Jewel in the crown for Green­way MP

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - REALESTATE -

FED­ERAL politi­cian Michelle Row­land made a tidy profit on her two bed­room in­vest­ment apart­ment in Wool­loomooloo when it sold re­cently to a lo­cal publican.

Row­land, who is the mem­ber for Green­way, rep­re­sent­ing the La­bor Party in Seven Hills, sold the Edo apart­ment for $1,625,000 through R&W es­tate agent Jason Boon.

It was bought with her lawyer hus­band, Michael Chaaya in 2008 for $920,000.

The third floor Crown St apart­ment spans over two lev­els, with one bed­room and one bath­room on each level.

It came with city sky­line views from the liv­ing area.

Row­land (in­set) lives in her elec­torate at Glen­wood, hav­ing paid $825,000 for a five bed­room home in 2011.

In 2015 she was el­e­vated to Shadow Min­is­ter for Com­mu­ni­ca­tions.

The unit in Crown St, Wool­loomooloo.

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