Former Stockland boss scores quick Berry sale

Former Stockland boss scores quick Berry sale
Former Stockland boss scores quick Berry sale

Former Stockland boss Matthew Quinn and wife Julie have scored quick buyers for their Berry weekender, with intentions of upgrading in the NSW South Coast town.

The Berry property, once known as Gladys, spent just 22 days on the market, well down on the town's 86 average.

The Quinn's paid $710,000 for the 1880s country weatherboard.

It has since been restored the heritage home.

The four bedroom quintessential cottage sits in 1070 square metres of gardens.

Carrie Bond at South Coast Properties agent secured the quick sale, though without revealing its sale price.

She described the home as one of the historic village's finest residences, having once accomodated Australian nun Mary McKillop.

Up in Sydney the couple's renovated two bedroom Kirribilli home has been quickly sold too, fetching $3.45 million, just over a year after they paid $2.6 million.

McGrath Neutral Bay agents Nigel Mukhi sold the home.

Quinn was managing director of Stockland for 13 years and is currently a non-executive director of Regis Aged Care, CSR Limited and Landcom, and chairman of Class Limited and Carbonxt Group Limited.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph. 

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