Author Christina Guidotti sells Fairlight apartment

Author Christina Guidotti sells Fairlight apartment
Author Christina Guidotti sells Fairlight apartment

Author Christina Guidotti has sold her Fairlight apartment before its scheduled weekend auction.

She scored $2.85 million for the late 1960s apartment that cost her $2.45 million in 2016 when relocating from Brisbane.

Guidotti, who wrote How to Have it All, put the unit up for rent at $1,750 a week last year.

Guidotti is one of Australia's leading speakers on belief, conviction and commitment.

Stone Real Estate secured the quick sale for Guidotti, who this week told her social media fans she was now happily single.

It was the second priciest three bedroom unit in the block set on the Lauderdale Avenue dress circle, metres from the beach.

The waterfront facing apartment spans 215 sqm and has a large wrap around balcony.

The three bedroom apartment sits in the block master-built by Radovan & Lobb.

Guidotti is one of Australia’s leading experts on belief, conviction and commitment in areas of sales, leadership, productivity, achievement and fulfilment.

She is the daughter of Brisbane real estate fixture Arthur Conias and spent nearly 20 years at his real estate company as a successful sales leader.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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