Disgraced celebrity chef Pete Evans sells his 10 hectare Northern Tablelands property for $3.15million
Controversial celebrity chef Pete Evans has sold his NSW Northern Tablelands estate for a whopping $3.15 million.
According to The Sunday Telegraph, the former My Kitchen Rules judge has quietly sold his 10-hectare Round Maintain residence.
Pete, 48, pocketed a considerable profit from the sale after he purchased the property for $1.12 million in 2014, and listed it for rent for $900 a week last year.
Cashing in! Controversial celebrity chef Pete Evans, 48, (pictured) has sold his 10 hectare Tweed Shire property for $3.15million. Pictured in February 2021
According to property records, the sale included three separate living areas- a three-bedroom residence, a converted barn with three bedrooms, and a converted shed with two bedrooms.
The main residence also boasts two bedrooms and living rooms, as well as a timber kitchen with tiled floors, stained-glass cupboards and an island.
The spacious living area opens to the backyard, and offers plenty of room for entertaining.
Sprawling: Pete, 48, pocketed a considerable profit from the sale after he purchased the property for $1.12 million in 2014, and listed it for rent for $900 a week last year
The house also features a spacious outdoor entertaining area, leading down to three dams on the property.
The American-style barn has been converted to three bedrooms, featuring a wide open space for chairs and tables, offering a spectacular panoramic view of the property.
It comes after Pete and his wife Nicola Robinson bought an ‘ultra private’ 72-hectare holding in Byrrill Creek.
Sprawling: It comes after Pete and his wife has snapped up Mount Warning Forest Hideaway, a popular $100-per-night tourist venture for $1.75million
The estate was marketed as having ‘completely sustainable living’ and features a farm with water tanks and solar panels.
The property boasts sweeping mountain views, crystal clear creeks, private swimming holes and spectacular waterfalls.
The land comes with a three-bedroom home and eight self-contained studio apartments.
Pete, who has been banned from Facebook and Instagram for spreading dangerous misinformation about vaccines and COVID-19, has previously spoken of his plans to set up his own health retreat.
Prior to being banned from Facebook, Pete announced that he and his wife Nicola hope to provide a retreat for ‘fully immersive weekends and weeks including organic cooking, breathwork and meditation’.
Sprawling: The ‘ultra private’ 72-hectare holding in Byrrill Creek was marketed as having ‘completely sustainable living’ and features a farm with water tanks and solar panels
A proposed $39million commune backed by the anti-vaxxer was knocked back by a regional planning panel in August.
The Nightcap on Minjungbal development was to have 392 homes over 21 lots on 1584.34 hectares of land on Mount Burrell in Tweed Shire, in northern NSW.
But it was rejected by the Northern Regional Planning Panel.
The reasons for the rejection included proposed land clearing with an estimated cost impact of $27million, as well as excessive dwellings, impact on wildlife and ‘insufficient information’ in the application.
Rejected: A proposed $39million commune backed by the anti-vaxxer was knocked back by a regional planning panel in August