Bondi trophy apartment for rent with $44,000 bond

A trophy apartment with a $44,000 bond is for rent in Bondi’s tower of power.

The four-bedroom penthouse in the Pacific Bondi Beach development, with a sky pool and terraces overlooking Australia’s most famous stretch of sand, is asking $13,500 a week.

Offered fully furnished and with utilities included, a $44,000 bond seals the deal in the deluxe beachfront apartment block on Campbell Parade, where celebrities have traded properties in the decade since it launched.

in the Pacific compound is also available to rent, for $13,500 a week, and carries a $40,000 bond. This one has three bedrooms and doesn’t have a pool.

Agent Monique Eyles, director of agency Hotelesque, is handling the listings. The agency specialises in lock-up-and-leave, furnished rentals for tenants who only want to bring their bags, Ms Eyles said.

The penthouses crown a high-end building which has been popular with big-name buyers and powerbrokers in Sydney’s business circles.

Heiress Ginia Rinehart, the daughter of mining magnate Gina Rinehart, shelled out close to $15 million for a Pacific pad in 2017, in an off-market transaction.

Former NRL player Sam Burgess offloaded a $3 million, two-bedroom Pacific apartment in 2018, exceeding $2. 7 million price hopes.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs star inked a $2. 065 million deal for the unit as an investment, off the plan, when the apartments were released in 2012.

Positioned opposite Bondi’s crescent of golden sand, Pacific has a 24-hour concierge and postcard views that will never be built out.

The luxe apartments, part of an overhaul of the former Swiss Grand hotel, caused a sensation when they launched on the market, and 74 of the 76 available were sold on the first day. More than $160 million in sales were struck within hours of the launch.

The precinct incorporates a QT hotel and retail, including the Speedo swim centre, a day spa, bars and restaurants.

Pacific Bondi Beach is the work of prominent Sydney eastern-suburbs developer Allen Linz.

Linz’s Rebel Property Group was established in the 1990s and is behind some of Sydney’s most well-known residential and mixed-use precincts. A $161 million Woolloomooloo development, including 229 apartments with lush rooftops gardens, is in the company’s pipeline.

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