David Gyngell and Leila McKinnon list $ 2.25 million investment apartment in North Bondi

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Cashing in! Former Channel Nine boss David Gyngell and journalist’s wife Leila McKinnon list their three-bedroom investment apartment in North Bondi for $ 2.25 million










David Gyngell and his journalist wife Leila McKinnon have put their investment apartment in North Bondi on the market.

The three-bedroom unit has an asking price of $ 2.25 million and will be auctioned on Nov. 18, according to realestate.com.au.

Set in a handsome art deco building, the property – which the couple renovated – is minutes from iconic Bondi Beach.

The unit features polished hardwood floors and glossy white walls to give the home a light and airy feel.

The kitchen has high-end appliances, sleek joinery, a white metro tiled splashback and a stone worktop.

Adjacent to the kitchen is the spacious combined living and dining area.

Bright: the kitchen includes high-end appliances, elegant woodwork, a white subway tiled splashback and a stone countertop

Bright: the kitchen includes high-end appliances, elegant woodwork, a white subway tiled splashback and a stone countertop

Further down the hall is the elegantly renovated bathroom, next to the separate toilet.

Each of the three bedrooms has a built-in bathrobe, while the master bedroom has extra space for more decorating room.

The couple first bought the property in 2017 for $ 1,675,000 and rented it out for $ 1,300 per week.

Spacious: Each of the three bedrooms has a built-in bathrobe, while the master bedroom has extra space for more decoration

Spacious: Each of the three bedrooms has a built-in bathrobe, while the master bedroom has extra space for more decoration

The couple’s plan to unload the North Bondi property comes after the purchase of another apartment.

They spent $ 4.5 million last year on another stunning three-bedroom unit in the upscale Bellevue Hill neighborhood.

Channel Nine reporter Leila, 49, married businessman David, 55, – the son of Australian television pioneer Bruce Gyngell – in 2004. The couple then moved to Los Angeles in 2006.

They returned to Australia a year later when David was appointed CEO of Nine Network. He resigned from his post in 2015.

She then returned to her role at Nine, working in various network programs.

The couple share two children: son Ted, nine, and daughter Gwendolen, seven.

Proud parents: The couple share two children - son Ted, nine, and daughter Gwendolen, seven

Proud parents: The couple share two children – son Ted, nine, and daughter Gwendolen, seven

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