Neutral Bay home of Flavour of India founder listed

Neutral Bay home of Flavour of India founder listed
Neutral Bay home of Flavour of India founder listed

The Neutral Bay home of Lola Crossingham, founder of Flavour of India restaurants, has been listed for sale.

McGrath Neutral Bay agent Gareth Richards has the three bedroom residence offering, which hash harbour views from its Kurraba Point vantage point.

The Penshurst Avenue abode is being offered with a $3.85 million to $4.15 million price guidance.

Lola was founder and operator of Flavour of India restaurants in Glebe and Edgecliff, which she ran successfully for more than two decades before selling to retire six years ago.

Prior to this she was the director of advertising at Sussan Corporation in which she headed the wildly successful 'This Goes With That' campaign.

It was in her 20s that Crossingham got a passion for real estate with the purchase, renovation and subsequent sales of property.

"Since then, I have completed countless major renovations with many of the houses being included in magazine editorials," she said.

These days her time is spent between my home in rural northern NSW and her home in Bali.

"I do not see myself walking away from the possibility of future property ventures," she said.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.

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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