The Block star Scott Cam doubles his money as he sells a farmhouse he bought seven years ago for a whopping .1m
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Scott Cam has managed to double his money after selling off a farmhouse in NSW for $3.1million last week.

The 61-year-old star of Channel Nine’s The Block purchased the 720ha spread in 2016 for $1.35million, reports realestate.com.au.

Located near Mudgee, north west of Newcastle, the cattle ranch known as ‘Derowen’ sits at the top of Barigan Valley.

The classic four-bedroom, two-bathroom home features a wide verandah and a spacious lounge room with fireplace.

There’s also an oversized kitchen, built-in pool and an old-style ‘sun room’.

Scott Cam has managed to double his money after selling off a farmhouse in NSW for $3.1million last week

Scott Cam has managed to double his money after selling off a farmhouse in NSW for $3.1million last week 

The 61-year-old star of Channel Nine's The Block purchased the 720ha spread in 2016 for $1.35million, reports realestate.com.au

The 61-year-old star of Channel Nine’s The Block purchased the 720ha spread in 2016 for $1.35million, reports realestate.com.au 

Located near Mudgee, north west of Newcastle, the cattle ranch known as 'Derowen' sits at the top of Barigan Valley

Located near Mudgee, north west of Newcastle, the cattle ranch known as ‘Derowen’ sits at the top of Barigan Valley 

Other features include a mud room, store room and pantry.

It also boasts fine soil and an excellent water supply and comes with steel cattle yards and sheds.

News of Cam’s recent sale comes after the fan favourite announced earlier this month that he was off-loading his gorgeous home in Gisborne, Victoria.

Built in 2022 alongside The Block: Tree Change contestants, Cam has listed the four-bedroom pad for $4.1-$4.3million, which was the price guide set at last year’s auction.

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.

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 classic four-bedroom, two-bathroom home features a wide verandah and a spacious lounge room with fireplace

The classic four-bedroom, two-bathroom home features a wide verandah and a spacious lounge room with fireplace 

News of Cam's recent sale comes after the fan favourite announced earlier this month that he was off-loading his gorgeous home in Gisborne, Victoria

News of Cam’s recent sale comes after the fan favourite announced earlier this month that he was off-loading his gorgeous home in Gisborne, Victoria 

It also includes a massive kitchen with a reclaimed timber island bench and butcher’s block, two wine fridges and a large butler’s pantry.

A wraparound veranda and gorgeous established gardens will be the talk of potential buyers, as well as the separate home office and studio.

The Block Auction last year ended in disaster when only two houses managed to make it over the $4.3M reserve price.

Omar Slaimankhel and Ozman ‘Oz’ Abu Malik managed to net a record-breaking $1.6million profit for their home at the auction.



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