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MKR’s Zana Pali and Gianni Romano show off Melbourne home

They’re the ambitious young lawyers who whizzed around in a Porsche on the 2016 season of My Kitchen Rules.

And it turns out Zana Pali and Gianni Romano’s new Melbourne mansion is just as luxurious as their automobile.

On her popular blog, 26-year-old Zana treated fans to a full look at both the interior and the exterior of their jaw-dropping abode which she claims is ‘built the way Gianni and I like it!’

Their mansion rules! 2016 My Kitchen Rules couple Zana Pali and Gianno Romano have showed off their new Melbourne pad, which is flush with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, self-contained studio and heated swimming pool

Model millennials: While most millennials can barely afford to fork up $15 for a brunch of smashed avocado on toast, the married lawyers are proud owners of the Melbourne address 

Model millennials: While most millennials can barely afford to fork up $15 for a brunch of smashed avocado on toast, the married lawyers are proud owners of the Melbourne address 

While most millennials can barely afford to fork up $15 for a brunch of smashed avocado on toast, married lawyers Zana and Gianni are proud owners of the four bedroom property, which features a lap pool and a self-contained studio above a double garage.

Last year the super ambitious power couple told New Idea they hope to pay off their mortgage in just FIVE years.

The exterior of the very contemporary home, located in south Melbourne, features white rendering and stylish black powder-coat framed doors.

Full frontal: The exterior of the very contemporary home, located in south Melbourne, features white rendering and stylish black powder-coat framed doors

Full frontal: The exterior of the very contemporary home, located in south Melbourne, features white rendering and stylish black powder-coat framed doors

Backyard beauty: The backyard is just as trendy, with a small patch of grass beside a paved patio perfect for summer barbecuing

Backyard beauty: The backyard is just as trendy, with a small patch of grass beside a paved patio perfect for summer barbecuing

A cyprus pine fence, designed by Zana herself, adds some natural elements to the chic and sleek front of the property.

The backyard is just as trendy, with a small patch of grass beside a paved patio perfect for summer barbecuing.

Writing on her blog, Zana revealed the luxurious lap pool has gas heating which can take the water temperatures up to 40 degrees, making it ‘the perfect hot spa for winter nights’.

Stylish! The inside of the home lives up to expectations, with Zana's flair for interior design on full display

Stylish! The inside of the home lives up to expectations, with Zana’s flair for interior design on full display

Italian Stallion: A life size black horse lamp, which Gianni has nicknamed 'The Italian Stallion', looks out onto the heated lap pool

Italian Stallion: A life size black horse lamp, which Gianni has nicknamed ‘The Italian Stallion’, looks out onto the heated lap pool

Chic and sleek: Dark polished floorboards and a marble fireplace are complemented by a faux zebra skin rug

Chic and sleek: Dark polished floorboards and a marble fireplace are complemented by a faux zebra skin rug

A snap of their double garage reveals that they have also added to their car collection, with an Audi seen parked alongside their silver Porsche.

The inside of the home lives up to expectations, with Zana’s flair for interior design on full display.

Dark polished floorboards and a marble fireplace are complemented by a faux zebra skin rug and a life size black horse lamp, which Gianni has nicknamed ‘The Italian Stallion’.  

Where the magic happens: One bedroom features a glass-front wardrobe which gives a glimpse into Zana's enviable wardrobe, chock full of designer dresses and shoes

Where the magic happens: One bedroom features a glass-front wardrobe which gives a glimpse into Zana’s enviable wardrobe, chock full of designer dresses and shoes

Rub-a-dub-dub!  Lucky Zana and Gianni can unwind from their hectic days in a huge oval bathtub that prominently features in one of the abode's en suites

Rub-a-dub-dub!  Lucky Zana and Gianni can unwind from their hectic days in a huge oval bathtub that prominently features in one of the abode’s en suites

The generous beauty even shared a photograph of what appears to be the master bedroom, located upstairs.

A glass-front wardrobe even gives an a glimpse into Zana’s enviable wardrobe, chock full of designer dresses and shoes.

Also on the second level of the home are several of the home’s four bathrooms, all finished off with floor-to-ceiling porcelain tiles.

Lucky Zana and Gianni can unwind from their hectic days in a huge oval bathtub that prominently features in one of the abode’s en suites.

Their kitchen rules! No expense has been spared on the luxurious cooking space, complete with all the best appliances

Their kitchen rules! No expense has been spared on the luxurious cooking space, complete with all the best appliances

Marble magic: Zana also told her fans on her blog that the black marble island bench was 'the statement piece in the home and had to be big enough for me to roll out pastries

Marble magic: Zana also told her fans on her blog that the black marble island bench was ‘the statement piece in the home and had to be big enough for me to roll out pastries

Last but not least, the culinary couple have made sure that their kitchen most definitely rules.

No expense has been spared on the luxurious cooking space, complete with all the best appliances.

Zana also told her fans on her blog that the black marble island bench was ‘the statement piece in the home and had to be big enough for me to roll out pastries’.

The couple previously lived in a $2 million pad in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton.

Inside out: The home also features an on-trend wall of potted plants blending the indoor and outdoor living spaces

Inside out: The home also features an on-trend wall of potted plants blending the indoor and outdoor living spaces

 

 

 

 

 



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