Surfer Ozzie Wright sells Newport home

Surfer Ozzie Wright sells Newport home
Surfer Ozzie Wright sells Newport home

Professional surfer, artist, filmmaker and Goons of Doom musician Ozzie Wright has sold his character beach house at Newport for $2.3 million.

The three bedroom home, located just one house behind the beach, has an upstairs lounge and dining area that takes in the coastal views.

There's an industrial style kitchen and home office. 

Wright, who recently relocated to Byron Bay, paid $1.51 million in 2008 with his mum Catherine.

It was auctioned through Ray White Mona Vale agent Paul Franks given Wright and wife Mylee are now Byron Bay based.

Wright earned a reputation as a kind of anti-establishment professional with his quirky pen-and-ink sketches of thin, sad-eyed hipsters were used in Volcom surfwear ads.

In 2002, Australia's FHM magazine named Wright the country's fifth best-dressed man in an ironic nod to the shabby-chic trend he helped popularise.

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