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Radio legend John Laws is unloading his waterfront apartment in Woolloomooloo and his collection of rare furniture


John Laws has sold his second flat in Woolloomooloo and listed a collection of memorabilia.

The 88-year-old media icon recently decided to downsize, leading him to put the bottom floor of his two-story apartment up for private off-market sale.

According to The Sunday Telegraph, Laws was tight-lipped when contacted for comment on Saturday, saying: «Look, I didn’t use it,» and declined to provide further details of the sale.

Since the property is not settled, the exact realized price of the unit remains undisclosed.

This apartment is one of only nine units located at the harbor end of the 400m long wharf.

Australian radio legend John Laws, 88, (pictured) has sold his second Woolloomooloo flat and launched a collection of memorabilia

The property has a rich history with Laws and his late wife, Caroline, who bought the bottom floor apartment in 2001 for $3 million, just a year after the project opened.

The couple, who previously lived in Woollahra, expanded their living space in 2005 by acquiring the above apartment for $15 million.

The purchase gave them a sprawling residence with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, parking for six cars and closer proximity to their famous neighbor Russell Crowe.

The media icon recently decided to downsize, leading him to list the bottom floor of his two-story apartment for private off-market sale.

The media icon recently decided to downsize, leading him to list the bottom floor of his two-story apartment for private off-market sale.

News of the sale emerged late last week when an anonymous seller listed the collection of furniture and personal items on the Lawsons auction website.

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Titled «Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf Home Contents», the catalog offered several hints about the seller, including the apartment’s signature harbor views and a striking, empty Jack Daniels swing bottle with a corkscrew to mount on a bench.

Speculation is that Laws kept his magnum of Wild Turkey on top.

Among the items listed are pieces collected by Laws and Caroline during their long marriage.

The collection reflects Caroline’s taste for Eastern design and Asian antiques, adding a touch of their unique style to the auction.



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