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Kyle Sandilands and Tegan Kynaston buy $13.8million Bellevue Hill mansion

Inside Kyle Sandilands and Tegan Kynaston’s ‘forever home’: Radio host and his fiancée spend $13.8million on a four-storey mansion in Bellevue Hill ahead of the birth of their first child

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Radio presenter Kyle Sandilands has bought a sprawling mansion in the exclusive Sydney suburb of Bellevue Hill for $13.8million.

Spanning four levels and boasting harbour views, the home will be the perfect place for Sandilands, 51, and his pregnant fiancée Tegan Kynaston to raise their first child.

Kynaston, 36, a communications executive, is due to welcome a son, named Otto, in August.

Forever home: Radio presenter Kyle Sandilands (left, with his fiancée Tegan Kynaston) has bought a sprawling mansion in the exclusive Sydney suburb of Bellevue Hill for $13.8million 

Their Bellevue Hill home has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a two-car garage, as well as outdoor entertaining areas and a plunge pool.

The property features a white marble kitchen, hardwood floors and high ceilings.

There is also a spacious wine cellar and elevator access to all four levels.

Sandilands revealed on air on Wednesday he was soundproofing his baby’s nursery so he won’t have to put up with the child crying when he arrives.

Mansion: Spanning four levels and boasting harbour views, the home will be the perfect place for Sandilands, 51, and Kynaston, 36, to raise their first child

Mansion: Spanning four levels and boasting harbour views, the home will be the perfect place for Sandilands, 51, and Kynaston, 36, to raise their first child

Lavish: Their Bellevue Hill home has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a two-car garage, as well as outdoor entertaining areas and a plunge pool (pictured)

Lavish: Their Bellevue Hill home has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a two-car garage, as well as outdoor entertaining areas and a plunge pool (pictured)

Wow! The property features a marble kitchen, hardwood floors (as seen here) and high ceilings

Wow! The property features a marble kitchen, hardwood floors (as seen here) and high ceilings

Fit for a radio king! There is also a spacious wine cellar and elevator access to all four levels

Fit for a radio king! There is also a spacious wine cellar and elevator access to all four levels

Abundance: The living areas are filled with natural light

Abundance: The living areas are filled with natural light

‘I’m getting the soundproof doors installed next week,’ he said, adding: ‘That’s for the baby’s room, so I don’t have to hear that awful crying.’

His co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson, who has a daughter of her own, was shocked by Sandilands’ plans, and told him: ‘Oh, my God. Are you for real? You can’t do that!’

‘Yeah! You can do whatever you want,’ he responded.

Henderson said it was important to be able to hear the child crying because ‘when they are crying, it means they’re hungry or there’s something wrong’.

To each their own: Sandilands revealed on air on Wednesday he was soundproofing his baby's nursery so he won't have to put up with the child crying when he arrives. His co-host Jackie 'O' Henderson (right), who has a daughter of her own, was shocked by these plans

To each their own: Sandilands revealed on air on Wednesday he was soundproofing his baby’s nursery so he won’t have to put up with the child crying when he arrives. His co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson (right), who has a daughter of her own, was shocked by these plans

Sandilands wasn’t concerned, saying his live-in nanny will deal with any problems.

‘That’s the nanny’s job. The nanny needs to hear the baby crying,’ he said. ‘Me don’t need to hear no cry-cry.’

Sandilands and Kynaston, who began dating in 2019, announced in February they were expecting their first child together.

The KIIS FM host later revealed they had chosen the name Otto for their unborn son.

Last month, the couple surprised Henderson on air by asking her to be their baby’s godmother, which she happily accepted.

On the move: Removalists carried furniture into the house last month, including a baby's crib

On the move: Removalists carried furniture into the house last month, including a baby’s crib

Golden touch: They carried this golden table upside down as they moved items into the home

Golden touch: They carried this golden table upside down as they moved items into the home

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