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The Block 2022 Tree Change: Gisborne house price guides revealed as highest in show’s history – realestate.com.au The Block 2022 Tree Change: Every room reveal

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The Block contestants. Picture: Supplied/Channel9

The Block Gisborne house prices are out. See what they’re hoping to sell for.


The five multimillion-dollar farm houses under construction on The Block have been officially listed for sale – and the price guides are the highest ever in the show’s history.

As viewers watch the five teams, Tom and Sarah-Jane, Rachel and Ryan, Ankur and Sharon, Dylan and Jenny and Omar and Oz, undertake the huge task of renovating country houses in keeping with the heritage building features, which has been a sticking point for the judges this season.

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The house sales could potentially smash sale records in Gisborne, with each property listed with the same price guide of $4m-$4.4m.

Gisborne’s median property price is currently $960,000, according to REA’s PropTrack.

House 1: Tom and Sarah-Jane

191 McGeorge Road, Gisborne.

3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 4 car

Their unorthodox caramel wall tiles were also a winning touch Picture: Supplied, Channel 9

Tom and Sarah-Jane in one of their bathrooms. Picture: Supplied


Sublime styling. The judges were wowed by the mix of patterns and textures Picture: supplied, Channel 9

One of the home’s spare bedrooms.


Tom and Sarah-Jane’s house is described by Belle Property as, “stunning architectural design meets luxurious country living”.

“Country life is pure perfection in this awe-inspiring home set on 10 acres with breathtaking views of the Mount Macedon Ranges.

The bespoke design combines a classic Queenslander with a grand modern extension, taking country living to the next level,” the listing reads.

Tom and Sarah-Jane's room is a triumph. Picture: Supplied: Channel Nine

The main bedroom. Picture: Supplied


Sarah-Jane and Tom's room leads seamlessly to their walk-in robe and ensuite. Picture: Supplied: Channel Nine

The walk-in robe and ensuite. Picture: Supplied


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Tom and Sarah-Jane’s earthy spare bedroom.


House 2: Rachel and Ryan

197 McGeorge Road, Gisborne.

3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 4 car

Not so bland. The judges were impressed to finally see some creativity in Ryan and Rachel's rooms Picture: Supplied, Channel 9

Ryan and Rachel in one of their bathrooms. Picture: Supplied


Rachel and Ryan’s house celebrates the vineyard the couple plan to have on the 10-acre property.

“Luxury lodge country living is at the heart of this magnificent state-of-the-art, vineyard estate set on 3.90ha (10 acres) approx.

“Lavish natural finishes showcase the peerless attention to detail, evoking a true sense of comfort and refined luxury throughout,” White Fox Real Estate explains.

Rachel and Ryan's statement piece was their stacked stone fireplace. Picture: Supplied: Channel Nine

Rachel and Ryan’s statement piece stacked stone fireplace in the bedroom. Picture: Supplied


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Rachel and Ryan’s main bathroom.


House 3: Sharon and Ankur

223 McGeorge Road, Gisborne

3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 4 car

Sharon and Ankur’s block position is central to setting their listing apart, with Sotheby’s writing: “Luxurious country living with a spectacular mountain backdrop.

The judges loved Sharon and Ankur's reuse of their home's front door as an entry to their master suite. Picture: Supplied: Channel Nine

The judges loved Sharon and Ankur’s reuse of their home’s front door as an entry to their master suite. Picture: Supplied


Sharon and Ankur's walk-in robe was all-glam. Picture: Supplied: Channel Nine

Sharon and Ankur’s walk-in robe is all-glam. Picture: Supplied


“A magnificent home, on a superior block, with panoramic views of the surrounding Macedon Ranges: this property offers the best of everything”.

The listing continues to boast about the property’s high ceilings, grand proportions and elegant period details.

Highlights include the guest bedroom with its built-in robes and desk, velux skylight and stunning views.

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Sharon and Ankur’s winning spare bedroom.


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The big bath in Sharon and Ankur’s bathroom.


House 4: Dylan and Jenny

225 McGeorge Road, Gisborne.

3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 4 car

For Dylan and Jenny, TCC Real Estate have focused on House 4’s sustainability and positioning.

Jenny and Dylan were unlucky to lose with their guest bedroom, the only one with a walk-in robe. Picture: Claire Sutherland

Jenny and Dylan were unlucky to lose with their guest bedroom, the only one with a walk-in robe.


“Distinctive in design and utterly captivating with its breathtaking northern setting, this completely off-the-grid architectural country estate reveals an all-encompassing connection of building to landscape, with panoramic mountain views that will steal your breath away,” the listing reads.

Dylan and Jenny's walk-in robe entrance to their master suite was a hit with the judges. Picture: Supplied: Channel Nine

Dylan and Jenny’s walk-in robe entrance to their master suite was a hit with the judges.


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Dylan and Jenny’s spare bedroom.


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House 5: Oz and Omar

Back in form. The boys' bedroom and bathroom also scored top points Picture: Supplied, Channel 9

Oz and Omar in their guest bedroom.


Omar and Oz were criticised for putting too much in their small room. Picture: Claire Sutherland

241 McGeorge Road, Gisborne.

3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 6 car

Ray White have composed a colourful property description befitting of Oz and Omar’s secluded build.

“A winding tree-lined drive arrives at this new benchmark luxury executive home,” the listing reads.

“This designer masterpiece delivers an indoor/outdoor lifestyle of incomparable quality, grandeur, and family flexibility on over 10 acres of land with views of the Macedon Ranges.”

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‘Bathroom Kings’ Omar and Oz’s main bathroom.


Omar and Oz's room was

However their main bedroom room was “cluttered” according to the judges.


The ‘Tree Change’ season of The Block has copped backlash from viewers over how the houses will look on completion, with huge, modern extensions tacked on to the original Queensland buildings sourced for the show.

In August, photos of the outside of the homes were leaked on social media, leaving fans and neighbours shocked, particularly after judges have been slamming the teams for not styling with a “country aesthetic” in mind.

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The site of TV program The Block on McGeorge Rd Gisborne. Picture: David Geraghty.


Pictures of the completed builds shared on Facebook see the original houses dwarfed by enormous extensions, which fans have called “awful”, “ugly” and “hideous“.

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