Lisa Curry’s house: Inside her sprawling Queensland home and wellness retreat

Lisa Curry's house: Inside her sprawling Queensland home and wellness retreat


Meanwhile, Lisa’s Instagram is littered with snaps of her and Mark looking loved-up in the lush outdoor spaces around the property, and spending time with their grandkids inside the main home.

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New photos have given fans unprecedented access to the three bedroom, two bathroom family home, showing off a few unique touches that were definitely inspired by Lisa’s own style.

Pictures taken from the property listing on the Domain website show Lisa and Mark’s kitchen is decked out with matching pink Smeg appliances, including a fridge, toaster, kettle and more.



There’s even more pink littered throughout the house, a design choice which some potential buyers may find a little divisive. You either love it, or you hate it.

Elsewhere there’s plenty of coastal touches, like a framed palm tree artwork in the living area and a woven chair that houses an acoustic guitar.

Outside there’s a huge pool complete with a tropical cabana, a fully decked-out gym and an outdoor amphitheatre for all your entertaining needs.

Back inside, the bedrooms look cosy, with plenty of homey details and family photo collages hung on the walls and a cute kombi artwork in one bedroom – which looks awfully similar to one parked in the driveway.



A shot of the property’s large garages shows a hot pink kombi parked in the background, while an aerial shot has the blue Cadillac Mark gifted Lisa parked on the grass nearby.

The couple’s romance is front and centre in a shot of one of the property’s other residences, where a propped up wooden heart bears the message “Mark [hearts] Lisa”.

One of the more unique outdoor features is a fully equipped bar that appears to be built out of the carcass of a rusted blue ute.

Though there’s currently no price listed for the home, which was actually a horse property before Lisa and Mark transformed it into what it is today, offers are expected in the millions.



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