The Block 2021: Inside the stunning homes of Bronte Court ahead of auction day


Auction day is looming on The Block, as season 17 draws to a close.

And the teams worked hard to complete renovations on five dated houses in just 12 weeks at Bronte Court, in the affluent Melbourne suburb of Hampton, with some stunning results. 

The homes in the cul-de-sac have various price guides ranging anywhere from $2.6million to a whopping $3.8million. Daily Mail Australia takes a look inside the luxury properties ahead of the finale of the hit show. So who do you think will win?  

Ronnie and Georgia, price guide $2.8 – $3million

Back to win! Returned faves Ronnie and Georgia Caceres showed the newbies what it takes to create stunning spaces that will not only please the judges, but also potential buyers. The price guide for their property is between $2.8 – $3million

Modern and elegant: The couple, who first starred in the series back in season 13, created a family home that combined a homely feel with sophisticated style

Modern and elegant: The couple, who first starred in the series back in season 13, created a family home that combined a homely feel with sophisticated style

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

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

Returned faves Ronnie and Georgia Caceres showed the newbies what it takes to create stunning spaces that will not only please the judges, but also potential buyers.

The couple, who first starred in the series back in season 13, created a family home that combined a homely feel with sophisticated style.

The property has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen kitted out with top appliances, and a combined living and dining room. 

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

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

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

A chance to win: Buyers agent Nicole Jacobs told realestate.com.au that Ronnie and Georgia 'strong contenders' with their luxurious property ahead of auction day

A chance to win: Buyers agent Nicole Jacobs told realestate.com.au that Ronnie and Georgia ‘strong contenders’ with their luxurious property ahead of auction day 

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.

Buyers agent Nicole Jacobs told realestate.com.au that Ronnie and Georgia ‘strong contenders’ with their luxurious property ahead of auction day. 

Mitch and Mark, price guide $2.8million – $3million 

Ready to take the top spot! Season 15 stars Mitch Edwards and Mark Mckie also returned to The Block to give winning the top spot a red-hot go. Their property's price guide is from $2.8 - $3million

Ready to take the top spot! Season 15 stars Mitch Edwards and Mark Mckie also returned to The Block to give winning the top spot a red-hot go. Their property’s price guide is from $2.8 – $3million

Bright and airy: The pair created a beautiful family home. Upon entry, the property opens to a combined living, dining area which has an incredible display of skylights that illuminates the area with natural light

Bright and airy: The pair created a beautiful family home. Upon entry, the property opens to a combined living, dining area which has an incredible display of skylights that illuminates the area with natural light

Spacious: The kitchen also appears bright thanks to the natural light from the skylights and the light white and marble interiors

Spacious: The kitchen also appears bright thanks to the natural light from the skylights and the light white and marble interiors

Season 15 stars Mitch Edwards and Mark Mckie also returned to The Block to give winning the top spot a red-hot go.

The pair created a beautiful four bedroom, three bathroom family home.

Upon entry, the property opens to a combined living, dining and kitchen area which has an incredible display of skylights that illuminates the area with natural light.

Homely: The property features four beautiful bedrooms and three bathrooms

Homely: The property features four beautiful bedrooms and three bathrooms

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

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

Underdog: Mitch and Mark have been 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.' Mitch and Mark's renovated home at Bronte Court

Underdog: Mitch and Mark have been 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.’ Mitch and Mark’s renovated home at Bronte Court

A stairwell down leads to the basement floor for the retreat/media room and the adjacent steam room, for a touch of luxury at home. 

Mitch and Mark have been 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.’

Tanya and Vito, price guide $2.8 – $3million

Shaking up the competition: The Block newcomers Tanya and Vito Guccione have been embroiled in scandal since the early weeks of the build, but that hasn't stopped them from completing a beautiful property

Shaking up the competition: The Block newcomers Tanya and Vito Guccione have been embroiled in scandal since the early weeks of the build, but that hasn’t stopped them from completing a beautiful property

Mid-century modern! They created a chic and stylish home that gives a nod the past with retro details, including a sunken lounge upon entry alongside a dual-sided gas fireplace with a tiled feature wall

Mid-century modern! They created a chic and stylish home that gives a nod the past with retro details, including a sunken lounge upon entry alongside a dual-sided gas fireplace with a tiled feature wall

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

The Block newcomers Tanya and Vito Guccione have been embroiled in scandal since the early weeks of the build.

Despite being closely involved with the drama, the couple have managed to pull off creating a chic and stylish home that gives a nod the past with retro details.

Among them is the sunken lounge upon entry alongside a dual-sided gas fireplace with a tiled feature wall. 

Beautiful rooms: The property features three bedrooms and three bathrooms

Beautiful rooms: The property features three bedrooms and three bathrooms

Would you splash the cash? Tanya and Vito's home has a price guide of $2.8million to $3million for their home (pictured)

Would you splash the cash? Tanya and Vito’s home has a price guide of $2.8million to $3million for their home (pictured)

The property features three bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as a combined kitchen, dining and family room that also have circular skylights that brings in natural light.

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

Josh and Luke, price guide $2.6 – $2.8million 

Scandals: While they experienced their fair share of ups and downs during the season, including the controversial white board scandal, Josh and Luke Packham have come through with a stunning modern family home

Scandals: While they experienced their fair share of ups and downs during the season, including the controversial white board scandal, Josh and Luke Packham have come through with a stunning modern family home

Looking good: One of the biggest draw cards of the home is the master bedroom and its outdoor bathtub

Looking good: One of the biggest draw cards of the home is the master bedroom and its outdoor bathtub

Wow: The twins, who starred on season two of Love Island Australia, completed renovating and recreating a four bedroom, three bathroom property

Wow: The twins, who starred on season two of Love Island Australia, completed renovating and recreating a four bedroom, three bathroom property

They have experienced their fair share of ups and downs during the season, including the controversial white board scandal. 

But Josh and Luke Packham have come through with a stunning modern family home.

The twins, who starred on season two of Love Island Australia, completed renovating and recreating a four bedroom, three bathroom property.

Fancy: Inside the home has a kitchen is kitted out with top of the range appliances, as well as a Christian Cole bench top, and flows out to the living and dining spaces

Fancy: Inside the home has a kitchen is kitted out with top of the range appliances, as well as a Christian Cole bench top, and flows out to the living and dining spaces

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

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

Modern: Josh and Luke Packham opted for an all-black exterior

Modern: Josh and Luke Packham opted for an all-black exterior

One of the biggest draw cards of the home is the master bedroom and it’s outdoor bathtub.

Inside the home has a kitchen is kitted out with top of the range appliances, as well as a Christian Cole bench top, and flows out to the living and dining spaces.

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

Kirsty and Jesse, price guide $3.6 – $3.8million

Big deal: Country couple Kirsty Lee Akers and her husband Jesse Anderson took on quite the challenge with their 911sqm property, making it the biggest allotment on the season

Big deal: Country couple Kirsty Lee Akers and her husband Jesse Anderson took on quite the challenge with their 911sqm property, making it the biggest allotment on the season

Pretty: 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

Pretty: 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

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

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.

Bright: 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

Bright: 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 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 country music career

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 country music career.

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

Buyer’s agent Nicole Jacobs told realestate.com.au she thinks Kirsty Lee Akers and Jesse Anderson will come out on top on auction day.

‘Based on land and opportunity for a family home you would have to think Kirsty and Jesse have a good chance of taking it out,’ Ms Jacobs said.

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

Expert opinion: 'Based on land and opportunity for a family home you would have to think Kirsty and Jesse have a good chance of taking it out,' Ms Jacobs said. Pictured: Kirsty and Jesse's home at Bronte Court, which is on a larger 911sqm block

Expert opinion: ‘Based on land and opportunity for a family home you would have to think Kirsty and Jesse have a good chance of taking it out,’ Ms Jacobs said. Pictured: Kirsty and Jesse’s home at Bronte Court, which is on a larger 911sqm block

This comes after reports security has been ramped up for The Block finale because producers fear ‘a massive tantrum’ on auction day. 

According to New Idea, they are concerned about crazed fans and warring contestants.

‘Emotions are high. This is the first time the contestants are coming back face to face after so much has been said and done,’ a source said.

‘There are some very open wounds… expect tears and for one couple, no doubt a massive tantrum.’  

Meanwhile, several couples are reportedly threatening to boycott the finale over their feuds with producers and judges.

As reported by Woman’s Day, Tanya and Vito Guccione are doing everything they can to get out of attending auction day.

The Block finale airs Sunday at 7pm on Channel Nine

'Emotions are high': This comes after reports security has been ramped up for The Block finale because producers fear 'a massive tantrum' on auction day. According to New Idea, producers are concerned about crazed fans and warring contestants. Pictured is the 2021 cast

‘Emotions are high’: This comes after reports security has been ramped up for The Block finale because producers fear ‘a massive tantrum’ on auction day. According to New Idea, producers are concerned about crazed fans and warring contestants. Pictured is the 2021 cast

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