Sneaky Sound System’s Connie Mitchell cashes in with Hampton pre-auction sale

INTERNATIONAL music ­sensation Connie Mitchell has quickly cashed in her one-bedroom Potts Point investment apartment, ­accepting a $975,000 pre-auction offer. The Sneaky Sound System singer paid $670,000 off the plan for the fifth-floor apartment in the …
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