The real winner of The Block: Inside host Scott Cam's $11 million Sydney mansion

The TV star lives on one of Sydney's most exclusive streets.

When it comes to luxury living and making millions in the property market, the contestants on this year’s season of The Block can definitely learn a thing or two from long-time host Scott Cam.

Although he’s famed for being an everyday Aussie larrikin, the 60-year-old’s home is anything but ordinary.

 The Block’s Scott Cam.
The Block’s Scott Cam has an impressive real estate portfolio. Photo: Instagram/scottycamofficial

Photos obtained by Yahoo Lifestyle show the scale of his stunning Mediterranean-style mansion on one of Sydney’s most exclusive streets in Vaucluse.


The huge property is three levels with three bathrooms, four bedrooms and five car spots, and includes a recording studio where he does his voice-over work for the reality show.

The Gold Logie winner bought the family home for $4.6 million in 2012, not long after he began hosting The Block, and its value has since skyrocketed to $11 million.

The Block’s Scott Cam's impressive Mediterranean-style mansion.
Scotty’s property is located on one of Sydney’s most exclusive streets in Vaucluse. Photo: Supplied

During the pandemic, Scotty revealed on Instagram that he’d used his time in isolation to transform the property, including building his own “cave gym” in the backyard.

Vaucluse is also home to Hamish and Zoë Foster Blake’s $8.925 million mansion, which they purchased in December 2020 after relocating from Melbourne.

Inside Scott Cam's impressive Mediterranean-style mansion.
The Mediterranean-style mansion includes three bathrooms and four bedrooms. Photos: Ray White
Scott Cam's pool.
The property has since gone up in value to $11 million. Photo: Ray White

Scotty’s impressive real estate portfolio includes a $2 million property in Rosebery, a coastal house in Narrawallee, and a farm near Mudgee.

It was announced this week that the Gisborne property he renovated on last year’s season of The Block has hit the market with a $4.1m-$4.3m asking price.

“I think the house has amazing artwork and design, and it’s full of history, which I love. It’s going to make a family happy as it’s a wonderful family home,” Scotty told Nine.


The luxury four-bedroom pad, which he nicknamed Camalot, includes a 3D-printed concrete cabana, an outdoor kitchen with a pizza oven, and a shed with a “man cave”.

The property has featured in a few episodes of this year’s season when winning contestants visited Scotty for dinner.

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