Luna Atelier’s Alessandra Eddy’s Woollahra townhouse a rare find
The Woollahra townhouse owned by fashion designer Alessandra Eddy, co-founder of Luna Atelier, is a rare find.
La Atelier is famous for its “tailored sleepwear” for women and Ms Eddy, the daughter of the highly respected Paddington lawyer Nicholas Eddy, counts Kelly Rowland, Ksenija Lukich, Nikki Phillips, Cheyenne Tozzi, Clementine McVeigh, Kate Ritchie and Lisa Wipfli as devotees.
The three-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse at 3/275 Edgecliff Rd has been tenanted for several years and is fetching $1200 a week, but would make a great forever home for someone.
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It has a double garage and the residence is full of light, features harbour views and has more room than a terrace.
It’s also whisper quiet, being set well back from the street in the ‘Kew Place’ boutique complex.
And this is the best townhouse of all — it sits above the others and the master suite’s windows look out over the district and harbour.
Ms Eddy called in the master architect, Michael Suttor, to convert the neighbouring bedroom into a dressing room fit for a fashion designer.
Having visited the townhouse recently, it was the width of the space that first strikes you: it measures seven metres.
It’s going to be a good fit for a downsizer scaling down from a large house, a professional couple or even a family.
The complex is pet friendly and the ground-floor bedroom, with a bathroom right next door, has a sliding door to a courtyard.
The large open-plan living and dining rooms opens to the full-width balcony.
The gas kitchen has stone benchtops and Gaggenau appliances.
William Manning of McGrath and Mark Daley of BradfieldCleary have a $2.3 million to $2.5 million guide ahead of the July 16 auction.
Another Woollahra apartment, owned by Elizabeth Posel, sold very quickly.
The three-bedroom apartment at 2/12 Rosemont Ave only hit realestate.com.au on Friday and by Monday it was sold.
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Raine and Horne Double Bay’s Samuel Schumann had two buyers keen.
It had a $1.8 million guide but sold for $2.15 million.