PHOTO: ‘This is a dream opportunity to develop the site for either multiple whole floor luxury apartments or one world class super home in one of the world’s most desirable beachside locations,’ the listing reads
- 56 Campbell Parade at Bondi Beach is set to be auctioned off on December 8
- Four two bedroom units above Trio restaurant are being offered for $12million
- Freda Feuerstein bought the block with her husband in 1958 for £11,000
- The 95-year-old survived a year in the Auschwitz Nazi concentration camps
A block of flats on Bondi Beach owned by an Auschwitz survivor for 62 years has been put on the market for $12 million.
The four two bedroom units above Trio restaurant at 56 Campbell Parade are set to be auctioned off on December 8.
The building is owned by Freda Feuerstein, who bought the block in 1958 for £11,000 after fleeing from post-war Europe where she spent a year in the horrific Nazi concentration camp.
56 Campbell Parade at Bondi Beach (pictured) is set to be auctioned off on December 8
The block of four two bedroom units above Trio restaurant (pictured centre) on Australia’s most famous beach are being offered for $12million
The 95-year-old knocked back several offers over the years to buy the flats, including from casino billionaire James Packer, who sold his own property four doors down in 2018 for $29million.
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