Bachelor Sam Wood is amassing a massive $10million property portfolio across Victoria

EXCLUSIVE: Sam Wood is The Bachelor’s $10million man as reality TV hunk amass huge real estate portfolio across Victoria










Sam Wood has amassed a $10 million real estate portfolio from his time as the franchise’s most successful lead.

It’s been seven years since Australia was introduced to the 41-year-old personal trainer, who found love with then single mother Snezana Markoski.

Since then, the Bachelor season three star has built a family and a fortune estimated at nearly $10 million, largely through a series of shrewd property investments in central Melbourne and greater Victoria.

Goals kicked! Sam Wood, 41 (pictured last November) has amassed a $10million property portfolio from his time as the franchise’s most successful man.

Wood has used the profile he gained from the bachelor’s degree to grow his online and fitness business, 28, which promises participants “life-changing fitness and nutrition.”

Since then, Wood – who drives a $150,000 Mercedes G-Wagon – has built a property portfolio that includes his $4million house in Elsternwick which he shares with his wife Snezana and four children and a vacation home. $3.6 million at Mt Martha.

The solid-brick Victorian residence in the popular suburb of Elsternwick was purchased in September 2018 for $3.3 million and has nine bedrooms in total, including four double bedrooms and “a spacious living area with open-plan dining area. air”.

Primary residence: Wood has built a property portfolio that includes his $4 million home in Elsternwick (pictured)

Primary residence: Wood has built a property portfolio that includes his $4 million home in Elsternwick (pictured)

Investment: The solid brick Victorian residence in the popular suburb of Elsternwick was bought in September 2018 for $3.3million

Investment: The solid brick Victorian residence in the popular suburb of Elsternwick was bought in September 2018 for $3.3million

Mod-cons: It has nine bedrooms in total, including four double bedrooms and

Mod-cons: It has nine bedrooms in total, including four double bedrooms and “a huge living space with outdoor dining area”

Family man: Sam shares the house with his wife Snezana Markoski (pictured in 2020) and four children

Family man: Sam shares the house with his wife Snezana Markoski (pictured in 2020) and four children

An hour’s drive from scenic Mount Martha, the Wood family has invested in the perfect vacation getaway on 2440 square feet of land.

Wood bought the property in October 2020 for $2.7 million and its value has already risen to $3.6 million – a profit of nearly $1 million in just 15 months.

The Bay Road property is only a few minutes walk from the shops of Mt Martha Village and the South Beach Yacht Club, making it a desirable acquisition for any real estate portfolio.

Getaway: The couple also own a $3.6million vacation home on Mt Martha (pictured)

Getaway: The couple also own a $3.6million vacation home on Mt Martha (pictured)

Big spender: The reality TV star drives a $150,000 Mercedes G-Wagon (pictured)

Big spender: The reality TV star drives a $150,000 Mercedes G-Wagon (pictured)

The four-bedroom home is an entertainer’s dream with a large family room, spacious living and dining area with a gas log fire, and a well-equipped kitchen.

Wood entered the real estate market in 2014 when he purchased a 1,728 square meter two-bedroom unit at Carnegie’s Koornang Road for $477,500.

This property has now jumped in value to nearly $600,000.

Portfolio: Wood entered the real estate market in 2014 when he bought a 1,728 square meter two-bedroom unit in Carnegie's Koornang Road for $477,500 (pictured)

Portfolio: Wood entered the real estate market in 2014 when he bought a 1,728 square meter two-bedroom unit in Carnegie’s Koornang Road for $477,500 (pictured)

Midas touch: In 2017 Wood bought a three-bedroom investment property in Broadford (pictured) for $295,000 and since then has seen its value soar to nearly $500,000

Midas touch: In 2017 Wood bought a three-bedroom investment property in Broadford (pictured) for $295,000 and since then has seen its value soar to nearly $500,000

Growing: This, like all of his other properties, continued to rise in value making Wood the undisputed financial king of the Bachelor franchise

Growing: This, like all of his other properties, continued to rise in value making Wood the undisputed financial king of the Bachelor franchise

And he’s had the Midas touch ever since. In 2017, Wood bought a three-bedroom investment property in Broadford for $295,000 and since then has seen its value soar to nearly $500,000.

In 2018, around the same time Wood acquired the Elsternwick property, he also invested $531,000 in another investment property in Upwey.

This, like all of his other properties, continued to rise in value, making Wood the undisputed financial king of the Bachelor franchise.

Living space: Seen here is the seating area of ​​the Wood's Broadford investment property

Living space: Seen here is the seating area of ​​the Wood’s Broadford investment property

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