Author Sue Wolfe lists redundant Darlinghurst apartment

Author Sue Wolfe lists redundant Darlinghurst apartment
Author Sue Wolfe lists redundant Darlinghurst apartment

Best-selling author Sue Wolfe and her playwrite husband Gordon Graham are selling their apartment in Darlinghurst's Art Deco St James building.

They will not be moving far, apparently heading from level two to level seven in the same Stanley Street block.

Their redundant apartment features a combined living and dining area and a study nook.

She wrote her latest book, Do You Love Me or What? in the living room. 

Laing + Simmons Potts Point agent Nuri Shik is marketing the apartment which was leased at $430 a week late last year.

One of the city's early 20th century landmarks, St James Apartments was built in 1926 in the Chicago School of Architecture style. 

Raised in the Blue Mountains, Wolfe completed her first novel, Painted Woman, was runner-up in the ABC Bicentennial Awards.

Later she adapted the novel for stage and radio.

Her biggest success came for the her 1996 novel Leaning Towards Infinity which won the distinguished Christina Stead Award.

A few years later it was named in Australia as one of the most important books of the century.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph. 

 

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