So the ex, Aschapelle, and I have decided to
sell the marital home. Its our little Redfern 2-bedroom dwelling that we bought just over 2
years ago and renovated. I’d forgotten how stressful it is selling a
house! My osteopath will benefit
as much as I will. Leaving no stone unturned in the quest to sell so I’m here
today to pimp it out. Call me Pimp-Daddy. You just never know, I may
have a stalker follower who sits at home hoping and dreaming that one day they
can sleep in my former bedroom.
buy a gorgeous terrace. Whatever your motivation it works for me.
|2 Rennie St, Redfern|
pocket of East Redfern and is surrounded by the coolest little community. In
the early days of St. Murphy I banged on about it quite a bit – the park, the
neighbours, the reno’s. I loved living here. It’s a fantastic mix of Surry
Hills and all it has to offer but at a safe, accessible distance. East Redfern
has all the benefits of inner city living without the Surry Hills price tag.
cement floors and a 70’s kitchen and bathroom. We always saw it as something
that would need work. We bit the bullet and reno’d the kitchen and bathroom at
the same time and also did floorboards throughout. It was an absolute pain in
the ass, we swore we’d never do it again. But we were so so happy (and proud)
with the result.
I do say so myself. And we pumped up our chests over the bathroom cause we
thought for two ‘design-challenged’ gay-boys it came out very masculine. Not a
floral tile to be seen but rather grey slate with a powder blue, glittering recess
with rain shower. Heaven.
closing off a previous open space and put in built-ins. For us it was our
dressing room. Between the two of us we had a lot of clothes and needed the
whole room to express ourselves. Master bedroom has a balcony and a Foxtel
connection. We never agreed on shows – Aschapelle anything reality, me anything
scripted drama – so we needed two Foxtel connections or we would have divorced
access out the back. Now this was actually the reason we initially looked at
the house. We thought Jackson and Little Sammy needed the space. So we bought
the house for our dogs only to discover that they never went out there. And
Aschapelle and I, well we rarely left the television. But it is gorgeous and
‘outdoorsy’ people would love it.
central to everything that goes on in the neighbourhood. Seriously, I’ve never
seen anything like it. I became so obsessed with it and everything it
represents that I wrote a 6000 word paper on it for Uni (yes, a HD). Its full
of toys that are there ALL THE TIME! Never stole. Such a safe and secure
neighbourhood. There’s a bbq, a compost bin, man-made swings – all provided by
the neighbours. They have neighbourhood bbq’s and drinks each Friday night
bedroom home or a brilliant investment please take a look. Our too-cute-for-words
real estate agent is the lovely Will Phillips from Bresic Whitney (as a general rule Bresic Whitney has the best looking agents in town, just saying!). Give him a
call. But just to be upfront; boys he’s not on our team and girls he has a
girlfriend. Call him to buy our house, not to try and get a date.
obviously bought in happy times. But if there is one thing that can be said
about Aschapelle and I, we’ve always been real good about keeping decisions
like this emotion free.