Fitness influencer Steph Claire Smith sells her Brighton East home

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Model and influencer Steph Claire Smith has sold her Brighton East house.

Fitness influencer Steph Claire Smith and husband Josh Miller’s Brighton East home has gained almost $1m in three years.

The social media power couple, who combined have more than 1.6m Instagram followers, purchased the 1A Hopkins St pad in 2019 for $2.475m, according to CoreLogic records.

Since then, the pair welcomed their first child together — now one-year-old son, Harvey — and put the four-bedroom house on the market in May.

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Steph Claire Smith (left) with fellow Keep It Cleaner co-founder, Laura Henshaw. Picture: Supplied

The Brighton East home features a resort-style swimming pool and alfresco dining area.

The Instagram influencer’s home sold for more than $3m in June.

While the Keep It Cleaner app and podcast founder declined to comment on the sale, she told her 1.5m Instagram followers last week she had fielded a number of questions about their decision to move, which she explained “she wanted to keep private”.

But the Melbourne-based influencer did reveal she and Mr Miller had “found their dream home” and were currently staying at her parents’ house until they moved.

The 692sq m property went under the hammer in June, when it sold for a huge $3.455m after a lengthy hour-long auction.

Gary Peer Caulfield North director Leon Gouzenfiter would not comment on the sale price but said it sold “comfortably a couple of hundred thousand (dollars) above reserve”.

“Four or five families competed and it was purchased by a local family that was very familiar with the area,” Mr Gouzenfiter said.

“They were happy to buy something that was really nice and not have to go through a build process, especially with the uncertainty of building prices.”

Influencer, and Keep It Cleaner app and podcast founder Steph Claire Smith and husband Josh Miller recently sold their Brighton East home. Picture: Stephanie Miller/Instagram

The stylish kitchen at the Brighton East pad.

And huge walk-in wardrobe.

The recently-sold Brighton East digs was only built four years ago, originally as a display home, and boasts a number of stylish features — including a Caesarstone benchtop kitchen with a butler’s pantry, a resort-style pool and undercover alfresco dining space.

Three bedrooms, one with an ensuite, are found upstairs, while the main bedroom lies on the ground floor, featuring a glamorous ensuite and spacious walk-in wardrobe.

“It’s a very bright home with lots of glass, and it had really beautiful landscaping,” Mr Gouzenfiter added.

“The landscaping has now matured with established trees which makes it all very private … and the home itself was architect designed so it was done really well.”

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