Peter Gregg sells Taj, Double Bay pre-auction

Peter Gregg sells Taj, Double Bay pre-auction
Peter Gregg sells Taj, Double Bay pre-auction

The former Primary Healthcare CEO Peter Gregg has sold his Double Bay trophy home abode ahead of tonight's scheduled auction.

The four-bedroom, heritage-listed 1934 mansion is known locally as "Taj" secured around $7.75 million.

Gregg and wife Tobi Moroz purchased the house in 2015 from prominent legal couple Maurice Neil and Natasha Goulden for $6.2 million.

The landmark Spanish Revival property has been listed through Michael Finger and Peter Leipnik.

​A major renovation in 2005 won it a Woollahra Council Conservation Award. 

The heritage-listed property comes with $1.3 million DA-approved plans for alterations and additions designed by Howe Architects.

The Wiston Garden Spanish Mission-style house was built on the cul-de-sac in 1934 at a cost of £2,700.

The heritage listed property was built in 1934 by poulterer Albert Glazebrook with rare Max Le Verrier light fittings.

Subsequent owners included the art dealer Marlene Antico and the corporate adviser Robert Crossman who paid $1,705,000 in 1997. 

 

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