David Feeney and Liberty Sangar secure 150 Clarendon, East Melbourne apartment sale

David Feeney and Liberty Sangar secure 150 Clarendon, East Melbourne apartment sale
David Feeney and Liberty Sangar secure 150 Clarendon, East Melbourne apartment sale

The Northcote-based former ALP politician turned private citizen David Feeney and his lawyer wife Liberty Sangar have sold their East Melbourne investment apartment for $3.9 million.

They had been asking $4 million to $4.4 million for the apartment in the 150 Clarendon block when it was listed back in February.

It has a 25 metre entertainers terrace with views across Fitzroy Gardens.

They paid $2,875,000 in 2007, a year before Feeney was elected Labor member for Batman in Melbourne's north.

In 2016 Feeney was caught in a controversy over his declaration of his property interests, which briefly morphed into a political attack over Labor's negative gearing policy.

Fennel, a fellow at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute think tank, studying a PhD at university.

The Clarendon Street block's sub-penthouse was listed this week with $46 million hopes.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian.

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