Fitness guru and former Bachelor Tim Robards buys Rose Bay apartment

Fitness guru and former Bachelor Tim Robards buys Rose Bay apartment
Fitness guru and former Bachelor Tim Robards buys Rose Bay apartment

The new star in the long running television soap Neighbours, fitness guru Tim Robards, has bought in Sydney.

He recently settled on an apartment at Rose Bay with his new wife, criminal lawyer Anna Heinrich.

The two found love on the 2013 season of the dating TV show The Bachelor.

The move sees them a little further from the beach which they love. 

There are upsizing to a three bed, art deco apartment which cost $1.9 million.

Their new home sits on the ground floor of a 1930s boutique block of six across the road from Rose Bay Marina.

The north-facing living area and master bedroom have harbour views.

Fitness guru and former Bachelor Tim Robards buys Rose Bay apartment

LJ Hooker Bondi Beach agents Keil Glass and Tom Murray sold the 137 square metre apartment that had been a $1,500 a week rental.

Robards had previously told the Telegraph they loved Bondi Junction where the couple had been renting a two bedroom apartment.

“We’ve got a great view but we’re not in the bubble of Bondi,” Robards said.

“We’re not stuck in the middle of the shopping centre either, if I want to get to the shops it’s five minutes away." 

Flying back to Sydney on weekends, Robards is spending more time in Melbourne nowadays having been cast as multi-millionaire Pierce Greyson, the new face of Neighbours.

They were flown into Flemington for the Melbourne Cup earlier this week in an Uber helicopter.  

Heinrich has been working in Sydney on the new Network Ten series Trial by Kyle with Kyle Sandilands. 

Robards and Heinrich, who he gave the final rose back in 2013 on the reality television show, wed in Italy in June at the Masseria Potenti hotel in Puglia before honeymooning in Turkey with their mates.

It's the second property the couple have bought together.

In 2016 they spent $630,000 on a new three bedroom townhouse in Murarrie, an eastern suburb of Brisbane.

It was advertised as a $530 a week rental, reflecting over a four percent rental yield.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph. 

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