Tan Sri Tony Fernandes has put his sprawling Ayrshire estate in Scotland up for sale for £2.5 million (RM13.55 million).

Berita Harian reported that the decision was made by the AirAsia CEO to save his business empire, which has been badly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Tony Fernandes
Source: Bebas News

The 56-year-old business tycoon, who was also chairman for the English football club Queens Park Rangers (QPR), had resided at Skeldon House in Dalrymple, Ayr for seven years. The Sun UK stated that the 125-acre mansion has five rooms, along with a wine cellar, gym, sauna and tennis court.


It also features two other buildings; namely the coach house and castle cottage, surrounded by the carefully trimmed lawn. The interior is “equally opulent”, wrote the tabloid, mixing modern conveniences with traditional elements well. A classy spiral staircase binds the home together, complete with four bathrooms, a large kitchen and also a cosy dining room.

Tony Fernandes
Source: The Sun UK

In other news, Tony recently uploaded a photo of himself as a food delivery guy to promote AirAsia’s newly-launched food ordering platform. Check it out here.

Sources: The Sun UK, Berita Harian.

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