Sydney’s most prolific and renowned tailor, Patrick Johnson, and his interior designer wife, Tamsin, have listed their super stylish Tamarama home with impressive ocean views.
Ray White TRG principal Gavin Rubinstein has a guide of $5.5m-$6m for the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home with two car spaces at 7 Ashley St ahead of an August 18 auction.
“They’ve completely gutted it and finished it to a standard of style you rarely see in Australia,” says Rubinstein. “It’s one of a kind.”
Patrick Johnson’s PJohnson Tailors was established in Sydney in 2009 and now also has showrooms in Melbourne, New York and London.
And Tamsin Johnson Interiors has transformed numerous homes worldwide, including residences in Bondi Beach, Darling Point, Byron Bay, Toorak and New York along with South Yarra penthouses and Paris apartments.
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Naturally, the uber-cool power couple have done a magnificent job and spared no expense on their own home — and a lucky purchaser stands to benefit.
CoreLogic data shows the Johnsons purchased the unrenovated home for $3.85m in May, 2016 and lodged a DA that November for a new veranda and decking, with a swimming pool and spa.
The remodelled home captures never-to-be-built-out views over Tamarama Beach and beyond.
The open-plan living and dining area, which is flooded with natural light, has high raked timber ceilings, wide oak flooring and a gas fireplace.
The bespoke island kitchen features top-of-the-range European gas appliances and extensive custom-built cabinetry, a Venetian plaster benchspace and a large breakfast bar.
All four bedrooms have custom built-in wardrobes and quality Sisal carpet.
The deluxe master bedroom has a marble ensuite with dual Venetian plaster vanity and a frameless shower, while opening to a second deck and pool.
Other highlights are the ducted airconditioning, two designer marble bathrooms, wide oak floors, extensive storage and a lockup garage/home office plus extra off-street parking.
The house is located in a cul-de-sac with direct access to Tamarama Beach and the coastal walk.