Oporto co-founder Linz selling prestige property portfolio

Oporto co-founder Linz selling prestige property portfolio
Oporto co-founder Linz selling prestige property portfolio

The Oporto burger business co-founder Gary Linz is thinking of upgrading on Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach. Presumably into his brother's Allen's recently completed joint development, the Bondi Pacific.

So he's selling his eastern suburbs prestige property portfolio.

His 155 sqm Bondi apartment is for sale through Barry Goldman and Martine Harvey of Raine & Horne.

They sold his neighbouring apartment sold for $2.7 million late last year.

Last weekend his luxury Tamarama property sold prior to auction having been listed with $4 million plus hopes.

Linz bought the house for $3.52 million in 2010 and briefly leased it with a $4,000 a week asking price.

Architecturally designed, the freestanding home has been converted from four bedrooms to three, the master retreat now including a sitting room, sandstone terrace and marble spa ensuite.

Set on 266 sqm, the property features an entertainer's cabana beside the heated mosaic tiled pool and jacuzzi.

Gary is the son of Sam Linz who founded Barbecues Galore.

Gary's newest venture, Monsters in Darlinghurst which slow cooks its burger meats for 12 hours and has the marketing tagline 'the fastest slow food in town'.

He other endeavours since Oporto included Kings Cross rib and chicken restaurant SGT. Sams.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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