Inside The Block host Scott Cam’s $2.2M Port Melbourne residence
An opulent butler’s pantry, kitchen for entertaining and assertion artwork: Inside The Block host Scott Cam’s Artwork Deco condominium in Port Melbourne he bought for $2.2million… and it was even designed by previous contestants
Host Scott Cam could have shocked some viewers of The Block on Sunday evening, when he gave Jimmy and Tam a tour of his Artwork Deco residence in Port Melbourne, he secretly purchased for $2.2 million in 2017.
The three-bedroom residence is especially distinctive in that it was renovated by contestants of the 2016 season as a part of a gaggle problem.
Positioned inside the previous J. Kitchen & Sons Artwork Deco cleaning soap manufacturing unit, the property boasts an opulent butler’s pantry, a kitchen for entertaining and an out of doors patio.
An opulent butler’s pantry, kitchen for entertaining, assertion artwork and a surprising patio: Inside The Block host Scott Cam’s Artwork Deco condominium in Port Melbourne he secretly splashed out $2.2 million for. Pictured: Scott Cam, 57
The dwelling space and bedrooms function timber flooring, a clear white color palette and assertion artwork on the partitions.
Smooth furnishings within the type of white drapes and a tan leather-based sofa additionally add a homely really feel to the modern design.
A spacious kitchen that leads out onto a surprising patio, additionally boasts a granite island bench that’s illuminated beneath.
Excellent for inviting friends over, there’s additionally an opulent butler’s pantry.
A slice of TV historical past: The condominium (pictured) is situated inside the previous J. Kitchen & Sons Artwork Deco cleaning soap manufacturing unit, and was renovated by contestants of the 2016 season as a part of a gaggle problem
Loos tackle a monochrome aesthetic with white tiled partitions and black accents, whereas the hallway is straightforward but stylish with timber flooring, pendant lighting and assertion artwork.
The condominium, which was constructed as a part of a problem on the 2016 present, wasn’t auctioned off throughout The Block’s finale, however moderately was positioned available on the market after the present had wrapped.
Scott instructed 9Entertainment this week that a bonus of buying the house is that it already got here with all of the bells and whistles.
‘It is “flip key and stroll in”, I did not have to purchase any furnishings or art work or something. Even plates — they’ve plates there, and knives and forks,’ the 57-year-old mentioned.
Aesthetic: The bedrooms function a impartial color palette, mixing timber flooring with whitewashed partitions and a brick function wall
The Channel 9 star additionally instructed The Herald Solar that it was a ‘no-brainer’ in shopping for the property.
‘When it turned out there I mentioned “sure” and went to the financial institution and mentioned can I borrow some cash, I wish to purchase one in all these items,’ he defined final month.
‘To me it’s a no-brainer shopping for a Block home.’
Design: A spacious kitchen that leads out onto a surprising patio, additionally boasts a granite island bench that’s illuminated beneath
Textures: Smooth furnishings within the type of white drapes and a tan leather-based sofa additionally add a homely really feel to the modern design
Scott boasts a powerful property portfolio, together with a lavish $6.5million trophy residence in Sydney’s unique suburb of Vaucluse.
He bought the Mediterranean-style mansion for $4.6million in 2012, and it’s now believed to be value no less than $6million.
The property has turn out to be the proper household residence for Scott, his spouse Ann Cam and their three kids, Sarah, Charlie and Invoice.
Different properties embrace a $2million renovated residence in Rosebery, a coastal residence at Narrawallee on the NSW South Coast and a property at a farm close to Mudgee.
Host with essentially the most: Having hosted The Block since 2010, Scott has turn out to be a family title. Pictured with the 2016 forged
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