Olivia Newton-John has sold her longtime rural retreat in Australia, and according to pictures, the place was beautiful.

Variety reports that the country-pop singer and actress, who was born in Australia, purchased the rural retreat near Dalwood on the eastern coast of Australia in the 1980s. The lushly green and wooded estate spreads across seven lots totaling 187 very scenic, very private acres.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom main house resembles an Old World French farmhouse, with pine floors, hand-cut beams across the ceiling and stone archways. The walls of the entrance hall are embedded with stones and shells collected from the beach nearby, and the living room features an oversized fireplace with a wood-burning stove insert, as well as arched windows that run floor to ceiling.

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The kitchen is completely modernized, but still homey, and features a walk-in pantry. The master suite includes a master bathroom with a clawfoot soaking tub for two, and the suite opens up onto a private patio with spectacular views.

The property also includes a one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest house, as well as covered porches, stone terraces and more lavish outdoor amenities.

Newton-John, who is currently fighting Stage 4 cancer, listed the house with Jillian McGrath of the McGrath brokerage for $5.5 million. According to the listing, it has since sold, with the details of the sale undisclosed.

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