Nicole Kidman invited Vogue magazine into the Georgian mansion that sits on her Bunya Hill farm in Australia for one of their “73 Questions” videos, and I was excited to get a look inside.
I’ve featured the house she bought with husband Keith Urban in Beverly Hills but had never seen this one.
Take a look!
Nicole Kidman’s Farmhouse
The interviewer peppers Nicole with questions from the minute he walks up to her front porch.
I wanted him to ask more about her house, but at least we got to see some of it!
The Georgian-style manor was built in 1878.
Note the American-flag pillow on the leather sofa in the library below.
They spend most of their time in Nashville, which she says she loves for its community spirit.
Next up is a more formal living room with a piano and fireplace. I can totally see Nicole lounging around in floaty white dresses like this all day long, can’t you? Do you think she even owns any sweatpants? 😉
I love how informal most of the house seems. There’s even a little plastic kitchen playset in the dining room for her daughters Sunday Rose (called “Sunny”) and Faith:
When the interviewer asks her how she’s doing, she says she’s feeling “raw” because she’s been through a lot lately.
Her father Anthony died less than a year ago. She also says that if a song title could describe her life, it would be “I Will Survive.”
Listing Photos from 2008
They paid $6.5 million for the country retreat outside Sydney.
According to Nubricks.com, it has 6 bedrooms and is located at
Sutton Forest in the NSW Southern Highlands.
She’s featured on the August 2015 cover of Vogue, and you can read her interview there.
You can watch the 73 Questions with Nicole video at Vogue.com.