Former Stockland boss lists Berry weekender

Former Stockland boss lists Berry weekender
Former Stockland boss lists Berry weekender

Former Stockland boss Matthew Quinn and wife Julie are selling their Berry weekender, seemingly set to upgrade on the NSW South Coast.

Previously dubbed as Gladys, the home is an 1880s country weatherboard, which has been restored by the couple who paid $710,000 four years ago.

The quintessential cottage with colonial heritage sits in 1070 sqm of private sanctuary-like gardens.

Former Stockland boss lists Berry weekender

It is being marketed by South Coast Properties agent Carrie Bond as one of the historic village's finest residences.

The home once accomodated Australian nun Mary McKillop, who has been declared a saint by the Catholic Church.

It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a number of impressive entertaining areas.

Former Stockland boss lists Berry weekender

The listing coincides with the marketing of the couple's Kirribilli terrace, which they've only owned for just over a year.

They're looking at flipping the luxury two bedroom, two bathroom apartment which cost them just over $2.6 million in late 2016.

McGrath Neutral Bay agents Nigel Mukhi and Jordan Black.

Quinn and Julie were downsizing at the time, selling their nearby four level waterfront for $7.2 million.

Quinn retired from Stockland Group in 2012 as one of the longest-serving chief executives in the property sector.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

 

 

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