DJ Annie Conley emerges as buyer of Robbie Ingham's Tamarama apartment

DJ Annie Conley emerges as buyer of Robbie Ingham's Tamarama apartment
DJ Annie Conley emerges as buyer of Robbie Ingham's Tamarama apartment

Bellevue Hill DJ Annie Conley is believed to be the buyer of the Tamarama home of pioneering fashion retailer Robbie Ingham and wife Sarah.

It's expected she's paid around $13 million for the Gaerloch Avenue property that sold for $14 million last year, only for the buyer to walk away from the deal.

Ray White Double Bay's Ashley Bierman handled the sale this time around with the listing held by Pauline Goodyer at Goodyer Real Estate.

A 25 metre pool spanned the five bedroom home which offered point blank ocean views.

The Ingham's moved round the corner last year when they completed the construction of their new home.

Ingham opened his first store on Oxford Street in 1983, importing designer clothes that were soon worn by the fashion set of Sydney. 

After 32 years Ingham decided to shut up shop in 2015, retiring given the trend towards online shopping had dented trade and his joy of face to face customer interaction.

Ingham also owns in Gerringong, a 40-hectare parcel where he's building a retreat with tennis court, pavilion, barn, stables and pool.

Conley is now seeking a buyer for her O'Sullivan Road home, a refurbished 1930s Prof Lesley Wilkinson home.

It goes to September 19 auction through Bierman in conjunction with Bradley Caldwell-Eyles at 1st City Double Bay.

"DJ Annie" is the daughter of the late aviation pioneer and property investor, John Conley.

Her house set in the Will Dangar gardens comes with $6 million to $6.5 million price guidance.

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