By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia
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Jana Pittman has purchased a $4million home in Sydney‘s Castle Hill after selling her property in Beecroft.
The Olympian-turned-doctor settled on the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in September, the Herald Sun reported.
The property is spread across two levels with generously-sized, sun-drenched living areas.
Olympian Jana Pittman (pictured) has splashed $4million on a five-bedroom home in Castle Hill – after the birth of her adorable twins and selling-up in Beecroft
The home is big enough for her entire family with a formal lounge and dining room, a family room and a rumpus room.
It also features a saltwater pool enclosed with a glass fence that is next to a stunning entertainment space.
The purchase comes after Jana welcomed her twins with her finance lawyer husband Paul Gatward in March.
Jana, who recently completed a stint on SAS Australia, is now a proud mother-of-six.
According to The Herald Sun, the star settled on delayed terms in September this year before taking ownership of the home
The stunning pile is spread across two levels with generously-sized, sun-drenched living areas
Two of Jana’s children, daughters Emily, six, and Jemima, four, were born via IVF and through an anonymous sperm donor.
She also has a 14-year-old son, Cornelis, from her marriage to her first husband and former coach Chris Rawlinson.
She also shares son Charlie, one, with husband Paul.
The home is big enough for the entire family with a formal lounge and dining room, a family room and a rumpus room
Jana, who recently completed a stint on SAS Australia, is now a proud mother of six
‘I never thought I’d have six children, I don’t know how we are going to cope. How will we all fit into my car? I can see life is going to be a logistical nightmare,’ Jana previously said.
Jana shot to fame as the first female Olympian to complete in both the Summer and Winter games.
She competed in the 400m hurdles and the bobsleigh team.
Jana shot to fame as the first female Olympian to complete in both the Summer and Winter games
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