Model Stenmark twins childhood home sold in Mosman

Model Stenmark twins childhood home sold in Mosman
Model Stenmark twins childhood home sold in Mosman

The Stenmark modelling clan have snappily offloaded Cardross, their long-time Mosman home, well before its scheduled auction.

It was where Australia's hottest twin modelling exports, Zac and Jordan Stenmark grew up.

Matriarch, Susie Stenmark, a former model herself, and her husband, successful businessman Damien Stenmark accepted a bullish pre-auction offer through Brendan Warner at Raine & Horne.

It had ambitious $11 million price guidance having been bought in 1998 when the twins were six for $2.65 million.

The grand turn of the century family home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and a pool.

The twins, who are currently off busy doing a modelling gig in California, left the nest in stages.

Zac was the first, buying a Manly apartment two years ago. 

Jordan followed but based himself at Bondi. 

They presumably will be back time to collect any residual childhood belongings, though perhaps not their Stamford University-based brother Louis.

Stylist Zoe, who lives in Paddington with her husband, former Sydney Swan Lewis Roberts-Thomson, is their sister.

The twins broke onto the modelling scene in 2011 when working in a cafe, a friend suggested they would make more money modelling.

The pair didn't realise what was to come, as they were immediately signed on by the Vivien agency at just 19 years of age and flown to Miami to shoot 60 pages for L'official Homme the following week.

This article was first published in the Daily Telegraph.

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