Social commentator Catharine Lumby snappily sells in Vaucluse

Social commentator Catharine Lumby snappily sells in Vaucluse
Social commentator Catharine Lumby snappily sells in Vaucluse

Feminist professor and NRL gender adviser Catharine Lumby and her lawyer husband Duncan Fine have snappily sold their Vaucluse home.

The Hillside Avenue cost the longstanding social commentator $3.74 million in 2014 and sold well before its scheduled auction by the Bellevue Hill-bound couple.

Belle Property Double Bay agent Albert Sassoon sold the solid brick 1940s home for just under $5 million.

It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a swimming pool.

Lumby has been advising the NRL on cultural change and education programs for players since 2004.

Lumby had entered academia in 2000 after being a journalist.

She sits on the Council of the National Museum of Australia.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph.

 

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