Brad Pillinger

By UY Admin

Brad began selling high-end luxury property in 1995. The son of Sydney’s real estate doyen Ron Pillinger, he inherited his father’s focus, determination and the expert art of negotiation. A Trinity Grammar School scholar and graduate from UNSW, his career started with a bang after he sold the Heinze Estate, “Fintry”, Bellevue Hill. Every year since, without exception, Brad’s name has appeared among Australia’s top ten property sales by price.

Brad has a relentless focus on achieving the very best price for each individual vendor, regardless of property size and price point. He has the ability to make even the most complicated transactions smooth and seamless. Numerous sales of the same property at ever increasing prices such as “Villa Igiea” Vaucluse, “Caerleon” Bellevue Hill, “Coolongatta” Vaucluse, and Point Piper residences – 16 Longworth Avenue, 48 Wunulla Road, and 29a Wentworth Street are testament to his strong skillset, experience and enduring vendor relationships.

Brad’s notable sales include:

“Portofino” Point Piper $60.66M

“Villa Igiea” Vaucluse $52M (having sold it 3 times)

“Routala” 64 Wunulla Road, Point Piper $51M

19 Bayview Hill Road, Rose Bay  undisclosed

Wolseley Road, Point Piper Undisclosed

42a Wolseley Road, Point Piper $33M

2 Fisher Avenue, Vaucluse $36.5M

60 Wunulla Road, Point Piper Circa $30M

7 Rose Bay Avenue, Bellevue Hill Circa $30M

Address Undisclosed, Point Piper  Circa $30M


Recent achievements:

Highest price ever in Rose Bay

Highest price for home in Australia 2021

4 Sales in top 10 sales in Australia 2021

For a 26 years in a row, sales in the top 10 by price for the year

Suburb, building, and street records ranging from $880,000 to over $65M (last 12 months)