The Block 2022 housing price guide has been revealed, with the five houses setting a record for the Gisborne region.
Sitting between $4 million and $4.4 million, they are four times the value of the average home in the area, with a median house price of $1.1 million.
On top of this, the groundbreaking price guide is also the highest ever seen in The Block‘s 19-year history and will likely raise the cost of other houses in the already growing region, too.
This is great for sellers but sucks for anybody without millions in their piggybank who had also planned a “tree change”. At this rate, we’re ready for the next season to be called The Block: Gentrification 101.
But are the Blockheads asking too much?
The “heritage” Queenslanders with a controversial modern extension” – have been listed individually on Domain, ready for the upcoming auction.
We checked the listings for ourselves and NGL; they’re stunning, even if we’re not sold on the price tag.
You can also request a private inspection ahead of the auction if you’re nearby. So, send some pics our way, will ya?
Week after week, Sarah-Jane has been praised by the judges for her styling, and we see it showing through.
Latecomers Rachel and Ryan Carr‘s listing confirms the couple will get around to landscaping their vineyard. Whoops, spoilers!
“Luxury lodge country living is at the heart of this magnificent state-of-the-art vineyard estate set,” the listing read. “With breathtaking views of Mount Macedon, this home delivers the ultimate upscale rural living.”
While they’ve lamented having the largest property out of all the contestants, their Domain listing focuses on the house’s central placement.
It’s described as “luxurious country living with a spectacular mountain backdrop”.
Hopefully, Sharon’s antique accents will get them a record-breaking sale on The Block!
“Distinctive in design and utterly captivating with its breathtaking northern setting, this completely off-the-grid architectural country estate reveals an all-encompassing connection of building to landscape”, it read.
Hold on! How is it off-the-grid if it was literally featured on national TV?
But they’ve still described the property as a “designer masterpiece” that promotes a “lifestyle of incomparable quality, [and] grandeur”.
Do you think they’re worth over $4 million?!
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