Aussie John Symond set for new Point Piper neighbours

Aussie John Symond set for new Point Piper neighbours
Title TattleDecember 7, 2020

Aussie John Symond and wife Amber might be getting new neighbours this spring on their Point Piper cul-de-sac.

Expat lawyer Sarah Cooke, who resides in London’s Holland Park with her hedge fund husband Dominic Redfern, is set to seek $40 million buyers.

The Wingadal Place vacant block was bought from Gustavo and Angelo Ferella in 2006 for $7.95 million and then had a $5.5 million home designed by James Stockwell and Jonathan Temple Architects.

Many were surprised Symond, who snapped up his 2675sqm holding for $10.5 million in 1999, didn’t buy the 960sqm parcel that stemmed from pastoralist Anthony Hordern’s 1950s subdivision.

On Symond’s other side, work continues for the Song family on turning the $60.66 million trophy home Portofino into a triplex designed by Rob Mills Architects.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph. 

 

 

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