The former Miss Universe has reportedly listed her home so they can move closer to her family.
The four-level resort-style property, called Casa Paloma, was designed by acclaimed architect Koichi Takada and features a home theatre, study and gym.
Take a tour around the mansion...
The kitchen showcases an expanse of luxe Calacutta marble and a mirrored splashback with an adjoining butler's kitchen.
First living area
The living area extends out onto the deck, providing seamless indoor-outdoor living and sumptuous views over Pittwater and Scotland Island. The sandstone wall makes a grand design statement, and is decorated with a woven decoration as a focal point of interest. The sofas and coffee tables are anchored with two layers of natural-toned rugs, adding a textural dimension to the space.
Second living area
A second living area features an expansive light grey sofa centred around a glass coffee table. A hanging woven chair provides a comfy perch to enjoy the views.
Outdoor entertainment area
The alfresco area features an outdoor bar, kitchen and pizza oven.
One of five bedrooms, the main bedroom is decorated in neutral tones with an American oak timber wall panel behind the bed.
Lined in marble with an expanse of mirrors, the bathroom is the epitome of a luxury-style spa.
The dining room features a temperature-controlled 600 bottle wine cellar.
300 square metres of lawn leads to a private beach on Pittwater, complete with a boat house.
The four-storey home is an architectural statement of concrete, sandstone and glass.
The retreat-style pool area features a sunken lounge and an infinity pool.
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