Aussie supermodel turned skincare mogul Miranda Kerr could be looking to expand her real estate portfolio back home.
The Los Angeles-based, Kora Organics founder is said to be on the hunt for a ‘luxury trophy home’ according to real estate insiders on the Gold Coast who say Kerr’s father is busy inspecting mansions on his daughter’s behalf.
Kerr’s parents John and Therese Kerr are currently based in Brisbane.
‘We believe John has been looking at homes for Miranda and her family to potentially purchase, either as a base in Australia or as a holiday retreat,’ a luxury listing agent, who specialises in high-end rural acreage, told Daily Mail Australia.
‘He has been shown through a number of the bigger, more spectacular homes in the past few weeks but as of yet no purchase has been made that we’re aware of.’
Both Miranda and her father have been contacted for comment.
Kerr and her Snap Inc. billionaire husband Evan Spiegel, along with their kids Myles and Hart Spiegel and Flynn Bloom, currently reside in Los Angeles full time but also keep a vineyard estate in the Australian Hunter Valley which they bought for $7.5million in 2020.
The cashed-up couple also own a $50million villa in Paris and a seaside vacation home in Malibu, and forked out one of the highest figures ever for a new Los Angeles compound in 2022 when they settled on a $145million property in swanky Holmsby Hills.
A new home on the Gold Coast would cap something of a major real estate splurge for the pair who have been frequent visitors to Australia in recent months.
Kerr is set to return later this month when she appears as a guest speaker at the Forbes Australia Women’s Summit, ‘The Power of Now’, taking place on March 22 at the International Convention Centre inSydney.
Should Kerr dip her toe into the Gold Coast she would be in some famous company with a number of high-profile identities buying up in recent months.
Buddy and Jesinta Franklin most famously snapped up the iconic trophy home Villa Casa for $9million in late 2022.
Former radio host Alan Jones also dropped $12.25m recently on a Southport estate from automative millionaires Brett and Rebecca Frizelle while Sydney booze mogul Ross Jurisich – of Stone & Wood Brewing Company fame – paid $21.5m for a Mermaid Beach mansion.
Ex-Storm star and Kangaroos captain Cameron Smith and former soapie actress Holly Brisley have also recently relocated there.
Article source: Queensland Property Investor