Fashion blogger Brooke Testoni buys 1906 Mosman home

Fashion blogger Brooke Testoni buys 1906 Mosman home
Fashion blogger Brooke Testoni buys 1906 Mosman home

Fashion blogger Brooke Testoni and her designer husband Leith Testoni of Zanerobe have traded up in Mosman.

The creative couple have paid $3.85 million for the circa 1906 Arts and Craft manor (pictured above) that has been renovated and restored with contemporary updates.

The three level home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a grand formal lounge and a banquet dining room adorned with lead lights.

The landscaped gardens and level lawn are overlooked by an entertaining deck.

Leith and Brooke sold Tasma, a grand Victorian style terrace home off market for $2.75 million in August (pictured below).

Fashion blogger Brooke Testoni buys 1906 Mosman home

Leith began Zanerobe, the leading outpost of menswear in Australia, with friend Jonathan Yeo in 2002.

Zanerobe is stocked in over 300 stores globally, including Los Angeles and New York.

Some of their biggest clients have been American singer Macklemore and former NBA star Nate Robinson.

Brooke has been in the fashion industry for over a decade with a background in graphic designed and e-commerce.

She has developed her blog from something on the side into a full time job.

This article was first published in the Saturday Telegraph

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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