Rootop study v bar, four bedrooms v three: Dorcas Street Block floorplans indicate the auction battlelines

Rootop study v bar, four bedrooms v three: Dorcas Street Block floorplans indicate the auction battlelines
Rootop study v bar, four bedrooms v three: Dorcas Street Block floorplans indicate the auction battlelines

The last of the four terrace offerings on the current series of The Block 2012 has commenced its marketing.

The 407 Dorcas Street terrace  in South Melbourne (pictured below) is listed through RT Edgar agents Kent Morgan and Gerald Betts.

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It’s marketed as a four-bedroom terrace, whereas the other three terraces are being marketed as three bedrooms apiece. Dan and Dani have put the extra bedroom on the ground floor of their corner terrace.

“Inspired ideas by Dan and Dani, who responded best to the demands of the contest, add a designer edge to a totally transformed tri-level floor plan,” Morgan suggests.

Dan and Dani have turned the indoor rooftop space into a study, plus terracing as have the couple Sophie and Dale when renovating 401 Dorcas Street at the other end of the block.

The properties at 403 and 405 Dorcas Street – renovated by Mike and Andrew, and Brad and Lara respectively – have top floor laundry and rooftop bars instead, plus terracing.

Like the other three terraces, inspection for buyers is by private inspection with no photography permitted during inspections given there are still room reveals to occur on the reality television show.

Public open for inspections will be held on Saturday 16th June and Sunday, June 17 between 10.00am and 3.00pm.

401 Dorcas Street


 

403 Dorcas Street


405 Dorcas Street

407 Dorcas Street

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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