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Just all the stunning photos of the finished Gatwick Hotel apartments from The Block finale.

The Block is done for another year, and this season saw five couples competing to redesign St Kilda’s Gatwick Private Hotel – a long dilapidated boarding house that’s become synonymous with Melbourne’s underbelly.

But not any more.

Despite the drama-filled episodes (threatened walkouts, pregnancies and meltdowns) each couple delivered premium apartments that sold for between $2.859 million and $3.02 million, and here’s what the final homes looked like.

Get ready to add these to your Pinterest board ASAP.

Sara and Hayden – $3.02 million.

Although viewers were divided on their win, the Sydney couple ultimately walked away with a profit of $545,000 (plus another $100,000 in prize money). The judges didn’t love all of their rooms and they were often criticised for their styling, but the buyer’s had the final say, and clearly they saw no issue with it. We have to say though, their light-filled terrace is spectacular.

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Plush royal blues and gold accents won Sara and Hayden the best room for master bedroom week. Image: Channel 9.
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The controversial bathroom with the gold bathtub ended up being a hit among buyers. Image: Channel 9.
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Clean lines and minimalist, functional decor earned Sara and Hayden the judge's approval. Image: Channel 9.
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A living room perfect for entertaining. Image: Channel 9.
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Sara and Hayden's terrace was a standout feature of their apartment. Image: Channel 9.
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Although they walked away as winners, The Block's Sara and Hayden had a tumultuous time on show. Including the time Sara once threatened to throw a hammer through a door.

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Bianca and Carla - $2.991 million.

Bianca and Carla's stunning Gatwick penthouse apartment was a front runner from the beginning of the season. The luxe wooden accents became a theme throughout their entire penthouse, while their art deco accents paid homage to the hotel's original 1930s design. For all their hard work, the friends made $301,000 above their $2.69 million reserve.

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Cosy yet still luxe, Bianca and Carla's master bedroom ticks all the boxes. Image: Channel 9.
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We love the marble and wooden tones of the master ensuite. Image: Channel 9.
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The feature ceiling gives the guest bedroom an immediate wow factor. Image: Channel 9.
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The dark grey inserts provide the perfect counterpart to the kitchen's wooden floors and white benches. Image: Channel 9.
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The living room's signature cabinetry gives the room a unique edge. Image: Channel 9.
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A balcony worthy of penthouse views. Image: Channel 9.

Kerrie and Spence - $2.85 million.

Going with the bottom floor of the Gatwick Hotel, Kerrie and Spence utilised their space with clever reading nooks and creative design features. The South Australian couple set their reserve at $2.435 million and made $415,000 in profit.

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The judges called the master bedroom clinical, but we'd disagree. Image: Channel 9.
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A kitchen built for dinner parties. Image: Channel 9.
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We're picturing lots of red wine shared with friends on those leather couches. Image: Channel 9.
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The judges were big fans of this reading nook and so are we. Image: Channel 9.
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We wouldn't mind doing our laundry if our room looked like this. Image: Channel 9.
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Kerrie and Spence built an indoor jungle for their terrace. Image: Channel 9.
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Courtney and Hans - $2.77 million.

Courtney and Hans were the last couple to have their apartment go to auction, but that didn't stop the interest. Buyers loved their carefully curated and innovative design, leaving them with $410,000 of profit above their $2.46 million reserve after they sold their apartment to twins Rose and Yvette, who previously owned The Gatwick for 46 yeas.

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The judges accused Courtney and Hans of 'wasting space' in their master bedroom, but we love their furniture accents. Image: Channel 9.
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ALL THE STORAGE OPTIONS. We're also loving the little vanity space at the back. Image: Channel 9.
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Master ensuite or tiled palace? Image: Channel 9.
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All the bench space to unleash your inner Masterchef. Image: Channel 9.
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The spacious living room with a Alexa-activated bar. Genius. Image: Channel 9.
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Although Courtney and Hans' terrace was accused of just serving as an extra room instead of a dedicated outdoor space, we love this bright and airy addition to the apartment. Image: Channel 9.

Jess and Norm - $2.859 million.

Norm and Jess' apartment might have made the least during auction but their end result is still stunning. The couple took advantage of the light-filled rooms and utilised this in their floor-to-ceiling windows. The couple walked away with $209,000 in profit above their reserve of $2.65 million.

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Colour clashing or contemporary and cool? The judges couldn't quite agree on the master bedroom. Image: Channel 9.
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An intimate spot to apply your daily face. Image: Channel 9.
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The infamous stone Gumtree bathtub that actually turned out to be plastic. Luckily it matched their bathroom perfectly. Image: Channel 9.
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Airy and expansive, the floating fireplace adds a contemporary touch to the room. Image: Channel 9.
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You can have your Weetbix with the morning light streaming in thanks to these floor to ceiling windows. Image: Channel 9.

Which Block apartment was your favourite? Did you think Sara and Hayden deserved to win? Tell us in comment.

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