Inside Bec Judd’s outrageously lavish $7.3 million Melbourne mansion

As she awaits luxe add ons 'coming on a boat from Europe'
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Australian WAG Rebecca Judd is one busy woman.

In addition to being a model, TV presenter and wife to Chris Judd, one of Australia’s leading football stars, the genetically-blessed catwalk queen is a devoted mother to four beautiful children, Billie, Oscar and twins Tom and Darcy.

Bec and her AFL pro husband Chris recently bought a new home – a $7.3 million Melbourne mansion to be exact – to house their six-person entourage, and on Tuesday the Postcards host revealed the couple will spare no expense on their lavish home renovation.

Earlier this month, Bec Judd revealed they had hit a major snag when she realised her Range Rover was too big to fit in the garage of her dream home.

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Speaking to Kiis 101.1’s Jase and PJ, the 36-year-old said she “couldn’t even get the nose in” when she tried to drive the luxury vehicle into her Brighton home, due to a “huge column” in the centre of the roller doors.

The couple were left with no choice but to fork out $50,000 to alter the size of the parking space.

But Bec wasn’t finished there.


In her column for 9Honey, the interior design enthusiast revealed she is waiting floor tiles and paving supplies to be delivered from Europe to add the final touches to her Spanish-style family home.

“We’re waiting on pavers. They are coming on a boat from somewhere in Europe,” she wrote.

“We’re finishing off painting. Once the floorboards are down, all the joinery can go over the top…the stone masons have been cutting the marble.”

Bec added the builders are lining up the Chevrons and fitting the “ground floor parquetry” as the last touches to the costly makeover.


In early June, Bec offered Aussie fans a sneak peek inside her stunning new home in an episode of Channel Nine’s The Style School.

The sprawling Victoria property features a billiards table, in-house bar, opulent chandelier, generous living spaces, workout gym, tennis court and clubhouse, as well as a grand spiral staircase and a “big screen TV to watch the footy”, Daily Mail Australia reports.

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