Real Housewife Krissy Marsh sells Double Bay investment

Real Housewife Krissy Marsh sells Double Bay investment
Real Housewife Krissy Marsh sells Double Bay investment

Former Real Housewives Of Sydney star Krissy Marsh has finally sold her Double Bay apartment, which she called home during the one and only season of the Foxtel series.

It was pulled from its auction earlier this week, but has since gone under contract.

It had been on the market for almost six months, with price expectations dropping from $5 million to between $4.28 million to $4.38 million.

Marsh, who lives in Dover Heights, had signalled she wished to sell to buy a holiday home in Noosa.

Marsh paid $3.5 million for the three-bedroom, three-bathroom home in 2015.

Raine & Horne Double Bay agents Alex Lyons and Ric Serrao handled marketing of the Bay Street apartment, which was a $2850-a-week rental.

The 285 square metre unit comes with a combined formal lounge and dining area, as well as a separate media room.

All three of its bedrooms open to balconies. There is a full-width terrace flowing from the open-plan living area.

The show’s last episode aired 22 months ago.

Marsh briefly tried to sell the Dover Heights home she shares with husband John and their three kids in early 2017 when asking $8 million.

The Mackenzie Pronk-designed six-bedroom entertainer features interiors from Make Creative’s Antonia Pesenti.

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

The highest Double Bay apartment sale last 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 agent Sally Hampshire to horse racing enthusiast Steven Gregg, chairman of Caltex Australia and board member at Tabcorp.

There has also been a $10.5 million Cross Street off-the-plan penthouse sale in the 1788 project.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph. 

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