The jaw-dropping figures The Block homes sold for at auction are revealed


Season 17 of The Block drew to a close on Sunday night with a nail-biting auction.

Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie, who placed fifth in season 15 back in 2019, came out on top for this year’s Fans v Faves, with $744,000 in prize money.  

Teams were hard at work to complete renovations on five dated houses in just 12 weeks at Bronte Court, in the affluent Melbourne suburb of Hampton, with the properties selling for no less than a cool $3million. 

Take a look inside the stunning homes that captured buyers on auction day.  

Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie – sold for $4,044,444.44 with a $644,444.44 profit and an extra $100,000 in prize money

Winners: Season 15 stars Mitch Edwards (left), 59, and Mark McKie (right), 60, returned to The Block for Fans v Faves. The stylish Sydney couple had a new reserve of $3.4million at auction, selling their stunning home for $4,044,444.44 with a $644,444.44 profit

Winners: Season 15 stars Mitch Edwards (left), 59, and Mark McKie (right), 60, returned to The Block for Fans v Faves. The stylish Sydney couple had a new reserve of $3.4million at auction, selling their stunning home for $4,044,444.44 with a $644,444.44 profit

Layout: Mitch and Mark created a beautiful four-bedroom, three-bathroom family home that is an entertainer's dream with a combined living, dining and kitchen area

Layout: Mitch and Mark created a beautiful four-bedroom, three-bathroom family home that is an entertainer’s dream with a combined living, dining and kitchen area

Season 15 stars Mitch Edwards, 59, and Mark McKie, 60, returned to The Block for Fans v Faves where they certainly gave winning the top spot a red-hot go. 

The stylish Sydney couple had a new reserve of $3.4million at auction, selling their stunning home for $4,044,444.44 with a $644,444.44 profit.

As winners of the series, they took home an additional $100,000 in prize money. 

Modern: The home takes on a contemporary feel with neutral tones, with the stunning kitchen area featuring a marble bench top with gold accents

Modern: The home takes on a contemporary feel with neutral tones, with the stunning kitchen area featuring a marble bench top with gold accents 

Family home: The property features four beautiful bedrooms and three bathrooms

Family home: The property features four beautiful bedrooms and three bathrooms

Luxury: A stairwell leads to the basement floor for the retreat/media room and the adjacent steam room (pictured), for a touch of luxury

Luxury: A stairwell leads to the basement floor for the retreat/media room and the adjacent steam room (pictured), for a touch of luxury 

Mitch and Mark created a beautiful four-bedroom, three-bathroom family home that is an entertainer’s dream with a combined living, dining and kitchen area.

An incredible display of skylights throughout the home illuminates the area with natural light. 

A stairwell leads to the basement floor for the retreat/media room and the adjacent steam room, for an extra touch of luxury.  

Underdog: Mitch and Mark were previously labelled by buyers agent Nicole as 'the dark horse' of the competition. She said: 'They have created a real four-bedroom with real connection. And gosh, it comes with a Chanel handbag'

Underdog: Mitch and Mark were previously labelled by buyers agent Nicole as ‘the dark horse’ of the competition. She said: ‘They have created a real four-bedroom with real connection. And gosh, it comes with a Chanel handbag’ 

Josh and Luke Packham, sold for $3,930,000.00 with a $530,000.00 profit  

The twins experienced their fair share of ups and downs during the season including the controversial white board scandal, but came out on top at auction day. 

Josh and Luke, 27, had a new reserve of $3.4million on auction day, down from $3.5million, and sold their property for $3,930,000 with a $530,000.00 profit. 

Coming in second: Twins Josh and Luke Packham, 27, had a new reserve of $3.4million on auction day, down from $3.5million, and sold their property for $3,930,000 with a $530,000.00 profit

Coming in second: Twins Josh and Luke Packham, 27, had a new reserve of $3.4million on auction day, down from $3.5million, and sold their property for $3,930,000 with a $530,000.00 profit 

Unique feature: One of the biggest draw cards of the home is the master bedroom and outdoor bathtub

Unique feature: One of the biggest draw cards of the home is the master bedroom and outdoor bathtub 

Wow: Josh and Luke, who starred on season two of Love Island Australia, renovated a stunning a four-bedroom, three-bathroom property that was a hit with buyers

Wow: Josh and Luke, who starred on season two of Love Island Australia, renovated a stunning a four-bedroom, three-bathroom property that was a hit with buyers 

Fancy: Other stunning features include the kitchen's state-of-the-art appliances, as well as a Christian Cole bench top, and a clever design that allows for open plan living

Fancy: Other stunning features include the kitchen’s state-of-the-art appliances, as well as a Christian Cole bench top, and a clever design that allows for open plan living

The former Love Island Australia stars created a modern a four-bedroom, three-bathroom property with one of the biggest draw cards being the master bedroom and outdoor bathtub.

Other stunning features include the kitchen’s state-of-the-art appliances, as well as a Christian Cole bench top, and a clever design that allows for open plan living.

The basement floor is also home to the property’s multipurpose cinema, game room and bar.  

Upmarket: The basement floor is home to the property's multipurpose cinema, game room and bar, and there are also stunning outdoor spaces

Upmarket: The basement floor is home to the property’s multipurpose cinema, game room and bar, and there are also stunning outdoor spaces 

Sleek: Josh and Luke opted for an all-black exterior

Sleek: Josh and Luke opted for an all-black exterior

Tanya and Vito Guccione, sold for $3,800,000.01 with a $400,000.01 profit 

The Block newcomers Tanya and Vito Guccione have been embroiled in drama since the early weeks of the build, with Tanya finally confessing to being at the centre of the cheating scandal in a tearful confession on Sunday’s episode.

Despite being at loggerheads with their co-stars, the couple managed to pull off creating a chic and stylish home that gives a nod to the past with retro details. 

Nice work: Tanya and Vito Guccione, sold their property for $3,800,000.01 with a $400,000.01 profit at auction

Nice work: Tanya and Vito Guccione, sold their property for $3,800,000.01 with a $400,000.01 profit at auction

Mid-century modern! They created a chic and stylish home that gives a nod to the past with retro details, including a sunken lounge upon entry

Mid-century modern! They created a chic and stylish home that gives a nod to the past with retro details, including a sunken lounge upon entry 

Flashy! The couple's sleek and modern kitchen features a custom-made terrazzo benchtop from New York

Flashy! The couple’s sleek and modern kitchen features a custom-made terrazzo benchtop from New York

Beautiful rooms: The property features three bedrooms and three bathrooms

Beautiful rooms: The property features three bedrooms and three bathrooms

The couple had a new reserve of $3.4million at auction, down from $3.5million, and sold their property for $3,800,000.01 with a $400,000.01 profit.  

Their gorgeous home features a sunken lounge upon entry alongside a dual-sided gas fireplace with a tiled feature wall. 

The property contains three bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as a combined kitchen, dining and family room with circular skylights to capture the natural light.

Much like their neighbours, the property also features a basement floor with a bar, games room and cinema. 

Estimation: Tanya and Vito's home had a price guide of $2.8million to $3million

Estimation: Tanya and Vito’s home had a price guide of $2.8million to $3million

Kirsty Lee Akers and Jesse Anderson, sold for $4,401,523.67 with a $301,523.67 profit

Country couple Kirsty Lee Akers and Jesse Anderson took on quite the challenge with their 911 square metre property, making it the biggest allotment on the season. 

They finished fourth, having sold their property for $4,401,523.67 with a $301,523.67 profit. Their new reserve at auction was $4.1million, down from $4.2million.

Coming in fourth: Kirsty Lee Akers and Jesse Anderson, sold their property for $4,401,523.67 with a $301,523.67 profit

Coming in fourth: Kirsty Lee Akers and Jesse Anderson, sold their property for $4,401,523.67 with a $301,523.67 profit

Stunning: Their stunning kitchen, which won plenty of praise with the judges, opens out to the dining and living room while glass doors lead to the alfresco area, garden and swimming pool

Stunning: Their stunning kitchen, which won plenty of praise with the judges, opens out to the dining and living room while glass doors lead to the alfresco area, garden and swimming pool

Layout: The pair were able to pull off creating a Hamptons-inspired family home with four bedrooms and four bathrooms spread across the first and second floor

Layout: The pair were able to pull off creating a Hamptons-inspired family home with four bedrooms and four bathrooms spread across the first and second floor

Music space: Their basement floor features a top of the range Gaggenau integrated refrigerator and freezer, as well as a feature wall with stunning electric guitars - a subtle nod to Kirsty's country music career

Music space: Their basement floor features a top of the range Gaggenau integrated refrigerator and freezer, as well as a feature wall with stunning electric guitars – a subtle nod to Kirsty’s country music career

The pair were able to pull off creating a Hamptons-inspired family home with four bedrooms and four bathrooms spread across the first and second floor. 

Their stunning kitchen, which won plenty of praise with the judges, opens out to the dining and living room while glass doors lead to the alfresco area, garden and swimming pool.

Their basement floor features a top of the range Gaggenau integrated refrigerator and freezer, as well as a feature wall with stunning electric guitars – a subtle nod to Kirsty’s country music career.

The area is rounded out with a beautiful home theatre, perfect for entertaining guests or a movie night in.  

Tune in: The area is rounded out with a beautiful home theatre, perfect for entertaining guests or a movie night in

Tune in: The area is rounded out with a beautiful home theatre, perfect for entertaining guests or a movie night in

Gorgeous: The exterior features a swing and lush greenery, making it the perfect spot to relax and unwind

Gorgeous: The exterior features a swing and lush greenery, making it the perfect spot to relax and unwind  

Ronnie and Georgia Caceres, sold for $3,696,000.00 with a $296,000.00 profit

Returning faves Ronnie and Georgia Caceres, who starred in season 13, placed fifth, selling their property for $3,696,000.00 with a $296,000.00 profit. 

The family home contains four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen kitted out with top appliances, and a combined living and dining room.  

Fifth: Returning faves Ronnie and Georgia Caceres, who starred in season 13, placed fifth, selling their property for $3,696,000.00 with a $296,000.00 profit

Fifth: Returning faves Ronnie and Georgia Caceres, who starred in season 13, placed fifth, selling their property for $3,696,000.00 with a $296,000.00 profit

Modern and elegant: The couple, who starred in season 13, created a family home that combines a homely feel with sophisticated style

Modern and elegant: The couple, who starred in season 13, created a family home that combines a homely feel with sophisticated style

Sleek: The property contains four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen kitted out with top appliances, and a combined living and dining room

Sleek: The property contains four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen kitted out with top appliances, and a combined living and dining room

It also includes a basement floor with a wine cellar and a spacious cinema room with a starry ceiling, as well as a terrace and swimming pool in the backyard.

Interiors take on earthy tones and plush upholstery, making it the perfect mix of homely and sophisticated.

Buyers agent Nicole Jacobs previously told realestate.com.au that Ronnie and Georgia were ‘strong contenders’ ahead of auction day, so what went wrong? 

All in the detail: The property includes a basement floor with a wine cellar and a stunning white circular staircase

All in the detail: The property includes a basement floor with a wine cellar and a stunning white circular staircase

Entertainment: Adjacent from the cellar is a spacious cinema room with a starry ceiling

Entertainment: Adjacent from the cellar is a spacious cinema room with a starry ceiling

Expert opinion: Buyers agent Nicole Jacobs previously told realestate.com.au that Ronnie and Georgia were 'strong contenders' ahead of auction day, so what went wrong?

Expert opinion: Buyers agent Nicole Jacobs previously told realestate.com.au that Ronnie and Georgia were ‘strong contenders’ ahead of auction day, so what went wrong? 

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