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Pete Evans sells his 10 hectare Northern Tablelands property for $3.15million – Daily Mail

Disgraced celebrity chef Pete Evans sells his 10 hectare Northern Tablelands property for $3.15million



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Controversial celebrity chef Pete Evans has sold his NSW Northern Tablelands estate for a whopping $3.15 million. 

According to The Sunday Telegraph, the former My Kitchen Rules judge has quietly sold his 10-hectare Round Maintain residence.

Pete, 48, pocketed a considerable profit from the sale after he purchased the property for $1.12 million in 2014, and listed it for rent for $900 a week last year.

Cashing in! Controversial celebrity chef Pete Evans, 48, (pictured) has sold his 10 hectare Tweed Shire property for $3.15million. Pictured in February 2021

According to property records, the sale included three separate living areas- a three-bedroom residence, a converted barn with three bedrooms, and …….

Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-10325345/Pete-Evans-sells-10-hectare-Northern-Tablelands-property-3-15million.html

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