Media golden couple Hamish Blake and Zoe Foster Blake have splashed out $8.925 million in Sydneys affluent suburb of Vaucluse as the family of four makes the move from Melbourne.The pair announced on Instagram that they were moving to Sydney — where Foster Blake grew up — earlier this month.
Go-To Skincare founder Foster Blake and radio personality Blake, will be living it up in one of Sydney’s fanciest locales east of the city.
The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home, set on 885sq m, was bought off-market from Peter O’Connell, the managing dir­ector of telecommunications company Amaysim Australia, who paid $6.8 million for the property in 2016.
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The leafy-fronted home is located on Wentworth Rd.
The property is quite different to their Melbourne pad designed by Neil Architecture.
According to Emerald City, beauty guru Foster Blake and her comedian husband inspected “a number of properties” across the eastern suburbs before finally settling on the home in Vaucluse.
The property is just a short drive from Go-To’s head office in Surry Hills.
Back in Melbourne, the couple lived in Richmond in an architecturally-designed home which they bought for $4.25 million in 2015.
The four-level home, with views of the MCG, featured on Grand Designs Australia in 2013.
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Funny man Blake, 39, told fans of their move in early December, writing: “For a long time I have known that stealing my wife from Sydney would mean one day we’d venture there to live for a while,” of Bowral-born Foster Blake.
He went on to joke to his 1.1 million ­Instagram followers that he’s keen to get a role on Bondi Rescue as a tourist who faints from eating too many ice creams.
The couple, who met in 2011, recently celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary with a suitably hilarious social media post.
Along with a selfie of the pair, Blake revealed they had watched back their nuptials video and realised Foster Blake had said “conditionally” instead of unconditionally on their wedding day.
“And THAT is why I love this woman,” Blake added in an adorable post.
“She is a god damn genius!! (in a million different ways, and also a huge babe). It is my honour to spend the rest of my life learning those conditions and fulfilling them.”
The couple married in December 2012, before welcoming their first child, son Sonny in May 2014. They had their second child, daughter Rudy Hazel Blake, in July 2017.

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