Skateboard king scores new NSW home sale record

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Jonathan Chancellor

The Daily Telegraph

Skateboarder entrepreneurs Jeff and Fleur Anning have scored an eye-watering coup with the record sale of their beachfront home

The big surprise about the record Tweed Coast house sale by electric skateboarder entrepreneurs Jeff and Fleur Anning was that the purchaser comes from Adelaide.

The $14.05m Cabarita Beach buyer was John Falzon, founder of landfill biogas company LMS Energy, and his wife Donje.

They live in Springfield, Adelaide.

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The Cabarita Beach house sold by Jeff and Fleur Anning to John Falzon.

The Annings had purchased the 718sq m property in 2019 for $4.075m, then commissioning the modernist-style residence from architect Luke Henderson they dubbed Caba Hill Beach House.

Constructed two years ago, it was listed with $15m hopes through Smile Elite Real Estate.

It has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a four-car garage. The three-level home with robust concrete exterior has rainforest on its southern boundary.

It comes with 360-degree views from Norries Headland to Round Mountain in the west and Kingscliff to the north.

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Jeff and Fleur Anning. Picture: Luke Marsden

John Falzon. Picture: Supplied

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Falzon founded LMS in 1996, pioneering landfill biogas-based renewable energy use in Australia. Each year, LMS’s 26 carbon abatement projects reduce over four million tonnes of greenhouse gases from being emitted into the atmosphere, making LMS one of Australia’s largest emissions reducers.

The Tweed Coast record stood at the $9.45m paid for a Kingscliff beachfront property sold by Nick Witheriff of LJ Hooker.

$14m view.

Beach vibes.

Outside the tri-level home.

It was purchased by Allan Greenfield, majority owner of cable company TriCab.

He is from Melbourne, which has long been a rich source of buyers for the strip.

North Point, a resort-style offering spanning three blocks, had been on and off the market since late 2019.

Designed by Paul Uhlmann, the 2009 house bettered the previous nearby $8.97m record, which was set in 2022 by Gail Kellow, wife of Glenn Kellow, the former chief of Peabody Energy.

According to PropTrack, only one house has been sold in Cabarita Beach over the past 12 months.

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