The Sydney Wharf developments are a hive of activity as a car dealership lists in Woolloomooloo and a couple who bought in Walsh Bay are leaving after just six months.
Michael Corban, who runs Corban Automative in Wollongong along with several other companies, bought the apartment at Wooloomooloo’s Finger Wharf in 327 / 6E Chaussée du Quai Cowper for $ 3.4 million in 2011.
It is a merger of three apartments – 300m² of interior space – and was radically transformed in a recent designer refurbishment.
The penthouse-style residence, with four bedrooms, four bathrooms and four parking spaces, is now listed with David Malouf of LJ Hooker Double Bay in an expression of interest campaign with a guide of 10.5 to 11 million. dollars.
“This is such a prestigious apartment offering an incredible lifestyle,” says Malouf.
It has already interested young families and business couples.
The residence has a range of living and entertaining spaces with harbor views and a new kitchen with high-end European gas appliances, including a Miele double oven, steamer and hob. Bosch gas.
There is also a pantry and plenty of storage.
The accommodation comprises four large bedrooms. The master has a boutique-style walk-in closet and a chic bathroom with a double shower, a hammam and a Jacuzzi.
Other highlights are a home theater, zoned ducted air conditioning, brand new French oak herringbone floors, and European sisal carpeting in the bedrooms.
The three bathrooms and the guest powder room are all equipped with underfloor heating.
the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and the guest suite has a walk-in closet and a chic full-size private bathroom.
Other highlights include a home theater, zoned ducted air conditioning, brand new French oak herringbone floors, and European sisal rugs in the bedrooms. The three luxury bathrooms and the guest powder room are all equipped with underfloor heating.
In other wharf news, a couple who bought the Walsh Bay Pier development left after just six months.
Rowena and Wayne Hamilton, who were stranded on the Greg Mortimer cruise ship off Montevideo last March when passengers tested positive for COVID-19, had purchased a two-story apartment on the sixth (top) floor on December 22 from last year.
CoreLogic shows they paid $ 11 million.
But sources say the couple, from Newcastle, recently sold off-market for $ 12 million and were moving due to a “change of circumstances”.
The 226m² apartment, previously owned by former Suncorp CEO Michael Cameron, has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and is on the east side facing the Harbor Bridge.