Luxury Bayview mansion used for first Bachelor series is on market

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Price: $19,000,000.00
The opulent mansion used for the filming the first Australian series of The Bachelor is looking for yet another happy ending, after coming on to the market again.

The commanding setting has panoramic views over Pittwater to the ocean and the home’s design was inspired by the grand chateaus of the Loire Valley.
Originally built in 1993, La Joie de Vivre is one of the largest on Sydney’s northern beaches, with a whopping floor area of about 1000sqm and an eye-watering list of features, including 4091sqm of private grounds, multiple terraces on all three levels, tennis court with self-contained private studio, heated pool with waterfall and spa, sauna, grand entrance foyer with 24-carat gold filigree balustrades, high ceilings and curved staircase, temperature-controlled wine cellar with tasting area, combined home office, library and games room, gymnasium, commercial granite kitchen with butler’s pantry, and decadent bedrooms with robes/dressing rooms and ensuites.

If you don’t want to walk down to the tennis court you can use the inclinator, and of course there is ducted airconditioning, alarm and security system, six-car garage and giant store room and semicircular driveway with porte cochère.

The study even has a full-sized pool table and lounge area.

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