Disgraceful celebrity chef Pete Evans made a significant profit after selling Northern Tableland’s assets for $ 3.15 million.
Controversial famous chef Pete Evans NSW A whopping $ 3.15 million Northern Tablelands real estate.
according to The Sunday Telegraph, A former My Kitchen Rules judge quietly sold a 10-hectare Round Maintenance home.
Pete, 48, made a significant profit from the sale after buying real estate for $ 1.12 million in 2014 and was listed for rent last year for $ 900 a week.
Cash in! Controversial celebrity chef Pete Evans, 48, sold his 10-hectare Tweedshire property for $ 3.15 million. Drawn in February 2021
According to property records, the sale included three separate living areas. A three-bedroom dwelling, a three-bedroom remodeled barn, and a two-bedroom remodeled hut.
The main building has two bedrooms and a living room, as well as tiled floors, stained glass cupboards and a wooden kitchen with an island.
The spacious living area faces the backyard and has ample space for entertainment.
Vast: Pete, 48, made a significant profit from the sale after buying real estate for $ 1.12 million in 2014 and was listed for rent last year for $ 900 a week.
The house also features a spacious outdoor recreation area leading to the property’s three dams.
The American-style barn has been converted into three bedrooms and features a large open space for chairs and tables, offering spectacular panoramic views of the property.
It was after Pete and his wife Nicola Robinson bought 72 hectares of “super-private” land in Byrrill Creek.
Vast: It comes after Pete and his wife snapped Mount Warning Forest Hideaway. This is a popular tourism venture of $ 100 per night for $ 1.75 million.
The property is sold as having a “fully sustainable life” and features a farm with water tanks and solar panels.
The property boasts vast mountain views, crystal clear streams, private swimming halls and spectacular waterfalls.
The land has a three-bedroom house and eight self-catering studio apartments.
Banned from Facebook and Instagram for spreading dangerous false alarms about vaccines and COVID-19, Pete previously talked about plans to establish his own health retreat.
Prior to being banished from Facebook, Pete announced that he and his wife Nicola wanted to offer a “fully immersive weekend and weeks” hideaway, including organic cooking, breathing and meditation. did.
Vast: 72 hectares of “ultra-private” land in Barril Creek was sold as having a “fully sustainable life” and equipped with a farm with water tanks and solar panels.
The proposed $ 39 million commune backed by anti-vaxxer was knocked back by the regional planning panel in August.
The nightcap developed by Minjung Baru was to own 392 homes over 21 plots on 1584.34 hectares of land in Mount Burrell, Tweedshire, northern New South Wales.
However, it was rejected by the Northern Regional Planning Commission.
Reasons for refusal included proposed land reclamation, over-dwelling, wildlife impact, and “insufficient information” in the application with an estimated $ 27 million cost impact.
Rejection: The proposed $ 39 million commune backed by anti-vaxxer was knocked back by the regional planning panel in August.
Pete Evans sold his 10 hectares of Northern Tableland assets for $ 3.15 million
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