Ahead of season 10 of Selling Houses Australia, we look back at some of the best home sales in the show's history.
Counting down to the premiere of the 10th season and 100th episode of Selling Houses Australia, we're also counting down some of the most stunning - and expensive! - homes the team has revived.
We all know Andrew, Charlie and Shaynna know how to work their magic, but they really reached new heights on these homes which fetched prices near or over the million-dollar mark. Considering some of these were sold a decade ago, you may also be interested in some of the styles that have long past!
Take a look back at some of the top home sales ever.
This house belonged to Gill and Diane, who couldn't shake the travel bug. They were desperate to pack up and hit the road, but first they needed to get rid of their home. With a bathroom and bedroom makeover and a backyard makeover, it eventually fetched a price Diane and Gill were happy with.
This stunning semi in Sydney's stunning Neutral Bay was always going to fetch a decent price. However, unlike the property market of today, people weren't flocking to pay over a million for this inner-city gem.
Most people wouldn't have any trouble selling a house in Sydney's posh suburb of Balmain. Despite its three bedrooms and stunning balcony, this house desperately needed a facelift!
This home in the Sydney beachside suburb of Maroubra was home to Ian and Jenny for 35 years. Now at retirement age, they're looking to sell the home to help their finances. Sadly, their dated interior and exterior was holding them back from a sale.
The couple who bought this gorgeous home in Victoria split-up before they could finish their renovations. This four-bedder received stunning indoor and outdoor renovations thanks to Shaynna and Charlie.
Haberfield in Sydney is an area full of gorgeous heritage homes right near the city. But an interesting interior design and seven squabbling siblings are making this one difficult to sell.
This sprawling estate faced one major challenge - the owner could stop decorating in pinks and purples, leaving the home looking something like a disco hairdresser.
This North Sydney home with 180 degree views of Sydney harbour was the top sale in Selling Houses history. However, despite its amazing location, the home needed a massive restructure to get the price it deserved.