Last home in estate of Holocaust survivor Tom Breuer and art dealer Eva Breuer goes up for sale

23 Drumalbyn Rd, Bellevue Hill, has a $7m price guide.


The trophy home within the estate of late Holocaust survivor Tom Breuer and his art dealer wife Eva Breuer sold for $33m, and a townhouse for $8m, but now comes the final piece in the jigsaw.

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This is the other townhouse, 23 Drumalbyn Rd, one of the “granny flats” if you like to the grand Dino Burattini-designed residence, that has a $7m price guide via Brad Pillinger of Pillinger of Pillinger and Bill Malouf of Highland Double Bay Malouf.

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Open-plan living, dining and the kitchen.


Outdoor dining and the private, east-facing garden.


Multiple living areas.


The purchaser of both the trophy home and the other townhouse was Stephen Dash, the 39-year-old founder of finance tech startup Credible, who’d reportedly landed in Silicon Valley in September 2012 with one suitcase and one contact.

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The Breuers had bought No. 23 for $365,000 in 1998, records show, with it renting out for many years, most recently for $2,100 a week in 2020.

The master suite.


There are three upper terraces.


The two-storey residence on a 588sqm block has three bedrooms and three bathrooms with a double garage and space for two more cars.

Completely hidden from the street, it offers sensational north-easterly harbour views.

The open-plan living areas with parquetry floors are full of natural light, opening to a terrace and a private, east-facing garden.

There’s a granite kitchen with a breakfast bar; three upper terraces; and the master suite comes with a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite.

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