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What I love The bustle of the innercity street below seems like a separate universe once you step into this penthouse. Above Smart Design Studio’s headquarters and home to its founder, the residence is cool and contemporary, with travertine floors, terracotta tiling and walls of glass taking centre stage. Oxford Agency are handling the sale.

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hen Rob Sinclair, boss of E&S, talks about home appliances, he could be Bruce McAvaney swooning over the silky skills of footballer Cyril Rioli, or an art historian explaining the exquisite beauty of the Mona Lisa. There is a romanticism to how he views a good appliance, and anyone who has experienced the satisfying squeaky clean of a top-notch dishwasher, the assuring beep of a sensory clothes washer as it switches to steam mode, or the promise of a riesling glinting in a sleek wine fridge will understand why – and share his sentiment. In our New Living cover story, writer Amelia Barnes chats to Sinclair and other purveyors of the finest appliances to discover what’s new for the modern Australian home. These machines look sensational while making life so much easier, because these days, appliances are as much a feature of a kitchen as the glorious heft of the marble island bench.

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Malvern attributes can be seen in this handsome 2013 house and in its leafy locale near trams, cafes and the Harold Holt swim centre. “Contemporary elegance” is the agent’s description for the interior, which draws natural light from a side courtyard and three double doors

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opening to the hedged, north-facing rear garden with pool. The 570-square-metre property will appeal to young families and to downsizers who could live at ground level and accommodate guests and visiting grandchildren upstairs. Auction: 12.30pm, November 17 Agent: Marshall White, Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058 Luke Piccollo

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If the spring racing carnival got your pulse racing, take a look at this 1880s semi-detached thoroughbred, a short

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canter from Flemington racecourse. In arguably Kensington’s best street, it was once a stock route to the Newmarket saleyards, now the foot traffic involves neighbourly progressive dinners. Three front bedrooms are the traditional scenario but fresh ideas emerge at the rear, where a chic living room opens to a deck, an elevated terrace, and finally a double garage and studio/ rumpus options. Auction: 10am, November 17 Agent: Jellis Craig, Bev Adam 0422 396 477

$2.02 million WHEELERS HILL

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Buyers priced out of Northcote and

authentic woven-wire front fence and

Thornbury are “jumping the border” to

pillared verandah to striking alfresco

Preston to secure a great family home

entertainment areas at the rear, it’s a

with a decent backyard, says agent

turnkey crowd-pleaser, with Smeg

Nuno Raimundo. He worked with the

kitchen, timber floors and rear ROW.

vendors of this charming, single-level

Expressions of interest: close 5pm,

California bungalow over a year to

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ensure its contemporary makeover

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and extension met the brief. From its

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double doors to its verandah, leaving

This property, around the corner from

“Essentially, it’s all brand new and has

advantage cleverly sets this stylish

the rear extension to display a

Yarraville Village, was passing in at

the restored character of the

weatherboard California bungalow

sophisticated kitchen and living area

auction two years ago as a local

streetscape,” the agent says.

apart, the agent says. “It’s a ripper;

with recycled timber floors, floating

couple was walking by. Long story

“It’s a high-end home that meets the

very 2018, bold and contemporary and

joinery and black-framed glazing,

short, they snapped it up and set to

expectations of buyers wanting to

well thought-out from a family point

opening to a deck and lawn.

work. That weatherboard Victorian is

be wowed.”

of view,” he says. The kids’ zone with

Auction: 2.30pm, November 18

unrecognisable today, having gone

Private sale

rumpus is upstairs. The original front

Agent: Hocking Stuart,

from derelict to designer dream home

Agent: Biggin & Scott, Matthew John

footprint contains a vast main

Andrew James 0411 420 788

replete with every on-trend luxury.

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One of the first residences built in postcode 3161, Wyuna’s historical riches have contemporary finery. The double-brick Edwardian was renovated to an exacting standard; its single storey elegantly unfolds across a landscaped 1119-square metre block. Built in 1903, the six-bedroom, four-bathroom house offers flexible family living, and the floor plan includes private and social living zones, a dining room for 20, a rumpus room and self-contained guest studio with its own keyless, secure entrance. Ironbark posts and decking, mahogany kitchen benches, imported tiles and

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stand outs.

with domed skylight leads to

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formal sitting and dining

Expressions of interest:

restoring the 121-year-old

Expressions of interest:

close 5pm, November 20

rooms, and equally grand

close 5pm, November 12

house, with its 4.5 metre

close 2pm, December 6

Agent: Kay & Burton, Darren

casual living zones, gardens

Agent: Marshall White,

ceilings. It is 100 metres from

Agent: Harcourts,

Lewenberg 0412 555 556

and a private terrace.

Nicole French 0417 571 505

Fawkner Park.

Dionne Wilson 0417 318 705

couple spent $600,000

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In t e r v i e w b y S TE PH E N L ACE Y Ph o t o b y DANIE L P O CKE T T

“I am a people person ... I enjoy looking at their beautiful homes and the way they bring them to life.”

With

friend, who was working in real estate,

designed by Fender Katsalidis. It’s

N I C O L E G L E E S O N from Kay & Burton

to try for a job as an assistant to one

modern and provides a nice, easy,

of the directors at Marshall White. The

secure lifestyle.

clientele that I dealt with as a PA

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fter a misspent youth stealing cars – well, one car – and dropping out of beauty school, Nicole Gleeson worked in events management, including the Grand Prix and Melbourne Cup. Now, Gleeson is an accomplished agent with Kay & Burton, selling stylish addresses through Melbourne’s triple-A belt. Fittingly, Gleeson loves beautiful handbags, Prince Harry and luxury travel. She lives in Melbourne with Albert, a Maltese poodle.

became my clients in real estate. It

Do you ever get jealous of the big

immediately felt right. That was 20

houses you sell in South Yarra

years ago.

and Toorak? Never. I have an appreciation of

What do you love about real

beautiful homes, but I’m more jealous

estate?

of the big apartments with more bells

I’m just a people person. It’s natural

and whistles and better views than

for me to be comfortable with people

what I’ve got. In saying that, I already

and deal with them at all levels. I also

have lovely views of the city and to go

enjoy looking at their beautiful homes

home at night and see those city

and the way they bring them to life.

lights keeps me happy.

How was childhood in leafy

What was your first job?

Camberwell?

When I was 14, I helped out in my

I had a good education, gorgeous

grandmother’s beauty salon. I had to

What has this job taught you about

Do you collect anything?

friends, constant family support. The

do waxing, manicures and massages

people?

I’m a bit of a fashion follower and I’m

only mischief I got up to was when it

on Saturday mornings. After I left

I’ve learnt that mirroring a person’s

known for having a soft spot for shoes

came to cars, because I was a bit of a

school, I went to Flagstaff College and

personality and energy is the greatest

and handbags. My motto is, life’s

petrol head. I used to pinch my mum’s

studied beauty therapy, but I didn’t

skill you can master as an agent.

short, buy the handbag.

car and take it driving when I was 15. It

last for long. If you could live anywhere in the

Which living person do you most

was a brand new Fiat. One time, my girlfriend and I took it along the dirt

What was your plan B?

world, where would that be?

admire?

roads around the beach near where

I had a job for 10 years as a PA with

Melbourne. My suburb is Melbourne

Right now, it’s Prince Harry. I love him;

we were staying, and bogged it. We

Harry the Hirer, an events and hiring

3004 and I’m less than two kilometres

he’s just so beautiful, and so

had to find someone to help us get it

company that does all the major

from Federation Square. I live in an

appropriate. He just exudes warmth

out. Then we took it back home,

events, like the Grand Prix and

apartment on St Kilda Road, backing

and care. If I could invite anyone over

washed it down, and my parents

Melbourne Cup. I got a bit bored with

onto Fawkner Park. The block was

for a dinner party, it would definitely

didn’t find out until 25 years later.

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Private auction: November 28 Agent: Abercromby’s, Andrew Harlock 0419 379 992

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Grand old dame that feels like home

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hat would you say if we told you this house was a little Georgian Mediterranean fusion, a little arts and crafts with a side of Australian prime minister? This glorious Kew home boasts serious Australian historical value. Australia’s longest-serving prime minister, Sir Robert Menzies, lived here with his family for about 20 years and it’s said the founding of the Liberal Party took place in its library. Despite its grand antecedents and its imposing appearance, current

owner Anne Green says the house has always been a welcoming one. “So many people who have visited say the house has a special feel. To me it’s a house that always welcomes,” Green says. Simon Curtain, of Abercromby’s, says: “The street drops off the ridge from Studley Park, so there’s an incredibly still feeling here.” Beyond the singular facade, the fine formal hall boasts a sitting nook. The timber and leadlighting are

luminous features best expressed in the foyer and formal lounge/library with its towering bookshelves. A wonderful study accesses the easterly verandah and brings in green views through the broad bay window. A gracious formal dining room offers winning vistas over the grounds. There’s a lovely family room before the kitchen and meals area. These are fine, large spaces with access to the northern courtyard. A passage banks off the main hall and takes you to what would have

been the servant’s stair and a large bedroom/office that overlooks the front garden. The four generous bedrooms are upstairs. The main bedroom is all elegant style and space with a walkin robe and polished en suite. The verdant grounds have a privacy rare in a spread this close to the city. There’s also a tennis court, a round swimming pool, as well as a terrace and the most gorgeous, glade-like garden to the south side.

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Two suburbs from the CBD, this freestanding renovated Victorian has broad buyer appeal. The period cutie has been extended and modernised with dual bathroom vanities, a frameless shower, stone benches and tiled splashbacks, polished concrete floors with underfloor heating, European appliances and soft-closing kitchen cabinets. Small families and downsizers should note its living and dining rooms are open plan. Floor-toceiling stacker doors open to a private rear courtyard with deck and lawn. Moonee Ponds Creek and trail is less than 150 metres away; Macaulay and Kensington train stations are close. Auction: 1.30pm, November 17 Agent: Nelson Alexander, Ryan Currie 0419 120 221

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This double-fronted brick house is feature-packed

Indiscernible from the street, this unassuming house

This picturesque property on 780 square metres is

and contemporary. Behind its period front are two

on 408 square metres of land hides a contemporary

tipped to get architecture fans swinging. Its solid,

levels oriented towards bay views and a timber-

rear extension with striking asymmetrical roof line.

1960s brick construction houses two interior living

decked pool area. Open-plan living and dining zones,

The living and dining areas are open plan. A stone

zones, a gourmet kitchen, premium appliances, and

a cinema room, stone-topped kitchen, wine fridges

kitchen island, butler’s pantry and a rear al fresco

an asymmetrical covered area and terrace oriented

and 468 square metres of property “a stone’s throw

deck are features, as its location in the coveted

towards the fairways. “It is a classic home, a front-

from the waterfront” are standouts, its agent says.

Northcote High school zone.

row seat overlooking the golf course,” its agent says.

Auction: 12.30pm, December 1

Auction: 11am, November 17

Auction: 3pm, November 24

Agent: Greg Hocking, Leigh Melbourne 0414 239 986

Agent: Jellis Craig, Nigel Harry 0412 464 116

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Toorak, we surrender to your regalia

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K, Toorak, stop. Stop with your blue-ribbon, best-onshow, born-to-it bliss. We surrender. You win. You’re still Melbourne’s finest. Come to 140 Kooyong Road, and look at how note perfect a place can be. From its monumental concrete facade, all blank inscrutable beauty, to its green-hedged privacy. Oh, you make us weep sometimes, Toorak. It’s the sublime spread of the space here that perhaps works best – the double-height entry brings the

grandeur; the softening of the volume comes by way of the delineating units that create passages to funnel you through the very fine spaces. Beyond the luminous, lofty entry is a dark powder room. A generous study is tucked away into the southwest corner. Head left from the entry and the place opens up again, flowing past the glass-walled cellar, covered entertaining area and a lush, gorgeous garden.

In the north corner is a media room, offering outside links through a sliding glass door to the pool area. In the magnificent central heart of the home, there’s a humming kitchen with impressive Pietra Grigio marble benches and a roomy butler’s pantry complete with cool room. The living and dining areas are beautifully calibrated with walls of sliding glass on either side opening out to a broad paved terrace to the north and a more intimate landscaped courtyard to the south.

Upstairs, there are five bedrooms. To the eastern end, the main bedroom is a combination of space, light and amenity. It offers a marble trim en suite, huge walk-in wardrobe and a separate retreat. Two of the remaining bedrooms have their own en suites and views over the garden. Get your feet out on the grass by the pool, relax in the sun or knock back a beverage in the covered entertaining area with outdoor kitchen – no one will see you out here, the high hedging creating privacy plus.

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This picture-perfect, freestanding Edwardian home will tick all the boxes for family living in lively Elsternwick. The three bedrooms have open fireplaces and built-in wardrobes, while the main has an en suite. The kitchen, with its stone benchtops and Miele appliances, overlooks the open-plan living and dining zone. From here, French doors open to a paved, al fresco entertaining area that sits among landscaped gardens. There is a loftstyle study and storage space on the first floor. Wesley College is at one end of the street and Glen Huntly Road is a 15-minute walk away. Private sale Agent: Biggin & Scott, Bill Stavrakis 0418 327 622

Suburbs rising to the top

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here’s the beach, the bars, the bands, the restaurants, the easy access to the city and schools – and don’t forget Luna Park. St Kilda must be one of the most popular places to buy a house in Melbourne. But what if you can’t afford it? “You go inland”, says Michael Townsend, principal with McGrath St Kilda. He’s talking about “spill-over suburbs” – the postcodes people turn to when they realise their No.1 pick is just beyond their grasp. In this case, frustrated St Kilda buyers – often couples in their 30s who have had a child or two and are growing out of their St Kilda apartment – are prone to look in places such as St Kilda East and Caulfield South, says Townsend. “Even though they may be selling their two-bedroom apartment for $850,000-$1 million, [a St Kilda house] is suddenly $2 million.

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So they have to go further afield where they can jump into the $1.5 million price-point,” he says. The same goes for neighbouring Elwood, where Townsend says priced-out buyers go for addresses in Balaclava and Elsternwick. RT Edgar Elwood sales director James Meldrum, says Ripponlea, Gardenvale and North Brighton are popular with his priced-out-ofElwood clients. “They love that Martin Street/Head Street area in North Brighton, and a

lot of people are going beach-side of East Brighton,” Meldrum says. Justin Follett, of Follett & Co., sees a similar pattern further south. His patch – prestigious Brighton – gives residents easy access to the city, beaches and a number of soughtafter private schools. Although he’s noted a trend for families on tighter budgets to opt for new townhouses in Brighton, for those who can’t compromise on space the main spill-over suburbs are Brighton East and Hampton. “Those are both very family-friendly suburbs and buyers are getting more bang for their buck,” Follett says. In nearby Hampton East, which has a median price of $1.314 million, he says $1.5 million to $2 million will buy you a “very good” family home. In Brighton, which has a median price of $2.5 million, Follett says you should expect to pay at least $2.6 million for the same.

But spill-over suburbs are not just a bayside phenomenon. Grant Leonard has sold real estate in Northcote for 20 years. He says changes to High Street have led to a boom in restaurants and cafes, with house prices increasing in the area over the past decade. “We find a lot of buyers are now pushing out to Thornbury, where prices have been competitive [but are now] pushing up. The next stop is Preston and even some parts of Reservoir,” he says In terms of distance, Leonard says living in Preston might add another “10 minutes on the tram” to a city commute, compared to Northcote. He says about 70 per cent of his clients begin looking in one suburb and end up buying a property one suburb north. But, Leonard adds, “Sometimes you do have to coach [your clients] to consider that option.”


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Under lofty sawtooth ceilings, this

mixed-use zoning offers flexibility,

This modern balconied terrace, handy

living are on the first floor; two en

former printing factory displays quirky

having a courtyard, rooftop terrace,

to the MCG, Fitzroy Gardens and the

suite bedrooms are above and one

vintage fun with doors from a bank,

two kitchens and two entrances.

CBD, offers vertical living flush with

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stairs from a boat, polished concrete

Auction: 7pm, November 15

high-tech inclusions and high-end

Private sale

floors and a cheerful nod to inner-city

Agent: Jellis Craig, Hamish Adam

craftsmanship. The marble kitchen

Agent: Kay & Burton, Gary Ormrod

grunge. The three-level premises with

0422 798 230

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AUCTIONS Houses and Apartments * ABBOTSFORD 10 Valiant St

0BR

11.00

1.65M-1.8M

Biggin & Scott

12 Valiant St

3BR

11.00

1.45M-1.59M

Biggin & Scott

3BR

10.30

POA

Fletchers

4BR

2.30

POA

Fletchers

5BR

10.00

POA

Fletchers

12 Hammond St

4BR

12.00

NPD

Nick Johnstone

27 Lynch St

4BR

11.00

NPD

Nick Johnstone

38B Warleigh Gr

3BR

10.00

POA

Marshall White

42A Roslyn St

4BR

3.30

POA

Marshall White

45 Sussex St

4BR

11.30

POA

Marshall White

5/76 Whyte St*

2BR

2.30

POA

MW ONE

4BR

11.30

POA

Marshall White

2BR

1.00

POA

Fletchers

3BR

2.00

POA

Fletchers

3BR

10.00

POA

Collins Simms

4BR

11.30

POA

Fletchers

BALWYN NORTH 261 Doncaster Rd

BLACKBURN 35 Alandale Rd

BOX HILL NORTH 11 Hillside Pd

BRIGHTON

BRIGHTON EAST 56 Milroy St

BURWOOD EAST 3/26 Pippin Av*

CAMBERWELL 2/15 Tyrone St*

CARLTON 257 Nicholson St

This sprawling pad at 15 Sargood Street, Toorak, features interiors by renowned designer David Hicks. Listed by Marshall White.

CROYDON 28 Dixon Av

ELSTERNWICK 17 Curral Rd

4BR

1.30

NPD

Wilson

ELWOOD G04/60-62 Broadway*

2BR

2.30

POA

MW ONE

GLEN IRIS 29 Dorrington Av

4BR

10.00

POA

Jellis Craig

7 Hyslop St

3BR

1.00

1.25M-1.32M

Biggin & Scott

6 Faversham Ct

5BR

1.00

1.4M-1.5M Nelson Alexander

HAWTHORN 13/374 Auburn Rd*

3BR

10.30

POA

MW ONE

5a Kooyongkoot Rd

3BR

12.30

POA

Marshall White

3BR

10.30

11 Highfield Gr

4BR

10.00

NPD

Kay & Burton

G05/307 Barkers Rd*

1BR

10.30

POA

MW ONE

KEILOR EAST 58 Brees Rd

2BR

1.00

POA

Jellis Craig

1BR

12.00

480-520

Biggin & Scott

217a/253 Bridge Rd*

2BR

10.00

POA

Jellis Craig

26 Gibdon St

3BR

3.00

1.25M-1.35M

Biggin & Scott

311/20 Burnley St*

2BR

2.00

550-605

Biggin & Scott

43 Bay St

39 Bell St

3BR

12.00

950-1.04M

Biggin & Scott

45 Brickwood St

46 Lyndhurst St

2BR

11.00

1.1M-1.2M

Biggin & Scott

8 Hector St

64 Appleton St

2BR

10.00

POA

Jellis Craig

86 Hunter St

2BR

11.00

POA

Jellis Craig

SOUTH MELBOURNE

GREENVALE

760-830 Nelson Alexander

KEW

101/333 Ferrars St*

2BR

1.00

POA

Cayzer

91 Bank St

3BR

10.30

POA

Marshall White

SOUTH YARRA 2/72 Lang St*

2BR

12.00

POA

Jellis Craig

3BR

11.30

NPD

Wilson

4BR

12.00

2BR

1.00

POA

Fletchers

1/55 Ross St*

2BR

10.00

POA

MW ONE

28 Gordon St

3BR

11.30

POA

Marshall White

2BR

10.30

2BR

2.00

ST KILDA 61 Chapel St

STRATHMORE 15 Tasman Av

1/395 Glenferrie Rd*

2BR

11.00

POA

Jellis Craig

MALVERN EAST 1/25 The Avenue*

1BR

12.00

POA

MW ONE

3BR

12.30

POA

Fletchers

10.00

POA

Jellis Craig

MITCHAM 5 Amboina Av

MONT ALBERT NORTH 4 Morrison Ct

4BR

OAK PARK 232 Waterloo Rd

3BR

12.45

650-700 Nelson Alexander

6/232 Waterloo Rd*

2BR

12.00

590-640 Nelson Alexander

PARKVILLE 109 Park Dr

3BR

12.00

1.6M-1.75M Nelson Alexander

PORT MELBOURNE 502/166 Rouse St*

2BR

11.00

POA

Cayzer

58 Station St

1BR

12.00

POA

Cayzer

PRAHRAN 18 Lalbert Cr

5BR

12.00

NPD

Kay & Burton

7/115a Williams Rd*

2BR

12.00

POA

Biggin & Scott

RICHMOND 14 Westbank Tc

4BR

10.00

NPD

Biggin & Scott

860-940 Nelson Alexander

SURREY HILLS 4/70 Essex Rd*

MALVERN

BALWYN

2 Mitchell St 209/61 .Stawell St*

TOORAK

WEST MELBOURNE 1210/33 Batman St*

430-470 Nelson Alexander

WINDSOR 26/4 Victoria St*

POA

MW ONE

WEEKEND OPEN FOR INSPECTIONS Houses and Apartments *

12.30

POA

Jellis Craig

5BR

1.15

POA

Marshall White

4BR

11.00

POA

Marshall White

5BR

9.15

POA

Marshall White

4BR

10.00

10 Palmerston St

3BR

10.00

POA

Fletchers

15 Middle Rd

4BR

2.00

POA

Marshall White

19 Sunnyside Av

4BR

2.00

POA

Jellis Craig

2/45 Cornell St*

4BR

1.15

POA

Marshall White

502 Burke Rd

4BR

11.00

POA

RT Edgar

BRUNSWICK 665 Park St

12.45

2.8M-3M Nelson Alexander

CAMBERWELL

CANTERBURY 1 Snowden Pl

4BR

3.00

NPD

Kay & Burton

159 Prospect Hill Rd

3BR

12.00

POA

Marshall White

3/27 Faversham Rd*

4BR

2.15

POA

Marshall White

17 Davis St

1BR

10.00

910-1M Nelson Alexander

90 MacPherson St

3BR

3.30

2.75M-2.95M Nelson Alexander

11 Wyuna Rd

6BR

3.30

8 Oulton St

4BR

2.15

CARLTON NORTH

CAULFIELD NORTH 12.30

NPD

Kay & Burton

POA

Marshall White

RT Edgar

EAST MELBOURNE 100 George St

13BR

1.00

POA

130 Powlett St

4BR

3.00

POA

Caine

168 Hotham St

3BR

2.00

POA

Jellis Craig

4BR

2.45

12.45

POA

Biggin & Scott

2BR

12.00

2.45

NPD

Wilson

323 Gore St

3BR

10.45

1.85M-1.95M Nelson Alexander

33 Ltle Victoria St

3BR

10.45

2.8M-3M Nelson Alexander

15 Orrong Rd 4BR

3BR

BRIGHTON

ELSTERNWICK

ABBOTSFORD 183 Vere St

24 Kaleno Vw

1.55M-1.7M Nelson Alexander

ALBERT PARK 157 Kerferd Rd

3BR

11.00

POA

Jellis Craig

251 Danks St

3BR

2.00

POA

Cayzer

ARMADALE

ELWOOD 3/65 Ormond Es*

FITZROY

FITZROY NORTH

1/533 Orrong Rd*

3BR

9.00

POA

Marshall White

19 Adelaide St

3BR

10.00

POA

Marshall White

176 Barkly St

4BRBy Appt.

3/29 Huntingtower Rd

3BR

1.00

POA

Marshall White

5/137 McKean St*

2BR

11.30

9 Gladstone Av

3BR

1.00

NPD

Kay & Burton

64 May St

3BR

11.30

2.8M-3.08M Nelson Alexander POA

Collins Simms

1.7M-1.85M Nelson Alexander

*Denotes unit / townhouse / apartments

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Address

Beds

Sat Sun Price $000s

Agent

Address

Beds

11

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Sat Sun Price $000s

Agent

GLEN IRIS

34A McKinley Av

4BR

10.30

POA

Marshall White

13 Leopold St

4BR

3.00

POA

Marshall White

6 Embling Rd

4BR

10.45

POA

Jellis Craig

54 Vincent St

3BR

1.30

POA

Marshall White

MALVERN EAST 18B Ferncroft Av*

2BR

12.30

POA

Marshall White

18 Glenroy Rd

7BR

2.45

POA

Marshall White

21 Anderson St

5BR

9.30

POA

Jellis Craig

HAWTHORN 21 Kinkora Rd

6BR

11.00

POA

Marshall White

22 Belson St

4BR

10.00

POA

Marshall White

4BR

11.00

POA

Marshall White

22 Belson St

4BR

10.00

POA

Marshall White

31 Berkeley St

4BR

2.30

NPD

Woodards

55 Repton Rd

2BR

12.30

POA

Marshall White

46 Wattle Rd

4BR

11.00

POA

Marshall White

52 Mary St

5BR

1.45

POA

Jellis Craig

45 Campbell Rd

3BR

1.00

NPD

Kay & Burton

5 Miami St

4BR

3.00

POA

Marshall White

KENSINGTON 138 Bellair St

3BR

9.00

1.1M-1.2M

Jellis Craig

120 Eglinton St

4BR

12.00

POA

Jellis Craig

21 Thomas St

4BR

1.30

POA

Marshall White

61 Molesworth St

3BR

3.00

POA

RT Edgar

8 Florence Av

5BR

2.00

NPD

Kay & Burton

KEW

KEW EAST 48 Frater St

4BR

2.30

POA

Fletchers

KOOYONG 10 Moralla Rd

5BR

3.30

NPD

Kay & Burton

MALVERN 10 Mayfield Av

3BR

11.00

NPD

Kay & Burton

11 Wheatland Rd

4BR

12.00

POA

Jellis Craig

26 Elizabeth St

4BR

12.00

POA

RT Edgar

27a Thanet St

4BR

10.00

POA

Marshall White

MELBOURNE 3BR

3.00

POA

RT Edgar

28/79-81 Franklin St*

2BR

1.00

600-660

Caine

105 Erskine St

3BR

12.15

POA

Cayzer

263 Richardson St

3BR

2.30

POA

Marshall White

MIDDLE PARK

109 Errol St

3BR

10.00

145M

Jellis Craig

409 Dryburgh St

3BR

10.30

1.8M-1.98M

Jellis Craig

3BR

1.30

PARKVILLE 3.5M-3.85M Nelson Alexander

PORT MELBOURNE 3BR

10.45

POA

Marshall White

PRAHRAN 19 York St

2BR

12.30

POA

Marshall White

22 Clarke St

4BR

3.30

POA

Marshall White

32 Closeburn Av

4BR

10.00

POA

Marshall White

4BR

10.00

POA

Jellis Craig

RICHMOND 15 Wellington St

Agent

SOUTH MELBOURNE 50 Cobden St

3BR

2.30

POA

Marshall White

2/131 Walsh St

3BR

3.00

NPD

Kay & Burton

21 Millswyn St*

3BR

10.00

POA

Marshall White

25 The Righi

4BR

3.00

POA

RT Edgar

40 Murphy St

5BR

10.45

POA

Marshall White

61A Lang St*

3BR

11.00

POA

Marshall White

8 Penny Ln

4BR

11.30

POA

Marshall White

5BR

11.00

POA

Marshall White

7 Redan St

SURREY HILLS 1 Warwick Av

4BR

12.00

POA

Jellis Craig

2 Essex Rd

4BR

1.45

POA

Marshall White

84 Guildford Rd

4BR

11.45

POA

Marshall White

127 Canterbury Rd

4BR

12.30

POA

Marshall White

14 Winifred Cr

4BR

11.00

NPD

Kay & Burton

140 Kooyong Rd

5BR

1.15

POA

Marshall White

15 Sargood St

5BR

12.30

POA

Marshall White

18 Heyington Pl

5BR

12.00

NPD

Kay & Burton

2/3 Douglas St*

3BR

11.45

POA

Marshall White

TOORAK

NORTH MELBOURNE

178 Esplanade Es

Sat Sun Price $000s

ST KILDA

1601/480 St Kilda Rd*

89 Royal Pd

Beds

SOUTH YARRA

23 Kinkora Rd

HAWTHORN EAST

Address

2/3 Lansell Ct*

3BR

12.45

POA

Marshall White

2/669 Toorak Rd*

3BR

1.30

POA

Marshall White

20 Winifred Cr

4BR

10.00

POA

RT Edgar

7 Torresdale Ct

4BR

12.00

POA

RT Edgar

7 Yar Orrong Rd

4BRBy Appt.

NPD

Kay & Burton

7/60A Heyington Pl*

3BR

2.00

POA

RT Edgar

8 Hopetoun Rd

0BR

4.00

POA

RT Edgar

5BR

12.00

POA

RT Edgar

WINDSOR 68 High St

*Denotes unit / townhouse / apartments

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ABBOTSFORD – ALBERT PARK

263 Richardson Street, Middle Park

marshallwhite.com.au

178 Esplanade East, Port Melbourne

marshallwhite.com.au

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ALBERT PARK

Artist Impression

Retire in Style at Albert Park Lake The Grace Albert Park Lake by Australian Unity in Melbourne presents residents with a quality and active lifestyle. A world-class design ensemble of Fender Katsalidis and Mim Design delivers a superior level of accommodation, amenity and service.

1 bedroom from $650,000

2 bedrooms from $795,000

3 bedrooms from $1,142,000

Penthouse from $4,500,000

Full-size Display Residence now open by appointment. Located at 114 Albert Road, South Melbourne. CONTAC T PATR ICI A ON 0 488 880 339 | THEG R ACE ALBER TPA RKL AKE .COM. AU

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ALBERT PARK

ALBERT PARK 251 Danks Street

3

1

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MIDDLE PARK 105 Erskine Street

DECEPTIVE EDWARDIAN On one of Albert Park’s deepest allotments with two street frontages, this semi-detached residence is in excellent condition throughout yet offering scope to renovate and extend (STCA) • Land 5.5 x 50 m (approx) • Opposite enclosed playground plus a short stroll to public transport, schools, Victoria Avenue and 200 m to beach • North-facing courtyard, lock up garage off Little Page Street • Rich in period detail; open fireplace, leadlight, high ceilings and timber floors throughout

Superbly presented double fronted Edwardian with gorgeous period detail. Two double bedrooms with BIRS, fabulous living area, third bedroom, bathroom with laundry. Fully equipped kitchen opens to north-facing courtyard. • Blue chip location, a short stroll to Middle Park Village, beach, schools, public transport and Albert Park Lake • Open fireplace, Baltic timber floors and high ceilings throughout • Split system heating/cooling View

Sat 12.15-12.45pm, Tues & Thurs 12.45-1.15pm Auction Saturday 17th November 2.30pm Contact Simon Carruthers 0438 811 601 Geoff Cayzer 9690 9782

Port Melbourne 03 9646 0812

cayzer.com.au

AUCTION TODAY 19 York Street St Kilda West

4 AUCTION VIEWING CONTACT

kayburton.com.au 20

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RARE OPPORTUNITY

View Sat 2-2.30pm, Tues & Thurs 12 - 12.30pm Auction Saturday 17th November 12pm Contact Simon Carruthers 0438 811 601 Michael Szulc 0417 122 809

Albert Park 03 9699 5999

3

2.5

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ALBERT PARK

223 Beaconsfi f eld Parade fi Middle Park

5

1

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

VIEWING

CONTACT

CAYZER REAL ESTATE

6

4

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ARMADALE

19 Adelaide Street, Armadale

3/29 Huntingtower Road, Armadale

marshallwhite.com.au

9 Gladstone Avenue Armadale

marshallwhite.com.au

3 AUCTION

1

2

7 Inverness Avenue Armadale

VIEWING

VIEWING

CONTACT

CONTACT

kayburton.com.au 22

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1.5


BALWYN – BRIGHTON

Map out your search

Install the Domain app.

832 Hampton Street Brighton

4

3

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

2

398 Bay Street Brighton

VIEWING

4

3

2

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST VIEWING

CONTACT

CONTACT

kayburton.com.au DOM A IN

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BRIGHTON

43 Bay Street, Brighton

45 Brickwood Street, Brighton

marshallwhite.com.au

23 Albert Street, Brighton

8 Hector Street, Brighton

marshallwhite.com.au 24

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marshallwhite.com.au

marshallwhite.com.au


BRIGHTON – BRUNSWICK

46 Holyrood Street, Hampton

2b Dendy Street, Brighton

marshallwhite.com.au

marshallwhite.com.au

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CAMBERWELL

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CAMBERWELL

15 Middle Road, Camberwell

marshallwhite.com.au

159 Prospect Hill Road, Canterbury

marshallwhite.com.au 28

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3/27 Faversham Road, Canterbury

marshallwhite.com.au


CAMBERWELL

2 Essex Road, Surrey Hills

84 Guildford Road, Surrey Hills

marshallwhite.com.au

45 Highfield Road, Canterbury

marshallwhite.com.au

239 Union Road, Surrey Hills

marshallwhite.com.au

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CARLTON – EAST MELBOURNE

11 Wyuna Road Caulfield North

6

1

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CONTACT

kayburton.com.au

East Melbourne

A4 B3 C4

130 Powlett St Str tre reet

PRIVAT A E SALE AT OPEN SAT A 10TH NOV 3:00PM - 3:30PM AT

Paul Caine 0407 393 900 T by Campbell 0409 965 146 To

Architectural design serves to highlight the old and new, from the authentic 1867 facade, through to the two-horse stable at the rear the history and charm has been perfectly preserved. From historic beauty to the very latest in high-tech residential living, even the most discerning buyer would be proud to call this home.

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AUCTION Saturday 24th November at 2:00pm VIEW Sat 2.45-3.15, Sun 12.45-1.15, Thu 5.45-6.15 CONTACT Bill Stavrakis 0418 327 622 Angelos Stefanis 0402 23 23 99 Sven Fischer 0420 397 344

ID and contact details are required at all open for inspections

263 Glenhuntly Road Elsternwick

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bigginscott.com.au


FITZROY – GLEN IRIS

8 Bourne Road, Glen Iris

marshallwhite.com.au DOM A IN

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GLEN IRIS – HAWTHORN

8 Barina Road, Glen Iris

13 Leopold Street, Glen Iris

marshallwhite.com.au

marshallwhite.com.au

1 Goodall Street 6

4

2

’Milawa’ the Victorian mansion built for the family of Sir Isaac Isaacs, Australia´s first Australian Governor General, is suffused with history. Enjoying views across the city, ’Milawa’ is a two-storey home, boasting six bedrooms and four bathrooms, superbly ornamented fireplaces, cornices, roses, wallpapers and stained glass windows. Having undergone a major renovation she is a rare Victorian beauty. View: Saturday & Wednesday 1.00-1.30pm

21 Thomas Street, Kew

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21 Kinkora Road, Hawthorn

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The finest park-front residences. A rare collection of only 20 individually designed apartments. 2 Bedrooms from $1,350,000

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Designed by renowned Architect, Rob Mills Architecture and Interiors. This residence sets a new benchmark for design excellence and premium quality, internally 259 sqm approximately. The building’s exterior offers a modernist brick façade and exquisite landscaped private garden of 145 sqm approximately, created by Jack Merlo. Natural light flows effortlessly into spacious living areas with elevated ceilings, complementing the neutral colour palette and exemplary brass detailing. The textural play of marbled stone and bespoke joinery with the highest quality fixtures, unite for an exclusive classic contemporary aesthetic. In perfect position on Glenferrie Road, Middleton is just moments away from an array of retail, dining and recreational offerings. All images are artist’s impressions only.

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Jacob Caine 0407 393 599 Emily Rutherford 0406 150 142

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31/49-51 Bay Road Sandringham

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PENTHOUSE APARTMENT WITH VIEWS FOREVER Spectacular sweeping views across the Bay, to the You Yangs, Williamstown, the City and the Dandenongâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. A 300 degree panorama, with sunsets beyond your wildest dreams. This luxury penthouse apartment, close to shops, train and the beach, has 3 bedrooms and executive home office, 3 bathrooms, powder room and 3 living areas.

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Amidst a leafy streetscape close to Chapel Street and Toorak Road, this superbly proportioned and classically elegant Edwardian residence delivers immediate family appeal in this prized locale. A traditional entrance introduces the well proportioned formal sitting room and separate large study. The light filled kitchen and island bench extends to an open plan informal dining and family room. Huge master bedroom with expansive built in robes and sleek ensuite. Second bedroom with ensuite bathroom, two further bedrooms and family bathroom. Large well equipped laundry and double carport. A meticulously landscaped private rear garden is complemented with an alfresco setting and built in BBQ offering boundless entertaining and relaxation options. This truly is the height of family living. Private Auction: Tuesday 27th November View: Saturday 1.00-1.30pm Wednesday 11.00-11.30am Contact: Tim Derham 0438 332 844 Ada Taylor 0428 058 880 Office 9864 5300

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Penthouse, 2 Nola Court, Toorak

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21 Millswyn Street, South Yarra

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959 High Street, Armadale

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Light filled, flexible spaces effortlessly cater to every stage of family life. A chef´s kitchen with open plan living and dining sits at the heart of the home, enhanced by concertina windows opening to the elevated lap pool and seamlessly connecting the garden and alfresco entertaining space. Upstairs includes a second living area with balcony overlooking the established garden. Additional features: double carport, open fire places and storage.

2/669 Toorak Road, Toorak

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Exclusively situated, this refined ground floor residence´s exceptional scale and luxurious interior delivers the finest in contemporary European elegance. Features a palatial living room and separate dining space incorporating a gourmet kitchen extending out to a private terrace with lush landscaped gardens. The lavishly proportioned main bedroom with dressing room and travertine appointed ensuite is accompanied by two additional bedrooms with abundant storage and the convenience of their own ensuites. Also includes stately library. 295sqm (approx) of living. Private Auction: Tuesday 20th November View: By appointment Saturday 2.00-2.30pm & Thursday 6.00-6.30pm 24/7 View: 1-51mathouraroad-toorak.com Contact: Emma Pierson 0409 182 310 Jock Langley 0419 530 008 Ada Taylor 0428 058 880 Office 9864 5300

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Showcasing impeccable refinement and luxury throughout, this exquisite and rare penthouse residence with Sue Carr design interiors delivers an exclusive Toorak lifestyle. A private lift introduces a formal sitting and dining room, opening to a full width north facing terrace, complemented by relaxed open plan living and a breathtaking wrap around terrace. State of the art kitchen with sizeable butlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pantry, main bedroom with dressing room and ensuite plus two additional bedrooms sharing a central dual entrance ensuite and excellent security. Over 400sqm (approx.) of living. EOI: Closing Friday 23rd November at 5.00pm View: Strictly By Appointment Saturday 12.00-12.30pm, Wednesday 12.00-12.30pm & Thursday 5.00-5.30pm 24/7 View: www.2-38washingtonstreet-toorak.com Contact: Jock Langley 0419 530 008 Emma Pierson 0409 182 310 Ada Taylor 0428 058 880 Office 9864 5300

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occupies three-quarters of the width and ends in a huge

This 8.6-hectare estate at

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Jan Juc, like its near-

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curved terrace overlooking

Romsey is like something out

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neighbour Torquay, has a

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the water. The main

of the 19th century – and

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growing permanent

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bedroom next door also has

that’s where Linwen’s roots

the views and access to the

lay. The house, now much

house, which has views of

a demand for family style

and a casual family room.

terrace. There are two

extended, was built circa-

the hills. Two bedrooms are

housing. This Edwardian-

The main bedroom, with

bedrooms and a study on

1850 and retains its Victorian

at each end of the house

inspired house is on a large

balcony, deck, en suite and

this upper level and

look with bluestone, brick

separated by huge formal

block and has charm and

built-in wardrobe, is upstairs.

downstairs there are two

and wide verandahs. An

living rooms and a dramatic

grace. A huge period-look

Expressions of interest:

larger bedrooms and a

extension in the late 1970s

gallery-style entrance hall.

L-shaped living room with a

close December 3

rumpus room.

was sensitively done and a

Auction: 11am, November 17

bay window overlooking the

Agent: Great Ocean

Private sale

recent renovation has

Agent: Keatings Real Estate,

garden is fronted by an

Properties, Marty Maher

Agent: Wodonga Real

continued the love. A tree-

Sandi Barry-Mueller

arched fretwork timber

0419 505 279

Estate, Clinton Harvey

lined drive leads to the

0408 392 347

wraparound verandah. It

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Řȱ ˜›˜—ȱ›ŽŽ •’—Ž›œ /ŶĂŶƵŶƉĂƌĂůůĞůĞĚƉŽƐŝƚŝŽŶ ŽƉƚŝŵŝƐŝŶŐĞdžŚŝůĂƌĂƚŝŶŐŽĐĞĂŶ ǀŝĞǁƐĂĐƌŽƐƐtĞƐƚĞƌŶWŽƌƚƚŽ WŚŝůůŝƉ/ƐůĂŶĚ͕ƚŚŝƐĐůĂƐƐŝĐƚŚƌĞĞ ďĞĚŚŽŵĞŽŶϭϬϱϬƐƋŵ;ĂƉƉƌŽdžͿ͕ ŽĨĨĞƌƐŝŵŵĞĚŝĂƚĞĐŽŵĨŽƌƚĂŶĚ ĞdžĐŝƚŝŶŐĨƵƚƵƌĞƉŽƚĞŶƚŝĂů͘tŝƚŚ ǁƌĂƉĂƌŽƵŶĚďĂůĐŽŶLJ͕ƉůƵƐƐƉůŝƚ ƐLJƐƚĞŵŚĞĂƚŝŶŐͬĐŽŽůŝŶŐ͕ŐĂƌĂŐĞ ĂŶĚĚŽƵďůĞĐĂƌƉŽƌƚ͕ƚŚŝƐŝƐƉƌŝŵĞ ƉŽƚĞŶƚŝĂůŝŶĂƉĞƌĨĞĐƚůŽĐĂƚŝŽŶ͘ hd/KE ^ĂƚƵƌĚĂLJϭƐƚĞĐĞŵďĞƌĂƚϭƉŵ ;hŶůĞƐƐ^ŽůĚWƌŝŽƌͿ s/t^ĂƚΘ^ƵŶϭ͘ϬϬͲϭ͘ϯϬƉŵ DŝĐŚĂĞůWĂƌŬĞƌϬϰϮϴϱϰϬϱϬϬ ^ĂŵĂŶƚŚĂDŽĨĨĂƚƚϬϰϯϭϳϬϮϴϯϴ

ŗŘȱŽ•œ˜—ȱ›ŽŽ ‘˜›Ž‘Š–

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hd/KE ^ĂƚϭϳƚŚEŽǀĞŵďĞƌĂƚϭϭ͘ϬϬĂŵ ;hŶůĞƐƐ^ŽůĚWƌŝŽƌͿ s/t^ĂƚΘ^ƵŶϯ͘ϯϬͲϰ͘ϬϬƉŵ DŝĐŚĂĞůWĂƌŬĞƌϬϰϮϴϱϰϬϱϬϬ ,ŽůůLJ>ŽŶŐŵƵŝƌϬϰϮϱϳϯϳϲϳϰ

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58 & 60 Hemston Avenue Situated directly opposite Sorrento Golf Club, walk to Shelly Beach, Portsea Village or Sorrento shops. Two ideal new home sites to be offered separately.

View: Meet Agent On Site Saturday at 10.00am

Auction: Saturday 1st December at 11.00 & 11.15am Contact: Tim Derham 0438 332 844 Hugh Hardy 0407 339 807 Office 9864 5300

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767 Mount Macedon Road Cameron Lodge, built in 1886, is a place of rare beauty. An Indian Colonial mansion, fully renovated, featuring wide verandahs, long views, grand rooms, a pool, and a three-bedroom guest wing. Below the house a four-bedroom cottage, steeped in history but possessing all modernity, offers an opportunity for commercial hospitality. Under mature trees the four-hectare garden is formally laid out and decorated with stonework. Walls and stairs join and divide, a tennis court, a Temple of The Winds, Roman Baths, a wisteria-covered pergola and Turitable Creek frontage - Cameron Lodge just keeps bestowing wonders. It is, simply, one of Victoria´s treasures. Positioned within an hours drive to Melbourne CBD, a mere 25 minutes to Tullamarine International Airport.

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Private Auction: Friday 23rd November View: Strictly By Appointment Meet Agent On Site Sun 11th Nov at 1pm & Fri 16th Nov 11am 24/7 View: 767mountmacedonroad.com Contact: Jock Langley 0419 530 008 Emma Pierson 0409 182 310 Office 9864 5300

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AVENEL - LONGWOOD DISTRICT | VIC I O E

716 Hectares - 1,770 Acres

Renowned Country Estate ‘Oak Valley’ Long ownership cattle/ sheep enterprise complimented by elegant homestead in a botanical and historic garden.

• Prime location - approximately 135 km (1.5 hours) Melbourne via Hume Freeway ­ €‚ƒ„…†…‡­ˆƒ„‰Š­‹ŒƒŽ­ˆŒ…‹ˆ­‘­‚Œ‹‹…„’­“ƒ‚Ž­”ƒ‹‹•Šˆ­‘­Žƒ’„…–‡•„†­”…•“ˆ—­­ park-like • Abundant water supply from 20 dams many spring fed – 7 megalitre ­ ¢Œ‚•­‹…‡•„‡•—­£¤¥­‹…‡•„‡•­‘­‡‚••¦ˆ  ­ §‹•’ƒ„†­¨ŒŽ•ˆ†•ƒ‰­–”•­¢•‰‚ŒŒŽ—­•©ª•‚†‹Š­‚•«¬‚¢…ˆ¨•‰­®­‹¬©¬‚Š­‚¬‚ƒ‹­­ ­ ‹…”…„’—­…„’‚Œ¬„‰­ªŒŒ‹—­†•„„…ˆ­‡Œ¬‚† • Numerous quality machinery and hay sheds – steel cattle yards – WB manager’s home

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92  110 PRINCES DRIVE, MORWELL Arguably- The Most Sought-After Commercial Exposure Site in Regional Victoria This truly rare & highly sought after commercial 5,738sqm site offers so much untapped potential with prominent location & exposure / traffic levels that ensure maximum visibility making it ideal for re-development. • Sensational 5,738sqm (approximately) Super Site • Impressive Corner lot that boasts 163m of road frontages (Corner Princes Drive & Tramway Road) that only enhances exposure levels for potential use

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST CLOSING Tuesday 13th November 2018 CONTACT George Demetrios 0413 776 303 stockdaleleggo.com.au

Jim Demetrios 0419 335 271

102 Hectares – 252 Acres

Kelkette Park To be auctioned as a whole, if not sold then auctioned in 2 separate lots • Lot 4 - 47.14 hectares - 116.43 acres and Lot 5 55.02 hectares - 135.89 acres

AUCTION - SATURDAY, 8TH DECEMBER 2018 AT 10:30AM ON SITE

• Located 20 km from Albury/Wodonga at Yackandandah Address:

1333 Yackandandah-Wodonga

• Ideal future cattle or horse stud property on sealed road

Road, Yackandandah, VIC

• Range of building sites with beautiful mountain valley views • Three sheds with power, stables, horse shelters, day yards

Contact:

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• Excellent horse infrastructure, steel cattle yards

Peter Ruaro 0447 600 825

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Auction

TARADALE 16 Back Road

Date 24 Nov 2018 2.00pm View Saturday 10 Nov 12.30pm-1.00pm

With great passion the original mine buildings have been transformed into a extraordinary family home. • Stunning views and large spring fed dam • Soaring ceilings • Amazing man’s cave • 20 acres approx.

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THE GURDIES

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"Seafront Farms" With absolute Coastal Reserve frontage - this unique and superb offering is next level "wow". Set on 112 acres & 4.5 acres with combined 856m seafront and 7 e-Star Bauhaus architect designed home. It's almost impossible to describe the lengths the current owners have gone to in presenting a superb "off grid" lifestyle experience without peer in this desirable Westernport coastal region. Let's start with absolute Coastal Reserve frontage of 856m, a brilliantly conceived energy efficient main residence of approx. 300sq.m, featuring 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, pantry with full walk in cool room and 2 x 100 sq.m garages that house two hovercraft. Solar array, windmill, bio-solution, water catchment, reticulation, security cameras and back-up generator are either fully automatic or electronically controlled and wirelessly connected to the NBN. Thriving fish stocks in the dams and Westernport Bay provide everyday enticement for keen anglers. And we need to mention the property manager's/guest quarters - a delightfully secluded and recently renovated cedar cottage. The rich peat soils, improved pastures, stockyards and deer-proof 1.9m high perimeter fencing add further practical appeal. Seafront Farms is an authentically unique seaside experience supported by impeccable infrastructure, sublime views and a very private, verdant setting on 116.5 acres. The only way to fully appreciate this property is to arrange an appointment and see it for yourself.

FOR SALE BY EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

Closing 31st January 2019 at 4.00pm unless sold prior. Properties may be sold separately. Available on a walk in, walk out basis. www.seafrontfarms.com Contact Tom Gibson 0438 574 472 Berwick 9707 2000 alexscott.com.au

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PHILLIP ISLAND VENTNOR DAVIES LANE FARM LEASE - 33.96HA (84 ACRES APPROX.) â&#x20AC;˘ Outstanding and affordable opportunity to enjoy a rural lifestyle property â&#x20AC;˘ Stunning Bay and Peninsula views â&#x20AC;˘ 4 bedroom home with three spacious living areas â&#x20AC;˘ Excellent stock yards, 2 dams, machinery sheds with huge storage â&#x20AC;˘ Mains water and mains power, improved pastures and first class fencing Contact: Bev Sunderland 5952 2633

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Set on a hilltop allotment of over 3,200m2, Rhyll Haven is a lifestyle property like no other. A true haven for birds and wildlife and for those looking to escape the everyday hustle and bustle, Rhyll Haven currently operates as one of Victoria's premium hosted B&Bs, with a strong following of international and domestic guests. Set amidst a leafy established garden and sweeping lawn, the unique property design provides superb accommodation across two main buildings. There are 6 separate, individual self-contained suites and zones within this fabulous property. The main residence consists of an open plan kitchen and living area with 2 downstairs bedrooms, plus a luxurious upstairs master bedroom affording gorgeous garden and bay views. Each guest suite is distinctively different, yet they all share a range of very desirable inclusions including:

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A short stroll down the hill and you'll be on the grassy foreshore counting the sail boats and pelicans, or visiting the local general store, tennis courts, cafes, delightful restaurants, charming jetty or bushland walking trails. Rhyll Haven is close to all the attractions Phillip Island has to offer and is an easy 90 minute drive from Melbourne.

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Closing 14th December 2018 at 4.00pm

Contact: Greg Price 0419 337 441 Maree Malloy 0408 316 715 Cowes Office 5952 2633 DOM A IN

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‘ rentlia’ Wonthaggi, South Gippsland, Vic • 5 title 282.04ha* (697* acres) freehold property — beautifully presented 4 bedroom homestead with coastal views • Town water and 3 phase power connected to the property • Highly fertile soil and high annual rainfall region. Excellent on farm improvements and infrastructure • Bass Coast / South Gippsland coastal position within close proximity to Wonthaggi and Melbourne

Expression of Interest Closing Wed 14 Nov 5pm View By appointment ason Hellyer 0403 043 571 te e Hodge 0403 538 482 ay

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ppro ed ubdi ision waiting De elopment 23ha* (58* acres) — 67 Leahys Lane, imboon Vic • 10 highly popular low density allotments, 2–2.09ha* • 39 higher density allotments 499–1,770m2* • Located in the heart of a thriving town. Magnificent rural views • Walking distance to schools, hospital, medical centre, bowls club and town centre

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Versatile Property Held in the Family for 58 Years Expressions of Interest Closing Friday 16 November 2018 5pm Gerard Delaney 0448 760 777 *approx.

‘Margyle’, 232.5ha* (574.55ac*), 485 Cemetary Road, Cobden, Vic • Fully equipped, 50 bail rotary, auto draft, spray, meters, cellsense, Jantec, 14500 vatx. 18.5ha* centre pivot (3ph). Abundant water • Feed pad, shedding, deep fertile grey loam soils. Milking 500 cows + replacements. 2 x 4 bdm + study homes — close to major centres, schools & lakes. Adjoining 180ac* lease part of purchase

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Expressions of Interest Closing Wednesday 14 November 2018 5pm Gerard Delaney 0448 760 777 *approx.


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Video Online Historically 2 of the Mid-North Coast’s Best, Destocked & 500mm+ since July ‘The Meadows’ & ‘Riverview’, Raleigh NSW • ‘The Meadows’, 125.96ha* (311.1* acres) in 3 lots & neighbouring ‘Riverview’, 120.47ha* (297.6* acres) • Midway between Sydney & Brisbane, 5* minutes to the beach & 20* minutes Coffs Harbour • Historically improved pastures with deep, rich & fertile alluvial soils • Bitumen access, mains power & town water plus new fencing, multiple sheds & dairy complex • Federation style home (‘Riverview’), 2 bdm cottage & 2 building entitlements on 5* acre lots (‘The Meadows’) Some of the best value & reliable farmland in NSW suited to a variety of agricultural pursuits including beef, cropping or dairy.

Auction 12 Dec 2018 11am Cedar Bar, Bellingen (To be offered individually) Rory Birt 0403 913 527 Michael Jackson 0427 009 409 John O’Leary 0412 948 700 *approx.

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Versatile 5 Title Property — Strong Agribusiness Heritage ‘Collins Highland’, Trafalgar South, Vic • 5 titles, 142.9ha* (353* acres) freehold property • Substantial integrated irrigation network. 189ML water licence • Highly fertile high annual rainfall region • Significant on-farm improvements. 4 bedroom homestead • Strategic Gippsland location within close proximity to Melbourne

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741-743 Point Nepean Road

Expressions of Interest Closing 15 Nov 2018 5pm Jason Hellyer 0403 043 571 Stephen Hodge 0403 538 482 *approx.

• 1891 historic seaside mansion refurbished to perfection, directly adjacent the beach • Stone kitchen, three living/d / ining zones, plus /d upper terrace overlooking Arthur’s Seat • Fully tiled swimming pool and spa, plus alfresco pavilion with kitchen, fireplace and pizza oven

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‘YUNGELLA’ 88 Wilhelmina Falls Road, Murrindindi via Yea, VIC

‘SOMERSET PARK’ Rhyll – Phillip Island, VIC | 40.75 HA / 100 AC 170 Harbison Road, Rhyll Lifestyle/Grazing/Location

149.1 HA* / 368.5 AC* – 8 Titles At the headwaters of the Murrindindi Valley

• Ideal for cattle, sheep, horses or viticulture • 2 homes suitable for permanent, weekend or holiday accommodation • Private wetlands/lake with abundant bird and wildlife • Town water plus dams, excellent tree cover • Panoramic water views from elevated position • 1 hour 45 minutes to Melbourne CBD ‘Somerset Park’ presents a rare opportunity to secure a grazing/lifestyle property on Phillip Island, one of Victoria and Australia’s premiere tourist holiday and lifestyle destinations.

• 2 stand shearing shed; dairy; hay shed; 3 bay machinery shed (lock up); pump shed; cattle yards • 1 approved house envelope with 7 additional house envelopes (STCA) • Gentle balance of river flats and rising hills providing magnificent vista views • Extensive pasture improvement, strong fertiliser history • 1.5 kms* of Murrindindi River frontage • 16 megalitre high reliability water licence from the Horseyard Creek • Conveniently located just 1.5 hours* from Melbourne CBD

Auction

Expressions of Interest

Date Friday 23rd November 2018, 1pm Venue On site Open Saturday 10th November, 11am-12pm Or by Inspection by appointment with selling agents Don Olden 0417 805 312 Nick Myer 0427 610 278 Elders Korumburra 03 5658 1894 eldersrealestate.com.au/19846238

* denotes approx.

Closing Thursday 13th December 2018, 4.00 pm Venue Elders Yea Bruce Elliott 0409 699 937 eldersrealestate.com.au/19888027 CBRE James Beer 0416 859 565

‘LOUDEN FARMS’ Catani, VIC | 290* HA / 718* AC

Highly productive rural asset on Melbourne’s doorstep 180 North Yannathan Road, Catani, Victoria – To be offered as a whole or as five contingent allotments – Total Land Area: 290.52 HA* – 718 AC* – Green Wedge Zone • Meticulously presented 5 bedroom home (main with ensuite), spacious open plan • Multiple machinery and hay sheds kitchen/living area, study, 2 bathrooms, new in ground pool and entertaining area, • Highly productive rich dark peat loam soils suited to a range of agricultural plus 3 car lockable garage pursuits • 2 further residences on separate titles • Extensive pasture and fertiliser history • 50 unit rotary dairy, Milkaware milking machines, AFI computerised stock • Reliable 34 inch* rainfall in addition to 3 S&D deep lead bores management system with milk metres, heat detection, individual cow feeding and • Ideally positioned 26 km* east of Pakenham, 32 km* west of Warragul and livestock recording 84 km* south east of Melbourne CBD RE317FR&A

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Real Estate

Expressions of Interest

Date Thursday 6th December 2018, 4pm Venue Elders Melbourne, 160 Queen Street, Melbourne Anthony Stevens 0417 822 356 Nick Myer 0427 610 278 eldersrealestate.com.au/19885949 * denotes approx.

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Renowned ‘CAFÉ Catalpa’ Restaurant, Western District, VIC

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Unique Investment Opportunity Tarrington VIA Hamilton • Fully licensed business with a very loyal client base • 80 dining spaces inside plus undercover courtyard for weddings and private functions, seating up to around 100 people • Large modern kitchen complex. Local wines and produce • Spacious modern, neat and tidy complex with Hamilton Highway frontage A very lucrative well run business with unlimited potential. Must been seen to be appreciated Price, Freehold, W.I.W.O plus SAV Excellent Value – P.O.A

This exceptionally elegant manor house with 6 main rooms and integrated conservatory on 992sqm in prized location. Adjacent to parklands, delightful walks, pretty creek, golf course, tennis courts, primary school, library and with VLine commuter rail nearby.

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For Sale

David Peardon 0408 528 050 Elders Hamilton 03 5551 5700 eldersrealestate.com.au/19885955

133 High Street, Woodend

Price $1,295,000 ™

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165 High St, Woodend “Keswick” Woodend magic. A quintessential and large country home of 7 main rooms on incredibly big and delightful garden plot of 1501m². Oozing generous accommodation, wonderful warmth and delightful English Character. AUCTION Saturday 24th November at 11am

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“Australians are spending more on appliances, not for the sake of convenience, but certainly for that ultimate entertaining/status piece.”

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Welcome to the future

hose who watched the last season of The Block will be well aware of the high-tech appliances boom sweeping the Australian market. From voiceautomated taps to $26,000 refrigerators, we saw these appliances take centre stage in many of the contestants’ rooms, serving as much a piece of art as they do a functional item. With so many brands and features on offer at various prices, researching the white-goods market can be overwhelming. Australian consumers are a cautious bunch unlikely to jump on the latest appliance gimmick unless it demonstrates a genuine improvement to their life. In the past decade, major household appliances in the average Australian home have evolved in many ways, particularly in energy efficiency. “Australia is one of the world’s leaders in driving energy efficiency and water-consumption reductions,” says E&S managing director Rob Sinclair. “Products must achieve super-low energy consumption standards and, in the case of refrigeration and airconditioners, the use of the most efficient and environmentally friendly gases is imperative.” There has also been a shift in appliances’ flexibility and ease of use. Self-cleaning ovens, dishwashers with easy-to-move shelves and induction cooktops have all entered the mainstream. Sinclair says customers generally look to fulfil four wishes when shopping for an appliance: the ability to make their life easier, save time, be energy efficient and be safe. Heat-pump technology that regulates washing-machine water temperature is among the new features that meet this criteria. “In the case of appliances in the laundry, we see Bosch, Siemens, Miele, Asko, V-Zug and AEG using super-efficient heat-pump technology to significantly reduce the running cost of dryers in our laundries,” Sinclair says. This technology has more recently made its way into dishwashers from Swiss brand V-Zug, which Sinclair says makes them the most energy efficient dishwashers in the world.


Barefoot Bay Cottage The kitchen in this Barefoot Escapes holiday home in the centre of Byron Bay (created by The Designory) is part of a larger open living space, opening to outdoor decks. “This meant that integrating the overall scheme for the home in to the kitchen design was vital to the success of the whole home and the way the owners and guests would use the space,” The Designory director Melissa Bonney says. “The stainless finishes worked perfectly with the palette for the home, so we chose not to integrate appliances and instead showcased them and their sleek design.”

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and Asko are releasing this technology, providing competition which now sees 20-40 per cent savings,” Sinclair says. Refrigerators have now become sleeker and more refined to better fit with interior design. The Fisher & Paykel integrated range can be customised to a consumer’s kitchen cabinetry and neatly slide into place. “Australians are spending more on appliances, not for the sake of convenience, but certainly for that

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Auto-dose technology is another impressive washing machine and dishwasher feature. It enables up to 1.6 litres of laundry detergent to be automatically drawn as needed by an appliance’s wash cycle. This was first introduced about 10 years ago internationally and made its way to Australia 18 months later, but only recently have makers incorporated it into locally available products. “After the initial introduction by Siemens, brands like Bosch, Miele

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ultimate entertaining/status piece,” says Winning Appliances senior category manager Jordan Rogers. “These products really lift the style of your kitchen for that seamless look and appearance we all love.” The internal features of these refrigerators are more advanced. For example, Beko has recently launched the Active Fresh Blue Light refrigerator in Australia. This keeps food fresh up to three times longer. Another similar appliance is the LG InstaView Door-in-Door refrigerator. With two quick knocks, this fridge door turns transparent to reveal its contents and stop cold air being lost by opening the door. Cooking appliances are also showing more niche features as consumers embrace cooking as a hobby rather than chore. KitchenAid’s Chef Touch – a complete sous-vide cooking system for the home – is an example. This three-in-one system includes a vacuum machine for preserving food using the sous-vide technique, a steam oven and a shock freezer for rapid chilling and freezing. In the coming years, consumers can expect the smart-home appliance sector to move from obscurity to the

forefront of the white-goods industry. “In regards to the white-goods market at the moment, there is a lot of noise around the smart home and there is a divide in consumers who are excited by this technology and what it could mean, and those who are warier,” says Brad Reed, senior marketing manager of home appliances at LG Australia. “For example, voice-assistant technology was developed a couple of years ago, but it is only now that you see it in homes as people are getting used to having software embedded into their appliances,” Reed says. At the moment, this market is still in its infancy, as shown at the September IFA fair – the world’s leading trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances in Berlin – where Sinclair says most major appliance companies show off their first attempts at using smart-home technology and compatible appliances. Sinclair says the next step will be the introduction of proactive customer service to better support smart-appliance use. The technology is here, but it’s up to the tech and white-goods companies to ensure smart-home appliances can enrich consumers’ lives.

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At a glance Flinders Bank 7-23 Spencer Street, Docklands Architect: Fender Katsalidis Developer: Century Group Interior design: Fender Katsalidis Number of apartments: 663. T1: 196 apartments; 33 one-bed, 118 two-bed,

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rom a bird’s eye view, cranes can be seen dotted all over Melbourne. But most are concentrated at the south-west end of the city where big developments are changing the look and feel of streets that have languished in the past. One of those is Flinders Bank, a trio of towers at the former Melbourne Convention Centre site on the prime corner of Flinders and Spencer streets. Designed by Melbourne’s Fender Katsalidis, the architects behind Eureka Tower, it will include Australia’s first St Regis Hotel.

42 three-bed, three penthouses. T2: 168 hotel rooms and 237 apartments; 151 two-bed, 77 three-bed, three

The site’s history and planned future make Flinders Bank an exciting project, says Karl Fender, cofounder of Fender Katsalidis. “I think one of the important things about this site is, obviously, it marks a place in our early history where the tall ships used to come in, do the turning circle, unload and Customs House is just over the road,” he says. “Flinders Street down there has been a little bit moribund and, as the old uses stopped, it just became a leftover post-industrial place, but

penthouses. T3: TBA Prices: One-bed from $567,000; two-bed from $845,000; three-bed from $1.475 million Completion estimate: Mid to late 2021 Open for inspection: Level 8, Tower 4, World Trade Centre, 18–38 Siddeley Street, Docklands. Agent: Colliers International, Nancy Monitto 1300 154 299

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On the corner of Spencer and Flinders streets, Flinders Bank is at the nexus of Melbourne’s CBD and the Yarra River.

with the advent of Docklands and everything happening there, there was a tremendous amount of energy being created around the area. “Our site is another key to the whole enrichment to that area.” Given its prominent position, much rests on the aesthetics and design of Flinders Bank. Hundreds of people will walk and drive past it daily, while others will refer to it as a landmark or meeting place. However its conspicuity didn’t drive the design as much as other factors including overshadowing restrictions

and the proximity to the Yarra. Fender says Melbourne’s iconic river provided the inspiration for the unusually glassy and rippled facade of this highly visible building. Towers one and three are both 26 storeys, while tower two, which houses the hotel, reaches 33 levels. All said, 663 apartments will be built at Flinders Bank.

amilies with young children have flocked to a new Viapac Group development in Oakleigh. Oros, which will house a total of 350 apartments, 106 serviced apartments and 28 townhouses, has been so popular the first stage of properties have all sold out. The second stage is now on the market with apartments and townhouses priced between $430,000 to $1.287 million. CBRE agents say parents aged between 35 and 50 with two or three children have been the dominant buyers. Most are shifting from outer suburbs to be closer to the city or to be in a good school zone. Oakleigh Grammar and Monash University are nearby, while the Monash Freeway on-ramp is about one kilometre from the site. The 10-level development has much to offer: indoor heated swimming pool, gym, yoga studio, bocce field, rooftop garden and cinema space. A supermarket, restaurant and cafe will be located on ground level.

At a glance Oros 807-811 Warrigal Road, Oakleigh Architect: Plus Architects Developer: Viapac Group Interior design: Plus Architects Number of apartments: Stage 2: 119 apartments and townhouses. Internal sizes (sq m): onebed 48.9-66.2; two-bed 61.3-88.2; three-bed 87.1139; two-bed townhouses 97.1-108.8; three-bed townhouses 148.8-150 Prices: one-bed $430,000-$554,000; twobed $520,000-$787,000; three-bed $886,000$1.287 million; townhouses $871,000-$1.22 million Car parking: Two and three bed apartments come with one car space. Two of the townhouses come with two car spaces.

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The perfect white

ot so long ago a friend who works in the industry (and should know better) asked me what white he should paint the interior of his house. I started asking a few questions and he told me there wasn’t any time for that, his painter was already at the store, ready to purchase the paint. In this instance I pulled a rabbit out of my hat and gave him a few choices, but for anyone at home trying to find that perfect hue, there are a few things you should consider before you make your decision. White’s aren’t just white. Almost all white paints will have a slight colour tint in them, whether that be grey, green, blue, brown, red or yellow. If you look at the colour of the swatch against the plain white card that the swatches are printed on, you should be able to detect the subtle tint of colour that has been mixed with the pure white base.

Paints are tinted in colours to match or combat your other interior inclusions, with the best paint coverage also coming with a small amount of black tint thrown into the mix. To see the colour of the tint in the white you need to compare the swatch with a plain white piece of paper or card under natural light that streams in from outside. Be aware though, if you take the white swatch outside to view it and the light coming into your house is a different colour, then you will see the colour of the swatch differently. This is because light is made up of the full spectrum of colours, so light will change as it bounces off or passes through coloured or tinted objects, glass or film. The best environment for you to view your white swatch is within the

space it’s intended for, moving it around to see how it reacts to all the different light levels and reflections in the space. Be sure to look at it against the floor, the skirtings, opposite external openings, and adjacent to them. What is reflecting in from outside will change the colour, as will what’s reflecting on the walls from within the room. I was once told that a green-based white will counteract the yellowness of pine flooring. If you have red light coming in from outside you might want to avoid using a red-based white as it will amplify the effect. A blue-based white will look purple, a green-based white will look more brown, and a “pure white” will likely just reflect the red. This principal is the same for whatever colour bounces around your room, whether it be blue skies, green trees, red brick or yellow floors.

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Dulux Natural White is good for

Aura This is a beautiful soft white, with a grey base that works well in contemporary settings and blends well with new materials and surfaces. Greyology 1 A crisp, cool, white that adds a light and airy feel to any home. Marble Mist If you are looking for a white-white with no undertones, then this is the “right” white for you. Whitewash 1 A warm and inviting naturaltoned white that sits well with other natural materials like wood and stone surfaces.

cancelling glare.

To help you in the decision making, I’ve included a go-to list of some of the more popular whites from leading paint brands. If you’re in doubt about how a colour will work in your space, and you’ve exhausted your options trying to get the right white for your rooms, you can always engage a colour consultant. Most big paint companies have them or you can search online for them in your area.

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Natural White USA A brown-based white that’s good for cancelling the glare you might get in very sunny spaces. Vivid White A true white-white. Whisper White A bright, grey-based white. Lexicon Called “architects’ white” it has a slightly blue base.

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he floor plan of this midcentury inspired house is cleverly organised to maximise northern light and make the most of an ordinary suburban block. The client, a mature-aged couple downsizing from a large family home, bought the 700-square-metre parcel of land in Freshwater on Sydney’s northern beaches to be closer to children and grandchildren, who all live in the area. The site was typical of many in Australian suburbs – flat, rectangular, and facing on to a busy road. It was also home to a dilapidated cottage that would have required as much, if not more, money to renovate and extend than the cost of a new construction. With this in mind, the client engaged Sydney-based firm Those Architects to design a lowmaintenance house that could be easily adapted for visits from their extended family. Architect Simon Addinall, who co-founded the firm with Ben Mitchell in 2012, says the project presented a blank slate for the creation of a dwelling on the site. “The way we approached it was to say, ‘How can we use what is there to create something spectacular?’ You don’t need to stick to the standard approach, and build boundary to boundary,” he says. “We were lucky in that the site had an east-west orientation, and the neighbouring property to the north was built quite forward on the block, so all we had to do was to build the garage at the front, and build the house at the back, to create a big courtyard to the north. “If we had built boundary to boundary, we would have lost the sun from midday onwards.” The layout created three outdoor areas – a front yard, back yard and the north-facing courtyard. “Given the street frontage faces west, the best strategy here was to close the house off from the street, the harsh winter winds and strong summer sun, and arrange the plan around [the] central north-facing courtyard,” says Addinall.

“[The] living spaces spill onto this courtyard, affording [them] excellent access to daylight and natural ventilation. Every room offers a unique glimpse of the garden, or has access to it, creating a rhythm and sense of connection.” thosearchitects.com.au

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The deep connection to a sunburnt land Who: Sam Cox (samcoxlandscape. com), his wife, Lisa Hatfield, their son, Tom, dogs Dot and Dash and alpacas Jose and Pedtro. Where: Wattle Glen, Victoria What: Mudbrick house

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am Cox is a bit of a legend in Australian landscape design and architecture circles, having been taught by the guru of Australian landscape design, Gordon Ford. Sam and his wife, Lisa, bought their Wattle Glen property 20 years ago, with a vision to build a home that combined their shared appreciation for the Australian environment.

“My parents were into the selfsufficient farming movement of the ’70s, and Lisa’s were of the bushgarden suburban Australiana ilk,” Cox explains. These backgrounds influenced the design of their Wattle Glen home, where Cox highlights “our home and personal style has evolved from the outside in”. The use of mudbrick was influenced by architect Alistair Knox, who advocated “living in the environment”. Cox explains how he and Hatfield pursued a strong connection to place, and attempted to create a home with a sense of “being in nature”. The interior flooring is beautiful Castlemaine slate, which extends outside into the paving stones – connecting the outer and inner seamlessly. The interiors are uncluttered, simple and constructed of natural and recycled materials. The couple’s favourite piece in the house is a stunning fibre sculpture by Maningrida artist Lulu Laradjbi, purchased on a trip to Arnhem Land. Cox says that visits to northern Australia have influenced his

The firebox, built into a mudbrick fireplace, is the focal point in the living room, far left. The fibre wall sculpture by Lulu Laradjbi, left.

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The open-plan living space is the centre of the home, above left. Tom, Dash, Lisa and Sam by the pond, above right.

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understanding of place, and love of the Australian landscape. Not surprisingly, Cox’s design prowess is in full flight in the garden. He explains: “The waterfall and pond, sheltered by a tree canopy and nestled into a basalt rock outcrop, are an extension of the central living space. We love to open the doors and bring inside the soothing sounds of the water running over rocks.” This peaceful and calm space is fully immersed into the surrounding landscape, and clearly demonstrates Cox’s connection to this sunburnt country.

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heltenham could be the only established Melbourne suburb that boasts a new train station. Located at the Westfield Southland shopping centre and near the Nepean Highway, the Southland station opened in November last year. The $21 million stop on the Frankston line was the result of election jostling between the Labor and Liberal parties some eight years earlier. One of Melbourne’s major retail hubs, Southland began life in 1968, and has been expanded several times

to both sides of the Nepean Highway, joined by a multi-level retail bridge. Life is on the up for Cheltenham, 18 kilometres south-east of the city. The suburb began capturing the attention of property investors and developers several years ago. It has attracted buyers priced out of the likes of Brighton, Brighton East, Hampton and Highett. The beaches at Sandringham and Black Rock are only slightly over a kilometre from its easternmost boundary, and it’s also part of the golfing sandbelt, boasting

an abundance of putting options including the Royal Melbourne and Cheltenham golf clubs. True to its golfing form, Cheltenham has recently welcomed all-day eatery and bar The Groundskeeper, where espressos and espresso martinis compete for 19thhole action. Residential development largely took place from the 1940s to the 1980s. Cheltenham’s traditionally larger blocks are now being subdivided or completely rebuilt,

with higher-density living being embraced in the modern apartments and townhouses getting a toehold in the area. There’s still value in these sandbelt streets, but Cheltenham was among the suburbs caught in the housing boom. Prices have risen 77 per cent over the past five years to an average of $1.045 million. Looking for a new patch to call home? Search: domain.com.au/ suburb-profile

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he most straightforward description of Swan House is that it’s a modernist, threebedroom family home built atop a bridge that crosses a big dam – or small lake – on a property outside Canberra. Adding atmosphere to that image is that black swans glide on that big dam, which in sunlight reflectively dapples squared white walls that counterpoint full-heights of glass, walls and chimneys clad in grey Monaro Plains granite laid as dry-stone. Ducks scud to landings on the long stretch of water. Swallows dance and swoop above it. “There is always some new bird,” says the owner. “As I move through the house there is always something different to see, always something changing,” she says.

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This sublime, large-scale home; this apparently floating domestic world, where the owner says, “I can leave my problems behind”, was conjured from a prolonged and creatively complex dance between the owners, who operate a major east-coast concrete formwork company, and Canberra’s Collins Caddaye Architects. It took seven years alone from gaining the commission to design a second home on the 4.85 Googong hectares, to finding the perfect spot for it on the property. Conceptually, the house started out on a hill to look down on the dam. On the drawing board it progressively moved down the slope until it was on a platform above the 5.5-metre deep dam. “And that was it”, says the owner. “We liked the idea of having water on both sides”.

At age 42, architect Andrew Collins admits that the project that won his practice this year’s ACT chapter AIA award for new residential, may be a career one-off. “Still, to this day, we thank our lucky stars. But the harsh reality is that I know I may never do another house as beautiful as this,” Collins says. He will probably never meet clients with such imaginative input either, clients who would often follow up an interesting suggestion with trucks, bringing to site leftover materials from construction jobs their company was working on. The dam perimeters were stabilised by tonnes of concrete. The granite was fetched from a friend’s Cooma farm. “It became a Sunday job to collect the rocks. And still he wants more,” the owner says of her husband, the insistent re-purposer.

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The wooden bridge on the entry road that rumblingly announces guest arrivals is supported by massive steel beams from a crane gantry. The white rendered walls on the southern and western faces of the elegant house are insulation-amping styrene foam panels from a dismantled cold store. Collins reckons that on a project where “the clients had more fun than we did”, he would arrive on site prepared for any surprise. “It was tightrope walking. We were following their lead, and gently steering them.” It was so amazing to have clients so insistent on stretching the inventive scope, that Collins says: “When we suggested floating the house between two sides of the dam and they said ‘yeah!’ We could hardly believe it.” The building begins with a foundation of seven, 300-millimetre concrete piers or blades that allow the living platform to stretch 40 metres from toe-holds of dry land.

Planes of dark cabinetry and cupboards in the spacious and stylish kitchen.

“Water literally flows underneath.” Those solid earth touch-downs take shape as broad courtyard aprons laid in a herringbone pattern with blue limestone. Inside, where the central living and kitchen areas have full height, glass side-walls opening to patios, the ceiling is tall and at 10 by

40 metres, the room’s scale commensurate with the furniture and art. The massive dining table that was a primary priority of the design is made of ironbark timber retrieved (of course) from an old Bungendore bridge. This family entertains a lot.

“We can go from two to 20 in a minute,” the owner says. The floor plan is simplicity itself: four boxy sectors where there are two bedrooms, a snug or cinema room, a very large laundry down one end, and the kitchen and master suite down the other. Transiting the length is a wide corridor over which a ceiling battened in fine timbers implies the circulation path. There are statement wall sections – near the granite-clad fireplace for instance, where raw form-poured concrete is on display. It’s the heft in an otherwise finely appointed house with acres of cupboards and planes of dark cabinetry. There is, obviously, no expense spared. There is no end to novel ideas either, as the master suite shows. Within the bedroom complex, the bathroom is open to the sleeping area but partially screened by a central, square, glass box that is open to the

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sky and planted with trees, ferns and grasses. The owner tells how poetic it is to see rain falling into it or the full moon rise above the unexpected roof aperture. And on the horizontal living screen through the windows there are the waterbirds to watch. The architect knows this is a big house, but believes the scale is appropriate to the setting and it is always the landscape that is the most important thing. “It is a house on water in a landscape – a softscape,” he says. In Australia, Swan House is a oneoff. Maybe it’s our lake-calm version of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. Andrew Collins says, “Even my father [Collins Caddaye founder Peter], who has been in the business for 50 years, says he’s never seen anything like it.”

“The (bedroom) ... is partially screened by a central, square, glass box that is open to the sky and planted with trees, ferns and grasses.”

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Qorner tower in Quito defies conventions of symmetry and lineal design.

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uilt in a city famed for its volcanoes, this unorthodox South American highrise defies conventions of symmetry and lineal design, and lets nature play a starring role with lush greenery spilling over its terraces. Qorner, by respected IsraeliCanadian architect Moshe Safdie, will be unlike any other tower in Ecuador’s capital, Quito. Two of its four sides appear jagged from top to bottom, as if levels have been haphazardly stacked on each other.

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The Jenga-esque tower was set to be one of Quito’s tallest at 24 storeys. But, in recent weeks, notable Danish architects Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) have announced a tower that has 33 levels. BIG’s skyscraper, IQON, has striking similarities with planted terraces and staggered walls. Yet IQON cannot claim to have the same degree of teetering balance nor such a dramatic building profile. Such are the extreme angles of his tower, Safdie describes it as a vertical

“hillside of terraces” on one side and a “cliff face” on the other. Qorner’s jagged terraces on the east and west sides are spacious and perfectly positioned to capture maximum light to keep plants thriving. The north and south sides remain structurally vertical, yet the north facade will support a green living wall up the entire height of the tower. Hanging native plants will appear like a textured ribbon of green when seen from ground level.

While they are nothing new – Italian architect Stefano Boeri designed the Bosco Verticale in Milan in 2014 – “plantscrapers” or “vertical forests” are becoming increasingly popular. As more of these green towers rise on the skylines of major cities, developers and urban authorities alike acknowledge they are not just for decorative purposes. These innovative buildings are contemporary architecture’s call to arms in the fight against climate change. Nanjing Towers in China, due to be completed this year, is capable of absorbing 25 tonnes of carbon dioxide a year and producing some 60 kilograms of oxygen daily. Take skyscraper sustainability one step further and you have buildings designed to feed thousands. Swedish tech firm Plantagon is building the World Food Building in Linkoping, Sweden, that will grow enough hydroponic fruit and vegetables to feed 5000 people for a year. Sydney’s One Central Park has set a high bar for “living” towers in

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Auckland tunnel in line for architecture prize

Australia. Designed by French botanist Patrick Blanc, the two Broadway towers are covered with 38,000 indigenous and exotic plants. Like Qorner, it is smack-bang in the middle of a concrete jungle. This only maximises its green appeal and functionality, says Mark Giles, senior associate at PTW Architects, the firm that created One Central Park in collaboration with French practice Ateliers Jean Nouvel. “What I find repeatedly reaffirms to me that we made some really good decisions. When you arrive at Central Park, there are buses, trucks and cars and it’s a very noisy place,” Giles says. “But once you enter the building, and you come into the garden area, that city noise has dissipated out very quickly [and] you’re surrounded by trees and grass and people. “We really made some strong decisions to respect people and try to create an environment that’s more wholesome for them as opposed to trying to herd people around on the edge of a road.”

As plantscrapers like Qorner age, the integrated greenery matures. Sustainability benefits are delivered years after construction is complete. This is the case at One Central Park, which is almost five years old. Dust particles have decreased, making life easier for people with respiratory problems, and the heat load has been cut by 35 per cent, putting the building years ahead in energy efficiency. Plants have also provided a welcome sound buffer from the city noise, says Giles. “The green walls soak up a lot of noise and they create an environment that’s probably far more personable,” he says. The success of buildings with living elements is likely to see more plantscrapers emerge as urban communities work towards resolving the challenges of climate change. “It’s a good test to show that these kinds of buildings can survive and that we can design them so that they do have a future.”

New Zealand’s newest and

praised by the New Zealand

longest road tunnel is up for

Institute of Architects when

an architecture gong. The

Warren and Mahoney won

Waterview Connection, a

the planning and urban

4.5-kilometre stretch of

design award for the

motorway in Auckland, is

Auckland area in May.

among 48 finalists

“Warren and Mahoney has

competing for 11 awards at

added a layer of

this year’s New Zealand

sophistication to the

Architecture Awards.

development of this

Architecture and urban

motorway infrastructure

design studio Warren and

project,” the judges said.

Mahoney hopes it can edge out two other public projects to win the planning and urban design award. The Waterview Connection links Mount Roskill to Point Chevalier and includes 2.5 kilometres of twin tunnels. Construction began in 2010, but planning began as early as 2000. The motorway opened in March last year and has since won accolades for its design. The use of Maori carved

Waterview Connection

wooden posts called

on the Auckland

pouwhenua, or pou, was

motorway.

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1. Nice and neutral The appeal of neutral colours have always been a go-to for many people, due to being both versatile and classic. “Lots of homes work with a neutral palette, hence the popularity of these more conservative colour ranges,” says Ann King, of Ann King Design. King believes neutral tones work “amazingly” with heritage homes as they soften the walls and allow ornate, period trims to shine.

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