Bondi Vet Chris Brown sells Bondi home

Bondi Vet Chris Brown sells Bondi home
Bondi Vet Chris Brown sells Bondi home

Sydney's favourite vet Dr. Chris Brown has sold his Bondi home, but doesn't intend on leaving the eastern suburbs.

The home sold after just 17 days through Goodyer Real Estate agents Amanda Balding and Pauline Goodyer, who had a price guide of $4.5 million for the Dudley Street property.

Dr Chris renovated after he paid $1.92 million in 2010, two years after he began Bondi Vet, the Network Ten show that shadowed him at work at a clinic in Bondi Junction.

Bondi Vet Chris Brown sells Bondi home 

There was a large scale transformation from Peter Dunkley, who designed the home which was completed 18 months ago.

The contemporary five bedroom freestanding home features lime-washed American Oak floors and a Tallowwood deck.

The open plan casual living, dining and kitchen area flows to an entertainer's courtyard complete with built-in barbecue.

A top floor master bedroom has panoramic views stretching from North Bondi towards Maroubra.

Bondi Vet Chris Brown sells Bondi home

Brown's formerly Melbourne-based girlfriend Kendall Bora has recently been involved in the property market.

She bought her first Sydney apartment a few months ago, spending $675,000 on a 35 sqm one bedroom unit in Woollahra's Piccadilly Gardens complex.

The apartment was quickly leased for $590 a week.

Brown and Bora have been dating for over 20 months.

Brown has been presenting I'm A Celebrity since 2015 and also presents Network Ten's The Living Room.

He is of course most known for the hit Network Ten show Bondi Vet, grew up around animals in his four acre 'backyard' in Newcastle.

He broke onto the television vet scene in 2003 when he starred on Harry's Practice, nominated for a Logie for Most Popular New Talent.

Brown went on to Channel Nine's Burke's Backyard before starring on Bondi Vet.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.




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