Sonoma baking company founder Andrew Connole lists in Point Piper

Sonoma baking company founder Andrew Connole lists in Point Piper
Sonoma baking company founder Andrew Connole lists in Point Piper

Andrew Connole, one of Australia's leading artisan bakers and founder of Sonoma sourdough baking company, has listed Bellata his Point Piper home.

Connole quickly began renovating the home after his $9.7 million settlement in 2011 when he bought it from architect Harold Finger and wife Rebecca.

Overlooking the Royal Motor Yacht Club and Rose Bay, the refurbished home on 568 sqm comes complete with its own jetty and deepwater pontoon.

Spanning four levels, each connected by a lift, the home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two powder rooms and a home office.

The master suite with spa bath comes with its own terrace and dressing room.

A wall of sliding glass doors open to the alfresco dining terrace.

The downstairs wine cellar extends to another terrace which has a waters edge infinity pool.

LJ Hooker Double Bay agents Bill Malouf and Sophie Beaumont are marketing the home.

Connole's father bought an old abandoned and derelict bakery that he had a dream to restore with Andrew and Andrew's brother Christian.

Andrew headed to California to learn about artisan sourdough from Chad Robertson of Tartine Bakery, one of the the industry's finest.

This article first appeared in the Daily Telegraph.

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