PHOTO: Pete Evans and his wife Nicola Robinson
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
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