Delta Goodrem has finally found her bolthole back in her home town — for a cool $4.825 million.
The seventh floor apartment is in one of Sydney’s most stylish strata apartment blocks, The Residence set overlooking Hyde Park.
She’d been inspecting flats for almost a year since selling her Hollywood Hills home, and quietly bought off market last week.
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Goodrem has park views from a two-bedroom, two-bathroom Darlinghurst abode which has 180 sqm of internal space along with two balconies. The complex includes a communal wine storage, as well as a 20m lap pool, gym, spa, sauna, steam room and 24-hour concierge.
She’ll be back later this year on Channel 9 for the eighth season of The Voice Australia.
Goodrem previously rented in the Elan, at Kings Cross during Voice filming.
She bought the College St apartment from Laing Real Estate agent Anthony Birdsall.
Birdsall and his retailer partner David Wade paid $2.35 million off the plan in 2008.
Since its completion in 2011, the 87 apartments in the AMP, CBUS-built complex designed by architects Scott Carver and Marc Seifert has attracted serious business types, rather than celebrities.
The landmark block is called home by the likes of former Fairfax chief Greg Hywood, the former chief executive of McDonald’s Australia Stephen Jermyn and the Bell Financial Group chief Alastair Provan.
The apartments sits above the popular Chinese barbecue restaurant Madame Shanghai, at which Delta Goodrem celebrated Boy George’s birthday in 2017.
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There could likely be another big name moving in upstairs as well, with the two-level penthouse, completely with its own private rooftop level swimming pool, also on the market for $26 million.
Delta signed on the dotted line during her recent visit to Australia, where she holidayed with her rock musician partner Matthew Copley in Byron Bay.
The 34 year old performer previously owned in the Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf where she sold in 2014 when moving stateside.