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TV production company boss Bernard Curran sells Point Piper waterfront duplex for $28 million

TV production company boss Bernard Curran sells Point Piper waterfront duplex for an eye-watering $28 million


Bernard Curran has sold his Point Piper property for $28 million dollars off-market after owning the duplex for 24 years.

The TV Production boss, who is the son of former media baron and rich lister Charles Curran and his wife Eva, purchased the waterfront in 1996 for $1.5 million, according to Domain.com.au

During his years of ownership, Curran combined the Wolseley Road home with the property next door and built up the five-storey duplex. 

Luxe: TV production company boss Bernard Curran has sold his Point Piper waterfront duplex for an eye-watering $28 million

The duplex was designed by architect Andrew Burges and Will Dangar landscaped the outdoor areas.

The harbourfront home features three bedrooms – two with full ensuites and balcony, three bathrooms and three car spaces over a 523 square metre lot. 

Walls of glass stretch over different sections of the duplex to provide scenic views of the harbour and shoreline, which is easily accessible from the property backdoor.

History: The TV Production boss, who is the son of former media baron and rich lister Charles Curran and his wife Eva, bought the waterfront in 1996 for $1.5 million

History: The TV Production boss, who is the son of former media baron and rich lister Charles Curran and his wife Eva, bought the waterfront in 1996 for $1.5 million

Some of the other features include a fireplace, a powder room, cellar, underfloor heating in tiled areas and motorised blinds. 

Curran retained the upper levels of the duplex with a boatshed on title, and the lower half was sold in January by JP Morgan boss Paul Uren and his wife Jennifer for $16.6 million to Macquarie Capital’s David Roseman.

Dentists Gloria Shih and Lawrence Lau were later revealed to the buyers on the latest sale, which was made through Pillinger’s Brad Pillinger.

Inclusions: The harbourfront home features three bedrooms - two with full ensuites and balcony, three bathrooms and three car spaces. Walls of glass stretch over different sections of the duplex to provide scenic views of the harbour

Inclusions: The harbourfront home features three bedrooms – two with full ensuites and balcony, three bathrooms and three car spaces. Walls of glass stretch over different sections of the duplex to provide scenic views of the harbour

Pillinger had originally sold the couple’s 1920s Vaucluse manor in March for close to $20 million dollars.

Shih and Lau, who own a dental practice in Pyrmont, almost doubled their money from the sale of their 22 Wentworth Road property, which they bought for $9.3 million in 2015.   

The sale of Bernard Curran’s harbourside duplex is the latest dealing among his Wolseley Road neighbours. 

Brad Pillinger earlier this year sold Seven commercial director Bruce McWilliam’s waterfront investment for more than $32 million. 

Sydney's best street: Brad Pillinger earlier this year sold Seven commercial director Bruce McWilliam's waterfront investment for more than $32 million, which is also on Wolseley Road

Sydney’s best street: Brad Pillinger earlier this year sold Seven commercial director Bruce McWilliam’s waterfront investment for more than $32 million, which is also on Wolseley Road

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