A St Kilda house from the 2019 season of reality renovation show The Block is up for rent, asking $2200 a week.
The four-bedroom home at 38C Grey Street was reworked by fan favourites Andy and Deb in their signature light-and-bright style.
The house is on offer either fully furnished, partially furnished or unfurnished, and is listed by Jellis Craig Stonnington.
“You are not just leasing a house, you are leasing a furnished property which has been styled,” Jellis Craig managing director Andrew McCann said.
“It is quite unique from that point of view. We have already had a lot of inquiry.”
The home sold for $3.42 million at auction in November 2019, winning Andy and Deb third place in the competition, and was bought by investors who thought they might use it as a city residence in future.
It was previously leased through a different agency after then being advertised at $2295 a week.
Mr McCann said the home was priced to lease, adding that his agency had one of its most productive letting months of the past two years in December as Melbourne emerged from its extended lockdown.
“[Lockdown] created a bit of a backlog of properties we couldn’t list, so there is more on the market now,” he said.
“Melburnians are out there making decisions.”
With remote working likely to continue for at least part of the week for many, he has seen prospective tenants looking for larger homes that would accommodate flexible working.
Set over three stories, the Grey Street home features a gourmet kitchen with Siemens appliances, an internal lift, solar panels with Tesla power storage, a fireplace, engineered oak floors, a ground-floor courtyard and a rooftop terrace.
It is close to shops, cafes, the foreshore and public transport.
The 2019 season of The Block saw five couples transform backpacker hostel The Oslo into five luxury homes, restoring the building to its previous life as individual houses.
Last year, the show focused on renovating five homes from five eras from the 1910s to the 1950s in the exclusive Brighton neighbourhood.
In 2021, The Block will take on a suburban cul-de-sac in nearby Hampton, with the producers paying more than $11.5 million for five houses in one street.