Mystery shopper who bought Jimmy and Tam’s winning property on The Block revealed

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Mystery shopper who bought Jimmy and Tam’s winning property on The Block revealed … after house was sold for over $ 4 million

The mystery shopper who picked up the winning property from Jimmy and Tam on The Block on Sunday has been revealed.

Cyber ​​security specialist Emese Fajk won the auction this weekend and bought the pad for $ 4,256,000.

According to News.com.au, the young woman moved to Australia from New York a year ago.

The 28-year-old was born in Hungary and had worked in London before living in the United States.

On Sunday night, Emese took over Jimmy and Tam’s property after outbidding IT entrepreneur Danny Wallis.

The wealthy Melbourne lister has launched a jaw-dropping opening bid of $ 910,000 off the reserve price of $ 3,290,000.

New owner!  Cyber ​​security specialist Emese Fajk (pictured) won the auction over the weekend and bought the pad for $ 4,256,000

New owner! Cyber ​​security specialist Emese Fajk (pictured) won the auction over the weekend and bought the pad for $ 4,256,000

But after several offers, Emese was able to purchase the eccentric 1950s house for $ 4,256,000.

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The master bedroom has a fireplace with exposed brickwork, stunning pink and gray wallpapers, and a unique wooden bed with pink furnishings.

The bathroom is any rose lover’s dream and features a double shower with golden hardsets and pink tiles, as well as an abundance of leafy green plants.

Picture perfect: Master bathroom is any rose lover's dream and features a double shower with golden hardsets and pink tiles, as well as an abundance of leafy green plants

Picture perfect: Master bathroom is any rose lover’s dream and features a double shower with golden hardsets and pink tiles, as well as an abundance of leafy green plants

True to their eclectic style, Jimmy and Tam also decorated the kitchen with green cabinetry, a charcoal kitchen top, and brass finishes.

Meanwhile Tam and Jimmy chose to go second in the auction order, with a reserve price of $ 3,290,000.

They received an offer of $ 4,256,000, resulting in a profit of $ 966,000.

Show host Scott Cam announced that Tam and Jimmy had made “ more money than anyone was making forever. ”

Unusual: True to their eclectic style, the pair decorated the kitchen with TBEN green cabinetry

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