Architect Luigi Rosselli quietly buys adjoining Clovelly home

Architect Luigi Rosselli quietly buys adjoining Clovelly home
Architect Luigi Rosselli quietly buys adjoining Clovelly home

Architect Luigi Rosselli has quietly bought next door in Clovelly, spending $2.4 million on the house neighbouring his long-held 1920s late Federation home — which had cost him $350,000 in 1989.

Rosselli has reworked, extended and renovated the single-storey cottage over the years to accommodate Heirloom family furniture from Italy.

This purchase is for family members.

He was a recent database buyer through Phillips Pantzer Donnelly agent Alexander Phillips, who sold the home off-market.

The classic home on 330 square metres has two bedrooms and one bathroom.

This article was first published in the Saturday Telegraph. 

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