Retired founder of Chadwick Models, Peter Chadwick, has sold his apartment in a luxury over-55s Woollahra complex with plans to move to the heart of the foodie scene at Danks St, Waterloo.
The still hip Chadwick has spent $1,275,000 on a 2015 built, two-bedroom apartment in an award-winning project designed by SJB Architects for Made Property Group. His north-facing apartment in Emanuel Gardens had been on the market for four months before Raine & Horne Double Bay agent Jane Schumann secured its sale.
She was asking $1.45 million for the two-bedroom apartment.
Over in Waverley, Garage Sale Trail co-founder Andrew Valder has sold his home pre-auction.
The modernised Queen Anne style Federation home on 430sqm cost Valder $2.8 million in 2007. He had been asking $3.45 million but secured $3.65 million well before its scheduled auction.
No need for any pre-listing or post sale garage sale as the home (above) doesn’t have one, and the interiors behind its original facade appear neat and tidy.
The four-bedroom home has a contemporary open plan rear which opens to an established garden with vine-framed gazebo and veggie patch.