Storage queen Tina Clark sells to Tim Murray

Storage queen Tina Clark sells to Tim Murray
Storage queen Tina Clark sells to Tim Murray

The storage queen Tina Clark has sold her Tamarama home and bought something a little more snug given her expansionary plans for her company into US markets.

She's still staying by a Sydney beach however, having secured a four bedroom Coogee apartment for $1.92 million through George Savva at LJ Hooker Coogee.

A stickler for the finer things in life, Clark sought out a lock up and leave given the Sagitine storage founder is spending more time overseas.

Her new 197 sqm apartment occupies the entire upper level of a boutique Art Deco block of just five.

Her three-bedroom Birrell Street, Tamarama renovation was bought for $1.43 million in 2003 from the wealthy Australia-based Buckeridge family. Adjoining Tamarama Gully, the 540 sqm property sold for $3 million through Simon Exleton at McGrath Estate Agents. 

Clark, a former New York-based broker, founded Sagitine just three years ago after roles at AMP, Deutsche Bank and Samsung Securities.

She spent a lot of her career in the shopping hubs of New York and Hong Kong and, put simply, couldn't find a storage solution for her prized possessions. So she designed one.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

Residential Sale Coogee

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