Household house of Stenmark fashions bought

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THE five-bedroom Mosman house the place Australia’s hottest twin modelling exports, Zac and Jordan Stenmark, grew up, has bought after solely 16 days available on the market.

Owned by their dad and mom, former mannequin Susie and businessman Damien Stenmark, the David St house had a $10 million-$11 million worth information.

Raine and Horne Mosman promoting agent Brendan Warner was unable to disclose the sale worth, however it’s believed to have bought inside the worth vary to a neighborhood household.

“We had 4 actually sturdy bids, all from native households,” Mr Warner mentioned.

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Mr Warner mentioned the property, named Cardoss, was standard with patrons.

“It’s in a particularly fascinating location and is an effective household house, which has been taken care of effectively for 20 years by the identical household, who raised all of their youngsters right here,” he mentioned.

Inbuilt 1910 and sitting on 1150sqm of land, Cardoss is situated on flat land within the Clifton Gardens a part of Mosman.

The principle bed room has two walk-in wardrobes, and has a personal north-facing terrace with views over Sydney Harbour.

In accordance with CoreLogic, the property had been with the Stenmark household for 20 years, after they paid $2.65 million for it in 1998.

The house is the primary property to promote on the tightly held avenue this 12 months, CoreLogic information reveals.

Mr and Mrs Stenmark personal a Palm Seashore weekender and are believed to be downsizing.

The twins left the nest in recent times after buying their very own properties, with Zac shopping for an house in Manly, whereas Jordan opted for a two-bedroom Bondi house.

Supply hyperlink – https://www.information.com.au/finance/real-estate/sydney-nsw/the-mosman-family-home-of-the-stenmark-twins-sells/news-story/207159022689248828cc8583982d3a05

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