House of K’dor’s Tarik and Zena Kaddour sell out in Dover Heights as Bondi Junction’s new record

Celebrity jewelers Tarik and Zena Kaddour of House of K’dor have sold their glamorous – diamond-inspired – home ahead of the auction for an eye-watering price.

Celebrity jewelers Tarik and Zena Kaddour of House of K’dor have sold their glamorous – diamond-inspired – home ahead of the auction for an eye-watering price.

Ray White Double Bay’s Alan Fettes and principal Elliott Placks had guided $9m for 21 Rodney St, Dover Heights, but managed to secure $9.9m.

Zena Kaddour had said the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home with a double garage, cinema and swimming pool had a lot to do with their profession.

“The window design was inspired by the facets of a diamond with a combination of different shapes allowing light to enter the house reflecting the shine,” she said.

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Kaddour added that buying jewelry and goods were “two emotional transactions…you have to connect.”

The couple commissioned Justin Long Design and builders Asiel Constructions for the year-long project. They had purchased the original bungalow on the 462 sq m block for $3.6 million in 2020.

The buyers are Lucy Shaghi, who works in aged care, and her husband, Sajjad Saidabadi, director of property services at the Lord Foundation.

Fettes also sold Nicole and Brad Allen’s home at 1 Lyons St, Dover Heights for $8.6million after just a week in line.

The guide was $7.5-8 million.

The Allens had bought it for 5.6m two years ago, with the only change at that time a DA for a reno.

Bondi Junction record

A merged apartment at 2602-2603/71 Spring St, Bondi Junction owned by the Stevens family has sold for $5.6 million after eight months on the market with Nicholas Armstrong-Smith of Century 21 Bondi Junction.

This is the highest price for a house or apartment ever seen in the suburbs. The previous record was $5.5 million for one unit.

The beauty of Rose Bay

‘Callista’ in Greek means ‘most beautiful’, so this project in Newcastle St, Rose Bay seems aptly named.

Designed by MHNDU with interiors by lawless&meyerson, all eight units are developed by Aurora.

Prices range between $4.5 million and $7 million via Daniel Ungar and Di Wilson of Ray White Double Bay.

Originally published as House of K’dor’s Tarik and Zena Kaddour Sold in Dover Heights as New Bondi Junction Record

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