Channel 7 personality Larry Emdur and wife Sylvie have put their New York-style warehouse conversion in The Rocks up for auction. Take a look inside.
Channel 7 personality Larry Emdur and wife, Sylvie, have officially put their redundant homes in The Rocks up for sale.
The New York-style warehouse remodel is up for the upcoming auction after the couple for a few weeks tried to find a buyer through private contract inspections.
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The large open layout is a creation of Tanner Kibble Denton Architects, merging the building’s original fabric with a luxury New York vibe in a warehouse in Sydney’s Rocks district.
From its two car garage and private elevator entrance, the apartment has two bedrooms, both of which have sumptuous open-plan suites.
Their son Jye Emdur from Team Thomas at Ray White TRG has the listing, located on Gloucester St near the south end of Harbor Bridge.
The host of Seven’s The Chase Australia and co-host of The Morning Show will be living in Darling Point following the couple’s recent purchase of a full 200 m2 apartment from Naomi Penny, the widow of Professor Ron Penny, the pioneer in clinical immunology. , who died in 2019.
It originally purchased The Rocks apartment in 2017, after their Dover Heights cliff top house was purchased by accountant Anthony Bell for a record $ 11.5 million.
The warehouse cost $ 3.09 million to renovate a 1924 building that was once the Sydney depot for the Cadbury Confectionery and was recently used as the Lawson Menzies auction house.
Emdur, who has hosted Seven’s The Morning Show alongside Kylie Gillies since 2007, has been on television screens since the 1980s, when at the age of 17 he became the youngest national newsreader to present the news to Seven. .
He switched to hosting game shows after presenting Good Morning Australia.
From 1993, he hosted The Price Is Right for five years and returned to the show in 2003 and again in 2012. Emdur, who grew up near the beach at Bondi, retains a long-standing Bondi Beach unit.
Today, the family spends most of their weekends in Berowra Waters, where their $ 1 million waterfront purchase last June will undergo a major renovation, not far from the retreat they had previously purchased.
It has prompted the listing of SkyRidge, their popular Kangaroo Valley Airbnb, a striking charging-style getaway built by shipping containers.
“SkyRidge is a social media star in its own right, and is one of the area’s most successful short-term rental organizers,” advises Jye Emdur’s marketing consultant.
Originally released when Larry Emdur put the NYC-style Rocks pad up for auction