Dam fine price for Piccadilly Hill homestead

Dam fine price for Piccadilly Hill homestead

It was offered by a company directed by Jon Adgemis, the high-profile KMPG executive.

The sale was $2 million plus higher for the Coopers Shoot acreage which cost $2.65 million in 2015.

The near 30ha estate with jasmine-lined verandas came with approval for a guest cottage.

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The homestead with a wet edge pool has views to Broken and Lennox Heads. Six paddocks, four with spring dams, are cleared pastures for cattle.

Adgemis, KPMG’s head of mergers and acquisitions, has done well in property.

Last year he sold his 1910 Rose Bay home for $4.25 million, $1.4 million more than the $2.85 million he paid for it in 2015. He upgraded to a nearby $4.5 million home just before Christmas.

He split with the Sutherland Shire-born model Cheyenne Tozzi in 2017.

Film duo for Byron

AWARD-winning film industry duo Daryl ­Dellora and Dr Jenny Hocking have bought in Byron Bay.

The Melbourne-based couple have spent $1.1 million on a renovated, 2000-built, five bedroom home, and quickly found a tenant at $1030 a week, reflecting a 5 per cent yield.

Katrina Beohm at Katrina Beohm Real Estate sold the Sunrise Beach home.

Dellora was an executive producer on the hit film The Dressmaker in 2015 and more recently worked on a documentary portrait of architect Harry Seidler.

He also directed The Edge of The Possible, a documentary on Jørn Utzon and the Sydney Opera House.


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