Celebrity gardener takes big home sale hit

Better Homes and Gardens celebrit­y gardener Charlie Albone and his wife, interior designer Juliet­ Love, have snappily relisted their longtime Ourimbah retreat on the NSW Central Coast.

There is a $2.45m to $2.65m price guidance through the local Ray White office.

The 2.07ha property had been initially listed in early February through other agents with a $3m to $3.2m price guidance.

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Better Homes and Gardens celebrit­y gardener Charlie Albone and his wife, interior designer Juliet­ Love, have relisted their longtime Ourimbah home on the NSW Central Coast with amended price guidance. Picture: Supplied


This time there is a video of the couple showing off the grounds at Evergreen Acres.

The four-bedroom, three-bathroom single-level English cottage-style house sits on a circular driveway in privacy deep behind its grand entry gate.

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Juliet Love and Charlie Albone. Picture: Don Arnold/Getty Images


There are garden alcoves, a stunning wisteria-covered arbour, fruit trees, plus garden beds for vegetables. There is a feature dry-stone wall fire pit built by Scottish stonemason Callum Grey for the Chelsea Flower Show.

The five paddocks come with animal shelters, plumbed water troughs and a three-stall stable. The Ourimbah Creek Rd property has town water, plus 100,000-litre tanks.

The inclusions include a robotic lawnmower that services the lawns at the acreage, which was bought in 2012 for $840,000. Ourimbah’s top acreage sale sits at $3,725,000 for a 13.93ha Dog Trap Rd holding with a six-bedroom house, which sold in 2021.

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There are garden alcoves, a stunning wisteria-covered arbour, fruit trees, plus garden beds for vegetables. Picture: Supplied


There has been a $2.3m sale of 12ha Bumbles Creek Rd acreage earlier this year with a four-bedroom 1940s house overlooking paddocks, with two dams, plus horse stables.

According to PropTrack, the median house price in Ourimbah is $971,500. That’s up 3.4 per cent over the past 12 months.

In late 2019, the couple, who have two sons, bought a two-storey red-brick semi in Maroubra for $2.355m, which has been transformed into a weatherboard coastal look.

They secured permission in 2021 for works, including a pool and spa, on the 316sq m holding.

Albone quit Foxtel’s Selling Houses Australia in early 2020 to join the BH & G team, replacing fellow celebrity landscaper Jason Hodges.

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