The Block's Sharon Johan and Ankur Dogra have revealed they're leaving Melbourne after their home failed to sell at auction on Sunday night's finale.
For the first time in 11 years, two teams failed to sell their properties at auction, with Dylan and Jenny also having to pass their properties in after failing to attract a bidder over their reserve prices.
"It was a bittersweet day," host Scott Cam said in a statement. "As we’ve seen many times before, we’ll continue to negotiate with interested buyers to sell these homes, which are still on the market. I’m gunning for a positive result."
It comes after best mates Omar and Oz were declared the winners after selling their four-bedroom, 10-acre property for $5,666,666.66 - a record-breaking $1,586,666.66 above their reserve price.
The pair earned the largest sum any Blockheads have ever made over a reserve price in the show’s 18 seasons, and took home an additional $100,000 in prize money as the 2022 champions.
Speaking with the Daily Mail, Sharon revealed she and her husband are getting out of Melbourne to clear their heads and take a break, "We need a holiday. We're a hundred per cent going to take a break and then reevaluate what we want to do next year."
"I think what we are going to try to do is go back to South Australia, where we are from, and spend time on the family farm in the vineyards and just have a good time."
She continued, "I grew up on a farm and I love it, and my future is always going to be on a farm. We are just figuring out when."
The former Neighbours star also shared that she and Ankur would try for a baby in the new year and will officially relocate to the farm full-time when they've got a bigger family.
Sharon and Ankur have previously shared with Yahoo Lifestyle the reason they decided to go on The Block was that they'd experienced a late-term miscarriage and wanted to do something completely different to what they usually do.
"We had a pretty rough time, we went through a bit of a personal issue. We had a late-term miscarriage, so that really threw us for a six,” he told us.
"I wanted to do something to get out of our comfort zone. Sharon and I definitely have an interest in renovating," he explains.
Sharon agrees with her husband and adds: "It [was] like an adventure post-Covid. We were like, you know what, after Covid, we did the whole 'f**k it' when it came to anything. Yep, eff it, we’re gonna do it."
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