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Jennifer Hawkins 'buys a $6.95m oceanfront renovation project' on Sydney's northern beaches

Jennifer Hawkins and her husband Jake Wall have reportedly purchased a renovation project in Whale Beach, just weeks after selling their $20million Sydney mansion.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the supermodel, 36, and her property developer husband Jake Wall, 37, purchased the 1950s home in Sydney’s Northern Beaches for $6.95million.

The property, known as Rocca Bella, was previously owned by Dame Joan Sutherland and is the peninsula’s largest oceanfront estate.

New project: Jennifer Hawkins and her husband Jake Wall 'purchased a $6.95m oceanfront renovation project' on Sydney's northern beaches

New project: Jennifer Hawkins and her husband Jake Wall ‘purchased a $6.95m oceanfront renovation project’ on Sydney’s northern beaches

It was listed in 2018 for $8million, but failed to sell and ­returned to the market earlier this year.

The spacious home is set on 3,100sqm of land with expansive ocean and coastal views.

Daily Mail Australia have contacted Jennifer Hawkins for comment.

Ocean views: The property, known as Rocca Bella, was previously owned by Dame Joan Sutherland and is the peninsula's largest oceanfront estate

Ocean views: The property, known as Rocca Bella, was previously owned by Dame Joan Sutherland and is the peninsula’s largest oceanfront estate

Land: The spacious property is set on 3,100sqm of land with expansive ocean and coastal views

Land: The spacious property is set on 3,100sqm of land with expansive ocean and coastal views

In June, Jennifer and Jake finally sold their stunning mansion in Newport, Sydney, six months after listing it on the market. 

Billionaire software tycoon Mike Cannon-Brookes and his wife Annie purchased the mansion for a record $24.5million. 

The four-level waterfront home, located at Newport in Sydney’s exclusive northern beaches, beat the previous record for a house sale in the area set in February by half a million dollars.

On the market: It was listed in 2018 for $8million but failed to sell and ­returned to the market earlier this year

On the market: It was listed in 2018 for $8million but failed to sell and ­returned to the market earlier this year

It's a deal! The couple purchased the 1950s home in Sydney's Northern Beaches for $6.95million

It’s a deal! The couple purchased the 1950s home in Sydney’s Northern Beaches for $6.95million

Jennifer and Jake had listed the palatial home for sale back in November, just weeks after they welcomed their first child, daughter Frankie Violet. 

The glamorous couple took eight months to secure the property before the June 28 sale with interest from local, interstate, and international buyers pushing the price up in the closing weeks, according to The Australian.  

The former Miss Universe had hoped to move closer to her family in northern NSW, but her plans were put on hold after she and Jake struggled to find a buyer.

Going, going, gone! In June, Jennifer and Jake finally sold their stunning $20million mansion in Newport, Sydney, six months after listing it on the market

Going, going, gone! In June, Jennifer and Jake finally sold their stunning $20million mansion in Newport, Sydney, six months after listing it on the market

Sold: Billionaire software tycoon Mike Cannon-Brookes and his wife Annie purchased the mansion for a record $24.5million

Sold: Billionaire software tycoon Mike Cannon-Brookes and his wife Annie purchased the mansion for a record $24.5million 

The property’s listing agent, Ken Jacobs told The Daily Telegraph in April the COVID-19 restrictions had made it difficult for the couple to sell.

It’s in a holding pattern of sorts,’ Mr Jacobs told the publication.

He added: ‘It’s an issue of getting access. We would normally do inspections by appointment only anyway, but there is now the question of verifying with buyers where they have travelled.’

The spacious open-plan residence called Casa Paloma was designed by renowned Sydney architects Koichi Takada and overlooks Sydney's Pittwater (pictured)

The spacious open-plan residence called Casa Paloma was designed by renowned Sydney architects Koichi Takada and overlooks Sydney’s Pittwater (pictured) 

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