No. 51 Neutral St, North Sydney, is on the market with a $2.1 million-$2.3 million price guide.
WHILE The Block might have wrapped up in Melbourne on the weekend, here in Sydney there is another property by the show up for grabs.
This North Sydney semi at 51 Neutral St, has been completely transformed by the show’s architect, Julian Brenchley.
Mr Brenchley has worked on every season of the popular renovating show including the most recent season at The Gatwick Hotel.
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On the market with a $2.1 million-$2.3 million guide, the house has effectively been gutted and rebuilt apart from the front facade.
The original bricks from the home has been used to create vintage feel.
The renovation cost the vendors more than a million dollars, which is nearly double than $680,000 they paid for the property in 2008, according to CoreLogic.
Belle Property Neutral Bay agent Mark Jackson said the renovation was to the highest standard and added plenty of character to it.
“It is a very high quality home, they have even incorporated the original bricks into the project,” Mr Jackson said.
The lower ground floor has a wine cellar with plenty of vintage features including a metal bucket as a sink — honing back to its worker’s cottage past.
The main bedroom has a private terrace.
The kitchen blends the old with the new.
The living room has a fireplace and flows out to a private courtyard.
The wall features are designed by Belle Cashman and include French sourced recycled timber.
Besides having three bedrooms and two bathrooms, the property has dual street frontage with lockup parking.
It is a 10 minute walk to North Sydney CBD and the train station, while ferry services are only a stone’s throw away.
The three-bedroom property is scheduled to go to auction next Saturday.
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