Oscar Done tipped to trade up to $5.8 million Watsons Bay home

Oscar Done tipped to trade up to $5.8 million Watsons Bay home
Oscar Done tipped to trade up to $5.8 million Watsons Bay home

Oscar Done, son of the iconic Sydney artist Ken Done, is tipped to be trading up Watsons Bay homes.

He's reputedly spent $5.8 million on a 1995-built, but still contemporary designer home sold late last year through Bradfield Cleary agent Georgia Cleary.

Done and his sister Camilla runs the family’s property development business Cadmium Property Group.

He has been at Watsons Bay since 2006 having purchased a Pacific Street cottage on 320 sqm for $2.5 million, which doesn't appear to have been yet offered for sale.

Camilla bought at Watsons Bay in 2008 for $2.4 million.

Oscar Done tipped to trade up to .8 million Watsons Bay home

The siblings $40 million Surry Hills project will be launched next month.

It is an amalgamated 432-442 Elizabeth Street site with 27 aparments for sale through CBRE agent Ben Stewart in the block to be known as The Surry.

The preliminary prices will range from $875,000 for a one-bedroom aparment up to $2.1 million for a three-bedroom.

The Done family secured the site for $9.25 million in 2015.

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