Gawk at the Pics and Prices of These Stunning Homes From ‘The Block’

For the first time in its 19 seasons, The Block is unveiling the final facades of its properties at the outset. The look at the homes on Charming Street in Hampton East, Victoria, will give potential buyers, and its audience, a sneak peek at their big renovation reveals.

The freshly-renovated homes will go under the hammer in the season finale, with their price guides expected to far exceed the suburb’s $1.648 million median for a four-bedroom home.

Agent price guides on the homes on The Block, revealed by Domain, range from $2.2 million to $2.4 million for Steph and Gian’s house, to $2.7 million to $2.85 million for Eliza and Liberty’s house. The other three homes fall in the middle, with price guides of $2.5 million to $2.75 million.

House 1: Kyle and Leslie

Price guide: $2.5 million-$2.75 million

This light-filled, double-storey home has a self-contained studio that’s ideal for a teen, guests or visiting relatives. It boasts an ensuite bathroom with a curved feature ceiling, heated towel rails and olive green cabinetry that match the gorgeous tiling in the shower.

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House 2: Leah and Ash

Price guide $2.5 million-$2.75 million

The highlight of this home is the bathroom next to the garden’s studio. It features a curved ceiling that echoes the aesthetic of the main home, a velvety Venetian render wall and a monochromatic marble benchtop and splashback. Soft Art Deco lighting and brushed nickel tapware complete its look.

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House 3: Kristy and Brett

Price guide $2.5 million-$2.75 million

This property was transformed from its modest 1950s structure to a house with the largest footprint on the show. It now encompasses four bedrooms, a studio, and four bathrooms. The guest bathroom with a rainfall shower and underfloor heating uses a pink and neutral colour palette, with brushed gold tapware that infuses a hint of opulence.

18 Charming Street

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House 4: Steph and Gian

Price guide: $2.2 million-$2.4 million

This five-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home blends Japanese aesthetic touches with Scandinavian. It includes several open-plan living rooms, an expansive backyard, and enough space out front to fit five cars. The home’s design was created with sustainability in mind.

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House 5: Eliza and Liberty

Price guide $2.7 million-$2.85 million

This five-bedroom, 4.5 bathroom Mid-Century home boasts a 7-star energy efficiency, so you’ll save money living there, in the long run. Its rooms feature earthy textures and raked ceilings, and the property itself is one of the biggest blocks of land in the season, with around 632sqm of land.

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