The Block, mark 2: 9 Normanhurst homes for auction with $1 reserve – realestate.com.au

The Block, mark 2: 9 Normanhurst homes for auction with $1 reserve - realestate.com.au

It’s like The Block is coming again to Sydney.


9 properties are set to come back up on the market at a charity public sale with a value information of simply $1.

The properties in Normanhurst include eight freestanding 4 bed room brick homes and a vacant block of land – paying homage to the kind of auctions seen on The Block.

Whereas the properties are being marketed by Ray White Higher North Shore agent Thomas Merriman alongside Saliba Estates Brokers’ Josh Saliba with a $1 information and $1 reserve, their complete worth may very well be in extra of $12m after they promote.

64 Mount Pleasant Ave, Normanhurst

64 Mount Nice Ave, Normanhurst.


The properties are at the moment owned by the Seventh Day Adventist Church, with plans for the proceeds from the sale to go in the direction of service flats for nurses from the Sydney Adventist Hospital in Wahroonga.
The sale contains properties starting from 64 to 77 on Mount Pleasant Ave.

Mr Merriman stated the properties have been located shut to colleges, the station and retailers.
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The properties are currently owned by the Seventh Day Adventist Church.

The properties are at the moment owned by the Seventh Day Adventist Church.


“The thrilling factor about that is that we’re going to have a block of land with a $1 information and a $1 reserve. Best for these serious about shopping for a home to stay in, or a block of land to create one thing on,” Mr Merriman stated.

The profitable purchaser may also be provided the possibility to work with Deb and Andy from Season 15 of The Block for styling suggestions.

Deb & Andy were featured on Season 15 of The Block.

Deb and Andy have been featured on Season 15 of The Block.


“We’re providing the profitable purchasers of every property a design session for 2 hours to debate renovation or redevelopment concepts, inside design and furnishings choice,” the pair stated in an announcement.

“We’re all the time desperate to get entangled in something property or design associated, however the factor we cherished most about this venture is the admirable trigger behind the sale.”

Acquired by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1898, the properties are a part of a 64.2 hectare parcel of land.

The pair will offer successful buyers the opportunity to help style their home.

The pair will provide profitable patrons the chance to assist fashion their house.


Adventist Healthcare CEO Brett Items stated the brand new lodging would supply housing nearer to the hospital and would change the ‘very outdated and unappealing’ present properties.

“The Seventh-day Adventist Church stays dedicated to sustaining the bush reserves across the hospital and behind a few of these properties, making it obtainable to the neighborhood for leisure and leisure actions,” Mr Items stated.

“We’re all very acutely aware of the excessive value of housing in Sydney. It is likely one of the challenges to recruitment and retention of well being employees.”

Auctions for the properties might be held on-site on the first December, to be offered in a row.

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