PHOTO: The recently appointed chief executive of Optus Kelly Bayer Rosmarin has listed her Vaucluse home. Photo: James Brickwood

If Kelly Bayer Rosmarin thought she had a busy year ahead, given her new job and the networking demands of running Australia’s second biggest telco at a time when Australians are working from home en masse, she just made it a lot busier by listing her Vaucluse home.

The listing comes amid talk in the eastern suburbs that the recently appointed Optus chief executive and her husband, Rodney Rosmarin, are planning to sell and trade up locally.

But it seems the sales campaign is hoping to draw the attention of buyers, and not journalists, given the address is only being disclosed to buyers directly and the selling agent D’Leanne Lewis, of Laing + Simmons Double Bay, was not contactable by Title Deeds at the time of publication.

That has left it to buyers to disclose they are being offered a guide of $7.5 million.

Kelly Bayer Rosmarin of 25a Fitzwilliam Road Vaucluse
The Vaucluse residence last traded in 2012 for $4.5 million when sold by rag trader Eli Alster.