Rona's Terry Agnew emerges as mystery buyer of Phoebe Kyriakou's Eleuthera

Rona's Terry Agnew emerges as mystery buyer of Phoebe Kyriakou's Eleuthera
Rona's Terry Agnew emerges as mystery buyer of Phoebe Kyriakou's Eleuthera

The Great Keppel Island owner Terrry Agnew has spent $10.35 million on Eleuthera, the Woollahra trophy home of Phoebe Kyriakou, the ex-wife of the Monaco-based Australian mining magnate Chris Kyriakou.

The four bedroom Eleuthera on Rosemont Avenue, Woollahra's most prestigious street, sold through BradfieldCleary agent Georgia Cleary on delayed settlement terms.

It last traded for $7.9 million in 2011, when the 1910-era residence was purchased from the Point Piper-bound hotelier Peter Ryan and his wife Toni.

Agnew and wife, Kyril are still awaiting a buyer for Rona, the Bellevue Hill trophy home which is listed through Bart Doff at Laing & Simmons in conjunction with Ben Collier at The Agency. 

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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Trophy Sale Woollahra

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