The ink has dried on the million-dollar sale of former ‘Blockheads’ Tim and Anastasia Ielasi’s Woodville character home.
Property records now show the triple-fronted bungalow at 24 Aberfeldy Avenue has changed hands for $1.37 million.
The deal was penned shortly after it hit the market in late October but it has only recently settled, with the price being revealed just this month.
Klemich Real Estate agent Andrew Kuhlmann sold the property, which had a $1.3 million to $1.4 million price guide.
He was contacted for comment.
Mr and Mrs Ielasi, who starred on popular reality renovation show The Block in 2015, purchased the four-bedroom home seven years ago for $485,000, according to CoreLogic.
They always planned to fix up the rundown home, which was attractive to the South Australian couple because of its location and 923sqm block.
But it wasn’t until after they had finished The Block and a few flipping projects that they decided to focus on it.
They extended the house, changed its layout and completely transformed it inside, giving it a modern look while retaining much if its original character charm.
Mrs Ielasi said when it hit the market that she loved everything about the house, but its extension with cathedral ceiling was a standout feature.
“I’m really proud of our extension at the back – that living, kitchen and dining area,” Ms Ielasi said.
“We’ve had Australia Days here because it’s such a friendly neighbourhood, we’ve had 45 people in the backyard.
“We’ve put our heart and soul into this house, it’s a little bit bitter sweet selling it.”