Former tennis champion Sandon Stolle sells Curl Curl home

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A young Sandon Stolle at Davis Cup training in 2000. Picture: Titus Ray.

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 Curl Curl home sold by Sandon Stolle and wife Margot.

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.

Charles Gibbon has emerged as the buyer of Robby Ingham’s estate.

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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