Billionaire freight heir Anthony Tzaneros and wife Poppy list east Sydney terrace for sale


Ahead of the arrival of their first child, billionaire freight heir Anthony Tzaneros and interior designer wife Poppy, are selling their ­recently renovated Woollahra terrace in Sydney’s east.

The classic Rush street terrace, built in the 1890s, sits on a 120 sqm block of land featuring three bedrooms and a studio apartment above the garage.

The Woollahra property was purchased for $2.1 million in 2016 and is currently placed within a $3.25 million guide for its September 10 auction.

The couple tied the knot last October, and following their traditional Greek ceremony, took over the Rockpool restaurant for their reception.

The couple will be relocating to their recently purchased $7.45 million Bellevue Hill home.





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