Georgie Gardner with her husband Tim Baker at their now former home, with kids Bronte and Angus Baker with their dog Wilbur. Picture: Danny Aarons.
CHANNEL 9 personality and Today host Georgie Gardner and husband Tim Baker, have sold their home in Artarmon $4.2 million.
The couple have made a nice return on their renovated Federation Bungalow, after they paid $1.95 million for it in 2010, according to CoreLogic.
The result is $1.58 million more than the median sale price in Artarmon, which is $2.620 million.
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What is more interesting is that Ms Gardner was only living three doors down from her boss at the Nine Network, Hugh Marks.
The couple conducted a major renovation of the home during their time living in Artarmon.
The sale of her home comes after an exciting year for the journalist and presenter.
In January, Ms Gardener took up hosting duties on Today alongside Karl Stefanovic after Lisa Wilkinson’s much published departure from the long running program.
Prior to rejoining Today, she was the Sydney 6pm newsreader for Channel 9 between 2009 and 2017.
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.
During their time at the property, records show that the couple added a 79sqm extension to the home, worth $95,510. They received approval from Willoughby Council for this in 2012.
Extension works also included the addition of a swimming pool.
This is what the living room looked like when they purchased the home in 2010.
Georgie Gardner returned to Today this year alongside Karl Stefanovic. Picture Julie Kiriacoudis
Their now former Artarmon digs sit a 797sqm parcel of land and has manicured gardens with lots of space for children to run around in.
Built in 1925, the Federation detailing is paramount inside, with grand detailing on the ceilings.
The couple is now rumoured to be looking on the lower north shore for their next home.
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