Nova host Sarah McGilvray buys a $2.7million home in Balmain, Sydney

Nova FM radio host Sarah McGilvray buys a $2.7million Victorian home in Balmain with husband James Couche

Nova radio star Sarah McGilvray and her executive husband James Couche have purchased a Victorian home in Sydney‘s Balmain for $2,725,000.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the pair quietly bought the home off-market.

The pad, which features a traditional façade dating back to the 1880s, features three bedrooms and is unrestored.

Nova radio host and Fitzy and Wippa star Sarah McGilvray has snapped up a $2.7million Victorian home in Balmain (pictured) with husband James Couche

Nova radio host and Fitzy and Wippa star Sarah McGilvray has snapped up a $2.7million Victorian home in Balmain (pictured) with husband James Couche

The home features a lush garden out the front, white bricks, a tinned roof and a large kitchen inside. 

The home last sold for $622,000 in 1999. 

It comes after the pair, who married back in 2019, sold their family home in Turramurra for $3.9million. 

The home features a lush garden out the front, white bricks, a tinned roof and a large kitchen inside

The home features a lush garden out the front, white bricks, a tinned roof and a large kitchen inside

Couche is an executive at the electrical systems builder, Thales Group, while McGilvray is a host on Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa. 

She also co-hosts the Nova podcast Not Another Parenting Podcast with Catherine Mahoney. 

McGilvray previously worked behind the scenes at Fitzy and Wippa as an executive producer, before going on air. 

Couche is an executive at the electrical systems builder, Thales Group, while McGilvray is a host on Nova's Fitzy and Wippa

Couche is an executive at the electrical systems builder, Thales Group, while McGilvray is a host on Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa

Speaking to Media Week about making the switch to being on-air talent rather than a producer, McGilvray said it was a little difficult at first. 

‘It was an interesting side step from producing to being in programming to then being on-air with the boys,’ she began. 

‘I am used to having to discipline them or telling them how to do a break whereas now I have to stop thinking like a producer and be more relaxed.’ 

She also previously worked for shows including The Kyle and Jackie O Show and 2GB’s Ray Hadley Morning Show.  

Speaking to Media Week about making the switch to being on-air talent rather than a producer, McGilvray said it was a little difficult at first

Speaking to Media Week about making the switch to being on-air talent rather than a producer, McGilvray said it was a little difficult at first

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