US-bound artists Marc and Gillie Schattner list Centennial Park trophy home

US-bound artists Marc and Gillie Schattner list Centennial Park trophy home
US-bound artists Marc and Gillie Schattner list Centennial Park trophy home

The New York-bound contemporary artistic duo Marc and Gillie Schattner are set to flip their Centennial Park trophy home they bought just last May.

The couple paid $6.5 million buying the 1920s Federation home from the entrepreneur Peter O'Connell and modelling agent Kathy Ward.

The Lang Road homes has five bedrooms, a home office and a pool on its 835 square metre block.

US-bound artists Marc and Gillie Schattner list Centennial Park trophy home

The New York-bound Gillie and Marc are famous for their animal sculptures which are scattered throughout the home which, after a minor update, Laing + Simmons Double Bay agent D'Leanne Lewis has scheduled for June 25 auction.

The Schattner's did well on their prior flip in Bellevue Hill in 2016. 

They paid $3.9 million for the three level home selling 11 months later for $5.75 million on Suttie Road.

US-bound artists Marc and Gillie Schattner list Centennial Park trophy home

It's a busy time on Lang Road, where tech billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes sold his renovated home, Braelin for around $17 million.

The Double Bay-bound Cannon-Brookes and wife Annie are set to spend more time in San Francisco, where Atlassian, the billionaire dollar company he co-founded has its US HQ.

The 1920s home cost the couple $12 million in 2015.

US-bound artists Marc and Gillie Schattner list Centennial Park trophy home

Another recent sale saw Westpac executive Michael Sirmai and lawyer wife Rebecca Finkelstein pay around $12 million for the home of signage industry boss Peter White and his wife Julianne, who had paid just over $2 million back in 2001.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.  

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