Ari Cadry, the fourth generation Cadry from the rug pioneering family, has listed in Bellevue Hill.
Ari, who was named managing director of the company earlier this year, has owned the Birriga Road townhouse sine 2014 when it cost $1.44 million.
Spanning two levels with over 200 sqm of living space, the property in a boutique block of five has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
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The living and kitchen area opens to a modernised courtyard. The separate dining has its own covered terrace.
1st City Double Bay agents Brad Caldwell-Eyles and Julian Hasemer have scheduled an April 2 auction.
Ari Cadry is the son of Bob Cadry, who’s father Jacques established Cadrys upon his arrival in Sydney in 1952.
WINEMAKER PHILIP LAFFER SELLING UP
The downsizing former Jacob’s Creek winemaker Philip Laffer and wife Beverley are selling Daybreak, their historic Hunters Hill home.
The Victorian Gothic-style sandstone home was built in the early 1880s for the pioneering Lenehan family. It has been modernised since the Laffers paid $3.2 million in 2007 and has five bedrooms and three bathrooms on 1550 sqm, parklike grounds, with a solar-heated pool, spa and studio.
The auction is on April 4 with McGrath agent Tracey Dixon offering a $4.35 million price guidance.
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Originally published as Cadry Bellevue home to spin up a storm