Russell Crowe: Buys home for $10m in Sydney
Talented actor Russell Crowe has bought a new house, it has been reported.
The Gladiator star, who has 7-year-old Charlie and 4-year-old Tennyson with wife Danielle Spencer, is believed to have spent $10 million (£6.2m) on a Sydney property after four years of searching.
The Oscar-winning actor's new six-bedroom home is located in Rose Bay and overlooks Royal Sydney Golf Club, according to AFP.
Last year, Crowe allegedly put an offer in on the Woollahra mansion belonging to French ambassador John Spender and fashion designer Carla Zampatti. He also apparently viewed the childhood home of Nip/Tuck star Julian McMahon.
At the time, a Sydney real estate agent said that Crowe "doesn't know what he wants" when it comes to property.
Crowe also owns a luxury apartment in Sydney and a country homestead near Coffs Harbour.