The US-based expatriate actor Rebecca Breeds has sold her investment apartment home in Sydney.
The former Home And Away star secured $810,000 for the Narrabeen apartment.
Breeds, who will appear next year in the much anticipated Hollywood series Clarice, had bought it for $490,000 in 2009.
Since moving to the US seven years ago, Breeds has starred in Pretty Little Liars and The Originals. Clarice is the Silence of the Lambs reboot with Breeds reprising Jodie Foster’s Oscar-winning role.
The near lakeside Goodwin St property, which sold before the northern beaches cluster lockdown, had been a rental property. It kicked off in 2010 with $480 a week tenants, and tenants were last sought at $540 a week a few years ago.
Breeds, and her husband, the Gold Coast native, Luke Mitchell, retain their shared ownership of a three-bedroom Cronulla apartment which was leased for $800 a week, reflecting a 3 per cent yield after its 2017 purchase for $1,425,000.
The couple met in 2009 when Mitchell made his way from Neighbours in Melbourne to the Summer Bay-based soapie, Home And Away and starred as Romeo Smith while Breeds played Ruby Buckton.
They headed to LA in 2013 three years after he won the Logie for most popular new male talent.
Mitchell’s roles in US shows have included Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and The Code and Blindspot, and has been cast as the male lead in US pilot Republic of Sarah, about the looming destruction of a town at the hands of a greedy mining company.
He will also team up with another Home And Away alumni, Todd Lasance in Without Remorse, the upcoming American action thriller film based on the 1993 novel by Tom Clancy.