Hamish Blake and wife Zoe have followed the lead of a number of fellow celebrities, with the purchase of a stunning retreat just outside Sydney.
Celebrity couple Hamish Blake and Zoe Foster Blake have followed the lead of a number of fellow well-known personalities, after spending more than $4m on a stunning home retreat south of Sydney.
The purchase of the luxury Jamberoo home, about an hour and a half south of Sydney, will further shine the spotlight on the south coast after region recent purchases in the area by Deborah Hutton and Gerry Harvey.
Hamish, the host of Lego Masters Australia and his author wife Zoe, bought the stunning 6-bedroom, five-bathroom home for $4.26m, CoreLogic property records have revealed.
The home last sold for $566,000 in 1996, with the vendors undertaking significant renovations since then.
According to the listing the “prestigious estate is approached through some of the most stunning scenery in Australia”.
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“The amazing 7.46 acre property it nestled amongst some of Jamberoo’s finest homes.
“The retreat has breathtaking views of verdant valleys and hills to a sparkling seascape beyond.
“The residence itself features, all on one level, easy living with the spacious welcoming entry foyer leading into the open plan dining room and gourmet kitchen.
The hub of the home flows effortlessly out onto the large entertainment balcony which wraps around the home where many family memories will be made around the outdoor dining table; taking in the vistas over the croquet lawn and beyond whilst to the Pacific Ocean and Lake Illawarra.”
It’s another big addition to the pair’s real estate portfolio after out they spent $8,925 million on a Vaucluse home in Sydney’s prestigious eastern suburbs after the family of four quit Melbourne in late 2020.
According to The Australian, the Blake family’s new south coast home had been a long-term retreat for media personality Lyndey Milan, and her partner, the late John Caldon, an investment-banking leader at Macquarie Bank.
The home was sold by Ray White’s Michelle Lay.
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Originally published as Inside Hamish and Zoe Blake’s $4.3m new house on the NSW South Coast