Ben and Danielle Edgeworth were runners up in the TV series, House Rules. Picture: Tara Croser.THE Brisbane home of House Rules runners up Ben and Danielle Edgeworth has fetched more than double what the reality stars paid for it.The four-bedroom, two-bathroom property at 18 David Street was a runner-up on the 2015 series of the show and has just sold for $1.0825 million. Ben and Danielle Edgeworth have just sold their home in Morningside. Picture: Tara Croser.The house rules were simple — they wanted it styled “preppy eclectic” and with a mix of old and new pieces. The entry was to be quiet but showy, while they wanted to maintain a hint of “ski chalet” in the living room. The kitchen in the house at 18 David St, Morningside.And they wanted a dressing room “to die for”.Records show the couple paid $482,000 for the tired, brick house in 2011, but invested another $200,000 to revamp the floorplan after the show finished as they were unhappy with the end result.T More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoOne of the bathrooms in the house at 18 David St, Morningside.he had put it on the market with a price guide of between $1.075 million and $1.15 million.The couple is already on to another project, having bought a fixer-upper in the sought-after suburb of Bulimba for $820,000 in October.They also own another house in Morningside, which they paid $610,000 for in 2016. Inside the renovated home at 18 David St, Morningside.