The Block Gisborne home built by Scott Cam during last year's season finally ... trends now
Scott Cam has finally put his Gisborne home on the market after building it in 2022 alongside The Block: Tree Change contestants.
The lifestyle television presenter, 60, has asked for $4.1-$4.3million, which was the price guide set at last year's auction, reported Realestate.com.au.
While most contestants failed to sell their Gisborne homes for that price last year, Scott appears confident his renovation will fly off the market for millions.
Regular Block bidder Frank Valentic predicts the media personality will have no problem finding a buyer for his circa-1866 home.
'I think when [Scott] renovated it, it was very, very popular. I'd be surprised if it wasn't popular again. It had the period style the other homes didn't have,' Frank said.
Scott Cam, 60, (pictured) has finally put his Gisborne home on the market after building it in 2022 alongside The Block: Tree Change contestants
He added that the home, which sits on 4.04ha, 'looks like a real country cottage' and was labelled 'the best house' on last year's season of The Block.
Dubbed the Camalot, Scott's house boasts a stunning fountain, a 3D-printed concrete cabana alongside the pool, and an outdoor kitchen with a pizza oven.
The four-bedroom home