Sports and entertainment manager Basil Scaffidi buys back into the Eastern suburbs

Sports and entertainment manager Basil Scaffidi buys back into the Eastern suburbs

FROM footballers to TV stars, CEOs and the general movers and shakers of Aussie business — here is your guide to all the latest luxury listings and celebrity property merry-go-round movements.

Basil Scaffidi buys back into the Eastern ‘burbs

SPORTS and entertainment manager Basil Scaffidi and wife Catherine have timed their property dealings nicely.

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Upsizers find the perfect fit

They sold Pavilion House, their Tamarama home for $11.2 million in late 2017, at the market peak, and have now bought back in, downsizing to a $3.5 million home in Clovelly. Sold through Adrian Bo at McGrath, there is a whisper the Scaffidis will rebuild.

The three-bedroom home near the beach last sold for $375,000 in 1989. The couple had been renting nearby at $3000 a week. But it is a little further away from Bronte for Basil, the Bronte Surf Club president.

Kim Medich buys quietly in Hunters Hill

KIM Medich, the daughter of property developer Roy Medich, has quietly spent $7.4 million in Hunters Hill.

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Lush island farm has it all, including dolphins

Set on 2675 sqm, the architect designed non-waterfront, built about 15 years ago by developer Danny Hanna, features a home cinema, dedicated wine room and cellar, and pool in landscaped gardens.

BresicWhitney Hunters Hill agent Nicole Robertson handled the sale of the home of Ingham Institute group services director John Hexton and wife Karen. They were shopping around buyers with an $8 million asking price having paid $5.8 million in 2012.

BetaShares boss buys in Bellevue Hill

CO-FOUNDER and managing director of the fintech fund manager BetaShares Alex Vynokur has bought in Bellevue Hill.

Vynokur, who has built the $4 billion empire in the decade since its 2009 inception, has spent $1,735,000 on a house-sized apartment on the ground floor of the The Riviera block.

It’s the highest price paid in the late 1990s development which has 11 apartments. The 160 sqm apartment has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a terrace with harbour views. Belle Property Bondi Junction agents Edward Brown and William Houston sold the unit.


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