The Morning Show's Kylie Gillies sells her inner city Sydney investment unit for $1.2 million

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The Morning Show’s Kylie Gillies sells her two-level inner city Sydney investment unit at auction for a cool $1.2 million

Channel Seven’s Kylie Gillies and husband Tony collected a cool $1.265 million on Saturday when their Sydney inner city investment flat was sold at auction.

The ‘Manhattan’ style apartment in Camperdown was bought by the high profile media couple in 2002 for $510,000. 

It features a generous two levels, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms across the floors. 

Moves: Channel Seven's Kylie Gillies (pictured) and husband Tony collected a cool $1.265 million on Saturday when their Sydney inner city investment flat was sold at auction

Moves: Channel Seven’s Kylie Gillies (pictured) and husband Tony collected a cool $1.265 million on Saturday when their Sydney inner city investment flat was sold at auction

The kitchen kitted out with new appliances including a Kleenmaid fridge and features a breakfast bench. 

The top level property comes complete with sweeping views of the Anzac Bridge and Sydney city skyline.

Terraces around the home make for a perfect vantage point for those million dollar vistas. 

Roomy: The'Manhattan' style apartment in Camperdown was bought by the high profile media couple in 2002 for $510,000. It features a generous two levels, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms across the floors

Roomy: The ‘Manhattan’ style apartment in Camperdown was bought by the high profile media couple in 2002 for $510,000. It features a generous two levels, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms across the floors

There is even a parking space for the new buyer, and the home offers up an expansive 150sqm of space.

Kylie and her husband Tony have been happily married for almost 33 years – they are due to celebrate their next anniversary in May. 

The Morning Show host married Australian Associated Press Editor in Chief Tony in 1989. 

View: The top level property comes complete with sweeping views of the Anzac Bridge and Sydney city skyline. Terraces around the home make for a perfect vantage point for those million dollar vistas

View: The top level property comes complete with sweeping views of the Anzac Bridge and Sydney city skyline. Terraces around the home make for a perfect vantage point for those million dollar vistas

The couple share two sons, Gus, 20, and Archie, 18. 

They live in a Putney, New South Wales in a waterfront property coming in at a roomy 700sqm. 

That home was purchased in 2005, with the couple paying $1,699,000 for it at the time, before they demolished and rebuilt a new property on the site in 2011. 

Long love: Kylie and her husband Tony (right) have been happily married for almost 33 years - they are due to celebrate their next anniversary in May

Long love: Kylie and her husband Tony (right) have been happily married for almost 33 years – they are due to celebrate their next anniversary in May

 

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