Porsche Cars Heiress Buys Wellington McMansion!

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Austrian sports car maker heiress Iris Porsche just dropped $1.38 million cash on this Wellington McMansion (MLS photo)

WELLINGTON — The heiress of the Porsche cars fortune quietly bought a house at Palm Beach Polo & Country Club in Wellington, Gossip Extra has learned exclusively.

Buyer Iris Porsche, a well-known hotelier in her native Austria, is married to Gerhard Porsche, son of the sports car company founder, Ferdinand Porsche.

“Considering how much money she has she didn’t spend that much money,” our source said. “From the deed, you wouldn’t know it’s her. But there’s no doubt she’s paying for the property.”

According to records, Porsche spent $1.37 million on 12100 Sunnydale Drive, a brand new home built by D.R. Horton. It was listed for sale for $1.4 million last year.

Faith Based Events

Despite Iris’ ties to a company that became successful thanks to the pace-setting design of cars like the Carrera, she didn’t pick anything that stands out.

Despite Iris’ ties to a company that became successful thanks to the pace-setting design of cars like the Carrera, she didn’t pick anything that stands out.

The rock pile looks like any other zero lot line suburban McMansion in the western ‘burbs. It is spacious, with five bedrooms and 6,000 square feet of space.

The purchase was made through an Austrian shell company.

Craig Galle, who represented the buyer according to public records, declined to identify its owner behind the company.

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By Jose Lambiet, GossipExtra.com,  SouthFloridaReporter.com, Mar. 22, 2016

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