The Block houses will be auctioned in November.
And the price guides for all five properties have been revealed in a new report from realestate.com.au.
The homes shown at Nine’s renovation show are expected to sell for between $2.6 million and $3.4 million.
Location, Location: The Block homes will go up for auction in November, and price guides for all five properties have been revealed in a new report. Pictured: Josh and Luke Packham
The houses, all on a cul-de-sac in the Melbourne suburb of Hampton, are less expensive than the ones that were up for sale last year.
Four of the houses are single-storey, with the exception of a two-storey house being renovated by Kirsty Lee Akers and Jesse Anderson.
The auction will be held during the show’s final episode, which is scheduled to air on Sunday, November 7 TV Black Box.
Twin Bathroom: The series’ most controversial stars, twin brothers Josh and Luke, have a $2.6 million to $2.8 million price guide for their home
Josh and Luke Packham
The series’ most controversial stars, twin brothers Josh and Luke, have a $2.6 million to $2.8 million price guide for their home.
It features a main wing converted from the existing garage slab, which gave the Love Island stars a win for their room reveal.
There is also a large dressing room, an indoor-outdoor ensuite and plenty of natural light.
Doubling: The Most Expensive Home With a Price Guide of $3.2 Million to $3.4 Million Being Renovated by Couple Kirsty and Jesse (pictured)
Kirsty Lee Akers and Jesse Anderson
The most expensive house with a price guide of $3.2 million to $3.4 million is being renovated by married couple Kirsty and Jesse.
It offers a difference in being the only two-storey house in The Block.
The couple has incorporated a “high-end Hamptons aesthetic” into the upstairs guest bedroom, according to the listing.
The master bedroom, meanwhile, features ‘pastel tones, scalloped wall panels, a velvet headboard and a framed mirror TV’.
The look: The couple has incorporated a ‘high-end Hamptons aesthetic’ into their home
Tanya and Vito Guccione
Husband-and-wife team Tanya and Vito are expecting $2.6 million to $2.8 million for their renovated home.
The master bedroom has a custom Oompii headboard, high ceilings, skylights, parquet floors and a walk-in closet.
The master bathroom is listed as ‘day spa-like indulgence’ with peach washbasins, a skylight and underfloor heating.
Hopeful: Husband-and-wife team Tanya and Vito expect $2.6 million to $2.8 million for their renovated home
Indulgent: The master bathroom offers “day-spa-esque indulgence” according to the list, with peach-colored sinks, a skylight and underfloor heating
Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie
Also coming in at a price of $2.6 million to $2.8 million, Block ‘favorites’ Mitch and Mark return.
Their ‘sanctuary’ has a north-facing bedroom with three skylights, a custom bed head and a mirror TV.
Their daring bathroom has a deep soaking tub, aged brass fixtures, an oak sink, and a striking wall with vaulted Norwegian rose fan tiles.
Return favorites: Mitch and Mark’s ‘sanctuary’ has a north-facing bedroom with three skylights, a custom bed head and a mirror TV
Ronnie and Georgia Caceres
The other recurring favourites, Ronnie and Georgia, have designed a bedroom with stunning 6-foot ceilings, while the master bathroom impresses with its free-standing bath, wooden sink with a stone top, skylight and brass faucets.
The plush guest bedroom features a gas-lift upholstered bed and oak-lined and Caesarstone-topped closets.
The corner block has a price guide of $2.6 million to $2.8 million.
Sky’s the limit: The other returning favorites, Ronnie and Georgia, have designed a bedroom with amazing 6-foot ceilings