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WWE ICON is selling a MASSIVE mansion in Australia

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, a name synonymous with WWE and Hollywood, has made headlines once again.

This time, it’s not for a blockbuster movie or a wrestling match, but for putting his luxurious Australian mansion on the market.

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The Rock’s WWE Australian Connection

The Rock’s association with Australia isn’t just limited to his property. He has spent considerable time in the country, filming various projects.

However, despite his ties, he doesn’t frequent the land Down Under as much as one might think. This might be one of the reasons he’s decided to part ways with his Australian abode.

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A Mansion Worth Every Penny

The Rock’s Australian property, known as Te Moana, is nothing short of a masterpiece. Located at 249-255 Monaco Street, this residence has not only been The Rock’s retreat but also served as a backdrop for his movie, San Andreas, which hit the screens in 2015.

The property, which spans a vast 3296 square meters, was last traded in August 2020 for a whopping $12.5 million, according to a report from Real

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A Benchmark in Luxury for a WWE Superstar

Te Moana is in the league of prime riverfront estates. To give you a perspective, a property of similar stature recently fetched a staggering $24 million at an auction.

This sets a high benchmark for potential buyers interested in The Rock’s mansion. The house exudes grandeur and sophistication, and while the exact price remains undisclosed, it’s evident that the property is in the same bracket as some of the most luxurious estates in Australia.

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Architectural Marvel with a Touch of Hollywood

The mansion, presented by Rebecca Moffrey of Ray White Burleigh Group, is a testament to Australia’s architectural brilliance.

Both Te Moana and another resort-inspired property boast 42 meters of coveted water frontage. They stand as perfect examples of the architectural prowess of their times and have even been settings for The Rock’s movies.

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