Children’s authors Beck and Robin Feiner to sell their Redfern property for $2.8million

Children’s authors Beck and Robin Feiner to sell their Redfern property for .8million


Children’s authors Beck and Robin Feiner put their cosy Redfern designer home in the marketplace for $2.8million

Two award-winning youngsters’s authors are promoting their attractive Redfern terrace that seems to have been borne from fantasy.

Beck and Robin Feiner have put their Baptist Street dwelling in the marketplace and it’s already attracting large curiosity from patrons, stories realestate.com.au.

The curiosity has pushed the worth information from $2.6million to $2.8million forward of the August 7 public sale.

Borne from fantasy: Children's authors Beck and Robin Feiner have put their cosy Redfern designer house on the market with a price guide of $2.8million

Borne from fantasy: Children’s authors Beck and Robin Feiner have put their cosy Redfern designer home in the marketplace with a worth information of $2.8million

An enormous drawcard for the cosy Nineteen Nineties terrace, which the couple purchased in 2010 for $1.18million, is its designer transformation and fashionable attraction. 

The property has 4 bedrooms, two bogs, hovering 3.3m ceilings, Kauri pine floorboards, a chef’s induction kitchen and outside avenue parking.

Major renovations have been made six years in the past and the kitchen was upgraded extra lately. 

Another drawcard is the writer’s attic, the place Beck and Robin spent numerous hours writing and illustrating their books over time.

Inclusions: The property has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and soaring 3.3 metre ceilings

Inclusions: The property has 4 bedrooms, two bogs and hovering 3.3 metre ceilings

Upgrade: Major renovations were made to the kitchen two years ago

Upgrade: Major renovations have been made to the kitchen two years in the past

The attic is attracting curiosity from artists and professionals alike, who image the room as an excellent working area.

‘It’s among the finest attic conversions I’ve seen throughout the inside metropolis,’ stated Ray White Touma Group principal Charles Touma.

He added: ‘It’s acquired a sensible design for an ensuite in the master suite. And there are stunning excessive ceilings, an important chef’s kitchen and it backs onto Kepos Lane.’

The property is principally garnering curiosity from households, jap suburbs and north shore residents, and professionals.

'It's one of the best attic conversions I've seen': A major drawcard is the authors' attic, where Beck and Robin spent countless hours writing and illustrating their books over the years

‘It’s among the finest attic conversions I’ve seen’: A serious drawcard is the authors’ attic, the place Beck and Robin spent numerous hours writing and illustrating their books over time

Popular: The property is mainly garnering interest from families, eastern suburbs and north shore residents, and professionals

Popular: The property is principally garnering curiosity from households, jap suburbs and north shore residents, and professionals

Robin and Beck Feiner are finest identified for their books If I Was Prime Minister and The Polar Bear in Sydney Harbour, which is about local weather change.

The couple have been recognised on the Children’s Book Council of Australia Awards and additionally gained awards on the Tropicana Film Festival.

They are planning to transfer to a bigger dwelling within the jap suburbs with their youngsters.

Notable: Robin and Beck Feiner (pictured) wrote the books If I Was Prime Minister and The Polar Bear in Sydney Harbour, which is about climate change

Notable: Robin and Beck Feiner (pictured) wrote the books If I Was Prime Minister and The Polar Bear in Sydney Harbour, which is about local weather change

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