Interior decorator Lucy May has spent $6 million downsizing in Point Piper.
She’s gone off the water, securing a three bedroom home on the ridge line.
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Late last year the harbourfront was sold to the mining billionaire from the West, Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest for $16.3 million, who is believed to have bought it for his daughter Sophia who has moved to Sydney to pursue an acting career.
Ben and Lucy May had spent $11.85 million on the 1950s modernist home on Wunulla Road in 2016 when moving from Paddington when they sold the nifty conversion of the Windsor Castle Hotel.
They called it home for just six months.
They had previously been on Sydney’s northern beaches were they had a shack at Newport overlooking Bungan Beach.
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It was a Clinton Murray designed six bedroom beach house in gardens designed by Will Dangar.
The Newport home was where the singer, Pink stayed on her 2012 tour with husband, motocross racer Carey Hart, and their daughter Willow.
Ben May is the hotelier behind Manly Wharf Bar and Mrs Sippy in Double Bay.
Her freestanding home purchase, which had a makeover in 2006, features a 1,000 bottle climate controlled wine cellar.
The Agency’s Ben Collier handled the marketing.
There are limestone paved terraces with a heated mineral self-cleaning swimming pool added to the 740 sqm parcel two years ago.