Grease actress Olivia Newton-John has put her Jupiter Inlet Colony house up for sale this month — for $6.2 million!
The 7,429-square-foot mansion, with view and a dock on the Intracoastal, was just completely renovated, according to Palm Beach County records. But from the photos, it seems to have been barely lived in!
The Australian actress, who also starred in Xanadu, and her then-new husband John Easterling, a Martin County businessman who specialized in the sale of rare medicinal herbs from the Amazon River area, bought the house at 104 Lighthouse Drive in May 2009 for $4.1 million, according to property records.
Easterling’s travels seem to have inspired some of the decorations, which remind observers of a cross between the nearby riverfront restaurant Guanabana’s and a tropical jungle outpost!
Realtors describe the four-bedroom house as Key West-style stuffed with primo features: Hurricane impact resistant glass windows and doors; white metal roof; dramatic vaulted cypress tongue and groove ceilings; natural coral stone flooring; custom driftwood kitchen and bar cabinetry; poured concrete counter-tops; media room; morning bar; spacious viewing deck with spiral stair system; custom steam shower; five air conditioning units; Life Source Water Purification system for entire home; a kayak beach in the backyard with crystal clear water for snorkeling; and a dock for an 80-foot boat.
The famous neighbors, including singer Kid Rock and country star Alan Jackson are including free of charge!