Property executive Banjo Bond lists Double Bay apartment

Property executive Banjo Bond lists Double Bay apartment
Property executive Banjo Bond lists Double Bay apartment

Property executive Banjo Bond, grandson of Alan and Eileen Bond, is selling the Double Bay apartment he shares with his television producer wife, Kate.

The house-sized apartment sits in the Art Deco building Stradbroke, on the Gladswood Gardens cul-de-sac.

It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and views across the harbour.

Laing + Simmons agent Sally Hampshire has scheduled a May 27 auction with buyers told at yesterday’s open for inspection that around $3 million was being sought.

The Woollahra-bound Bonds, who wed in Peppermint Grove, Perth, in 2017, paid $2.05 million in 2014.

The Bond family links to Gladswood Gardens go back to the 1980s when they envisaged overseeing a $30 million restoration of the historic trophy home, Gladswood House.

Banjo, who worked at TOGA for seven years on major residential projects, is a director of Prime West Development, a private company co-directed by his father, John.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph. 

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