Gatwick sisters return to secure Hans and Courtney's Block apartment

Gatwick sisters return to secure Hans and Courtney's Block apartment
Gatwick sisters return to secure Hans and Courtney's Block apartment

The two sisters who previously owned and operated The Block Gatwick secured Courtney and Hans’ apartment for $2,770,000.

Hans and Courtney saw an opening $2.2 million offer from an absentee bid via the Gavl app.

The 2/34 Fitzroy Street offering came with a $2.4 million reserve adjusted to $2.36 million with five registered buyers.

Courtney and Hans’ whose apartment sold for $2,770,000, some $410,000 over reserve.

Gatwick sisters return to secure Hans and Courtney's Block apartment

It was their mother Vittoria Carbone or ‘Queen Vicky’, who is fondly remembered for her compassionate management of the hotel and her legacy was then carried on by her daughters Rose and Yvette.

"As this building has a significant value for the sisters, they were delighted to have been able to purchase this apartment as a beautiful piece of memorabilia," their buyers' agent Greville Pabst from PropertyDuo advised.

"The apartment will be leased out to struggling families, so in this way they’re able to keep the tradition alive of The Gatwick being a place helping the local community in need,"he added.

 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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