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Nutritionist Jessica Sepel and husband Dean Steingold buy Vaucluse mansion for $14.6million

Nutritionist who owns a vitamins empire buys a spectacular mansion for $14.6MILLION – complete with a wine cellar, lavish pool, hotel-style bathrooms and sweeping views of Sydney Harbour

  • Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel and husband Dean Steingold have bought a mansion for $14.6m
  • The couple run JSHealth, a vitamin and mineral supplement empire worth hundreds of millions of dollars
  • Their new home is a spectacular three-story in Vaucluse, one of Sydney’s most sought-after suburbs
  • Standout features include a gym, sauna, outdoor swimming pool, split-level garden and a wine cellar
  • The open plan living area overlooks the water with views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House 

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Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel and her husband Dean Steingold have purchased a spectacular mansion in one of Sydney’s most affluent suburbs for $14.6million.

The couple – who together run JSHealth, a multi-million dollar supplement brand known for its $45 ‘miracle’ vitamins – snapped up the property with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a lavish swimming pool. 

Their new home is a magnificent three-storey in Vaucluse in the eastern suburbs with standout features including a gym, sauna, landscaped gardens, a temperature-controlled wine cellar and a three-car garage.

An open plan living and dining area on the first floor overlooks the stunning ocean, offering unrestricted views of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

The spectacular Vaucluse mansion recently purchased by Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel and husband Dean Steingold

Entrepreneur Jessica Sepel (pictured) has built a booming business worth hundreds of millions of dollars by selling $45 vitamins that promote hair growth, improve digestion and enhance skin's radiance

Entrepreneur Jessica Sepel (pictured) has built a booming business worth hundreds of millions of dollars by selling $45 vitamins that promote hair growth, improve digestion and enhance skin’s radiance

Previous owner film director Rebecca Rocheford Davies, who purchased the house for $5.5million in 2001, sold in early September but the buyers remained a mystery until Mr Steingold was named in legal documents pertaining to the property, Wentworth Courier reported.

Set on a 1,200 square metre block, the house is described as a ‘magnificent residence [that] offers a truly world class lifestyle of position and prestige’.

Sun-soaked balconies, ornate fireplaces and arched windows are peppered throughout with a terrace for entertaining on one side and a three-car garage to the rear.

The open plan living area on the second floor overlooks the water with unrestricted views of the Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House

The open plan living area on the second floor overlooks the water with unrestricted views of the Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House

The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom residence was previously owned by film director Rebecca Rocheford Davies

The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom residence was previously owned by film director Rebecca Rocheford Davies

Jessica Sepel and Dean Steingold, who made their fortune selling skin and hair enhancing supplements

Jessica Sepel and Dean Steingold, who made their fortune selling skin and hair enhancing supplements

Sprawled across the split-level ground floor is a luxury kitchen, formal dining and living area, gym, sauna, library and laundry room, with a large balcony facing the harbour and a study tucked away at the back.

There’s also an entertainment room that’s perfect for parties with the potential to be transformed into a home cinema, as well as three of the seven bathrooms.

Upstairs is a second living space, home office and all of the five bedrooms, including a spacious master complete with ‘his and hers’ dressing rooms, a double ensuite and a ‘parents’ retreat’.

The top floor is taken up with an ensuite guest retreat, storage space and yet another harbour-facing balcony.

Not bad for a couple who have made their fortune selling supplements that promise to promote hair growth, improve digestion and enhance skin’s natural radiance. 

Sun-soaked balconies, ornate fireplaces and arched windows are peppered throughout the one-of-a-kind home

Sun-soaked balconies, ornate fireplaces and arched windows are peppered throughout the one-of-a-kind home

Reviews on the JSHealth website stand testament to the benefits of the products, which customers have credited for restoring their lustrous locks after years of hair loss.

Others claim to have cured chronic acne by taking JSHealth tablets laden with zinc and vitamins B and C, which have been proven to relieve inflammation and reduce the severity of pimples over time.

Ms Sepel and Mr Steingold, who have been married since 2015, also have an app pre-loaded with over 300 healthy recipes, an eight-week vegan diet plan and separate collection of vegan vitamins.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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