Michael Gambaro’s home sold almost two years after his death – realestate.com.au

Michael Gambaro’s home sold almost two years after his death - realestate.com.au

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The Gambaros’ Purple Hill residence

Joyce Gambaro, widow of restaurateur Michael Gambaro, has bought the Purple Hill residence cherished by the couple – nearly two years after the hospitality legend’s demise.

The Gambaros’ large five-bedroom, three-bathroom, four-car-garage residence bought for $3.41m, based on Queensland Division of Sources information.

The house has been stored in pristine unique situation because it was constructed three many years in the past, an inventory by Area Property mentioned on realestate.com.au.

“This unique cavity brick three storey residence has been held in the identical household because it was constructed roughly 33 years in the past.”

A bed room within the Gambaro residence

Michael Gambaro died in November 2020 from acute kidney harm and coronary heart failure, after a lifetime hospitality profession throughout which he turned his dad and mom’ fish and chip store on Caxton St right into a sprawling restaurant and lodge empire.

The couple’s Purple Hill residence was mentioned to have “three ranges of simple high quality and workmanship all in unique situation”, although it stays to be seen if the brand new homeowners hold the location as is or ask for council approval to have a look at different choices corresponding to an condominium growth or subdivision into two luxurious residence websites.

The property, which has 180-degree views from town to Mt Coot-tha, was described as a status residence or growth web site, with a 1492sq m block and two-street frontage.

The doorway and stairwell


Joyce and Michael Gambaro

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