Socialite Janelle 'Nellie' Tilley selling $6.3 million plus Double Bay terrace

Socialite Janelle 'Nellie' Tilley selling $6.3 million plus Double Bay terrace
Socialite Janelle 'Nellie' Tilley selling $6.3 million plus Double Bay terrace

The interior decorator, and eastern suburbs socialite, Janelle 'Nellie' Tilley is selling her Double Bay home.

The Victorian terrace appeared in Vogue Living in 2012, but it has been updated even more recently.

Near the heart of Double Bay village, the home blends contemporary with classic, with traditional facade and restored period features combined with custom upgrades and additions.

A flowing floor plan provides two distinct living areas.

An internal atrium with a soaring mosaic wall features, as well as an entertainers' balcony and rear courtyard.

Each of the three bedrooms have their own balcony, while an entry level home office can be set up as a fourth bedroom.

"It is an exquisite tapestry of bespoke executive finishes," listing agent Di Baker at Di Baker Prestige Properties said.

There is a price guide of $6.3 million to $6.9 million.

Her marketing highlighted Tilley's role in the marketing of the home.

Her prior work have been highlighted in the past marketing of the Point Piper apartment of former Goldman Sachs boss Simon Greenaway that fetched $3.2 million late last year.

There was also her decor in the three storey Paddington terrace of Credit Suisse managing director Paul Allen and his wife Liz Morgan which fetched $4,465,000 in 2014.

Tilley says the inspiration for her work comes from many varied places.

But she is totally in awe of all Parisian architecture and antiquities.

She also admire the 16th century Palladian villas. 

Tilley, a mother of three boys, is well known around the Eastern suburbs social circles, regularly appearing at red carpet events and charity fundraisers.

It cost Tilley $2.38 million in 2014 from Michael de Meaune.

This article first appeared in the Sunday Telegraph. 

Double Bay Terrace House


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