Billionaire Lex Greensill buys Bundaberg's The Glass House

Billionaire Lex Greensill buys Bundaberg's The Glass House
Billionaire Lex Greensill buys Bundaberg's The Glass House

Lex Greensill, the farmer turned billionaire financier, has bought up big in Queensland's Bundaberg region.

The Greensill Capital boss has spent $4.12 million on The Glass House, the multi-award winning home in Bargara, a coastal town.

Billionaire Lex Greensill buys Bundaberg's The Glass House

The home will no doubt act as a base for Greensill who is opening a bond-issuance team in Bundaberg for his $5 billion business.

Designed by LG International architects in collaboration with SBT Design, the absolute beachfront on Kelly's Beach was designed to connect to its natural surrounds.

Each of the three levels are serviced by a unique Italian glass Domus lift.

The five bedroom home sits in 2,240 sqm of tropical gardens that feature a heated pool, wood-fire pizza oven and barbecue.

Billionaire Lex Greensill buys Bundaberg's The Glass House

Ray White New Farm agents Hamish Bowman and Perry Edmondson-Clark secured the sale.

Raised on his parent's sugar cane and sweet potato farm in Bundaberg, Greensill studied law by correspondence and worked at a local law firm.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

 

 

 

 
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