Cassandra Thorburn recently celebrated “a new chapter” after she announced the sale of her $8 million waterfront mansion on Tuesday, now the mother-of-three has shared a rare glimpse inside the five-bedroom home she previously bought with ex-husband Karl Stefanovic, just months before they separated.
Appearing in a segment on Studio 10 on Wednesday, Cassandra showed off her beautiful home to fellow panelist Denise Drysdale, which features “the world’s biggest laundry”, a lift, a bar with it’s own teppanyaki plate, an open kitchen and a balcony with spectacular views.
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The former Dancing With The Stars contestant looked completely at ease as she took Denise on a tour of her house starting with her favourite room, the bathroom.
“Denise this is my favourite room, which sounds really silly because it’s just a toilet,” she said. “I love it, I love this room.”
She then showed the beloved host the laundry, which she dubbed “the world’s biggest laundry”, before the duo took a lift to the bar downstairs.
The next scene saw Cassandra and Denise cooking up a storm in the stunning kitchen, before the pair enjoyed a lovely lunch on the balcony overlooking the water.
A day earlier, the former journalist confirmed on social media she had sold her five-bedroom house. She captioned the Instagram post: “SOLD! Thank you Piers! A new chapter awaits.”
According to a report in Domain, the three-level property, located on Sydney’s North Shore, sold for a whopping $9 million. Cassandra and Karl originally bought the waterfront mansion, which also features an indoor swimming pool, steam room and wine cellar, for $8 million in June 2016 before their marriage collapsed a few months later.
While she and Karl have been separated since 2016, last year her former husband married his new partner Jasmine Yarbrough in Mexico.
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