Josh Mansour is one of the big names making moves in Sydney’s property market. Picture: Alix Sweeney
FROM FOOTBALLERS to movie stars, reality TV stars, CEOs and the general movers and shakers of Aussie business — here is your weekly guide to all the latest luxury listings and celebrity property merry-go-round movements.
Inside Panthers’ Josh Mansour’s apartment in Turrella.
Penrith Panther Josh Mansour sells Turrella apartment
PENRITH Panthers player Josh Mansour and wife Daniella have sold their Turrella apartment near Wolli Creek, as they look to move closer to Penrith.
Mansour wants to cut his commute to training from the apartment, which they bought off the plan in 2014, a year before it was completed.
The dining and kitchen area.
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The 128 sqm, three- bedroom apartment has a wide 21 sqm terrace.
Cobden & Hayson Marrickville agents Les Salem and Jim Nikolopoulos sold the apartment after having a $750,000 auction price guide. The couple wed in 2016 and had their first child, daughter Saina, last November.
Josh Mansour is moving closer to Penrith. Picture: Brett Costello
Quick Paddo sale for art dealer Evan Hughes
QUICK sales in Paddington this week. Art dealer Evan Hughes, son of the late art collector Ray Hughes, snappily secured $2.3 million.
Modernised since he paid $1.55 million in 2015 with entertainment lawyer wife Kate Hughes, the 1920s Sutherland St terrace has three bedrooms and one bathroom, with a long rear lawn.
The Paddington home of art dealer Evan Hughes.
Art deal Evan Hughes in Rushcutters Bay Park.. Picture: John Appleyard
Meanwhile, downsizing jeweller Jan Logan sold her three-level terrace after its first home open.
It last sold for $533,000 in 1993. Denise Cameron at Raine & Horne had it listed in conjunction with Georgia Cleary at BradfieldCleary who expected about $3 million.
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The view from ex-Qantas chief Geoff Dixon Palm Beach weekender in Palm Beach.
Ex-Qantas boss’ beach pad scores a seller
THE stylish Palm Beach retreat of the former Qantas chief Geoff Dixon and his wife Dawnhas been sold.
The Bynya Rd home (above), last traded in 2010 at $2.825 million, came with a $3.95 million asking price. It was initially listed in March last year. The two-storey 1960s resort-style beach house on 700 sqm has Pittwater views.
Inside the Palm Beach home.
It featured in Inside Out magazine after renovations by interior designer Kristy McGregor. The home includes four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Its bi-fold glass doors open on to a timber deck with an infinity pool and outdoor shower.
Queensland Events chairman Geoff Dixon and wife Dawn.
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RECRUITMENT boss Phil Kerry and his wife, 1984 Olympic Games gymnast Anne-Maree, have their next eastern suburbs renovation project.
It follows their $6.25 million purchase of the Gant menswear store on Queen St, Woollahra, an 1870s double shopfront which will get a residence facing its rear laneway on the 400 sqm block.
Phil Keryy and Anne-Maree’s latest reno project in Woollahra.
It has sold three times in nine years, with the Kerrys picking it up for its 2009 price, after it sold for $5.6 million in 2015.
The couple are seeking $20 million for their historic Darling Point home, Greenoaks Cottage.