Celebrity Dining: Inside MAFS star Nasser Sultan’s $1.1 million Surry Hills town house…as he lists it for rent

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Celebrity Dining: Inside MAFS star Nasser Sultan’s $1.1 million Surry Hills town house…as he lists it for rent

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Celebrity Dining: Nasser Sultan’s heartbreaking property listing: MAFS star offers up his $1.1million Surry Hills home for rent amid his financial problems – after he ‘blew his savings trying to be famous’

By Joshua Fox For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 18:06 EDT, 11 July 2019 | Updated: 01:24 EDT, 12 July 2019

Things have gone from bad to worse for Married At First Sight’s Nasser Sultan.

After the jobless reality star, 52, reportedly blew his savings trying to be famous for two years, he is now set to move out of his $1.1million Surry Hills town house. 

Daily Mail Australia can reveal the homeowner is trying to get back on his feet by letting out the inner-city property, while he moves into a Bondi share house. 

Nasser Sultan’s heartbreaking property listing: The MAFS star has offered up his $1.1M Surry Hills home for rent amid his financial problems – after he ‘blew his savings trying to be famous’ 

Nasser’s home, which is located within a private complex, is already listed under the rentals category on the website of an Eastern Suburbs real estate agent. 

With a price tag of $750 per week, the one-bedroom property boasts three floors, two balconies and an impressive rooftop terrace. 

On the ground floor, the large double bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and balcony is situated next to the house’s only bathroom, which also doubles as the laundry room. 

Hard times: Daily Mail Australia can reveal Nasser is trying to get back on his feet by letting out his inner-city property (living room pictured), while he moves into a Bondi share house

Impressive: With a price tag of $750 per week, the spacious one-bedroom property boasts three floors, two balconies and an impressive rooftop terrace

Cleaning fanatic: The second floor hosts a large open plan living space, which featured heavily on MAFS during Nasser’s homestay with ex-‘wife’ Gabrielle Bartlett

The second floor hosts a large open plan living space, which featured heavily on MAFS during Nasser’s homestay with ex-‘wife’ Gabrielle Bartlett. 

Next to the modern kitchen is a large glass dining table and a small office set up, with a corner sofa on the opposite side of the room by the second balcony.

Nasser has decorated the space with animal skin rugs and various Egyptian sculptures and art, paying homage to his place of birth.  

Inner-city: Nasser’s home, which is located within a private complex, is already listed under the rentals category on the website of an Eastern Suburbs real estate agent

Good investment! Nasser snapped up the property in 2003 for $346,000, but with the suburb having surged in popularity over the past 16 years, it is now estimated to be worth $1.1million

Multi-functional: On the ground floor, the large double bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and balcony is situated next to the house’s only bathroom, which also doubles as the laundry room

On Wednesday, a friend of Nasser’s told Daily Mail Australia he was quite reluctant to let the place out, having bought it with money inherited from his parents. 

He snapped up the property in 2003 for $346,000, but with the suburb having surged in popularity over the past 16 years, it is now estimated to be worth $1.1million.

Nasser’s financial woes became apparent on Thursday when he was pictured leaving a Centrelink in Darlinghurst, where he had been seeking employment.

‘He has run his savings accounts dry while holding out for some kind of “big TV offer” to come his way,’ said a source with knowledge of the situation.

‘He’s barely earned anything in years and is now facing up to the reality that he may actually have to forget about his “celebrity” status and get a real job.’ 

Job-seeker: Nasser’s financial woes became apparent on Thursday when he was pictured leaving a Centrelink in Darlinghurst, where he had been seeking employment

Back to reality: An insider told Daily Mail Australia this week that Nasser’s popularity peaked after his season ended in April 2018, and he naively believed his fame would ‘last forever’

The insider added that Nasser’s popularity peaked after his season of MAFS ended in April 2018, and he naively believed his fame would ‘last forever’.

However, these days, the freebies, clothing sponsorships and complimentary mea