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Krissy Marsh relists unit as offshore buyer pulls out of $4m sale

Krissy Marsh relists unit as offshore buyer pulls out of $4m sale
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As seen in the Source link, written by couriermail.com.au on 2019-10-25 20:05:02

Krissy Marsh.

The offshore buyer of Sydney socialite Krissy Marsh’s Double Bay apartment has failed to proceed with their proposed purchase, and the property has returned to the market with a $4.3 million asking price.

The luxury apartment in The Bay Residences was marked “under contract” in June, only for the Hong Kong buyer to back out before its much delayed settlement date.

It is understood there was a 5 per cent deposit.

Krissy Marsh Loses Double Bay Sale

Real Housewife Of Sydney star Krissy Marsh’s Double Bay apartment has been re-listed.

The one-time Real Housewives Of Sydney star paid $3.5 million in 2015 for the apartment, where she resided when Foxtel filmed the opening season of the reality show.

Marsh has been seeking a sale so the family can buy a holiday home in Noosa.

Marsh, her husband John and their three children reside in Dover Heights, in a home which they briefly listed in early 2017.

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Real Housewives Of Sydney star Krissy Marsh. Picture: Adam Yip

The Double Bay unit was initially listed last Christmas with ambitious $5 million price hopes. It was last marketed with a guide of $4.28 million to $4.38 million, selling at about $4.25 million through Alex Lyons at Raine & Horne Double Bay.

Spanning 285sqm, the apartment comes with three bedrooms, each opening to balconies.

Krissy Marsh Loses Double Bay Sale

Real Housewives Of Sydney star Krissy Marsh’s Double Bay apartment.

Marsh, dubbed the “property princess” on RHOS, bought her first Sydney property in 1994 when she paid $260,000 for a two-bedroom art deco apartment in Rose Bay, which she sold a decade later for $620,000.

Krissy Marsh Loses Double Bay Sale

Real Housewives Of Sydney star Krissy Marsh’s apartment.

She is not the only one to be caught up in recent sales collapses.

In Potts Point, veteran property investor Andrew Isles has just secured the sale of his Manar apartment after its November 2018 buyer pulled out of its $4.1 million deal.

Locals have been left dumbfounded as it has resold for $3.75 million, a few weeks after its no-bid auction through Richardson & Wrench agent Jason Boon.

Records show it was bought in 2009 for $2.25 million from the former lawyer Russell Keddie.

This year a $30 million Vaucluse sale collapsed and a $14 million Wahroonga sale also fell through.