Inside Rebecca Judd’s new plans for her fabulous $1.2million holiday pad on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula

Bec Judd has shared renovation plans for her $1.2 million holiday retreat on Victoria's holiday coast.
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Bec Judd has shared renovation plans for her $1.2 million holiday retreat on Victoria’s holiday coast.

Located in Main Ridge near Arthur’s Seat, just 85 kilometers from Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula, she told fans on Tuesday that the revamped home will have three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a luxurious sculpted garden.

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The 41-year-old WAG said the renovation will also include the installation of a circular swimming pool and a small extension to the original home.

In a new video on The Melbourne Builder’s Instagram account, the genetically blessed former TV presenter explains that she bought the house with her husband Chris Judd while she was still pregnant with their twin boys.

After welcoming sons Darcy and Tom in 2016, Bec said she put plans to renovate the property on the back burner.

Construction of the building has now commenced, with the work being carried out by the renowned company The Melbourne Builder and Co.

‘We’re going out [walls] and make the living spaces bigger,” Bec said in the post.

The former model described the new design for the property as “country ranch” and revealed plans for a lavish kitchen.

Bec Judd has shared renovation plans for her $1.2 million holiday retreat on Victoria's holiday coast.

Bec Judd has shared renovation plans for her $1.2 million holiday retreat on Victoria’s holiday coast.

Located in Main Ridge near Arthur's Seat, 85km from Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula, she told fans the renovated home will have three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a luxurious sculpted garden. Pictured: An architect's rendering of the finished home

Located in Main Ridge near Arthur's Seat 85km from Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula, she told fans the renovated home will have three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a luxurious sculpted garden. Pictured: An architect's rendering of the completed home

Located in Main Ridge near Arthur’s Seat, 85km from Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula, she told fans the revamped home will have three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a luxurious sculpted garden. In the photo: an architect’s impression of the completed house

She also said the new pad will feature Patagonia, a quartzite stone sourced from South America and supplied by Melbourne company Signorino.

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“It’s very bold and helps elevate a warm, neutral palette,” she said.

An animated clip from the designer also shared in the post revealed that Bec plans to use the opulent stone for a breakfast island.

The original house in Main Ridge

The original house in Main Ridge

The original house in Main Ridge

Other architectural simulations shared in the post show what the original, modest home will look like once completed.

Features include what appears to be an al fresco lunch with barbecue.

Bec made headlines in March when she announced her social media hiatus She planned to donate the entire contents of the original house to charity.

In a new video on The Melbourne Builder Instagram, the genetically blessed WAG explained that she bought the home with husband Chris Judd while she was still pregnant with their twin boys in 2016. (Pictured)

In a new video on The Melbourne Builder Instagram, the genetically blessed WAG explained that she bought the home with husband Chris Judd while she was still pregnant with their twin boys in 2016. (Pictured)

In a new video on The Melbourne Builder Instagram, the genetically blessed WAG explained that she bought the house with husband Chris Judd while she was still pregnant with their twin boys in 2016. (Image)

On Instagram she asked her 758,000 followers for advice on which charity she could donate to.

She said everything in the property would be included – from crockery to appliances – and shared her wish to donate to a refugee housing charity or women’s shelter.

She wrote: ‘We are about to renovate our Mornington Peninsula home and would like to donate the entire contents to a charity that needs a full house fit-out.’

The former model described the new design for the property as 'country ranch' and revealed plans for a lavish kitchen.  Pictured: Bec inspecting the structure

The former model described the new design for the property as 'country ranch' and revealed plans for a lavish kitchen.  Pictured: Bec inspecting the structure

The former model described the new design for the property as ‘country ranch’ and revealed plans for a lavish kitchen. Pictured: Bec inspecting the structure

‘Everything in the house is included; sofa, beds, bunk beds, cot, rugs, tables, chairs, appliances, decorator, cutlery, crockery, cookware, linens etc.’

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‘Please let me know who I can donate to? I prefer to donate to one charity instead of splitting everything up. Pick up from Arthur’s Seat.’

‘Think of refugee housing or shelters for women and children. Be open to suggestions. Thanks.’

Bec said the new pad will feature Patagonia, a quartzite stone from South America and supplied by Melbourne company Signorino.  In the photo: a designer's impression of the completed kitchen with a breakfast island

Bec said the new pad will feature Patagonia, a quartzite stone from South America and supplied by Melbourne company Signorino.  In the photo: a designer's impression of the completed kitchen with a breakfast island

Bec said the new pad will feature Patagonia, a quartzite stone from South America and supplied by Melbourne company Signorino. In the photo: the designer’s impression of the completed kitchen with a breakfast island

Rebecca and Chris, 40, bought their sprawling Main Ridge estate in 2016 for $1.2 million, while they also own a $7.3 million mansion in Brighton, Melbourne.

In August 2022, their plans to modernize the shelter to create a “remote, modern, rural escape” were approved by the Mornington Peninsula Shire, The Herald Sun reported at the time.

Located not far from a country road near the small town of Arthurs Seat, the bush estate is home to towering trees, ferns and native plants.

The idyllic country house also features gardens, an orchard and a vegetable garden.

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