Former tennis champion Sandon Stolle sells Curl Curl home
Tennis champion Sandon Stolle, the former No. 2 world doubles player and son of the legendary Fred Stolle, has sold his Curl Curl home for $2.75 million.
Now coaching for Tennis Australia interstate, he and wife Margot had owned the hilltop location overlooking the beach since 2007 when they paid $2.075 million.
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The tri-level house on Gardere Ave has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and two double garages, with dual street access.
There is room for a pool on the 540sqm holding that was offered through James Smyth at Smyth Estate Agents with a $2.75 million guide.
Gerringong estate sells for $11.3 million.
Kiwi-born funds manager Charles Gibbon and wife Claire are the $11.3 million buyers of the Gerringong oceanfront estate of fashion pioneer Robby Ingham.
Ingham and wife Sarah listed the property late last year with $10 million hopes through Ray White Gerringong agent Neil Campbell, after owning the 40ha ex-dairy since 2012.
While the Inghams had approval for a 10-bedroom Nick Tobias-designed luxury retreat, the family found an alternative retreat — a nearby riverfront holding.
The Gibbons are no strangers to buying and building, having constructed a retreat on 6ha in nearby Bellawongarah.
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