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The Reality TV Stars Who Buy A Matrimonial Home At $5.2 Million

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Johnson and Laura Byrne

Despite the stereotype that reality TV stars often don't make it in the real world, The Bachelor's Laura Byrne and Matty J Johnson proved that wrong by buying a luxury property in North Bondi for $5.2 million.

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Network Ten's Dating Show

For those unacquainted with Network Ten's dating series, the pair crossed paths during the 2017 season five. They symbolically exchanged vows in the finale, eventually translating their on-screen romance into a genuine marriage in the latter part of the previous year.

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A Matrimonial Home

There is a matrimonial home that will occur by this month, and the records have unveiled that around $5.2 million will be the buying of the four-bedroom semi. See more glances from and stay ahead of the trending Hollywood News.

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Simon Storry

The beautiful North Bondi property that Laura Byrne and Matty J bought was listed at a guide price of $4.5 million and sold well before its planned auction, which Alexander Phillips of PPD oversaw on behalf of Simon Story, the head of international investments at Jones Lang LaSalle.

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Byrne, the Owner of Jewelry Label

Influencing the reality TV background, Byrne owns the Toni May jewelry brand, and Johnson has successfully transitioned into the media realm. Byrne now co-hosts the afternoon show 'The Pick Up' on KIIS FM, while Johnson has taken on a presenting role at Network Ten.

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Robert Champion De Crespigny

Businessman Robert Champion De Crespigny has sold his luxurious beachfront apartment in Rose Bay for an impressive $15 million, quietly setting a new record for the suburb. It tops $13.5 million set for a beachfront bought by dancer Kym Johnson.

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Larry Emdur and wife, Sylvie

Larry Emdur and his wife Sylvie recently sold their dream house in Kangaroo Valley, SkyRidge, for almost $2.8 million, pocketing a nice profit on their original $2.15 million purchase price just three years ago.

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Wallis Wu

Wallis Wu, director of Central China Real Estate and daughter of one of China's senior property developers, has put her Milsons Point home up for sale just three years after purchasing it. Wu hopes to see a boomtime auction on 9th September once she & her mother, Lam Li Wu, buy it at $8 to $1.75 Million.

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Michael Blickstead

Michael Blickstead, a former Macquarie dealmaker, and his partner Amrita Singh, who was previously eBay's chief operating and marketing officer, have made a major move in the property market. They purchased a stunning Bellevue Hill home for a whopping $15 million.

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Prue MacSween

Jonathan Barthelmess and Prue MacSween's luxurious Darling Point triplex has again hit the market after failing to sell two years ago. The iconic property is being marketed by Evan Williams and Anthony Rizzo of Highland Property with a staggering $14 million guide.

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