The Block 2022: Renovating legend Mark ‘Sticks’ Croker’s new project revealed

Mark Croker, better known as “Sticks”, who was part of the Sticks and Wombat double-act in the 2017 series of The Block, has a new building project on the NSW south coast.

He has spent $880,000 in an off-market deal at Cudmirrah, just north of Berrara, with his wife Terri.

They recently sold their nearby home for $1.62m.

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Auction Day at The Block in Elsternwick. Saturday, October 28. 2017. Contestants Sticks and Wombat. Picture: David Crosling

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It had been built after paying $300,000 for the original home on a 915 sqm block not far from the beach. The couple had a $2m buyers’ guide when it was initially listed at the start of 2022 with a different estate agency.

Sticks posted his sale on Instagram showing the family, which includes three daughters, in front of the “sold” sign.

Supplied Editorial Mark Croker sells on the NSW South Coast

Mark Croker sells on the NSW South Coast. Picture: Supplied

“It’s official, we have sold our dream home,” the caption read.

“New things ahead for the Crokers. Really excited for the new adventures and creating another beautiful house for us.”

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The four-bedroom home, featuring timber and other natural elements, had an open-plan living, dining and family room with vaulted ceilings and a slow combustion fire. There’s undercover decking overlooking the built-in barbecue and firepit.

Sticks from the Block 2017 has sold his house at Cudmirrah. Source:

The home had a $2m guide. Source:

Sticks and Wombat finished fourth in season 13 of The Block, which was won by Josh and Elyse, whose house was bought by comedian Dave Hughes.

Sticks and Wombat shared a $130,000 bonus on auction day.

The next series on the show sees a return to bayside Melbourne after five Charming St, Hampton East, houses were recently secured by Channel 9.

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