Here's a look inside Cate Blanchett's new $6 million English mansion

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Australian actress, Cate Blanchett, has bought a $6 million English mansion in East Sussex, England.

The two-time Oscar winner who was also recently nominated for her role in Carol, has bought a Victorian country home, Highwell House, in Rotherfield, Crowborough, according to The Sunday Times.

She is expected to live there with her playwright husband Andrew Upton and four children, Dashiell John, Roman Robert, Ignatius Martin and adopted daughter Edith Vivian Patricia.

The home was built in the nineteenth century and sits on 13 acres of land in the English countryside, featuring seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms as well as five reception rooms.

The purchase of the historic manor follows the recent sale of her Sydney home which was sold for $20 million. The Hunters Hill residence where she lived with her family since 2005, spanned 3642 square metres with five bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Here’s a closer look at the mansion.

Highwell House sits in the English countryside in Crowborough, East Sussex.

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It was recently purchased by Blanchett for £3m ($6 million) who secured the historic property this month.

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The nineteenth century home underwent an extensive renovation at the hands of interior designer Paula Barnes and her husband, Matthew.

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The residence was formerly home to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Doctor Who's Tom Baker.

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According to Country Life, it was originally built in 1890 and known as Higher Steep.

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The historic mansion is located not far from other A-list celebrities such as Kate Winslet who lives in West Wittering, and Heather Mills in Robertsbridge who was formerly married to Paul McCartney.

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Blanchett is expected to live there with her husband and four children following the recent sale of their Sydney home in last year which went under the hammer for $20 million.

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