Walter Barda-designed Pavillion House, Thompson Street Tamarama sold

Walter Barda-designed Pavillion House, Thompson Street Tamarama sold
Walter Barda-designed Pavillion House, Thompson Street Tamarama sold

The one-time Tamarama record-holder, Pavilion House, has been sold prior to its scheduled September auction.

But mystery remains whether it bettered its 2017 record sale price.

It last traded three years ago for $11.2 million when the now former Ramsay Health Care chief Chris Rex and his wife Lynette bought it.

Walter Barda-designed Pavillion House, Thompson Street Tamarama sold

The prior owners were the sports and entertainment manager Basil Scaffidi and his wife Catherine.

The house was designed by architect Walter Barda set high on the ridge on Thompson Street.

Walter Barda-designed Pavillion House, Thompson Street Tamarama sold

Located between Tamarama and Bronte Beaches, the Hamptons style beach house has 180-degree views over the beach, ocean and Mackenzies Bay.

The five bedroom home comes with a four car garage with a lift to all of its three levels.

It features a poolside entertaining pavilion.

It was sold by D’Leanne Lewis, of Laing+Simmons Double Bay, in conjunction with Phillips Pantzer Donnelley, who had an $11 million to $11.5 million guide for its anticipated September 19 auction.

 

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