Model and swimwear designer Olive Cooke buys Lennox Head building block

Model and swimwear designer Olive Cooke buys Lennox Head building block
Model and swimwear designer Olive Cooke buys Lennox Head building block

Byron Bay-based model and swimwear designer Olive Cooke and her fiance, Henry Tervenski, have bought their first property together.

They’ve recently settled on a building block in Epiq Lennox, the masterplanned housing development in Lennox Head, located between Byron Bay and Ballina on NSW’s north coast.

They’ll no doubt be looking to Tervenski’s building skills as he works for a local building company.

They paid $320,000 for the 600 square metre land holding, having committed to the purchase two years ago.

Cooke, who is originally from Western Australia, might seek a mid-century modern home after her recent trip to Palm Springs, the home of the architectural movement.

“After seeing so many photos, I needed to see Palm Springs with my own eyes,” she told her 278,000 followers.

“She didn’t disappoint, well and truly, every bit the palm tree dotted mid-century modernism, architectural dream I had envisioned,” Cooke posted.

The couple got engaged in Hawaii, having met over 15 Margaritas.

“We are not traditional so are just planning a huge party for 2020, a day to celebrate love with all your favourite people,” Cooke, who runs swimwear label Cooke & Kin, said.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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