Former Miss Universe Jen Hawkins lists Merewether investment

Former Miss Universe Jen Hawkins lists Merewether investment
Former Miss Universe Jen Hawkins lists Merewether investment

Now happily settled into her Pittwater palace with builder husband Jake Wall, former Miss Universe Jen Hawkins is selling her long-held Newcastle investment home.

The Merewether home (above and below) is the second last of her investment properties to hit the sales block.

It was bought by Hawkins for $469,000 in 2006, the year before she signed a deal with Myer worth $4million.

She's sold a number of her investments in the last few years.

She has let go of properties Bondi, another in Merewerther, as well as a homes in Curl Curl North and Coogee.

At its peak her investment outlay totalled $2.33 million.

Former Miss Universe Jen Hawkins lists Merewether investment

They built the North Curl Curl home after paying $1.66 million in 2013 for the block. They had sold another project at Curl Curl north in 2013 for $4.1 million.

She commissioned her favourite architect Koichi Takada to design the five bedroom resort style home that fetched $5,235,000 late last year.

It was bought by cricket power couple Mitchell and Alyssa Healy who moved from their Mosman waterfront which went on to sell for $5.95 million.

The Merewether home (above and below) is up for sale with a price guide of between $790,000 and $860,000 for its short marketing campaign with an October 7 auction fast approaching.

Set on 320 sqm, the freestanding home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a top level master suite.

Former Miss Universe Jen Hawkins lists Merewether investment

Hawkins recent posts to Instagram suggest the couple have moved in to their luxury Newport home that has been three years in the making.

In 2015 the couple submitted $2 million worth of construction to the local council which included a four level home with a pool and sunken lounge on another lower level, virtually on the foreshore. (below)

Former Miss Universe Jen Hawkins lists Merewether investment

The five bedroom home with office, home theatre and gym, is set in gardens planted by the Secret Gardens company on the bushland 3,261 sqm block.

The couple paid a combined $4 million for two blocks.

The properties, known as Jacaranda and Blois Cottage, were once part of the longtime estate of the former politician Bill Wentworth.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

 

 

 

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