Nicole Kidman expands her Milsons Point penthouse

Nicole Kidman expands her Milsons Point penthouse
Nicole Kidman expands her Milsons Point penthouse

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International actor Nicole Kidman has almost doubled the size of the Milson Point penthouse she occupies with singer Keith Urban – and vastly improves her Sydney Harbour Bridge views.

The 380 square metre 21st floor acquisition high above idyllic Lavender Bay was completed last week at an undeclared price.

Kidman has owned in the Latitude building at Milsons Point since paying about $6 million in 2009 for the neighbouring 418 square metre two-storey (pictured above) apartment.

The initial 21st-floor penthouse acquistion was bought from the Wizard founder Mark Bouris, whose family company bought it off the plan in 2005 for $4.75 million. It was a three bedroom apartment with 2.5 luxuriously appointed bathrooms. The master suite was contained within its own private wing, complete with a marble en suite, dressing area and terrace access.

The additional two bedrooms were upstairs along with an expansive family room.

Kidman has now enlisted the services of Sydney-based interior decorator Blainey North.

Her latest purchase which was not marketed publicly will enhance her southern views of Sydney Harbour. The new acquisition last sold at $4.95 million in 2006, with its latest sale not yet recorded by leading property data bases. Its been mooted that the sale may have been around $7 million.

It was sold by Matthew Dillon who has spent much of his time in the Schindellegi village overlooking Lake Zurich in Switzerland. 

Title Tattle understands the contract was signed in February this year by her longtime lawyer John Picone.

The purchases takes the couple's car parking and basement storage space to 99 sq m. The apartments are the Mirvac-converted 1960s Sharp office block.

Kidman sold her three-storey Darling Point house in 2009 for $12 million. She retains the Bunya Hill homestead estate in the Southern Highlands of NSW.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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