Top-rating 2Day FM breakfast announcer Jackie O and her farmer husband, Lee Henderson, spent around $2.7 million last month on their family home in Vaucluse.
Located in Sydney's posh eastern suburbs, the cosy five-bedroom 1920s abode suggests there's plenty of room for siblings for their baby daughter Catalina, Property Observer reports.
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The home sits on almost 800 square metres with a substantial backyard even if they extend out using the current architect-designed, development-approved plans.
It was marketed by the Laing & Simmons Double Bay agent Bart Doff as an "under-capitalised blank canvas awaiting an imaginative buyer".
The spacious home enjoys harbour glimpses from the upper level and polished floors throughout.
Its purchase belatedly follows the $2,897,500 sale of their 1890s four bedroom Paddington terrace in July last year.
The three-level, four-bedroom Paddington terrace that sat on a 210-square-metre block had been bought in 2009 for $2.75 million from Shine producer Jane Scott.
Their redundant Karori, Elizabeth Bay apartment sold for $910,000 in 2009 having paid $512,500 in 2001 for the two-bedroom, top-floor unit.
Until the renovation, the couple are presumed to continue to rent at Vaucluse in the interim while maintaining a 42-hectare Kangaroo Valley farm.
The Vaucluse property was sold by the Drexler family of the Matt Blatt store group.
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