Bondi Rescue's Harrison Reid heads to the beach

Bondi Rescue's Harrison Reid heads to the beach
Bondi Rescue's Harrison Reid heads to the beach

Bondi Rescue star Harrison Reid is upgrading in Sydney's eastern suburbs.

He's drifting a little further toward the beach, but it's not the one he patrols on the screens.

The Christchurch born lifeguard has bought a home in Rose Bay.

He's letting go of his Bellevue Hill apartment (above and below) that he bought when he moved to Sydney four years ago from New Zealand.

Bondi Rescue's Harrison Reid heads to the beach

Reid paid $725,000 for what was then a two bedroom Victoria Road apartment in a 1950s tightly held block of 12 on the dress circle Victoria Road.

Reid has reconfigured and renovated the apartment himself, turning into a large one bedroom apartment with fresh interiors. He renovated the kitchen and added new wooden flooring.

Raine & Horne Double Bay agents Paula Simoes and Ric Serrao are marketing the apartment with a $780,000 guide for its February 14 auction.

Reid has previously spoken of his love for living in Bellevue Hill.

Bondi Rescue's Harrison Reid heads to the beach

"I love it around this area," he said in a recent interview with Sydney style guide Sitchu.

"It's close to my work and not far from Double Bay and the harbour beaches."

"Bondi Junction is also up the road, which means I never have to go into the city!"

Reid said the thing he loved most about where he lived was the endless local options to be able to go out for "a quick bit to eat or drink with a mate."

Reid said on his days off he likes to head to the harbour beaches for a swim to get away from the crowds.

"Since I'm around a lot of people at work down on the beach, it's nice to have some time to yourself," he said. 

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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