PICS: Fin24 looks inside Agrizzi’s swanky Fourways mansion that is going under the hammer

PICS: Fin24 looks inside Agrizzi’s swanky Fourways mansion that is going under the hammer

  • A mansion in Fourways belonging to Angelo Agrizzi, the former Bosasa COO turned whistle-blower, will go on auction in October this year.
  • The property is owned by the Agrizzi Family Trust, and located in Helderfontein Estate.
  • It is “built for the owner, with no expense spared”, the bidding documents say.

A mansion in Fourways belonging to Angelo Agrizzi, the former Bosasa COO turned whistle-blower, will go on auction in October this year.

“We are selling it because it is too big for my wife and I. We are moving to a smaller property in the area,” Agrizzi told Fin24 on Thursday afternoon.

The property is owned by the Agrizzi Family Trust, and located in Helderfontein Estate.

The opening bid is listed as R5 million. The High St Auction Co. will hold a virtual auction on 8 October. Interested bidders must provide a registration deposit of R100 000.

According to information available on the auction website, Helderfontein Estate boasts a country lifestyle with Fourways and Lonehill “just a stone’s throw away”.

The estate offers residents a variety of leisure activities, ranging from walking and cycling trails through indigenous landscaping to children’s play parks with picnic spots and catch-to-release fishing dams.

This French-themed architectural style home consists of an open plan lounge, dining room and gourmet country kitchen with centre island, Caesarstone counters, breakfast area and walk-in pantry. There are five en-suite bedrooms and a triple garage. Separate from the main house is a self-contained flatlet above the garage.

“Built for the owner, with no expense spared,” the bidding documents say.

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