It’s a townhouse on its own title, with three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a garage, and it’s about 1km from the beach in Bayside.
It’s 18 years old, so I don’t need to do anything to it.
But over the next two years, I’ll enjoy facelifting it internally.
(My partner) Mark is moving in with me.
We’re moving out of his one-bedroom apartment and all my stuff’s been in storage, so we have to just have to figure out what’s coming.
Having space, and being able to have people over for dinner instead of scabbing on everybody else because we don’t have the space, will be nice.
We’ll have a great outdoor area, so we’ll be able to have barbecues in summer.
It will also be great to have an office rather than working from the dining room table if, God forbid, we have another lockdown.
I got really obsessed with (US reality show) Selling Sunset and some of those houses are incredible.
But for me, it would be a mix of having a house among the trees but also by the water – and also a house that is ridiculously excessive with all the modern technology, so you can tell Siri to do anything.
You don’t have to worry about cleaning, cooking, any of that.
You just get to live among nature and have the water on your doorstep.
I love Australia, and I think it’s more likely that occur somewhere in Australia, so I’m more than happy to stay in our beautiful country.
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