Next stop, The Block? Richmond coach Damien Hardwick and girlfriend Alexandra Crow start renovations on their newly-purchased $2.3 million terrace in Melbourne
Richmond Tigers coach Damien Hardwick and girlfriend Alexandra Crow have started renovations on their newly-purchased $2.3 million home.
The couple have also started an Instagram page to update fans on the old property’s transformation into a chic family home.
‘This beauty was built in 1880 in beautiful Elwood. She’s bruised but not broken,’ one of their Instagram posts read.
Next stop, The Block? Richmond Tigers coach Damien Hardwick (pictured) and girlfriend Alexandra Crow have started renovating their $2.3 million terrace in Melbourne’s Elwood – while keeping fans updated on the progress via Instagram
‘Converted into two apartments, both two bedroom and one bath – top and bottom with an external staircase.’
The post went on to reveal the couple’s short and long term goals for the renovation process.
‘The short term plan is to give her a spruce up both internally and externally and utilise her flexibility. Long term plan…convert her back to one, honouring her heritage and original features whilst moulding her modern,’ they wrote.
Restoration: ‘This beauty was built in 1880 in beautiful Elwood. She’s bruised but not broken,’ one of their Instagram posts reads
Couple: The Richmond Tigers coach (left) was confirmed to be in a relationship with Crow (right) in January when they were spotted walking together
‘She is stunning and her foundations are in great condition. She has SO much potential and we can’t wait to eventually bring her little soul back to life.’
The couple purchased the house for $2.3 million in the Melbourne suburb of Elwood in June.
The home features four bedrooms and two bathrooms with spacious open living and dining areas.
Glam: The post goes on to say while the apartments were to be scrapped, with the house being transformed into one glamorous family home
Deep pockets: The couple purchased the house for $2.3 million in the Melbourne suburb of Elwood in June
The two separate residences are split into a ground floor residence and first floor one.
The property is enriched with an updated kitchen with high-end gas appliances, original fireplaces, central bathrooms, timber floors and exquisite high ceilings.
Owners are met with an Alfresco timber deck, backyard with a wide nature backdrop and remote garage parking with space for two vehicles.
Light-filled: The bedrooms are large and filled with natural light
Damien Hardwick’s relationship with Alexandra Crow comes after he separated from his wife Danielle last year.
The Tigers coach and his ex-wife share three kids together.
Crow was previously in a relationship with Carlton Football Club executive Daniel Giese, with whom she owned a $1.2 million dollar home in Ascot Vale.
Split: Damien Hardwick’s relationship with Alexandra Crow comes after he separated from his wife Danielle (pictured) last year. The Tigers coach and his ex-wife share three kids together