William Manning’s $50 million sales include Geoff Dixon’s former Darling Point home

An agent from the eastern suburbs had a $50 million sale spree, which included former Qantas boss Geoff Dixon’s former Darling Point home selling for even more than it did a year ago.

An agent from the eastern suburbs had a $50 million sale spree over the past month, which included former Qantas boss Geoff Dixon’s former Darling Point home selling for even more than it did a year ago.

Manning, who recently joined Highland Double Bay Malouf from McGrath, had a revised price guide of $16.5 million for the two-level, five-bedroom deck with iconic harbor views at 1/44 New Beach Rd.

Although he was silent on the result, other sources said it was above $16 million.

Real estate developer Robert Pagliuso of Trend Living and his interior designer wife, Leify, have only owned the luxury platform for a year, having bought it for $11.15 million.

But they’ve completely gutted it, redesigning the interiors courtesy of Burley Katon Halliday.

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There were originally ambitious hopes of up to $20 million when the redesigned apartment was first offered on the market on March 30.

But even with more than $16 million, the couple has more than paid for their expensive renovation.

They had decided that the apartment was not big enough for them as they have two children.

Manning’s other sales include a spectacular eight-bedroom home with uninterrupted ocean views at 42 Gardyne St, Bronte. She was unable to discuss the price due to a confidentiality agreement, though rumors have it it sold for more than $20 million.

He had been leading $22 million.

Other significant transactions during the month included 5/64 Chaleyer St, Rose Bay; 126 Underwood Street, Paddington; and 124 Underwood St, Paddington. The three properties sold for a total of around $10 million.

Manning, known as a good negotiator during his 25-year career, says the prestige market remains strong in Sydney’s east.

“Demand for high-end properties shows no signs of slowing, despite a weakening in the broader Sydney market,” Manning said.

“Properties that are well presented in prime locations are still sought after and attract premium prices.”

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Originally published as William Manning’s $50 Million Sales, includes Geoff Dixon’s former home in Darling Point.

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