Grammy award winning singer and actress Olivia Newton-John has put her 187-acre farm and its French Country-style home on the market for offers in excess of $5.5 million AUD ($5.8 million NZD).
Newton-John, who recently revealed she's battling cancer for the third time, bought the property in the early 80s after she shot to superstardom in Grease.
It became a sanctuary for her - a place to relax and retreat. These days, however, the 70-year-old lives in Florida with her husband John Easterling and no longer uses the farm as her Australian base, preferring instead to stay nearby at the Gaia Retreat and Day Spa which she co-owns.
Located 40 minutes from Byron Bay and adjoining the Victoria Park Nature Reserve National Park, the extensive property boasts panoramic views, a rainforest with a natural waterfall, two dams, as well as creak running through it and a pond with its own dock. Newton-John has bolstered the landscape by planting 5,000 additional trees over the years
The main house, renovated in 2002 in the French rustic style and perched high on a hill to take in the views, has three bedrooms and two bathrooms with guest quarters attached. There is a tennis court, a two-car garage as well as multiple outdoor porches and terraces.
The property is being marketed by Newton-John's longtime friend Jillian McGrath of McGrath Estate Agents.
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