Radio host Ray Hadley puts his sprawling estate with five bedrooms and TWO swimming pools on the market for $7million a month before his wedding
- Mansion in Dural, in Sydney’s north-west, expected to fetch at least $7million
- Property boasts five bedrooms, two pools and can comfortably house ten cars
- Radio identity Ray Hadley due to wed former secretary Sophie Baird next month
- This will be Hadley’s third wedding, with previous wives Anne-Marie & Suzanne
Radio shock jock Ray Hadley is selling his sprawling $7million mansion which features two swimming pools, five bedrooms and ten car spaces.
The long standing 2GB morning host is downgrading from his two-hectare property in Dural, north-west Sydney, ahead of his wedding to former secretary Sophie Baird.
Hadley and Baird will move into a four-bedroom townhouse in the nearby Hills District following their nuptials in March.
The two hectare block in Dural (pictured above) should fetch at least $7million on the market
The modern kitchen (pictured above) will have the new owners the envy of their family and friends
The entertainment room (pictured above) is a throwback to majestic earlier times
The 65-year-old has called the property home since the 1990s, but it wasn’t until 2006 that he asked Denton Homes to transform the 1115sqm homestead into to the vast multi-million-dollar abode it is today.
Hadley hopes to net more than $7million, with other acreages in the Hills District selling in the mid $8million range.
Peter Collusso, from LJ Hooker Dural, said among the many selling points of the property is the close proximity to Castle Towers shopping centre as well as the Sydney Metro.
‘This is a rare opportunity to secure an unrivalled acreage in Dural’s blue ribbon precinct,’ he told The Australian.
‘I am expecting strong interest from multi-generational families.’
The property also features an adjoining farmhouse which dates back to 1919.
The property boasts a magnificent garden (pictured above) as well as an old school adjoining farmhouse
The estate has two swimming pools, including one with a cascading water feature, and has a four-car garage and a barn built to store six more vehicles.
Hadley, who is showing no signs of retiring from the airwaves, divides his time between Sydney and the Gold Coast, where has owned an apartment at Main Beach since 2004.
Before getting his start on Sydney radio in the 1980s, Hadley was a taxi driver.
He proposed to Ms Baird in 2019 as he left home to call the NRL Grand Final between the Sydney Roosters and Canberra Raiders.
But the couple had to postpone their big day four times last year due to Covid-19.
This will also be the third time Hadley has exchanged marriage vows, after two previous wives – Anne-Marie and Suzanne.
The happy couple – Sophie Baird and Sydney shock jock Ray Hadley (pictured right)