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TV star Justine Clarke sells her Rozelle home in Sydney for $2.1million

TV star Justine Clarke sells her Rozelle home in Sydney for $2.1million as work gets underway for the multibillion-dollar motorway Wes

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TV star Justine Clarke sells her Rozelle home in Sydney for $2.1million as work gets underway for the multibillion-dollar motorway WestConnex

Work on the New South Wales government’s multibillion-dollar motorway WestConnex, linking the Iron Cove Bridge to the Anzac Bridge, is well underway.

And as reported by Domain on Saturday, TV star Justine Clarke has offered her Sydney Rozelle home for voluntary acquisition, to Transport for New South Wales. 

The 49-year-old and her husband Jack Finsterer are understood to have received $2.1million for the three-bedroom semi-detached home, they purchased in 2014.

Moving on: TV star Justine Clarke (pictured), 49, has sold her Rozelle home in Sydney for $2.1million, as work gets underway for the multibillion-dollar motorway WestConnex

Moving on: TV star Justine Clarke (pictured), 49, has sold her Rozelle home in Sydney for $2.1million, as work gets underway for the multibillion-dollar motorway WestConnex

They are also believed to have purchased a $2.47million home in the neighbouring suburb of Drummoyne.

The property boasts four bedrooms, an art studio and a swimming pool.    

The couple share three children together, Josef, 20, Nina, 18, and Max, 11. 

Done deal: As reported by Domain on Saturday, Justine and her husband Jack Finsterer offered their home (pictured) for voluntary acquisition, to Transport for New South Wales

Done deal: As reported by Domain on Saturday, Justine and her husband Jack Finsterer offered their home (pictured) for voluntary acquisition, to Transport for New South Wales 

Decent sum: The couple are understood to have received $2.1million for the three-bedroom semi-detached home, they purchased in 2014

Decent sum: The couple are understood to have received $2.1million for the three-bedroom semi-detached home, they purchased in 2014 

Justine is an acclaimed actress, having appeared in a wide range of TV shows including A Country Practice, and Home and Away.

She starred in the 1997 film Blackrock alongside the late Heath Ledger, and branched out into presenting when she joined the cast of ABC’s Play School in 1999.  

Justine has also appeared in stage productions with the Sydney Theatre Company, and performed in various bands in the 1990s. 

Design: The property features polished wooden floorboards, neutral walls, and spacious bedrooms

Design: The property features polished wooden floorboards, neutral walls, and spacious bedrooms

Family home: Justine and Jack share three children together, Josef, 20, Nina, 18, and Max, 11

Family home: Justine and Jack share three children together, Josef, 20, Nina, 18, and Max, 11 

Her husband Jack has had roles in television shows including McLeod’s Daughters, Neighbours, Stingers, and Blue Heelers.  

WestConnex is Australia’s largest road infrastructure project, promising to ease congestion, and is scheduled to be completed in 2023.

The M4-M5 link, connecting the Iron Cove Bridge to the Anzac Bridge, is being managed by Transport for NSW. 

Screen queen: Justine is an acclaimed actress, having appeared in a wide range of TV shows including A Country Practice, and Home and Away

Screen queen: Justine is an acclaimed actress, having appeared in a wide range of TV shows including A Country Practice, and Home and Away 

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