Inside a stay-at-home housewife’s $17MILLION mansion complete with an infinity pool, tennis court, horse paddock and $80,000 luxury car – but she claims there’s a major downside to her life
- TikTok star Fonzie Gomez visited the $17million Sydney home of a housewife
- Mansion had a pool, snooker table, horse paddock, luxury cars and outdoor bath
- The mother revealed she’d also spent $80,000 on her daughter’s high-end car
A stay-at-home mum has unveiled her $17million mansion complete with an $80,000 car she bought for her daughter.
Sydney housewife, Kerri Maggs, showed off her opulent home to TikTok star Fonzie Gomez when he stopped by over the weekend.
The video, which has been viewed more than a million times, showcases some of the home’s best features including a pool, golf buggy, a tennis court, snooker table, an outdoor bath, cinema room, countless luxury cars and even a horse paddock.
While describing her home to Gomez, the mother revealed that one major downfall of her life of luxury was that she still had to do the washing for her children.
TikTok star Fonzie Gomez stopped by the $17million home of a Sydney housewife last week that boasts a pool, cinema room, countless luxury cars and its own golf buggy
While speaking to Kerri Maggs’ daughter and singer Brittany Maggs, the housewife revealed she’d bought her an $80,000 car
‘The best thing (about being a housewife) is that I get to spend time doing things that I like to do,’ Ms Maggs said.
The housewife is the mother to influencer and singer Brittany Maggs, revealing she’d spent $80,000 to gift her daughter a brand new car.
She then listed off several other high-end gifts she’d given her daughter including a Louis Vuitton bag and flights to and from Los Angeles for four years while she was working on her music career.
Brittany and her mother said they owned other properties and teased viewers to tune in for ‘part two’ to see them.
Gomez has gained a huge following on TikTok for his ‘what do you do for a living series’.
When asked by TikTok star Fonzie Gomez where she works, Leila Panui responded: ‘I don’t have a job currently, but I’ve got daddy’s credit card’.
He recently knocked on the door of Leila Panui’s Sydney home with the 18-year-old admitting: ‘I don’t have a job currently, but I’ve got daddy’s credit card’.
‘On the market today (her home) is worth $22million. I just love Sydney. The food, the people are interesting,’ she said.
Leila then led Gomez on a tour of her opulent two-storey mansion, which boasts a lap pool, stained glass windows, snooker table, several chandeliers, two baby grand pianos, state of the art kitchen and water fountain.
The privileged Sydneysider even bragged of using her father’s credit card to buy herself a $3,000 Cartier ring.
The teen said she also owns a $12million farm in New Zealand, and invited TikTok viewers to tune in to Gomez’s next video for a peek inside.
Gomez has also become well-known for stopping strangers on the streets and asking them to complete random challenges or asking them questions including what Sydneysiders driving expensive vehicles do for work.
In a TikTok video posted last November, Gomez asked a man what line of work he was in while outside Chatswood Westfield, in north-west Sydney.
A female companion responded the man was in real estate.
The man’s vehicle, a Porsche Cayenne S, has a starting price of $121,300 in Australia.
The unemployed teen offered Australians a rare glimpse inside her $22million mansion including an opulent living space (left) and pool (right)