Olivia Newton-John sold off her massive real estate portfolio after stage 4 cancer diagnosis

Late Hollywood actress Olivia Newton-John sold off most of her vast real estate portfolio in 2019, just one year after she revealed she was suffering from stage 4 breast cancer. 

Newton-John listed her beloved California horse ranch for $5.4 million in 2019, but the entertainer decided to spend her last days in the home alongside husband John Easterling.

The beautiful four-bedroom, five-bathroom 4,452 square foot Santa Ynez house was purchased in 2015 for $4.69 million. 

The property spans across 12 acres near the Santa Ynez River and includes a guest house, a pool and a barn and stables for horses.

Records show Newton-John transferred full ownership of the estate to her husband, who then re-financed the mortgage with $2.5 million still left on the home. 

Just one month after listing the California home, Newton-John listed her leafy Australian villa, located in the town of Dalwood in the Australian countryside; it sold a month later for a whopping $4.6 million.

Newton-John listed her beloved California horse ranch, which she passed away in for $5.4 million in 2019. She transferred full ownership of the home to her husband John Easterling


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