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WAG Bec Judd reveals the ridiculously lavish feature being added to her Melbourne mansion

WAG Rebecca Judd recently revealed she had to pay a costly $50,000 to enlarge the size of her garage for her Range Rover. 

And on Tuesday, the glamorous mother-of-four revealed they will be no expense spared on the renovations of her $7.3 million Melbourne mansion.

Penning a column for Nine Honey, Bec revealed she is currently waiting on ‘pavers’ – paving supplies – to be shipped from Europe to complete the upstairs of her Spanish-style home.

‘They are coming on a boat from Europe’: WAG Bec Judd, 34, has revealed the ridiculously lavish feature being added to her Melbourne mansion after paying $50K to knock down a pillar

While most of the extensive renovations are nearly complete, Bec is waiting on flooring that is being sent over from Europe.   

‘We’re waiting on pavers. They are coming on a boat from somewhere in Europe. We’re at the pointy end!’ Bec said. 

The Postcards TV presenter explained the floorboards were going on in along with the ‘ground floor parquetry’ with the builders forced to line up the Chevrons.  

She went on to say arch windows have gone in the backyard clubhouse. 

Need: 'We're waiting on pavers. They are coming on a boat from somewhere in Europe,'  Bec revealed  she is having the flooring shipped from cross continent

Need: ‘We’re waiting on pavers. They are coming on a boat from somewhere in Europe,’  Bec revealed  she is having the flooring shipped from cross continent 

‘We’re finishing off painting. Once the floorboards are down, all the joinery can go over the top. I know the stone masons have been cutting the marble.’   

Bec has been keeping fans updated about the build, with her revealing a mistake in the garage cost her a whopping $50,000.    

Earlier this month, the footy WAG spoke to KIIS 101.1’s Jase and PJ about the new home in Melbourne she is renovating with her husband Chris.

Decadent: The Postcards TV presenter explained the floorboards were going on in along with the 'ground floor parquetry' with the builders forced to line up the Chevrons

 Decadent: The Postcards TV presenter explained the floorboards were going on in along with the ‘ground floor parquetry’ with the builders forced to line up the Chevrons

Hard work: 'We're finishing off painting. Once the floorboards are down, all the joinery can go over the top. I know the stone masons have been cutting the marble' Bec said of the build

Hard work: ‘We’re finishing off painting. Once the floorboards are down, all the joinery can go over the top. I know the stone masons have been cutting the marble’ Bec said of the build

In a rather revealing comment, she spoke of her surprise and disappointment that her Range Rover was too big to fit in the garage.

Rebecca said she ‘couldn’t even get the nose in’ when she tried to drive her luxury vehicle into the garage of her newly-purchased home.  

While she loves the multi-million property, the Postcards host said the garage issue was ‘a major snag’.

Extensive: Bec is re-modelling the stunning home, which has a Spanish style facade which offers plenty of room for her and Chris' entire family

Extensive: Bec is re-modelling the stunning home, which has a Spanish style facade which offers plenty of room for her and Chris’ entire family 

She explained that she and Chris, whose car also couldn’t fit inside, didn’t think to measure the garage when looking at houses back in early 2018.  

In order to fix the problem, Rebecca and Chris had to spend around $50,000 to ‘knock out the column’ so they could drive in and out.

The former weather presenter justified the decision by saying ‘it wouldn’t be a dream home if the cars were on the street!’

'The most important goal for this renovation was to create a house that ticked all the boxes in terms of what we needed for a functional family home," Bec said (pictured)

‘The most important goal for this renovation was to create a house that ticked all the boxes in terms of what we needed for a functional family home,” Bec said (pictured) 

Meanwhile, Rebecca offered fans a guided tour of her new home during an episode of Channel Nine’s The Style School.

‘We bought this house to accommodate our really big family,’ she said.

‘The most important goal for this renovation was to create a house that ticked all the boxes in terms of what we needed for a functional family home.

‘Bedrooms, bathrooms and enough living space so we weren’t on top of each other, but [also so] we could also really enjoy gorgeous family time together.’

Big enough for the family: Bec has said it is important to have space for the entire family. (From left) husband Chris, twins Tom and Darcy, 2, Oscar, 7, and Billie, 4

Big enough for the family: Bec has said it is important to have space for the entire family. (From left) husband Chris, twins Tom and Darcy, 2, Oscar, 7, and Billie, 4    

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