Ricki-Lee Coulter postpones auction of Sydney’s Northern Beaches home, lowering price to $2.45 million
Ricki-Lee Coulter and her husband, manager Richard Harrison, have postponed the auction of their beautiful home in Sydney’s Northern Beaches.
The 37-year-old singer has also slashed the price of the two-storey, four-bedroom property $2.5 million to $2.45 million, The Sunday Telegraph reports.
The couple plan to move closer to Sydney’s CBD after more than a year of splitting their time between the beachfront home and the city lights.
Surrounded by lush greenery, the 625-square-foot beauty snagged the 1990s gem for a cool $1.1 million and has undergone some major makeovers under their watch.
The home features a crisp white coastal exterior, chic wraparound terrace and floor-to-ceiling glass that exudes light and luxury.
Ricki-Lee Coulter (pictured) and her husband, manager Richard Harrison, have postponed the auction of their beautiful home in Sydney’s Northern Beaches.
The 37-year-old singer has also reduced the price of the two-storey, four-bedroom property from $2.5 million to $2.45 million, The Sunday Telegraph reports.
The kitchen has a faceliftwith elegant Caeserstone worktops.
Ricki-Lee and her husband have been together for 14 years.
The singer has previously revealed how her difficult early childhood is behind her decision not to have children with Richard.
Ricki-Lee and Richard (right) bought the lavish two-storey, four-bedroom, three-bathroom property in 2014, a year before they married
‘Neither of us want children. “I don’t know if it’s my experience as a kid, but I know how crazy my life is and how it’s all over the place, and you have to be selfish to do what I do,” she explained.
“I have so much respect for people who actually do it, but I wouldn’t want a child to go through what I went through.”
The duo purchased their two-level tropical paradise in 2014