A gorgeous Sydney cottage owned by swimwear mogul Natasha Oakley and her husband Theo Chambers has gone under the hammer for a reported $8.6million.
The couple sold the 1880s built Paddington home last week after it was originally listed for $7,750,000.
Located 3km from the CBD, the price guide on the four-bedroom, four-bathroom pad was later revised to $8.5million just prior to auction.
Chambers bought the property in 2017 for $5.4million reports The Daily Telegraph.
Situated in one of Paddington’s most sought after streets, the two-storey stone-built vintage house is an elegant blend of Old World charm with modern luxury.
Carefully renovated to maintain its classic timber finishings, the sprawling home boasts American Oak, Carrara marble and sandstone.
Highlights include solid oak herringbone floors, and a beautiful front lawn garden.
Meanwhile, the expansive kitchen open out to a delightful al fresco travertine terrace and courtyard.
There’s also a large lounge room with sandstone fire place, adjoining a formal dining room with cocktail bar.
The master bedroom, meanwhile, boasts a private balcony, a lavish dressing room with walk-in wardrobe and an en suite.
A fourth bedroom also functions as a home office.
It comes after Oakley tied the knot with Chambers in Italy in August.
The couple, who began dating four years ago, announced their marriage plans in July 2022,.
The pair have had an on/off relationship, and confirmed they were back together in March 2020, after a split in November 2019.
The pair had started dating in late 2018 and confirmed their romance on New Year’s Eve that year.
Model Natasha, whose A Bikini A Day blog morphed into her own swimwear range, debuted on the Financial Review Young Rich List last year at number 71.
The 33-year-old has 3.6 million Instagram followers and an estimated net worth of $63million thanks to her Monday Swimwear brand and online fitness program, The Pilates Class.