Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Real Housewives Of Auckland Star Michelle Blanchard Selling Her Coatesville Home For $3.85 Million!

Real Housewives of Auckland couple Dave and Michelle Blanchard are selling their Coatesville home. According to Stuff, the couple's property appeared appeared on realestate.co.nz through real estate company Barfoot and Thompson, and will be held on tender until October 12.

The home comes with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, 3 family rooms, along with tennis court and pool. The house sits on 2.66ha of land, boasts 15 car spaces and "one of the most admired and desired residential destinations". It is located 25 minutes from Auckland CBD and is close to local cafes, shops, pony club and schools.

The Marset Discoco pendant from ECC hangs above the formal living room in Michelle and Dave Blanchard's home; the feature fireplace wall is a fusion stone slab, with each panel of stone seamlessly connecting to the next. (Photo: Jane Ussher)

Dave and Michelle Blanchard’s Auckland home features a polished titanium granite kitchen benchtop; with a scullery hidden behind cupboard doors, Michelle admits she’d prefer the kitchen to be “purely for show” (Photo: Jane Ussher)

With a council valuation of $3.85 million, it is expected to reach far more than that. The Blanchards told NZ House and Garden Magazine "we've spent well over $7 million on it."

The house was designed by Grant Bindon and the interiors designed with the help of Trinity Interior Design. Throughout the renovation the house was almost tripled in size to over 1000m₂.

One of Michelle's favourite features of their home is her swinging seat, she showed it off to the other housewives in the second episode of the series. (Photo: Jane Ussher)

Property view including pool (Photo: Jane Ussher)

Real Housewives of Auckland watchers will remember standout features such as the yellow marble bar, which wasn't a hit with the other housewives, and Michelle's favourite swinging seat.

Watch a tour video of the property below!



Source/Photo Credit: Stuff, Bravo NZ

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