Elton John: Is the music star moving to Australia?

Elton John: Is the music star moving to Australia?

New rumors about Elton John: The singer could be planning a move to Australia. His manager is reportedly house hunting in Sydney.

Is Sir Elton John (76) moving to Australia? Local media report that the 76-year-old is said to have commissioned his team to examine the purchase of a luxury apartment in Sydney. The price could be the equivalent of around 46 million euros.

Elton John was seen looking at a penthouse in the Kurraba Residences in Sydney, which is said to have a spectacular view of the harbor. According to the report, Elton John would have four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 600 square meters in the luxury apartment. The complex also includes a gym, a rooftop garden and a private pool. There is also a sauna and wine cellar, they say.

One less residence for Elton John

Elton John recently parted with another property with a lot of public attention: for thirty years, the British singer used a spacious apartment in Atlanta, Georgia as a residence during his US tours. After completing his big farewell tour last year, he sold the property and also put the furnishings and memorabilia he had accumulated there under the hammer. In a mega auction at the New York auction house Christie’s, some extraordinary highlights were sold for large sums of money.

At the sales event “The Collection of Sir Elton John. Goodbye Peachtree Road”, most of the items sold exceeded the initially estimated value many times over. The musician’s Yamaha grand piano, which was valued at $50,000, ended up fetching around $200,000, and a triptych by the art legend Banksy brought the “Rocket Man” almost two million dollars.

A pair of silver high platform boots with the red letters “E” and “J” on the sides, which were part of Elton John’s stage outfit in the early 1970s, also attracted great interest. They were estimated at $5,000 to $10,000, but then fetched a hefty price of $94,500.

Source: Stern

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