Olympic swimming pair off the blocks in Bondi Junction

Olympic swimming pair off the blocks in Bondi Junction
Olympic swimming pair off the blocks in Bondi Junction

Former Olympic swimming couple Matt Dunn and his wife, Dr Eydis Konradsdottir, have secured $3.2 million on their Bondi Junction re-build.

The contemporary two storey, four bedroom home on 183 square metres, sold under the hammer through Home Estates agent Carl Wilson.

There were four bidders at the Cooley auction room. The couple paid $785,000 for the building block in 2006.

Dunn competed at three Olympic Games in the freestyle, setting four world records over his career. He won six Commonwealth Gold medals in the medley events.

The board member of the International Swimming Federation is now a director of Savills capital transactions focusing on NSW’s suburban commercial investments.

Having retired from competitive swimming in 2001, Matthew pursued a career in real estate working for Goodman, Parkview Group, and more recently as a consultant with Pepper Property.

Konradsdottir, who is now a doctor, competed at two Olympic games for Iceland and once held an Icelandic record in the 100 metre butterfly.

They are off to the North Shore to be closer to schools.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.

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