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channel 9 presenter georgie gardner has beaten colleague karl stefanovic in the property hunt

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Property sources say Georgie Gardner and her husband Tim, have paid about $6 million for this Mosman home. Picture:

TODAY show host, Georgie Gardner appears to have got one over co-host Karl Stefanovic, reportedly buying a home in Mosman for “about $6 million”.
Property sources have told the Mosman Daily that Gardner secured a stunning six-bedroom, architecturally-designed home in the sought after Beauty Point region.

Inside the Mosman home that property sources say will be the new home for Today show co-host Georgie Gardner. Picture:

The deal comes at the same time that Stefanovic has been actively searching in the same market.
The home has Middle Harbour views and comes with four bathrooms, a 12-metre pool and a raft of luxury features, all on a 780sq m parcel of land.
“Georgie paid about $6 million,” the source said. “She has been looking in Mosman. Karl Stefanovic has been actively looking in Mosman too, so it looks like Georgie has won this round.”

One of four bathrooms in the Mosman house. Picture:

Listed by the Simeon Manners agency, the property had been on the market since August 2017, having last been sold for $815,000 back in 1997, according to CoreLogic records.

It has six bedrooms. Picture:

The Mosman Daily has contacted listing agent David Manners for comment.
Gardner and husband Tim Baker, sold their home in Artarmon for $4.2 million recently.
The had put that home through a major renovation.

Real EstateGardner and her husband Tim Baker sold this Artarmon home recently.

Gardner has had a busy year, aside from selling and buying property.
She took up co-hosting duties alongside Karl Stefanovic earlier this year after Lisa Wilkinson left the long running Channel 9 program.

The new home has amazing water views. Picture:

Mr Baker is an investment banker at Boutique Capital. Prior to joining the funds management business, he worked for three years at Resource Super as their CEO.

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