Better Homes and Gardens editor Julia Zaetta buys in Neutral Bay

Better Homes and Gardens editor Julia Zaetta buys in Neutral Bay
Better Homes and Gardens editor Julia Zaetta buys in Neutral Bay

Julia Zaetta, the Better Homes and Gardens editor, has secured an apartment in Neutral Bay.

The boss of one of Australia's favourites magazines paid $1.45 million for the unit in the leafy Southern Cross Gardens complex.

It had previously traded for $960,000 in 2014 and was most recently listed as a $950 a week rental before its off market sale to Zaetta. 

The three bedroom, two bathroom apartment features an over-sized balcony with North Sydney skyline views.

There have been four sales above $1.4 million in the past year in the 1976-build complex.

The Mildura-born Zaetta moved from Melbourne to Sydney when her magazine career began with Australian Home Journal.

Zaetta has also worked on Family Circle, New Woman and The Australian Women's Weekly.

Under her editorship, Better Homes and Gardens has been named Australian Magazine of the Year on three occasions.

Zaetta, who has been a regular panelist on Sunrise as one of Kochie's Angels, has studied at the New York School of Interior Design. 

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.

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