The Block co-host Shelley Craft sells Byron hilltop retreat

The Block co-host Shelley Craft sells Byron hilltop retreat
The Block co-host Shelley Craft sells Byron hilltop retreat

The cheerful co-host of Channel 9's renovation TV series The Block, Shelley Craft and her husband Christian Sergiacomi have sold their Byron Bay hilltop retreat.

There has been no price confirmation from Byron Bay Property Sales, however the couple wanted $3.7 million.

According to the recent advertising the owners are "committed elsewhere."

It seems since they listed the home late last year the family have decided to move into the Byron township rather than buy again in the hinterland.

It's becoming a bit of a trend with entreprenuer Tom Lane and his wife Emma also making the shift into town.

The couple, who met when Sergiacomi was a cameraman on the hit renovation show, had an 8,600 metre north facing block at McLeods Shoot.

The four bedroom home takes in 360 degree views from sunrise to sunset. Everything from the iconic lighthouse, Julian Rocks and Mt Warning.

She got some design tips from fellow Block stars Darren Palmer and Shaynna Blaze after the property was bought from the McGettigan pioneering family who who first settled in Byron Bay in 1882.

Craft — who says she’s hooked on renovating homes — and Sergiacomi — who has taken to selling real estate — were married in 2009 at an earlier home in the Byron Bay district.

Craft signed up with Nine in 2008 taking over at Australia's Funniest Home Videos.

She then began as co-host on the lifestyle series, Domestic Blitz alongside Scott Cam in mid 2008. Her time on The Block began in 2011. She is now one of the faces of Channel 9’s fourth channel 9Life, which features lifestyle shows.

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