Kyle Sandilands and Imogen Anthony leave Mosman rental
Shock jock Kyle Sandilands and his long-time partner Imogen Anthony have moved on from their luxury Mosman rental after less than two years at the waterside mansion.
The move comes just months after they hosed down split rumours.
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In July they responded to claims in New Idea magazine that their relationship was over. Anthony posted a photo on Instagram of herself straddling a mask-wearing Kyle on a couch, adding the caption: “You got that odd kinda love that I like.” 8 years, still counting and they are still trying to rock this b**ch, come ON!! Get it together idiots.”
Sandilands, meanwhile, served his rant up on his breakfast radio show Kyle and Jackie O, labelling the magazine “rubbish”.
“Oh no, it’s a terrible day but luckily I have chocolate cake to make it all wash down easier!” he told co-host Jackie O. “I don’t understand why people buy that rubbish. It should be called Fantasy magazine, where it’s just fantasy stories in there.”
Mystery now surrounds where the couple have moved to, but they do own a 61ha farm in the NSW town of Robertson, in the Southern Highlands.
They bought the farm, which is filled with a menagerie of animals including a pig and some camels, in 2018 for $2,982,500.
They have also lived on the upper north shore at St Ives and at Ingleside, on the northern beaches.
The Mosman property, located in one of the suburb’s most exclusive streets, last traded in 2008 for just under $10 million.
When Sandilands took over the rental in 2017, it had been listed for lease with a weekly rental of $5000.
The home featured regularly on Anthony’s Instagram, with everything from raunchy nudes to party pics.
The three-level home has amazing harbour views from every floor and multiple formal and casual living spaces.
Other features include a games room with second kitchen, pool, outdoor barbecue area, lush gardens and a three-car garage.
When the property came back on the rental market earlier this month, that asking rent had dropped to $4000 per week.
It didn’t take long to find a potential tenant though, and the agency has reportedly already taken a holding deposit on the listing.
The agent would not comment on the listing or its former celebrity tenant.
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