Inside Pete Evan’s $1.2 million farmhouse
My Kitchen Rules judge Pete Evans has given fans a glimpse into his $1.2 million farm in northern New South Wales.
The 10-hectare farm shared with wife Nicola Robinson, includes two residences, three dams, a games room and a meditation area.
Pete purchased the property at Round Mountain for $1.2 million in 2015, previously living in a home in Sydney's eastern suburbs.
The first residence on the land contains three bedrooms, two living rooms and a spacious kitchen.
The second residence also contains three bedrooms as well as a barn for the family’s horses.
A shed has also been converted into a granny flat that contains two bedrooms.
The farm is very special to Pete and Nicola as the pair tied the knot at this location in 2016.
At the small wedding celebration, Nicola wore a bohemian-style frock and accessorised with a flower crown.
Their strict diet also meant that guests dined on local produce and a Paleo wedding cake on the big day.
Scroll through the gallery above to get a sneak peek into Pete Evan’s farmhouse.