Ben Collier sells Corinth, the Woollahra trophy home 10 days pre-auction

Ben Collier sells Corinth, the Woollahra trophy home 10 days pre-auction
Ben Collier sells Corinth, the Woollahra trophy home 10 days pre-auction

Gene Sherman, who runs the Sherman Centre for Culture and Ideas, and her husband Brian have snappily sold their Woollahra home which was listed with $16 million hopes.

Their home is Corinth, an 1880s home that set an $11 million record in 2007.

The grand Victorian has six bedrooms, four bathrooms and an internal courtyard on its 575 square metre Queen Street parcel.

The Agency's Ben Collier had a June 23 scheduled auction. No sale price has yet emerged.

Gene was an academic in French literature and languages, first in South Africa where she grew up, then in Sydney after emigrating here with Brian in 1972. Brian founded the funds management company Equitilink which sold for about $150 million in 2000.

They are the $16.5 million buyers of Braelin, the redundant Centennial Park home of tech billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes, the Atlassian co-founder, and his wife, Annie. 

 

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