Ray Hadley’s huge real estate payday with the sale of Dural homes

Radio shock jock Ray Hadley has enjoyed a huge property payday, it has been revealed after details of the sale of his stunning property in north-west Sydney were released.

2GB radio presenter Ray Hadley has enjoyed a massive property salary, it has been revealed after details of the sale of his stunning property in north-west Sydney were released.

The 2.19-hectare Dural property was sold in June last year at an undisclosed price, after it was first built in February with a guide between $ 7.7 and $ 8 million.

The sale was finally settled earlier this month, with property records now revealing that the beautiful home and its surroundings were sold for $ 7.6 million.

The undisputed king of morning radio had been living on the Dural estate since the mid-1990s.

Hadley commissioned Denton Homes to build the five-bedroom, 1115-square-foot manor house, which is surrounded by gardens designed by Rolling Stone Landscapes in 2006.

CoreLogic records reveal the building was valued at $ 1.1 million. The land on which the house is located would have been valued at about a similar amount when Hadley bought it.

As for other updates to the property, Hadley has had a very nice profit of about $ 5 million on the sale of the estate.

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However, the selling price fell below the Dural record held by 19 Carters Rd, which was sold in 2018 for $ 10.85 million.

Hadley’s magnificent property was the most expensive home sold in Dural since the $ 8.05 million deal on 19 Uralla Rd in September 2020.

It was not the first time Hadley tried to sell the beautiful property, with it briefly on the market in 2015 with a $ 7.5 million guide.

This time, the home found a new buyer after four months on the market.

The property has two swimming pools, one with water function, as well as parking for 10 vehicles, four in the garage and six in the barn.

There is also the possibility of an area for animals with a number of folds perfect for horses or alpacas.

The latest guide was $ 7.7 million to $ 8 million.

About 12 months ago, the farmhouse, which actually dates back to 1919, when it was built by the pioneering farmer family Sagars, was renovated by Gremmo Homes.

Hadley previously told The Daily Telegraph that the property “deserved to have a family living there” after his children left the nest.

Hadley married her longtime partner Sophie Baird in March last year and has reduced to a townhouse nearby.

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