Former Stockland boss' windfall Kirribilli flip

Former Stockland boss' windfall Kirribilli flip
Former Stockland boss' windfall Kirribilli flip

The former Stockland boss Matthew Quinn and wife Julie have snappily sold their renovated Kirribilli terrace for $3.45 million.

It's a quick flip for the couple, who only paid $2.6 million in late 2016.

McGrath Neutral Bay agent Nigel Mukhi had a guide of $2.9 million. After 90 groups went through and it sold to downsizers from Pymble.

The Quinn's are also selling their Berry weekender, an 1880s country weatherboard, which has been restored by the couple who paid $710,000 four years ago.

They're set to upgrade and base themselves in the South Coast village.

Quinn stepped down from Stockland Group in 2012.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

 

 

 

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