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Beith Street Melbourne home featured in Beyonce’s No Angel music video sells

From Halo to HELLO! Dilapidated shack used in the backdrop of a Beyoncé music video is completely transformed into a dream home

  • Rundown shack featured in Beyonce music video sells for around $1.22million
  • Three-bedroom Beith Street home appeared in 2013 music video, ‘No Angel’
  • Paint chipped property looked to be on its last legs when it appeared in video
  • Though stunning transformation turned ramshackle home into dream property 

A rundown shack that featured in a Beyonce music video has been revived into a dream home and sold for more than $1 million.

The three-bedroom period home on Beith Street, in Melbourne, set the backdrop in the 2013 music video, ‘No Angel’. 

The paint-chipped property looked to be standing on its last legs as a white-clad Beyonce posed in front of it.  

A rundown shack that featured in a Beyonce music video has been revived into a dream home and sold for more than $1 million

The three-bedroom period home on Beith Street, in Melbourne, set the backdrop in the 2013 music video, 'No Angel'

 The three-bedroom period home on Beith Street, in Melbourne, set the backdrop in the 2013 music video, ‘No Angel’

A beat-up gas oven and rundown sink were the main features of the dilapidated kitchen

A beat-up gas oven and rundown sink were the main features of the dilapidated kitchen

A rickety fence bordered the home while rotten, timber beams propped up the rusted tin roof.

The decay completely gutted the interior of the home with mould-stained linoleum floors and walls. 

A beat-up gas oven and rundown sink were the main features of the dilapidated kitchen.  

Fast forward seven years and the house has miraculously become one of the hottest properties on the quiet Melbourne street – thanks in part to its full-blown transformation.

Light-filled rooms and a beefed-up security system are just a couple of the newest features in the modern revival of the home.   

A combined kitchen and dining room adds to the openness of the layout, while completely varnished and refurbished timber floors lend a hand to the home’s sweeping change of character.

Fast forward seven years and the house has miraculously become one of the hottest properties on the quiet Melbourne street - thanks in part to its full-blown transformation

Fast forward seven years and the house has miraculously become one of the hottest properties on the quiet Melbourne street – thanks in part to its full-blown transformation

A combined kitchen and dining room adds to the openness of the layout, while completely varnished and refurbished timber floors lend a hand to home's sweeping change of character

A combined kitchen and dining room adds to the openness of the layout, while completely varnished and refurbished timber floors lend a hand to home’s sweeping change of character

The stunning transformation has made the home a celebrity in its own right and was set for auction for May 30.

The popular house drew in a raft of early offers from keen homebuyers. 

‘I don’t know if they are fans of Beyonce,’ Nelson Alexander’s Carl Sacco told Realestate.com.

‘But it is a really good house and they (the vendors) have done a really good reno[vation] there.’

A local resident is believed to have scooped up the house for $1.22million. 

The paint-chipped property looked to be standing on its last legs as a white-clad Beyonce posed in front of it

The paint-chipped property looked to be standing on its last legs as a white-clad Beyonce posed in front of it

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