Hipages co-founders Vaucluse home goes unsold at auction

Hipages co-founders Vaucluse home goes unsold at auction
Hipages co-founders Vaucluse home goes unsold at auction

Hipages co-founder Roby Sharon-Zipser and his wife Jordana didn't find a buyer for their Vaucluse home when it went to recent auction.

It was listed as they had their eye on something bigger.

The Olola Avenue home was passed in on a $6.5 million vendor bid at its auction. There was interest but no bids.

The Sharon-Zipsers had initially sought $7 million for the four-bedroom home, which was knocked down to $6.75 million during its marketing.

The couple had paid $8 million just 12 months ago when upgrading from North Bondi.

Ray White’s Gavin Rubinstein offered the home with Cameron Kimber interiors.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph. 

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