Liberal leader Peter Coleman’s Woollahra apartment sells

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The late Peter Coleman, father in law of Peter Costello, in his Woollahra apartment that has now sold.

The Woollahra apartment owned by the late former NSW Liberal leader Peter Coleman — father-in-law of Australia’s longest-serving Treasurer Peter Costello — has sold post-auction.

The three-bedroom 1920s flat in ‘Claverton’ at 4/311b Edgecliff Rd had passed in at auction at $1.5 million but sold for about that figure in the days following via Raine and Horne Double Bay principal Martin Maskin.

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It was bought by a Potts Point couple. Mr Coleman, AO, had a long political and journalistic career He was federal member for Wentworth 1981 to 1987.

Former home of Collette Dinnigan off the market

8 Gap Rd, Watsons Bay.

Fashion designer Collette Dinnigan. Picture: David Swift.

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The former Watsons Bay home of fashion designer Collette Dinnigan has been removed from sale as the current owners are staying in Sydney.

Justin and Dominique Hind, who co-founded the advertising agency With Collective, had been planning a move to Queensland, hence the listing of the five-bedroom home at 8 Gap Rd with Ray White TRG principal Gavin Rubinstein.

It had a $15 million price guide.

1 Pacific St, Watsons Bay has a price range of $3.7-$4 million.

Meanwhile, tonight’s (Wednesday’s) auction of the cute weatherboard at 1 Pacific St with a $3.7-$4 million guide via Richardson and Wrench Double Bay will be competitive.

And next Tuesday, Gough Recruitment’s Joel Barbutto’s 15 Cliff St is set for auction via Ray White TRG with a $4-$4.4 million guide.

And ‘Kirkdale’ on two titles at 23 Cliff St and 33 Cove St is up on the same night via Paul Rich of Rich’s Double Bay.

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Elliott Placks, Ray White Double Bay principal, at the awards.

About 900 agents attended last Thursday’s Ray White NSW awards at the International Convention Centre. Ray White Double Bay won No. 1 office in the prestigious inner city market for the eighth year in a row based on settled commissions.

It’s also No. 2 International office in the Ray White Group of more than 1000 offices for 2019.

Ray White Double Bay director Elliott Placks was named No. 1 principal for inner city markets and also internationally.

Gavin Rubinstein and Ray White TRG at the awards night.

For the seventh year in a row, Gavin Rubinstein of Ray White TRG was top salesperson in inner city markets as well as No. 1 salesperson internationally across the Ray White Group of more than 5000 agents.

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