Domain Review Stonnington & Boroondara - October 20, 2021

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PEOPLE & PROPERTY OF MELBOURNE

OCTOBER 20-26, 2021

TELEVISION KATHERINE PARKINSON

DAN SPIELMAN A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY

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The editor’s desk

PARKER BLAIN

The thing I love most about this week’s issue is gaining an insight into the way this pandemic has taken people in directions they never imagined. For singersongwriter Kate Miller-Heidke, it meant relocating from Northcote to her hometown of Brisbane. Meanwhile, Doc Martin star Katherine Parkinson fled a locked down London to film a new local television series in Melbourne. And Melbourne actor Dan Spielman indulged his passion for drawing birds.  ●

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TELEVISION

Spielman’s golden era An SBS series on our Chinese miners is the latest venture for actor, artist and craftsman Dan Spielman. Wo r d s

“He was a man of conscience, enjoyed his relationship with Chinese head men at his camp and wasn’t out-and-out cruel. He was trying to take the path of least resistance.” Spielman might be best known for his roles in The Secret Life of Us, Offspring and, more recently, Sisters and Stateless, but he has a life away from the screen too. He has been running his own joinery and furniture business as a parallel side hustle and, during lockdown, started drawing birds and selling the artworks online. “Drawing birds was a joyful focus among the difficulty of being in Melbourne. Birds have always been my companion,” says Spielman, who has a workshop in his 93-year-old grandmother’s garage in Studley Park. “The years of technical drawing for my joinery work certainly built a skill level underneath that I hadn’t thought about before.” And then there’s his elegant furniture. “There is so much to learn in the art of woodwork,” Spielman says. “When it comes to joinery, I do it because it gives me the same feeling I get when I do theatre, film and television work. It’s the visual arts, it’s a community of knowledge and people sharing in your enthusiasm for solving problems ... aside from making things that are beautiful and elegantly functional.”  ● NEW GOLD MOUNTAIN \ Premieres on SBS, October 13, and on SBS On Demand ● danielspielmanstudio.com

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hen Melbourne actor Dan Spielman received an email from director Corrie Chen to join the cast of a new SBS drama New Gold Mountain, he was instantly drawn to telling the untold story of Chinese miners who arrived in the Victorian Goldfields in the 1850s ... and the fact it was riffing on his favourite series of all time – Deadwood. “It’s not the normal way you go about getting roles, to be offered something,” says Spielman, who earlier this year managed to complete an uninterrupted MTC run of Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes. New Gold Mountain was filmed in Sovereign Hill and around Melbourne. The four-part series stars actress and supermodel Alyssa Sutherland and Chinese-born, New Zealand actor Yoson An. It’s like a frontier western set in the era of the Gold Rush, but not as we know it. As a teenager, Spielman spent a lot of time visiting an uncle in a former mining town in Tasmania. “I remember coming across Chinese graves that were older than any postcolonial artefacts around and was surprised that there’s not much that we know a lot about. New Gold Mountain certainly shows a side we need to hear more about,” he says. Spielman plays the historical figure Captain Frederick Standish. “He was born into aristocracy and left England for Australia under the shadow of gambling debt. He has some authority, but is a morally ambivalent figure in the story,” Spielman says.

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Katherine Parkinson spent lockdown shooting a local series. TINA SMIGIELSKI

laying a divorced mother of two looking for love in the new comedy-drama Spreadsheet is the reason English actress Katherine Parkinson left London for a four-month stint in Melbourne this year. Best known for her role as the kooky receptionist Pauline in Doc Martin and starring in the British series The IT Crowd, Parkinson relocated with her husband and their two daughters, embracing Melbourne’s on and off lockdown months as the rest of us did. “I was offered this job a year ago while in London lockdown, so the idea of being allowed to go to the other side of the world was exciting,” says Parkinson, who arrived in May and left in August. “It was the right script with lots of potential as a comedy. It instantly appealed.” Pitched as a funnier version of Sex and the City and filmed in a Caulfield residence and other Melbourne locations, Spreadsheet is all about finding the balance between sex, work and motherhood. Parkinson fell in love with the grand Victorian terraces and welcomed the change of scenery. “The trees are radically different to those you find in the UK and I loved the architecture of the homes in Melbourne,” she says of her first Australian trip. “If I could have one more day in Melbourne, I’d spend it at the Peninsula Hot Springs with my family. That place was divine.” Parkinson plays Lauren, a mother who has come out of a painful break-up and is trying to take control of all aspects of her life. “She’s a single mother who doesn’t like using a dating app and doesn’t necessarily want another relationship, but does so for the sake of her children,” she says. “She’s not an in-control cougar, she’s a bit square and not been very promiscuous until this period of her life. She doesn’t know how to play it – that’s where the comedy comes in.” While living in Melbourne, Parkinson took her family to the South Melbourne market each week, found some time to escape to Daylesford and fell in love with the Sun Theatre in Yarraville. Her husband, actor Harry Peacock, told her he’d move to Melbourne in a heartbeat and get a job at South Melbourne Market.

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“He seriously fell in love with it all,” she says. Parkinson appeared in three seasons of Doc Martin between 2005 and 2009, a time she looks back on with affection. “[Actor] Martin Clunes is a brilliant man and I learned how to be professional, have a laugh and enjoy your job at the same time,” she says. “Martin is gracious despite the massive workload you’re under filming a series like Doc Martin. Your tone sets the mood for everyone on set and the crew.” Parkinson admits she was recognised on Melbourne streets (yep, even with a mask) and says

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Peacock got the odd tap on the shoulder too. He is best known for his acting roles in Gulliver’s Travels and the long-running TV series Toast of London. “It is so lovely to be recognised, but when younger people come up to you and say they adore you in The IT Crowd, I’m like, wow, that was done such a long time ago and they still recognise me,” she laughs. “I’m 44 now, but it’s reassuring that humour is still relatable because so much changes over time. I love that it’s still relevant.”  ● SPREADSHEET \ From October 20 on Paramount+

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MOVING FORWARD

COVER STORY Singer Kate Miller-Heidke on coping with the pandemic

and – finally – hitting the road for her Child in Reverse tour in 2022.

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hen Kate Miller-Heidke relocated from her Northcote home to Brisbane earlier this year, she did so in the hope that moving north would deliver the freedom to play live shows. Getting on stage to sing Flame Trees with Ian Moss and William Barton at this month’s NRL Grand Final was one of those northerly wins, as was a chance to play the Brisbane Festival in September. “Melbourne is very much still home, but we needed to leave after the last lockdown [6.0] because I wasn’t dealing with it well at all,” Miller-Heidke says. “I’ve had mixed results in dealing with the pandemic like everyone else. I deleted all the news apps on my phone and got rid of Safari. I found looking at the news too much was making me feel the most powerless. “I am trying to be in the present, meditate and stay grateful, but it’s not easy,” she says. Rescheduling her Child in Reverse tour dates multiple times has become the norm in these pandemic times, and by the time she hits the road nationally in 2022 it’ll be a few years behind schedule. “I took live music and live performance for granted before the pandemic,” Miller-Heidke says. “But now more than ever we need it to feel connected to other people and hold onto that sense of hope. It left a big hole in my life not being able to tour, and I know I am not alone in that.” Known for her dreamy pop songs, Miller-Heidke delivers all the right hooks on the album Child in Reverse – one that’s tinged in reflection and touches on her depression after she gave birth to her son (now aged five) and trying to find her life-balance groove again. “Dealing with feelings of depression isn’t easy, but for me it’s all about trying to make good choices and focus on strategies that work and I have to be really disciplined about that,” Miller-Heidke says, adding that moving to Brisbane with her husband Keir Nuttall and their son was a tough choice, but one she is glad she made.

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“We love Northcote,” she says of her residence of six years. “We miss our neighbourhood. When we left, we had the cast of Harry Potter living there while they were rehearsing for the show.” Last year, Miller-Heidke was the runner-up in the TV show The Masked Singer – disguised as the Queen and putting her operatic vocal range to full use. She represented Australia at Eurovision in Tel Aviv in 2019 and has five Helpmann Awards under her belt. The classically trained singer has many creative sides: she worked on an adaptation of John Marsden’s children’s book The Rabbits, which was co-commissioned by Opera Australia in 2015, and in 2017 she co-wrote the music and lyrics for Sydney Theatre Company’s Muriel’s Wedding with Nuttall.

“It takes going around the block a bit more to have more faith in yourself.” KATE MILLER-HEIDKE

That was meant to open on New York’s Broadway in 2020, but COVID-19 upended those plans. “We read about how Shakespeare wrote some of his masterpieces during the plague; that there was a sense this would be an opportunity as an artist to make use of time we wouldn’t get again – a nonnegotiable time at home,” says Miller-Heidke, who didn’t find that momentum last March. “Shakespeare didn’t have Twitter, though. So, that feeling of hyper vigilance, of being in danger with the news cycle – it’s hard for me to create when I am going through that sense of doom and gloom. “I found I couldn’t relax and my brain couldn’t function. I think I’ve come through the worst of it, but touring is my bread and butter too.

Other creative projects are great, but there is so much uncertainty around.” The 39-year-old has learned to live in the moment, and prefers not to look back, but when we touch on her debut album Little Eve, that was released in 2007, there are some demons that linger. “I was a girl from suburban Brisbane who had never been down south in my life when I signed a major label deal,” Miller-Heidke says. “I was being flown to places I had never been before. It was daunting. “Back then I had this frame of mind that I have observed in other people who are from smaller suburban places like me. It’s sort of like this selfdeprecation to the point of honestly believing I wasn’t good enough, that I was a fraud and would get found out. Some artists have that to a point, but mine was full-on. There is a song on my new album called People Pleaser – it’s definitely been a character flaw for me all my life. I was signed to Sony at the time and wanted to please them. I don’t think that served me very well,” she says. These days she’s more comfortable in her own skin. “That comes with getting older,” she smiles. “I was so green on my debut album cover. I blindly trusted people around me to make good decisions on my behalf, which of course they didn’t. “The picture I thought they were going to use on the cover didn’t come back as I expected,” Miller-Heidke says. “I suddenly had a Hollywood tan that wasn’t there before – my skin was a shade of orange. I was convinced that it would be OK and told I should pipe down about it. That’s probably one of my regrets. But it takes going around the block a bit more to have more faith in yourself. The fact I have managed to last in the industry as long as I have is a big deal and I celebrate that now.”   ● CHILD IN REVERSE TOUR \ From July 2022

● frontiertouring.com/katemillerheidke

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f the number of new openings over the past couple of months is anything to go by, it's going to take more than a global pandemic to obliterate Melbourne's cafe scene. From Japanese grocers and a Toorak Village bagel shop, to specialty coffee and drinking chocolate, here are four new venues soldiering on despite COVID-19. Bring it on. DAN’S DELI \ TOORAK

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After working as head chef at Paco y Lola in South Melbourne, Daniel Espinosa has opened a sandwich, bagel and coffee shop in Toorak Village. His aim? Create something simple and easy to love using the best produce, such as Inglewood coffee and Savion bagels. The rolls include an egg and bacon number with American cheese and barbecue sauce on brioche and a muffuletta-style roll with cold cuts, cheese and roasted capsicum. Bagels are filled with pastrami, zaatar and labne and smoked salmon. 434a Toorak Road, Toorak ● Instagram/dansdelitoorak

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"sandwiches" and sandos modelled off Lawson's (Japan's answer to 7-Eleven). Hibiki Future also stocks shokupan milk-bread loaves made by Brioche by Phillip, along with sourdough and baguettes.

A konbini is a Japanese convenience store, and if you've ever visited one, you’ll already know that the snacks are far more exotic than what you will find at your local corner store. Inspired by konbinis, Hibiki Future opened at the end of August next door to Hibiki cafe. Here you'll find Japanese cooking essentials, local ceramics, Japanese knives and locally made products such as Kaokao Miso from Daylesford and Chotto Motto crispy chilli oil. To eat, there are picnic-perfect bento boxes, onigitazu rice

The husband and wife team behind Craftwork Roasting Co. have been roasting coffee since 2016, but in August they opened a 19-seat brew bar in an Eltham warehouse with a mid-century vibe. It's currently grab-and-go, but will be the perfect spot to savour house-baked viennoiserie (a collaboration with Loafer Bread in Fitzroy North) and sip the house brew after a meander along nearby Diamond Creek Trail. There are currently pies from Footscray’s Pie Thief to take away, and baguettes and sandwiches will be available once restrictions ease. Guests can see the roasting equipment from the cafe and retail space, enabling them to understand more about what's in their cup. There are up to nine retail coffee options at any one time, sourced from sustainable and ethical producers. 1/27 Peel Street, Eltham ● craftworkroasting.com.au

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1159 Toorak Road, Camberwell ● hibikifuture.com

To drink Cacao artisans Mork Chocolate opened a second store last month. Housed in an old lift shaft opposite the Causeway 353 Hotel, it carries the full range of drinking chocolate, including the Campfire Chocolate (complete with a toasted, house-made marshmallow). 20 Equitable Place, Melbourne

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FOOD & WINE Chef Ian Curley is planning a relaxed eatery in Brighton. Wo r d s

Bayside bistro chic

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is out of date – what worked a few years ago has to be modified for survival in 2022. “There used to be a time you would open for lunch and dinner, and you’d BYO and be on your way,” Curley says. “Those glory days have gone now. Your restaurant has to be capable of doing great takeaway, offer great bottles of wine for takeaway and do different things to survive and adapt. I won’t be on Uber, but I will offer meals you can’t resist.”

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ritish-born chef Ian Curley has been pivotal in shaping Melbourne’s culinary scene over the decades with iconic restaurants such as The European, Kirk’s Wine Bar and French Saloon. But it’s his next move – a stone’s throw from his Brighton home – that’s elevating the notion of local. The culinary heavyweight will unveil a new restaurant at The International Brighton by the end of 2022. The development is under construction, but it will feature 58 luxury apartments above a 400-square-metre space that Curley will occupy on the ground floor. The yet-to-be-named restaurant is less about fine dining – a relaxed menu is planned. “It’s the first restaurant in my career that I will have opened a place on my own without partners,” says Curley, who has called the bayside home for the past 25 years. It’s also where his kids attend school and his wife Simone runs her own medical practice. “What really appealed to me about the site were the apartments upstairs. It’s a self-contained business, and if I get the formula right, everyone who lives upstairs will come down to me for a coffee and a meal,” Curley says. While the idea of opening a new restaurant as we wake from a prolonged pandemic slumber seems like a gutsy move, Curley says Melbourne’s culinary scene will re-awaken. “Restaurants are changing; there’s no doubt about it,” he says. “But we saw Melbourne’s appetite for restaurants and good food in between lockdowns. We all want to get back out there and dine.” Curley says the restaurant model of yesteryear

While he hasn’t quite worked out the menu, Curley says it’ll be a sweet spot between Kirk’s Wine Bar and French Saloon. “I want it to be somewhere locals can relax; somewhere suitable for families, couples. I don’t want it to be a fine dining setting.” Curley is keen to encourage locals to rally behind his new venture, which will have the European bistro chic he’s honed in Melbourne’s CBD. “As I get older, I don’t need the glitz and glamour of fine dining or a mention in The Age Good Food Guide,” he says. “I have become more insular, and I am really doing this for me and my family. “I think people in Brighton – who have a lot of food places to choose from – are open to the idea of something else. What we do will be different.” Construction of The International Brighton’s 4100-square-metre complex at 81 Bay Street is being overseen by Carr Design, which celebrates 50 years in the business this year. “The pandemic has shifted our palate, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing,” Curley says. “It showed us how to appreciate what we have in our own country, and the new restaurant will be about celebrating that.”  ● ● iancurley.com.au

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EDUCATION & INNOVATION

Learning together

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casual conversation about outer space recently led to one of the three-year-old kindergarten rooms at St Michael’s Grammar School taking on a space-age appearance. The children crafted and tested various spacethemed inventions, using their research and curiosity about rockets and planets as inspiration. “Our teachers are good at listening to our children and recognising the small sparks of interest that become an opportunity to investigate and learn,” says Nicole Armatas, head of Junior School at St Michael’s Grammar School. “That conversation about outer space led to discussions about rocket ships, what kinds of materials they are made from and what materials the children could use to build their own. “Our kindergarten programs are very multidisciplinary and multi-sensory. We believe children come to us with inherent qualities and skills and knowledge and, if we listen, watch and understand, we can harness that and help them to be critical, creative problem-solvers.” The Margaret Thomas House Kindergarten at St Michael’s Grammar School is influenced by the Reggio Emilia Educational Project, a philosophy founded by Italian educator Loris Malaguzzi. It respects that children have many different ways of thinking, expressing, understanding, knowledge-building and creating. It sees learning as a collaborative journey and recognises the importance of using indoor and outdoor environments where children can learn together. The philosophy also aligns well with the school’s values of dignity, respect, care and compassion, known by the children as ‘DRCC’. “We don’t see children as empty vessels to be filled – we see them as capable and confident – and we believe that teachers are as much the learners as the children are,” Armatas says. The opportunities within Margaret Thomas House Kindergarten are diverse and evolving, with specialist music, art and PE teachers. Each day begins with a meeting where children talk about their individual strengths and interests before moving to either indoor or outdoor learning experiences. “The PE movement program focuses on

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developing the children’s fine and gross motor skills. Our art teacher works in our primary school as well as our kindergarten, and is a practising artist,” Armatas says. “Our kindergarten children are able to access our extensive library for storytime sessions with our literature and research staff. There are also technology hubs in that building where they can explore and have access to various resources.” Children spend hands-on time in the Octavius Brown Kitchen Garden, and they join junior and senior students for special events. The kindergarten rooms are located close to the preparatory and year 1 classrooms, which are set up in a similar style, which supports a seamless progression from kindergarten to junior school, Armatas says. Prep teachers make regular visits to the kindergarten so they become familiar names and

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faces, and four-year-olds spend time in the grade prep rooms. They organically move from one phase of their learning journey to the next. Parents entrust Margaret Thomas House Kindergarten with their children because they value its academic rigour and its recognition that every child has the capacity to make a difference, Armatas says. “Parents want their children to be given their voice and to be allowed to set goals and investigate their passions,” she says. “We operate as part of our local and global community and part of our role is to prepare children for that global connectedness. “Knowing you’ve had a small part to play in the development of that child is very rewarding. There is an absolute commitment to the children here – we simply want them to be the best that they can be.”  ● SARAH MARINOS

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HOME & ARCHITECTURE

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onstruction has begun on this boutique project of 10 residences set in a garden oasis on a quiet tree-lined side street in Glen Iris. Located to balance inner city amenity with suburban peace and community, NOVUM is a minute’s walk from Malvern Road and a short walk from Tooronga and Gardiner stations. Architects Ewert Leaf and landscape architect John Patrick have designed NOVUM to appeal to discerning downsizers, using sophisticated, luxury design to create intelligent and mindful living. The generous two and three-bedroom layouts range from 99 to 159 square metres internally, with garden courtyards of up to 121 square metres and terraces of up to 105 square metres. NOVUM offers distinct advantages beyond prime location and design, says Capital Property Marketing director Bryce Patterson. As the self-funded project is under construction buyers have certainty of quality and a spring 2022 completion. Also, early buyers have the opportunity to merge or customise layouts.  ● LIZ McLACHLAN

NOVUM » novumapartments.com.au 48 Edgar Street, Glen Iris ● Developer \ LDS Property ● Architect & Interior Designer \ Ewert Leaf ● Landscape Designer \ John Patrick ● Builder \ Silver Hill DESIGN

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LOCATION \ Walk – one minute to trams, two minutes to Malvern Road shops and cafes, seven minutes to Tooronga and Gardiner stations, eight minutes to the Harold Holt Swim Centre. Nearby parks include Malvern Gardens and Gardiner Park.  ●

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FEATURE HOUSE SOUTH YARRA \ 13 TIVOLI ROAD 3

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We all think we’ve seen this place before. Was it in a ’90s rom-com, or Sex and the City or a film about a young IT entrepreneur set in Brooklyn? Anyway, it looks awfully familiar and alluringly American – and that’s the appeal of this Georgian-style 1990s townhouse. In the centre of South Yarra, nestled in an avenue whose tree canopy ensures the “leafy” compliment, the three-level abode has proved a good investment for its owner and an excellent address for professionals. One of a pair rendered in gold with huge windows, it stands tall above a steep staircase. Open-plan living-dining on the first floor, bedrooms on the second and a sleek, white garage at ground level combine in a masterpiece of intelligent design. A recent renovation has brought the decor right up to date, with oak floors, grey wool carpet and plantation shutters giving the rooms an effortless neutral chic to backdrop all styles. But it’s good to see the original marble bathrooms, with their knob-handle cabinetry, have survived. There are two ways to enter lucky number 13. One is via the garage, which has tandem parking, a laundry, a store room, a wine cellar and a staircase to the first floor. The second is via the staircase to the black front door. The first floor is entirely open plan, and flows from the front dining area (with custom-made timber desk and shelving) via the central kitchen to the living area and out to the courtyard. Swap these areas around, as you choose. The white stone kitchen has Bosch twin ovens, an

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induction cooktop and a Fisher & Paykel dishwasher behind a long island. The living area has an entertainment unit and

“A LUXURIOUS, MANHATTAN-STYLE ENTERTAINER WITH INDOOR-OUTDOOR

bifold doors to the bluestone courtyard.

LIVING AND A WINE CELLAR, IN A PROMINENT LOCATION CLOSE TO TOORAK

On the first floor, three double bedrooms include a main suite at the westerly rear, with a marble twin en suite with a shower. Bedroom two commands the front, with three windows looking into luxuriant plane trees. The third bedroom has a skylight. The main bathroom has a glass shower and deep bath. The house has Bose surround sound, ducted heating and airconditioning. ● ALISON BARCLAY property@domainreview.com.au Agent: Belle Property, Nick Gatacre 0428 860 425 Price: $2.2 million-$2.4 million Auction: 10.30am, October 23

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TOORAK \ 2/21 SELBORNE ROAD

that makes the most of the northerly

ARMADALE \ 301/959 HIGH STREET

outlook. Level one has two bedrooms, a

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meals and kitchen with french doors to a balcony. Upstairs, the carpeted retreat

Alara is the new building tucked behind

a residence so regal, it could rival the

(kitchenette) opens to the terrace, and

the former 1910s bank, and therefore the

world’s finest presidential suites. But this

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perfect address if you want the High Street

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all have balcony access. A wine room, laundry and powder room complete the

A rooftop terrace with a city view crowns

abode has families in mind; school-age

and a study or fourth bedroom. Three

elegant design by Carr Interiors. ● ALISON BARCLAY

frenzy at your feet yet serenity, too. The

or grown up, the two-level, whole-floor

sub-penthouse occupies the entire north

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oak-floored open plan has living and dining

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Architect Christopher Doyle’s design is

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areas and a white stone kitchen with Miele

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all about 1930s Toorak, with bookcases,

Price: $6 million-$6.5 million

appliances and a walk-in pantry. Sliders

Price: $4.6 million-$4.9 million

oak parquetry and deco glass pendants

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Similar flexibility exists with the floor plan,

and tasteful townhouses. “This beautiful,

auto gates and zoned alarm. ●

period streetscapes in Melbourne, with

with two rooms that could function as

its wide tree-lined avenues and heritage-

guest accommodation, home office or

elegant example of some of Graham’s

listed properties, is the Gascoigne

media room. The property also has alarm,

most refined work,” says agent Justin Long

Estate. Maintaining the neighbourhood’s

CCTV, automated irrigation and attic

of the three-bedroom house in one of

reputation is this charming, solid-brick

storage. ● JOANNE BROOKFIELD

Toorak’s most desirable streets. A central

Edwardian house, which since about

low maintenance residence is a very

JOANNE BROOKFIELD

shower, hosting can happen year round.

courtyard, plus a decked garden with solar

Agent: Marshall White,

1910 has been transformed into an

Agent: Marshall White,

heated, mosaic-tiled, infinity pool, give

Justin Long 0418 537 973

entertainer’s oasis. Expansive open-plan

James Tomlinson 0408 350 684

most of the rooms on the ground floor

Price: $6.9 million-$7.59 million

living extends beyond the Baltic pine floors

Price: $3.9 million-$4.2 million

verdant vistas, while the endless glazing

Auction: 6pm, October 27

through bifold doors to the sandstone

Auction: 6pm, October 27

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PORT MELBOURNE \ 124 ROSS STREET 3

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With a design as modern as tomorrow, this four-level home offers an enviable urban lifestyle. In the basement, the media room, with a 100-inch screen, has a luxurious club atmosphere with a wet bar, Liebherr wine fridges, and cellar. It is at one end of the building and the car stacker pit is at the other. The main living, dining and kitchen level, with French oak floors, is on the ground floor and opens to a courtyard. The kitchen has Gaggenau appliances and white marble bench tops. The main bedroom, with en suite, walkin wardrobe and terrace, along with a sitting room, is on the first floor and the top floor has two bedrooms, bathroom and laundry. The house has automated blinds, keypad entry, multi-room audio, slab heating, sensor lighting and a security system. ● BEVERLEY JOHANSON

Agent: Greg Hocking Jellis Craig, Warwick Gardiner 0438 308 555 Price: $2.7 million-$2.9 million Auction: 2.30pm, October 23

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You’d be challenged to find a more family-savvy abode than this one. There’s loads of living space, and lots of it is up for flexible usage. Contemporary yet classic, immaculately presented and richly appointed, the bricks and mortar should win the parents over while the pool (with spa) sways the kids. Beyond the bedroom, office and media room on ground level, the bright and shiny hub connects with a fabulous al fresco room, where a barbecue, fireplace and inbuilt seating foster year-round enjoyment. Step down from here to the lawn and pool, and take the dividing path to a studio housing a gym, bathroom and cabana with bar. Back upstairs in the residence proper, the main bedroom comes with a dressing room and a double en suite. ● KAY KEIGHERY

Agent: Marshall White, Matthew Pillios 0408 145 982 Price: $4.05 million-$4.4 million

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Missing southern Europe? Sturdily built and lavishly styled in homage to the Mediterranean hacienda, this house adds verve and colour into hanging out at home. Archways and ornate balustrades embellish the facade. Basement level has a cellar, store room, cinema with bar and garage. On the ground floor, one bedroom (with trappings) shares the scenario with lounge and dining rooms, a laundry and a kitchen-living hub. Ascend the swirling staircase for a bathroom, two minor bedrooms and the romantic main abetted by a walk-in wardrobe, beautiful en suite and sitting chamber. As dining al fresco is key to the Mediterranean ethos, the terrace (anchored by a tiered water feature) provides ideal surroundings. Inclusions are high-tech and the location is blue chip, with the beach, shops and station nearby. ● KAY KEIGHERY

Agent: Hodges, Julian Augustini 0418 558 408 Price: $3.98 million Private sale

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Renovated to cutting-edge contemporary style, this Californian bungalow is now a glamorous family home. Opening off the hall at the front is the main bedroom with a stylish en suite – twin showers, twin basins – and builtin wardrobe. Opposite, through double doors is a lounge with a beautiful art nouveau timber fireplace and a desk and cupboards built into the box-bay window alcove. Two bedrooms, a bathroom and laundry also open off the hallway. At the rear, the living and dining area with a dramatic red and white kitchen is flanked by a large, L-shaped outdoor entertaining area with retractable louvres. Above the third bedroom is an attic. The house has two gas fireplaces, heating and cooling and is close to schools, transport, shopping, parks and the beach. ● BEVERLEY JOHANSON

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Isla Vista 3226 Frankston-Flinders Road, Balnarring Spectacular panoramic views across Western Port to Phillip Island and the chance to create the ultimate country estate, Isla Vista is a property of rare calibre loaded with potential to build a stunning home on 55 (approx) glorious acres. Exclusively positioned moments from Merricks Beach and vibrant Balnarring village, and barely an hour from the city. Build your dream home (STCA), capturing the superb coastal seascape as well as views over rolling pastures and a neighbouring vineyard at the rear. Once part of the historic Coles family farm, substantial effort has gone into pasture improvement and there is an established winding tree-lined driveway, remote gate entry, a dramatic Tuscan barn as well as post and rail fencing. Inspection by appointment only Bailey White 0404 307 902 Nicholas Lynch 0411 121 356

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292 Cotham Road Kew Situated within Kew’s prestigious Sackville Ward surrounds, magnificent Ross House and its breathtaking 4,585sqm of landscaped grounds have provided an elite environment for just a handful of fortunate families to enjoy privacy and exclusivity. Stunning dimensions, exquisite originality, and quality throughout combined with first floor city views, stunning inground swimming pool and entertaining, gym, tennis court and six car garaging - form one of Melbourne’s most enviable family estates.

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Expressions of interest closing Wednesday 3rd Nov at 1.00pm Inspect Strictly by appointment Land 4585sqm approx Hawthorn 9810 5000

Geordie Dixon Peter Vigano Steven Abbott Hawthorn

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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

2 Boyanda Road Glen Iris The impeccable dimensions of this impressive family home bring a new level of sophistication and luxury to contemporary family living. A sensational full width family room features a magnificent chef’s kitchen complete with a marble island and a suite of Miele appliances, opening through French doors to the memorable resort style alfresco living and entertaining zone. Includes formal sitting, home cinema room and office.

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Saturday 23rd October at 11:30am 913 sqm approx. 0411 875 476 0414 643 744 0419 388 382 9864 5000


20 Bates Street Malvern East On a picturesque treelined street typical of the prestigious Gascoigne Estate surrounds, this is a fine example of 1920's architecture on a grand scale. A host of period features play their part: leadlight and sash windows, high decorative ceilings, window seats and timber panelling. Separate formal living, dining and sitting rooms plus study complement the bright open plan family room, opening to an elevated patio, mature garden and spa.

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Saturday 30th October at 12pm As advertised or by appointment 0402 275 485 0414 652 231 9864 5000

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339 Wattletree Road Malvern East Spectacular indoor outdoor connection is encouraged by a significant two storey extension delivering double height ceilings, plentiful northern natural light and a relaxed poolside view over a remarkable alfresco entertaining arrangement comprising outdoor kitchen, glorious pool deck and inground trampoline. A full width family room incorporates Miele appliances, striking stone island bench and walk in pantry.

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52-58 Park Place South Yarra An outstanding architect designed contemporary renovation has delivered on the brief to maximise natural light and emphasise the connection with Fawkner Park, creating a remarkable family domain overlooking one of the city’s most enjoyable green spaces. A collection of bright family oriented living zones creates the foundation for great flexibility in an incredible lifestyle setting. Well suited to large scale entertaining, a central open plan living area overlooks an outdoor alfresco resort style entertaining zone.

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Closing Wed 3rd Nov at 5pm 582 sqm approx. 0431 043 723 0414 643 744 9864 5000

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807/6 Acacia Place Abbotsford 3

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In arguably one of the best positions, this super-sized 3 bedroom/3 bathroom apartment is perfectly poised on ‘Haven’s penthouse level with spectacular river, bushland and city skyline views. This is the ultimate rivers-edge retreat in a resort-style development with gyms, pool, cinema, roof top spas and concierge. Featuring expansive living areas, marble/Miele kitchen, huge terrace with outdoor kitchen, wine-room and amazing storage Expressions of Interest Inspect Lloyd Lawton Alastair Craig Hawthorn

As advertised or by appointment 0403 229 433 0418 335 363 9810 5000

2A Water Street Camberwell 3

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An exceptional introduction to this prized family position, this spacious standalone home and its delightful garden rest on a compact Camberwell parcel only 200m from Fordham Gardens. Features three north facing living areas, fully equipped kitchen, downstairs main bedroom with ensuite, two upstairs bedrooms and bathroom. With a garage and OSP, move straight in, then update/renovate or build a new home when ready (STCA). Auction Inspect Mike Beardsley Hawthorn

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2/15 Vernon Street Glen Iris 4

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Behind an uncompromising exterior this outstanding executive residence delivers luxurious finishes alongside meticulous design elements and contemporary practicality. An impressive family room centred by a significant stone island incorporates a Miele appointed kitchen, Vintec wine fridge and gas fireplace alongside a selection of beautifully landscaped vistas. Includes three car garage. Forthcoming Auction Inspect John Morrisby Mark Lawson Glen Iris

As advertised or by appointment 0411 875 476 0414 777 887 9810 5000

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Desirably placed towards the rear of just two townhouses, this single level oasis delivers an expert floor plan comprising zoned living and dining close to Central Park. A generous kitchen showcasing stone benches opens to private alfresco entertaining, while three bedrooms feature built in robes, main with walk in robe and ensuite. Includes ducted heating and double garage with rear laneway access. Auction Inspect Iain Carmichael Kellie O'Neill Armadale

Saturday 30th October at 1pm As advertised or by appointment 0418 850 988 0414 652 231 9864 5000

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SOUTH YARRA 13 Tivoli Road AN LUXURIOUS ENTERTAINER WITH MANHATTAN APPEAL Streamlined, sophisticated and stunning in a wealth of natural light, this brilliant 3 bedroom 2 bathroom English style terrace townhouse features flowing indoor-outdoor entertaining highlighted by a sublime island bench and sun-drenched west-facing courtyard; a gorgeous main bedroom (BIRs, marble ensuite), wine cellar, Oak floors and an oversized tandem auto garage. Footsteps to Toorak Road, enjoy the finest South Yarra has to offer.

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South Yarra 9868 5444 Nick Gatacre 0428 860 425 Joe Eason 0437 900 005

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SOUTH YARRA 3201/1 Almeida Crescent CAPITOL GRAND – HEDONISTIC HEIGHTS OF LUXURY A masterpiece of function & form capturing mesmerising 180 degree city view. With wide Oak floors & natural stone throughout, this opulent home comprises a living zone overlooked by an entertainer’s kitchen with seamless Blum cabinetry & Gaggenau appliances, luxurious bathrooms, fitted office, custom built in storage in every room, ducted AC, large storage cage & car parking for three. Note additional inclusions: integrated fridge, tv, washer and dryer. Hotel style facilities available for use through the exclusive Azure Club.

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