Kyle Sandilands and his girlfriend Imogen Anthony recently moved house, and they have reportedly already upset their new neighbours.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald on Monday, residents were horrified as removalists dragged gaudy furniture into their $3,000-a-week Hunters Hill rental.
One shocked local told the publication: ‘It looks like sideshow alley in there!’
Oh my gaudy! Imogen Anthony’s neighbours were left horrified by her ‘bad taste’ furniture as she moved into a new rental home in Hunters Hill with her boyfriend Kyle Sandilands recently. Pictured: The inside of the couple’s former rental home in Mosman
If the couple’s previous rental home in Mosman is anything to go by, the property will be stuffed with mismatched furniture, animal statues, leopard-print rugs and plastic skulls.
Kyle, 48, and Imogen, 28, opened the doors of their $5,000-a-week Mosman mansion for MTV Cribs in October last year.
And, as expected, the home of the shock jock and his model girlfriend proved to be nothing less than a bogan’s paradise.
There goes the neighbourhood! As reported by the Sydney Morning Herald on Monday, residents were horrified as removalists dragged gaudy furniture into their $3,000-a-week Hunters Hill rental. Pictured: Kyle and Imogen on November 28, 2017 in Sydney
After showcasing their luxury cars, Kyle and Imogen entered their ‘music room’, which featured a grand piano, large ornate mirrors and black velvet chairs with zebra-print cushions.
Various white marble figurines sat atop pedestals and numerous animal statues were scattered around on the floor.
‘We’re big into it [animals],’ Kyle proudly declared to the camera.
Horrified: One shocked local said, ‘It looks like sideshow alley in there!’ Pictured: Imogen’s dressing table in the couple’s previous rental home in Mosman
Perhaps the most imposing feature of the room was a large leopard skin rug on the shiny black floor.
The main lounge room featured a dark colour palette – including black curtains, a black wall and a dark blue lounge – and boasted expansive views over the water.
This room was populated with even more animal statues, including a giraffe and baby hippopotamus.
When the circus comes to town! The couple’s previous home in Mosman was decorated with mismatched furniture, dozens of animal statues, leopard-print rugs and plastic skulls
A large four-seater zebra-print lounge sat under the windows which looked out upon the water.
Upstairs in the bedroom, a large king-sized bed with a yellow zebra-print cover and matching cushions dominated the space.
A large black smart TV also sat upon an ornate chest of drawers near the foot of the bed.
‘This is where the magic happens!’ In the bedroom of the Mosman home, a large king-sized bed with a yellow zebra-print cover and matching cushions dominated the space
‘This is I guess where the magic happens,’ said Imogen as she sauntered towards the bed.
A large framed print of the Versace logo was also displayed on one wall.
‘This is my freaky side,’ Imogen explained as she sat at her dressing table, which was laden with crystals and gothic statues.
Subtle touches? In the living room, ornate white marble figurines sat atop pedestals and numerous animal statues were scattered around on the floor
Bizarrely, a bird’s nest was also placed on the table.
‘My crystals, my crystal balls,’ she said. ‘I’m a bit of a weirdo like that.’
The couple’s new home, in Hunters Hill on Sydney’s lower north shore, is a mansion formerly owned by one-time federal treasurer Joe Hockey.
Will there be a house warming? The couple’s new rental home in Hunters Hill is a mansion formerly owned by one-time federal treasurer Joe Hockey. Pictured: Imogen Anthony