Fund manager Charlie Aitken has sold his Darling Point villa

Fund manager Charlie Aitken has sold his Darling Point villa
Fund manager Charlie Aitken has sold his Darling Point villa

The fund manager Charlie Aitken and wife Ellie have sold their Darling Point villa over the weekend, some six months after it hit the market.

After the couple swapped agents, it was offered with revised $11 million hopes through Elliot Placks and Richard Carwin of Ray White Double Bay.

They secured around $10.5 million.

The couple haven't done too badly having bought the five bedroom house, now with Thomas Hamel interiors, for $6.95 million in 2008.

The Mediterranean-style property was bought from William Penfold, the last of the family members to head the country's oldest stationery company, WC Penfold.

The Eastbourne Avenue house sits in gardens deigned by Paul Bangay.

Quite a few other prestige properties came up for sale in Darling Point, prompting their price revision.

They have two children and have told friends they are looking for something with more lawn and a backyard pool. 

 

The home was first listed late September.

 

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Residential Sale

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