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Former Victoria’s Secret boss to sell GB mansion

Luxury property auction firm, Concierge Auctions, has added the former president of Victoria's Secret Catalogue's oceanfront estate in Freeport, Grand Bahama, to its May 14 portfolio auction at the Trump SoHo hotel in New York City. 

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Thursday, April 9, 2015
Thursday, April 9, 2015

ALT TAG HERELuxury property auction firm, Concierge Auctions, has added the former executive vice president of marketing of L Brands and president of Victoria’s Secret Catalogue’s oceanfront estate in Freeport to its May 14 portfolio auction at the Trump SoHo hotel in New York City.

Currently listed for $13.8 million,
is located on 1.44 acres and includes 150 ft of private beach frontage.


The May 14 auction will be held without reserve in cooperation with James Sarles of James Sarles Realty Coldwell Banker.

The seller, David T Kollat, is the former executive vice president of marketing of L Brands and president of Victoria’s Secret Catalogue and the property was designed by architect John Mitchell with interiors by David Berg.

Ideally located just 75 miles off the coast of Florida, Grand Bahama offers island living with a small community feel, and is easily accessible from numerous locations in the US and Europe.

Former Victoria's Secret boss to sell GB mansion

(Photo courtesy Concierge Auctions)

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