Another Neighbours house for sale

Inside 3 Pin Oak Court.

UK based businessman Andrew Whitney is selling one of his two houses in Vermont South’s Pin Oak Court – known to many as Ramsay Street, from Neighbours.

The 738 square metre site, with a pool, has Billabong Park access.

Number 3, the fictional home of, amongst others, Paul Robinson, is asking $1.275 million – a rise on the $867,000 the vendor paid in March, 2013.

Mr Whitney also owns #6 – which set him back $238,000 in 1998, when he was in his early 20s.

He would be buoyed by the sale of two homes in the street in 2021 – #1, which traded for $1.6m and #2, across the road, which fetched $1.5m

Four years ago, meanwhile, #5 – the home between the two Whitney dwellings – collected $1.405m at auction – the first seven figure deal in the court.

Docking Real Estate’s Adam Docking and Michael Moretti are marketing #3.

3 Pin Oak Court

Neighbours concluded last July after 37 years but is returning.

Producers used to pay owners for access to their front yards with a condition no major changes were allowed to the exteriors (story continues below).

The actual floorplan behind 30 Ramsay Street.

Residents were also restricted from parking on the road.

When it was announced the show was ending, Mr Whitney proposed using the homes for a reality TV show along the lines of Geordie Shore or The Only Way is Essex.

Mr Docking said 3 Pin Oak Ct, which dubs as 30 Ramsay St, contains four bedrooms, and two bathrooms in a split level design.

An upstairs pergola overlooks Billabong Park, which the 748 square metre site has access to, he added.

The unrenovated property also includes a pool.

“This is a rare opportunity to stake your claim in…television history, preserving part of Ramsay St for yourself – where you can live out the show’s premise of a tightknit neighbourhood in the leafy eastern suburbs of Melbourne,” he added.

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Marc Pallisco

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