Celebrity chef Pete Evans lists Malabar home

Celebrity chef Pete Evans lists Malabar home
Celebrity chef Pete Evans lists Malabar home

Celebrity chef and My Kitchen Rules judge Pete Evans and wife, model and fellow health food fan Nicola Robinson, have quietly listed their contemporary Malabar home.

Evans, who has recently released his new book Low Carb, Healthy Fat, bought the home in 2013 with Robinson, who he wed in a secret farmyard ceremony last year.

The couple own a property nearby where they are currently building their next family home having paid $1.27 million for the three bedroom 1960s home and secured $960,000 building plans.

They've undertaken large scale renovations at their soon to be redundant home.

The wraparound courtyard now features a pool, along with more entertaining space complete with barbecue and fireplace.

Celebrity chef Pete Evans lists Malabar home

Even a ping pong table revealed when Evans posted a picture to his 160,000 Instagram followers a few days ago.

There's a fish pinned above the fireplace.

Evans ofcourse improved the kitchen over the last few years.

The top of the range designer commercial kitchen comes with twin dishwashers, integrated Dual Wolf ovens and a built in Bain-Marie feature.

It comes with massive five metre island bench.

With a nod to Evans work-life, the marketing campaign suggests the home 'caters to buyers' looking for a private and modern luxury family residence.

Celebrity chef Pete Evans lists Malabar home

Alex Larumbe, the listing agent currently with LJ Hooker Maroubra, has told inspectees that around $3 million is being sought for the home with minimalist interiors.

It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, sauna, along with a circular rooftop terrace.

Malabar is somewhat of a hotspot for chefs, with former MKR judge Colin Fassnidge owning in the suburb.

Evans also owns a 10 hectare Round Mountain acreage near Pottsville in northern NSW.

Inland from Hastings Point, the estate that cost Evans $1.2 million in 2014, has a three bedroom home with two lounges and a traditional timber kitchen.

Evans moved to Sydney with his brother David and their business partner David Corsi and began the successful Hugos chain in Bondi in 1996.

Then in 2000 they opened Hugos Lounge in 2000 then Hugos Bar Pizza in 2004, both in Kings Cross. They opened Hugos Manly in 2008.

His first move into TV was in 2001 for the LifeStyle Channel's 'Home Series' which he co-presented with Brendan Moar and Shannon Fricke.

Since 2010 Evans has been a judge on My Kitchen Rules with co-host Manu Feildel.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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