Chris and Bec Judd's Main Ridge, Mornington Peninsula retreat

Chris and Bec Judd's Main Ridge, Mornington Peninsula retreat
Chris and Bec Judd's Main Ridge, Mornington Peninsula retreat

Intrigue has surrounded the recent purchase known to be on the Mornington Peninsula by the decorated AFL legend Chris Judd and television presenter wife, Rebecca.

The location has been unspecified. It has now emerged as a two hectare holding at Main Ridge where they spent the $1,212,500.

Tucked along a quiet country road, not far from Arthurs Seat, the bush property comes with spring-fed dams with tall trees, ferns and natives. 

Chris and Bec Judd's Main Ridge, Mornington Peninsula retreat

A long vine-clad verandah overlooks the low maintenance gardens with vegetable patch and an orchard. 

It sold after five months marketing through Tom Barr Smith at Kay & Burton.

The couple - who have headed to the Sunshine Coast for pre-Christmas holidays - sold their redundant Prahran townhouse this month.

It sold three days after auction when there was a $2.05 million asking price after being passed in on a $1.9 million vendor bid. There were just the two interested parties, one relocating from Sydney and looking to buy the home complete with furniture, and the other a local investor. 

The former West Coast and Carlton midfielder bought it for $1.66 million in late 2007 after he moved from Perth.

Chris and Bec Judd's Main Ridge, Mornington Peninsula retreat

The four floor townhouse abode was a warehouse conversion undertaken in 2006 by Michelle Forsyth of Ethereal Design with skylit staircase and a dumb waiter from top to bottom.

The Judds have long moved into their rebuilt Brighton property which was purchased in 2010 for $2.1 million.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian Mansion Australia property section.

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