Tamarama's trophy home site with plans listed by Built's Marco Rossi

Tamarama's trophy home site with plans listed by Built's Marco Rossi
Tamarama's trophy home site with plans listed by Built's Marco Rossi

A Tamarama Marine Drive, Tamarama building block has been listed by Marco Rossi, chairman and founder of the construction company Built.

There have been $15 million reported expectations.

Rossi bought the property back in 2007 for $11 million through the Blacket Agency, setting a record for the suburb at the time.

He demolished the existing building and excavated at a cost of around $1 million.

Rossi has since moved to Bellevue Hill's Yoorami with his partner, Stephanie Stokes, as they wanted the family to be closer to schools.

Plans for the five bedroom home include an eight-car garage and a lift from the street frontage.

The plans are estimated to cost another $7 million.

They were designed by internationally renowned architect Wallace E. Cunningham.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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