Bill Gurry's Darling Point apartment sold for $5.35 million

Bill Gurry's Darling Point apartment sold for $5.35 million
Bill Gurry's Darling Point apartment sold for $5.35 million

Now dividing his time between South Yarra and Shoreham, the Rabo Bank chairman Bill Gurry sold his Sydney bolthole last week for $5.35 million.

It was called on the market at $4.05 million.

The Darling Point apartment has acted as Gurry's Sydney base for 12 years having paid $2.15 million in 2005 when he joined the bank board.

Set in the 1940s Storington building, the 173 sqm Harbour Bridge view apartment has four bedrooms.

Gurry, who was previously chairman at USB, has owned at South Yarra home since paying $970,000 in 2001.

He owns a $3.2 million seven hectare estate in Shoreham on the Mornington Peninsula, having sold his former country property Larnoo, a 1643ha farm running a 900-cow herd of Angus and Stablizer-cross cattle, to a Brighton syndicate in 2015.

Gurry has been the Rabo Bank chairman since 2009. 

He has previously held senior positions at Potter Warburg, National Mutual Royal Bank and Capel Court Corporation.

Gurry sits on the boards of the Melbourne University Law School Foundations and Financial Markets Foundation for Children.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian Mansion Australia section.

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