Roxy Jacenko quitting Bondi rental for $6.5 million Vaucluse home

Roxy Jacenko quitting Bondi rental for $6.5 million Vaucluse home
Roxy Jacenko quitting Bondi rental for $6.5 million Vaucluse home

Sydney PR queen Roxy Jacenko and her husband Oliver Curtis are moving out of their luxury North Bondi rental apartment.

The family are off to a $6.515 million Vaucluse home which was bought at competitive auction last night.

Bidding started at $5.9 million but Jacenko didn’t bid until after it was announced on the market at $6.35 million.

She secured the luxury home with a final $10,000 bid.

The three level home was extensively renovated since it last traded for $2,425,000 in 2005.

The thoroughly modern home comes was designed by Dover Heights-based Andre Baroukh Architects having been a 1930s red brick home.

It now has six bedrooms and five bathrooms and features a steam room, self-contained guest accomodation, a number of harbour view terraces and a swimming pool.

Roxy has Instragrammed her purchase telling her excited kids.

Roxy Jacenko quitting Bondi rental for .5 million Vaucluse home

Landscaper Will Dangar designed the 690 sqm gardens.

Local designer Shellee Gourdon was in charge of the interiors.

The Ray White selling agent Gavin Rubinstein has been a client of her publicity firm.

Rubinstein was last month named as the company’s best performing agent in the world, beating New Zealander Anton Huang at Ray White Howick, having also been Ray White’s best performing agent in Australia for the past six years — every year since he was 24.

Rubinstein has been in the property market himself, quietly picking up a Potts Point investment apartment earlier this month.

Jacenko and Curtis have been out of the Sydney property market since late 2014 when they sold their Woollahra trophy home for $8.15 million.

They sold the four bedroom home off-market, having paid $6.6 million just three years earlier.

They have been on the hunt for a family home for just a few weeks, having been at the North Bondi apartment since vacating her hotel room at the Double Bay Intercontinental. 

Jacenko was recently spotted inspecting a Bellevue Hill property on Mansion Road, however decided that she needed something already renovated.

The five bedroom home has been on the market with estate agent Michael Pallier for four months, having failed to sell at May auction.


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