Renee Gracie’s incredible mansion sits on 1.5 acres of land and has enough room to store her supercars (Image: Jam Press/@therenee_gracie)

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A model and former race car driver has given a sneak peek into her lavish new pad on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia.

Renee Gracie, 26, shelled out $1.3million AUD (about £712,000) in cash for the exquisite mansion, which she earned from OnlyFans.

Now she's given an exclusive look into her stunning house, which has 1.5 acres of land and a cinema room with a 150 inch projector screen.

The property takes up 3760 sq ft and boasts four bedrooms, three bathrooms and an enormous air-hangar style garage where Renee keeps her luxurious supercars worth more than $320,000 AUD (about £175,000).

Renee shot to fame in 2015 when she became the first female full-time supercar driver
(Image: Jam Press/@therenee_gracie)

Proudly displaying the hidden gems of the mansion, Renee has admitted it's been a lifelong dream of hers to own her own home.

And as if the incredible attributes aren't enough to boast, Renee is also planning to build a 10m swimming pool, a sunken fire pit, a BBQ and a smoker on her sprawling land.

Sharing her house with her boyfriend, Renee seems chuffed with her new place.

She shot to fame in 2015 when she became Australia's first female full-time supercar competitor in nearly 15 years.

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But her career came to an end two years later when she suffered a string of bad results an struggled to secure funding.

After her supercar career ended, Renee went to sell cars at a local dealership before setting up an OnlyFans account in January 2020 – and she's never looked back.

In her first week, she made a cool $3,000 AUD and now brings in a whopping $150,000 (£82,000) every month from her 13.9 million subscribers.

She said the pandemic convinced her to settle down in a comfortable pad where she could relax during lockdown.

Renee uses her air-hangar-style garage to store her collection of supercars
(Image: Jam Press/@therenee_gracie)

“I was originally looking for more investment properties but not being able to travel, I knew I’d be settling in Australia for a bit so started looking for my dream home,” she said.

“I had very specific things in mind when choosing my house. I wanted a new property, lots of land, plenty of privacy and enough of a blank canvas to make it my own.

“And of course, lots of garage space. Just because I don’t race anymore, doesn’t mean I don’t love cars."

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She added: “I’ve got a 2016 Mustang GT, which has $15,000 worth of modifications on it, a 2019 Mercedes Benz AMG GT and an old Nissan Pathfinder 1999 for camping my collection.

"I’m also thinking about buying a 2022 Chevy Silverado very soon."

Renee recalled the day she gave up racing, saying it was "hard at first" – but soon she accepted it wasn't meant to be and moved on.

Renee's new pad was paid for entirely in cash she'd earned from her OnlyFans page
(Image: Jam Press/@therenee_gracie)

“A couple of fans suggested I do OnlyFans and it started from there. I have no regrets at all," she said.

“I’ve always wanted to own property, since I was like 16, people would always tell me that it’s a great way to be able to retire early."

She has her sights set on building her own house one day – with a farm and lots of dogs. She already has four pooches – Levi, Bentley, Willy and Tank, as well as a cat called Gucci, four chickens and two ducks.

Despite owning the perfect pad for a party, Renee isn't keen on the idea.

“I’m not a party girl at all.

“I’ve paid way too much money for people to wreck things.

"Maybe once the pool and cabana have been built I might have a small gathering but I’d rather be with the animals and chilling out.”