Friday, September 17

The Block 2021 Charts: Sales Prices Revealed As Homes Hit The Market


Homes from The Block’s fans vs faves series have hit the market with multi-million dollar price tags. Image: supplied, channel 9


The Block’s fans vs faves series has delivered drama, scandal, laughs, and some Bayside dream homes that have now officially hit the market.

This season’s Hampton homes are online for prospective buyers to review, but only in part, as the full-home reveals have yet to be aired on television.

Four out of five of the listings have the same price guide of $ 2.6 million to $ 2.8 million. The fifth, the only two-story property that is being transformed by fans Kirsty and Jesse, has been listed for $ 3.2 million to $ 3.4 million.

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The properties are less expensive than last year’s prices, which started at $ 3.2 million to $ 3.4 million, making them more familiar.

Michael Townsend of McGrath St Kilda, representing returning favorites Mitch and Mark, said the homes would appeal to local buyers looking to upgrade to a new, larger family home.

“This (price) is the new norm for Hampton, Bayside real estate,” he said.

Ray White Cheltenham director Kevin Chokshi, who makes his first appearance on The Block portraying twin brothers Josh and Luke, teased that the best revelations were yet to come.

“The houses look great and the guys are putting on a great show themselves,” he said.

“Wait until you see the bathroom, it’s the next level.”

Take a look inside the listings and see the rooms that have already been revealed.

JOSH AND LUCAS

10 Bronte Court, Hampton

Price guide: $ 2.6m- $ 2.8m

Listing Agency: Ray White Cheltenham (Kevin Chokshi, Elise Russell)

Josh and Luke in their winning room.  Image: supplied, channel 9

Josh and Luke in their winning room. Image: supplied, channel 9


Luke and Josh's bathroom didn't impress the judges.  Image: Supplied Channel 9

Luke and Josh’s bathroom didn’t impress the judges. Image: Supplied Channel 9


Twin brothers and ex-heartbeat from Love Island, Luke and Josh, have come out dancing with their “soul-awakening home sweet home” as described in Ray White’s list.

The dynamic duo took a huge risk by converting the space allocated for a garage into a master wing, wowing the judges and winning the challenge of revealing the room.

Overlooking the garden and pool, the suite receives plenty of sunlight and features a large walk-in closet with glass screen Kinsman robes and a concealed double door that opens to the yet to be revealed indoor and outdoor bath.

The boys’ master bath, a Jack and Jill-style multi-access room, features beautiful woods, stone-inspired Venetian plaster, brass, and marble, per listing.

KIRSTY AND JESSE

1 Bronte Court, Hampton

Price Guide: $ 3.2 million- $ 3.4 million

Listing Agency: Buxton Brighton (Michelle Gaget, Halli Moore)

Kirsty and Jesse's finished room was green instead of their signature blue.  Image: supplied, channel 9

Kirsty and Jesse’s finished room was green instead of their signature blue. Image: supplied, channel 9


Kirsty and Jesse's bathroom.  Image: Supplied Channel 9

Kirsty and Jesse’s bathroom. Image: Supplied Channel 9


Husband and wife duo Kirsty and Jesse have created a luxurious seaside retreat with “contemporary elegance” after taking over the only two-story property in The Block.

Fans, who have changed a handful of homes in the past, have used a “high-end Hamptons aesthetic” throughout their upper-level guest bedroom, according to the ad.

They have also included plantation shutters and a “seaside inspired graphic feature wall” paired with shades of blue, a walk-in closet and a “designer” bathroom.

The couple’s master bathroom has a skylight, floating stone sink, dual-head rainfall shower, and underfloor heating.

Your master bedroom is described as “luxury on a grand scale”.

Includes pastel hues, scalloped wall panels, velvet headboard, and framed TV-mirror, per listing.

TANYA AND VITO

8 Bronte Court, Hampton

Price guide: $ 2.6m- $ 2.8m

Listed Agency: The Agency (Jesse Raeburn, Christine Henderson)

Tanya and Vito's quirky bedroom wowed the judges, but their closets were disappointed.  Image: supplied, channel 9

Tanya and Vito’s quirky bedroom wowed the judges, but their closets were disappointed. Image: supplied, channel 9


Tanya and Vito's bathroom with an offensive $ 200 bath mat. Image: Supplied Channel 9

Tanya and Vito’s bathroom with an offensive $ 200 bath mat. Image: Supplied Channel 9


The Block’s newcomers Tanya and Vito have balanced “old with new” to transform a mid-century modern home.

The couple’s guest bedroom features high ceilings, a wood-paneled wall, and floor-to-ceiling Kinsman cabinets.

In the master bathroom, a “day spa luxury” has been created with terrazzo and elegant pink tiles, a walk-in shower, a bathtub, a floating vanity with peach sinks, a skylight and underfloor heating.

Meanwhile, in her master bedroom, a custom Oompii headboard leans against a “subtle palm tree graphic wallpaper.”

Also featured are an original Stegbar glass window, high ceilings, skylights, engineered wood floors, and a walk-in closet with “elegant, closed storage,” according to the listing.

MITCH AND BRAND

4 Bronte Court, Hampton

Price guide: $ 2.6m- $ 2.8m

Listing Agency: McGrath St Kilda (Michael Townsend, Josh Stirling)

Mitch and Mark next to the bed that Neale Whitaker has considered the best dress he has ever seen.  Image: supplied, channel 9

Mitch and Mark next to the bed that Neale Whitaker has considered the best dress he has ever seen. Image: supplied, channel 9


Mark and Mitch's winning bathroom brings back the pizzazz that was lacking in last week's guest bedroom.  Image: Supplied Channel 9

Mark and Mitch’s winning bathroom brings back the pizzazz that was lacking in last week’s guest bedroom. Image: Supplied Channel 9


Block pros Mitch and Mark, who competed on the show’s The Oslo series in St Kilda, returned to the show this year to create a “sanctuary,” said Michael Townsend of McGrath.

Your guest bedroom combines custom accessories and soft pink tones with natural light from the skylights above.

Also included are a study nook and built-in lighted robes, depending on the listing.

The duo’s master bathroom, which won the show’s week two challenge, “brings the glamor” with features including a deep soaking tub, oak vanity, antiqued brass fixtures, and a colored fan-tiled wall. Norwegian rose.

The north-facing master bedroom resembles a “blissful retreat,” with soothing monochromatic tones and sage green, three skylights, a custom headboard, and a mirrored television.

The ad says the room is “a fashionista’s delight for its size, storage and design,” with an upgraded walk-in closet, Kinsman shelving and a full-length mirror.

RONNIE AND GEORGIA

2 Bronte Court, Hampton

Price guide: $ 2.6m- $ 2.8m

Listing Agency: Belle Property Sandringham (David Wood, Jenny Dwyer)

The Ronnie and Georgia courtroom impressed the judges with its high ceilings.  Image: supplied, channel 9

The Ronnie and Georgia courtroom impressed the judges with its high ceilings. Image: supplied, channel 9


Ronnie and Georgia's second place to go to the bathroom.  Image: Supplied Channel 9

Ronnie and Georgia’s bathroom, which took second place. Image: Supplied Channel 9


After starring in The Block’s 2017 Elsternwick series, Ronnie and Georgia are thinking “outside the square” with their latest creation on the show.

The couple, who move houses for a living, took a corner block for the house.

They created a winning guest room with an “instantly inviting… restrained color palette and streamlined cabinets,” according to the listing.

Also included are soft pinks and eye-catching artwork, wardrobes, an upholstered gas-lift bed, and Caesarstone-topped oak-paneled cabinets.

The master bathroom has a freestanding bathtub, a wooden vanity with a stone top, a large mirror, a skylight, and brass faucets.

The master bedroom features 6m high ceilings, scalloped vertical panels, an upholstered bed, rattan and wood sideboard and side tables, and a Samsung Frame TV that “becomes a work of art”.

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