Sandra Moss puts her luxe Rose Bay home on the property market with a $15 million dollar guide 


That’s one tidy profit! Fashion guru Sandra Moss puts her luxury Rose Bay home on the property market with a $15 million dollar guide after purchasing it for $2.25m


Fashion guru Sandra Moss is selling her glamourous Rose Bay home after 22 years and numerous renovations. 

The sprawling house is up for auction on September 21.

Moss, best known for Pretty Girl Fashion and Rockmans, purchased the mansion in 1999 for $2.25 million. That figure has risen to $15 million in the price guide, according to Realestate.com.au

So stylish! Fashion guru Sandra Moss has put her luxury Rose Bay home on the market with a $15 million dollar guide 

‘It’s spectacular during the day but absolutely beautiful at night,’ Moss said in an interview with the Wentworth Courier.  

The property features four bedrooms, five bathrooms, modernised kitchen, a double garage, in-built pool, outdoor dining area and a picturesque backdrop of Sydney Harbour.

‘This incredible residence offers the ultimate in luxury with versatile layout in Rose Bay’s best street,’ says Ray White TRG principal and Luxe Listings star Gavin Rubinstein, who is selling the home with Noa Oziel. 

Making some coin: She purchased the mansion in 1999 for $2.25 million. That figure has risen to $15 million in the price guide, according to Realestate.com.au

Making some coin: She purchased the mansion in 1999 for $2.25 million. That figure has risen to $15 million in the price guide, according to Realestate.com.au  

Inclusions: The property features four bedrooms, five bathrooms, modernised kitchen, a double garage, in-built pool, outdoor dining area and a picturesque backdrop of Sydney Harbour

Inclusions: The property features four bedrooms, five bathrooms, modernised kitchen, a double garage, in-built pool, outdoor dining area and a picturesque backdrop of Sydney Harbour

The bathrooms, bedrooms and kitchen have all been rebuilt and upgraded. 

The kitchen contains high-end European gas appliances and a stone marble island, while the bedrooms feature marble ensquites.

Two of the bedrooms also have walk-in wardrobes and balcony views of the harbour. 

The most recent renovations include an old staircase that was taken out and substituted with a modern glass and stone version, with an Italian commercial-grade lift.

Contemporary: The bathrooms, bedrooms and kitchen have all been rebuilt and upgraded. The kitchen contains high-end European gas appliances and a stone marble island

Contemporary: The bathrooms, bedrooms and kitchen have all been rebuilt and upgraded. The kitchen contains high-end European gas appliances and a stone marble island

'It’s spectacular during the day but absolutely beautiful at night': The gorgeous harbour can be viewed from the balcony and through the giant windows in the interior of the house

‘It’s spectacular during the day but absolutely beautiful at night’: The gorgeous harbour can be viewed from the balcony and through the giant windows in the interior of the house

The first home improvement made was the wall of glass put into the living and dining area that provides a constant panorama of Sydney and the ocean. 

The property is a stone’s throw away from Rose Bay and the local cafes and eateries. 

Other inclusions are the gas fireplace, designer lighting, integrated sound, workshop and tiled floors. 

Scenic: The first home improvement made was the wall of glass put into the living and dining area that provides a constant panorama of Sydney and the ocean

Scenic: The first home improvement made was the wall of glass put into the living and dining area that provides a constant panorama of Sydney and the ocean

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