Designer listings aplenty across Sydney inner city

Designer listings aplenty across Sydney inner city
Designer listings aplenty across Sydney inner city

There's been a rush of designer own listings for auction across the inner city.

The interior designer Diane Fernandes and her foodie husband, Peter Kypreos, best known for co-founding Darlinghurst's Buffalo Dining Club, are looking to sell their renovated Zetland cottage.

McGrath agents Marnie Seinor and Brad Gillespie are expecting over $1.3 million at its March 12 auction.

The terrace has two bedrooms, each with original fireplaces.

Diane, whose projects have included Tokyo in Surry Hills and Jimmy Liks in Potts Point, teaches at Sydney Design School. 

The stylish Rozelle townhouse of interior stylist Natalie Fryer (above) didn't sell at auction yesterday, but then found a buyer after auction.

Lydnsey Kemp of Belle Property Balmain passed in the property at $2.05 million with four interested parties in the three bedroom Terry Street strata title property that was bought new in 2007 for $1.46 million.

Natalie set up her own property styling business, m2 Property Presentation six years ago which focuses on helping agents and vendors boost the appeal and saleability of their homes.

Last month McGrath agent, Angus Gorrie sold the home of Mary Brandon, owner of interior design firm MBBD.

Her four-bedroom property boasts views over Sydney Harbour across Cooper Park.

The View Street property fetched $2.72 million. 

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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Sydney Residential Market

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