Real Housewives star Krissy Marsh lists Double Bay apartment

Real Housewives star Krissy Marsh lists Double Bay apartment
Real Housewives star Krissy Marsh lists Double Bay apartment

Krissy Marsh, the property princess from the dormant Foxtel show The Real Housewives of Sydney, has listed her Double Bay investment apartment with $5 million hopes.

Marsh resided in the plush three bedroom apartment during the first season of the show, but these days calls Dover Heights home.

Other than the cast's occasional adhoc off-camera reunions, Marsh has maintained a relatively low profile since the shows last episode aired, some 18 months ago.

Although she did recently partner with Swarovski for her vlog Christmas at Home with Krissy Marsh.

Real Housewives star Krissy Marsh lists Double Bay apartment

Her redundant Bay Street, Double Bay apartment in the Kann Finch-designed Bay Residences complex has been leased in excess of $2,700 a week over recent times.

It is being sold with its current $2,850 a week tenant, who has the lease until May next year, which would reflect a 3 percent rental yield.

There's a combined formal lounge and dining area, as well as a separate media room.

All three of the bedrooms open to balconies. A full width terrace flows from the open plan living area.

Marsh paid $3.5 million in 2015, when the family were based in Shanghai, so she's expecting 12 percent annual price growth.

Raine & Horne Double Bay agent Ric Serrao and Alex Lyons are marketing the home as one of Double Bay's finest apartments.

Real Housewives star Krissy Marsh lists Double Bay apartment

The highest Double Bay apartment sale this year was away from the shopping village where philanthropic Kiwi businessman Sir Owen Glenn took $9 million for his Gladswood Gardens apartment on the harbour. The two level, three bedroom apartment sold through veteran Double Bay agent Sally Hampshire to horse racing enthusiast Steven Gregg, chairman of Caltex Australia, and board member at Tabcorp. 

Last year there was a $10.5 million Cross Street off the plan penthouse sale in the 1788 project.

The RHOS cast spent 2018 wondering whether they would be commissioned for a second season, having not shot a scene since 2017.

The Melbourne series - which is set to start filming its fifth season early next year - has several housewives in the cast active on the property scene, including Pettifleur Berenger and Janet Roach.

Sydney would not be the first in the Bravo series not to be renewed as the Washington DC series in 2010 never got a second series, nor Athens and Auckland. Orange County is now up to series 13.

Marsh was last in the property pages when she tried to sell the Dover Heights home she shares with husband John and their three kids in early 2017. She failed to find a buyer when asking $8 million. The Mackenzie Pronk-designed six bedroom entertainer features interiors from Make Creative's Antonia Pesenti.

The four level home was re-built since it was bought for $1,975,000 in 2003, and now comes with a gym, cinema, heated plunge pool and a rooftop terrace. 

 

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