Dave Hughes is said to be ‘desperate’ to secure a Sydney home after relocating to the Harbour City for his 2Day FM breakfast radio show.
And the comedian, 51, apparently has his sights set on a Rose Bay apartment being sold by Bachelor star Tim Robards and his wife Anna Heinrich.
The three bedroom unit has a new price guide of $2.8million after previously being listed for $3.45million.
Tough times: Dave Hughes (pictured) is reportedly ‘desperate’ to secure a Sydney home after relocating to the Harbour City for his 2Day FM breakfast radio show
‘Hughes, and his buyer’s agent Jack Henderson may cast their eye over the apartment again,’ realestate.com.au reports.
In December last year, the funnyman expressed a desire to move to trendy Surry Hills, jokingly referring to it as ‘St Kilda without the beach.’
However he now appears to have his sights set on a harbourside residence in Robards and Heinrich’s apartment.
Selling out: Tim Robards and his wife Anna Heinrich have listed their Rose Bay unit for sale, with Hughes reportedly interested. Pictured with daughter Elle, one
The boutique apartment is located on a block of six, just moments from the Rose Bay Wharf and eateries.
It features open-plan kitchen and dining, which leads out to a balcony.
The marble kitchen has luxurious appliances including a Smeg gas cooktop and an integrated fridge/freezer.
Must be sold: The Bachelor and I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! stars have set a price guide of $2.8million for the three-bedder, according to realestate.com.au
The property also has timber floors in the living spaces and high quality carpet in the three bedrooms.
Agent Gavin Rubenstein told the website the couple ‘need a house’ after last year expressing a desire to expand their family.
The latest property move for the couple comes after they recently put their third and final investment property in Queensland on the market.
Location location: The boutique apartment is located on a block of six, just moments from the Rose Bay Wharf and eateries
Tim and Anna last month listed their townhouse in Brisbane’s Aspley, reported realestate.com.au last month.
The four-bedroom, two-storey house has been advertised as ‘an unmissable buying, downsizing or investment opportunity’.
It features a fully fenced courtyard and garage, and was purchased by Tim, 39, for $452,500 back in February 2016.
That same year, he bought two other properties in Brisbane suburbs Richlands and Murarrie, both of which have since been sold.
Finishings: The property also has timber floors in the living spaces and high quality carpet in the three bedrooms
Tim and Anna, 35, sold their three-bedroom townhouse in Murarrie for $730,000 in November last year.
A month later, they sold their four-bedroom townhouse in Richlands for $450,000, making the Aspley townhouse their last Brisbane property.
The couple, who share one-year-old daughter Elle, have made Sydney their permanent base in recent years.
They met on the set of the 2013 season of The Bachelor.
Growing: Agent Gavin Rubenstein told the website the couple ‘need a house’ after last year expressing a desire to expand their family