Tamarama's $11.2 million Pavilion House buyer revealed

Tamarama's $11.2 million Pavilion House buyer revealed
Tamarama's $11.2 million Pavilion House buyer revealed

Lynette Rex, wife of the soon to retire Ramsay Health Care chief Chris Rex, has emerged as the buyer of Pavilion House, the $11.2 million Tamarama home that set the suburb record last month.

It was the home of Bronte Surf Club president and sports and entertainment manager Basil Scaffidi and wife Catherine.

Walter Barda designed the three level residence on 390 square metres in 2012 after the land traded at $3,625,000 in 2005.

Phillips Pantzer Donnelley sold the five bedroom home in just five days.

The Rex's recently sold their Bondi Beach penthouse in The Bondi for $7,575,000 having bought it for $7.35 million just 18 months earlier.

They have since listed their long-held Bronte home on the pricey Yanko Avenue.

The couple paid $985,000 in 1998.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph.

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