LA-bound Sarah Louise Fudge farewells Spicer House

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Sarah Louise Fudge is seeking $5 million-plus for Spicer House. Photo: Supplied Sarah Louise Fudge is seeking $5 million-plus for Spicer House. Photo: Supplied
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Swans player Dan Hannebery is trading up from his North Bondi pad. Photo: Supplied

Ian Cavit? and Giovanna Gromo’s home at View Street, Woollahra. Photo: Supplied

Sarah Louise Fudge is seeking $5 million-plus for Spicer House. Photo: Supplied

Sarah Louise Fudge is seeking $5 million-plus for Spicer House. Photo: Supplied

LA-bound Fudge farewells Spicer House

Mining heiress Sarah Louise Fudge has taken up with Hollywood actor Mark Sheppard, and this has prompted the sale of her landmark home in Woollahra for more than $5 million.

News of the besotted couple’s romance is best documented by their respective twitter feeds, in which the daughter of mining magnate Paul Fudge also discloses her recent relocation to LA.

Sheppard, best known for his role as the King of Hell Crowley in the sci-fi series Supernatural, split from his wife Jessica Sheppard last year.

Fudge’s Woollahra home is the 1886-era residence Spicer House, which she bought in 2011 for a bullish $5.5 million from Kate Turner, of the Heartland Motor Group.

The 500-square-metre property has undergone a substantial renovation in recent years by Paul King, and went live on Domain苏州美甲美睫培训学校419论坛 this week ahead of its May 19 auction through Di Jones, Gary Sands and Jane Schumann.

It is not far from the John Street home of her father, Paul Fudge, who is the BRW Rich List regular who founded Pangaea Resources and has moved into thoroughbred horse racing in recent years through his Waratah Bloodstock.

Fudge also off-loaded her Edgecliff Road apartment nearby last June for $1.9 million, a loss from her initial outlay of $2.5 million for it in 2009.

Swans star on move

Another property sales campaign timed for the end of school holidays and a return to business as usual is the North Bondi home of Aussie rules player Dan Hannebery.

The Swans player is hoping for more than $2.2 million for his Glenayr Avenue semi, given his plans to trade-up locally.

Formerly from Melbourne, the son of former Footscray player Matt Hannebery was drafted to the Swans in 2008, but remained in Melbourne at the time to finish high school at Xavier College.

Hannebery, an economics student at the University of New South Wales, bought the 1920s semi with four bedrooms in 2012 for $1.48 million. It goes to auction on May 7 through Ric Serreo, of Raine & Horne Double Bay.

Touches of luxury

High-end furniture distributors Ian Cavit​ and Giovanna Gromo, of Cavit & Co, went live with the sale of their Woollahra home this week ahead of a May 16 auction and hopes of more than $4 million.

The three-level semi with northerly aspect and district views from the rear and a lap pool was designed by Thomas Hamel, with the sort of finishes you’d expect of the Cavit & Co team.

The View Street property last traded in 2010 for $2.46 million, and is now listed with Debbie Donnelley, of Phillips Pantzer Donnelley.

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