Former Telstra chief Ted Pretty buys Point Piper bolthole

Former Telstra chief Ted Pretty buys Point Piper bolthole
Former Telstra chief Ted Pretty buys Point Piper bolthole

Former Telstra chief Ted Pretty has found a Point Piper bolthole having sold his Woollahra home.

The newly appointed chief executive of data security firm, Covata has spent $2.36 million on a designer apartment in the 1930s Troon building.

The two bedroom apartment on prestigious Wunulla Road has been reinvented for modern living by Joshua Penn and Benjamin Palmer.

It features a wide entry hall, large living room with TV and designer gas fireplace and a dining room that can seat 12 people.

Ray White Double Bay agent Elliott Placks secured the sale.

Pretty sold his Woollahra home set in Myles Baldwin gardens for $4 million last year after originally listing the home in 2014.

This article first appeared in the Daily Telegraph.

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