The 80-year-old Brightonian, soon to become a record holder for competing in 45 consecutive Sydney-to-Hobart yacht races, demolished his former family home to build 8 boutique apartments earlier this year. Abrahams will retain a presence in the area, after apparently buying another home further up the street.
Each apartment at 9 St Ninians Court includes three bedrooms, a study, formal and informal living areas, private garden terraces, three car parks and storage units of up to 60 squares. Prospective buyers have the option of a bay or CBD view – but are warned to bring at least $3.5 million to the table, should they want to buy in.
Kay & Burton selling agent Nick Johnstone is marketing apartments in the project – the first inspection of which is today at 1pm.