Bronte Surf Club president sells Tamarama trophy home for suburb record

Bronte Surf Club president sells Tamarama trophy home for suburb record
Bronte Surf Club president sells Tamarama trophy home for suburb record

The Tamarama home of sports and entertainment manager, Basil Scaffidi and his wife Catherine has been snappily sold for a suburb record $11.2 million.

The Thompson Street home, known as Pavilion House, edged out the $11 million Built chairman Marco Rossi and his partner Stephanie Stokes paid in 2008.

Scaffidi, the Bronte Surf Club president, paid $3,625,000 in 2005 for the property overlooking the beach and commissioned Walter Barda to design the residence on 390 sqm in 2012.

Bronte Surf Club president sells Tamarama trophy home for suburb record

Spanning three levels with internal lift, the Hampton-style sandstone and timber home has five bedrooms, a home theatre, gym, 500 bottle wine cellar and a resort-style pool.

Scaffidi co-founded Sports and Entertainment Limited with James Erskine, Tony Cochrane and the late David Coe.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

 

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