Misho and Associates trophy home on Rose Bay sells at $14,875,000

Misho and Associates trophy home on Rose Bay sells at $14,875,000
Misho and Associates trophy home on Rose Bay sells at $14,875,000

In Sydney's Rose Bay, the beachfront home of the Dupree family fetched $14,875,000 at its 40 minute long auction when sold mid-last week to the Fuller family.

Its Ray White Double Bay listing agents Michael Finger and Diane Wilson had four bidders, with one only entering after it was called on the market at $14.5 million by auctioneer James Keenan.

The property previously traded four decades ago when bought by the late arts patron Annette Dupree with the family undertaking a $1 million redesign by Misho and Associates around 10 years ago.

Annette Dupree, nee Fielding-Jones, was a journalism cadet on the Sydney Morning Herald in the 1950s, and wrote the first architectural features in the paper.

Her home was a Pettit & Sevitt-built home on the Collins Avenue, Rose Bay foreshore.

 

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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