NUSH Nowak starred in the series in 2003 and now has his own TV-worthy home.
Nush, 44, appeared in the series, which is being viewed as a “back to basics” season by show bosses.
The producers even brought back BB1’s chicken coop and vegetable patch – ideal for yoga fanatics and nature lovers.
Now Nush has unveiled her own amazing pad.
Equipped with a stunning thatched roof and a flower-filled garden, the family cottage is a dream retreat from Nush’s new career as a TV editor.
On her Instagram account @DahliasOnMyDoorstep, Nush shared snaps of the idyllic home, giving her followers a glimpse of the incredible garden and some of her used homeware finds.
In a photo of the front of the house with a charming light blue front door, Nush wrote: “Blue skies over our little hat house. There are a lot of plants in these beds waiting for the evenings to warm up so they can do their work. “Thanks!”
The star also gushed about a fabulous second-hand treasure she picked up online.
Nush snapped a photo of the wooden dresser decorated with flower vases and decorative kitchenware and wrote, “We found a beautiful old dresser on Marketplace and I finally have a home for all my used dust collectors!”
“Garden dungeons are drying for work tomorrow and a picky tea tonight. Rolling on the weekend!”
She also shared her “rustic bathroom,” complete with a sleek freestanding tub, wood paneling and unique painted tiles.
Nush described: “Here is our new rustic bathroom! When we moved into the cottage we had a simple but unfinished small family bathroom.”
“We decided to knock it through and extend it so we have a window and a lot more space. I couldn’t live without a bath, I love a good bath after a day in the garden!”
“The wood is reclaimed and comes from @burgess_reclamation. If I could, I would cover the entire extension with it. I have a thing for log cabins and old sheds. The tiles are from @your_tiles and of course I really liked the flower.” Design.”
When he starred in the popular show, Nush had hoped to train the BB4 chickens in the circus, but failed.
However, she almost made it to the final.
Nush is now a mother, runs pottery workshops in Oxford and works as a TV editor.