The late George Michael’s villa on Sydney’s northern beaches listed for $15 million sale

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Back in 2010, George Michael, the late British singer known for hits such as Careless Whisper and Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go, toured Australia and fell in love with a cliff-front property at Sydney’s Palm Beach.

According to realestate.com.au, the five-bedroom property on Whale Beach Rd is now up for sale with a buyers guide of $15 million.

The Palm Beach villa on more than 600 square metres of land is on the point at Little Head, between Whale Beach and Palm Beach.

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George Michael. Photo: tonedeaf.thebrag.com

The glass and steel capped pavilions, a series of fluid living spaces and stone flooring to the main living areas, are some of its characteristics.

Known to locals as George Michael’s house, records suggest the singer rented rather than purchased the property.

The star died in 2016 of heart failure aged only 53 after battling drugs and alcohol.

Source: realestate.com.au

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