Musical theatre star sells Woollahra terrace

Musical theatre star sells Woollahra terrace

FROM television stars, to CEOs and the general movers and shakers of Aussie business — here is your wrap of the latest luxury listings and celebrity property merry-go-round movements.

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THE Woollahra terrace of musical theatre star Caroline O’Connor and her musician husband Barry Shaw has been sold. Ray White Double Bay agents Michael Finger and Di Wilson didn’t reveal its sale price.

The Edgecliff Rd home initially hit the market in August with $2.5 million hopes, then indicated a reduced price would be accepted. O’Connor and Shaw paid $625,000 for the three-bedroom semi in 1999.

They have had a home in Surrey, England, where Caroline was born. After studying for two years at London’s Royal Ballet School, O’Connor returned to dance with the then Australian Opera Ballet.

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FORMER editor-in-chief of Elle Australia Justine Cullen is selling her Avalon home. Cullen has owned the Avalon home since 2014 when she paid $1.46 million for a quaint 1950s fibro cottage.

Two years later she renovated. Behind a white picket fence, the home has four bedrooms, separate lounge and dining spaces and a designer stone kitchen.

McGrath Avalon agents James Baker and Jonathan Fletcher have a $2.1 million guide for its February 16 auction. Over the Christmas break Cullen married former TV presenter-turned-producer Hayden Guppy in Texas.

Property developer to auction artwork and farm machinery

Property developer John Boyd and wife Marly will auction 850 pieces of art, furnishings and farm machinery this long weekend after the sale of their Robertson retreat.

The $9 million sale through Richardson & Wrench was one of the Southern Highlands’ biggest sales last year, with the Mount Robertson farm bought by the Malouf family.

The Boyds, who are also selling their art deco penthouse atop the ANZ tower, have relocated some furnishings to their recently finished Palm Beach weekender. Lawsons auctioneer Shauna Farren-Price has the weekend onsite offering.


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