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Guy Sebastian gives rare look into “special” monochromatic mansion

Guy Sebastian gives rare look into “special” monochromatic mansion

Australian pop star Guy Sebastian and his wife Jules have given fans a rare insight into their ultra-modern monochromatic home during the strict quarantine measures. 

As the pair continue to self-isolate with their two children during the COVID-19 pandemic, they have taken to social media to share pictures of their unbelievable $3.1 million Maroubra mansion. 

The property was once described as a “fortress” by angry neighbours and features a tennis court, lush grand piano and a nine-metre high spiral staircase. 

Guy and Jules chose a simple monochrome palette for their interior design, and features concrete walls and black and white features throughout.

Jules also recently took to social media to give an update on her life, and in that time shared what her bathroom (that she shares with Guy) looks like. 

The mother-of-two revealed in another clip that she had managed to finish renovating her children's bedrooms before coronavirus was declared a pandemic. 

The Sebastians share two children, Hudson James, eight, and Archer Jones, five.

Guy purchased the home in 2013, and then spent two-and-a-half years renovating it. He finally moved in with his family in June 2019.

Disgruntled neighbours have made complaints in the past about the loud development, with many describing the home as a “fortress” because of its monolithic facade. 

In December, Guy defended the extensive renovation, telling KIIS FM: “It’s a long build, but it's a pretty special house. It's not normal. It's not a cookie-cutter house. It's cool.”