Tidy profit for New­port home

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - REALESTATE -

THE first lady of cruis­ing Sa­rina Brat­ton (in­set) and hus­band Ray have sold their New­port water­front.

It took over 200 days be­fore its mid-week sale.

And it only came af­ter a price amend­ment from $44 mil­lion to $4.3 mil­lion hopes down to $3.75 mil­lion to $4.1 mil­lion.

It’s still a tidy profit for the cou­ple who paid $1.53 mil­lion lion for the Prince Al­fred Pde dress cir­cle home in 2000.

LJ Hooker agents An­drew Map­pin and David Wat­son sold the home.

Brat­ton cre­ated the mar­ket-lead­ing Orion Ex­pe­di­tion Cruises in 2005, and was then ap­pointed Asia Pa­cific chair of Po­nant Cruises in 2013.

The cou­ple re­mod­elled the home on its 1370sq m par­cel in 2012. There is a shared jetty on Horse­shoe Cove.

Span­ning two lev­els, the el­e­vated home has four bed­rooms, four bath­rooms and a swim­ming pool that over­looks the water.

The New­port prop­erty.

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