Tune in this week to see Bridport renovation

Selling Houses Australia designer Wendy Moore with the makeover project well underway. Picture: Foxtel

THE Selling Houses Australia team has been back in Tasmania to transform an unsold home on the North-East Coast.

Property expert Andrew Winter, interior designer Wendy Moore and landscaper Dennis Scott have rolled up their sleeves to transform a Bridport property for the season finale that will air this week.

The modest 1950s weatherboard home had been on the market for six months without attracting any offers.

The office before the renovation team go to work. Pictures: Foxtel

Rear exterior.


Host Andrew Winter said he was quite surprised to find a new subdivision in a little town like Bridport and even more so to discover an old house among the new builds.

Mr Winter said the property was “strange from the get-go”.

“It had been bought as an investment property by your typical Aussie battler who was trying to look after her family’s future,” he said.

“But then the reality of owning a renovator set in and they were stuck with an undesirable, unloved old weatherboard home.”

The kitchen.

The kitchen.

Water/House Real Estate property consultant, Jodie Faulkner, said the home was much easier to market with its renovations.

“The buyer feedback was amazing from the before and after,” she said.

So far this season, the homes featured in each of their first nine episodes have sold. Will the Bridport property be next?

Master bedroom.

Bedroom one.

Selling Houses Australia airs Wednesday at 8.30pm on Foxtel LifeStyle or On Demand.

Grab a copy of Thursday’s Real Estate Guide or visit themercury.com.au to see the home’s superb before and after photos.

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