Former ALP politician David Feeney lists East Melbourne investment apartment

Former ALP politician David Feeney lists East Melbourne investment apartment
Former ALP politician David Feeney lists East Melbourne investment apartment

The Northcote-based former ALP politician turned private citizen David Feeney and his lawyer wife Liberty Sangar are selling their East Melbourne investment apartment.

The couple paid $2,875,000 for the apartment in the 150 Clarendon block in 2007, a year before Feeney was elected Labor member for the division of Batman in Melbourne's north.

It was 2007 that Feeney said he'd taken steps required to relinquish any British and Irish citizenship by descent, but was unable to produce documentation confirming the British renunciation had taken place.

Feeney was also caught in a controversy over his declaration of his property interests, which morphed into a political attack over Labor's negative gearing policy.

The couple were living in the 2009 built, two bedroom apartment while they were renovating their Northcote house, a house which Feeney failed to declare on his register of interests.

Former ALP politician David Feeney lists East Melbourne investment apartment

Kay & Burton South Yarra agents Monique Depierre and Julian Standish have a guide of $4 million to $4.4 million for the apartment with a fitted study and a 25 metre entertainers terrace with views across Fitzroy Gardens.

Former ALP politician David Feeney lists East Melbourne investment apartment

It had been a $2,350 a week rental.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian.

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