Olivia Newton-John apparently isn’t as hopelessly dedicated to her Australian farm anymore, because the property has simply hit the market in New South Wales.
The singer and actress reportedly purchased the huge property, which encompasses 187 acres, within the early ‘80s as a spot the place she may “recharge within the peace” of the realm, based on TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.
The “Grease” and “Xanadu” star is alleged to be promoting the farm as she presently maintains a residence in Florida with husband John Easterling, and infrequently stays on the award-winning spa she owns within the Hinterlands of Byron Bay when she visits Australia.
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“The expansive view from the farm is breathtaking and captured my coronary heart all these years in the past,” Ms. Newton-John stated in a press release obtained by her pal and itemizing agent, Jillian McGrath.
The property itself, positioned lower than an hour’s drive from Byron Bay, features a “French-inspired nation residence” with uncovered wooden beams and stone archways. The itemizing provides that the four-bedroom, three-bathroom property has a “self-contained four-room visitor quarters” for guests.
Newton-John made upgrades to the house throughout a 2002 renovation, together with pine flooring, an eat-in kitchen and wall accents comprised of shells and pebbles from an area seashore.
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The wraparound porch and out of doors residing areas afford views of the encompassing hills and valleys. The ranch additionally sits instantly on a border of the Victoria Park Nature Reserve.
“Bordering on an historical rainforest brings superb morning birdsongs,” Newton-John stated. “It’s a magical spot that’s the dwelling for a lot of totally different species of wildlife.”
Newton-John, 70, has planted greater than 10,000 bushes throughout the property, and stated she’s hoping a fellow nature-lover will respect the property.
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The present asking value is $5.5 million Australian, or $three.9 million, based on Mansion World.