Lisa Keighery lists Palm Beach trophy with $17 million price tag

Lisa Keighery lists Palm Beach trophy with $17 million price tag
Lisa Keighery lists Palm Beach trophy with $17 million price tag

Lisa Keighery has listed her Snapperman Beach, Palm Beach retreat with $17 million hopes.

The beachfront, set on the prized Iluka Rd, is being marketed by McGrath agent William Manning as a classic contemporary home.

“It is the epitome of beachside luxury and style,” Manning said. Keighery, who used architect Alexander Roth along with Marco ­Meneguzzi for the interiors, is now seeking a Southern Highlands cottage project, and to buy back into the Sydney market.

Her home was bought for $7,555,000 in 2007, a year before her fashion-designer husband Mark Keighery died, having fought cancer for 10 years.

Lisa Keighery lists Palm Beach trophy with  million price tag

Her listing follows the ­recent $9 million nearby purchase by Anthony Scali, the retail family’s third buy. The Mitchell family had paid $72,500 in 1977. Goldman Sachs’ Zac Fletcher bought the adjoining building block for $10.35 million.

Lisa Keighery lists Palm Beach trophy with  million price tag

The top sale on Iluka Rd remains Uncle Toby’s founder Doug Shears, who bought Anakela for $15 million in 2007 from the late grocery ­tycoon Jim Fleming.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph. 

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