Secret House Rules Rosebery auction

Secret House Rules Rosebery auction
Secret House Rules Rosebery auction

An original two-bedroom Rosebery home secretly snapped up by Channel Seven last September for $1.25 million, has returned to the market as new home for auction this weekend.

It’s with a guide of $1.6 million through Purplebricks.

The transformation will be aired in the upcoming season of Channel Seven’s hit television show House Rules, the reality show hosted by Johanna Griggs. 

News Local's Southern Courier noted that the Rosebery neighbours began to speculate when they noticed a house at 54 Tramway Street was knocked down and rebuilt in the record time of just seven days. 

Below is the former home, which sold in September.

54 Tramway Street Rosebery

The new home is a two-storey, four-bedroom, two-bathroom, ultra-modern sanctuary. 

The new dual level residence offers open-plan living, dining and kitchen and a spacious outdoor entertainment area.

The kitchen has the latest designer appliances.
 
The listing agent Dean Emerson says it presents a creative fusion of subtle warehouse-inspired industrial chic, natural finishes and up-to-the-minute designer style.
It is being sold fully furnished.
 
There have been three development applications for the project totalling $350,000 according to CoreLogic. 
 
Season six of the series was officially confirmed last October.
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