Pete Evans selling Sydney home for $3.2 million
Celebrity chef Pete Evans is bidding farewell to Sydney’s eastern suburbs, putting his near-new Malabar property on the market just months after offloading his former home across the street.
The former My Kitchen Rules judge and wife Nicola Robinson, a former model-turned-wellness advocate, listed their five-bedroom Austral Street property – which was originally purchased by Evans and Robinson in 2014 for $1.27 million before it was knocked down and rebuilt.
Earlier in the year the couple sold their other Malabar home in an off-market deal worth $2.76 million.
The two-storey home sits on a corner block and offers a chef-designed kitchen with a butler’s pantry, an open-plan living area with an al fresco entertaining room, a main suite with an open ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, three bathrooms and a double garage.
Then there are the more distinctive extras one may expect from the man who has become known as Paleo Pete – a wellness studio with an infrared sauna, a heated magnesium lap pool, an ozone spa, indoor/outdoor gymnasiums, a skateboard ramp and a trampoline.
The two-year-old residence also has Tesla solar panels and a powerwall, as well as fluoride/chlorine-free water, according to the listing.
After living there for about 18 months, the pair decided it was time to put the home on the market, as they’ll be spending more time in northern NSW with Evans preparing to open a healing clinic in Byron Bay, said selling agent Peter Goulding of N G Farah.
“It is a stunning ultra-modern coastal home in a great pocket of the south-eastern suburbs … the extras will appeal to a lot of people,” Mr Goulding said of the property with a $3.2 million price guide.
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