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The three sons of the highly beloved pharmacist Bruce Bathgate grew up playing cricket on this lawn … now touted as “the biggest product in this year’s Double Bay.”
“I received 40 emails as soon as I posted them online,” says Steven Zoellner of Laing and Simmons Double Bay.
“It’s hot, hot, and hot because it’s a vast land within 100 meters of Woolworths and all coffee shops.”
Original 4-bedroom bungalow with 2 bathrooms in 836 sqm block 15 Carlotta Road I have been in the Busgate family for 65 years.
Bruce, who ran a Bathgate pharmacy in Rose Bay for 40 years, died in January.
As his son Angus said in his compliment, his father is known for his care and empathy, which became a movie about gay men with AIDS in the 1980s, “Holding the. Mentioned in.
Angus said: “At that time, disapproval and discrimination were widespread.
“They mention in a book of extraordinary respect, kindness, and humor that they found during this difficult time from Rosebay pharmacist Bruce.
“Of course, this was my dad.”
Bruce inherited Carlotta Road’s property from his mother in the early 1960s and spent many happy years at home with his wife Beatrice and sons Duncan, Angus and Hamish.
It is understood that the sons are pleased that Zoellner has a list, as the agent attended Scotts University, as Bruce and his three sons did.
There is a $ 9 million price guide prior to the October 19th auction.
The property comes with valuable R3 zoning, but Zoellner has two ideas about whether to sell it to developers or families.
“With parliamentary approval, buyers can build three huge terraces with elevators, blocks of apartments, or just one huge dwelling,” he said.
“You never know, it was possible to go to a family who wants to play cricket in a large garden, as this family did.”
The late pharmacist Bruce Bathgate’s Double Bay home is “hot, hot, hot,” the agent says.
https://www.realestate.com.au/news/double-bay-home-of-the-late-pharmacist-bruce-bathgate-is-hot-hot-hot-says-agent/ The late pharmacist Bruce Bathgate’s Double Bay home is “hot, hot, hot,” the agent says.