Packed to the Rafters star Rebecca Gibney and her husband, Richard Bell, have sold their Clareville home in Sydney's north for an undisclosed price.
The couple didn’t have the time to turn it into their dream home so the four-bedroom house on a 948-square-metre block had $1.3 million hopes on its listing last year, Property Observer reports.
PHOTOS: Rebecca Gibney's Clareville home
With views of Pittwater towards Ku-ring-gai Chase national park, it cost $1.22 million in 2009, so a small loss after costs seems probable.
The family, who sold in Tasmania last year, have suggested they were likely to upgrade to a contemporary house in the Pittwater precinct north of Sydney.
"Due to increasingly busy schedules, we have decided not to renovate our home on the northern beaches,'' Gibney told the local press on listing the initial October 2011 property through Andrew Blake and Cathy Agosti from Andrew Blake Real Estate.
"It has been a real haven, and we will miss the privacy and great views. We love the area," Gibney noted.
The couple’s renovation plans, which had been approved by Pittwater Council, included a new pool, enclosing the carport and first-floor additions and had been projected to cost $414,000.
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