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Chris and Rebecca Judd face disappointing housing situation over the weekend.

Despite keen interest from their hundreds of thousands of Instagram followers, Rebecca and Chris Judd have failed to sell their four-storey Prahran townhouse over the weekend.

Listed with a starting price of $1.9 million, the recently renovated home – which boasts four bedrooms, multiple terraces and double garage – did not receive a single bid from the 30 plus prospective buyers who attended the Saturday auction.

Chris and Bec Judd with sons Darcy and Tom. Image via Instagram.

"Like any vendor they woke up hoping to sell but were well aware of what the response was every step of the way," McGrath Real Estate's Michael Townsend told the Herald Sun

"Chris is disappointed like anyone would be not to sell at auction but we’re confident it will be pretty soon," Townsend continued, adding that the agents are currently "in negotiations with one party from Sydney."

The famous couple put the townhouse on the market last month after documenting the renovation project on mum-of-four Bec's website, The Style School, which shared behind the scenes footage from internal construction to installation, and the interior decoration process.

Despite the weekend disappointment, the pair has said that they'll sell the home fully renovated (SWOON!) and donate a share of the final sale price to Windana, a St Kilda-based drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre.

The Judds lived in the Prahran townhouse for seven years after relocating from Perth.

If like the rest of us, you're wondering how Rebecca Judd juggles it all, you can find out on I Don't Know How She Does It below.

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