Thu. Sep 21st, 2023
    Actor Liana Cornell Buys $2 Million Retreat in Northern Rivers

    Actor Liana Cornell, daughter of the late comedic figure John “Strop” Cornell and actor Delvene Delaney, has recently made a property purchase in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia. Cornell acquired Rosewood Retreat, a 6-hectare estate located in Upper Wilsons Creek, near Mullumbimby, for a reported $2 million.

    The property boasts its own sub-tropical rainforest and features a timber residence inspired by European chalets, with interiors adorned with New Zealand kauri. One of the standout features of Rosewood Retreat is a spring-fed internal creek that flows into a picturesque swimming hole.

    This off-market purchase marks Cornell’s first recorded acquisition since 2017, when she sold her Woollahra home for $3.9 million. Prior to this, in 2013, she purchased a three-level home on Russell Street for $2.8 million.

    Liana Cornell comes from a family deeply rooted in the entertainment industry. Her parents made a significant impact on the small coastal town of Byron Bay when they relocated there in 1980. They purchased a farm and went on to acquire the historic Hotel Brunswick, as well as build the Beach Hotel. Cornell and her two sisters, Melissa and Allira, were raised in Byron Bay.

    Outside of her acting career, Cornell is also involved in various other creative endeavors. Describing herself as a writer, musician, filmmaker, environmentalist, and wizard on her social media pages, she showcases her diverse range of talents and passions.

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