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Rose Bay’s Lapin House sold as knock-down rebuild for $16.6 million

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Rose Bay’s Lapin House sold as knock-down rebuild for $16.6 million

The Rose Bay modernist home of bankrupt former mining executive Ian Stolyar and his wife Beth has sold on the quiet for $16.6 million as a knock-down rebuild to London-based expat foreign exchange dealer Tony Collick.

The waterfront property was designed as Lapin House in 1949 by the late architect Neville Gruzman for his aunt Mollie Lapin, and long owned by former High Court judge Michael Kirby and his partner Johan van Vloten after they bought it in 1976 for $190,000 from lawyer Peter Murphy.

Mr Kirby and Mr van Vloten sold the residence to the Stolyar family in late 2014 for $10.7 million, two years before Mr Stolyar was declared bankrupt

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