Fashion designer Camilla Freeman-Topper sells Bellevue Hill mansion

Fashion designer Camilla Freeman-Topper sells Bellevue Hill mansion
Fashion designer Camilla Freeman-Topper sells Bellevue Hill mansion

The Bellevue Hill mansion of fashion designer Camilla Freeman-Topper and husband David Topper, secretly sold off market, has settled at $16.5 million to Melbourne buyers Nick Leos and his wife Emma.

It was sold on Christmas Eve with settlement just coming through registrations this week.

The Toorak-based Leos heads Evolution Precast Systems, which produces architectural precast concrete walls, concentrating on high-quality bespoke projects.

After more than 20 years’ experience within the precast industry in Victoria, the 48-year-old has recognised a growing demand for precast across NSW. 

The couple’s purchase secured a 1930s home with Mediterranean touches on Rupertswood Avenue, which last sold in 2013 for $6 million.

Since then it has been renovated by Luigi Rosselli Architects with Freeman-Topper adding her flair to the interiors. 

Freeman-Topper went on a research trip to Milan during Salon de Mobile with her interior designer, Romaine Alwill of Alwill Interiors, Architectural Digest noted.

Camilla and Marc recently opened its 11th boutique in Australia. However, given Camilla and Marc’s expansionary US commitments, she is relocating to Los Angeles for a few months.

They sold their home after “accepting an offer they could not refuse”, the pair said in a statement.

“The Topper-Freemans are looking forward to the next exciting chapter of their journey.”

The deal reportedly included the mansion’s furnishings right down to the cutlery.

The five-bedroom, four-bathroom house sits on an 800 square metre cul-de-sac block.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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