The decadent “French chateau” used in the first season of The Bachelorette hits the rental market for $6,500 a week
The decadent French-style mansion that was used as a filming location for the first season of The Bachelor Australia is available to rent for $6,500 a week.
Located in Bayview, on Sydney’s remote northern shores, 34 km from the CBD, the three-storey pad has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
The resort-style spread last sold in 2020 for $9.5 million and comes fully furnished, according to reports. The Daily Telegraph.
Set on headland overlooking Mona Vale and Pittwater, the luxuriously appointed home features a swimming pool and tennis court.
Designed as a blend of 19th century elegance and modern luxury, it features stone balconies on every level, offering stunning views of the surrounding bush.
The lavish French-style mansion that was used as a filming location for the first season of The Bachelor Australia is available for rent from $6,500 per week.
The first season of The Bachelor starred Tim Robards and leading lady Anna Heinrich
Set on headland overlooking Mona Vale and Pittwater, the luxuriously appointed home features a swimming pool and tennis court. (Pictured: the view from the pool side)
The lavish bedrooms feature fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathrooms, while the bathrooms feature marble, granite and wood finishes.
Highlights include spacious living areas, including a ballroom-sized entertainment area with a granite fireplace.
There is also a banquet-style dining room, library and games room.
Other features include a gymnasium, spa and sauna with changing rooms.
Pictured: the kitchen with one of the many lounge areas visible in the background
Pictured: one of the gorgeous bedrooms
Meanwhile, other features include an outdoor commercial kitchen, bar, independent studio, and wine cellar.
Named “La Joie De Vivre,” meaning “the joy of life,” Bachelor fans will recognize the iconic painting from its inaugural 2013 season.
That season featured suitor Tim Robards who ultimately chose Anna Heinrich.
The mansion was once home to Clive Thomas, who renovated the house after purchasing it in 2016 for $7.05 million.