Billionaire inventor James Dyson likely paid in cash for $73.8m Singapore super penthouse

Industry experts estimate that the ABSD and buyers' stamp duties that Mr Dyson will likely pay on a $73.8 million purchase amounts to $6.63 million, assuming this was his first Singapore property. PHOTOS: GUOCOLAND, DYSON
GuocoLand’s Wallich Residence has panoramic views of the CBD, Marina Bay and Sentosa. PHOTO: GUOCOLAND SINGAPORE
So exclusive is the Wallich super penthouse that GuocoLand restricted viewing of the super penthouse to only ultra high net worth investors whom it deemed as serious buyers. PHOTO: GUOCOLAND
The Infinity pool at Wallich Residence. PHOTO: GUOCOLAND
Glass Cantilevered Observatory Deck at Wallich Residence. PHOTO: GUOCOLAND
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SINGAPORE - Billionaire inventor James Dyson likely paid cash for the $73.8 million ultra-luxe super penthouse he has bought in Tanjong Pagar, according to documents obtained by The Straits Times.

A Singapore Land Authority title search showed no endorsement of any mortgage.

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