Cole family sell their classic Woollahra home

Cole family sell their classic Woollahra home
Cole family sell their classic Woollahra home

The Cole family have sold their Woollahra home pre-auction. It was bought by London based expats for about $4 million after the agent guided them through the Moncur Street property on FaceTime.

It was listed following the recent death of Ann Cole, the widow of Graham Cole, the 1983 founder of the Cole Classic.

There's an image of the big race competitors in the kitchen at the Moncur Street home that was scheduled to go to June 23 PPD auction with $3.7 million hopes, the Sunday Telegraph noted.

Aged 71, Graham Cole died soon after his regular morning dip at Bondi in December 1999.

The Woollahra home was bought in 1996 for $780,000 after the couple sold their Vaucluse home that was designed by the noted architect Professor Leslie Wilkinson. 

Jeanette Ann passed away peacefully at home in January this year aged 84 years. They had three boys, Walter, Christopher and Nicholas.

There's just the two bedroom at the home which has a Georgian-style facade. There's a walled garden and self-contained studio.

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