Convicted doctor John Balafas scores $10 million for Dover Heights home


Doctor John Balafas, who was convicted of assault and intimidation in May of last year, has sold his Dover Heights home for no less than $10 million.

Balafas, who purchased the house for $3.8 million in April 2015, was previously sentenced to an 18-month community correction order following assault charges.

34 Portland St, Dover Heights sold in the $9m-$10m range.
34 Portland St, Dover Heights sold in the $9m-$10m range. Photo:

According to, the three-bedroom property at 34 Portland St was listed for sale for $9 million to $10 million and sold on Wednesday by Biller Property principal Paul Biller and his associate, Ben Torban.

Neither agent was available on Friday night to confirm more information on the sale, but sources confirmed it sold within that price range; the median house price in Dover Heights over the past year is known to be $6.3m.





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