Rod and Lyndi Adler plan grand Vaucluse renovation

Rod and Lyndi Adler plan grand Vaucluse renovation
Rod and Lyndi Adler plan grand Vaucluse renovation

Lyndi Adler, wife of former FAI chief Rodney Adler, appears to have decided to possibly stay at the couple's Vaucluse estate.

Late last year they listed the Olola Avenue property which they had bought for $6.5 million in 2002, and put on hold their plans to stay and renovate.

The home was listed with a reported $16 million plus price tag through LJ Hooker agent Bill Malouf, however they've now pulled the home from formal marketing and this month lodged $5.2 million plans to extend their seven bedroom mansion.

Set over the 2,100 square metre parcel, they anticipate a dual occupancy family compound.

Sydney based architect and interior designer Rooz + Rooz Design have drawn up plans which include adding a basement garage for four cars.

It will come with lift access to the reconfigured kitchen, living and dining space on the ground level along with the billiard room.

Two more master suites are to be created.

There will be eight bedrooms in total and will also be getting a new tennis court.

The Adler's aren't the only ones to pull their home at the top end of the Eastern Suburbs market.

A few doors down, the Vaucluse home of Jordana Sharon-Zipser, wife of hipages co-founder Roby Sharon-Zipser, has come down off listing websites after they were asking $7 million.

They paid $8 million just over 12 months ago.

The street's highest recent sale was $17 million when Reddam House founder Graeme Crawford and his partner Ian McLeod sold to Balmain Group chief Andrew Griffin.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph. 

 

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