Fitness First founder re-lists Mermaid Beach mansion

Fitness First founder re-lists Mermaid Beach mansion
Fitness First founder re-lists Mermaid Beach mansion

Fitness First founder Tony de Leede is seeking to sell his redundant luxury Mermaid Beach home for the third time.

The Bondi Beach-based fitness pioneer is seeking offers over $6 million for the Hedges Avenue mansion.

Set on 405 square metres, the 2007-built home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, an entertaining area with fireplace and a built in barbecue that adjoins the swimming pool.

Of course there's a home gym and a steam room.

Conal Martin at Kingfisher Realty Burleigh Heads is marketing the property.

De Leede paid $7.3 million for the property in 2009 when buying from Lisa Frawley, the wife of the former Romafree executive director Mark Frawley.

It has been a $2,800 a week rental in recent times.

De Leede founded Fitness First in 1993.  

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian.  

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