RED Property donate Bayview, Bachelor home sale commission to charity

RED Property donate Bayview, Bachelor home sale commission to charity
RED Property donate Bayview, Bachelor home sale commission to charity

La Joie de Vivre, better known as the original home for Australia's hit reality show The Bachelor, sold in June, and selling agency RED Property have donated their full commission to charity. 

Expected to have fetched around $7 million, RED Property donated the $141,000 commission to the Melanoma Foundation. Its the Bayview home where Tim Robards handed out the roses.

James Economides was the selling agent of the home which was owned by retired transport magnate Greg Poche and his wife Kayvan.

RED Property donate Bayview, Bachelor home sale commission to charity

 

He sold the French provincial home to freight tycoon Clive Thomas and his wife Lee, as couple look set to move to Sydney where their company, C.T. Freight is headquartered.

Set on 4091 sqm, the commanding three level home has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a banquet size dining room, a combined home office, library, games room, gym and temperature controlled wine cellar.

Befitting of the show, the grounds contain extensive customised outdoor entertaining areas with a commercial outdoor kitchen complete with bar adjoining the resort-style heated pool, sauna and spa.

There's also a secluded championship-size tennis court. 

 

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