The Belgiorno-Nettis clan sold their lower north shore apartment, but still seek buyers for their family estate

The Belgiorno-Nettis clan sold their lower north shore apartment, but still seek buyers for their family estate
The Belgiorno-Nettis clan sold their lower north shore apartment, but still seek buyers for their family estate

The Belgiorno-Nettis clan sold their waterfront Kirribilli penthouse for $3,665,000 at weekend auction, but have yet to sell their Clontarf holding.

The three-bedroom apartment with views over Careening Cove sold to a local couple through Sotheby’s International who had a $3.4 million guide.

The families' redundant Clontarf beachfront compound, Portovenere, which has been in the family since 1958, just before patriarch Franco Belgiorno-Nettis co-founded Transfield Services, has been listed too.

Portovenere’s Modernist architecture includes a striking pool overlooking Middle Harbour.

Sotheby’s International has a guide of $14 million for the 3668 square metre holding at 1-3 Amiens Road which is for sale by expressions of interest.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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