Olivia Newton-John Seems To Be Selling Up With Latest Property Listed For $7.7 Million
Olivia Newton-John has listed her Californian ranch for sale as she battles cancer for the third time.
Just months after putting her NSW Ballina retreat on the market, Newton-John has now listed her incredible California ranch for sale, with a price tag of USD$5.4 million (AUD$7.7 million).
The 70-year-old actor owned the 12-acre ranch nestled in Santa Ynez Valley for the past four years. The sprawling property includes a guesthouse, pool, stable, barn and pastures.
Both properties were put on the market follow major speculation of the star's health. In September last year, it was revealed that the Grease star was battling her third bout of cancer -- keeping the second diagnosis in 2013 private.
In March, Newton-John was forced to come forward to clear up rumours of her well-being, with tabloid headlines claiming she was "near-death" with only "weeks to live".
Posting a tongue-in-cheek video to her Facebook, Newton-John quipped, "the rumours of my death have been greatly exaggerated". However, in an interview with People magazine, she also revealed she had been spending months recovering from a fractured pelvis.
Newton-John discovered the fracture when she felt severe pain during a charity walk for the ONJ Cancer and Wellness Centre in Melbourne, forcing her to spend her 70th birthday in hospital.
"There were all these things I was going to do for my birthday but God had other plans," she told People.
When Newton-John revealed her third cancer diagnosis, she also spoke about the alternative treatments she had been using to manage pain.
In an interview with Sunday Night, she spoke about her Husband's support -- and the medical marijuana he grew on their ranch.
"In California, it’s legal to grow a certain amount of plants for your own medicinal purposes," she said explaining that husband John Easterling would make her tinctures to help her manage pain and to aid her sleep.
"I’m very lucky that I live in a state where it’s legal and that I have a husband that is a plant-medicine man."
Since then, Newton-John has spoken about the need to legalise medicinal marijuana back home in Australia.
"My dream is that, in Australia, soon it will be available to all the cancer patients and people going through cancer or any kind of disease that causes pain."
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