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A formula for fun The wonders of science in full flight are on vivid display as part of school holiday workshops in Maribyrnong. Victoria University’s Skunk Control group is running free hands-on workshops at Highpoint shopping centre until Friday. Kids are invited to join members of the group in building a periscope, a speaker or a kaleidoscope, or to witness an ice explosion show. All workshops interact with Skunk Control’s mystical light-and-sound Forest of Light installation, situated on Level 2. Workshop details: www.highpoint.com.au Benjamin Millar
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The “poor cousin” of inner-west real estate has soared past the million dollar median mark to be crowned Maribyrnong’s most expensive suburb. A 17 per cent surge in the March quarter pushed Kingsville’s median price to $1.085 million, cracking the $1 million median mark for the first time. Real Estate Institute of Victoria figures for the March quarter show Kingsville has become Maribyrnong’s highest priced suburb, eclipsing former leaders Seddon ($1.03 million) and Yarraville ($1 million). Kingsville’s median price has now almost doubled in the five years since 2012, climbing more than $100,000 a year on average from $577,000. Village Real Estate director Huss Saad said the red-hot property market in the suburb dubbed “the golden triangle” came as little surprise. “Kingsville has always been considered a poor cousin to Yarraville and Seddon, but that’s all changed,” he said. “It’s got more period homes in its streets than any other suburb and less bastardisation with ’60s and ’70s homes.” Mr Saad recently sold a three-bedroom home at 28 Chirnside Street for $1.367 million and expects strong results to continue. He said the suburb had “a really good community vibe”, with a lot of professional couples and young families moving into the area, as well as downsizers. “People have just finally realised it’s such a great suburb,” he said. The REIV data shows the inner-west is now home to five suburbs with million-dollar medians as strong growth also continued in Williamstown (up 4.8 per cent to $1.34 million) and Newport (up 6.7 per cent to $1.1 million). The figures show 120 Melbourne suburbs now have a median house price of $1 million or higher, up from just 30 in 2012. Median prices across the March quarter remained steady in Maribyrnong ($989,000), Footscray ($888,000) and West Footscray ($887,500), dropping 8.3 per cent in Maidstone to $770,000. Spotswood’s median slid 11.8 per cent to $910,000 and Altona was down 6.1 per cent to $845,000, but Laverton’s median rose by 10.8 per cent to $508,500 and Altona North climbed 4.9 per cent to $807,500. Altona Meadows moved up 6.0 per cent to $585,000.
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Precinct 15 (Former Dons Site), Altona North Strategic Site Hobsons Bay City Council encourages the community to find out more and have their say on the future of an approximately 67 hectare parcel of former industrial land in Altona North. Council has received an application from a number of landowners within the site bordered by Blackshaws Road, Kyle Road, New Street and the Westgate Freeway seeking to rezone the area and create up to 3,000 new homes and apartments, parklands, a community facility and retail and commercial areas. Council is conducting four drop-in information sessions where community members can find out more about the application and make submissions. For details on the sessions, see our ad on page 8. The amendment can be viewed online at http://participate. hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au/ and in hard copy at the Hobsons Bay Civic Centre or any Hobsons Bay Library branch.
Submissions can be made until 1 September. For more information, visit http://participate.hobsonsbay.vic.gov. au/ and go to ‘Precinct 15 (Former Dons Site), Altona North Strategic Site’ or call Council’s Strategic Development Team on 9932 1000.
West Gate Tunnel Project Please see the article in Strand Ward below for an update on the West Gate Tunnel Project.
Weaver Reserve toilets upgrade Council will be refurbishing the public toilets at Weaver Reserve in the coming months to be completed by next summer. The new design includes upgrades to the female and male toilets, in addition to one fully accessible toilet featuring an adult change table and hoist rail. The upgraded facility will also improve air flow and lighting into the toilets. Cold water, outdoor showers and hand wash basins will also be installed
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Kororoit Creek Trail opening Council, Toyota Australia, the State Government and Friends of Lower Kororoit Creek will open the first extension of the Kororoit Creek Trail on Saturday 30 July to coincide with National Tree Day. There’ll be tree planting, a free barbecue lunch, family friendly entertainment and artist tours from 10am at G.J. Hosken Reserve, Blackshaws Road Altona North. For details, see the Upcoming Events section of Council’s website. The 2.5km section of shared trail running from Grieve Parade to Barnes Road in Altona North, referred to as stages two and three, features a series of public artworks by Brooklyn artist Geoffrey Ricardo and will provide a much needed community and recreation space, bringing the community one step closer to the completion of the entire Kororoit Creek Trail.
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West Gate Tunnel Project Council has made its submission to the West Gate Tunnel Project’s Environment Effects Statement (EES) to be presented to the project’s panel. Council’s submission contains concerns about the negative impacts of the project on Hobsons Bay, such as a significant increase in truck traffic on our city’s streets, an increase in localised air pollution and greater levels of noise. Council’s submission highlights the need for the State Government to take a more holistic and integrated approach to the entire region looking at all transport options. Council has resolved to continue advocating for truck bans on parts of Millers Road and a number of other roads surrounding the freeway corridor. Submissions to the project’s EES have now closed. An independent Inquiry and Advisory Committee (IAC) has been appointed to consider the
EES and public submissions. The public hearings are scheduled to begin on 14 August 2017. Visit www.hobsonsbay. vic.gov.au/westgatetunnel to see Council’s position on the project and find out more.
Town Hall forecourt The heritage fountain in the forecourt of the Williamstown Town Hall has been taken off site for conservation and restoration. It will be returned once forecourt works are complete. The carpark is progressing well and will be completed by the end of July. Works will then proceed on the rehabilitation of Lenore Crescent. During the Lenore Crescent rehabilitation works, the Town Hall carpark will be closed to the general public and used as overflow for Lenore Crescent residents who will be unable to park in the street while the works are occurring.
Challis Street drainage Installation of a new drainage system in Challis Street Newport has commenced and is progressing towards Jubilee Street. The Challis Street stormwater drain represents the backbone of the drainage network in this section of Newport. All tributary drains will flow into the Melbourne Water Challis Street Main Drain that runs at the bottom of Challis Street adjacent to the railway.
Domestic Animal Management Plan Council is required to have a domestic animal management plan which is renewed every four years. Help shape Council policy on issues like dog offleash areas, how we manage stray cats and penalties for dog owners who fail to clean up after their pets. The online survey is open until Friday 21 July at http://participate.hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au
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West Gate Tunnel Project Please see the article in Strand Ward above for an update on the West Gate Tunnel Project.
Heritage street signs Council is unveiling its latest round of heritage street signs, pointing the way towards a greater understanding of the history of Hobsons Bay. The signs give a glimpse into the history of the city, showcasing important figures and community members from our past. Bladin Street, Lohse Street and Maher Road will have their stories told thanks to the signs and detailed research into the people behind our most known roads and streets. For example, Bladin Street was named after Francis Masson Bladin, an air force officer and United 2 MARIBYRNONG & HOBSONS BAY STAR WEEKLY \ JULY 12, 2017
States Silver Star recipient for action seen in WWII. If you would like to find out more about the signs, please visit www. hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au/Community/ History-demographics/Heritage-StreetSigns
Works update Work is being carried out on the Skeleton Creek Bridge. The bridge has undergone minor maintenance work to ensure the safety of all users and will keep the bridge functional before its planned renewal in the next financial year. Accessibility is the name of the game in Altona Meadows with about 100m of new footpaths being installed in Queen Street, while the clock tower in Aviation Road is now fully operational on all four of its faces, thanks to the Rotary Club of Laverton funding the clock’s construction
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Woods Street Arts Space The latest program for the Woods Street Arts Space is about to launch with plenty to see and do. There’s creative workshops for children, pottery classes, life drawing sessions, Polynesian arts, painting masterclass, electronics club, weekly drop-in sessions for young people living or studying in the Laverton area and art and craft activities targeted at children with dyslexia. The program will be available on Council’s website soon. For up to date information, follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ woodsstreetsarts or contact Council’s Arts and Culture Team on 9932 1000. Woods Street Arts Space is at 44 Woods Street, Laverton.
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Buyer sought for troubled Sims By Benjamin Millar A long-running independent Footscray supermarket is up for sale after being placed into administration. Grocery and hardware giant Metcash last Thursday called in administrators to manage the sale of the Sims IGA Plus Liquor stores in Footscray and Werribee. Metcash spokeswoman Samantha Maslen confirmed insolvency firm Rodgers Reidy had been appointed to handle the matter. Rodgers Reidy directors Shane Cremin and
Gary Fettes, who have taken administration of the two stores, have moved to assure staff and customers it will be business as usual for the time being. While shortages in some stock lines have been reported, Mr Cremin told Star Weekly that staff had been continuing to restock shelves and that the stores would maintain operations as a buyer was sought. “We are reviewing the business and conducting a marketing and sale campaign for the business as a going concern,” he said. “This is only day two, so our investigations
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are continuing, but we are keeping the doors open. “If we can achieve a sale and look after jobs and suppliers it will be a good result.” Mr Cremin said the business did not own the freehold for the two stores, but the administrators would be “dealing with the
landlords” as part of the process. Staff have been briefed on the situation. The Sims supermarkets, previously known as Self Service Wholesalers, have remained under Sims family ownership for decades. Star Weekly understands the stores have recently experienced financial difficulties and that suppliers have cancelled orders and initiated legal proceedings over unpaid invoices. Marketing for the sale of the leasehold business indicates an annual turnover of about $16 million and yearly rental costs of $550,000.
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Paul McVeigh prepares one of his artworks for hanging at a joint exhibition with Tony Gilson, inset, at the Joel Gallery. (Damjan Janevski)
Temporality temporarily on show Williamstown painter Paul McVeigh and Bells Beach wood carver Tony “Digger” Gilson are displaying their artwork in a joint exhibition at Altona’s Joel Gallery. Titled Temporality, the exhibition is the brainchild of McVeigh, who has exhibited throughout Australia since 1984 and whose work has been acquired by private collectors and Victoria University. His mate, Digger, is displaying artwork made from the root systems of trees, and bush walking sticks.
“Nine times out of 10, I see an animal in the root system itself and then we go about making a sculpture out of the creature that I see,” Digger said. “I’ve got quite a bit of wood around the place – most people think it’s firewood but I actually see things in it. It’s a bit like how people see things in clouds. “I’ve made bunyip, which is a mythical Aboriginal creature. “They used to use it in the same way our parents use the bogeyman … you never walked
away from the fire or the bunyip would get you. I’ve also made teradactyles, black prawn. “There’s also something I call Giants from the Past, so it’s got a titanoboa, T-rex and the old turtle. “It’s funny, because you become very attached to them.” Temporality will be launched July 21 and runs until August 4 at the Louis Joel Arts and Community Centre, 5 Sargood Street, Altona.
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A community advisory group has been named by Maribyrnong council to give greater input into decisions around the vexed issue of paid parking. The seven-member group was elected from a pool of self nominated candidates via an online vote – but even that had its hiccups when one candidate was initially left out of polling. Acting chief executive Celia Haddock said an online election gave community members easy access to information about the candidates and the draft Parking Management Policy. “Unfortunately, one candidate’s profile was not uploaded at the beginning of voting,” she said. “We have made numerous efforts to contact this candidate and offered to re-run the election for the relevant precinct. However, after looking at the voting pattern, we do not believe that the outcome … was compromised.” Star Weekly reported in April that Maribyrnong council had foregone more than $3.5 million in revenue since putting a freeze on paid parking in central Footscray and Yarraville in 2015. The advisory group will this month work on refining the council’s draft Parking Management Policy which is scheduled to go back before the council in August. The successful advisory group candidates were Megan Bridger-Darling (Footscray CBD), David Bird (Footscray Hospital), Linda Wood (Whitten Oval), Marilyn King (West Footscray), Jessica Elston (Braybrook), Joanne Canny (Seddon) and Trevor Junge (Yarraville).
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to build a memorial to the Williamstown RSL on the site. “We think it’s going to be a two-level childcare centre with a basement,” she said. The club, at the corner of Ferguson Street and Melbourne Road, closed on January 3 and was subsequently placed in voluntary administration. Victorian RSL chief operations officer Brian Cairns has said the sub-branch must repay
A childcare entrepreneur plans to build an early learning centre on the Williamstown RSL site, which was sold to recoup a $3.5 million debt. Explorers Early Learning owner and managing director Lynda Kelly said she wanted the local community to be involved in the design of the centre and that she planned
$1.77 million of its debt, owed by the trading arm, before it can re-establish. In February, Grocon withdrew a planning application lodged on behalf of RSL Victoria to replace the club with an apartment block after about 100 objections to Hobsons Bay council. Save Williamstown spokesman Godfrey Moase said relief in the community over the early learning centre plan was “palpable”. “Even though there is much sadness
and disappointment at the demise of the Williamstown sub-branch, the community is acutely aware the site could have been sold to a developer intent on constructing a high-rise, high-density residential building,” he said. Williamstown RSL president Rob Rowe said the sale of the club site for a children’s centre was “the best result we could have hoped for”. “Something that will give back to the community is very good indeed,” he said.
Right climate for a very fine night A winter feast to tempt the tastebuds will be held in Seddon next week to help raise funds to fight for the planet’s future. Fig & Walnut cafe and food blog Consider the Sauce are teaming up to hold a night of food, drink and conversation in support of not-for-profit organisation Climate for Change. The cafe will put on a climate-friendly winter vegan feast on July 19, complete with mulled wine, as Climate for Change director and Seddon local Katerina Gaita speaks about the organisation’s work and how everybody can play their part. All profits will be donated to Climate for Change, an organisation on a mission to increase the number of people prepared to act on climate change. The event will be held from 6pm at Fig & Walnut, 11-13 Bellairs Avenue Seddon. Tickets cost $45 via www.trybooking. com/290203 Benjamin Millar
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building, leasing out the first floor over the past seven years to an artists’ collective. Secretary Carmel Taig said both floors of Ercildoune and the Founders’ Garden will be open to the public from 11am-3pm Saturday and Sunday July 29-30, joining more than 200 buildings around Melbourne opening for the 10th year of the Open House Melbourne weekend. Other Maribyrnong properties participating in the weekend include Footscray Town Hall, Jack’s Magazine, The Drill Hall and Sun Theatre. Details: www.openhousemelbourne.org
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You can bank on making some memorable discoveries when the Footscray Historical Society throws open the doors of its home as part of Open House Melbourne. Designed by architecture firm Terry & Oakden and built by the National Bank of Australasia in 1876, Ercildoune was Footscray’s first custom-built bank. The bank sold the building in 1942 and it was then used as a rooming house with the name Ercildoune. The heritage-listed building has now been the home of the Footscray Historical Society for almost half a century, after it bought the building in 1970. The society has worked to restore the
Hobsons Bay has called on the state government to use funds collected for the municipal and industrial landfill levy for the purpose it was designed for. Of the $157 million collected in 2017-18, only $30.4 million has been spent on waste and resource recovery.
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It’s an empty argument By Clay Lucas More than 10,000 shipping containers a day are whipped around Melbourne’s inner west on the back of trucks, inflicting damage on the community, according to a group representing the western suburbs. Almost half the containers are empty – bound for a dozen empty-container parks dotted around Yarraville, Brooklyn and West Footscray. In January, 92,000 containers were exported from Melbourne and 40 per cent of them were empty. Craig Rowley, of lobby group LeadWest, describes the situation as “ridiculous”. About 2.7 million containers passed through the Port of Melbourne last year – up from 1.9 million a decade ago. Most of the containers are owned by the shipping lines. The container parks have grown outside the Port of Melbourne because land next to it has become expensive. About 70 per cent of the empty containers are stored away from the port. Empty containers are used to “top up” departing ships and are usually the last items to be loaded. The state’s main exports, such as agricultural produce, leave in sturdy 20-foot containers, but imports – usually much lighter – are accommodated in 40-foot containers. This results in empty 40-foot containers being returned to the countries that make our clothes, white goods, TVs and flat-pack kitchens. Because moving empty containers provides slim profit margins, the trucks used are often old or the cheapest available. The drivers transporting the empty containers are among the worst paid in the trucking industry, earning $25 to $50 per container delivered. Peter Anderson, chief executive of freight
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group the Victorian Transport Association, says these carriers “are in a hurry because they get paid by container, so they go fast”. LeadWest wants a long-promised rail shuttle from the port built to help get empty containers off the roads. Roads Minister Luke Donnellan says the government is evaluating a range of options for inland facilities such as a western interstate
freight terminal in Truganina, and this year will release a new freight strategy that has considered these investigations. Neil Chambers, of Container Transport Alliance Australia, says rail can’t provide the immediacy shipping lines need so trucks will continue to dominate. – The Age
Motocross bid goes to plan B Wyndham council will search for a new operator to run the Lawrie Emmins Reserve motocross track being overhauled in Laverton North. Motorcycling Victoria signed an agreement with the council in 2015 to operate and manage the track once the work is completed. But a council meeting last week heard that the motorcyling body had withdrawn from its commitment to operate the venue because it no longer had the financial capacity to do so. Councillors Kim McAliney and Intaj Khan said that although the decision was “disappointing” they believed a third-party operator could be found. A community reference group will be established to work with the council, during the re-opening of the track and its first 24 months of operation. During that time, the council will invite expressions of interest from third-party operators to manage and operate the track. A council report stated that direct management of the track by the council was not considered a viable option. The report stated the council would most likely enter into a five-year lease agreement with the future operator of the motocross track. The council has spent $780,000 to redevelop the track, which was opened in the 1970s, but was closed in 2010. Construction of the track is due to be completed within the next 12 months. Alesha Capone
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Protester hits the roof A Newport resident has placed a mannequin on his roof in protest at “greedy” developers. Vincent Cocca and numerous others are objecting to plans to demolish a single storey house for a three-storey, 11-dwelling apartment block at 96 Wilkins Street. Glossop Town Planning, which lodged the plans with Hobsons Bay council, also applied to provide less parking than required under the planning scheme. Mr Cocca said the mannequin was intended to represent people “living on top of” him. “I’m just going to show what it’s like to have another person living on your roof,” he said. “It’s about saving Newport, this is ridiculous. “I’m going to lose all my sunshine. “I don’t mind somebody developing, I don’t mind the area moving forward, but this is a multiplex.” Mr Cocca said the street was already congested with parked cars. “They’ve got 11 dwellings and they are basically saying that they want parking for only 10, which is crap,” he said. “In the plans, they’re saying that they are hoping they’re going to rely on street parking, which is ridiculous. “All the parking’s taken.” Glossop’s planning documentation stated: “It is often the case that on-street carparking is more convenient and accessible for visitors rather than having to navigate into a basement carpark. It stated: “The existing dwelling does not contribute to the significance of the heritage precinct and its demolition is appropriate. “Its replacement with a high quality built form makes efficient use of the land whilst carefully responding to its sensitive interfaces.”
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Cameras catch bike theft Hobsons Bay detectives have released an image of a “well-dressed” woman they want to speak with after a unique bike was stolen from Newport. The custom 1970s Ricardo men’s single speed was stolen from a Wills Street garage about 10.30am on July 2. A security camera picked up a woman walking into the garage and riding off on the bike. Police have released an image of a woman (above) that they believe may be able to help with their inquiries. The bike’s owner, Rob Mancini, said he felt violated. “It sort of hits you in the guts,” he said. “When we saw the person [on CCTV], it was a well-dressed woman and it was not my image of the sort of person it would be. That threw me.” Mr Mancini said the custom-made bike had been a labour of love. “I do these projects because I love bikes and the way they look from a design point of view, so I do them with passion and love,” he said. Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Goya Dmytryshchak
Vincent Cocca is taking to his roof in his unique protest against development. (Joe Mastroianni)
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Precinct 15 (former Dons site), Altona North Strategic Site Hobsons Bay City Council invites the community to find out more and have their say on the future of an approximately 67 hectare parcel of former industrial land in Altona North. Council has received an application from a number of landowners within the site bordered by Blackshaws Road, Kyle Road, New Street and the Westgate Freeway seeking to rezone the area and create up to 3,000 new homes and apartments, parklands, a community facility and retail and commercial areas. Understand the process, the plans and have your say. It’s about getting it
right and Council is working to ensure the surrounding community has a voice and an opportunity to shape this considerable future development area. The amendment can be viewed at participate.hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au at the Hobsons Bay Civic Centre or any Hobsons Bay Library branch. Submissions can be made until 1 September.
For more information, visit participate.hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au and go to ‘Precinct 15 (Former Dons Site), Altona North’ or call Council’s Strategic Development team on 9932 1000.
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Tunnel traffic fears accelerate By Goya Dmytryshchak Residents already alarmed by the prospect of increased traffic from the West Gate Tunnel had their fears heightened when plans for a new suburb in Altona North were advertised last week. The former Don Smallgoods site, known as Precinct 15, is to be developed by a number of landowners into 3000 dwellings for about 7000 people. The 67-hectare site, fronting Blackshaws Road and bounded by Kyle Road, New Street and the West Gate Freeway, is about half the size of Melbourne’s CBD.
Developments such as these will further increase pressure on north-south – Jess Marnich traffic flows
Hobsons Bay council anticipates 82 per cent of the precinct’s future residents will drive vehicles. Ming Wong, a member of the Don’t Destroy Millers Road group, said residents were concerned about traffic and wanted a train station incorporated in to the development. “Upgrade to the existing freight rail right next to the subject site to include a passenger line must be negotiated in to the project,” she said. Spotswood South Kingsville Residents Group member Jess Marnich said drivers were already sitting in traffic for longer and longer periods trying to get onto Melbourne and Millers roads.
“Developments such as these will further increase pressure on north-south traffic flows,” she said. “A new train station would help with movement assuming that performance and frequency of trains improves.” Hobsons Bay mayor Sandra Wilson said council anticipated a significant increase in
traffic from the tunnel and Precinct 15 and supported calls for a new train station. “Our report … includes suggestions for the Victorian government to be visionary and include an extension of the proposed connection from Fisherman’s Bend to Newport to provide a service to Precinct 15,” she said.
Acting Roads Minister John Eren said comprehensive traffic modelling for the West Gate Tunnel project took into consideration the proposed development at Precinct 15. “The modelling shows no significant change in traffic numbers on Blackshaws and
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Millers Road near the Precinct 15 site due to the project,” he said. Acting Public Transport Minister Jaala Pulford said there were no current plans to introduce a new train station for Precinct 15, but a future bus network would connect residents with Spotswood and Newport stations.
Maribyrnong council has called for more public transport spending and the use of rail to move freight in a submission on the West Gate Tunnel Project. Responding to the tollway project’s Environmental Effects Statement, the council also highlighted “the detrimental” impacts of the project in the Footscray Wharf area, calling for the state government’s help towards a $12.5 million revitalisation of the Maribyrnong River’s west bank. The submission pointed out the project will create up to $500,000 of planning work the council will have to undertake on the use of land affected by the new tunnel and elevated freeway. The council welcomed the plan to extend truck curfews on key Yarraville and Footscray roads but highlighted the need for a new road connection to the West Gate Freeway via the Paramount Road corridor in Tottenham so trucks can abide by the bans. A submission by Gellibrand MP Tim Watts backed the project overall, but noted community concerns about the impact of potential increases in truck volumes in Hobsons Bay. “I have also been made aware of community sentiment for the Victorian government to consider acquiring residential properties on Hyde Street Yarraville that will be affected by increased volumes of trucks that are unable to use the tunnel.” Benjamin Millar
Have your say on domestic animals The Hobsons Bay community is invited to have their say on Council’s Domestic Animal Management Plan and help shape animal services in the city. Council must update is Domestic Animal Management Plan every four years. This Plan promotes responsible pet ownership and protects the community from issues associated with nuisance cats and dogs.
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Bay pest in MPs’ sights The Hobsons Bay YMCA Youth Parliament team is calling for a bounty to reduce northern Pacific seastar numbers in Port Phillip Bay. The marine pest, first sighted in the bay in 1995, has been blamed for a sharp decline in bottom-dwelling fish. The team of six, comprising Sam Leeder, Jackson Young, Robert Milich, Charlotte Morrison, Alex Bowden and Yasmin Poole last week introduced the Northern Pacific Seastar Regulation Bill 2017. It calls for a bounty and the establishment of a management body to control the seastars. “Northern Pacific seastars are an invasive species that is located in Port Phillip waterways and has created large ecological damage to local flora and fauna,” the bill says. “We
propose a bounty on the northern Pacific seastars. With the correct training, members of the community can collect the seastars, deposit them at their local seastar collection centre and be paid. “This would reduce the overall population of northern Pacific seastars to alleviate ecological toll on Port Phillip waters.” The bill was passed and will now be considered by the relevant Victorian government minister. More than 25 bills originating in Youth Parliament have become legislation, including mandatory bike helmets, gun reforms, roadside drug testing and the over-the-counter morning after pill.
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A man who stabbed a drug associate to death in Kealba over an “ice” deal gone wrong has been sentenced to 10 years and six months prison. Nuri Balla, 31, of Brooklyn must serve at least seven years and three months of his term after pleading guilty to the manslaughter of 28-year-old Aaron Burnett, of Hoppers Crossing, and an associated count of arson. In sentencing Balla last month, Supreme Court judge Terence Forrest said the sentence imposed “must reflect the community’s concern about young drug-fuelled men who use knives to settle differences”.
“The court has an obligation to try and deter this type of offending,” he said. The court earlier heard that Balla was “in the business” of selling methylamphetamine or “ice”. He sold a small quantity to Mr Burnett who was dissatisfied with the quality. In telephone calls and text messages between the two, Mr Burnett asked for a refund or a replacement of better quality ice. An arrangement had been made for the men to meet at the Caltex service station in Sunshine Avenue on July 3, 2016. The court heard Balla and Mr Burnett both anticipated trouble and called on others to go with them to the service station meeting as
back-up. At 4.25am, Mr Burnett arrived at the service station with two associates. They had two baseball bats in the car. Balla arrived soon after, also with an associate. The court heard that after a conversation in the truck parking area of the service station a fight broke out, during which Balla stabbed Mr Burnett “a number of times with a knife”. Shortly after the incident, Balla set fire to the car he had used that night. The court heard Balla had a troubled childhood and a criminal history dating back to 2005.
Fence flattened on Civic Parade A ute has crashed through the front fence of an Altona home, skidding to a stop just before the house itself. Police are investigating after a man driving a Toyota Hilux lost control in Civic Parade, near the T-intersection of Glenwood Avenue, about 9.30pm on Thursday. Investigators say the ute struck a parked car before continuing through a low brick fence. Skid marks in the grass stop just before a window. Two windows were broken. The driver, a 49-year-old man from Williamstown North, was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Those inside the house were not injured. Goya Dmytryshchak
This fence in Civic Parade, Altona, was hit by a ute.
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MY PLACE When not helping women in business to shine, Danielle Price loves to snatch a moment’s peace on the banks of the Maribyrnong River. She talks with Benjamin Millar I started my business around three years ago and made the decision to base it in Footscray. I have strong family ties with the area as my family settled in Yarraville and built the family home there when they arrived from Italy in the 1950s. My dad didn’t speak English when he arrived, but was gifted a Bulldogs guernsey from a neighbour and a few years later sold footy records at the Yarraville footy ground.
Shine, a network for female business owners to be able to connect, to support each other and to provide them with the business education needed to take their business to the next level. I also opened Melbourne’s very first all-female co-working space here in Footscray. What do you like most about helping other women find their way in business?
I love the history and sense of community. We’re a Bulldogs family, so seeing the area come alive last September really was magical. I’ve been very proud to support the women’s team with my business She Will Shine as a foundation ambassador.
I love seeing women who have connected through She Will Shine celebrating each other’s wins as if they were their own. It’s such a special connection between these women and it has been built on a mutual understanding of what they are wanting to achieve, not just in business, but in life as well. My very simple motto is that if we help each other, we can all do well. And I get to see it in action every day.
Do you have a favourite local place or places to spend time?
What’s your first piece of advice to someone dipping their toe in the small business world?
While it doesn’t happen as often as I would like, when the sun is shining I do love walking along the Maribyrnong River. It’s so peaceful on the grass behind the Footscray Community Arts Centre, away from the hustle and bustle.
It would definitely be to go out and build a trusted support network. Creating a small business can be a tough and lonely journey, but if you have people to turn to that understand, it’s so much easier and far more enjoyable. Coming up in August is the Small Business Festival – there are loads of great events, especially those being run in the City of Maribyrnong, where you can meet these people.
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How did She Will Shine come about? The idea came from a graphic design business I created and ran from home to have flexibility around my children. I experienced first-hand how, when women support each other, amazing things really do happen. It was through this experience that I created She Will
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She Will Shine is co-hosting Project Start-Up: The Ultimate Guide for Women as part of the Small Business Festival (August 1-31). Visit www.maribyrnong.vic.gov.au/Business
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Friday, July 14 Hard-working, popular local band Alleged Associates performs with a big sound, six-piece line-up to celebrate the pub’s fifth birthday. From 9pm, free. 62 Hudsons Road, Spotswood Sunday, July 16 Amarina Waters plays indie folk with dreamscape electric guitars, joined for this show by Amarillo and their blend of alt-folk, pop and country. From 7pm, free. 223 Barkly Street, Footscray
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Friday, July 28 Writer of milestone songs such as Harley and Rose, Chained To The Wheel and Never Let Me Go, Joe Camilleri and The Black Sorrows have left an indelible mark on Australian music culture. Tickets from $32. 135 Stephen Street, Yarraville
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Jas Stephens Real Estate: 9316 9000 Auction: July 15 at 11am
Williams Real Estate: 9397 2000 Auction: July 22 at 11.30am
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Price: $1.1million – $1.15 million
In a fantastic residential pocket, this property of historical significance offers a slice of gold-rush history and great family living in one. The house has three bedrooms, period detail throughout, good-sized living areas and a unique Victorian facade with triple-gabled pitch roofing thanks to two separate single-fronted cottages being transported to Yarraville from Ballarat and combined as one residence as the gold rush slowed. The kitchen has a commercial oven, a country-chic kitchen aesthetic, great light and good storage. A good-sized open study could easily be re-configured to create a fourth bedroom. The living room, swathed in period detail, leads to the kitchen/meals area and large chandelier-lit second living room where twin french doors open to a paved area and a deep garden that is truly picturesque.
The facade of this double-storey weatherboard in the heart of Newport has details that create real character – pitched roofing, sash windows and Edwardian-style features. Within, a quality renovation has created a liveable, stylish and spacious floorplan. On entry, features such as hardwood floorboards, period plasterwork and contemporary finishes create a good impression. Walk through and find the first of three bedrooms, with built-in wardrobes, and a dining nook. The main bathroom and second bedroom follow. The kitchen has ash-toned floorboards, subway tiling, stone benchtops and a big island bench. The main lounge room receives plenty of natural light thanks to large windows along the main wall and cafe-style doors that open to a large deck. Upstairs is a retreat, and the main bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en suite. The backyard has a studio.
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Gunn&Co Estate Agents: 9397 5555 Auction: July 29 at 12.30pm
Greg Hocking Elly Partners: 8387 0000 Auction: August 5 at 3.30pm
Price: $1.35 million – $1.4 million
Price: $750,000 – $795,000
High-quality finishes are the cornerstone of this almost unassuming family residence. From the large timber front doors and beyond, there is attention to detail everywhere. Almost three-metre high ceilings and hardwood flooring create a formal entry. There are three bedrooms, while a large study (which could double as a fourth bedroom or extra lounge room) features a contemporary fireplace. The laundry and a handy kitchenette are on the ground floor. Upstairs, open-plan living with elegant plantation shutters opens to a deep balcony for alfresco dining. The kitchen features a Delonghi oven, gas hotplate and dishwasher, hardwood cabinetry and granite benchtops. In the main bedroom, there’s a walk-in robe and full en suite. The double garage has a workshop area with extra storage. Set on 466 square metres, there’s also plenty of space for the kids.
Located in a prime location near Altona Beach, this contemporary townhouse offers the best of modern living at a beaut price point. The sleek facade with its own frontage opens to the main bedroom with private bathroom. The first floor is dedicated to meals and living. The kitchen has soft-closing cabinetry, Smeg appliances and stone benchtops with an outlook to the meals and living area. Glass sliding doors open to the first of two terraces. The third level encompasses two further bedrooms, including the main bedroom with a balcony. The central dual-access en suite services both bedrooms. Well thought-out storage, heating/cooling and an internally accessed garage complement a property that is within walking distance of cafes, eateries, shopping and the beach.
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WILLIAMSTOWN 17 Lenore Crescent, 3016 Compton Green Williamstown: 9397 1600 Lenore Crescent is filled with character and history. The crescent’s curves were developed to rectify a “dogleg”, creating what the Williamstown Advertiser described as a “serpentine effect” in the private development built on crown land from 1912. The house at 17 Lenore is an inter-war bungalow (the architecture from the period between Edwardian and post-war times). It has unmistakable charm and was renovated thoroughly before being purchased and further updated by the present owners.
Price: $1.8 million – $1.9 million
Auction: July 22 at 1pm
The interior spaces are contemporary, tasteful, refined and instantly relaxing thanks to quality fittings and the preserved and restored period details found throughout. Hardwood floors and hydronic heating in every room add to the welcoming atmosphere. The front living room on entry is picture-perfect-cosy. There is a dining space opposite followed by the high-end 2pac kitchen with quality appliances and soft-closing drawers. The main bedroom has built-in wardrobing plus a walk-in robe and en
suite, all sensitive to the period features of the house. Two further bedrooms are fitted, the main bathroom has a clawfoot bath shower. The second living room features a fireplace and views of the beautiful garden. Glass sliding doors open to an entertainer’s area, with a second under-cover space next to a bricked barbecue. Brick paving looks idyllic set against the green spaces. The sizeable period-style workshop faces the house. It has been partially restored with a concrete floor and power and could easily be upgraded to become another
bedroom or studio space. Off-street parking for four cars has been achieved within this tight pocket thanks to a small land acquisition that could easily be converted into a tandem garage to add further value. Ferguson Street and Douglas Parade shops and services are moments away, Williamstown Beach a little further in the other direction. In the heart of Williamstown, this is a beautiful property set on a street with a difference. Sam Freestone 19 MARIBYRNONG & HOBSONS BAY STAR WEEKLY \ JULY 12, 2017
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A short stroll to Williamstown’s Premier Strand Foreshore, the shopping strips & restaurants of Douglas Pde, Ferguson St & Nelson Pl eateries. This refurbished 1 bdrm apartment is in one of Williamstown’s more convenient locations. Open plan living & kitchen area, large bthrm/laundry with modern fit out, split system & nothing to spend. Access from Haslam St to a LUG on title, & an add carspace on title. Fantastic position, great for investment or entry into the Williamstown lifestyle. The property is presently let & would make a fantastic add to your rental portfolio.
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PRICE $365,000 AUCTION Saturday 29th July 11:30AM VIEW Saturday 2:00 - 2:30PM AGENT Anthony Gunn M 0409 377 449
Live or invest in this sought after top level crn apartment in central Newport. Convenient access to IGA downstairs & just steps away from popular cafes, shops & Newport train station. Flooded with natural light this 2 bdrm apartment feats open plan living leading to a large private balcony. Designer kitchen fitted with Miele appliances & DW & an adjoining bar makes entertaining a breeze. Add comforts inc.; modern bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles, sep toilet & laundry, BIRs & ducted heating/cooling thruout. Underground secure parking with storage cage.
Comp: Study/Living or 5th bedroom w FP & wall unit. Large open plan kitchen, meals, family living opening onto an outdoor alfresco. 4 huge bdrms, master w ensuite & WIR. Add bthrm, pwdr room & laundry. Large kitchen w Delonghi oven, gas hotplate & DW. DLUG w workshop area & built in storage. Kitchenette to the downstairs. Further feats: 9’ ceilings, polished timber flooring, carpet to bdrms, gas ducted heating, split heating & cooling thruout, security alarm & cameras, timber shutters & new dbl glazed windows. Add OSP parking, & on street parking. Land area 466 m2 approx.
84 Kernot St
PRICE $1,350,000 - $1,400,000 AUCTION Saturday 29th July 12:30PM VIEW Thursday 6:00 - 6:30PM Saturday 11:30AM - 12:00PM AGENT Anthony Gunn M 0409 377 449
PRICE $560,000 - $580,000 AUCTION Saturday 29th July 1:30PM VIEW Saturday 1:15 - 1:45PM AGENT Kevin Gunn M 0418 997 914
Grnd flr feats: open plan living & dining space that connects seamlessly with a rear garden designed for alfresco living. 4th bdrm, main bathroom, w a 2nd living area to the front. W real timber floors, large kitchen feat. stone bench tops, 900mm S/St apps (inc. DW). 1st flr: 3 generous bdrms, master with en-suite & WIR, w balcony - city views, family bthrm & study/ TV/play space. Sep laundry, alarm, intercom, heating/ cooling, internal access to remote LUG, & driveway space for further OSP. Close to all amenities this home is perfectly located for an easy family lifestyle.
PRICE $1,100,000 - $1,150,000 AUCTION Saturday 12th August 1:30PM VIEW Saturday 12:30 - 1:00PM AGENT Ricky Peacock M 0407 770 451
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Footscray 16 Creswick Street Attractive Late Edwardian In Need Of A Facelift With Sound Foundation And Potential Development Site (S.T.C.A)
- Situated on 16.7m2 (Approx.) frontage to Creswick - Potential Subdivision of yard allowing for two lots (S.T.C.A) - Comprises three double bedrooms, spacious lounge with gas heating and air-con
MAIDSTONE 3/21 Baird Street Exquisite Townhome Only Four In Total.
Occupying a generous “Footprint” of approx 160m2. and privately tucked away in a lovely tree lined street. A rarity in that it is 3 bedroom with a double garage. Downstairs open plan living with kitchen, dining and family room. Minutes to great schools and public transport.
West Footscray 27 Dempster Street Sale By Expression of Interest - Closing Thursday 13th July
* Californian Bungalow with original period features throughout, ample off street parking and a detached bungalow or art studio. * Huge parcel of land site (Area: 528 sqm approx.) with rear laneway access providing the opportunity to extend or even add another dwelling (STCA).
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Auction Saturday 22nd July 1.00pm Price Guide Contact Agent Inspect Saturday 15th July fi
11.00am - 11.30am 33 Anderson Street, Yarraville.
Dean Johnson 0414 397 163 Wayne Rogers 0411 854 094
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Auction Saturday 29th July 1.00pm Price Guide Contact Agent Inspect Saturday 15th July fi
1.30pm - 2.00pm 320 Barkly Street, Footscray.
Terry Cooper 0411 852 508 Tracey Dean 0433 279 103
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Expressions Of Interest Closing 5.00pm Price Guide $695,000 - $745,000 Inspect Wednesday 12th July fi
5.00pm - 5.30pm 320 Barkly Street, Footscray.
Lee Mark 0400 997 755 Mykael Didolis 0403 213 159
Maidstone 12 Inkerman Street
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Multi-optioned residential real estate package.
- Existing character filled Californian bungalow of 5 principal rooms plus utilities - 3 bedrooms, 2 of which are huge and replete with glorious features of this bygone era! - Should the home be bygone? - Options are a town planning permit for 3 sizeable townhomes:
Yarraville 7 Kidman Street Discover A Tastefully Renovated Home.
• 3 Spacious bedrooms, main with ensuite and BIR • Modern Kitchen with s/s appliances • Central bathroom • Heating/cooling throughout • Open plan living, dining and kitchen flowing out to decked entertaining area
Maribyrnong 5/1 Horizon Drive Breathtaking View Over The Maribyrnong River To The Stunning City Skyline.
- Two bedrooms master with ensuite and balcony access - Second central bathroom with separate bath - Open plan living providing dining, central kitchen and lounge - Massive city facing balcony - Central heating and cooling
Auction Saturday 22nd July 2.00pm Price Guide Contact Agent Inspect Saturday 15th July fi Contact
2.15pm - 2.45pm 320 Barkly Street, Footscray.
Terry Copper 0411 852 508 Tracey Dean 0433 279 103
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Auction Saturday 29th July 12.00pm Price Guide Contact Agent Inspect Saturday 15th July fi Contact
11.00am - 11.30am 320 Barkly Street, Footscray.
Lee Marks 0400 997 755 Darren Dean 0438 550 055
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Auction Saturday 12th August 11:00am Price Guide $430,000 - $470,000 Inspect Saturday 15th July fi Contact
10.00am - 10.30am 33 Anderson Street, Yarraville.
Wayne Rogers 0411 854 094 Dean Johnson 0414 397 163
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54 Victoria Street
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102 Market Street
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104 Champion Road
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22 Hotham Street
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72 Graham Street
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$355 - $380,000
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2/499 Geelong Road
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3/205 Mason Street
$350 - $380,000
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3/53 Bunbury Street
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37 Albert Street
Sat 15 July - 11.30 - 12.00
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The Mill Lot 30/6 Paine Street
Sat 15 July - 9.30 - 10.00 at 75 Ferguson St, Williamstown
Michael Harvey 0425 737 672
75 Cecil Street
$1m - $1.1m
Sat 15 July - 10.45 - 11.15
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The Mill NEWPORT Lot 38 & Lot 39/6 Paine Street
Sat 15 July - 9.30 - 10.00 at 75 Ferguson St, Williamstown
Michael Harvey 0425 737 672
55 Farm Street
$1.2m - $1.3m
Sat 15 July - 10.00 - 10.30
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Auctions - Saturday 5 August 2/55 Challis Street
$550 - $590,000
Sat 15 July - 11.30 - 12.00
Sun 16 July - 12.30 - 1.00
23 Rifle Range Drive
Sat 15 July - 12.15 - 12.45
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2/55 Challis Street
TWO BEDROOM VILLA UNIT WITH PRIVATE COURTYARD • This bright, villa unit set in a block of just five, has been updated in a stylish way and is in immaculate condition • Comprising two generous bedrooms with built-in-robes plus an open-plan living and kitchen • The kitchen is near new and features a 5-burner gas cooktop, dishwasher, r r, lots of cupboard space and a great island breakfast bar • The living room is filled by natural light with a big north-facing glass sliding door leading out to the rear courtyard • The bathroom has a shower over bath and is combined with the laundry • Fe F atures off ffff f-street parking, split system heating and cooling, a shed, plus an undercover barbecue area • Excellently located by Challis Street shops and moments from public transport and schools
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Saturday 5 August at 10.30 55 G4 Saturday 15 July - 11.30 - 12.00 Sunday 16 July - 12.30 - 1.00 $550 - $590,000 Katie Smith 0425 737 673 email@example.com
3/205 Mason Street
AN AFFORDABLE GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT • This neat and tidy property provides an exciting opportunity to enter the consistently strong, Newport property market • Conveniently located with direct access to both the Newport and Altona North shopping precincts • Stroll to schools, shops, golf course, parkland and passive recreation • A spacious, two bedroom ground floor apartment with an undercover car space • Large bedrooms, open-plan living/ g dining plus an updated kitchen/meals g/ area • Would also suit first home buyers, downsizers and retirees • Move in and enj n oy a central location with the convenience of a bus stop at nj the front of the property, Newport Railway Station only 1.5km away and 15 minutes to Melbourne CBD (approximately) • Excellent potential to capitalise on a wise investment, add this to your property portfolio • Rental potential $300 per week or $1304 per calendar month
AUCTION MELW LWA LW WAY AYS INSPECT
Saturday 29 July at 11.30 55 E3 Saturday 15 July - 2.15 - 2.45
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Sunday 16 July - 3.15 - 3.45 $350 - $380,000 Katie Smith 0425 737 673 firstname.lastname@example.org
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102 Market Street
YOUR WAIT IS OVER! • Everyt y hing you could possibly want when it comes to comfortable family yt living is on off f er with this beautifully renovated double storey home ff • Stunning kitchen, finished with high quality fittings and appliances it’s centred around a huge bench, perfect for entertaining • Drenched in natural sunlight, enj n oy an open-plan dining and living room nj with split system heating and cooling and an exposed timber staircase • Upstairs is the perfect haven for parents, with a generous retreat with a gas fireplace, a spacious master bedroom with a balcony overlooking Market Street Reserve, a walk-in-robe to be envied and an ensuite • With more charming and desirable features inside you won’t be disappointed when you step outside, a spacious and sunny north-facing rear garden is accessed through timber bi-fold doors and off f ers a huge ff entertainment decking, plenty of grass for the kids and veggie gardens! • Fully powered weatherboard studio in the rear yard off f ers a multitude of ff options, whether it be an extra bedroom, a kids play room or home offi f ce ffi • Park up to three vehicles in the side driveway and secure carport and walk to cafes, schools, sporting facilities and the train station, off f ering quick ff access to the CBD, this really is a wonderful home in a terrific location
AUCTION WAY MELW LWA LW AYS INSPECT
Saturday 22 July at 11.30 55 H5 Saturday 15 July - 10.45 - 11.15 Sunday 16 July - 1.15 - 1.45
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$1.1m - $1.15m
Lauren Wood 0411 648 509 email@example.com
55 Farm Street
LAND, LOCATION AND LIFESTYLE • With attractive street presence and a big side drive, this home is a great choice for any family looking to move into the area • Large rooms, open-plan living • Fully selff contained bungalow at rear with a split system f• Additional large work shed with power • Fe F atures an abundance of natural light, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, ceiling fans, period features and open fireplaces • Close to Newport Tr T ain Station, cafes, kindergarten, schools, parks, river bike paths...
4 AUCTION MELW LWA LW WAY AYS INSPECT ENQUIRY CONTA T CT TA
Saturday 29 July at 2.30 55 K4 Saturday 15 July - 10.00 - 10.30 Sunday 16 July - 11.00 - 11.30 $1.2m - $1.3m Katie Smith 0425 737 673 firstname.lastname@example.org
37 Albert Street
THE PERFECT HOME FOR THE GROWING FAMILY! • Charming in every sense of the word, this double storey, block front Victorian home is the one you and your family have been waiting for • Fully renovated throughout it off f ers the quintessential layout of a wide ff central hallway leading to large bedrooms and an open-plan kitchen, dining and family room at the rear with loads of windows providing plenty of natural light • Fa F ll in love with the original Victorian features, such as high ceilings, decorative cornices, ceiling roses, leadlight windows and ornate open fireplaces plus the modern convenience of ducted heating and evaporative cooling • Upstairs is a perfect domain for parents, with a generous main bedroom off f ering a balcony with views of the city sky ff k line, a spacious walk-throughky robe and an ensuite • A generous allotment of land allows for plenty of backy k ard, with paved ky entertaining, lovely gardens and rear access for secure off ffff f-street parking • Sitting in a lovely sought-aft f er location, close to schools, shops and public ft transport, enj n oy the lifestyle that this wonderful suburb has to off nj f er ff
AUCTION MELW LWA LW WAY AYS INSPECT
Saturday 29 July at 12.30 56 B7 Saturday 15 July - 11.30 - 12.00
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Sunday 16 July - 11.45 - 12.15 Contact Agent Lauren Wood 0411 648 509 email@example.com
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2 Smith Crescent
8 Empire Street
MOST PRESTIGIOUS LOCATION
A very rare opportunity to secure an executive residence in Footscray’s most prestigious cul-de-sac. Reward yourself and secure a home (set amongst other quality residences) with uninterrupted sweeping views. The home comprises of spacious ground floor rumpus/cinema room, very spacious and kitchen/dining with balcony, lounge and double garage.
Burnham Real Estate is delighted to present this prime development site located on approximately 972 m2 of land. The zoning (Residential Growth Zone Schedule 1 – RGZ1) allows for potential development of up to 4 storeys subj b ect to Council approval. The site is for sale by Expression of bj Interest closing on 21st July 2017 at 3:00pm.
FOR SALE Inspect: Saturday 1:45pm to 2:15pm Price: Contact Agent
FOR TENDER Inspect: Saturday 1:00pm to 1:30pm Price: Contact Agent
18 Pullar Street
15/5 Ovens Court
A GREAT PLACE TO START
Y ur opportunity is here and now to enter the inner city real estate Yo market. A low maintenance home with courtyard garden ready to be refurbished. Add your flare and create your own beautiful home. Comp 2 BR (BIR’s), lounge/dining room, kitchen plus a driveway for easy off street parking. Conveniently located close to shops and local public transport.
Here is your chance to purchase one bedroom unit either to move straight in or for investment. Includes lounge with gas heating and air conditioning, built in robes, kitchen with gas stove and meals area, rear courtyard plus carport. Well situated in close proximity to parkland, schools and Werribee Shopping Centre.
AUCTION Saturday 22nd July 1:30pm Inspect: Saturday 1:00pm to 1:30pm $460,000 - $490,000 Price:
AUCTION Saturday 29th July 11:00am Inspect: Saturday 11:00am to 11:30am Price: $200,000 to $210,000
2/110 Ballarat Road
77 Farm Street
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PLENTY OF POTENTIAL - 571M2 + REAR ACCESS
- Recently refurbished 2 BR with new carpet and freshly painted. - Open plan family room leading to an outdoor entertaining area. - Modern Kitchen adjoined to a large dining/family room - Dual frontage with easy access to an enclosed carport. - Close to Highpoint Shopping Centre, Vic Uni and more
Fantastic opportunity to purchase well located double fronted home in order to renovate in a style to suit your family’s needs. Situated on substantial site, dwelling contains 2 Bedrooms, Separate Dining Room, Lounge with Gas Heating and Steel Ceiling, Kitchen/Meals with Pantry and Gas Facilities plus Large rear yard with access from Right of Way.
AUCTION Saturday 29th July 12:30pm Inspect: Saturday 12:15pm to 12:45pm Price: Contact Agent
AUCTION Saturday 12th August 12:30pm Inspect: Saturday 11:00am to 11:30am Price: Contact Agent
Call Today For A Free Appraisal 273 Barkly Street, Footscray firstname.lastname@example.org 9687 1344
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Frank Trimboli and John Verduci partners of Trimson Partners have been trusted in servicing the community for generations, with over 80 years experience between them. Both respected by their peers with Frank an honorary life member of the REIV and synonymous with record breaking auction and private sales results, their unique insights, expertise, experience and local knowledge is unbeatable. When it comes to managing your most prized asset and seeking a professional management service, you can count on the Trimson Partners property management team to deliver:• Full service property management with over 80 years experience • Residential and Commercial management • Competitively priced management fees • Bi - weekly owner disbursements • Low Vacancy rates • Call Tanya, Dragi or Zoe for quick professional service
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FOOTSCRAY 100 DROOP STREET EXECUTORS AUCTION • Prime central Footscray locale • Loads of TLC required • Super land size approx 650sqm • Not for the faint hearted • But the reward will be worth the effort
Auction: Saturday 5th August at 12.30pm Price: Contact Agent Inspect: Saturday 1.00 to 1.30pm Contact: Philip Mazzella 0418 360 789 Footscray 9689 6011
S FOOTSCRAY 17 PICKETT STREET OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY • Heart of all the action of Footscray • Ideal occupier, investor, development • Medical permit in place • 7 principal rooms, no time to waste • Get in now before it’s too late
2/4 HORSESHOE CIRCUIT AFFORDABLE AND COMFORTABLE
Auction: Saturday 22nd July at 2pm Price: Contact agent Inspect: Saturday 3.00 to 3.30pm Contact: Dannie Tran 0413 778 119 Footscray 9689 6011
• Ideal first home or investment • Modern facilities throughout • Convenient location close to facilities • Growing location • Get in quick before it’s too late
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Auction: Saturday 8th July at 12.30pm Price: Contact Agent Inspect: by appointment Contact: Dannie Tran 0413 778 119 Philip Mazzella 0418 360 789 Footscray 9689 6011 3
304/250 BARKLY STREET GREAT VIEWS AND BUYING • Views to Melbourne, Westgate, and beyond • Great size - great investment • Pool, gym, rooftop entertaining • Currently let at $400 per week • Terrific to live in - terrific to invest
Inspect: Saturday 11.00 to 11.30am Contact: Philip Mazzella 0418 360 789 Footscray 9689 6011
BRAYBROOK G03/17 MULLENGER ROAD BRAND NEW AND WAITING • Overlooking Maribyrnong River and valley • Private balcony • Secure development • Awesome views • Close to all amenities
Private Sale: Price: $425,000 Inspect: Saturday 10.30 to 11.00am Contact: Dominic Pronesti 0409 258 866 Footscray 9689 6011
169 BARKLY STREET FOOTSCRAY 9689 6011
KEILOR EAST UNITS 1-13/44 SURREY DRIVE ELITE URBAN TOWNHOME LIVING • An impressive contemporary development • Collection of 2 and 3 level living spaces • Nestled in a peaceful cul-de-sac • Surround yourself in prestige • Finely finished throughout
Private Sale: Price: Contact Agent Inspect: Plans available at office Contact: Philip Mazzella 0418 360 789 John Verduci 0411 660 844 Footscray 9689 6011 3-4
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Newport 66 The Strand
The Strand - The Address Is All You Need
BER $2,000,000 - $2,200,000 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Saturday 5th August at 1.30pm --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Thursday 5.00 - 5.30pm Saturday 12.30 - 1.00pm --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Leigh Melbourne 0414 239 986 0410 305 305 Wayne Elly --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 66thestrandnewport.com.au
Dimensions of significant depth, measuring some 550m2, make the most of a setting that offers The StrandÂ´s widest views of the city skyline - a visual accompaniment to todayÂ´s appealing three bedroom proportions and a vital asset if development ideas are pursued, STCA. Ample parking precedes a versatile free-standing home office, studio or theatre that leads to a residence where generous living/dining areas feature polished floors, the city sights and a contemporary kitchen with stone benches, Miele and Asko appliances, great storage and an integrated Miele fridge and freezer. Beyond, a garden backdrop highlights the size - and the scope - of such a sought after setting.
Altona Williamstown Yarraville
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Altona 3/57 Blyth Street The Perfect Contemporary Profile This desirable residenceÂ´s totally independent frontage introduces exceptional spaces including an inviting bedroom served by its own bathroom that defines the downstairs level. Above, fabulous first floor living/dining areas arranged around a central kitchen featuring SmegÂ´s freshest appliances flow to a generous terrace while two top floor bedrooms include a huge main bedroom with a balcony that watches the water and sees the sky. A central semi ensuite bathroom complements the accommodation of a great address, further distinguished by an internally accessed garage.
BER $780,000 - $840,000 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 22nd Jul at 12.30pm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Saturday 2.15 - 2.45pm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Leigh Melbourne 0414 239 986 Wayne Elly 0410 305 305 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 3/57blythstreetaltona.com.au
Altona 64 Queen Street A Family Story In A Fabulous Setting In the same hands since it was impressively built some 40 years ago, this desirably situated double brick family home reveals c1977 originality on some 615m2. Northern light adds a natural advantage to generous living/dining areas that lead to a separate kitchen/meals space defined by the design ideas of its era. A sunny study adds fourth bedroom flexibility to three principal upstairs bedrooms, including a main bedroom that appreciates a view of the bay and is served by an ensuite. The central second bathroom, a downstairs laundry and separate powder-room complete interior proportions that precede a rear garden of rewarding depth and a tandem garage approached by a full length side-drive. Walk to the beach, Seaholme station and Pier Street shopping from a home where past success is matched by present day character and great potential going forward.
BER $1,300,000 - $1,400,000 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 22nd Jul at 1.30pm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Saturday 1.30 - 2.00pm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Leigh Melbourne 0414 239 986 Wayne Elly 0410 305 305 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 64queenstreetaltona.com.au Altona Williamstown Yarraville
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Newport 41 Gordon Street When Only The Best Will Do Elegance and excellence come together with memorable style throughout this superb dual level residence. Northern light from an inviting decked courtyard is a constant companion to scintillating living with a gas log fireplace and dining areas that surround a gleaming kitchen with butler’s pantry. Above, the refinement of a light-filled main bedroom feature walk-in robes and a glamorous ensuite is matched by two additional bedrooms, each with built-in robes, sharing a central family bathroom. Heating, cooling, gas instantaneous hot water service, downstairs laundry, powder-room, ducted vacuum, secure garage and second OSP enhance a home where quality has clearly been the priority. Desirably close to Newport Lakes, the local buzz of The Circle shopping, schools and the area´s exceptional lifestyle facilities.
BER $870,000 - $920,000 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 29th July at 11.30am -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Thursday 5.30 - 6.00pm Saturday 10.45 - 11.15am -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Mark de Brabander 0406 536 447 Wayne Elly 0410 305 305 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 41gordonstreetnewport.com.au
South Kingsville 74 Blackshaws Road Living Life In The Light Designed to capture the northern light, complemented by a location offering ideal proximity to Vernon Street village and Newport Lakes Park, this contemporary townhouse appreciates its own street frontage and the convenient conclusion of a double garage. The light filled living/dining area´s appealing proportions, framed by an atrium courtyard and the sunny separate landscaped backdrop, include an open plan kitchen with an island bench and stainless steel appliances. A versatile study/forth bedroom and a main bedroom with walk in robes, ensuite and its own access to the atrium complete downstairs spaces, beneath two further bedrooms, with built in robes, that surround an inviting retreat and a central main bathroom. Split heating/cooling systems through the home, separate laundry and powder room and 2000L water tank add further details to an exceptional c2014 address.
BER $700,000 - $770,000 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 5th Aug at 11.30am -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Saturday 10.00 - 10.30am -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Mark de Brabander 0406 536 447 Wayne Elly 0410 305 305 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 74blackshawsroadsouthkingsville.com.au Altona Williamstown Yarraville
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Williamstown 27 Laverton Street Captivating, Compelling ‘CASA LUNA’ Perfectly preserved period integrity is complemented by modern luxury in a manner that ensures enjoyment throughout this beautifully renovated three bedroom, two bathroom residence close to schools and the beach. The originality of ornate ceilings, Swarovski crystal chandeliers, lead-light windows and polished floorboards defines fabulous spaces including a refined formal living room while substantial separate family dimensions are immediately inviting. Solid timber benches and smeg appliances enhance a central kitchen while outside, on a designer deck, a plumbed gas barbeque is the key element of an ideal alfresco kitchen. The rear garden´s leafy privacy matches this superb home´s positive energy and concludes a compelling property.
BER $1,850,000 - $1,950,000 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 22nd Jul at 11.30am -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Leigh Melbourne 0414 239 986 Shannon Bushnell 0422 093 068 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 27lavertonstreetwilliamstown.com.au
Altona North 131 Chambers Road Intelligent Modern Ideas This stylishly designed, impressively appointed modern home comprises of an inviting lounge, a separate dining domain, kitchen with SS appliances, North facing courtyard, 3 bedrooms, a semi ensuite central bathroom & a balcony retreat. Ducted heating, evaporative cooling, roller shutters & secure garage.
Altona Williamstown Yarraville
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Altona North 154 Mills Street 1
Price Contact Agent ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 22nd July at 11.30am ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Saturday 10.00 - 10.30am ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Vince Caramia 0405 122 925 Dean Caramia 0431 601 399 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 131chambersroadaltonanorth.com.au
Luxurious Convenience Immaculate designer residence. Filled with natural light, boasting a formal lounge, state of the art kitchen, a huge open living/dining opening to a blue stoned alfresco with integrated BBQ bench. Ducted reverse cycle heating/refrigerated cooling, LUG and Bosch alarm system.
Price Contact Agent ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 15th Jul at 11.30am ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Dean Caramia 0431 601 399 Vince Caramia 0405 122 925 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 154millsstreetaltonanorth.com.au
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100 Market Street. Newport 3A
W st Footscray We Guide Auction Inspect Contact
37 Dempster Street
bed 3 | bath 2 | car 2
$840,000 - $910,000 12:00pm Saturday 29th July 2017 On Site Sat 15 July 2:00pm-2:30pm & Wed 19 July 5:15pm-5:45pm Dee Gibson 0416 091 369 Leon Kikyris 0412 410 239 Compton Green Inner West: 9314 1188
Set on an allotment of 447sqm (approx.) of prime Newport Land, this family home presents multiple opportunities. Re-invent the property or use the land to build your dream home (STCA). Auction Sat 29th July 2:30pm
Inspect Sat 15th July 10:30-11:00am
Contact Richard Anile 0433 328 738 Adrian Anile 0401 357 665
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90 Osborne Street
bed 3 | bath 2 | car 2
$1,750,000 - $1,925,000 12:00pm Saturday 15th July 2017 On Site Saturday 15th July 11:30am - 12:00pm Adrian Butera 0409 099 791 Dee Gibson 0416 091 369 Compton Green Bayside: 9397 1600
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7 Grieve Parade. Altona 4A
21 Curlew Avenue. Altona
The ultimate indoor-outdoor balance is beautifully delivered by this deluxe 4 bedroom 2 bathroom family home and its landscaped backdrop - a combination for which only words such as stunning and spectacular come to mind. Auction Sat 5th August 11:30am
Inspect Saturday 2:30 - 3:00pm
Positioned in the tranquil “birdcage estate” this 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home presents a proposition like no other. Set on 696sqm approx.. this home really is the ultimate blend of lifestyle, location and convenience.
Contact Mitch Avery-Druitt 0477 202 997 Anthony Anile 0421 056 056
Auction Inspect Saturday 29th July Saturday 1:30pm 11:00 - 11:30am
Contact Mitch Avery-Druitt 0477 202 997 Gus Anile 0425 781 466
174 Queen Street Altona Give yourself every chance of future success by acting upon this opportunity to secure a family home with stunning seaside views and bursting with potential. It’s a wonderful opportunity to move your family straight and finish what’s already been started — that being, a vision to transform this stately two-storey residence into a fashionable seaside sanctuary. Set on a sizeable 745sqm (approx.) allotment just a block from popular shops and cafes in rapidly gentrifying Altona, an opportunity also exists to develop (STCA).
rtedgar.com.au AUCTION Saturday 22nd July at 2.30pm (Unless Sold Prior) VIEW Wednesday 12 July 5:30pm - 6:00pm & Saturday 15 July 11:00am - 11:30am | PRICE Auction Reserve Price $1,375,000 Joanne Royston 0402 996 622 | Shelley Sansby 0432 674 817
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87 Pasco Street Williamstown
The Classics Are Always In Style The perennial elegance of this free-standing Victorian is matched by the beauty of its three generous double bedrooms and the modern excellence of substantial living spaces defined by polished floorboards, cathedral ceilings and a well designed open-plan kitchen. Hydronic heating delivers complete comfort to interior dimensions that flow to a fabulous under-cover deck and a low-maintenance courtyard garden on one of Williamstownâ€™s widest, leafiest streets.
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Saturday 29th July 11:00am $1,150,000 - $1,250,000 Saturday 10:00 - 10:30am Sunday 11:15 - 11:45am Marina Condic 0438 484 696 Craig Stephens Auctioneer 1/66 Douglas Parade, Williamstown 9393 1600
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Magnificent Real Estate Opportunity with Endless Potential • • • • • •
152-200 Bluff Road, St Leonards Bellarine Peninsula via Geelong Victoria Prestigious Bellarine Peninsula
E ceptional location in a vibrant seaside suburb Ideal home or development opportunity STCA 6 m appro A short stroll to the foreshore Formal lounge and formal dining Covered pergola for entertaining Walk to train stations, parks, schools, shops and bus lines
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Magnificent 43 Acres Zoned General Residential Schedule 1 Prime Rezoned Development Site • 43 Acres (17.4Ha) of elevated undulating land, identiﬁed for broadacre residential development • Town water and power connected ‘Birdwood Estate’ Situated in the blue ribbon heart of the prestigious Bellarine Peninsula. Residential St. Leonards a few hundred metres to Port Phillip Bay. 10 mins Portarlington (Ferry Service), 20 mins Queenscliff (Ferry Service), 25 mins Geelong, 40 mins Avalon Airport, 75 mins Melbourne CBD and International Airport
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25 elphin Street Newport
receNtly Sold at record priceS by our dedicated SaleS team. If your interested to know the current value of your property, we are conducting an initiative called, ‘What’s the new value of your home’. Call or go online and contact Angus, Lora or Theo to discuss your property needs. contact: Lora Lagamba 0402 827 224; Theo Panay 0406 621 788
344 melbourne rd, Newport
8 thorpe Street Newport
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7 ROCKBANK ROAD, ARDEER
18 MARCHANT CRESCENT, SUNSHINE WEST
BUILDERS ER & DEVELOPERS ERS ER DREA ERS DR M!
PRESENTAT PRESENT ESENTATION PLUS/LARGE AR ARGE ALLOTMENT!
• 4 spacious bedrooms • Comfortable lounge room with air conditioner & gas heater • Kitchen adjoining meals area • Separate dining room • 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets • Carport & single garage • Potential multi-unit development site (STCA) • Close to shops, schools & public transport Features: polished floorboards & stainless steel cooking appliances
SA SATURD AY 22ND JULY JUL AT 12 NOON INSPEC INSPECT Saturday 10.45 - 11.15am CONTAC NTACT NTAC ACT Sang Do 0419 935 955 David Falcone 0413 116 717 MAP REF 26 B10
• 3 comfortable bedrooms • Spacious L-shaped lounge room with air conditioner • Appealing 2 pak kitchen adjoining meals area • Bright updated bathroom • Steel garage with separate workshop area • 1 bedroom self contained bungalow with toilet & shower facilities • Land size approx 672m2 • Development potential (STCA) • Brilliant location close to parks, Talintyre Road shops, schools & public transport
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Features: day night roller blinds, ducted heating & water tank
9/36 RIDLEY STREET, ALBION
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7/38 ADELAIDE STREET, ALBION
85 KING EDWARD AVENUE, ALBION AN EXCITING OPPORTUNITY/CORNER OR ORNER BLOCK! • 3 comfortable bedrooms all with BIR’s • Spacious sun-filled lounge room with air conditioner & gas heater • Appealing kitchen adjoining open meals area • Bright central bathroom • Double steel garage • Potential multi-unit development site (STCA) • Brilliant location, close to Selwyn Park, shops, schools & public transport
Attention All Investors! or ors!
• One bedroom • Lounge room • Neat kitchen & meals area • Bright appealing bathroom • Car space (off street parking)
• One bedroom • Lounge room • Kitchen with meals area • Bathroom, laundry, toilet • Car park space • Currently leased at $1,018 p.c.m • Close to schools, shops & transport
Features: roller blinds, ceiling fans, ducted heating, ducted cooling, alarm system, dishwasher, aluminium windows, large garden shed & a bungalow/sleepout
1/49 DUKE STREET, SUNSHINE
3 TUDOR ROAD, SUNSHINE NORTH
INSPEC INSPECT Saturday 10.00 - 10.30am CONTAC NTACT NTAC ACT David Falcone 0413 116 717 MAP REF 25 J1
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3/58 CALLAWAY WA BOULEVARD, WAY BOULEV SUNSHINE WEST
53 SANDERS AVENUE, SUNSHINE WEST
Two In One!
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The Perfect Star Start! art!
• Three bedrooms • Lounge room • Dining room • Two kitchens with meals area • Two bathrooms & two toilets • Two car park spaces • Close to schools, shops & transport
• Existing home badly damaged by fire • Renovate with a little care & imagination, build your dream home or potential development site (STCA) • Land size approx 530m2
• Spacious bedroom • Appealing kitchen • Open plan kitchen, meals & living area • Quality bathroom • Brick garage • Located in the Callaway Park estate
• Three bedrooms • Lounge & dining room • Kitchen & meals area • Garage & carport • Future development site (STCA)
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273 Hampsh pshire Road, ad, Sunshine 36 MARIBYRNONG & HOBSONS BAY STAR WEEKLY \ JULY 12, 2017
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Living, Investing & Developing!
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