Chris and Rebecca Judd sell Brighton home

Chris and Rebecca Judd sell Brighton home
Chris and Rebecca Judd sell Brighton home

Almost a week after it passed in at its private auction, the opulent Brighton home of former AFL star Chris Judd and designer wife Bec has found a buyer.

It had a guide of $4.71 million to $5.17 million before it was passed in.

They're set to start another home project, renovating and extending another property which has yet to be revealed.

Marshall White Bayside director Andrew Campbell sold the home on Sunday.

Bec told her 690,000 Instagram followers she would miss the home.

"I’m going to miss this place sooooooooooo much but I can’t wait to share what we are doing next," she wrote next to a picture of their chandelier illuminated living room.

They completely re-designed the Brighton home, having paid $2,125,000 for a 1960s double-brick home. 

Chris and Rebecca Judd sell Brighton home

It was demolished and in its place a slick three level designer residence was built in collaboration between Bali's GFAB Architects and the local Architecture Matters.

It comes complete with an impressive state of the art basement man cave featuring a cocktail bar and a gym.

Campbell said the man cave and the pool were just some of the features that appealed to the buyer.

The resort-inspired home has five bedrooms, including a four room parents retreat comprising two walk-in wardrobes and an ensuite.

Outside an all weather pavilion next to the heated wet-edge pool and spa, vertical gardens, cocktail bar in the man cave which is often referred to during his 3MMM commentary discussions. 

Marshall White Bayside agents Andrew Campbell and Jack Johnstone had advised there were two offers after its private auction on May 31.

It sold to one of these parties.

 

 

 

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