off-the-plan.

They’d lived at the six-bedroom home set behind a sandstone fence for 23 years.

They paid $1.6m in 1997.

The Centennial Park mansion is an investment for the couple who planning to stay in Paddington home that they bought for $3.18m in 2015.

Marketing material suggests the property will likely see the main house renting out for $3000 a week and the second home $1000 a week.

Darveniza was one of seven Wallabies known as the “magnificent seven”.

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