Set on 5.3 hectares in the Macedon Ranges, the five-bedroom property is part of the show’s Tree Changes series and boasts seven-star energy efficiency, Mount Macedon views, a gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, kitchen garden, wood-fired pizza oven, Hot tub, fireplace and swimming pool.
Mussared said the market in the area had slowed since the lockdown-era trend towards tree change eased and rising interest rates dampened buyer budgets.
“In the beginning, when the buzz was about the blockvendor expectations have gone up, there’s a lot of traffic, a lot of people are watching,” he said.
“As rates have gone up, it has slowed down. During COVID, a lot of people took that action earlier, trying to get off the metro and into the area because we didn’t have as many lockdowns.”
Last year’s finals the block mixed results It was the highest score in the show’s history when winners Omar and Oz pocketed a profit of $1,586,666.66 over reserve.
But another couple, Tom and Sarah-Jane, made more than $20,000 in winnings, and the next three houses passed.
Rachel and Ryan negotiated the sale for about $169,000 over reserve, while Ankur and Sharon are sold next week Get a profit of $170,000. Dylan and Jenny’s house sold in February, and the price wasn’t announced until settlement this week.