Seven chief Tim Worner sells redundant Manly home

Seven chief Tim Worner sells redundant Manly home
Seven chief Tim Worner sells redundant Manly home

Seven chief Tim Worner has secured the sale of his redundant Manly property having bought closer to the ocean.

Warner paid $9.5 million for the Bower Street home.

His house, which sold mid-week had a price guide of between $6 million to $6.6 million, and sold for a bit higher.

Spread over three glass-wrapped levels, the architecturally designed home had heated pool set in tropical landscaped gardens. 

McGrath Manly agent Jake Rowe sold the home in conjunction with Belle Property.

Worner had paid $1.035 million for in 2000.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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Manly Residential Sale

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