Fashion veteran Peter Weiss sells Peter Muller designed Palm Beach weekender

Fashion veteran Peter Weiss sells Peter Muller designed Palm Beach weekender
Fashion veteran Peter Weiss sells Peter Muller designed Palm Beach weekender

Fashion veteran Peter Weiss has sold his former Palm Beach weekender.

If whispers are to be believed, Weiss accepted just shy of his $3.9 million asking price through LJ Hooker Palm Beach agent Peter Robinson.

Peter Muller designed the three bedroom, three bathroom Bynya Road home in a pavilion style. One pavillion homes the master suite and there's a separate two bedroom pavillion.

A gas heated wet-edge pool overlooks the water.

Weiss and wife Doris had paid interior designer Pia Ruggeri and lawyer Phil Purcell $1.9 million for the home in 2002. They had bought it from model agent Peter Chadwick in 2002 for $1.9 million.

The home has been redundant since Weiss and wife Doris traded up to the beach. They spent possibly more than $10 million on the waterfront home of rag trader-turned-farmer Gordon Smith who had the home renovated by Walter Barda in 2010.

 

 

 

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