The general manager of property at Woolworths, Jon Savell, and his fiance Libby Amelia, have put their freshly transformed home in Rozelle on the market.
The family purchased the property, an unrenovated single storey home in 2014 for $1,051,500, before enlisting TW Architects to completely redesign and rebuild the Charlotte St house in 2017.
Now listed for sale with Belle Property — Balmain’s Monique Dower, the contemporary home will go to auction on March 14 with a $3.7 million guide.
Mr Savell said no expense was spared on the four-bedroom residence with designer finishes, city views and a stunning walk-in wardrobe.
“Our newly built house is exceptionally well designed and built, with uncompromising finishes,” he said.
“An enormous amount of cleverly integrated storage throughout the house sets it apart from most inner city homes.”
Sitting on 242sqm the property combines minimalist vibes with stylish interiors to deliver a luxury home for the whole family. It has been built around an open plan indoor/outdoor entertaining space with a designer kitchen that features natural stone benches, a butler’s pantry and Miele appliances.
With American oak floorboards, the open plan space flows out to a terrace and a level manicured garden.
The main bedroom upstairs has an impressive custom built his and hers walk-in wardrobe with glass doors to show off your clothes. The room also has sweeping city views and a designer ensuite.
Described as having a versatile floor plan, the residence also has guest accommodation that can be configured as a media room or home gym.
The family are selling after six years due to move to the beach before their two children start school in the coming years.
Mr Savell has worked as part of the Woolworths Group for several years and is in responsible for managing the properties used by their various businesses such as Woolworths, Dan Murphy’s and Big W.
The listing of the Rozelle property comes as the inner west is named as being home to the happiest sellers in NSW. RateMyAgent reports that 67 per cent of sellers in the area sold their property for more than what they expected.
Only 2 per cent were disappointed with how much their home had sold for.