New Zealand born model Nikki Phillips and husband, jeweller Dane Rumble, have moved into the Sutherland Shire.
Their new trendy abode comes just ahead of welcoming their second child, a brother for Jett, who turns two in July.
They’ve dived into the Shire’s beach lifestyle, away from their previous inner west abode, an Enmore home where they’d been for the prior three years.
They had paid $1.05 million for the three bedroom home, shortly after tying the knot in Bali.
The couple have retained the Enmore property having recently secured a tenant after asking $1,050 a week.
The couple are now calling Cronulla home, having moved into a recently built designer duplex with concrete finishes not far from the beach and bay, though there also have been many recent posts of the family enjoying the rear yard pool.
The up-market four bedroom, three bathroom home comes with a master retreat with balcony and ensuite.
The landscaped rear garden, overlooked by the alfresco terrace, features a private swimming pool.
It had been listed for rent at $1,400 a week, down from its $1,500 a week it sought a year ago.
The median price for a four bed rental in Cronulla is $1,190 a week, while at Enmore it’s $875 a week, according to CoreLogic.
Just back from glamping in the bush at Mudgee over the Christmas break, Phillips let her 76,000 social media followers she was on cleaning duty earlier this week.
She was photographed cleaning in her pjs with a vacuum cleaner in the slick modern home. It was a client endorsement for Shark vacuums.
Phillips had a taste for the designer coastal lifestyle when she was promoting tickets to win a luxury North Curl Curl home last year.
Phillips stayed in the $3.2 million promotional home that was the first prize in the RSL Art Union giveaway.
“Living in coastal paradise for many of us is just a dream and wish!” she wrote on Instagram.
The ticket winner, who won the five bedroom home that cost RSL Art Union $3.7 million in 2017, has since opted to sell for $3.2 million, securing the sale just before Christmas.