A private beach track, five bedrooms and a lavish pool: The Block’s Shelley Craft sells her Palm Springs-style home in Byron Bay for $4.9 million
The Block’s co-host recently gave fans a glimpse inside her lavish home.
And on Wednesday, Shelley Craft, 43, sold her Byron Bay property for $4.9 million.
The TV presenter and husband Christian Sergiacomi made almost $2 million profit on the home after transforming the exterior of the Palm Springs-style home.
Moving on: On Wednesday, The Block’s Shelley Craft (pictured) sold her Byron Bay property for $4.9 million
Outdoor living: Shelley and her husband Christian Sergiacomi purchased the home for $3 million in 2016
The couple, who have been married for 10 years, purchased the property for $3 million in 2016, and have since added a studio, swimming pool and landscaped gardens.
The modern home, which has a 250m beach track, features five bedrooms and four bathrooms, complete with a large kitchen.
The luxurious property boasts 3m high ceilings and heated flooring throughout the compound.
High-end features: The property boasts 3m high ceiling and has heated flooring throughout the entire home
Luxury: The modern home features five bedrooms and four bathrooms, complete with a large kitchen
The lavish home is perfect for entertaining as it offers music stations right throughout the home and an outdoor barbeque area.
It also offers a solar heated in-ground pool, rain detect skylights and an oversized double garage.
The home, which was designed by architect Paul Uhlmann, was purchased by the couple in 2016.
Modern: The property, which was designed by architect Paul Uhlmann, also offers a solar heated in-ground pool and floor-to-ceiling sliding doors
Lavish: It has built-in music stations through the home and a relaxing outdoor entertaining area
Recently, Shelley gushed about the town’s idyllic lifestyle, saying that her relocation to Byron Bay 10 years ago has been a ‘dream come true’.
Speaking to WHO magazine she said the small town is perfect for co-parenting her two daughters, who she shares with husband Chris.
‘It is a small town. Chris is available for drop-offs and pick-ups – it’s very much 50/50 in our house,’ she told the publication.
Transformation: Shelly has renovated the home since purchasing it, adding a studio (pictured), swimming pool and landscaping