AlphaBeta Australia director Andrew Charlton snaffles Bellevue Hill trophy for $16.1m at public sale – realestate.com.au

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101 Victoria Street, Bellevue Hill. is the home the place Mamamia co-founders Mia Freedman and Jason Lavigne had been famously evicted as tenants after a dispute with the house owners.


AlphaBeta boss Andrew Charlton has purchased a Bellevue Hill trophy residence — the place Mamamia co-founders Mia Freedman and Jason Lavigne had been famously evicted — for $16.1m at public sale tonight.

Ray White Double Bay principal Elliott Placks and Ashley Bierman had six registered bidders line up for the unbelievable six-bedroom, four-bathroom residence ‘Fintry’ at 101 Victoria Road.

On the balcony off the master bedroom, which had stunning harbour views to the left and an ocean outlook to the proper, Charlton and his spouse — common bidders at trophy properties throughout the east in current months — seemed like they’d lastly discovered the one.

The gross sales brokers had been cautious to not reveal their identification, however others recognised the ability couple.

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Auctioneer James Keenan and Ray White Double Bay principal Elliott Placks because the gavel fell at 101 Victoria Street Bellevue Hill, tonight. Image: John Appleyard


The view from the sunroom off the master bedroom at 101 Victoria Street, Bellevue Hill.


Charlton was actually cashed up, having in February bought his extremely profitable boutique consultancy that advises organisations on how to reply to technological, financial and social change to Accenture.

However he took his time at tonight’s public sale, solely getting into the race at $15.4m.

It had been a sluggish begin, although 5 of the six registered bidders ended up having a go.

After auctioneer James Keenan known as for a gap bid, Placks managed to persuade a pair to supply $14.5m — which was effectively under the $16m information.

Even they seemed astonished on the low-bidding alternative, and throughout the lengthy pause that adopted, one other couple, sensing an opportunity for a discount, urged brokers to register them.

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Auctioneer James Keenan advises the gang on social distancing at tonight’s public sale. Image: John Appleyard


The property had stunning open-plan dwelling areas and sensational views of each the harbour and the ocean.


They then supplied $14.6m, and Keenan suggested the gang: “Now, we’ve received an public sale!”

Quickly after, Placks introduced: “I’ve received the distributors on the telephone from abroad, and we’re promoting!”

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The technique of decreasing the reserve to encourage bidding labored: the $100,000 and $50,000 bids had been quickly flying.

Given the couple’s enthusiasm on the terrace, I wasn’t shocked to see Charlton enter the race late.

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Elliott Placks of Ray White Double Bay used a wise technique of decreasing the reserve value to encourage bidding. Image: John Appleyard


The house attracted six registered bidders to tonight’s public sale, with 5 of them competing.


By the tip he was exchanging $100,000 bids with the opening bidders.

Because the gavel fell, Charlton kissed his spouse.

And shortly after, Placks could possibly be overheard telling his vendor — Somna Kumar, spouse of funding banker Joseph Jayaraj, who had the row with their tenants Freedman and Lavigne who’d hoped to buy the property — “We received to the quantity!”

Freedman and Lavigne as an alternative purchased a home in Level Piper for $12.75m in October.

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