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Tech titan Fred Schebesta has finally sold his prestige Tam­arama apartment

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Fred Schebesta co-founder and CEO of the comparison website, Finder. Source: Supplied

Colourful cryptocur­rency spruiker and entrepreneur Fred Schebesta has sold his prestige Tam­arama apartment.

The founder pocketed $4.725 million via PPD agent Alexander Phillips.

It marked a boost on the initial $4.5 million buyers’ guidance given by Phillips, who lifted it to $4.575 million during its latest sales campaign.

The Wonderland Ave, Tamarama pad.


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It was marketed as “the crowning glory of The Alice, designed by award-winning architects MHN Design Union on Wonderland Avenue”.

With 155sq m of internal space, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom penthouse with pool cost $3.9 million in 2017.

It’s gone, more crypto is on the way.

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Schebesta retains his South Coogee abode, which cost $16.85 million last year.

It didn’t feature on the most recent list of NSW’s top 50 homes, but is tipped to make this year’s list, which comes out next week.

Schebesta signalled he wanted to sell his Tama pad to be ready to invest in bitcoin.

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Schebesta at his Coogee pad. Jane Dempster/The Australian.

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