Ingham family purchases Finger Wharf apartment

Ingham family purchases Finger Wharf apartment
Ingham family purchases Finger Wharf apartment

The Ingham family have bought the Finger Wharf apartment of digital media entrepreneur Mark Dalgleish for $6.06 million.

The three-bedroom Woolloomooloo apartment was listed last year by Ray White Double Bay agents Elliott Placks and Richard Faludi.

 This luxurious residence is one of only eight apartments at the exclusive northern end of the Finger Wharf, placed within a stroll of galleries and celebrated waterfront eateries.

The purchase is through a company with the shareholding held by Susan Ingham, widow of the late chicken and horse racing tycoon Jack Ingham.

The Point Piper-based Dalgleish bought the apartment in the Lang Walker development as an investment in 2010 for $4.5 million from Port Macquarie’s former Liberal branch president Ken Dodds.

The Port Macquarie property developer had spent $6 million to upgrade into Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf apartment in 2007 when the unit was bought from the executors of the late car dealer Peter Warren, who had paid $2.5 million in 1999. The three-bedroom apartment with two car spaces sold in 2010 through Elliott Placks of Ray White Double Bay in conjunction with Bill Bridges.

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