Children’s book authors Beck and Robin Feiner launch their cozy design house Redfern for 2.8 million dollars
Two award-winning children’s book authors sell their beautiful Redfern patio that seems to have come out of fantasy.
Beck and Robin Feiner have put their Baptist Street home on the market and it is already attracting huge buyer interest, reports realestate.com.au.
Interest has pushed the price guide from $2.6 million to $2.8 million ahead of the August 7 auction.
Born of fantasy: Children’s book writers Beck and Robin Feiner have marketed their cozy Redfern designer home with a $2.8 million price guide
A big draw of the ’90s cozy patio, which the couple bought in 2010 for $1.18 million, is its designer transformation and trendy appeal.
The property has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, 3.3m high ceilings, Kauri pine floorboards, a chef’s induction kitchen and off street parking.
Major renovations were carried out six years ago and recently the kitchen has been upgraded.
Another plus is the writer’s attic, where Beck and Robin have spent countless hours over the years writing and illustrating their books.
Included: The house has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and high ceilings of 3.3 meters
Upgrade: major renovations to the kitchen were carried out two years ago
The attic attracts the attention of artists and professionals alike, who see the room as an ideal workspace.
“It’s one of the best loft conversions I’ve seen downtown,” said Charles Touma, director of Ray White Touma Group.
He added: ‘It has a clever design for an ensuite in the master bedroom. And there are beautiful high ceilings, a great chef’s kitchen and it borders Kepos Lane.’
The property is particularly interested in families, eastern suburbs and northern coast residents, and professionals.
‘It’s one of the best attic conversions I’ve seen’: A big draw is the writer’s attic, where Beck and Robin have spent countless hours over the years writing and illustrating their books
Popular: the property attracts particular interest from families, eastern suburbs and northern coast residents, and professionals
Robin and Beck Feiner are best known for their books If I Was Prime Minister and The Polar Bear in Sydney Harbour, which is about climate change.
The pair has been recognized at the Children’s Book Council of Australia Awards and also won awards at the Tropicana Film Festival.
They plan to move with their children to a bigger house in the eastern suburbs.
Notable: Robin and Beck Feiner (pictured) wrote the books If I Was Prime Minister and The Polar Bear in Sydney Harbour, which is about climate change