Jimmy and Nadia Bartel have bagged a purchaser for his or her “elite” St Kilda West home.
The high-profile former couple earned $3.91m for the placing five-bedroom house in a personal sale, with the worth falling throughout the $3.7-$4m value information set in July.
The Geelong triple-premiership participant and the style influencer and ambassador listed the 1904-built landmark — which additionally has hyperlinks to Nick Cave — nearly a yr after announcing their split.
It was marketed as “one in every of St Kilda West’s most elite properties”, mixing “the class and grandeur of the period with beautiful up to date model and household consolation”.
Different particulars of the sale stay a thriller, with Marshall White Port Phillip promoting agent Ben Manolitsas declining to remark when contacted by the Herald Solar.
The Bartels paid $3.76m for the 44 Mary Street property in September 2017, in keeping with CoreLogic data.
In 2018, Nadia — whose clothes model Henne has grow to be an Instagram hit since launching final yr — instructed the Herald Solar she beloved the house’s “conventional Victorian really feel”.
“There are many stunning particulars that give the home character, akin to timber-framed home windows, detailed timber fireplaces, intricate leadlight home windows, bay home windows, and excessive ceilings with ornamental plasterwork,” she stated on the time.
The historic house was a boarding home within the Seventies, and reportedly hosted musical expertise together with Nick Cave and his band the Dangerous Seeds within the early ‘80s.
Earlier than this, it was prolonged to incorporate a second storey within the Nineteen Twenties to a design by famed architect H.V Gillespie, who notably labored on St Kilda’s The George Resort.
The newest realestate.com.au itemizing for the property highlighted its preserved interval options, together with Baltic pine flooring, pressed-metal ceilings, leadlight home windows and authentic wallpaper.
Different standout inclusions had been an “imposing reception corridor”, formal eating and sitting rooms, a wine cellar, a “kids’s zone”, and a predominant bed room with an open hearth, a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite.
A French-style kitchen with stone benches and a breakfast bar starred within the open-plan dwelling house, which opened out to a north-facing deck.
Jimmy retired from his adorned 305-match AFL profession in 2016 with three flags, Brownlow and Norm Smith medals, and two All-Australian jackets below his belt. He now works in soccer media.
The Bartels have two kids, Aston and Henley, and in addition earned $2.25 million in 2016 for the contemporary house they built in Geelong.