Gym guru Rob Deutsch has splurged around $36 million on a stunning mansion in Sydney’s exclusive Eastern Suburbs.
Deutsch, who co-founded but has since sold out of the troubled F-45 franchise business, bought the incredible house in the highly sought-after suburb of Bellevue Hill as a home for him and his new wife model Nicole Perso.
The couple tied the knot in the Southern Highlands in December.
Property records reveal the 5-bedroom, five-bathroom home which sits on 1286 sqm last traded for $10.6 million in 2014.
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No major alternations have been made to the home in that time.
“A contemporary classic family hideaway with an ideal northerly aspect on approx. 1,284 sqm of blue chip land, this just newly renovated substantial home presents a fresh new take on barefoot-elegance and bespoke designer style,” the marketing collateral for the home read, when it last traded.
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“Opening effortlessly to a sun-soaked tennis court size magnificent level garden with adjoining limestone verandas, alfresco terraces and a heated pool, this easy-care indoor/outdoor family home is as perfect for lavish entertaining as for private relaxing.
“Set high and wide with significant frontage to the street yet virtually hidden from the world, this exclusive dress circle home is convenient to many of Sydney’s best schools, shopping precincts, parklands, golf courses, beaches, marinas and the CBD.”
Deutsch sold his Bronte beachfront in April last year for $17.7m.
In 2020, he bought a block of flats overlooking Bondi Beach for $20.65m.
According to reports, a DA to develop that block has been submitted to Waverley Council.
Deutsch, 43, stepped down as F-45 chief executive in June 2020, shortly before it was publicly listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
Last year Deutsch and Perso established the baby goods start up Markot, a curated online marketplace for new and used baby goods.
Bellevue Hill’s median house price is $8.7m, up 14.5 per cent over the past 12 months.
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