Dr Chris Brown leaves Bondi, opts for Clovelly

Dr Chris Brown leaves Bondi, opts for Clovelly
Dr Chris Brown leaves Bondi, opts for Clovelly

Sydney's favourite vet Dr. Chris Brown has departed Bondi.

First he gave up on Bondi Vet, the hit TV show that made him a household name, and now he's bought in Clovelly.

He's just splashed $5.8 million on a classic beach house a stone's throw from the beach.

His exit from the Bondi scene was off market, securing a $4.5 million buyer for his Dudley Street property.

His new home set in north facing landscaped gardens on 750 sqm is much closer to the beach, via a pathway with direct access.

The two storey family beach home has three bedrooms and a 100 sqm rear deck with day bed and firepit.

It was advertised as having a classic beach house vibe by Phillips Pantzer Donnelley agents Alexander Phillips and David Tyrell.

The home that last traded for $2,225,000 in 2003.

Dr Chris Brown leaves Bondi, opts for Clovelly

Goodyer Real Estate agents Amanda Balding and Pauline Goodyer sold the transformed Bondi home in just 16 days.

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

The Peter Dunkley transformation, completed 18 months ago, turned the home in to a contemporary five bedder with home 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.

Brown's girlfriend Kendall Bora was not a joint buyer.

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

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.





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