Second floor Pomeroy, Potts Point apartment fetches $10.05 million

Second floor Pomeroy, Potts Point apartment fetches $10.05 million
Second floor Pomeroy, Potts Point apartment fetches $10.05 million

Potts Point has seen its third highest apartment sale, with an second floor harbourside apartment in Pomeroy selling off market for $10.05 million.

It was sold by Macquarie executive John Wilson.

It was sold an exisiting owner in the Macleay Street building who wanted more bedrooms and the elusive four car spaces.

The 340 sqm apartment has four terraces, two master wings, four bedrooms and five bathrooms, reflecting around $30,000 a square metre. 

Second floor Pomeroy, Potts Point apartment fetches .05 million

It comes with 48 sq m in its terraces with water glimpses overlooking Rushcutters Bay from its second floor location.

It was consolidated off-the-plan during the 2003 construction of the Winten-built block. 

It last traded for $6 million when it was sold in 2010 by Di Jagelman who had consolidated the two apartments.

Second floor Pomeroy, Potts Point apartment fetches .05 million

It was sold by R&W agent Jason Boon who Instagrammed his success this afternoon.

The top sale apartment price in Potts Point remains $15 million for the ninth floor Pomeroy penthouse which was sold by property developer Bob Ell to John Piven-Large in 2013.

Ell consolidated the penthouse offering with his initial $9.75 million purchase in 2005 from the Rothwell developer and added the lower floor apartment at $3.5 million which was bought from the late interior designer Garth Barnett. 

The penthouse came with 370sqm of internal space plus 200sqm of balcony space, four car spaces and dual harbour views. Designed by architect Susan Rothwell, the 34-unit Macleay Street block won the 2004 UDIA high density award after Mirvac's Chateau Hotel was demolished following its closure after the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

Other than the Pomeroy penthouse, there's only been other sale above $10 million on the Macleay Street dress circle, which came in 2014 when philanthropic Americans John Alchin and Hal Marryatt paid $10.95 million for a three storey penthouse in the Georgian which was then gutted in a renovation.

There was a reported off the plan $11 million sale of a penthouse in the hourglass-shaped Omnia tower redevelopment of the Crest Hotel in November 2015 which will be coming up for settlement later this year.

It was sold by Greenland as having an early 2018 completion date.

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