Not everyone can say they live in a home featured in a hit Netflix show.
But if you buy 7 Burlington St, Golden Grove, owned by Yummy Mummies star Maria DiGeronimo and her partner Carlos Vannini, you can.
The couple, who separated after the program aired but have since reunited, bought the home four years ago and Ms DiGeronimo said it had been a great place to raise their daughter, Instagram star Valentina, 2.
“It was a quiet cul-de-sac and we thought it would be nice and safe for a child,” Ms DiGeronimo said. “Everything about it brought me to the idea of bringing up a family in that area.
“We worked so hard to get that house and we transformed it and put our heart and soul into it and it was a big thing for me because I’d gone from living at home to living in a big house.”
Once bustling with the excitement of production activity of the Seven network show, Ms DiGeronimo said it was time for it to be enjoyed by a new family.
“I think subconsciously it’s become a place where we filmed and no longer our home,” she said.
“Another family could create a wonderful family home there, but because we’ve done the show there I feel like it’s time to move forward. I think as Valentina’s getting older we want to be closer to family and closer to Carlos’s work – he’s a barber in the Newton area.”
The two-storey home, on the market through LJ Hooker St Peters, features four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a double garage and is set on a 984sq m block.
Ms DiGeronimo says the family have loved their time in Golden Grove, but it was time for them to move on to the next stage of their lives.
“With everything, sometimes it’s just a stepping stone to where you need to go and move forward to,” she said. “We never know, we might look at moving actually interstate or overseas, we’ve got ideas.”
The property will be auctioned on Saturday, February 23.