Step Inside The Luxurious Rock The Block Home That's Being Sold For $1.25 Million

The popular show "Rock the Block" had a memorable Season 3 when designers Keith Bynum and Evan Thomas remodeled a single-family home in South Carolina. They brought every talent and vision they had to the table, pulling off one of the most artistic homes viewers have ever seen. Now, this five-bedroom, four-bathroom, and one powder room house is on the market for $1.25 million. Over 200 people have already taken a tour through the home, with more appointments scheduled. 

However, some real estate agents have debated how sellable the home really is. Cedric Stewart from Keller Williams recently told Realtor that funky looking homes are currently trending, while Khari Washington from First United argued the aesthetic is more Southwest than Southern. Still, the house has a lot of fun features both inside and out, and current home buyers will be the ultimate judge as to whether or not the custom home is worth the hefty price tag.

A yard to relax in

Those who enjoy being outdoors will love the yard of the house Keith Bynum and Evan Thomas remodeled for "Rock the Block." It's an entertainer's paradise, with Keith and Evan's outdoor kitchen and spacious porch area, as seen on the Realtor listing. The patio with its pergola for shade and fire pit with surrounding seating makes it ideal for year-round hosting in South Carolina, which has a fairly mild climate. 

Amateur gardeners were also kept in mind when this yard was designed, and will likely appreciate the two raised garden beds. Additionally, the backyard brings a vibe that would fit in well with any climate and location, making it a key selling point for whoever is lucky enough to end up with this famous home. Bringing a bit of a California feel was a final touch to the backyard, with fun palm trees and funky plants. 

There are plenty of other relaxing areas around the house, including a private sauna, freestanding bathtub, and dual vanities. The entire house also features a soft color pallet, which gives it a calming, inviting ambiance. 

A thoroughly modern living room

The living area in the house Keith Bynum and Evan Thomas remodeled for "Rock the Block" is one of the best parts of the residence, with its earth-toned motif and Southwestern feel. The designers were careful to combine modern pieces with classic touches, like the hardwood floors that will endure for generations. Baskets, a storage space for firewood, and ornate wall hangings bring inviting finishing touches, according to Realtor

The house also features multiple large windows for beautiful views of the property, which has an 8,276-square-foot lot. Some of the more artistic components of the home include a design made out of thin pieces of wood, resembling a sort of basket weave, and a sculptural art piece in the main bedroom. Other décor utilized boat sails for what was described as a fabric version of Van Gogh's "Starry Night." The coastal/nautical theme of this bedroom was a huge focus of the show, per HGTV. It's easy to get inspired by all of the rooms in this home when you are looking for your own design project.

The kitchen of your dreams

The kitchen of this South Carolina "Rock the Block" home gave the designers a chance to combine rustic with modern. Again, high-end wood floors were installed to stand the test of time, along with sturdy countertops and distressed cabinets. Comforting hues of grey and white make the kitchen space open to a variety of décor options, including coastal or Southwest. Strategically placed lighting makes everything functional, while the stainless steel fridge really pops against the muted colors and distressed wood. Lastly, ample cabinet and counter space makes the kitchen an ideal space for entertaining. 

The designers really did think of everything when creating this house, and even though Keith Bynum and Evan Thomas never managed to win one of the weekly design challenges on the show (via The Post and Courier), they ended up creating a home design that is truly stunning and memorable. Happen to have over a million dollars on hand? Check out the house for yourself at 141 Sandy Bend Ln, Summerville, SC 29486, per Realtor.