David and Candice Warner

David and Candice Warner’s $4million five-level mansion is taking shape

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David and Candice Warner bought their Maroubra property way back in 2016.

And the sporting power couple’s dream mansion is finally starting to take shape, based on photos obtained by Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday.

David and Candice Warner’s Maroubra construction site still lies in ruins…

The new aerial images reveal the features of the five-level, ocean front, luxury home, which appears to be nearing completion.

Slowly: David and Candice Warner bought their Maroubra property way back in 2016. And the sporting power couple's dream mansion is finally starting to take shape, based on photos obtained by Daily Mail Australia this week

Slowly: David and Candice Warner bought their Maroubra property way back in 2016. And the sporting power couple’s dream mansion is finally starting to take shape, based on photos obtained by Daily Mail Australia this week

The images reveal new additions to the home, which cost David and Candice $4million for the land alone.

The house appears to be constructed using contemporary concrete, glass and timber finishes.

As well as a new lap pool it will feature water access to the ocean.

Home owners: David and Candice, who married in 2015, are parents to daughters Ivy, seven, Indi, five, and Isla, two. Seen here on Sunday

Home owners: David and Candice, who married in 2015, are parents to daughters Ivy, seven, Indi, five, and Isla, two. Seen here on Sunday

Floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlook the ocean and lead out to extensive entertaining decks.

Other features include solar panels, built-in trampoline, terraced garden and a multi-car garage.

The pair demolished the existing home in 2017, then completed excavation works to prepare the site for a brand new, five-level mansion complete with a gym and pool.

The images reveal new additions to the home, which cost David and Candice $4 million for the land alone. Pictured on Tuesday

Getting there: The new aerial images reveal the features of the five-level, ocean front, luxury home, which appears to be nearing completion The house pictured in 2020 (left) and this week 

The construction on the $4million block of land was originally estimated to cost the couple a further $4.2million to develop – however it appears that budget has now been blown out.

A Development Application to Randwick council was lodged in February 2020, which requested amendments to the original plans.

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