Wild Boys Afloat owner Joe Elias buys Gladesville waterfront

Wild Boys Afloat owner Joe Elias buys Gladesville waterfront
Wild Boys Afloat owner Joe Elias buys Gladesville waterfront

Joe Elias, owner of the Wild Boys Afloat strip joint, has bought on the Gladesville waterfront paying a record $7 million plus.

Elias, who currently resides in the Putney home bought with wife Rosie around 10 years ago for $1.5 million, paid $7,095,000 result.

The 1200 sqm deep waterfront mansion with a private jetty and pontoon had nine registered parties.

The three-storey property was listed with a guide of $6.5 million to $7 million through McGrath agent John Paranchi.

Paul Kearney, who heads up the animal health products group Autopak-Vetlab, bought its 20 years ago for $1,365,000.

The previous suburb high was set next door at $6.1 million in 2008 when it was bought by Chinese herbal medicine practitioner Qi Xin Chen.

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