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Love Shack! MAFS’s John Aiken places four bedroom North Shore property on market for $2.3 million 

Selling their love nest! MAFS ‘expert’ John Aiken and wife Kelly Swanson-Roe list their four-bedroom Sydney home on the market for a cool $2.3 million

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He hasn’t experienced much success matching long-lasting couples on Married at First Sight.

But relationship ‘expert’ John Aiken is set for a financial windfall as he places his four-bedroom Sydney property on the market for a cool $2.3 million, according to The Daily Telegraph.

Together with interior designer wife, Kelly Swanson-Roe, the 48-year-old psychologist purchased the 1920’s bungalow for $1.86 million back in 2014.

Up for sale! MAFS ‘expert’ John Aiken has listed his $2.3 million Sydney home that he shares with wife Kelly Swanson-Roe

Stunning: Boasting a dual-level rear extension, the home (pictured) rests on 607sqm of beautifully landscaped gardens and enjoys a private leafy rear aspect with level lawns, an outdoor spa and terrace areas for entertaining

Stunning: Boasting a dual-level rear extension, the home (pictured) rests on 607sqm of beautifully landscaped gardens and enjoys a private leafy rear aspect with level lawns, an outdoor spa and terrace areas for entertaining

Based in the leafy North Shore suburb of Willoughby, the spacious updated home boasts a mixture of contemporary and traditional design features, pairing jet black walls with high ornate ceilings and stained-glass windows. 

Listed by LJ Hooker Artarmon, a conservatory-style dining space with garden views leads to a bright, airy living area and a caesar stone kitchen with gas cooking.

Good sized bedrooms feature built-in double wardrobes while a versatile downstairs space with private entry and can used a study or optional fourth bedroom. 

It also has one-and-a-half bathrooms. 

Style: Based in the North Shore borough of Willoughby, the couple purchased the 1920's bungalow for $1.86 million in 2014

Style: Based in the North Shore borough of Willoughby, the couple purchased the 1920’s bungalow for $1.86 million in 2014

Contemporary: Good sized bedrooms feature built-in double wardrobes while a versatile downstairs space with private entry and can used a study or optional fourth bedroom

Contemporary: Good sized bedrooms feature built-in double wardrobes while a versatile downstairs space with private entry and can used a study or optional fourth bedroom

And boasting dual level rear extension, the home rests on 607sqm of beautifully landscaped gardens and enjoys a private leafy rear aspect with level lawns, an outdoor spa and terrace areas for entertaining.

Married nearly twelve years, the couple moved to Willoughby from Sydney’s Waterloo, after selling their Victorian terrace for $1.4 million.  

John heaped praise on his wife in a gushing Instagram post late last year. 

Design: The spacious updated home boasts a mixture of design features, pairing jet black walls with high ornate ceilings and picture tails and leadlight windows

Design: The spacious updated home boasts a mixture of design features, pairing jet black walls with high ornate ceilings and picture tails and leadlight windows

Sleek: The caesar stone kitchen with gas cooking boasts modern finishes, teak floors and high-spec appliances

Sleek: The caesar stone kitchen with gas cooking boasts modern finishes, teak floors and high-spec appliances

Marking a decade since the couple moved from New Zealand to Australia, he wrote: ‘Ten years ago this week we left everything behind in NZ and took the plunge in Australia].’

‘It’s been an amazing and scary ride and I’m so grateful to have shared it all with this special woman. Thanks for chasing dreams with me Kels!’ he added.

The couple share two children, son Aston, seven, and daughter Piper, five.

Polished: Listed by LJ Hooker Artarmon, a conservatory-style dining space with garden views leads to a bright, airy living area

Polished: Listed by LJ Hooker Artarmon, a conservatory-style dining space with garden views leads to a bright, airy living area

Climbing the property ladder! Married nearly twelve years, the couple (pictured) moved to Willoughby from Waterloo after selling their Victorian terrace for $1.4 million

Climbing the property ladder! Married nearly twelve years, the couple (pictured) moved to Willoughby from Waterloo after selling their Victorian terrace for $1.4 million

 

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