David and Candice Warner FINALLY move into their $4million mansion in Sydney's Maroubra

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More than six years after they purchased it, David and Candice Warner are finally preparing to move into their $4million mansion in Sydney’s Maroubra.

Last month, a team of removalists were spotted carrying boxes and furniture into the newly renovated home.

Candice, 37, stopped by the property on Thursday with a leopard print tote bag filled with clothes.

Finally: More than six years after they purchased it, David and Candice Warner (pictured) are finally preparing to move into their $4million mansion in Sydney's Maroubra

Finally: More than six years after they purchased it, David and Candice Warner (pictured) are finally preparing to move into their $4million mansion in Sydney’s Maroubra

The former ironwoman held her phone out in front of her as she walked, and carried keys in one of her hands.

She was dressed casually, stepping out in a pair of acid wash cropped jeans, which she paired with a black racerback singlet.

Candice rounded out her ensemble with a pair of black slides, and her long blonde hair was tied up in a messy low bun.

Brand new: David, 35, and Candice bought the home for $3.9million back in late 2015, before knocking down the property on the 892-square-metre site

Brand new: David, 35, and Candice bought the home for $3.9million back in late 2015, before knocking down the property on the 892-square-metre site

Heavy lifting: Last month, a team of removalists were spotted carrying boxes and furniture into the newly renovated home

Heavy lifting: Last month, a team of removalists were spotted carrying boxes and furniture into the newly renovated home

Sold: In February 2016, they sold their previous family home in Sydney's Coogee for $7.05million

Sold: In February 2016, they sold their previous family home in Sydney’s Coogee for $7.05million

It’s been a long road for the couple and their daughters, Ivy, seven, Indi, six, and Isla, two, with a fleet of moving trucks last month seen parked outside the property. 

They proceeded to unload the trucks, which contained mattresses, sofa cushions, chairs and multiple heavy-looking packages.

David, 35, and Candice bought the home for $3.9million back in late 2015, before knocking down the property on the 892-square-metre site.

Moving in: Candice, 37, stopped by the property on Thursday with a leopard print tote bag filled with clothes

Moving in: Candice, 37, stopped by the property on Thursday with a leopard print tote bag filled with clothes

Long time coming: It's been a long road for the couple and their daughters, Ivy, seven, Indi, six, and Isla, two, with a fleet of moving trucks last month seen parked outside the property

Long time coming: It’s been a long road for the couple and their daughters, Ivy, seven, Indi, six, and Isla, two, with a fleet of moving trucks last month seen parked outside the property

In February 2016, they sold their previous family home in Sydney’s Coogee for $7.05million.

They later bought another $2.3million home in Maroubra in May 2017, which acted as their in-between home while renovations took place on their dream house.

Their in-between home is located just 800 metres away from their new home, which boasts five storeys.

Keeping busy: The former ironwoman held her phone out in front of her as she walked, and carried keys in one of her hands

Keeping it casual: She was dressed casually, stepping out in a pair of acid wash cropped jeans, which she paired with a black racerback singlet

Keeping busy: The former ironwoman held her phone out in front of her as she walked, and carried keys in one of her hands

Temporary: They later bought another $2.3million home in Maroubra in May 2017, which acted as their in-between home while renovations took place on their dream house

Temporary: They later bought another $2.3million home in Maroubra in May 2017, which acted as their in-between home while renovations took place on their dream house

David and Candice are estimated to have spent around $4million renovating the four-bedroom, two-bathroom property. 

Their new home also features a self-contained guest apartment with its own entrance on the bottom level.

According to a report by The Daily Telegraph in July last year, the family was ‘ready to move in’ to the new property. 

Big spenders: David Warner (pictured) and wife Candice are estimated to have spent around $4million renovating the four-bedroom, two-bathroom property

Big spenders: David Warner (pictured) and wife Candice are estimated to have spent around $4million renovating the four-bedroom, two-bathroom property

Unpacking: They proceeded to unload the trucks, which contained mattresses, sofa cushions, chairs and multiple heavy-looking packages

Walking distance: Their in-between home is located just 800 metres away from their new home, which boasts five storeys

Unpacking: They proceeded to unload the trucks, which contained mattresses, sofa cushions, chairs and multiple heavy-looking packages

They sold their temporary home in July last year for $4.2million, prompting reports they were ready to relocate to their forever home. 

Construction of the property began in 2017, with an esti­mated two-year build, but ran years over.

Despite earlier reports they were moving in, it was revealed in October last year that the property still hadn’t reached completion.

Life of luxury: Their new home also features a self-contained guest apartment with its own entrance on the bottom level

Life of luxury: Their new home also features a self-contained guest apartment with its own entrance on the bottom level

False start: According to a report by The Daily Telegraph in July last year, the family was'ready to move in' to the new property

False start: According to a report by The Daily Telegraph in July last year, the family was ‘ready to move in’ to the new property

Photos of the property taken earlier this week showed the home was still under construction, but was nearing completion.

Furniture had been moved into the home, with seating visible on the lower deck, while curtains were hung and a dining room set was in place. 

The ocean-front house was also stacked with removalist boxes as they prepare to finally move in.  

Rumour has it: They sold their temporary home in July last year for $4.2million, prompting reports they were ready to relocate to their forever home

Running behind: Construction of the property began in 2017, with an esti­mated two-year build, but ran years over

Rumour has it: They sold their temporary home in July last year for $4.2million, prompting reports they were ready to relocate to their forever home

According to a News Corp report from 2018, construction on the Warners’ property had ‘infuriated neighbours’.

One neighbour was quoted as saying: ‘Trucks have been coming and going for months, but then we don’t see anything for a couple of weeks. We expected this to be built by now – he bought the place ages ago and it’s not pretty to look at.’

Some neighbours had previously complained about the noise, and works had also led to limited street access and ‘restricted parking’ at times.

Still going: Despite earlier reports they were moving in, it was revealed in October last year that the property still hadn't reached completion

Still going: Despite earlier reports they were moving in, it was revealed in October last year that the property still hadn’t reached completion

Almost finished: Photos of the property taken earlier this week showed the home was still under construction, but was nearing completion

Almost finished: Photos of the property taken earlier this week showed the home was still under construction, but was nearing completion

Discussing the build with Daily Mail Australia that same year, Elvis Mardini, the owner of Mardini Constructions, said that locals had been ‘calling the council every day’.

‘The neighbours think it’s going to take away from their view but it wonz’t. I think they’ve got an issue with David and Candice, but they don’t know them,’ he said.

At the time, Mr Mardini predicted the property would be finished by December 2019, two years after construction first began in 2017.

Not winning any fans: According to a News Corp report from 2018, construction on the Warners' property had'infuriated neighbours'

Not winning any fans: According to a News Corp report from 2018, construction on the Warners’ property had ‘infuriated neighbours’

TIMELINE TO DAVID AND CANDICE’S FOREVER HOME

Late 2015: David and Candice buy the property for $3.9million before knocking it down. 

February 2016: The family sells their previous home in Sydney’s Coogee for $7.05million. 

2017: Renovations begin on their forever home with an estimated two-year build. 

May 2017: They buy another in-between home in Maroubra for $2.3million.

July 2021: David and Candice sell their temporary home for $4.2million, prompting reports they’re set to move into their permanent property. 

October 2021: It’s revealed renovations on the property still haven’t reached completion. 

April 2022: Moving trucks are spotted outside the property as removalists carry boxes and furniture inside.

May 2022: The home is almost finished, with furniture visible inside the property. 

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