Natalie Imbruglia’s idyllic six-bedroom former home on a private island in the Thames is on the market for a cool £2.9million
Natalie Imbruglia’s idyllic former home, located on a private island in the Thames, has gone on the market for £2.9 million.
The Australian singer, 48, first bought the six-bedroom riverfront property called Spanish House in 2000 and named her 2001 album White Lilies Island after the private island on which it sits.
But 23 years later, the stunning abode is up for sale for just under £3 million, and the property will no doubt be snapped up very soon.
The home sits on 1/2 acre property in Windsor, Berkshire and features a beautiful indoor pool and two boat moorings.
It features a spiral staircase and the living room has an impressive gold ceiling and is decorated with stylish furniture and soft furnishings.
The big move: Natalie Imbruglia’s idyllic former home, set on a private island in the Thames, has gone on the market for £2.9 million
Wow: The Australian singer, 48, first bought the six-bedroom riverside property – named Spanish House – in 2000
The house is part of a very small community as the island, which is actually a peninsula, is home to only five sprawling waterfront properties.
Natalie, who jump-started her career on Australian soap opera Neighbors in the 1990s, has lived in Britain for most of her adult life, even gaining British citizenship in 2013.
Speaking about her love of the country to the Daily Mail’s events magazine in 2005, she said: ‘I’ve taken the test, which involves learning an awful lot about English history and politics, and I can answer any question about the suffragette. response motion.
‘I pledged my allegiance to the Queen and when I got my British passport I had a party to celebrate. It was important to me to do it and I was determined because I love this country.
‘I’m still an Aussie girl, but Britain is part of who I am. Britain has been good to me – I have roots and history here and lots of good friends.’
Outside of her country residence, the Australian stunner also owned a property in London’s Notting Hill.
Despite her love of Britain, Natalie spent $1.3 million in 2016 on a three-bedroom home on a two-acre lot in Byron Bay’s Coorabell hinterland.
The picturesque house offers a beautiful view of the ocean and is surrounded by lush vegetation.
Tribute: Natalie named her 2001 album White Lilies Island after the private island it is located on
Fresh start: 23 years after buying the house, the stunning residence is on the market for just under £3 million, and the property will no doubt be bought up very soon
The Great British Countryside: The house sits on 0.75 acres in Windsor, Berkshire
Impressive: The former home of the singer has a beautiful indoor swimming pool and two boat moorings
Natalie’s home news comes after she stormed the stage again on Saturday during a performance at Britain’s Victorious Festival.
The Australian singer seemed to be in her element as she performed on stage with a live band, energizing the crowd.
The star released some of her hits, including Torn, and other songs from her hit album Left Of The Middle.
Natalie kept her look glamorous by donning a graphic babydoll dress for the occasion.
Fancy: it features a spiral staircase, while the living room boasts an impressive gold ceiling and is decorated with stylish furniture and soft furnishings
Private: The house is part of a very small community as the island, which is actually a peninsula, is home to only five sprawling waterfront properties
Home: Natalie, who jump-started her career on the Australian soap opera Neighbors in the 1990s, has lived in Britain for most of her adult life and was even granted British citizenship in 2013
Natalie revealed she was planning to release new music when speaking to Good Morning Britain at the end of May.
Natalie, best known for the 1997 hit Torn, said she is working on a live version of her debut album, Left of the Middle.
“Last year was 25 years since Left of the Middle, my first album, and we’re going to release an EP or live album, we haven’t decided yet,” she said.