BINGE has confirmed an October premiere date for its first original locally produced Lifestyle series, Selling In The City.
Rosie Morley, award-winning designer, and renowned landscape artist Paddy Milne will elevate the interior and exterior design of Australia’s most in-demand inner-city properties, assisting young millennials in maximising the value of their property and achieving their dream of climbing the property ladder.
Selling in the City, which premieres with the first three episodes on October 19, joins BINGE’s lineup of reality, lifestyle, drama, true-crime, documentaries, and movies.
Rosie and Paddy will spend time learning about each local community to understand better what potential buyers love about the area and what they want in a new home to inspire their designs.
With this information, they set out to transform the property through exceptional design and clever solutions, with the goal of increasing its market value.
“I have loved the experience of learning about these neighbourhoods and creating contextually relevant outcomes, all with the goal of delivering a sense of elevated design and planning efficiency,”
Rosie Morley said.
Finally, strategic design decisions must be made to maximise the potential of these compact homes.”
Rosie Morley and Paddy Milne (image – Binge)
Paddy Milne added:
“Creating beautiful gardens and functional outdoor spaces is a passion, I have also really enjoyed finding out about the people and the area and drawing design inspiration from each of the communities”.
BINGE Executive Director, Alison Hurbert-Burns said:
“Selling in the City builds on our slate of the most popular reality and property shows, with a distinctively fresh take focusing on some of Australia’s most popular inner city suburbs.
“Now more than ever, Australian homeowners are looking to add value to their property and understand what potential buyers really want – and this is the series that will help them
“What I love about this show is how our hosts and expert designers, Rosie and Paddy, immerse themselves in the surrounding neighbourhoods, the history and culture, to better understand what potential buyers are looking for.
“We see this inspiration come through in the cutting-edge redesigns and innovative restorations and clever use of spaces that aim to drive the property’s value up.”