Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich have bought into the Sydney market. Picture: Jonathan Ng
NEW guest star in the long-running television soap Neighbours, fitness guru Tim Robards has bought in Sydney.
With his new wife, criminal lawyer Anna Heinrich, the former Bachelor recently settled on an apartment at Rose Bay.
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The move sees the busy couple just a little further from the sand and sea which they love, deciding to upsize to a three-bedroom art deco apartment, which cost $1.9 million.
The spacious main bedroom at Tim and Anna’s new Road Rose Bay pad.
Their new home is set in a 1930s boutique block of six across the road from the harbour promenade.
The north-facing living area and master bedroom have harbour views.
LJ Hooker Bondi Beach agents Keil Glass and Tom Murray sold the 137 sqm 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 told The Telegraph.
“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.”
The open hallway and living area.
The modern style dining area.
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.
Robards has wanted to pursue an acting career since he was a 20-year-old uni student and had the opportunity to be a stand in for Keanu Reeves on the set of Matrix 2 and 3, he told BW Magazine.
Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich at the annual Wharf4Ward event, at the Finger Wharf, Woolloomooloo. Picture: Jonathan Ng
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.
The living area has amazing views.
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 per cent rental yield.