INXS' Jon Farriss selling Queens Park abode

INXS' Jon Farriss selling Queens Park abode
INXS' Jon Farriss selling Queens Park abode

Jon Farriss, the drummer and one of the founding members of legendary Aussie rockband INXS, is selling his Queens Park home.

He is now renting a $1,250 a week Newrybar, Byron Bay hinterland retreat.

The 1970s Queens Park home set behind a walled fore garden on York Road has views to Centennial Park from its upper level.

There's four bedrooms, a separate studio apartment, a built-in barbecue courtyard and a swimming pool on its 605 square metre parcel.

It cost Farriss $3,225,000 in 2007 and became a $3,200 a week rental when the drummer moved north.

The Agency's Ben Collier has a March 24 auction.

Farriss previously owned a Hyams Beach waterfront which he sold for a then record $2.32 million two years ago. He paid $1.78 million in 2004.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph. 

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