Fashion designer Wayne Cooper lists his glamorous Tamarama home for $ 10.5 million
It was briefly the home of Gerard Butler when he filmed Gods of Egypt in Sydney in 2015.
And fashion designer Wayne Cooper has now listed his Tamarama property for sale, with a price guide of $ 10.5 million.
The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home goes under hammer on May 8, Realestate.com.au reports.
Location: Fashion designer Wayne Cooper has listed his Tamarama home for sale at an indicative price of $ 10.5 million
The house has 500 m² of living space, including a master suite with dressing room and private terrace.
There is also a studio / home office, which can be used for guest accommodation.
Meanwhile, the artist’s kitchen features a Calacutta marble countertop and a Caesarstone breakfast island.
Profit: Cooper [seen here in 2014] and his wife, former model Sarah Marsh, bought the property for $ 5.5 million in 2011
It could all be yours: the five-bedroom, six-bathroom home will go under a hammer on May 8, according to realestate.com.au
Fitted out: Host’s kitchen features Calacutta marble countertop and Caesarstone breakfast island
There is also a cinema, a double garage and then a separate single garage.
It even has an eight-person elevator to transport residents between the four levels of the house.
Outside there is a north-facing mosaic swimming pool with spa jets and gas heating.
Cooper and his wife, former model Sarah Marsh, bought the property for $ 5.5 million in 2011.
Spacious: The house has 500 m2 of floor space, including a master suite with dressing room and private terrace
Splish splash: outside there is a north-facing mosaic swimming pool with spa jets and gas heating
Cooper is a British-born fashion designer who, after growing up in London’s East End, moved to Australia in 1985.
Brand founder Wayne’s Australian Fashion Week shows featured Linda Evangelista and Sarah O’Hare.
He has been a regular guest on the reality TV series Australia’s Next Top Model.
Origin Story: Cooper is a British-born fashion designer who, after growing up in the East End of London, moved to Australia in 1985
Famous Tenant: It was briefly Gerard Butler’s home when he filmed Gods of Egypt in Sydney in 2015. Butler seen here in 2016