Former Quiksilver boss Bruce Raymond sells Clareville trophy

Former Quiksilver boss Bruce Raymond sells Clareville trophy
Former Quiksilver boss Bruce Raymond sells Clareville trophy

The pro surfer and former Quiksilver boss Bruce Raymond and his wife Janice have sold their Clareville trophy home for about $9 million.

The sale came just weeks after relisting it with reduced $9.5 million hopes.

With views to the north up Pittwater to Lion Island, it had last traded in 2004 for $6.05 million.

The couple had then added the boat house and jetty.

The house had been designed by architect Sean Gartner for Benwarin Wines owners Allan and Janneke Bagley.

The 1330 sq m Hudson Parade holding on the tip of Taylors Point initially came with hopes of setting a $13 million plus suburb record.

This article first appeared in the Sunday Telegraph.

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