The Block Shelley Craft buys a $800,000 beachside cottage for renovation project

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The Block’s Shelley Craft has become formidable property flipper both on-screen and in her downtime.  

And the 44-year-old is said to have recently purchased her newest renovation project – a drab beachside cottage near Coffs Harbour, New South Wales.  

According to The Sunday Telegraph this week, the TV star and her her property agent husband Christian Sergiacomi snapped up the modest home for $800,000. 

Watch this space! The Block Shelley Craft, 44, has reportedly splashed out on a drab $800K beachside cottage for her newest renovation project. Pictured: Shelley Craft and husband Christian Sergiacomi

 Watch this space! The Block Shelley Craft, 44, has reportedly splashed out on a drab $800K beachside cottage for her newest renovation project. Pictured: Shelley Craft and husband Christian Sergiacomi

The unremarkable home features two bedrooms, an original pine kitchen with a brick fireplace and a modest-sized living area. 

The two bedrooms are of medium size with the property sitting on 405sqm of beachfront property in Wooli, a hamlet near Coffs Harbour. 

Shelley has not spoken about how she plans to renovate the modest weekender, and is yet to submit a development application for the property. 

That view! The two bedrooms are of medium size with the property sitting on 405sqm of beachfront property in Wooli, a hamlet near Coffs Harbour

That view! The two bedrooms are of medium size with the property sitting on 405sqm of beachfront property in Wooli, a hamlet near Coffs Harbour 

Old world: Shelley has not spoken about how she plans to renovate the modest weekender (pictured)

Old world: Shelley has not spoken about how she plans to renovate the modest weekender (pictured) 

The purchase comes after Shelley transformed another beach cottage in Byron Bay earlier this year.  

The transformation of the 1950s property took The Block host and husband Christian just nine weeks to complete, according to Domain.  

Part of the makeover involved maintaining some of the original details, but the interior was remodelled to accommodate for open plan layout. 

Makeover: The purchase comes after Shelley transformed another beach cottage in Byron Bay (pictured) earlier this year

Makeover: The purchase comes after Shelley transformed another beach cottage in Byron Bay (pictured) earlier this year 

Shelley explained that every wall, ceiling and external cladding was replaced to give  the single storey house a fresh look.   

‘This 70-year-old home that once had a very tired look to it has had a total refresh while maintaining the character and charm of the original,’ she said. 

The exterior of the home features an eye-catching bright blue hue with white accents on the roof, drain pipe and window frames. 

‘The home was a striking blue colour when we bought it and we wanted to have some fun this time around, so we’ve chosen to stick with that colour palette but opt for a more subdued blue,’ she said. 

It also features a deck at the front, perfect for welcoming guests into the property. 

Brand new again! The transformation of the 1950s property took The Block host and husband Christian just nine weeks to complete, according to Domain. Shelley is pictured with Christian and their daughters Milla and Eadie

Brand new again! The transformation of the 1950s property took The Block host and husband Christian just nine weeks to complete, according to Domain. Shelley is pictured with Christian and their daughters Milla and Eadie

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