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Ted Pretty buys a Point Piper home. Picture: Mark Stewart
JONATHAN CHANCELLOR
The newly appointed chief of data security firm Covata has spent $2.36 million on a designer apartment in the 1930s Troon building.The two-bedroom apartment on prestigious Wunulla Rd has been reinvented for modern living by Joshua Penn and Benjamin Palmer.It features a dining room that can seat 12 people.Ray White Double Bay agent Elliott Placks secured the sale.Pretty sold his Woollahra home for $4 million last year.Originally published as Point Piper looks good for Ted Pretty