Ferrari boss Herbert Appleroth sells Sydney waterfront apartment for $13 MILLION – six years after Leonardo DiCaprio rejected it as a rental

Ferrari manager Herbert Appleroth has sold his waterfront loft for $13 million – six years after Hollywood performer Leonardo DiCaprio rejected it as a rental.

Mr Appleroth multiplied his cash on the five-room home on Pyrmont’s Sydney Wharf after he acquired two fresh out of the plastic new lofts in 2008 for $6.8 million and blended them into the planner cushion.

The condo has a private anteroom with select security utilize, four overhangs with harbor sees, four washrooms and four bolt up parking spots, as per Area.

The house has 24-meter water facing, 400 square meters of open arrangement living and overhead radiators.

There is a completely supplied martini bar and a private wine basement to provide food for 2000 jug and also on location attendant, a lap pool and rec center.

The property additionally brags a 18-meter marina ideal for an extravagance yacht.

DiCaprio examined the home in 2011 as a potential rental amid his time in Sydney recording Baz Luhrmann’s The Incomparable Gatsby.

He turned down the Pyrmont property and rather selected a $36 million chateau in Vaucluse, Sydney’s east, with seven rooms, a tennis court and enough carport space for nine autos.

The offer of the Pyrmont house has beaten the past suburb high of $12 million set in 2015.

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