Australian Women's Weekly editor-in-chief Kim Doherty sells Tamarama unit pre-auction

Australian Women's Weekly editor-in-chief Kim Doherty sells Tamarama unit pre-auction
Australian Women's Weekly editor-in-chief Kim Doherty sells Tamarama unit pre-auction

The recently appointed editor-in-chief of The Australian Women’s Weekly, Kim Doherty (nee Wilson) and her husband, Guardian Australia journalist Ben Doherty secured the pre-auction sale of their Tamarama apartment, as they are trading up in the eastern suburbs.

Listed with an $800,000 to $875,000 guide, Bethwyn Richards of McGrath Estate Agents secured $920,000.

The former editor-in-chief of New Idea - who was also a regular on Sunrise as one of “Kochie’s Angels” - had purchased the Stonehaven apartment in 2007 for $515,000.

She'd undertaken an upgrade of the internal finishes. Its north-facing curved sunroom was converted into a nursery for daughter Molly.

Doherty was named as the new editor-in-chief of AWW in February, taking over from her former boss Helen McCabe.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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