Elsternwick weekend auctions offer no clue to The Block relocated home pricing

Elsternwick weekend auctions offer no clue to The Block relocated home pricing
Elsternwick weekend auctions offer no clue to The Block relocated home pricing

No price clues came from weekend ELSTERNWICK auction results on the likely worth of the five relocated restored homes that featured in last night's premiere of The Block's latest series.

The weatherboard cottages will be auctioned in around 12 weeks time.

The low-key Melbourne suburb had four weekend auctions - but they were all apartments.

They sold between $606,000 (above) for a one bedroom on Orrong Road and $910,000 for a two bedroom McCrombie Street apartment that had been tipped to fetch $880,000.

ELSTERNWICK's July house sales have ranged between $1.4 million to $1.975 million.

Moving an entire home is not something that is common, but as its been done on The Block, it will no doubt become more fashionable. For more information about moving entire homes download our handy eBook.

The Block debuted last night for its 13th season with 1.117m metro viewers tuning in.

The premiere was up on last year’s launch audience of 1.074m, according to OzTAM’s overnight preliminary metro ratings.

 

Elsternwick weekend auctions offer no clue to The Block relocated home pricing

The Block was the most-watched program across key advertising demographics 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.

Debuting at 7:30pm last night, Ten’s Australian Survivor managed 639,000 metro viewers, shedding 144,000 viewers from last year’s debut.

Seven’s Sunday Night was the most-watched program for the evening with 1.334 million tuning in to hear Princes William and Harry speak of their mother’s death for the first time.

ELSTERNWICK is named after an early property in the area, which was named from German and Anglo-Saxon words meaning "magpie" and "village" respectively.

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