Lawyer David Maloney lists Great Mackerel Beach weekender

Lawyer David Maloney lists Great Mackerel Beach weekender
Lawyer David Maloney lists Great Mackerel Beach weekender

Lawyer David Maloney has listed a Great Mackerel Beach weekender he bought in a syndicate nearly three decades ago.

It was 1990 when Maloney, along with Monaco-based former Speedo director, Michael Fitzgerald and the Europe-based Amcor vice-president, Ian Wilson, spent $400,000 on the beach retreat.

Set on a 670 square metre cliffside block on the Ross Smith Parade dress circle, the modern home has two bedrooms, both with balconies, and one bathroom.

The glass fronted deck has views encompassing Palm Beach, Lion Island and to the Central Coast.

Lawyer David Maloney lists Great Mackerel Beach weekender

There are private stairs from the beach up to the hilltop hideaway, set down the Currawong Beach end of the strip.

Ray White Palm Beach agents Noel Nicholson and Emma Cameron have the listing.

The strip’s highest sale was $3.3 million in 2006.

The most recent sale was to BBC correspondent Michael Peschardt and wife Sarah, who paid $1.56 million for a 1960s offering.

Maloney and wife Erin recently bought a Tarana, Potts Point, apartment after selling in Bellevue Hill.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph. 

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