Steph Claire Smith spends $7million on ‘Palm Springs’ home in Brighton East

Steph Claire Smith spends $7million on Palm Springs-inspired home in Brighton East after making a $1million profit in the same ritzy suburb

Steph Claire Smith and her husband Josh Miller have splashed out $7million on a mid-century Palm Springs-inspired home in Brighton East, Melbourne.

The fitness influencer, 29, and her photographer beau made the off-market purchase in May before settling in August, according to public records.

The sale was led by Fredman Property Group Brighton boss Joel Fredman, reports Realestate.com.au

Steph Claire Smith (left) and her husband Josh Miller (right) have splashed out $7million on a mid-century Palm Springs-inspired home in Brighton East, Melbourne

Steph Claire Smith (left) and her husband Josh Miller (right) have splashed out $7million on a mid-century Palm Springs-inspired home in Brighton East, Melbourne 

Social media photos show Steph and Josh enjoying the summer months by the pool of their luxurious new property, alongside their 20-month-old son Harvey.

The four-bedroom house features a steam room, kitchen with stone benchtops, and a north-facing balcony with views of the pool and back garden. 

The couple haven’t moved far from their last property and in fact remained in the same suburb, after making a $1million profit on their previous Brighton East home.

Social media photos show Steph and Josh enjoying the summer months by the pool of their luxurious new property, alongside their 20-month-old son Harvey

Social media photos show Steph and Josh enjoying the summer months by the pool of their luxurious new property, alongside their 20-month-old son Harvey 

The four-bedroom house features a steam room, kitchen with stone benchtops, and a north-facing balcony with views of the pool and back garden

The four-bedroom house features a steam room, kitchen with stone benchtops, and a north-facing balcony with views of the pool and back garden 

It sold in June for a whopping $3.455million, netting the couple a profit of $980,000.

Their former home sits on 692sqm and has three bedrooms, a resort-style dining pool, alfresco dining area and huge walk-in wardrobe.

Steph said in November she wanted to keep the reason behind the sale private, adding that she and Josh were staying at her parents’ house until they could move into their ‘dream home’.

The fitness influencer, 29, and her photographer beau made the off-market purchase in May before settling in August, according to public records

The fitness influencer, 29, and her photographer beau made the off-market purchase in May before settling in August, according to public records 

The couple haven't moved far from their last property and in fact remained in the same suburb, after making a $1million profit on their previous Brighton East home

The couple haven’t moved far from their last property and in fact remained in the same suburb, after making a $1million profit on their previous Brighton East home 

Gary Peer Caulfield North director Leon Gouzenfiter told News.com.au the home sold for ‘comfortably a couple of hundred thousand above reserve’.

‘Four or five families competed and it was purchased by a local family that was very familiar with the area,’ Mr Gouzenfiter said.

‘They were happy to buy something that was really nice and not have to go through a build process, especially with the uncertainty of building prices.’

Steph and Josh only bought their former Brighton East property four years ago, after it was originally made as a display home.

Their former home, sits on 692sqm and has three bedrooms, sold in June for $3.455m, netting the couple a profit of $980,000. (Pictured: Steph and her business partner Laura Henshaw)

Their former home, sits on 692sqm and has three bedrooms, sold in June for $3.455m, netting the couple a profit of $980,000. (Pictured: Steph and her business partner Laura Henshaw)

Steph said in November she wanted to keep the reason behind the sale private, adding that she and Josh were staying at her parents' house until they could move into their 'dream home'

Steph said in November she wanted to keep the reason behind the sale private, adding that she and Josh were staying at her parents’ house until they could move into their ‘dream home’ 

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