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The LifeStyle Channel’s most loved of all shows is back in a brand new, super-sized series featuring 13 episodes. Hot on the heels of the record breaking Series 7, the A-Team are back doing what they do so well -  helping desperate vendors sell, unsellable homes. With more than 70 makeovers under their belts Andrew Winter, Shaynna Blaze and Charlie Albone will again strive to sell another 13 languishing properties including:  a rambling federation in Sydney’s Haberfield owned by 7 squabbling siblings; a home on an island off the QLD coast where the makeover materials have to be ferried over; a quirky 1970s Perth property; and a converted motel room on the NSW south coast which is the smallest place the team have ever done.

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Posted by John1505 • 7d ago • Report
did wellington sell..............................................................
Posted by NickyFNQ • 8d ago • Report
In the Mile End episode my partner and I very clearly saw what seemed to be a small dark-haired boy walking down the corridor away from Andrew (behind him) whilst he was doing a solo talk about the house. I've read some comments that others saw this, too, and am interested to know whether the show put this in on purpose or, if not, even saw it when they were putting the show together. As it wasn't mentioned (but surely seen) I'm sure it was deliberate to get viewers talking...
Posted by Anne930 • 13d ago • Report
Mel356, saw this I wondered if Andrew saw it in the episode after born before it aired.
Posted by Mel356 • 14d ago • Report
Just watching the episode at Mile End with the ghost - you can actually see it walk down the corridor behind Andrew when he is standing in the hallway and talking about his views on providing a 'ghostly audit' (around minute 16) to perspective buyers. Have rewound and rewatched this several times and is definitely there walking towards the front door.....
Posted by Kerren4 • 18d ago • Report
When exactly did Andrew Winter become the atrocious 'Winty'? doesn't sound remotely natural, perhaps an attempt to soften his image. He has changed a lot for the better.
Posted by kasa • 23d ago • Report
Love the show. Shaynna, Andrew and Charlie are all well suited for the show. Love watching them all . They really know their stuff.
Posted by Elizabeth1197 • 27d ago • Report
Love your show, did the Qld Island house eventually sell and if so, how much please?
Posted by Sara442 • 4w ago • Report
Hi there, on the St. Marys episode, can u tell me what supplier the awnings came from please?
Posted by Lilian22 • 5w ago • Report
In one of your makeovers this season you had a rug that was brown, orange, yellow. Do you know where I can get one(it was like a sunset)
Posted by Amy1282 • 5w ago • Report
St Mary's house:
Where are they going to put the train carriage once it's renovated? Serious question.
I think it's a brilliant idea to get back on their feet, and something I can see my family doing to save that ever growing minimum required deposit. The most immediate catch I see is the lack of land to locate it.