David Gyngell and Leila McKinnon at Screen Qld/Stan Logies cocktail party on the Gold Coast.
The removalists haven’t been spotted, but the former Nine CEO David Gyngell and wife, reporter Leila McKinnon are whispered to have sold their Dover Heights home.
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The clifftop home was built in 2004 after a 1940s home was demolished, following its $1.15 million purchase in 1998.
David Gyngell leaves his Dover Heights home.
The mansion, designed by David’s sister Briony Fitzgerald and mother Anne, was featured in Belle.
“Every room, including the bathrooms, captures views of the ocean, coast or harbour in the distance.
On a clear day, you can see from Palm Beach to Wollongong,” the magazine reported.
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The rumoured new occupants are retirement village entreprenuer Adam Somerville and wife, Alex from North Bondi.
No price has been revealed yet, but a nearby Wentworth Street knockdown offering sold at auction recently for a bullish $6 million.
The Byron Bay hinterland couple retain their renovated Bondi Beach investment property.