Dromsally Rise, Warranwood. Dromsally Rise, Warranwood.
The suburban house-cum-studio where The Voice recorded some of his biggest hits is going under the hammer next weekend.
The Warranwood property, which has changed hands since it was John Farnham’s Gotham Records nerve centre, is expected to reach the mid-$800,000s.
Recording artists Merril Bainbridge and Mantissa are also credited with laying down tracks in the rustic mudbrick property in the 1990s, when it was kitted out as the Gothic Audio studio.
It’s since been transformed into a family home, offering up to five bedrooms and four living areas.
”It’s a very distinctive home that’s had a very nice renovation,” Carter agent David Green says.
The house at 11 Dromsally Rise, which sits on a 1864-square-metre block, will be auctioned on September 15.
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