Sunrise star Edwina Bartholomew and family say goodbye at Dulwich Hill home

Edwina Bartholomew shared an emotional post as she and her family enjoy their final day at their Sydney home.

The Sunrise star and husband Neil Varcoe have sold their renovated home in the Inner West and are preparing for a new project.

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“Last day at Dulwich Hill,” Eddy captioned the post.

“It’s unlikely that our children will remember this house, but we will never forget the memories we made here.

“We will miss our lovely neighbors and our trusty second fridge/home office from @neilwrites @sidewaysdelicafe the most.

Edwina Bartholomew of Sunrise is moving out of her home in Dulwich Hill. Credit: Instagram / Delivered

The family sold the fairytale home in March and said at the time they were looking forward to “the next renovation adventure” to begin.

Eddy and Varcoe spent years renovating to turn it into a “historic luxury home.”

Speaking about the house previously with 7Life, Eddy said it held precious memories.

“We loved it (the renovation) but this week especially I was a little bit sad to be leaving the house,” said the Sunrise star.

“We love the area and love the neighbors.

Edwina Bartholomew and Neil Varcoe with their children Molly and Tom. Credit: Instagram

“But as Neil said, ‘We didn’t just renovate the house, we breathed new life into it.’

“It’s wonderful to know that the home will last for generations to come and be enjoyed by future families.”

Eddy said she was “overwhelmed by the response” to the sale, but joked about the universal love she also shares for “joining everyone else’s home.”

home of heritage

The couple bought the “rickety” home in 2017 and fell in love with the unique 1880s heritage.

The house once belonged to a descendant of one of the original convict laborers and has a rich history that the family could not resist.

Eddy and Varcoe enlisted the help of architecture and interior design firms Studio Esteta and Wynn Build, The Design Files reported.

The outdoor children’s playground. Credit: Maree Homer / Kate Nixon
The house has a no-frills courtyard. Credit: Maree Homer / Kate Nixon

The project encountered a few hurdles early on, due to the second floor originally being “unsupported by beams” and challenges that come with any older home, such as sloping ceilings. B. the renewal of masonry.

Working with interior designer Kate Nixon, the team combined the presenter’s love of interesting antiques with modern styling.

“I didn’t want a house where everything was new,” Eddy said, acknowledging the references to her grandmother throughout the styling, such as the floral chair in one of the bedrooms.

A glimpse into Eddy’s former family home. Credit: Maree Homer / Kate Nixon

The end of the job came around the same time the couple had their first child, Molly, who is now three years old.

They have since welcomed a son, Thomas, one.

Eddy said her “obsession” with designing new homes and projects comes from Instagram and watching shows like Channel 7’s Better Homes and Gardens.

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James Brien

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