The Block 2021 season 'will be filmed in Melbourne's  Hampton'

Revealed: The Block 2021 season 'will reportedly be filmed in Melbourne's coastal suburb Hampton'. Pictured host Scott Cam

Location, location! The Block 2021 ‘will be filmed in Melbourne’s coastal suburb Hampton’ – as applications for the new season close

The Block 2021 season is reportedly headed to Melbourne’s Hampton.

According to TV Tonight, the Channel Nine renovation show is going to be filmed on Bronte Court in the prestigious bayside location.

The affluent suburb is 14km from Melbourne’s CBD and is in the City of Bayside, which is the council involved with the current season.

Revealed: The Block 2021 season 'will reportedly be filmed in Melbourne's coastal suburb Hampton'. Pictured host Scott Cam

Revealed: The Block 2021 season ‘will reportedly be filmed in Melbourne’s coastal suburb Hampton’. Pictured host Scott Cam

Applications also recently closed for the 2021 season of The Block, but Nine is yet to confirm the location.

‘The Block will return in 2021 for an astonishing 17th season,’ a spokesperson said at the 2021 Nine Upfronts.

‘While we can’t say too much just yet, we can confirm that next year’s series will take place in the ultimate family-friendly setting of a picturesque suburban cul de sac.’

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Nine for comment.

Beachside: The affluent suburb (pictured) is 14km from Melbourne's CBD and is in the City of Bayside, which is the council involved with the current season

Beachside: The affluent suburb (pictured) is 14km from Melbourne’s CBD and is in the City of Bayside, which is the council involved with the current season

Meanwhile, the current season of the renovation show was filmed on a large block of land in Brighton.

This year’s contestants have spent the last few weeks renovating their homes in front of a national audience.

As The Block nears the end of its 2020 season, all of the homes have officially gone on Melbourne’s property market.

According to Domain, each Brighton property has an asking price of between $3.2million to $3.4million, which is well above the suburb’s median house price of $2,617,500.

The listings for each home are now live on the Domain website, and give potential buyers a glimpse into the finished rooms.

The galleries only show the rooms that have been unveiled on the Nine show so far.

The final products! According to Domain, each Brighton property has an asking price of between $3.2million to $3.4million, which is well above the suburb's median house price of $2,617,500

The final products! According to Domain, each Brighton property has an asking price of between $3.2million to $3.4million, which is well above the suburb’s median house price of $2,617,500

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