Fans slam The Block homes as ‘hideous’ and criticise contestants for not respecting heritage design

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Fans slam The Block homes as ‘hideous’ and criticise contestants for not respecting heritage design

The Block houses branded ‘hideous’ and new entrants criticized for not respecting original heritage design: ‘They’ve been destroyed’

The Block: Tree Change viewers have criticized the show’s contestants for not respecting the heritage designs of the Macedon Ranges properties after photos of their almost-completed projects emerged.

The images show the houses with large contemporary additions glued onto the small original houses.

Fans of the show branded the designs ‘ugly’ and ‘disgusting’ on several Facebook pages.

The Blocks viewers branded almost finished homes ‘hideous’ and criticized the contestants for ‘not respecting the original heritage’ designs. Pictured is host Scott Cam

According to Kidspot, one wrote: ‘Why bother putting old farmhouses there when you’re just going to dwarf them with hideous and completely unsympathetic extensions?’

“The additions totally destroy the look of the original houses,” agreed another.

“I can’t believe how bad this looks,” said a third person.

“Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of modern houses in Gisborne… but to have houses relocated and to put the modern extensions through as a separate step just doesn’t suit its location on 10 hectares of beautiful countryside ,’ another commented.

New images of the site reveal large contemporary extensions added to the small original houses

New images of the site reveal large contemporary extensions added to the small original houses

Fans of the show have labeled the designs as 'horrible', 'ugly' and 'disgusting' on various Facebook pages, Kidspot reported

Fans of the show have labeled the designs as ‘horrible’, ‘ugly’ and ‘disgusting’ on various Facebook pages, Kidspot reported

This comes after judge Shaynna Blaze was less than impressed with the not so heritage look of Sharon Johal and husband Ankur’s bathroom on Sunday night.

“If any house would make me mad, it does that beautiful house we walked through,” Shaynna said as she toured the space.

“It’s not a bathroom I feel good in.”

“Why bother putting old farmhouses there if you’re just going to dwarf them with hideous and completely unsympathetic extensions?” one person asked

“Why bother putting old farmhouses there if you’re just going to dwarf them with hideous and completely unsympathetic extensions?” one person asked

Shaynna chastised the two, telling them they better do their homework on Victorian-era houses.

‘Are you going to treat [the house] like this? “Because if you’re going to treat her like that, you’re going to have to treat me,” Shaynna continued.

“They need to do some homework … very quickly.”

Sharon was less pleased with the criticism and burst into tears. This came after scoring just 20.5 out of a possible 30.

It comes after judge Shaynna Blaze (pictured) was less than impressed with the less heritage look of Sharon Johal and husband Ankur's bathroom on Sunday night

It comes after judge Shaynna Blaze (pictured) was less than impressed with the less heritage look of Sharon Johal and husband Ankur’s bathroom on Sunday night

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