INXS guitarist Tim Farriss and his wife Beth are upsizing on the Northern Beaches, having sold their longtime Kangaroo Valley weekender and apartment in Fairlight.
The couple, who pocketed $6.07 million from the two sales, have now spent $3.9 million on a Narrabeen lakefront abode.
The late 1930s five bedroom weatherboard, transformed in recent years, is one of few that has a north-to-rear lake frontage. The living room and dining area open to a lakeside deck.
It sold, with approval for a pool in the 880sqm grounds, through Cherie Humel and Garry Greco from Clarke & Humel Property.
The purchase is the second highest house sale in the suburb in 2020, only behind a grand Malcolm St home that fetched $4.27 million last month.
The band recorded more than 200 songs since its inception in 1977.
There are whisper quiet plans by impresario Michael Cassel and longtime INXS manager Chris Murphy for a stage production with a story inspired around the band’s music, similar to Queen’s We Will Rock You and Abba’s Mamma Mia.
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