O'Neil's Point Piper boatshed sells after $33 million hopes

O'Neil's Point Piper boatshed sells after $33 million hopes
O'Neil's Point Piper boatshed sells after $33 million hopes

Expected to be the most expensive boatshed in Australia, the Point Piper estate of the O'Neil family has finally sold.

The Wunulla Road property only comes with a boatshed as some sort of accomodation on its 2000 sqm harbourfront parcel. There's a pool, and four marina berths.

O'Neil's Point Piper boatshed sells after  million hopes

It's been in the O'Neil family since it traded for £9,000 in 1958. Back then it was sold by Polish-born World War II survivors Dr Ignacy Listwan and his wife Elvira.

The O'Neils secured the waterfront when added a third title in 1973. They paid $21,500.

The sale price is unconfirmed with the offering recently taken down from websites.

It took more than three years to sell since its initial offering.

There were initial $33 million hopes, but it's concluded the final result likely fell short.

 

 

 

 

 

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