MAFS couple buy Cromer family home

MAFS couple buy Cromer family home
MAFS couple buy Cromer family home

Married At First Sight success story Cameron Merchant and wife Jules Robinson have bought their first home ­together. They’ve spent $1,806,000 on their family home in Cromer.

Settling just weeks ­before the pair welcome their first child in mid-September, the four-bedroom home is getting a quick makeover.

However, the couple have ­apparently chosen not to find out the gender of their baby, which has limited choices for the nursery by their decorators, The Block duo Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie.

The four-bedroom, three-bathroom, northern beaches house last traded for $1,075,000 in 2014.

It had recently been a $1300-a-week rental before its sale by Belle agent Nick Duchatel, who sec­ured a pre-auction deal.

MAFS couple buy Cromer family home

Cromer has 40 properties currently for sale on realestate.com.au, which puts its four-bedroom median price at $1.65 million. Based on five years of sales, Cromer has seen a compound growth rate of 6.6 per cent for houses.

he buy comes after Merchant sold his one-bedroom Kirribilli apartment for a loss. It fetched $926,000 post-auction, having been bought for $941,000 in 2017, just before he took part in the Channel 9 show in 2018.

MAFS couple buy Cromer family home

Merchant retains an investment in Dee Why’s Grand Reef complex, which cost $720,000 in 2014.

The Cromer property was bought by the couple, who married last November, although Jules’ co-ownership has been registered under her maiden name.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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