Medical cannabis consultant Con Tangalakis buys at Portsea

Medical cannabis consultant Con Tangalakis buys at Portsea
Medical cannabis consultant Con Tangalakis buys at Portsea

Management consultant Chris Livitsanis has sold his Portsea home, without water views, for almost $6 million.

The architect-designed home was built after he bought the vacant building block in 2015 for $900,000.

It is understood to have sold to pharmaceutical and medical cannabis consultant Con Tangalakis.

Medical cannabis consultant Con Tangalakis buys at Portsea

The home was designed by architect Dominic Piccolo as a five-bedroom, six-bathroom house.

It came with an initial $6.2 million to $6.4 million price guide through Liz Jensen at Kay & Burton.

The Australian Financial Review dubbed Livitsanis a "house flipper".

Livitsanis's prior's weekender Dreamweaver, the Portsea back beach offering that fetched $3.5 million having been passed in at 2014 auction on a $3.5 million vendor bid.

It had been on and off the market over the past two years with an asking price of $3.5 million.

The two-storey Cheviot Road home with gas and solar-heated lap pool and spa plus championship Modgrass tennis court was sold to Arthur and Effie Charlaftis.

He is the former REA Group chief operating officer.

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