Double Bay’s Pelicano resident DJ puts Bondi pad on the market

Creative Director of brand agency www.walterwakefield.com.au and Pelicano resident DJ Jaimy Walter along with his fashion stylist wife Marianne Malafosse have put their Bondi apartment on the market with Ray White TaylorJones Principal Seaton Jones and a price guide of $1.35million.

The two bedroom apartment on Simpson Street is the second art deco Bondi apartment the couple have owned, after Seaton sold their first renovation project on Lucius Street in 2011.

The pair say they will miss the large 130sqm art deco apartment which features high ceilings, a lush wraparound garden and views across Sydney’s famous Harbour.

The apartment sits on the top floor of one of Bondi’s grandest period buildings, Stratton Hall, and also has it’s own separate study, garage and beautiful bi-fold and bay windows.

“It has been a great home to us, and we have some wonderful memories at Simpson Street,” said Jaimy, “the north facing aspect gives the apartment a lot of light and the views of Sydney Harbour never get old.”

After 10 years in Bondi they have decided to make the move to Bellevue Hill to be closer to Cranbrook, where their son will go to school – the pair have purchased a large three bedroom townhouse previously owned by Sydney artist Vicki Lee for a record price of $2.25million.

“We wanted somewhere close by and a little bit bigger that we can enjoy as a family and with friends.”

The familiar Bellevue Hill pad was home to Vicki and her photographer husband Ted O’Donnell – who are relocating to New York.

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