Inside the new Gold Coast home of The Block's Jenny and Dylan

They may have failed to sell their home during the shock Block auctions on Sunday night. 

But fan favourites Dylan, 29 and Jenny, 25, have something to look forward to as they are soon set to move into their spectacular new home on the .

Located in Palm Beach, the amazing property, which the couple started renovating before they went on the show, will be a luxury resort-style home with five bedrooms and three bathrooms.

They may have failed to sell their home during the shock Block auctions on Sunday night,  but fan favourites Dylan, 29 and Jenny, 25, have something to look forward to as they are soon set to move into their spectacular new home on the Gold Coast

They may have failed to sell their home during the shock Block auctions on Sunday night,  but fan favourites Dylan, 29 and Jenny, 25, have something to look forward to as they are soon set to move into their spectacular new home on the Gold Coast 

Dylan and Jenny started work on the house renovation quotes in March, but put renovations on the gorgeous pad on-hold while they competed in Channel Nine’s hit renovation series.

The tradie couple, who own and operate their own luxury building company Smooth Sailing Designs, have been sharing sneak previews of their Palm Beach spread to their company’s Instagram page via artists impressions.

Highlights of the new property include cavernous, open-plan interiors, with chic skylights, a pool and timber deck in the backyard and spacious living areas.

Among the artwork the popular couple shared were a tease on the kitchen and dining area, which include a charming breakfast island. 

The couple were left heartbroken on Sunday after their Gisborne property was passed in at auction during the Block's finale

The couple were left heartbroken on Sunday after their Gisborne property was passed in at auction during the Block’s finale 

Other design features include a fabulous oversized lounge area and al fresco entertainment patio. 

The pair also shared behind-the-scenes video and photos of the house under construction.

The couple were left heartbroken on Sunday after their Gisborne property was passed in at auction during the Block’s finale. 

The auctioneer who handled the couple’s home on The Block says there’s still hope for Jenny and Dylan after their no-sale on Sunday.

The tradie couple (pictured), who own and operate their own luxury building company Smooth Sailing Designs, have been sharing sneak previews of their Palm Beach spread to their company's Instagram page. Their home is pictured here before the overhaul

The tradie couple (pictured), who own and operate their own luxury building company Smooth Sailing Designs, have been sharing sneak previews of their Palm Beach spread to their company’s Instagram page.

Their home is pictured here before the overhaul

Dylan and Jenny started work on the house in March, but put renovations on the gorgeous pad on-hold while they competed in Channel Nine's hit renovation series

Dylan and Jenny started work on the house in March, but put renovations on the gorgeous pad on-hold while they competed in Channel Nine’s hit renovation series 

Damien Cooley told Nova 96.9’s  on Monday the Blockheads are now seeking buyers with hopes well above the initial reserve.

He told radio hosts Ryan ‘Fitzy’ Fitzgerald and Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli the pair can expect a sale somewhere in the range of $4.3million to $4.8million. 

The highest bid they got on Sunday for their five-bedroom, three-bathroom home was $4,075,000, which was just below the reserve price of $4,080,000.

Cooley said the home is going back to market, but Jenny and Dylan are also open to offers from those who attended Sunday’s auction but failed to bid. 

The couple got engaged in January, with both taking to their respective Instagram pages at the time to share the news. 

Highlights of the new property include cavernous, open-plan interiors, with chic skylights, a pool and timber deck in the backyard and spacious living areas. Pictured: An artists impression of the home

Highlights of the new property include cavernous, open-plan interiors, with chic skylights, a pool and timber deck in the backyard and spacious living areas.

Pictured: An artists impression of the home