High profile Sydney lawyer David Sekel of Sekel Grinberg Judd, and his wife Tara are selling their Blue Mountains hideaway of two years.
The lower north shore-based couple who have completed a major renovation of the Wentworth Falls property have listed it with a $1.4 million-$1.45 million guide.
Sitting on Mulheran Ln, the 797sqm block was purchased by Mr and Mrs Sekel in August 2018 for $850,000, according to CoreLogic.
The Sekels are selling the weekender through McGrath Wentworth Falls agent Matthew Gale as they seek to find a larger property to buy in the area.
Sitting a few streets back from the Wentworth Falls lookout and bush tracks, the renovated weatherboard residence combines modern finishes with period finishes such as stained windows, high ceilings and French doors. The floorplan offers separate living and dining areas that flow to an outdoor entertaining space.
A pebble circular driveway is one of the impressive outdoor inclusions along with manicured lawns and a water feature.
Interior features include timber-lined ceilings, natural gas heating, two slow combustion fireplaces and four bathrooms. There is also a self-contained guest studio with a kitchen, living room, bathroom and a single bedroom.
Wentworth Falls’s property market has been stable according to the latest market trends report from realestate.com.au. The popular Blue Mountains suburb has seen its median sale price grow 0.8 per cent over the past 12 months to $650,000.
Mr Sekel has practised corporate law for nearly 25 years and specialises in advisory, planning and structural solutions for businesses and the individuals. He founded Sekel Grinberg Judd with Gregg Judd and Kathie Grinberg.