Woollahra home of Phoebe Kyriakou listed

Woollahra home of Phoebe Kyriakou listed
Woollahra home of Phoebe Kyriakou listed

The Woollahra home of Phoebe Kyriakou, ex-wife of the Monaco-based Australian mining magnate Chris Kyriakou, has been listed with $10 million plus hopes.

Eleuthera last traded at $7.9 million in 2011 when the Rosemont Avenue home was bought from publican Peter Ryan and wife Toni.

The one time film producer Phoebe remained in residence of the home while Chris stayed in Monaco, heading up the Cayman Islands based Natasa Mining.

Set on 570 sqm, the home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. 

Chris Kyriakou, the longtime mining magnate known as “The Golden Greek”, first made headlines in the financial page gossip columns back in the highflying late 1980s. 

His last big splash was when the couple celebrated their birthdays together with a six-day, $1 million party on Christina Onassis’s yacht off Monaco - his 60th and her 40th some six years ago.

He recently sold Bowral's iconic 1888 Grand Arcade for $10 million, doubling his money having paid $4.75 million in 1999.

Their glamorous Southern Highlands farm, also known as Eleuthera, sold in 2015 for $4.25 million. They married at the Ellesmere Road property in 2000. 

They'd previously been renting Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's Point Piper investment mansion.

His address in Monaco has been the prestigious Seaside Plaza on the Avenue des Ligures.  

This article first appeared in the Daily Telegraph.



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