Rock queen Suze DeMarchi lists Coogee home

Rock queen Suze DeMarchi lists Coogee home
Rock queen Suze DeMarchi lists Coogee home

Aussie rock icon Suze DeMarchi, who fronted the band Baby Animals, is selling her Coogee home.

The Perth born musician bought the home after returning to Australia while married to the Aerosmith guitarist Nuno Bettencourt from the United States.

The plan was for Bettencourt to follow DeMarchi and their two children to Australia, however the plan never materialized with his ongoing tour commitments.

She paid $1,265,000 for the home at the south end of Coogee Beach in 2011.

The dual level family home with potential for an attic level conversion has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

There's a living area on each level. The lower level space, open plan with the kitchen, flows to a private entertaininer's deck and level lawn. 

Rock queen Suze DeMarchi lists Coogee home

The Agency's agent Bethwyn Richards, who sold the home to DeMarchi when she was with McGrath, is marketing the home for an April 7 auction.

It's been renovated extensively since DeMarchi's purchase seven years ago.

DeMarchi previously spent three years building a house in Massachussetts in the fishing village of Magnolia.

Home has always been important to DeMarchi. It was the name of her 2015 solo album.

Home is also tattoo'd on her wrist.

DeMarchi began her career as a solo singer in the 1980s having moved to London.

She signed to EMI and released three singles as a pop star before returning to Australia to form Baby Animals with fellow WA musicians in 1989.

After creating two albums, which were first then second in the Australia album charts, the group split up in 1994.

The Baby Animals re-formed in 2007.

They have toured regularly since.

This article was first published in the Daily Telegraph.














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