PHOTO: The Nick Tobias-designed residence has a Myles Baldwin Design rear garden.

High-profile stockbroker Angus Aitken and his wife Sarah are selling their Nick Tobias-designed residence in Woollahra for $10 million amid plans to upscale their home real estate within the Bellevue Hill-Vaucluse belt.

The parkside property, once owned by the late former Woollahra Mayor Anthony Perry, was bought in 2009 for $3.3 million before Tobias kicked off a meticulous two-year design effort that was eventually approved by council only to then take another two years to build.


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The result is Cooper Park House, a vast split-level house featuring soaring six-metre ceilings in the central living area and expansive, north-facing glass walls overlooking the leafy park behind.

Spread over three levels and privately set behind a double garage, the interiors were a labour of love by Sarah Aitken and Sarah Davison interiors and with a Myles Baldwin-designed rear garden.

64 Edward Street Woollahra
The three-level residence was two years on the drawing board and another two years in construction.

Aitken set up boutique advisory Aitken Murray Capital with veteran stockpicker John Murray in 2017 a few years after a Twitter scandal that featured ANZ Bank’s chief financial officer Michelle Jablko that was eventually settled out of court.

The plum listing has been handed to The Agency’s Ben Collier.