Block designer judge Darren Palmer lists Edgecliff home

Block designer judge Darren Palmer lists Edgecliff home
Block designer judge Darren Palmer lists Edgecliff home

The interior designer and television personality Darren Palmer has listed his home in Edgecliff. 

The judge on the hit TV renovation show The Block is off to a bigger, more family friendly home at Bondi Beach.

The redundant three bedroom, two bathroom home - which can be bought with all of Darren's finishes - has been stylishly transformed since it was purchased in 2013.

Pauline Goodyer of Goodyer Real Estate has the listing inconjunction with David Malouf at LJ Hooker Double Bay.

Based on a recent $2.3 million record sale in the street, the Walker Avenue property will courtyard is estimated to fetch upwards of $2 million.

Ready to move into after its remodelling from a one bedroom abode, it now has two bedrooms downstairs, plus a whole floor upstairs master with walk-in robe, luxury ensuite plus a balcony deck.

The fully renovated Federation Edgecliff home goes to December 1 auction.

Darren has been married for four and a half years to cosmetic industry CEO, Olivier Duvillard. 

Queensland-born Palmer has been involved in design since the age of 17 where he left his home town to study fine art and design.

His property successes included selling his Cahors, Potts Point investment apartment for $540,000 two years ago. 

The couple have decided to live the beach style with their son.

The couple secured their new home in Bondi Beach earlier this year.

Spread across 470 sqm, it is a five bedroom, four bathroom house with a detached self-contained studio surrounded by a lavish oasis garden for their three dogs and a cat to roam around. 

The nice guy judge on The Block, who came to prominence when he filled in for John McGrath, also runs his own successful interior design called Darren Palmer studio.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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