Adam Gandel buys 1900s home in Armadale

Adam Gandel buys 1900s home in Armadale
Adam Gandel buys 1900s home in Armadale

Adam Gandel, the 28 year old grandson of billionaire property developer John Gandel, and new wife Amira Jacobson, have spent $4.1 million on a 1900s home in Armadale.

It was a quick flip by former Collingwood forward turned property developer Chris Tarrant and wife Lauren, who paid $2.1 million for the home only last year.

The Toorak based couple transformed the classic solid brick Edwardian known as Wattleglen.

Set on 560 sqm, the home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a sitting room and a study.

Glass sliders open from the open plan kitchen living and dining area to a covered bluestone terrace and private garden.

Marshall White agents John Manton and Fiona Ansell-Jones sold the home.

Adam is senior analyst at accounting firm William Buck, having spent a number of years at Deloitte.

Amira is the co-founder at activewear company Talbot Avenue. They wed at the Royal Melbourne Showgrounds earlier this year.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian Mansion Australia section.

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