Time running out for House Rules hopefuls as season one winners list home

Time running out for House Rules hopefuls as season one winners list home
Time running out for House Rules hopefuls as season one winners list home

If you're hoping to compete in the next season of Seven's House Rules, you'd better act fast.

Seven will only accept applications for the next two days, with the process closing on 30 July.

Don't panic - if you and prospective reno partner can sit down and describe yourselves, your home and any past violent episodes, you can still be in the running for House Rules season three.

You'll be one step closer to having your home renovated by a competing team of strangers, and if all goes to plan, you could end up like season two winners Adam and Lisa or season one winners Carly and Leighton, who had their mortgages wiped clean.

South Australian couple Carly and Leighton are now selling their renovated home, after Seven cleared their mortgage. They originally purchased the Warradale house in 2012 for $450,000.

The three bedroom, two bathroom 1950s house with a stone facade has an open plan interior with floorboards throughout the living spaces. The north-facing backyard has an outdoor entertaining area and lawns, with a detached studio with bar that could double as a home theatre room or bedroom.

While listing agents Troy Tyndall and Nicholas Hage of Toop&Toop Norwood note that $400,000 were spent on renovations on the house, they make no mention of its House Rules history.

According to The Herald Sun, Carly and Leighton have purchased a home in Sydney, with plans to move interstate and "follow their renovation dreams".

Would-be winners can apply at the House Rules website.

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