Savage Garden frontman Darren Hayes' former house hits the market

You will love this house To the Moon and Back.

It was the birthplace of some of Australia’s biggest pop hits from the 90s, with ARIA award-winning Savage Garden recording their albums in the garage.

This lowset brick house was formally owned by Darren Hayes.

This lowset brick house was formally owned by Darren Hayes.Source:Supplied

The band had two studio albums — a self-titled record released in 1997 and Affirmation released in 1999 — which sold a staggering 23 million copies worldwide.

The humble abode, located in Logan City, was formally owned by frontman Darren Hayes, until it changed hands to its current owner in 2002.

One of two living rooms at the house, which has an open fireplace.

One of two living rooms at the house, which has an open fireplace.Source:Supplied

It has four-bedrooms, including a master in which you could potentially fit Two Beds and a Coffee Machine.

The kitchen has been recently renovated and is sweet like chica cherry cola, and there are two separate living areas, one of which has an open fireplace.

The kitchen is recently renovated.

The kitchen is recently renovated.Source:Supplied

There is an inground pool, and two sheds, as well as a double lockup garage and office.

One thing is for sure — you are sure to fall Truly, Madly and Deeply in love with this house.

There is also a pool and two sheds, along with the garage where Savage Garden recorded their albums.

There is also a pool and two sheds, along with the garage where Savage Garden recorded their albums.Source:Supplied

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