Real Estate

Bronte house that sold for $11m last year has sold for $11.5m+

Written by The ReReport
As seen in the Source link, written by realestate.com.au on 2019-05-20 19:36:00

18 St Thomas St, Bronte, has sold for more than $11.5m.

The Bronte house that sold for $11m almost exactly a year ago for even more money. And the deal was done in just six days through Phillips Pantzer Donnelley’s Alexander Phillips.

Cygnet Capital chief Darien Jagger and his wife Katie only bought the luxurious five-bedroom, five-bathroom designer home at 18 St Thomas St on May 7 last year through Phillips Pantzer Donnelley’s Alexander Phillips.

18 St Thomas Street Bronte is a huge home (above) with incredible views (below)

Having moved to Sydney from Perth, they’ve now decided the beach wasn’t for them.

So the Jaggers listed the home again with Mr Phillips, in conjunction with Ballard Property.

This afternoon, Mr Phillips sold it to a family upgrading from Maroubra.

And the Jaggers are now looking for a harbourfront home in Vaucluse.

The St Thomas St home, known as Gres De La Mer, was designed by Tanner Kibble Denton Architects.

Designer interiors (above and below)

It had previously been the home of ASX general manager Grant Lovett and his wife Cheryl O’Neill.

Mr Lovett, who was the ex chief-of-staff for Joe Hockey, bought the property for $4.1 million in 2009 and commissioned the new four-level residence.

Will Dangar did the landscaping.

The home had first been listed the previous August, but failed to find a buyer.