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










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

And the 56-year-old proved he had done his job for him when he documented Sunday’s run down home.

Larry took his followers on a tour of the house that is in serious disrepair, with the TV star choosing to see the brighter side of the hard work.

Renovation: Larry Emdur proudly showed off his latest investment property on Sunday – as he pushes ahead with plans to renovate the “derelict termite nest” into a “boho” dream. Pictured here next to wife, Sylvie

‘OK. So I’ve been thinking about it and maybe I won’t have to renovate,” Larry said, showing the inside of the house.

“I have a roof over my head, I have a nice kitchen, I have a few whole tomatoes without skins,” he added, clearly sarcastically.

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

Larry was clearly joking with the place falling apart and taking a lot of work to get it back on track.

Big job: 'Okay.  So I've been thinking about it and maybe I won't have to renovate,

Big job: ‘Okay. So I’ve been thinking about it and maybe I won’t have to renovate,” Larry said, showing the house as he spun the camera.

Real refurbishment: Larry showed the property looked in deep disrepair

Real refurbishment: Larry showed the property looked in deep disrepair

Showing his sense of humor, the TV star added in the video’s caption, “Ummm, did I buy a meth lab by accident???”

Larry bought the derelict piece of land in Neverfail Bay in Berowra Waters at the end of August.

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

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

Missing parts: In the footage earlier this month, Larry showed broken wooden floorboards from the property before moving the camera to the ceiling, which has been removed, with only the aluminum foil insulation remaining.

Missing parts: In the footage earlier this month, Larry showed broken wooden floorboards from the property before moving the camera to the ceiling, which has been removed, with only the aluminum foil insulation remaining.

Larry shared a clip of the derelict place with him earlier this month, saying that he and his wife Sylvie “went to try and turn this dangerously dilapidated massive termite nest into a fantastic industrial boho love nest.”

Larry went on to explain that the renovation is an “ambitious marriage test project.”

“It’s either going to be AMAZING or an absolute disaster,” he added. “It’s going to be great Insta content anyway…watch this space, wish us luck.”

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

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

Larry and Sylvie have amassed quite an impressive property portfolio throughout New South Wales.

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

The riverside property includes a house with 5 meter high ceilings and an almost all-glass wall overlooking the river.

Prospects: The riverfront property was purchased in 2019 for $1.1 million and included a house with 5-foot ceilings and an almost all-glass wall overlooking the river

Prospects: The riverfront property was purchased in 2019 for $1.1 million and included a house with 5-foot ceilings and an almost all-glass wall overlooking the river

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

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

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

Luxury getaway: About the same time, the couple spent $2.15 million on a stylish sea container home in Kangaroo Valley

Luxury getaway: About the same time, the couple spent $2.15 million on a stylish sea container home in Kangaroo Valley

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