Optus boss Kelly Bayer Rosmarin lists Vaucluse home

Optus boss Kelly Bayer Rosmarin lists Vaucluse home
Optus boss Kelly Bayer Rosmarin lists Vaucluse home

Optus chief exec Kelly Bayer Rosmarin and her CBA banker husband Rodney Rosmarin are selling their Vaucluse home.

They’re selling the Brian Meyerson-designed home they bought for $4.5 million in 2012, just as the five Sydney property boom began.

The 2009-built home near Parsley Bay, set in 800 sqm of Peter Fudge gardens and with interiors from Shellee Gordoun, has five bedrooms, a gym and a heated pool.

Laing + Simmons Double Bay agents D’Leanne Lewis and Jacob Hannon are asking between $7.2 million to $7.3 million for what they describe as the “quintessential Vaucluse home”.

Rosmarin took the top job at Optus from outgoing boss Allen Lew in April, having joined the telco as deputy CEO just over a year earlier.

Rosmarin and Beyer have owned a luxury Bowral weekender since 2009 when they paid $2.25 million for a 1915-built manor.

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