Sam and Snezana Wood may have been living it up in the Bachelor mansion on The Bachelor Australia back in 2015, but seven years on, the franchise’s golden couple have amassed quite the impressive property portfolio of their own.
Since leaving the show, Sam has amassed a real estate portfolio estimated to be worth over $10 million.
The homes have been accrued as both his family and fortune have grown at large. Sam and Snezana have welcomed three children together and the fitness trainer’s business – 28 By Sam Wood – recently sold for a mammoth $71 million.
It’s safe to say Sam and Snez are doing pretty well for themselves so why not splash some of that cash on homes fit to rival the Bachelor mansion itself?
Sam Wood’s Main Mansion
Sam’s main mansion is a $3.3 million property that he and Snezana bought in 2018.
The Elsternwick home is where they reside with their four daughters, Eve, 16, (Snez’s daughter from a previous relationship), Willow, four, Charlie, two, and Harper, zero.
The grand Victorian residence features an impressive nine (!!!) rooms, which include four larger bedrooms and an open-plan living area (with alfresco dining, OFC).
It also features a sweet swimming pool and modern finishings, as well as a YUGE skylight in the kitchen.
Sam and Snezana’s Family Holiday Home
In addition to their main residence, the Wood family have a SECOND home tucked away in the stunning beachy locale of Mt Martha.
Set on 2440 square metres of land, Sam’s mini-mansion is the perfect place for a chilled family getaway – and it *only* cost a cool $2.7 million.
The four-bed home is close to the local shops and Yacht club. Nice!
The coastal abode features a spacious living and dining space, complete with a gas log fire.
Sam Wood’s First Home
While young Aussies today may have to cough up close to a mil for a city apartment, Sam snapped up his first home back in 2014 – just before he rose to fame on The Bachelor — for only $477,500.
The two-bedroom unit is situated in a quaint block in the Melbourne suburb of Carnegie, and now holds an estimated value of approximately $600,000.
Three years later, the 41-year-old snapped up a three-bed cottage in Broadford for $295,000.
Then, in 2018 the Bachie alum splashed out $531,000 on another investment property in Upwey.
Obvs because the Australian property market is wilder than a MAFS star on a night out, all of Sam’s investments have undoubtedly increased in monetary value.
Don’t mind us, we are just crying while doom-scrolling realestate.com.au.
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