Management consultant swaps Milsons Point for Burradoo

Management consultant swaps Milsons Point for Burradoo
Management consultant swaps Milsons Point for Burradoo

Management consultant Geraldine Paton has taken steps towards a tree-change to the Southern Highlands, buying Hayley, the Burradoo trophy home.

Paton has paid $1.38 million for the 1975 square metre parcel, which estate agents Knight Bailey sold in 15 days.

Paton secured $1.8 million through Simeon Manners for her two bedroom Milsons Point apartment in the 1999 Grandview block.

It was among the many luxury blocks created by visionary developer Sid Londish, the 94-year-old giant of the property ­industry, who died last week.

The Grandview lobby (pictured above) still highlights his extravagant ­finishes.

Londish had a policy of living in his own buildings, proclaiming he was not frightened to be in daily contact with occupants.

“That’s how confident I am of presenting a quality product,” he once advised.

This article was first published in The Sunday Telegraph.

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