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The Real Housewives of Sydney’s Krissy Marsh Auction Dover Heights House


Real Housewives of Sydney star Krissy Marsh is putting her spectacular six-bedroom home up for auction.

The 50-year-old reality star and her husband, real estate mogul John Marsh, are hoping to earn between $10.5 million and $11 million when the house goes under the hammer on August 11, reports realestate.com.au.

Located in Dover Heights, one of the city’s most desirable postcodes, the five-bathroom luxury property has exploded in value in recent years.

Real Housewives of Sydney star Krissy Marsh is putting her spectacular six-bedroom home (pictured) up for auction

Real Housewives of Sydney star Krissy Marsh is putting her spectacular six-bedroom home (pictured) up for auction

It was previously listed in 2017 with a guide price of $8 million, but failed to sell.

Perched on the eastern promontory south of Sydney Harbour, the house offers sweeping panoramic views of the ocean and city.

The interior offers resort-style opulence combined with chic design, including travertine floors, polished concrete walls, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Features of the three-level split include a chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line European appliances and an alfresco dining area with two barbecue grills, pool and wine cellar.

The 50-year-old reality star and her husband, real estate tycoon John Marsh, hope to clear between $10.5 million and $11 million when the house goes under the hammer.  Krissy and John pictured

The 50-year-old reality star and her husband, real estate tycoon John Marsh, hope to clear between $10.5 million and $11 million when the house goes under the hammer.  Krissy and John pictured

The 50-year-old reality star and her husband, real estate tycoon John Marsh, hope to clear between $10.5 million and $11 million when the house goes under the hammer. Krissy and John pictured

There is also a rooftop entertainment terrace and beautiful sculpted gardens.

Other highlights of the architecturally designed house include a gym, movie theater and media room.

Meanwhile, Krissy and John recently purchased a lavish $30 million property in Double Bay.

Perched on the Eastern Promontory south of Sydney Harbour, the house offers breathtaking panoramic views of the ocean and the city

Perched on the Eastern Promontory south of Sydney Harbour, the house offers breathtaking panoramic views of the ocean and the city

Perched on the Eastern Promontory south of Sydney Harbour, the house offers breathtaking panoramic views of the ocean and the city

Located in Dover Heights, one of the city's most desirable postcodes, the five-bathroom luxury property has exploded in value in recent years

Located in Dover Heights, one of the city's most desirable postcodes, the five-bathroom luxury property has exploded in value in recent years

Located in Dover Heights, one of the city’s most desirable postcodes, the five-bathroom luxury property has exploded in value in recent years

Features of the three-level split include a chef's kitchen with high-end European appliances and an alfresco dining area with two barbecue grills, pool and wine cellar

Features of the three-level split include a chef's kitchen with top-of-the-line European appliances and an alfresco dining area with two barbecue grills, pool and wine cellar

Features of the three-level split include a chef’s kitchen with high-end European appliances and an alfresco dining area with two barbecue grills, pool and wine cellar

A former estate agent, Krissy shot to fame on Foxtel’s The Real Housewives of Sydney before it was canceled after just one season in 2017.

The former model is married to property developer John Marsh, with whom she shares three children, Billy, Nicco and Milana.

The couple bought their new six-bedroom mansion from prominent Sydney businessman Hamish Douglass of Magellen and his wife Sybella Morris, a jewelery designer.

Former estate agent Krissy shot to fame on Foxtel's The Real Housewives of Sydney before it was canceled after just one season in 2017. The former model is married to property developer John Marsh, with whom she shares three children, Billy, Nicco and Milana

Former estate agent Krissy shot to fame on Foxtel's The Real Housewives of Sydney before it was canceled after just one season in 2017. The former model is married to property developer John Marsh, with whom she shares three children, Billy, Nicco and Milana

Former estate agent Krissy shot to fame on Foxtel’s The Real Housewives of Sydney before it was canceled after just one season in 2017. The former model is married to property developer John Marsh, with whom she shares three children, Billy, Nicco and Milana

Origin: | Dailymail.co.uk

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