Angela Fleming sells Point Piper prestige apartment

Angela Fleming sells Point Piper prestige apartment
Angela Fleming sells Point Piper prestige apartment

Angela Fleming, the widow of the late grocery tycoon Jim Fleming, hasn't stayed long on the Point Piper harbourfront.

She bought mining executive Ian Stolyar's Point Piper apartment (photographed on sale) for $12.3 million in late 2013, but quietly sold it recently.

She secured $13.5 million from motorcycle dealer Robert Cassen through LJ Hooker Bill Malouf.

Angela Fleming had beaten off the Maloney hotelier family to secure the Point Piper apartment. 

Since her husband's death, Angela has sold Donnington Grange, with its so-called classic neo-Georgian pedigree atop Bellevue Hill, for $19 milion in 2014.

Anakela, their Palm Beach beachfront, near Sand Point, sold to the Uncle Tobys founder Doug Shears in 2007 at a record $15 million. 

Hawaii is her much loved preference these days having often holidayed there with Jim.

Nicknamed "The Grocer", Jim Fleming married Angela Yang in 1994. His first marriage had ended in 1982 to the model Lois Wherrett who after marrying in 1955 had three sons, Lee, Dean and Paul. 

Lois Wherrett was in a lesser known, but none-the-less, quintessential 1954 Max Dupain photograph with Hugin sewing machine in a Sydney street.

The Fleming family matriarch, Lois Fleming has recently listed her Ken Woolley-designed Darling Point The Point Villas apartment which was bought new in 2002 for $5,375,000 from developers Bill Shipton and Mark Bouris. It has been listed for August 27 auction through Raine & Horne's Max Spartalis and Aaron Fleming, the grandson.

Easily more than $8 million is expected. 

The article was first published by the Saturday Daily Telegraph.


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