It was supposed to be one of the hottest property’s on The Block.
But Leah and Ash’s sprawling pad remains unsold after it was passed in during the show’s season finale in November for $2.9million.
Now after dropping the asking price from $3.2million to $3.125million, Realestate.com reports that listings for the lavish pad no longer mention The Block or the couple’s name.
Despite reports of multiple offers for the five-bedroom, four-bathroom Modern Art Deco home ahead of Christmas, the house has remained on the market.
In a strategic shift, Noel Susay, the agent from Buxton Hampton East handling the sale, confirmed to Domain a more ‘traditional campaign’.
Leah and Ash’s House 2 remains unsold after it was passed in during The Block’s finale in November and now Realestate.com reports that listings for the lavish pad no longer mention the show or the couple Pictured: Blockheads Leah and Ash
This move comes after the post-auction period failed to secure a buyer, leading to a series of open inspections over the past weeks.
The agent also noted the challenges posed by the timing of the sale, with the year-end festive period typically seeing a slowdown in real estate transactions.
However, he remains optimistic about the shift to a traditional private sale campaign, hoping it will attract serious buyers.
Leah and Ash’s House 2 stirred up much excitement among potential bidders ahead of The Block’s auction in November.
The asking price for Leah and Ash’s pad has dropped from $3.2million to $3.125million
The Block buyer’s agents predicted big things for the couple after the luxury home was listed with a price guide of $2.7million – $2.9million.
Designed as an updated version of the classic Art Deco-style, the spectacular dwelling features a spacious open plan, and expansive living areas.
Features also include a dramatic split-level dining/living room, an ultra-modern kitchen and al fresco entertainment area.
The Block buyer’s agents predicted big things for the couple after the luxury home was listed with a price guide of $2.7million – $2.9million
It comes after Yahoo Lifestyle reported in December that interest in the lavish retro home has ‘hit an all time low.’
A source told the publication that the longer the house sits on the market, ‘the further away an ending is in sight.’
The insider even speculated that it’s possible that the houses for the upcoming season of The Block will go under the hammer before Leah and Ash can get a buyer.