Interior stylist Nette King sells Armadale house

Interior stylist Nette King sells Armadale house
Interior stylist Nette King sells Armadale house

Interior stylist Heather Nette King's late Federation-era home in Armadale was passed in at recent auction, with a subsequent offer securing its sale.

The three bedroom, one bathroom house was marketed as having plenty of quirky charm with a leadlight entry, ceiling roses, fretwork and painted floorboards.

The 1920s house on a 378 sqm wedge-shaped holding featured in many photo shoots for Dulux. It featured too in the international style bible, Elle Decoration UK.

Interior stylist Nette King sells Armadale house

It was passed in at $1.71 million through Jellis Craig agents Andrew McCann and Carla Fetter.

The Alleyne Avenue home, which sits above the train line, had been given a $1.7 million to $1.8 million price guide.

It last sold at $385,000 in 2000 when bought by Nette and her husband Jeremy King, the general manager of brand agency Traffic.

They've renovated the home extensively, including installing a swimming pool.

This article was first published in The Weekend Australian.

 

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