High-profile celebrities battle it out over stunning $14million mansion in Brighton

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Who will be Bec Judd’s new neighbour? High-profile celebrities battle it out over stunning $14million mansion in upmarket Melbourne suburb of Brighton

High-profile celebrities are battling it out over an incredible mansion in the upmarket Melbourne suburb of Brighton.

According to Realestate.com.au, four AFL stars have expressed interested in the incredible property, which has been listed for $13 to $14.3million via private sale.

The stunning home was built in 1926 and boasts five bedrooms and two bathrooms on approximately 2,135sqm.

Who will be Bec Judd's (pictured) new neighbour? High-profile celebrities battle it out over stunning $14million mansion in upmarket Melbourne suburb of Brighton

Who will be Bec Judd’s (pictured) new neighbour? High-profile celebrities battle it out over stunning $14million mansion in upmarket Melbourne suburb of Brighton

The property also features a tennis court and a gas-heated swimming pool.

The spacious master bedroom has traditional high ceilings, a dressing room and a twin vanity ensuite.

There’s also a separate self-contained studio on the two-title block, which has access to the pool.

Who will buy it? According to Realestate.com.au, four AFL stars have expressed interested in the incredible property, which has been listed for $13m to $14.3million via private sale

Who will buy it? According to Realestate.com.au, four AFL stars have expressed interested in the incredible property, which has been listed for $13m to $14.3million via private sale

Incredible: The stunning home was built in 1926 and boasts five bedrooms and two bathrooms on approximately 2,135sqm

Incredible: The stunning home was built in 1926 and boasts five bedrooms and two bathrooms on approximately 2,135sqm

Eview Group agent Akshay Chawla said the buyer will probably build a new home on the site as there are no heritage protections.

‘I think a high-profile buyer will knock it down and put a $5m home on it, and keep the tennis court. By the looks of it at the moment, that’s what people are thinking.’

Mr Chawla added: ‘It’s one of the biggest blocks in the Golden Mile of Brighton… there’s nothing in Brighton with half an acre of land.’

Spacious: The master bedroom has traditional high ceilings, a dressing room and a twin vanity ensuite

Spacious: The master bedroom has traditional high ceilings, a dressing room and a twin vanity ensuite

Additional space: There's also a separate self-contained studio on the two-title block, which has access to the pool and tennis court

Additional space: There’s also a separate self-contained studio on the two-title block, which has access to the pool and tennis court

Meanwhile, Rebecca Judd and her husband, Chris Judd, transformed their Spanish colonial-style Melbourne mansion in Brighton after buying it for $7.3million in March 2018.

They replaced its dated aesthetic and apricot colour palette, and added modern touches like gold brass fittings, marble and steel doors.

The couple kept the home’s defining architectural feature – its arches – and used this shape as a theme throughout the interior.

The home has a gym, a tennis court that can be turned into ‘a footy oval or cricket pitch’, and a magnesium salt pool.

Luxury: Meanwhile, Bec Judd and her husband, Chris Judd, transformed their Spanish colonial-style Melbourne mansion in Brighton (pictured) after buying it for $7.3million in March 2018

Luxury: Meanwhile, Bec Judd and her husband, Chris Judd, transformed their Spanish colonial-style Melbourne mansion in Brighton (pictured) after buying it for $7.3million in March 2018

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