Interior designer pulls Bellevue Hill home from sale

Interior designer pulls Bellevue Hill home from sale
Interior designer pulls Bellevue Hill home from sale

Interior designer Romi Weinberg has decided against selling her Bellevue Hill home.

She's pulled the home form the market after having around $7 million hopes.

Weinberg paid $5.2 million for the Mediterranean-style home in 2014.

It has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and is set in 755 sqm of gardens designed by Myles Baldwin.

In the gardens there's alfresco dining area, a heated pool and poolside barbecue patio.

Weinberg is the daughter of Point Piper-based trophy home owner and rag trader Stephen Leibowitz

 

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