AFL power couple Rebecca and Chris Judd are edging closer to the completion their $7.3million mega-mansion in Brighton,
And on Tuesday, 36-year-old WAG Rebecca excitedly took to Instagram Stories with an update on the renovations, uploading a photo of a worker carefully laying marble tiles on the ground.
‘@MelbourneTradieLady killing it for @MelbournePaving with our Tundra pavers by @SignorinoTileGallery,’ she gushed in in the caption.
‘Killing it!’ On Tuesday, 36-year-old WAG Rebecca Judd (pictured) excitedly took to Instagram Stories with an update on the renovation of her $7.3million Melbourne estate
Hard work: Rebecca took to Instagram with a photo of a worker carefully laying marble tiles on the ground
Melbourne Paving shared further photos of the tiling process on it’s official Instagram page along with specific details of the Judds’ luxury furnishings.
‘Our bayside project is starting to come together now….. Marble in 400x 70mm from @signorinotilegallery laid in the herringbone pattern, challenging but the guys getting into the groove now..,’ the caption read.
‘Pool coping, ashlar pattern marble and cobblestones to come,’ it continued.
‘Challenging but the guys getting into the groove now’: Melbourne Paving shared further photos of the tiling process on it’s official Instagram page along with specific details of the Judds’ luxury furnishings
‘Forever home’: Rebecca and Chris Judd (pictured) are nearing completion of their $7.3million dream home in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton
‘I wondered if we could make them smaller and move the tennis court forwards, pinching some extra space from the back base line to build a gym. We spoke to our builder, Dale, and he gave us the green light.
‘If we weren’t able to do that, we wouldn’t have bought the house. My husband is in the gym every day so it’s really important and was a big factor in buying this home.’
Work in progress: Last Thursday, Rebecca shared footage to Instagram of tradesmen laying out a tennis court in the spacious backyard
‘Tennis court is going in’: The property, which the Judds purchased in March last year, already had a tennis court but the couple wanted to upgrade it
Construction site: Towards the back of the tennis court is a large room with arches, which appears to still be under construction
Days earlier, Rebecca had shared footage of workers laying down her new tennis court in the spacious backyard.
The property, which the Judds purchased in March last year, already had a tennis court but the couple wanted to upgrade it.
Back in June, the footy WAG was interviewed by
Oh dear! Back in June, Rebecca (pictured) was interviewed by KIIS 101.1’s Jase and PJ about her new home. In a rather revealing comment, she spoke of her surprise and disappointment that her luxury Range Rover was ‘too big’ to fit in the garage
In a rather revealing comment, she spoke of her surprise and disappointment that her luxury Range Rover was ‘too big’ to fit in the garage.
She explained that she and Chris, whose car also couldn’t fit inside, didn’t think to measure the garage when looking at houses back in early 2018.
‘When you go to home inspections, you never think to drive your cars into the garage to see if they fit or not,’ Rebecca said.
Whoops! When Rebecca and Chris were house-hunting in Melbourne in early 2018, they forgot to properly inspect the garages. As a result, they ended up buying a house (pictured) that couldn’t accommodate their luxury vehicles
‘If you’re listening, measure the garage!’ she added, offering a word of advice.
She explained that the main issue with the garage was the ‘huge column’ situated in-between the roller doors that stopped cars from entering.
In order to fix the problem, Rebecca and Chris had to spend around $50,000 to ‘knock out the column’ so they could drive in and out.
Perfect life: Rebecca is pictured with her husband, former AFL star Chris Judd, and their three children Oscar, Billie, Tom and Darcy
The former weather presenter justified the decision by saying ‘it wouldn’t be a dream home if the cars were on the street!’
‘The arches – that’s why we bought the house – I died at the arches. That was the main selling point for us in terms of design features,’ she said.
They had previously sold their former home in Brighton for a reported $5million.
Lots to do! The couple appear to be sparing no expense when it comes to their renovation