Former Coles exec George Dymond lists luxury Brighton home

Former Coles exec George Dymond lists luxury Brighton home
Former Coles exec George Dymond lists luxury Brighton home

Recently departed senior Coles executive George Dymond is selling his luxury Brighton home.

Dymond, who was previously the merchandise director at the supermarket giant until earlier this year, paid $3.99 million for the Atkinson Pontifex-built entertainer in 2014.

Set on 1,115 square metres, the home has five bedrooms and a study across its two levels.

In the grounds is a salt-water solar heated swimming pool and a self-contained summer house with windows of walls.

Nick Johnstone Real Estate Brighton agents Kris Barker and Matt Cleverdon have $4.9 million to $5.39 million hopes at its July 27 auction.

Dymond spent two decades at Coles before turning to independent consultancy six months ago. 

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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