The Block 2021: Check out this year’s fully renovated homes before the series premieres

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The Block is one of Australia’s most highly anticipated shows of 2021.

And fans can now get a glimpse of the newly completed properties that will go under the hammer when the show kicks off in the coming months.

Located in Hampton’s Bronte Court – a suburb 9 miles from Melbourne’s CBD – The Block teams have built a series of suburban homes, each with a unique twist.

Ready for auction! Take a look at the newly completed properties that are going under the hammer at The Block this year

A house has a wall of windows to the street and French doors that open onto a renovated deck.

The garden also appears heavily landscaped with a mix of mature and mature plants and trees.

Another house appears to be a more modern offering, with a dark-hued facade and a black gate.

Modern twist!  A house has a wall of windows to the street and French doors that open onto a renovated deck

Modern twist! A house has a wall of windows to the street and French doors that open onto a renovated deck

Pop of Color: Perhaps the most memorable element of this home is the bright yellow front door

Pop of Color: Perhaps the most memorable element of this home is the bright yellow front door

On sale: The garden also appears to be artistically landscaped with a mix of mature and mature plants and trees in the front yard

On sale: The garden also appears to be artistically landscaped with a mix of mature and mature plants and trees in the front yard

The house also has many windows, some of which appear tinted.

A large driveway extends across the front of the property, while a small garden sits at the back.

One home where the buyers are sure to line up is number four, which offers a federated-style upholstered home.

Dark and Light: Another house seems to be a more modern offering thanks to the dark paint, black railing and strong, angular roof design

Dark and Light: Another house seems to be a more modern offering thanks to the dark paint, black railing and strong, angular roof design

Tinted: The house also has many windows, some of which appear tinted

Tinted: The house also has many windows, some of which appear tinted

Sleek: A large driveway extends across the front of the property, while a small garden sits at the back

Sleek: A large driveway extends across the front of the property, while a small garden sits at the back

A pastel pink door sets the tone of the cute cottage, while a quirky wooden bench wraps around a large tree in the front.

Elsewhere, another property has a striking brick fence for privacy, along with an almost roof-high window.

The house also has an outside porch.

Beautiful: One home where buyers are sure to line up is a federated-style upholstered home

Beautiful: One home where buyers are sure to line up is a federated-style upholstered home

Historical: The house offers a lot of privacy because it is set back from the road

Historical: The house offers a lot of privacy because it is set back from the road

Façade: A pastel pink door sets the tone of the cute cottage, while a quirky wooden bench wraps around a large tree in the front

Façade: A pastel pink door sets the tone of the cute cottage, while a quirky wooden bench wraps around a large tree in the front

The team that designed the property seems to stick to the use of simple materials in the renovation.

The beige color certainly seems to fade the house into the background, perfect for the less showy buyer.

The two story house with a long driveway certainly adds a lot of glamor to the series of houses.

Gated: Another house offers a stone gate for privacy, along with an almost roof-high window

Gated: Another house offers a stone gate for privacy, along with an almost roof-high window

The white fence offers a lot of privacy, with the house appearing to have a Hamptons-inspired sensibility.

It has a large closed garage and double doors at the front.

This month, a handful of industry professionals took a look at the nearly completed properties.

Simple: the team seems to stick to the use of simple materials for the renovation

Simple: the team seems to stick to the use of simple materials for the renovation

They predicted that the homes have the potential to break price records.

According to Domain.com, there are three reasons why the experts think this year’s homes will fetch higher prices than in previous years.

First, they are located in a quiet cul-de-sac, which means the buyers will most likely be families.

Second, there is more land on offer for each home; and third, all houses have a ‘pretty cool feature’ never seen before on The Block.

Purchase attorney Emily Wallace, one of the experts who visited the homes, told the website that each reno was ‘very different’ and tailored for the post-Covid market.

Another winner!  Industry professionals have predicted that the homes have the potential to break price records, according to Domain.com.  Pictured Scott Cam

Another winner! Industry professionals have predicted that the homes have the potential to break price records, according to Domain.com. Pictured Scott Cam

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