The Block's Demmrich couple seek tenants at Bateau Bay

The Block's Demmrich couple seek tenants at Bateau Bay
The Block's Demmrich couple seek tenants at Bateau Bay

The Block stars Kyal and Kara Demmrich, who have just welcomed their second child, are seeking tenants for their Central Coast renovation project.

After paying $580,000 four years ago, the couple undertook small scale renovation on the old fibro cottage at Bateau Bay.

There were no structural changes, just a modern facelift.

After ripping out the old tired carpets, there's rustic timber flooring throughout the home that sits on a 640 sqm parcel a stones throw from the beach.

They are again seeking $460 a week through Ray White Bateau Bay agent Kristen Burkett after the last tenant departed

The Bateau Bay home (above and below) was leased at $395 a week before their renovation.

The Block's Demmrich couple seek tenants at Bateau Bay

The couple are based nearby in a four bedroom home at Toowoon Bay.

Late last year they offloaded their Long Jetty renovation that they had been documenting room by room on their joint Instagram account.

They pocketed $1.59 million, over double the $710,000 they paid just 11 months earlier.

The Central Coast property market is on fire, with house price growth over the past year pegged at over 12 percent.

They announced the birth of their child on the social media platform last month.

Their daughter, Vada Jane, was born on Kara's birthday.

"Wow! She is here, born at 2:58am this morning, 30th May on Kara’s Birthday," the couple shared on their joint Instagram account, along with the first photos of their newborn.

They had their first child, son Ziya, in 2016.

The couple appeared on The Block: Fans v Faves in 2014 before becoming full-time renovators.

They now have their own segment on Channel Ten's The Living Room.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

 

 

 

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