Moelis merchant banker Andrew Martin sells Darling Point for Paddo emporium

Moelis merchant banker Andrew Martin sells Darling Point for Paddo emporium
Moelis merchant banker Andrew Martin sells Darling Point for Paddo emporium

Moelis managing director Andrew Martin and his wife Kate secured around $7.5 million for their Darling Point home last weekend through McGrath agent Ben Collier.

The couple paid $825,000 for the freestanding 1900's home and added a heated swimming pool.

The 525 sqm property has five bedrooms and three bathrooms.

The Martins are off to Paddington having paid around $10.5 million for the the converted furniture emporium sold by billionaire tech entreprenuer Mike Cannon-Brookes and wife, Annie late last year. 

Andrew has over 20 years of experience globally including roles at UBS and with Rothschild. 

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