Nova FM radio presenter Kate Ritchie is promoting her long-held Bellevue Hill funding house.
Ritchie, the co-host of Nova’s widespread nationwide drive present Kate, Tim and Joel, purchased the Thirties Artwork Deco Victoria Rd house in 2000, simply earlier than she turned 22, having already been on House And Away since 1987 when she was simply eight.
She paid $395,000 for the 68sqm two-bedroom, third ground unit within the Reddington block, which is on Victoria Rd close to the Birriga Street nook.
Marketed as having valley views, Phillips Pantzer Donnelley brokers Zach Carter and Charlie Beaumount have an $850,000 information for its December 5 public sale.
The Bellevue Hill two bed room median house worth has soared over the previous twenty years to $967,750, based on realestate.com.au.
Mannequin Roberta Pecoraro and Jono Buddy lately offered their one-bedroom, prime ground house for $915,000, having paid $820,000 in 2018, after which modernised the kitchen.
The house had 60sqm of house, with a sunroom.
The castellated 1939 six- ground Reddington block comes with loads of interval appeal, together with a safe timber-panelled lobby.
The Ritchie funding house was final publicly up for hire in 2016 at $400, the identical worth Ritchie requested again in 2005 following her transfer to Randwick.
Ritchie paid $990,000 for her three-bedroom Randwick dwelling in 2003.
With husband, the previous rugby league participant Stuart Webb, they renovated round a decade in the past, extending the Nineteen Forties home and putting in a pool in its 295sqm grounds.
The couple, who wed in Tasmania in 2010, have a six- year-old daughter.
In 2016 they spent $1.75 million on a weekender at Burradoo within the Southern Highlands with the 6400sqm property buying and selling for the primary time in 50 years.
Earlier this month, within the first full survey since Joel Creasey changed long-time co-host Marty Sheargold, the Nova drive rankings fell to a 7.6 per cent share of listening, behind Clean’s Byron Webb, Kiis FM’s Will and Woody and 2GB’s Jim Wilson.