Larry Emdur makes a tidy profit after selling his home in The Rocks, Sydney

Larry Emdur makes a tidy profit after selling his home in The Rocks for $4.3million – five years after buying it for $3.2million

TV presenter Larry Emdur and his wife Sylvie have made a decent profit from the sale of their New York-inspired home in The Rocks, Sydney.

The couple’s realtor son Jye Emdur sold their three-bedroom Art Deco apartment for $4.3million after just a few weeks on the market, reports News.com.au.

The Emdurs had bought the property for $3.19million back in 2017. 

TV presenter Larry Emdur and his wife Sylvie (pictured in August 2019) have made a decent profit from the sale of their New York-inspired home in The Rocks, Sydney 

They offloaded the warehouse conversion before its scheduled auction in April, but the sale price was not disclosed until Tuesday. 

Larry and Sylvie are expected to move into their new place in Darling Point.

The couple purchased the home five years ago after selling their Dover Heights clifftop property for $11.5million.

The couple's realtor son Jye Emdur sold their three-bedroom Art Deco apartment for $4.3million after just a few weeks on the market. (Pictured: one of the ensuite bathrooms)

The couple’s realtor son Jye Emdur sold their three-bedroom Art Deco apartment for $4.3million after just a few weeks on the market. (Pictured: one of the ensuite bathrooms) 

The apartment was converted from a 1924 building that was previously used as a depot for the Cadbury confectionary company.

There is a private lift entry and two of the bedrooms boast marble ensuites.

The home also has a luxurious kitchen with a cocktail counter and a fireplace.

The Emdurs had bought the property for $3.19million back in 2017

The Emdurs had bought the property for $3.19million back in 2017 

It comes after The Chase host sold his investment apartment in Bondi Beach for $1.055million at auction in February.

That address had been collecting $850 a week in rent before changing hands.

The Emdurs also own an eco-friendly holiday home converted from an old shipping container in Kangaroo Valley.

They offloaded the three-bedroom warehouse conversion before its scheduled auction in April, but the sale price was not disclosed until Tuesday

They offloaded the three-bedroom warehouse conversion before its scheduled auction in April, but the sale price was not disclosed until Tuesday 

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