Mike Willesee offloads Darlinghurst investment

Mike Willesee offloads Darlinghurst investment
Mike Willesee offloads Darlinghurst investment

Veteran TV presenter Mike Willesee senior has sold a Darlinghurst investment property for $1,625,000. 

It had been a $1,200 a week rental. 

It had been listed for May 5 auction through BresicWhitney agent Brad Hillier who had a $1.6 million price indication.

Mike Willesee offloads Darlinghurst investment

Willesee's autobiography writes about his first house, which cost $12,000. He recalled hocking a crystal bowl and transistor radio to get by before his first ABC pay check which had doubled his wage at the Daily News.

Willesee, who came to prominence in 1967 as a This Day Tonight reporter for the ABC, and was most famous for hosting A Current Affair, has been tidying up his property portfolio.

The three bedroom bedroom Denham Street home has been in the family since $625,000 was paid in 2002.

Mike Willesee offloads Darlinghurst investment

Earlier this year Willesee sold a 200 square metre Bondi Beach garden apartment for $2,575,000 through Laing+Simmons agent Danny Doff.

It had $2 million hopes for the two bedroom, two bathroom unit that was bought for $1,575,000 in 2011.

Willesee went public last November when he become part of clinical trial for the cancer discovered in his throat, being treated with the revolutionary drug Keytrudo, in combination with more traditional chemotherapy. 

Mike Willesee offloads Darlinghurst investment

 

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