Pymble home of WWII Spitfire pilot Lysle Roberts listed

Pymble home of WWII Spitfire pilot Lysle Roberts listed
Pymble home of WWII Spitfire pilot Lysle Roberts listed

The Pymble home of the late World War II Spitfire pilot Lysle Roberts, who headed jeweller Fairfax and Roberts but called himself a salesman, has been listed for sale following his death last year.

Sunnydale Cottage, the 1928 colonial Georgian Revival-style residence on 1275 square metres on Mocatta Avenue, was bought in 1950 for £9000.

The four bedroom home has $2.5 million hopes for its September 28 auction.

There are $8 million hopes for his longtime Palm Beach weekender.

The Iluka Road property was rebuilt in the ’70s and comes with a passageway to the beach.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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