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Jordan and Zac Stenmark’s family snap up a $7.5 million home

Their parents recently sold off their lavish Mosman estate for a whopping $11 million. 

And now Jordan and Zac Stenmark’s family have ‘downsized’ into a smaller property in the affluent Sydney suburb. 

News Corp are reporting that the clan have just snapped up a stunning home with water views for a cool $7.5 million. 

Not bad for ‘downsizing!’ Jordan and Zac Stenmark’s family snap up a $7.5 million home (pictured) in Sydney’s Mosman… after selling their lavish estate in the same affluent area for a whopping $11 million

In one image of the new property, the pad has high and ornate ceilings, marble floors and an all-white interior. 

It also features gorgeous harbour views from a large balcony. 

It has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. 

Models of the moment: Pictured are Jordan and Zac

Models of the moment: Pictured are Jordan and Zac

Lavish: In July, Jordan and Zac's parents Damien and Susie, sold their Cardross estate (pictured) for $11 million

Lavish: In July, Jordan and Zac’s parents Damien and Susie, sold their Cardross estate (pictured) for $11 million

In July, Jordan and Zac’s parents Damien and Susie, sold their Cardross estate for $11 million.

The home had five bedrooms and five bathrooms, and a pool.

Realestate.com.au reported that the twins’ childhood home sold to former Foxtel CEO Richard Freudenstein.

Mansion: The home had five bedrooms and five bathrooms, and a pool

Mansion: The home had five bedrooms and five bathrooms, and a pool

Susie and Damien – who have four children – had originally purchased the home in 1998 for $2.65 million.      

According to Property Observer, Zac was the first of the twins to leave the family nest, buying a $965,000 two-bedroom apartment in Manly in 2016.

Jordan soon followed, spending $1.19million on a two-bedroom apartment in Bondi.

After launching their fashion careers while students at the University of Sydney, Zac and Jordan have since featured in campaigns for the likes of Abercrombie & Fitch, Ralph Lauren, and Calvin Klein.

New owners: Realestate.com.au reported that the twins' childhood home sold to former Foxtel CEO Richard Freudenstein

New owners: Realestate.com.au reported that the twins’ childhood home sold to former Foxtel CEO Richard Freudenstein

 

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