Mystery surrounds Julia Roberts’ $ 56.9 million Sydney mansion
Mystery surrounds Julia Roberts’ $ 56.9million mansion in Sydney, as only a handful of very wealthy tenants know what it actually looks like inside
Julia Roberts completed her mandatory 14-day quarantine at one of Sydney’s most exclusive properties, valued at an estimated $ 56.9 million.
The Hollywood actress arrived in Australia just over a week ago to start filming the romantic comedy Ticket to Paradise in Queensland with George Clooney.
Julia, 54, is in quarantine in a luxury mansion on the edge of the port in Bas Vaucluse, but it turns out the property is shrouded in mystery.
Mysterious mansion: Hollywood actress Julia Roberts is in quarantine at this luxury mansion on the edge of lower Vaucluse harbor, but the property turns out to be shrouded in mystery
According to the property records obtained by real estate.com.au, the four-bedroom home has only traded hands once in 40 years.
It was originally purchased in 1981 for $ 2.185 million by an undisclosed buyer and was later purchased by the late businessman David Coe in 1997 for $ 14.637 million.
Coe was the President and CEO of Allco Finance Group.
Upcoming movie: Julia, 54, arrived in Australia just over a week ago to start filming the romantic comedy Ticket to Paradise in Queensland with George Clooney. Photographed in 2019
He died of a heart attack while skiing in Aspen, Colorado in 2013.
The mansion has not been sold since then, giving it a sense of mystery as no photos of the interiors have been posted in real estate listings since 1997.
By current real estate market standards, the house could be worth even more than its current estimated price of $ 56.9 million, depending on interior specs.
History: The mansion has not been sold since 1997, giving it a sense of mystery as no photos of the interiors have been posted in the property listings since then
The mansion that Julia rents could cost tenants over $ 20,000 per week.
The residence is on a street that has been home to some of Australia’s most famous celebrities and businessmen and overseas.
In 2011, actor Leonardo DiCaprio stayed at a luxury property directly across from Julia’s rental when he was in Sydney filming. The Great Gatsby by Baz Luhrmann.
He is believed to have spent $ 15,000 per week living there.
Street of Stars: The mansion Julia rents is on a street that has been home to some of the most famous celebrities and businessmen in Australia and beyond
Other notable names who live in the area include Harry Triguboff, Sydney’s richest resident and Australia’s third richest billionaire.
The 87-year-old boss of Meriton has owned a private mansion in the Vaucluse since 1983.
Menulog founder Leon Kamenev bought four adjacent blocks for almost $ 80 million in 2016.
Pub baron Justin Hemmes also owns a luxury harborfront home.
Businessman James Packer previously lived in the area before selling his mansion, known as La Mer, in 2015 for $ 70 million.
Inside La Mer: Businessman James Packer previously lived in the area before selling his mansion, known as La Mer, in 2015 for $ 70 million