Corporate high-flyers sale in Southern Highlands

Corporate high-flyers sale in Southern Highlands
Corporate high-flyers sale in Southern Highlands

Former Bulldogs chief Malcolm Noad and corporate high-flyer wife Holly Kramer have sold their Southern Highlands retreat, Big Sky.

The 40 hectare estate in Paddys River fetched $1,795,000 after spending nearly 180 days on the market through Hindmarsh & Walsh agent Frank Walsh.

The four bedrooms, four bathroom homestead with renovated kitchen has a study and formal and informal living areas.

A newly constructed sunroom leads to the palatial sandstone paved terrace, solar heated, self-cleaning swimming pool and mature established gardens.

There are five paddocks and two dams on the property.

The couple paid $1.2 million for the home in 2005. They traded up in the Southern Highlands in 2015, spending $4.1 million on Woodhurst Green in Glenquarry.

Southern Highlands is now home for Noad and Kramer, who sold their Pymble home for $3.9 million two years ago.

Kramer sits on the boards of AMP, Australia Post and Woolworths. She stepped down from the board of Nine Entertainment earlier this year.

 

 

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