Fashionista Robby Ingham relists Tamarama record setter with $14.75 million asking price

Fashionista Robby Ingham relists Tamarama record setter with $14.75 million asking price
Fashionista Robby Ingham relists Tamarama record setter with $14.75 million asking price

The Tamarama home of former fashion retail pioneer and Ingham Chicken heir Robby Ingham and wife Sarah is back on the market after a collapsed sale.

It was thought to have set a suburb record when it sold in August for close to $14 million, however an expat banker opted not to proceed with the purchase.

Pauline Goodyer at Goodyer Real Estate retains the listing that first went up for sale in April.

It now comes with $14.75 million hopes.

It is a three storey home with five bedrooms and five bathrooms.

Fashionista Robby Ingham relists Tamarama record setter with .75 million asking price

The ground floor features a split level design comprising a kitchen, living room and separate dining room. Each zone opens onto a terrace.

The master retreat with ensuite offers floor to ceiling windows that open onto a private ocean facing balcony.

The lower ground level has a 25 metre lap pool with a gym, family room and a self-contained studio apartment.

The oceanfront reserve Gaerloch Avenue property was redundant as the Inghams had built nearby after demolishing a block of six apartments which cost $14.45 million in 2013.

Ingham is a famous name around the Sydney fashion scene.

Ingham and his siblings received an inheritance from the family chicken business, which was sold to the private equity company TPG Capital in 2013.

This article first appeared in the Daily 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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