Mike Pyke, the former Sydney Swan turned Moeilis banker has bought into Mosman.
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Sydney Swan turned investment banker buys in Mosman
FORMER Sydney Swan turned Moelis investment banker Mike Pyke and wife Florencia Bonet have bought in Mosman.
The couple, who lived in a Coogee unit in his playing days, have spent $3,412,000 on an 1890s freestanding Victorian home with period features.
The four-bedroom home on 555 sqm has an office, formal lounge with fireplace and sunken alfresco.
Mike Pyke during his days at the Sydney Swans.
It’s not far from Andrew Pridham, who has been his boss on and off the field for a number of years.
The Moelis managing director and Swans chairman paid a Mosman record $25 million for waterfront trophy home Hopetoun earlier this year.
Mike Pyke’s new Mosman abode.
Inside Mike Pyke’s new home.
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Sydney Sixers captain Moises Henriques and wife Krista have sold their Clovelly townhouse for $2.08 million — a windfall result after paying $1.17 million for the three-level, three-bedroom home in 2010.
Henriques renovated the home, now fitted with a brand new reconfigured kitchen and modern bathroom.
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The Agency’s Bethwyn Richards and Anji Lake sold the home, marketed with a guide of $2 million. Henriques and Krista, who wed in August near Cairns, aren’t going far — having moved into their house project up the road.
LA-based Nutribullet CEO Colin Sapire sells his rarely used Watsons Bay waterfront.
Nutribullet CEO Colin Sapire churns out Watsons Bay sale
LA-BASED NutriBullet CEO Colin Sapire and wife Caron have sold their luxury Watsons Bay harbourfront which was listed with $20 million hopes in January.
The couple paid $14.5 million for the Michael Suttor-designed home in 2015. It was reported at the time that it would be their holiday home for their Sydney trips. They’ve apparently used it once.
The waterfront has its own jetty.
Nutribullet CEO Colin Sapire. Supplied
The Pacific St home on 1175 sqm has four bedrooms, each with an ensuite and balcony access from the top level, a six-car garage, rumpus room with adjoining bar and a sauna, gym, cellar and a pool set near the water.
Jean Mostyn, and her designer husband Damien Cooper, are trading inner west homes.
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JEAN Mostyn, the founder of Yellow Creative Management, and her light designer husband Damien Cooper, are trading inner west homes.
They are moving to Balmain, having bought a tri-level Victorian with gun barrel views of the Anzac Bridge.
The four-bedroom 1900s home, with a wine cellar and rear garden, features a rooftop terrace.
Mostyn and Cooper have listed their redundant Lilyfield home with a $1.6 to $1.7 million guide.
The rustic cottage on 270 sqm has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. There’s also a studio with separate entry.
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Mostyn, who formed the company in 2010, manages some of Australia’s top directors, designers and writers, including Oscar-nominated actor Josh Lawson.
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Lawyer David Maloney has listed a Great Mackerel Beach weekender.
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LAWYER David Maloney has listed a Great Mackerel Beach weekender he bought in a syndicate nearly three decades ago.
It was 1990 when Maloney, along with Monaco-based former Speedo director, Michael Fitzgerald and the Europe-based Amcor vice-president, Ian Wilson, spent $400,000 on the beach retreat.
Inside Lawyer David Maloney Mackerel Beach pad.
Set on a 670 sqm cliffside block on the Ross Smith Pde dress circle, the modern home has two bedrooms, both with balconies, and one bathroom. The glass fronted deck has views encompassing Palm Beach, Lion Island and to the Central Coast.
There are private stairs from the beach up to the hilltop hideaway, set down the Currawong Beach end of the strip.
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The strip’s highest sale was $3.3 million in 2006. The most recent sale was to BBC correspondent Michael Peschardt and wife Sarah, who paid $1.56 million for a 1960s offering. Maloney and wife Erin recently bought a Tarana, Potts Point, apartment after selling in Bellevue Hill.
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