Angus Kennard sells redundant North Manly home

Angus Kennard sells redundant North Manly home
Angus Kennard sells redundant North Manly home

Having spent a suburb record of around $18 million in Cremorne, Kennards Hire CEO Angus Kennard and wife Angela have now their North Manly home.

The Riverview Parade home has been transformed by architect Utz Sandby since Kennard paid $1.95 million in 2010.

It had a $5 million guide.

Featured in Grand Designs Magazine, the glass framed home adjoining Manly Lagoon sits in 655 square metres of resort-like landscaped gardens.

It has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and a vergola-covered barbecue deck overlooking a heated swimming pool and jacuzzi.

Rowe Partners agent Jake Rowe and Ben O'Brien had a May 26 auction but sold it before hand.

The Kennards have recently bought Glencoe, the six level Cremorne waterfront.

Angus Kennard is the third-generation of Kennards to head up the equipment hire company, founded by his grandfather Walter Kennard 70 years ago.

 

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