A brew-tiful sale! Campos Coffee founder sets property record in Dulwich Hill after offloading his five bedroom home for $3.7million
Will Young and his wife Louise founded their famous Campos Coffee company in 2002.
And now the couple have set a property record, after selling their home in the Sydney suburb of Dulwich Hill for $3.7million, according to realestate.com.
The home, built in 1895, features Victorian façade including spacious porch with decorative tiles.
Sold! Campos Coffee founder Will Young set property records after offloading their Dulwich Hill home for $3.7million over the weekend, according to Realestate.com.au on Wednesday.
It also has a decorative trim under the awning, ornamental mason block corners and a bay window.
Inside are five generously sized bedrooms – including the master room which has its own ensuite and walk-in-robe.
The polished floored hallway leads down to the foyer, with one door leading to the common bathroom, the other door to the master and the third leading to the rear modern extension.
Fresh start brewing: Will (pictured) and his wife Louise founded Campos Coffee in 2002. They are planning to move overseas following the sale of their inner west home and their coffee business
Family space: The modern extension of the home is where the combined kitchen, living and dining room is
Located in the modern part of the home is the combined kitchen, living and dining room.
The high ceilings, white interiors and natural light in the kitchen gives the space a ample brightness.
Outdoors, the property features a deck and covered area – perfect for entertaining guests – as well as a garden shed.
Bright and airy: The high ceilings, white interiors and natural light in the kitchen gives the space a ample brightness
The record sale for the inner west property over the weekend comes after the Young’s sold Campos Coffee to Dutch-based coffee and tea giant JDE Peet’s – whose brands include L’OR and Moccona.
According to Realestate.com.au, the couple plan to move overseas following the sale of their inner west home.
Campos Coffee reported $50 million in revenue over the last financial year, and a loss of $3.2 million for the twelve months, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
Backyard: Outdoors, the property features a deck and covered area – perfect for entertaining guests – as well as a garden shed