Will and Karlie Bethune – winners of The Block 2016 – have bought their first renovated residence and are on the hunt for his or her subsequent venture in Brisbane’s scorching property market.
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The deal was struck final month, in response to CoreLogic property data, however the value has been saved beneath wraps for now.
The pair welcomed their daughter Indigo to the world throughout 2020 and plan to get caught into the renovating recreation once more.
“We hope to discover a new renovation venture additionally which makes 2021 type of thrilling for us. Time to mud off the previous work boots,” they instructed their legion of Instagram followers.
The couple had purchased the Rochedale residence off Will’s father for $350,000 5 years in the past, earlier than they started a whirlwind media journey throughout the 2016 season of the present that they ended up successful.
The land alone was estimated at about $340,000 two years in the past, in response to CoreLogic, with Will’s dad and mom having paid $75,000 for the block in 1987.
The couple – who pocketed $715,000 revenue over their reserve plus a $100,000 winner’s cheque on The Block – renovated the Rochedale residence and controversially determined to interchange a lockup storage with a master suite and cupboard space.
They described their private residence renovation as “no Block masterpiece nevertheless it’s crammed with some fairly unbelievable recollections! Let’s hope the brand new house owners can fill this residence with some fairly superb recollections additionally”.
The house has 4 bedrooms, one rest room and is airconditioned with plantation shutters.
The sale was dealt with by agent Lisa Etri of Ray White Rochedale who had listed it as having been “stylishly renovated”.
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