Olivia Newton-John has listed her 187-acre property in the town of Dalwood in New South Wales, Australia, for $3.9 million. She bought the land in the 1980s, according to Top Ten Deals, and rebuilt the house in the early 2000s. The property is listed with local agent Jillian McGrath of the McGrath Group.
Newton-John rose to international stardom as the female lead in the musical “Grease” in 1978, but also had several No. 1 music singles, including “Let’s Get Physical” and “I Honestly Love You,” while selling more than 100 million albums. She won four Grammys and starred in other films such as “Xanadu” and “Two Of a Kind.”
The property consists of eight lots, one of which has the three-bedroom, two-bathroom main house and a self-contained one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest suite. Built in a French country style with a terracotta-colored exterior and rustic interiors, the home has several large clerestory windows, stone arches, wraparound terraces and pine floors in every room.
Also on the property is a healthy rain forest with natural waterfall, two dams, a creek and large bird populations. The land borders a national park called Victoria Park Nature Reserve, which adds to the privacy of its secluded location.
The entrance to the home has shells from the local beach embedded in the walls.
The land has more than 10,000 trees, many of which have been planted in the four decades since Newton-John became the owner.
A tennis court, two-car garage and pond with dock also come with the property.
Newton-John has also listed her 12-acre horse ranch in California’s Santa Ynez Valley for $5.4 million, the Los Angeles Times reported.