Larry Emdur asks fans for advice on investment property

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    Larry Emdur turns to fans for advice on his investment property – as he attempts to turn a ‘dilapidated termites nest’ into a ‘boho’ dream


    Larry Emdur and his wife Sylvie recently purchased a dilapidated property with the hopes of transforming into a stunning new home. 

    And on Monday, the 56-year-old asked fans for advice as he and his wife debated over what to do with a rather damaged portion of the house. 

    Sharing a photo of the graffiti covered wall to Instagram, the TV star asked: ‘Okay  I need your help to resolve this reno argument. 

    Risky: Larry Emdur (pictured) asks fans for advice as he attempts to turn 'dilapidated termites nest' he bought as an investment property into a 'boho' dream

    Risky: Larry Emdur (pictured) asks fans for advice as he attempts to turn ‘dilapidated termites nest’ he bought as an investment property into a ‘boho’ dream

    ‘Sylvie wants to expose the old brick walls and white-wash them for an industrial boho look. 

    ‘I just want to paint smiley faces on all the old walls for a smiley boho look , it’ll be cheaper and happier… am I right?!’  

    ‘Sylvie for the win!’ one fan commented while another added: ‘I’m sure from experience you’d know the wife always wins’. 

    Sharing a photo of the graffiti covered wall to Instagram, the TV star asked: 'Okay I need your help to resolve this reno argument. I just want to paint smiley faces on all the old walls for a smiley boho look , it’ll be cheaper and happier... am I right?!'

    Sharing a photo of the graffiti covered wall to Instagram, the TV star asked: ‘Okay I need your help to resolve this reno argument. I just want to paint smiley faces on all the old walls for a smiley boho look , it’ll be cheaper and happier… am I right?!’

    Fixer-upper: Larry proved he's got his work cut out for him when he documented the run down home. He took his followers on a tour of the home that is in heavy disrepair

    Fixer-upper: Larry proved he’s got his work cut out for him when he documented the run down home. He took his followers on a tour of the home that is in heavy disrepair

    Another wrote: ‘What about mixing it up and leave it like that?’ whole someone else said: ‘Team Sylvie on this one’.  

    Last month, Larry proved his got his work cut out for him when he documented the run down home. 

    The TV star showed his sense of humour adding in the caption of the video: ‘Ummm, have I accidentally bought a meth lab???’ 

    The TV star showed his sense of humour adding in the caption of the video: 'Ummm, have I accidentally bought a meth lab???'

    The TV star showed his sense of humour adding in the caption of the video: ‘Ummm, have I accidentally bought a meth lab???’

    Missing parts: Larry said he and his wife Sylvie (left) were 'going to attempt to turn this dangerously dilapidated massive termites nest into a fabulous industrial boho love nest'

    Missing parts: Larry said he and his wife Sylvie (left) were ‘going to attempt to turn this dangerously dilapidated massive termites nest into a fabulous industrial boho love nest’

    Larry bought the derelict block of land at Neverfail Bay in Berowra Waters in late August. 

    The block of land was last sold for $575,000 in 1999.  It was purchased by the Emdurs for $1million dollars. 

    Larry shared a a clip of the run down place last month, saying he and his wife Sylvie were ‘going to attempt to turn this dangerously dilapidated massive termites nest into a fabulous industrial boho love nest.’  

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

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

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