Selling Houses Australia returns for seventh season

Selling Houses Australia returns for seventh season

Selling Houses Australia returns to The LifeStyle Channel for another season, taking a look into what’s going on in the property world today and providing us with practical advice for property owners wishing to sell.

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Selling Houses Australia welcomes back host and property expert, Andrew Winter; landscape designer, Charlie Albone; and interior designer, Shaynna Blaze.

The seventh season of the hit Foxtel show sees a bit of a challenge for the team with the task of making over a country pub in regional Victoria as well as 13 other episodes.

Produced by Beyond Publications exclusively for Foxtel’s The LifeStyle Channel, season seven promises to bring out all the stops, with million dollar waterfront mansions, an abundance of pink and purple and the remake of a pub the owners just want out of.

Make sure you don’t miss out, Wednesdays 8.30pm on The LifeStyle Channel.

Further details regarding the episodes from the release is below:

Sally has lived in her parents waterfront mansion most of her life. The house has huge sentimental value, but she can’t afford the upkeep and needs to sell. But while some of the house is fabulous and impressive – other parts are terrible – which means it doesn’t cut it as “luxury waterfront”. So what sinister secret is lurking behind the cupboard door that’s sending buyers running?

Sue loves all things pink and purple. She has purple hair, wears purple clothes and drives a hot pink ute. But her love of colour doesn’t stop there. Sue has extended her personality into her home, and her decorating style is leaving buyers eyes black and blue. Little wonder no one will pay $2.6 million for her disco inspired country estate. And with a house the size of a large suburban block and 7-acres of land, this is a makeover on a grand scale.

Ever dreamed of owning a nice little pub in the country? Think again. Barney and Barb thought their country pub would give them an idyllic lifestyle where they could work and play together; the reality was a 24/7 commitment working 7-days a week, 14-hours a day. The couple purchased the leasehold on the run down pub in Alexandra, Victoria 3-years ago.

They worked tirelessly to turn the place from bankrupt to the most popular pub in town. They’re pillars of the community raising thousands of dollars for charity, but their efforts have taken their toll, physically, emotionally and financially. Despite their hard work, the pub is struggling to make a profit and now they just want out.