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Larry Emdur shows off ‘dilapidated termites nest’ investment property – Daily Mail

Larry Emdur proudly shows off his latest investment property – as he plans to renovate the ‘dilapidated termites nest’ into a ‘boho’ dream



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Larry Emdur and his wife Sylvie revealed plans to transform a dilapidated property into a stunning new home. 

And the 56-year-old proved his got his work cut out for him when he documented the run down home on Sunday. 

Larry took his followers on a tour of the home that is in heavy disrepair with the TV star choosing to see the lighter side of the hard work. 

Renovation: Larry Emdur proudly showed off his latest investment property on Sunday – as he continues plans to renovate the ‘dilapidated termites nest’ into a ‘boho’ dream. Pictured here alongside wife, Sylvie 

‘Ok. So I’ve been thinking about it and maybe I don’t have to renovate,’ Larry said, showing the inside of the home. 

‘I got a roof over my head, I’ve got a beautiful kitchen, I got some whole peeled tomatoes,’ he added, clearly sarcastic. 

‘I can cook on that thing, it’s air conditioned which is great, there’s a comfortable bed and the very latest TV to watch The Morning Show.’ 

Larry was clearly joking with the place falling apart and needing a lot of work in order to get it up to scratch. 

Big job: ‘Ok. So I’ve been thinking about it and maybe I don’t have to renovate,’ Larry said, showing the house as he panned with the camera

Real fixer-upper:  Larry showed the property looking in deep disrepair

The TV star showed his sense of humour adding in the caption of the video: ‘Ummm, have I accidentally bought a meth lab ???’ 

Larry bought the derelict block of land at Neverfail Bay in Berowra Waters in late August. 

The block of land was last sold for $575,000 in 1999. 

It was purchased by the Emdurs for $1million dollars. 

Missing parts: In the footage earlier this month, Larry showed broken-up wooden floorboards of the property before he moved the camera towards the ceiling, which has been extracted, with only the aluminium foil insulation remaining

Larry shared a a clip of the run down place earlier this month with him saying he and his wife Sylvie were ‘going to attempt to turn this dangerously dilapidated massive termites nest into a fabulous industrial boho love nest.’   

Larry went on to explains the renovation is an ‘ambitious marriage testing project.’  

‘It’ll either be AMAZING or an absolute ****ing disaster,’ he added. ‘Either way it’ll be great Insta content… watch this space, wish us luck.’   

The great escape: The Neverfail Bay block, which last sold for $575,000 in 1999, was purchased by the Emdurs for $1 million. Pictured: Berowra Waters

Larry and Sylvie have assembled quite an impressive property portfolio across New South Wales.  

They bought an architecturally designed weekender, also in Berowra Waters, in 2019 for $1.1million.   

The riverfront property includes a home with 5 metre-high ceilings and an almost entirely glass wall facing the river. 

Outlook: The riverfront property was purchased in 2019 for $1.1million, and included a home with 5 metre-high ceilings and an almost entirely glass wall facing the river

At about the same time, the Emdurs spent $2.15million on a stylish shipping-container home in Kangaroo Valley. 

The house blends steel, glass and polished concrete floors with eco-friendly features, such as solar panels with a battery bank and rainwater harvesting. 

Larry also recently sold his Bondi Beach investment property earlier this year. 

Luxury getaway: At about the same time, the couple spent $2.15million on a stylish shipping-container home in Kangaroo Valley

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