& # 39; It has been extremely tested! & # 39; Guy Sebastian of The Voice reveals that it was difficult to build $ 3.1 million in Sydney at home and admits that & # 39; windowless & # 39; design & # 39; free outside the door & # 39; is
Guy Sebastian has come under fire from his neighbors during the construction of his dream house in Maroubra, Sydney.
But The Voice's coach insists that he enjoyed getting his $ 3.1 million home together, despite the fact that the construction process is sometimes & # 39; extremely heavy & # 39; used to be.
Guy asked Who magazine he is & # 39; obsessed & # 39; with design in a new interview and confessed that even he thinks his unique & # 39; windowless & # 39; property & # 39; free outside the door & # 39; is.
Challenging: the voice coach Guy Sebastian has admitted to building his $ 3.1 million family home in Maroubra, Sydney is sometimes & # 39; extremely tested & # 39;
When he was questioned about the way the building process was in his house, Guy admitted: & oh my god, building in Sydney has tested a lot. & # 39;
The former winner of the Australian Idol has endured a long construction period and has explained that the design of his house went much smoother.
& # 39; It's a unique design – free outside, & # 39; he said. & # 39; We have chosen all the furniture, I have found it all. That side was easy. & # 39;
Unusual: the singer Battle Scars admits that the design of his house & # 39; free outside & # 39; – it became a & # 39; window without walls & # 39; named thanks to the monolithic facade at the front
& # 39; As for actual construction, it is … I think there will be something that will shake up the construction industry, & # 39; he suggested.
Guy hinted that the building took much longer than he had previously expected and that the renovation costs had risen considerably during the construction process.
Although it sounds like the money is well spent, as Guy explained that he has a love for design and interiors and that he has been quite hands-on in doing his house.
Problematic: Guy hinted that the building lasted much longer than he initially expected and that the renovation costs had risen considerably during the construction process
However, the singer of Battle Scars had to deal with the impact of his neighbors, because a local opponent had objected to his own development.
In November, Guy threw at the unknown man during a radio interview, after his construction was described as a & # 39; nightmare & # 39; for the residents.
& # 39; They say they & # 39; the little man & # 39; but they live in a house of $ 2 million or something. He's not the guy, he's the angry guy! & # 39; Guy asked Hit105.
Not impressed: the singer also faced opposition from neighbors who had objected to his own development, with a Daily Mail Australia they were considering moving because of the structure
The neighbors of the star in Maroubra would be furious about what they are & # 39; demolition nightmare & # 39; called.
A local told Daily Mail Australia last year that they are considering moving because of the construction.
Guy, his wife Jules Sebastian and their children, sons Hudson, seven, and Archer, five, moved to their home in Maroubra a few months ago.
Family house: Guy, his wife Jules Sebastian and their children, sons Hudson, seven and Archer, five, moved to their home in Maroubra a few months ago (pictured: Guy and Jules together)
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