Berry nice cot­tage snapped up

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - REALESTATE -

FOR­MER Stock­land boss Matthew Quinn and wife Julie have scored the quick sale of their Berry week­ender, as they have in­ten­tions of up­grad­ing in the NSW South Coast town.

The Berry prop­erty, once known as Gla­dys, spent just 22 days on the mar­ket, well down on the town’s 86 av­er­age.

The Quinns paid $710,000 for the 1880s coun­try weath­er­board.

The her­itage home has since been re­stored.

The quin­tes­sen­tial fourbed­room cot­tage sits in 1070sqm of gar­dens.

Car­rie Bond at South Coast Prop­er­ties se­cured the quick sale, but did not re­veal its sale price.

She de­scribed the home as one of the his­toric vil­lage’s finest res­i­dences, hav­ing once ac­com­mo­dated Aus­tralian nun Mary McKil­lop.

Up in Syd­ney, the cou­ple’s ren­o­vated two-bed­room Kir­ri­billi home has been sold quickly too, fetch­ing $3.45 mil­lion, just over a year after they paid $2.6 mil­lion for it.

McGrath Neu­tral Bay agent Nigel Mukhi sold the home.

Quinn was manag­ing di­rec­tor of Stock­land for 13 years and is cur­rently a non-ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor of Regis Aged Care, CSR Lim­ited and Land­com. He is also and chair­man of Class Lim­ited and Car­bonxt Group Lim­ited.

Quinn’s Berry week­ender.

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