The former Homes Under The Hammer presenter published she in any case had the be offering authorized and was once excited to start designing the beach home.
Alongside a snap of herself posing beside a light-blue entrance door, Lucy mentioned: “I’ve been v busy not too long ago spending time having a look to shop for a bit of weekender through the ocean in #whistable as I wish to spend extra time with mum & dad.
“My Offer were given authorized this week so now not lengthy now sooner than I get started the renovation procedure.”(sic)
Lucy added the hashtags: “#interiors #beachhouse #house #homedecor #whistablebeach #seasaltspray #whitstableharbour.”
One fan requested the property skilled whether or not she had purchased it in an public sale, in line with Homes Under The Hammer’s structure.
They wrote: “Please tell me you bought it at an auction…”
However, Lucy wasn’t ready to verify she did, and replied: “Errrrrr,” along a side-eyed emoji.
The fan answered: “I’m sooo disappointed lol.”(sic)
Lucy had many different replies to her put up, together with EastEnders actress, Tamzin Outhwaite, who performs Mel Owen within the BBC One cleaning soap, who commented: “Very excited for you darling.”
One follower shared: “Hope you have many happy memories there.”
A 3rd mentioned: “Welcome to Whitstable – the best decision I ever made!”
Lucy gave an concept on how she’s going to embellish her coastal house, when she instructed her 39,000 Instagram fans she was once viewing houses ultimate week.
The star, who surrender Homes Under The Hammer in 2016, had “soft blues, washed woods and linens with nautical accents” in thoughts.
Beside a surprising selfie of herself, Lucy mentioned: “I’ve had a thrilling few days doing what I LOVE essentially the most… viewing homes!!
“This time now not for a television display however for Meeeee! I’m searching for a cutesy little vacation house close to the ocean in Whitstable. I wish to get up and odor the salty sea air.”(sic)
Revealing her design concepts, Lucy went on: “Also I Feel like I want to get my tooth right into a beachy renovation mission… all of the cushy blues, washed woods and linens with some nautical accents thrown in is my temper.
“If I will weatherboard and paint it all of the higher! I will be able to stay you posted. (and naturally sign up for me for some Whitstable oysters..!!).”
Lucy spent this weekend in Whitstable with her circle of relatives and shared a contented photograph posing with her hum, the place she wrote: “Love for the Mumma.”
Homes Under The Hammer airs these days on BBC One from 10am.