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Famous for his powerful, accurate backhand (left), Rosewall credits his father, Robert, for the formidable stroke, described by tennis player and administrator Sir Norman Brookes as “legendary”. A testament to his longevity, Rosewall proves he’s still got it well into the 1990s, winning an ATP Seniors Tournament in Germany. » Muscles: The Story of Ken Rosewall, Australia’s Little Master of the Courts by Richard Naughton, $39.95 (Slattery Media)




1 \ Rosewall’s parents were keen tennis players, his mother, Vera, a source of constant inspiration and encouragement throughout his career. 2 \ An eight-year-old Rosewall holding his first racquet with a long handle at the family home in Rockdale, NSW, in 1942. 3 \ With (from left) Lew Hoad, Harry Hopman, Mervyn Rose and Ken McGregor, Rosewall embarks on his first overseas trip in 1952. The Sydney-to-London flight took three days and two nights. 4 \ Rosewall and Jack Kramer consult the board during the Wimbledon Championships in 1970. John Newcombe eventually emerged victorious over Rosewall in a hard-fought final. 5 \ Appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire in the Queen’s Birthday Honours of 1971, Rosewall was joined at Sydney’s Government House by his parents, wife, and sons Brett and Glenn. JANUARY 30, 2013 \ The weekly review 3

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What do some of Australia’s well-known personalities love most about summer? They talk backyard cricket, barbecues and Slip ’n Slides with SARAH MARINOS Lindy Klim \

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What does summer mean to you? Lately, summer means finding a lot more appreciation for the ocean. Growing up in Manchester in England, we never really had that. In fact, we never really had summer! How would you spend the perfect summer day? A perfect summer day would be spent enjoying an outdoor training session, followed by lunch with my son, Ethan, and a round of golf in the afternoon. Where do you usually spend summer months? At home – but my schedule is always dependent on work. What is one of your happiest summer memories as a child? My earliest memories of summer are in England when the family used to go down to Devon, in the south

What does summer mean to you? Long days and alfresco dining. Summer always means a lot of time at the beach with the kids and Michael. We all love the beach, and some of our best family memories are there. How would you spend the perfect summer day? At the beach and then some afternoon drinks at a nice wine bar with friends. Where do you usually spend summer months? At home in Melbourne. It’s always so nice and quiet as everyone is away – the best time of year!

of England. We used to stay in a caravan park and I always remember that as a great family holiday.

What is one of your happiest summer memories as a child? Fishing with my granddad at a place called Eggs and Bacon Bay in Tassie. We had a little tin dinghy and I loved to have a go at rowing.

And what’s your most recent happiest summer memory? I recently took Ethan to Sydney and we went on the ferry and monorail.

And what’s your most recent happiest summer memory? Having a paella feast at our house with all our friends.

What do you love about Melbourne during the summer? I love all the sport. We go from the races to tennis to golf to the grand prix. It’s the best time to be in Melbourne.

What do you love about Melbourne during the summer? The great alfresco dining and everyone always seems happier in the summertime. We just love to get out and enjoy the atmosphere.



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What does summer mean to you? It used to mean preseason training but now it’s family time and a chance to recharge for a new year. And a great time to read the books that I put off all year.

What does summer mean to you? As a child there was always the anticipation and excitement of a new school year. There’s still that energy of what a new year might bring. How would you spend the perfect summer day? Lazing at home with a fridge stocked with fresh food and a house full of friends – barbecue cranking and tunes gently playing in the background.

How would you spend the perfect summer day? I spent six years living in Torquay, where I had the best beaches in the world at my fingertips. I now live in Sydney and the beaches are pretty good here, too.

Where do you usually spend summer months? Depends on work, but the last few years have been between Melbourne and Byron Bay.

Where do you usually spend summer months? I’m an Adelaide boy, so I always head back home, and my wife’s family are New South Welshmen. So we rotate. To throw another spanner in the works, my sister-in-law lives in Whistler, Canada – hardly summer but great snow skiing!

What is one of your happiest summer memories as a child? It would definitely be the Slip ’n Slide on the front lawn with the detergent flowing and the sprinkler blasting. With water restrictions these days – kids don’t know what they’re missing!

What is one of your happiest summer memories as a child? Backyard cricket and swimming. I was very fortunate to grow up in a house that had a tennis court and a pool. My two brothers and I spent all day playing sport. Blond hair, tanned skinned – fair to say, times have changed.

And what’s your most recent happiest summer memory? My two-year-old daughter, Milla, learning to swim and hold her breath underwater.

And what’s your most recent happiest summer memory? For Christmas, 2011, the whole family was in Adelaide at dad’s house. It was the first time for a long time that the whole Harley clan celebrated together. It was magic. Backyard cricket again!

What do you love about Melbourne during the summer? The vibe of the Australian Open, the long, long daylight hours and the city’s outdoor evening venues are alive!

What do you love about Melbourne during the summer? I love going to the Australian Open and the music festivals, like the Big Day Out and The Falls.

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What does summer mean to you? A time to relax, celebrate and enjoy time with friends and family. How would you spend the perfect summer day? An early game of golf at the beautiful Spring Valley Golf Club then straight to the beach. Sharing good food, a few drinks with friends and watching the sun go down in St Kilda. Where do you usually spend summer months? I often head down the Great Ocean Road with family and have a few quiet weeks surfing and cycling. What is one of your happiest summer memories as a child? Taping one half of a tennis ball and playing backyard cricket all day with my brother. And what’s your most recent happiest summer memory? The Christmas art displays around the city. I stumbled across Melbourne Town Hall one night and was swept up in an amazing light show projected onto the front of the building. continues » P8

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What does summer mean to you? Time to unwind, be outdoors and recharge the batteries. I love the time to clear my head before setting goals for the year ahead.

What does summer mean to you? Family time, holidays and going to the beach. It’s a great opportunity to spend some quality time with my family and friends.

How would you spend the perfect summer day? Unstructured and spontaneous. It would definitely include swimming, laughter, a fresh salad and at least one extra-large gelati as the sun goes down.

How would you spend the perfect summer day? At Safety Beach having fish and chips as the sun sets with my parents, my brothers, and their families. We pull out a big table on the sand by my brother’s boat shed, sit around and watch the sun set.

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Patricia Ilhan \ founded the ilhan Food allergy Foundation with her late husband, John. What does summer mean to you? During the year it is so busy with after-school activities. So the nicest thing is to come to Portsea and not have a time to get up or go to sleep.

Where do you usually spend summer months? Now that I’m not skiing in the northern hemisphere during the Aussie summer, I love enjoying the beaches. There is so much to explore within an hour of my own home … why go away?

What is one of your happiest summer memories as a child? We went to Brighton or Sandringham beaches. We’d get an ice-cream from Mr Gelati and drive home with the car full of sand. And what’s your most recent happiest summer memory? Aydin, my son, has a birthday on January 5 and every year we have a big party at Portsea. The house is full and my last guest never leaves before 10pm.

What do you love about Melbourne during the summer? The fact that a lot of people have left town. If I drive to my local shopping strip in Church Street, Brighton, I can always get a park.


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How would you spend the perfect summer day? At Portsea when it’s warm, but with a cool sea breeze. There’s not a cloud in the sky, the older children are by the pool, the younger ones are on the trampoline and I sit with a girlfriend and chat. Where do you usually spend summer months? At my beach house, but January is a wonderful time to stay in Melbourne, too, after the chaos of Christmas.

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What is one of your happiest summer memories as a child? Daylight saving meant more time playing outside with other kids, eating Sunny Boy ice blocks, ripping down the Slip ’n Slide and playing street cricket. Total freedom.

Where do you usually spend summer months? In my downtime, I go to Mount Martha with my family. As summer is party season, I always have a lot of corporate shows across Australia, so I also spend a lot of time travelling with my crew. What is one of your happiest summer memories as a child? I remember going to Dreamworld when I was about 11. We took the whole family and mum’s family, too. There were about 20 of us and it was like living a real-world fantasy.

And what’s your most recent happiest summer memory? Summer makes me feel grateful. Time seems to stand still and you can just potter around. I’ve been spending heaps of time in the kitchen and baking treats. I made the cutest gingerbread men and a pineapple, mint and ginger sorbet.

And what’s your most recent happiest summer memory? I spent this summer with my five nephews and nieces. I get to relive my childhood summer memories with them. This year I bought them all water pistols and we played a trick on my mother!

What do you love about Melbourne during the summer? Buying fresh fish at Vic Market, eating veggies from the garden, barbecues with friends, kicking back at the moonlight theatre, late-night swimming in the bay, attending the Aussie Open …

What do you love about Melbourne during the summer? Everyone is outside more and is happier as the weather is nicer. The days are longer too, so we get to enjoy all that Melbourne has to offer for longer.

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Natalie von Bertouch \ is captain of the Australian netball team, the Diamonds.

What does summer mean to you? Summer has always meant cricket. But with more free time and daylight saving during summer, hopefully it will mean more time on the golf course.

What does summer mean to you? Diving under waves, fresh salads, prawns on the barbecue, a crisp sav blanc, lots of afternoons with friends.

How would you spend the perfect summer day? An early-morning walk on the beach with my family, followed by swimming in our pool with the kids, and have friends around for an afternoon barbecue.

How would you spend the perfect summer day? Cuddles with my son, Henry, in bed, then breakfast on a deck overlooking a surf beach, followed by a swim and bodysurf. There would have to be a seafood lunch with the whole family.

What does summer mean to you? Summer means being able to spend time with my family and friends, particularly after not being able to see them as much during the netball season. It’s also a time for preseason training, which means feeling fit and healthy.

Where do you usually spend summer months? For the past 20 years I’ve been fortunate to spend the summer months travelling around Australia playing cricket.

Where do you usually spend summer months? Mainly in Melbourne, although we get away to the Mornington Peninsula or Hamilton Island.

Where do you usually spend summer months? I like to get away to Point Elliot but the rest of the time I like to stay in Adelaide.

What is one of your happiest summer memories as a child? Holidaying at my pop’s farm in Swan Hill and swinging into the Murray River from a rope tied around a tree.

What is one of your happiest summer memories as a child? Spending the school holidays on the north-east coast of Tasmania at my grandparents’ shack, and fishing and playing backyard cricket with anyone who wanted to join in.

What is one of your happiest summer memories as a child? Every year in January we went with family friends to a shack in Point Turton. We’d stay for a week and spend time at the beach fishing and playing cricket. We spent the evening cooking on a balcony looking over the ocean. It was the best! (SupplieD \ pAt ScAlA)

And what’s your most recent happiest summer memory? Taking Henry to the pool so my hubby and I could have a dip before dinner. Henry was in his pyjamas and ended up swimming in them.

And what’s your most recent happiest summer memory? The week of my retirement from Test cricket – having my family and close friends for the week in Perth was something I’ll never forget.

What do you love about Melbourne during the summer? Having dinner outside on the deck at restaurants that overlook the water. Riva in St Kilda has a great view of the bay on one side and the boat ramp on the other. There’s always something amusing to watch.

What do you love about Melbourne during the summer? I’ve always loved taking part in the Boxing Day Test. Watching the tennis now I have spare time. Melbourne is the sporting capital.

And what’s your most recent happiest summer memory? Spending time with my friends at their shack in Point Elliot over New Year’s – going to the beach, having barbecues and, hopefully, learning to surf. What do you love about Melbourne during the summer? The tennis and the Boxing Day Test. Two things I would love to be able to go to. \

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aRts & CULtURE RED CHAIR ARTISTS TALK: JUAN FORD Eltham artist Juan Ford has spent much of his career looking at new possibilities for realism in painting. After receiving a master of arts (fine art) from RMIT, he has exhibited widely in Australia and overseas and has received several prestigious awards and grants. Join Ford for the first of Nillumbik’s Red Chair Artists Talks for 2013, but be sure to RSVP as places always fill fast. ■Montsalvat, 7 Hillcrest Avenue, Eltham. February 6, 7.30-9.30pm. 9439 7712 EnVIRonMEnt

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jUan foRd BANYULE EDIBLE GARDEN TOUR Victoria’s Sustainable Living Festival starts on February 9, and what better way to kick off the events in your local area than with a Banyule Edible Garden Tour? Take a guided expedition through one of four small-scale fruit and vegetable gardens and learn tips and tricks from the best in Banyule. Bookings essential. ■Private gardens in Ivanhoe, West Heidelberg, Rosanna and Montmorency. February 9, 9.30am-2pm.

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FEstIVaLs LAURIMAR TOWN FAIR To take the sting out of returning to school after the holidays, Laurimar Primary School is hosting the annual Laurimar Town Fair. Everybody in the local community is invited to enjoy the stalls and activities for the whole family, with vintage car displays and international food stalls among the highlights. ■ Laurimar Primary School, Armidale Road, Doreen. February 9, 10am-5pm. 9717 7100 MaRKEts OLYMPIC VILLAGE SUMMER MAKERS MARKET For one-of-a-kind crafts and homewares hand-made by local artisans, look no further than Banyule’s historic Olympic Village on February 2. With acoustic performances from local musicians, children’s activities and craft demonstrations, there’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained

firecrackers and art demonstrations. Try Chinese and Vietnamese cuisines and expand your knowledge of other cultures with sessions on tradition, faith, celebrations and rituals. ■ Bell Street Mall, corner Bell Street and Oriel Road, Heidelberg West. February 15, 11.30am-1.30pm.

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musIC \ Shannon Noll pays his respects to the bush and bands that shaped his youth


rowing up on a farm was like one big adventure for Shannon Noll. He relished time spent riding horses and motorbikes, shooting rabbits and taking his stag hounds out to chase foxes. Long before he became a successful singer, the boy from the bush was also expected to help on the family’s wheat, cattle and sheep farm. Noll acted as rouseabout in the shearing shed during September school holidays and had to work the fields, sometimes on a tractor, for hours. He would listen to mix tapes, his favourite devoted entirely to Midnight Oil. Noll is now reliving those childhood days twofold, having recently embarked on a national tour dedicated to significant songs from his youth, and moving to some acreage on the outskirts of Gisborne. Turns out the adage is true: you can take the boy out of the country, but you can’t take the country out of the boy. Noll and his family settled in the Macedon Ranges earlier this year, wife Rochelle having grown up in nearby Sunbury. They had been living in the outer Sydney suburb of Lilli Pilli – a convenient spot while Noll established his music career – but he dearly wanted his three children, Cody, Blake and Sienna, to be surrounded by paddocks, not picket fences.

A quiet moment: Shannon Noll reflects on his success. (SIMONE DE PEAK)

Showman: Noll delivers all of his hits on his latest tour. (SuPPlIED)

“A lot of the strength in the economy comes from smaller regions, and I think we’ve got to keep remembering that.” “I loved growing up in the bush and on a bit of property, so I really wanted that opportunity for my kids. You get a lot of life lesson’s growing up on the land, like how to fix problems when you’ve limited resources. But it’s also about being outside with nature and OK with your own company.” Noll’s children attend the local primary school and, while the boys have made the switch from rugby league to AFL at Gisborne’s junior footy club, Sienna has inherited Rochelle’s love of horse riding. There are also sheep, chickens and dogs on the four-hectare property, a far cry from the 1822 hectares Noll roamed as a child, but it’s enough for now. “It’d be good if it was a bit bigger so we could have more stock, but I think that’d be too much to handle, being away so much,” Noll says. “I’ve got enough on my plate as it is.” Noll juggles farming duties, such as fixing fences, with his thriving music career. Committing to back-to-back national tours, last month he finished the tour for his fourth studio album, A Million Suns. His current national tour is called In My Youth.

“It’ll be like going back to when we just played music for the sheer fun of it,” he says, hinting at the time he and his two older brothers, Adam and Damian, formed a three-piece outfit, Cypress. The trio rehearsed in the shearing shed and performed at local pubs. Some of the iconic bands whose songs will be covered on the tour include Midnight Oil, INXS, Men at Work, Australian Crawl and Cold Chisel. “It was probably the best era of Australian music we’ve ever had,” Noll says, adding that it helped cement Australian music on the world map. “Their songs are regularly on the radio, so even young people know the majority of the songs we’ll be playing. If you can get a broad listenership, then that’s just a testament to the quality of the songs as well.” The In My Youth tour is peppered with dates in regional centres, as Noll appreciates this is where many of his fans live. “Regional people and country people are loyal and if you get them on board they’ll stick with you, they won’t just move on to the next trendy thing,” he says. “I go out of my way to make sure I can get to as many of those places as I can, instead of doing one

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big show in the city and expecting everyone to come in (from their home towns), y’know?” Having grown up near the central NSW town of Condobolin, Noll has always been a strong advocate for the value of rural and semi-rural Australians. “The place can’t run on the power of one city and state. A lot of the strength in the economy comes from smaller regions, and I think we’ve got to keep remembering that.” It’s largely the outlying communities that have supported Noll since his career famously began in 2003 after coming runner-up (to Guy Sebastian) on the first series of Australian Idol. His first single, What About Me, debuted at No. 1 on the Australian music charts, as did the album on which it appeared, That’s What I’m Talking About. Noll achieved the same success with his second album, Lift, and its debut single, Shine, which became a sporting anthem of sorts, performed at events such as the 2006 Australian Open tennis final. Shine he did, becoming the first Australian artist to score 10 consecutive top 10 singles on the ARIA charts and selling more than 1.3 million albums. Along the way, he has turned his hand to songwriting and won several ARIA and MTV Australia awards. Career highlights such as these are all charted in Noll’s biography So Far. It also details the tough times, such as the death of Noll’s father in a farming accident in 2001 and the drought that forced his family to sell their beloved farm six years later. The book was ghostwritten by a Sydney journalist who interviewed Noll for five hours a day, six days straight. Noll describes that experience as therapeutic. “It brought up a lot of stuff that I’d suppressed for a long time and going over it again brought back a lot of the emotion that went with it,” he says. “There’s a lot of joy and a lot of heartache as well. I think it’s good to relive that sort of stuff again and then put it behind you.” Despite his transition from farmer working on the land to singer touring the country, Noll never wakes up and pinches himself. “It’s a job too, y’know, there’s a lot of hard work and there are ups and downs.” While life away from the stage may be much simpler, Noll embraces the responsibility that comes with his public persona. “It’s amazing hearing feedback from people about what your music means to them,” he says. “That’s probably that biggest joy out of the whole thing. You can save a sheep from flystrike, but it’s not going to turn around and thank you for it.” \ LinLey WiLkie JANUARY 30, 2013 \ The weekly review 13

The Original superfood

like other carbohydrates. It passes through to the large intestine (colon), where it is broken down and converted to roughage. In the long term this reduces the risk of weight gain, heart disease and stroke. Another benefit of consuming foods high in fibre is the boost in gut health. Approximately 70 per cent of an adult’s immune system is based in the intestinal region, so a healthy gut enhances our immune strength, which may reduce the onset and duration of illness. A diet high in fibre not only prevents constipation but also reduces the risk of diverticulitis, haemorrhoids and bowel cancer. Poor intestinal health is also associated with flatulence, bloating, constipation, moodiness and reduced energy levels.

WEll-bEing \ Sharon BrookS explores the stool taboo


hen was the last time you discussed your bowel movements at a dinner party? Unfortunately, fibre intake and subsequent bowel activities are not a popular conversation. Trendy superfoods such as acai and goji berries, spirulina, cacao and wheat grass seem to be the focus when discussing superfoods. Expensive ingredients from exotic locations are all the rage. Yet fibre has stood the test of time. Long before noni juice was claimed to reduce digestive discomfort and maca was heralded for enhancing endurance, fibre delivered the goods. Did you know that a high-fibre intake can enhance your immune system and energy levels while reducing moodiness and disease risk? What is fibre? And why do we need it? Dietary fibre is a type of carbohydrate found in fruit, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, pulses, beans, nuts JOB NO: SRS0191_146x261_Come_Find_Press andFINAL the ARTWORK like. Fibre is not digested in the small intestine



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The different types of fibre Dietary fibre \ is generally broken down into three main groups: soluble fibre; insoluble fibre; and resistant starch. All three are required for healthy intestinal functioning. Soluble fibre \ slows the rate of digestion. This contributes to the feeling of fullness and is beneficial in lowering cholesterol and stabilising blood-sugar levels. Food sources include fruit and vegetables, oats, bran, nuts and lentils. inSoluble fibre \ adds bulk to stools, allowing



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Resistant staRch \ aids the health of the intestinal region by fermenting and producing short-chain fatty acids. Once absorbed in the bloodstream, the acids assist in lowering cholesterol. The short-chain fatty acids produced are also associated with enhanced mineral absorption of calcium, phosphorus and magnesium. This translates to better bone health. Short-chain fatty acids are also believed to prevent bowel cancer by creating a healthier intestinal environment. Food sources include beans and unripe bananas, hi-maize breads and cooled starches such as rice and pasta.

foods include sweet potato, peas, yoghurt and certain whole grains. The aim is to eat more high-fibre nutritious or core carbohydrate foods and to cut out or cut back on treat foods, such as lollies and doughnuts with little fibre and fast-release sugars. These cause drastic spikes in blood-sugar levels followed by rapid drops. This may increase the risk of type 2 diabetes. Dieting dilemmas

Fibre has stood the test of time

What about GI? Foods containing more than 10 grams of carbohydrates per serve can be measured via the glycaemic index (GI). Foods that are high in fibre tend to have lower GI values. This is a measure of the speed at which the carbohydrate enters the bloodstream. Slow release of the carbohydrate is better because it assists in maintaining a relatively steady state. This is beneficial for cognition, concentration, alertness and mood. Low GI, fibre-rich

At this time of year, fad diets, detoxes and meal-replacement shakes are the norm. An increased consumption of meat occurs at the expense of bread and beans as high-protein and low-carbohydrate foods gain attention. Breakfast skippers, coeliacs and the gluten-avoiders, Atkins followers and the Paleo warriors are at risk of consuming insufficient fibre, especially insufficient resistant fibre. The irony is that good-quality research led by nutrition and health experts advocates the benefit of dietary fibre in weight loss and weight maintenance. Perhaps this is something to think about. How much fibre do I really need? The NHMRC (National Health and Medical Research Council) recommend women consume 25 grams and men 30 grams of fibre a day. The research on resistant

starch is mounting and many nutrition professors now believe that 20 grams of resistant starch per day is required. It is easy to include more fibre into one’s diet by simply adding more whole grains, beans (chick peas, lentils and edamame soy beans), fruit and vegetables. Important Consideration If your current diet is low to moderate in fibre, increase your fibre in small amounts to avoid intestinal discomfort. Water should also be consumed to facilitate bowel movement. Aim for approximately two to three litres of water a day. Finally, fibre has exceptional benefits for overall health but it cannot undo the damage of excess toxins and processed foods. Next time you’re at a dinner party, consider asking your neighbour “how much fibre did you eat yesterday?” and “do you add bran or wheat germ to your morning fruit salad?”. Before you can say “fibre is the coolest superfood of them all” it will be a dinner-party staple. Let’s hope so, anyway. \ » » sharon Brooks is a registered nutritionist and food scientist. she operates sharon’s nutrition, a nutrition consultation business specialising in proactive health and optimal well-being.


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them to pass more easily. Foods containing insoluble fibre include wheat, corn and oat bran, nuts, flaxseed (linseed), the skin of fruit and vegetables, beans, legumes and whole grains.

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mong the trees and rooftops that define the outlook from Cambrian Court is Eltham North’s Holy Trinity Primary School. It’s so close that the next children to move into this property could coast down the hill to school on their bikes without a single push of the pedals. The proximity to quality schools, including St Helena College just two kilometres down the road, is not the only thing that makes this property appeal to families. It is in a quiet court surrounded by parklands, where all the local children can safely play together on the weekends. It also has zoned accommodation with two bedrooms at the front of the floor plan and two bedrooms out the back. Mum and dad can live in the lap of luxury in the north-facing main bedroom. Floor-to-ceiling bay windows flood the space with natural light and more of those leafy views. It also has a walk-in wardrobe and a freshly renovated en suite with stone finishes. The shower has frameless glass walls and a rose the size of a dinner plate. The modest-sized bedroom across the hall would be an ideal nursery. Due to its proximity to the entrance, it could also suit as a home office. Business contacts or clients could come over for meetings without having to tramp through the house. The kids enjoy the privacy of their very own wing off the main family hub. Both bedrooms back here have built-in wardrobes and are separated by a large, central bathroom with corner spa. The toilet is separate, which makes life easier during the before-school rush. The living areas add to this property’s family-friendly credentials. They not only act as a buffer between the parents’ and children’s accommodation areas, they are also common territory where the whole family can come together. Despite the incline of the block, the floor plan is only mildly split-level, with a rise of just one step separating the three distinct areas. Above the entrance is the elegant living and dining area,


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which has a wall of windows that almost run to the top of the 3.5-metre ceilings. A false wall has been installed at the other end of the space, creating an additional study nook. It could be easily removed should the next owners want to expand the size of the dining area. The kitchen and meals hub is positioned at the heart of the house. Although mostly original – dating back to the ’80s, when this house was built – the kitchen has been cleverly updated to marry indoor living to out. Café-style bifold windows open to the shaded deck at the side of the house, allowing the kitchen bench to also be a servery. This clever addition has made entertaining a breeze at this property. You can already see friends, family and neighbours enjoying a lunch of salads and meats, fresh from the kitchen, presented as a buffet on the servery. A clear covering protects the deck from the elements but keeps the space flush with light. A shade on a lower, north-facing deck softens the glare from the sun. A walkway off the deck leads down to the double garage, which, when not used to park the family’s cars, could add to this property’s entertainment potential. When the kids grow up, the garage would be the ideal dance floor for 18th- and 21st-birthday parties. The third living space – a large and light-filled rumpus – also opens out to the deck. This room could be used as a playroom; a place for the kids to spread out their toys, to build a model train track or create their latest Lego masterpiece. But it would be an equally great place to hide away from the world, slumped on the couch watching a DVD. Ducted heating and vacuum and evaporative cooling add to the creature comforts. A storage room below the house could be used as a workshop or a wine cellar. With all the thirsty guests sure to come for lunch, it may be best to used as the latter. \ LIAM CARTER

Price \ $590,000 +

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Fast facts \ North-facing 1980s house set high on a steep block in St Helena College zone; four bedrooms across two accommodation zones; split-level floor plan with three distinct living areas – lounge and dining room, kitchen and meals hub and rumpus; tiered deck with servery to kitchen; new en suite in main bedroom; double garage; workshop/ wine cellar; ducted heating and vacuum. eltham north \ 20 kms from the city




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eltham \ 13 Barriedale Court There is a real possibility that once ensconced in this fourbedroom house at the end of a quiet court, with children taking up residence next to the pool with their friends and parents languishing on the outdoor deck, summers will be spent at home from now on. The main first floor of this house has a great floor plan for a family. Two large living areas are separated by a central dining room and kitchen. The rear northfacing family room, which is an extension to the original building, is bright and modern with neutral interiors, downlights and shiny polished floorboards. Bifold doors open out to a large undercover deck surrounded by greenery. The gated pool set within landscaped surrounds flows from this indoor/outdoor space. The second living room is equally large with an open fireplace and french doors to the firstfloor balcony that offers treetop views. The front main bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en suite also shares the balcony vista. Downstairs, reached by a steep spiral staircase, exposed-brick walls and an original bathroom are testimony to the ’70s origins of the house. This floor could easily be converted to a home office, in-law accommodation or a teenager’s dream retreat. Additional features here include ducted heating, cooling and vacuum, three water tanks and a double carport. \ EMMA HOUGHTON



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Barry Plant \ 9431 1222

Price \ $750,000 – $825,000

Sale by Set Date \ February 19

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Barry Plant Eltham 9431 1222 3





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Morrison Kleeman Eltham 9431 2444 3



3/90 Alexandra Street , Greensborough ................................................................. Price: $492,500 ................................................................. Private sale ................................................................. OFI By appointment .................................................................

68 Ryans Road, Eltham ................................................................. Price: $700,000 - $740,000 ................................................................. Sale by Negotiation ................................................................. OFI Saturday 10.45-11.15am .................................................................

9/25 Wilfred Road, Ivanhoe East ................................................................. Price: $440,000 - $475,000 ................................................................. Auction Saturday February 16 at 11am ................................................................. OFI Wed 5.15-5.45pm, Sat 10-10.30am .................................................................

4/415 Main Road , Montmorency ................................................................. Price: $520,000 - $560,000 ................................................................. Private sale ................................................................. OFI Saturday 10.30-11am .................................................................

With cutting-edge style and design, this new, spacious single-level unit is sure to impress those downsizing, first-home buyers or keen investors.

This superbly finished family house has several living spaces, stunning views, an elevated outdoor dining area, alarm and evaporative cooling.

This attractive villa unit is in comfortable order throughout and has a courtyard garden, entrance hall, living/dining room, laundry and kitchen/meals area.

Set at the rear of the block for peace and privacy, this low maintenance house is ideal for those who want to reclaim precious free time.

Let's eat lunch @ Urban Grooves, 99 Grimshaw Street Let's eat dinner @ Peppecorn Thai, 81 Grimshaw Street Let's drink coffee @ Gloria Jean's, Plaza, Main Street

Let's eat lunch @ Sugar Kube, Arcade, 972 Main Road Let's eat dinner @ Ginger Garlic Indian, 9 Dudley Street Let's drink coffee @ Volumes Café, 70 Commercial Place

Let's eat lunch @ Condotti, 237 Lower Heidelberg Rd Let's eat dinner @ Plaka Greek, 262 Lower Heidelberg Rd Let's drink coffee @ Café 232, 232 Lower Heidelberg Rd

Let's eat lunch @ Chicken on Charcoal, Bolton Street Let's eat dinner @ Element, 410 Main Road Let's drink coffee @ Montsalvat, 7 Hillcrest Avenue

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DIAMOND CREEK \ 4 Fuller Street This well-presented house is set on a large sloping corner block of about 1200 square metres. Comfortable interiors are enhanced by terraced native gardens, leaving little room for any improvement. An elevated balcony forms the front entry point, where a dining room and slightly sunken lounge take up the full width of the building. This area, with polished hardwood floors, gas log fire and windows providing 180-degree views of the bush block, is a highlight. It is a sunny space where birdwatching can be enjoyed from the comfort of your lounge chair. A central kitchen and meals area leads to the rear undercover verandah, ideal for entertaining. The kitchen is striking with black benchtops and white cabinetry and interiors. A servery window from the kitchen to the dining room opens up the space and is an added convenience. The main bedroom, with built-in wardrobes, is separated from the other bedrooms (also with built-in wardrobes) by a large bathroom that also functions as a partial en suite. White interiors and plenty of natural light make this a bright and fresh space. An additional powder room is a bonus. The current owners have done all the hard work in the garden of constructing retaining walls and terracing the sloping block. A paved entertainment area provides a peaceful patio for outdoor dining. \ EMMA HOUGHTON






Barry Plant \ 9438 1133

Price \ $450,000 – $490,000

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Nelson Alexander Ivanhoe 9490 2900 3





Fletchers Eltham 9430 1111 4





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22 Latham Street, Ivanhoe ................................................................. Price: $1 million - $1.1 million ................................................................. Auction Saturday February 16 at 2pm ................................................................. OFI Thurs 1.30-2pm, Sat noon-12.30pm .................................................................

122 Ingrams Road, Research ................................................................. Price: $1.15 million - $1.25 million ................................................................. Sale by Negotiation ................................................................. OFI As advertised or by arrangement .................................................................

7 Aminya Place, Briar Hill ................................................................. Price: $635,000 ................................................................. For sale ................................................................. OFI By appointment .................................................................

Spacious, welcoming and well located, this comfortable Californian bungalow is located close to schools, Ivanhoe Village and transport.

This immaculate house with scenic acreage has expansive valley views, spacious accommodation and offers a wonderful rural lifestyle.

Private, serene and set in landscaped surrounds, this house provides laidback living that you and your family will fall in love with.

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ROSANNA \ 103 Finlayson street

Miles Real Estate \ 9459 5666

ElthAm \ 1 lyons rise

Price \ $570,000 – $620,000

Auction \ February 9 at noon

Morrison Kleeman \ 9431 2444

Price \ $550,000 – $600,000

Private sale

This house will have wide appeal being centrally located in this family-friendly suburb. Comprising three bedrooms, formal and informal living areas and a substantial backyard, this single-level residence has scope for updating or is comfortable as is. The front main bedroom is the pick of the three, featuring large mulitpaned windows. The formal lounge and dining rooms are carpeted and cosy with a fireplace that could operate as a wood-burning fire or could be connected to the mains gas. The front lounge room looks over a quiet patio at the entrance that provides a shady spot for enjoying the front yard. The kitchen and rear family room form an L-shape around an outdoor patio. With a north-facing orientation, it is perfect for soaking up the sun and admiring the manicured backyard. The backyard includes a large lawn, built-in barbecue, outhouse buildings and double carport. There is plenty of room for redeveloping the space to suit. \ EMMA HOUGHTON

Set in a quiet court, this property provides a high level of privacy and comfort. Flanked by manicured gardens, there are several places to entertain during summer. The best spot is the elevated and undercover balcony. It has treetop views over the surrounding suburbs and can be reached from the tiled dining area. There’s lots of lawn space for the children to play – but if they need more room there is a park nearby. The kitchen shares similar views to the balcony and has easy access to the casual lounge. The formal dining area and living space looks out to the mature and landscaped front garden. The main bedroom is at the end of the hallway and has built-in wardrobes and an en suite. Two other bedrooms also have built-in wardrobes. A fourth is near a bathroom and separate toilet. Other benefits include ducted heating and cooling and under-house storage. The property is close to Eltham College and shops. \ BIANCA VILLAROSA













Barry Plant Diamond Creek 9438 1133 2





Darren Jones 9432 2544 3





Barry Plant Ivanhoe 9499 7992 3





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19/1 Oldstead Road, Greensborough ................................................................. Price: $395,000 ................................................................. For sale ................................................................. OFI By appointment .................................................................

1/6 Graeme Avenue, Montmorency ................................................................. Price: $500,000 - $550,000 ................................................................. Offers closing Monday March 4 at 7pm ................................................................. OFI Wed 6-6.30pm, Sat 2-2.30pm .................................................................

1/157 Porter Road, Heidelberg Heights ................................................................. Price: $439,000 ................................................................. For sale ................................................................. OFI Sat noon-12.30pm .................................................................

308/3 Kiernan Avenue, Ivanhoe ................................................................. Price: $730,000 - $790,000 ................................................................. Auction Saturday February 23 at 11am ................................................................. OFI Thur 4-4.30pm, Sat 11-11.30am .................................................................

Calvary Retirement Village is a small caring community exclusively for senior residents. It has quality fixtures, 24-hour security and a village manager.

This townhouse offers open-plan living and a deluxe kitchen delivering a combination of style, space and lifestyle that will appeal.

Defined by its spacious and light interiors, stylish modern appointments and open proportions, this stunningly presented property is a superb prospect.

Spacious and elegant, this third-floor apartment has convenient living with magnificent views. It includes lounge/ dining and kitchen with balcony.

Let's eat lunch @ Peppercorn Thai, 81 Grimshaw Street Let's eat dinner @ Greensborough RSL, 111 Main Street Let's drink coffee @ Sweet Temptations, 10/214 Aqueduct Road

Let's eat lunch @ Café Mudd, 12 Were Street Let's eat dinner @ Ocean Garden, 3 Were Street Let's drink coffee @ Cherry Red Café, 61 Were Street

Let's eat lunch @ Rocket, 144 Upper Heidelberg Road Let's eat dinner @ Va Tutto, 226 Upper Heidelberg Road Let's drink coffee @ Zanetti, 132 Upper Heidelberg Road

Let's eat lunch @ Ivanhoe Hotel, 120 Upr Heidelberg Rd Let's eat dinner @ Va Tutto, 226 Upr Heidelberg Rd Let's drink coffee @ Laurent Bakery, 139 Upr Heidelberg Road

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wE lOvE it Morrison Kleeman \ 9717 8780

Price \ $640,000 – $670,000

Private sale

Built with family living in mind, this three-bedroom property has never changed hands. Close to the Laurimar township the house has several living areas inside and out. A study and the formal lounge and dining area are at the front. The formal living zone has a recessed ceiling and features a gas log fireplace. It looks out to the quiet street, where it’s common to see children riding their bikes on weekends. The kitchen, which has Blanco stainless-steel appliances and granite benchtops, looks over the meals area and lounge. The meals space opens to the Perspex-covered outdoor entertainment zone. It’s a great place to host a family function all year round and admire the Tuscan-inspired backyard. The main bedroom has gold-coloured walls, built-in wardrobes and an en suite with a spa bath. Two other bedrooms are near a rumpus room and they share a bathroom. \ BIANCA VILLAROSA







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5 Banfield Tce Morrison Kleeman 9 Perrumba St Darren Jones 9/94-100 Nepean St Darren Jones

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58 erskine Rd 16 Moorwatha St 48 Jacka St 60 Strathallan

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21 cambrian court

Sale by tender Closing Tuesday 26th February at 6pm (Unless sold prior)

It may resemble a normal family home from the street, set high on a landscaped allotment, however a split-level interior defined by zoned living spaces and ample sleeping accommodation are there to remind you its anything but ordinary. The radiant living areas are only overshadowed by the fantastic covered deck that copes brilliantly when entertaining a large crowd, and its superb family-focused neighbourhood of fine homes, conveniently located close to St Helena Secondary College, Primary schools, shopping venues, transport and parks. Features: Generous formal lounge & dining area, Study nook, Timber kitchen with outdoor servery window, Family-sized meals area & rumpus, Master bedroom with WIR, stone ensuite & tree-top views, 3 further bedrooms, spa bathroom, Ducted heating & vac, evaporative cooling, Auto double garage, u/house storage/wine cellar, Minimal rear garden.



insPeCtiOn tHurSday 6.00 - 6.30pm Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm

2/116 mountain View

prIVate Sale

Act on your instinct and seize the opportunity to call this eye-catching townhouse that promises a lifestyle of uplifting carefree proportions home. Nestled in a boutique upmarket development, it presents beautifully, boasting classic modern open plan interiors, spilling to paved private courtyard with sunny north-easterly aspect - A treat for first homebuyers, down-sizers or investors, close to shops, schools, transport & parks. Features: 3 robed bedrooms, stylish bathroom, Upstairs retreat/study area, Separate lounge room, Open family/meals area, Modern kitchen with s/s appliances, Jarrah hardwood floors, new carpet, Ducted heating, Evap cooling, Ducted vac, Auto DLUG with int. & courtyard access

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Quote $590,000 plus buyers Melway 21:F1 Land size 650m2 approx Contact Scott Anderson 0412 855 775 Sue Stone 0416 055 159 Office 104 Grimshaw St, Greensborough Phone 9435 0999

Quote $480,000 plus buyers Melway 21:C3 Contact Adam McWatters 0404 489 266 William Keleher 0408 006 273 Office 1004 Main Road, Eltham Phone 9439 4022



10 Fleetwood drive

prIVate Sale

Few things are guaranteed in life, however what is for certain with this contemporary residence is a life of sheer luxury infused with designer flair. Under 3 years old, chic living and modern light and airy spaces linking with sensational alfresco entertaining & sitting deck define this stunning 5 bedroom family home that’s big on high-end family living, handy to shops, Ivanhoe Grammar School and transport. Features: Expansive open living/dining area, Rumpus/theatre room, Large master bedroom (with WIR & ensuite), 4 Further bedrooms, family bathroom, Deluxe Caesar stone kitchen, Home Office/Study, Gas ducted heating & evaporative cooling, Auto DLUG with internal access.

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Wonderfully set in the St Helena Secondary school zone, a premium lifestyle in a tranquil court is what a growing family can expect once they call this place home. Features: Split level fireside lounge/dining, updated kitchen/meals, 4 bedrooms, master with ens, entertaining deck solar heated IG pool/spa, separate driveways to carport & garage.

Sale by tender Closing Tues 26th Feb at 6pm (Unless sold prior) Quote $500,000 plus buyers Melway 11:C10 Land size 935m2 approx Contact Scott Anderson 0412 855 775 Sue Stone 0416 055 159 Office 104 Grimshaw St, Greensborough Phone 9435 0999 insPeCt tHur 5 - 5.30pm Sat 12 - 12.30pm



insPeCtiOn Saturday 3.00 - 3.30pm

Melway 391:A12 Land size 553m2 approx Contact Craig Frost 0413 018 033 Stuart Buckingham 0411 743 336 Office 104 Grimshaw St, Greensborough Phone 9435 0999

2/135 Sherbourne road

This attractive single level Federation style unit captures the essence of modern lowmaintenance living, within a pretty verdant development. Features: Open plan living/ dining, smeg s/s kitchen, 3 bedrooms, master accessing 2 way bathroom, D/H, R/C air con, SLUG, extra car space & ample garden for kids & pets.


Auction Quote Melway Contact

Saturday 23rd Feb at 12.00pm $390,000 plus buyers 21:F4 Land size Strata Stuart Buckingham 0411 743 336 Sue Stone 0416 055 159 Office 104 Grimshaw St, Greensborough Phone 9435 0999 insPeCt tHur 4 - 4.30pm Sat 11 - 11.30am JANUARY 30, 2013 \ The weekly review 23

EAGLEMONT 12 Glen Drive MAGNIFICENT MOUNT EAGLE EXCLUSIVITY Glorious landscaped surroundings add another refined layer to the remarkable lifestyle appeal of this Mount Eagle Estate masterpiece c1961. Recently renovated to enhance its original architect-designed interior, elegantly presented spaces of substantial proportions blend luxury, class and functionality. Includes 3BR, two bathrooms, executive study/4th, lounge (OFP), dining, family living and meals, granite kitchen, powder room, central heating, vacuum, Oak parquetry, bluestone entertainment area, workshop and dble garage.

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Saturday 23rd February at 2.00pm


Sat 2-2:30pm


1209 m2 approx.


Gordon Whale 0419 335 459 Damien Carter 0438 850 166


9497 3222 | 9459 5666

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EAGLEMONT 20 Outlook Drive ‘EAGLE HEIGHTS’ - TENNIS, ENTERTAINING & CITY VIEWS Impressive 37m Mount Eagle Estate frontage, direct rear access to common parkland on title and outstanding uninterrupted city views highlight the elite environs of ´Eagle Heights´; a captivating family residence on 1391 m2 (approx) with side ROW. Boasts downstairs zone (cellar, lounge/gym, kitchen, home office, bathroom, sauna) and N/S Kevin McNamara tennis court near private schools.


Saturday 23rd February at 3.00pm


Thu 6-6:30pm, Sat 1-1:30pm


1391 m2 approx.


Damien Carter 0438 850 166 Stewart Oldmeadow 0412 119 277


9497 3222 | 9459 5666

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IVANHOE EAST 24 Charteris Drive FAMILY FLEXIBILITY WITH AN ENVIABLE ADDRESS Establish a quality family lifestyle with this superbly-presented residence set on a substantial 1108 m2 northfacing rear allotment (approx). Generous three bedroom (BIRs) and study accommodation is complemented by a versatile studio (with modern bathroom) and solar-heated, salt-chlorinated pool. Offering large lounge room (OFP), formal dining room, family area, granite-finished kitchen, stylish bath/powder rooms, laundry, airconditioning, ducted heating, alarm, polished floorboards, 22200l raintanks and double auto garage.

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Saturday 23rd February at 12.00pm


Thu 5:15-5:45pm, Sat 1-1:30pm


1108 m2 approx.


James Davis 0405 687 817 Damien Carter 0438 850 166


9497 3222 | 9459 5666

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IVANHOE EAST 190 The Boulevard PRIZED POSITION, PERFECT PROSPECTS, DUAL FRONTAGE An iconic address with dual frontage to Hardy Terrace sets an enviable scene for lifestyle success. Consummately comfortable after modern enhancement, this 4BR home on a 923 m2 allotment (approx) offers outstanding scope to further improvement or build a luxurious family residence (STCA). A celebrated location complements potential views towards the city. Includes living (OFP) and dining, stunning stone kitchen, large bathroom, multi-purpose area under, ducted heating, air-conditioning, carport and garage.


Saturday 16th February at 12.00pm


Thu 6-6:30pm, Sat 12-12:30pm


923 m2 approx.


Helen Witchell 0413 741 158 Damien Carter 0438 850 166


9497 3222 | 9459 5666

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IVANHOE 22 Thoresby Grove FAMILY ELEGANCE ON EXTENSIVE ALLOTMENT Beautifully presented, this impressive residence c1917 blends heritage elegance, family flexibility and outdoor entertaining. Opening to an elevated alfresco deck overlooking glistening solar/salt swimming pool and enchanting garden, this sympathetically extended home offers versatility with up to four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Formal sitting room, family (gas fireplace), study nook, kitchen (European appliances), casual dining area, heating/cooling, OFPs, Blackbutt flooring, 6000l raintanks and OSP.

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Saturday 23rd February at 12.00pm




Sat 1-1:30pm


1016 m2 approx.


Gordon Whale 0419 335 459 Stewart Oldmeadow 0412 119 277


9497 3222 | 9459 5666

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EAGLEMONT 3/18 Silverdale Road ‘EAGLEMONT MEWS’ - A RARE OPPORTUNITY! Superbly situated in an elite tree-lined location, this light-filled 2BR, 2 bathroom townhouse presents an outstanding opening for downsizers and investors. Features private north-facing rear courtyard, open-plan living and dining, delightful kitchen, powder room, European laundry, gas heating, air-conditioner and electric blinds. Near historic Eaglemont Village, train, shopping and parkland.


Saturday 16th February at 2.00pm


Thu 5:15-5:45pm, Sat 11-11:30am


Helen Witchell 0413 741 158 Damien Carter 0438 850 166



9497 3222 | 9459 5666


HEIDELBERG 44 Beverley Road EXCITING CAFE/KIOSK OPPORTUNITY! Located in the heart of Warringal Parkland. Set within Possum Hollow Playground and next to Banyule Trail (shared by walkers, joggers and cyclists) and the Main Yarra Trail. Expressions of interest are sought from cafe/kiosk operators who are seeking a unique opportunity. Features include ample public car-parking, disabled access plus amenities, gas is available, hot and cold water is supplied, outdoor seating (within Council regulations) and surrounded by four sporting fields.

For Lease

Tender Closing 27 February 2013


By Appointment


Dietmar Gregory 0422 402 545 Paul Evans 0408 144 181


9497 3222

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HEIDELBERG HEIGHTS 75 Southern Road GREAT SOUTHERN COMFORT & CONVENIENCE Stroll to wonderful Malahang Reserve from this fabulous 3BR home that´s secluded and setback among goodsized garden. Includes north-facing living room, spacious family room overlooking covered alfresco area, kitchen/meals, bathroom, gas space heating, carport/garage near shops, transport, schools, NMIT and La Trobe University.

HEIDELBERG WEST 3/4 Ambon Court THE ESSENSE OF EASY CONTEMPORARY LIVING Parklands just around the corner from this quiet cul-de-sac further add to the peaceful nature and lifestyle appeal of this stunning freestanding rear townhouse. Generous interior proportions and contemporary features are complemented by sunny courtyard garden and carport. Includes 2 bedrooms (upstairs main), BIRs, sizable study area, open-plan living and dining, immaculate kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, bath/powder rooms, European laundry, heating/cooling, alarm and rain water tank.

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Saturday 23rd February at 11.00am





Sat 2-2:30pm


705 m2 approx.


James Davis 0405 687 817 John Levingston 0410 978 144


9497 3222 | 9459 5666




Saturday 23rd February at 1.00pm




Sat 10-10.30am


Brad Pearce 0409 679 414 Sue Lacey 0412 898 202


9459 5666 | 9497 3222


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ROSANNA 18 Douglas Street CLASSIC CATCH WITH A VIEW TO THE FUTURE Enjoying wide elevated frontage, huge and very secure north-facing backyard, comfortable interior and convenient location. ´Rose View´ is quintessential Rosanna that has tastefully evolved for relaxed and easy indoor/outdoor family living. A generous three bedroom or 2BR plus study layout includes dining room, living room (Coonara gas heater), family room opening to covered alfresco area, kitchen/meals, central bathroom and window shutters. Also offers double carport and garage.

ROSANNA 103 Finlayson Street WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY, WALK TO SCHOOL! A hilltop haven in a convenient location; make this attractive home on a secluded allotment the highlight of a fabulous new family lifestyle. This superbly appointed residence is immediately inviting for relaxed family living and outdoor entertaining central to local shopping, Rosanna Parklands and train stations. Includes 3 bedrooms, living room (fireplace with gas connection), dining room, family room, fully-equipped kitchen, central bathroom, ducted heating, A/C, alarm, paved alfresco area, storage sheds and remote control OSP.


Saturday 23rd February at 3.00pm




Thu 6-6.30pm, Sat 11-11.30am


765 m2 approx.


Greg Taylor 0409 090 611 Brad Pearce 0409 679 414


9459 5666 | 9497 3222


Saturday 9th February at 12.00pm




Thu 2:30-3pm, Sat 12-12:30pm


680 m2 approx.


John Levingston 0410 978 144 Brad Pearce 0409 679 414


9459 5666 | 9497 3222

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ROSANNA 97 St James Road ENTICING FAMILY ENTERTAINER Soaking up sunshine and capturing district views from a secluded north-facing rear garden and huge BBQ deck, this superbly renovated 3BR residence is conveniently located near shopping strips, schools, parklands and transport. Nestled on a manageable corner allotment with raintank and remote-control carport; instantly inviting interior spaces convey a high level of comfort and quality. Includes living and dining area, family room, kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, bath and shower rooms, powder room, central heating and A/C.

MACLEOD 58 Erskine Road LIFESTYLE TREAT FRONTING FERGUSON STREET Privately enjoying a secluded corner block with Ferguson Street frontage, this delightful 3 bedroom home makes for exceptional low-maintenance living near shopping village, parkland, schools and trains. Offers study area, lounge, family living/dining, excellent kitchen with stainless steel appliances, modern bathroom, airconditioning, ducted heating, polished hardwood floors, alfresco deck, garden, rain tank and double carport.

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Saturday 23rd February at 1.00pm




Thu 4:30-5pm, Sat 12-12:30pm


605m2 approx.


Greg Taylor 0409 090 611 Brad Pearce 0409 679 414


9459 5666 | 9497 3222




Saturday 23rd February at 11.00am




Sat 11-11:30am


416 m2 approx.


John Levingston 0410 978 144 Brad Pearce 0409 679 414


9459 5666 | 9497 3222

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VIEWBANK 12-18 Graham Road RARE RETREAT ON TWO TITLES BORDERING PARKLAND Secure the view and tranquility of a much-admired position with this landmark residence spanning two titles. Offering wide frontage and dual crossovers create an array of remarkable options with this architect-designed home. Near Viewbank College and Banyule Primary, this superbly-maintained home includes 4 bedrooms (or three and home office/rumpus), two bathrooms (ensuite and balcony to main bedroom), family area (OFP) to deck, dining, fully-appointed kitchen and lounge, ducted heating, BBQ patio and double carport.

VIEWBANK 90 Graham Road VERY VERSATILE VIEWBANK FAMILY LIVING A spacious downstairs zone including kitchenette and bathroom creates another valuable dimension of versatility for a relaxed family future in this fabulous modern residence. A generous floorplan of 4 bedrooms; featuring family room with cathedral ceiling and OFP, dining area and granite kitchen with stainless-steel appliances. Put your family in the Viewbank College and parklands zone with this large brick home also including family bathroom, polished hardwood floors, gas heating, A/C, cellar and paved alfresco area.


Saturday 16th February at 1.00pm




Thu 5:15-5:45pm, Sat 11-11:30am


1327 m2 approx.


Paul Carbone 0418 541 169 Brad Pearce 0409 679 414


9459 5666 | 9497 3222


Saturday 16th February at 11.00am




Thu 5:15-5:45pm, Sat 10-10:30am


561 m2 approx.


John Levingston 0410 978 144 Brad Pearce 0409 679 414


9459 5666 | 9497 3222

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VIEWBANK 2 Country Lane COUNTRY CALM, CITY CONVENIENCE Step into the fast lane of successful first-home ownership or property investment in the most relaxed way possible with this fabulous 3BR, 2 bathroom family home enjoying a unique country setting. Convenience complements this attractive retreat that´s ideally positioned in the Viewbank College zone overlooking pastures with ponies and the Plenty River Trail.


Saturday 23rd February at 11.00am




Sat 12-12:30pm


600 m2 approx.


Gordon Whale 0419 335 459 John Levingston 0410 978 144


9497 3222 | 9459 5666

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ROSANNA 31 Davies Street

ROSANNA 2/30 Mountain View Parade

AFFORDABLE RETAIL FREEHOLD! Well presented retail premises offering a rare & affordable opportunity to acquire a property suitable for a variety of uses. Building of 86 sqm (approx) & land of 120 sqm (approx), the property offers scope to further enhance/develop (STCA). Rear lane access via Grandview Grove. Zoned Bus 1.

SECURE, SUN-FILLED & SINGLE LEVEL This delightful home includes 3 robed bedrooms (main with ensuite and WIR), open plan living and dining area overlooking rear garden, kitchen, gleaming bathroom, double garage with internal access and water tank.

Auction Inspect Contact

Friday 15th February at 1.00pm By Appointment Damian Wilson 0414 339 733

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Office 9497 3222 Tim Mitchell 0417 339 986

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 23rd February at 12.00pm Thu 3:30-4pm, Sat 1-1:30pm Greg Taylor 0409 090 611

ESR $510,000-$540,000 Office 9459 5666 | 9497 3222 Brad Pearce 0409 679 414

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IVANHOE EAST 9/25 Wilfred Road

IVANHOE 1 Oxford Court

LIFESTYLE & LOCATION - CAFES & PARKLAND Attractive villa in comfortable order throughout with scope to enhance if desired. Single lock up garage, courtyard garden and a brilliant position. Entrance hall, living / dining room, two bedrooms (BIR), bathroom, sep. WC, laundry and kitchen / meals area.

THE BEAUMONT ESTATE HAS A NEW NUMBER ONE The jewel in the crown; the landmark 1930s façade of this superlative 4BR and study residence conceals an entirely new family domain. Featuring formal sitting, lounge, dining, Smeg kitchen, 2 bathrooms, sunny entertainment area, auto gate, dbl garage.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 16th February at 11.00am Wed 5:15-5:45pm, Sat 10-10:30am Gordon Whale 0419 335 459

ESR $440,000-$475,000 Office 9497 3222 | 9459 5666 Peter Scott 0459 223 994

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For Sale Inspect Thu 5:15-5:45pm, Sat 1-1:30pm Contact Stewart Oldmeadow 0412 119 277

ESR $1,800,000-$1,890,000 Office 9497 3222 | 9459 5666 Damien Carter 0438 850 166

HEIDELBERG 36 Manton Street

HEIDELBERG 6/82-84 Mount Street

FIRST & FOREMOST, IT SIMPLY JUST FEELS GOOD! This superb 3 bedroom home is nestled on the preferred side of a ´local traffic´ street just metres to parkland. With an appealing retro style and scope to add your own touch; stroll to Heidelberg shopping, schools and trains set on a 603m2 (approx) allotment.

STYLISH, SECURE SINGLE-LEVEL & CENTRAL! Central and secure boasting huge sun-filled entertainment terrace, easy basement parking and video intercom entry; this spacious 2BR, 2 bathroom apartment presents the ideal lifestyle solution for a range of discerning buyers.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 23rd February at 12.00pm Thu 5.15-5.45pm, Sat 10-10.30am Peter Scott 0459 223 994

ESR $580,000-$620,000 Office 9497 3222 | 9459 5666 Paul Carbone 0418 541 169

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For Sale Inspect Wed 4:30-5pm, Sat 2-2:30pm Contact Greg Taylor 0409 090 611

ESR $460,000-$500,000 Office 9459 5666 | 9497 3222 Brad Pearce 0409 679 414

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EAGLEMONT 71 Silverdale Road

THE HEIGHT OF ALFRESCO ENTERTAINING An outstanding oasis; entertainers will be excited by the amazing garden surroundings of this 2BR home. Offers studio/bar, alfresco area, bungalow retreat, evap. cooling, gas heating, alarm, dining, living, stainless-steel appliances, carport.

SHOP & DWELLING! A classic art-deco building comprising shop and 3 bedroom dwelling situated in village style shopping strip hosting an abundance of charm and intrigue. Building area of 165 sqm (approx) with land area of 213 sqm (approx). On-site parking for 2 cars. Zoned Business 1.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 23rd February at 11.00am Sat 10-10:30am Peter Scott 0459 223 994

ESR $395,000-$430,000 Office 9497 3222 | 9459 5666 Sue Lacey 0412 898 202

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Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 23rd February at 11.00am By Appointment Tim Mitchell 0417 339 986

Office 9497 3222 Paul Evans 0408 144 181



HEIDELBERG WEST 8 Beatrice Avenue

HEIDELBERG WEST 1/45 Kolora Road

OPTIONS GALORE! Brick factory of 370 sqm (approx) in tightly held Industrial location with a land area of 580 sqm (approx). Tremendous scope to develop or further enhance (STCA). Suit owner-occupier or an affordable investment. Zoned Industrial 1. To be sold with Vacant Possession.

MOVE STRAIGHT IN! An affordable opportunity to occupy or invest in a highly sought after industrial location. Building area of 180 sqm (approx) offering full amenities, offices and mezzanine storage, 3 phase power and 2 on-site car spaces. Zoned Industrial 1. To be sold with Vacant Possession.

Auction Inspect Contact

Thursday 21st February at 1.00pm By Appointment Damian Wilson 0414 339 733

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Office 9497 3222 Tim Mitchell 0417 339 986

Auction Inspect Contact

Thursday 21st February at 3.00pm By Appointment Damian Wilson 0414 339 733

Office 9497 3222 Tim Mitchell 0417 339 986


Research 65 Ingrams Road Bennington Rise What a wonderful opportunity to have! A choice of four superb one-acre allotments (approx), all ready for you to create your dream family home. Delivering a perfectly tranquil hideaway scenario, they are within easy reach of Research´s shopping village, schools including Eltham College and a quick commute to Eltham. Take advantage of the generous proportions and let your imagination run free with an elegant new home set in expansive gardens, plenty of room the kids and their friends and maybe even a pool (stca).

Eltham / Greensborough / Doreen

Private Sale Inspect By Appointment Contact Rocco Montanaro 0412 379 171 Office 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431 2444 Web JANUARY 30, 2013 \ The weekly review 37

Lower Plenty 35 Rosehill Road Style And Scale In Superb Surrounds Serene, secluded and superbly spacious this architect designed home offering up to seven bedrooms and three living areas, provides accommodation that is rarely seen, and combines it with a floorplan that really works. An expansive deck and alfresco area overlooks a heated pool, tennis court and landscaped gardens within the 7284sqm allotment (approx). 4 car garage, double carport and cavernous under-house storage help keep the house clutter free. In one of Lower Plenty´s most sought after pockets, this is blue chip living in a blue chip address.

Eltham South 13 Yarra Braes Road Lifestyle Appeal With Unlimited Potential Nestled on 5 acres (approx) of lightly treed land, this much loved four bedroom home provides an incredibly rare opportunity to escape the pressures of everyday living and enjoy complete privacy just 5 minutes from the centre of Eltham. Ready to enjoy now and with plenty of space to put in a pool and a tennis court, it offers the option for a contemporary makeover of the original home. Alternatively it´s the perfect place to build your dream home for resort style living in serene surrounds (STCA).

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Saturday 16th February at 12pm Saturday 12:30 -1pm Graham Morrison 0417 101 997 Lucas Peressini 0458 016 868 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431 2444




Private Sale Inspect Saturday 1:30 - 2pm Contact Graham Morrison 0417 101 997 Contact Lucas Peressini 0458 016 868 Office 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431 2444 Web

Diamond Creek 23 Jacaranda Drive Brand New Home Ideally located in the prestigious Kingfisher Estate, bordering St Helena and Diamond Creek is this brand new home on 790m2 approx allotment set on the high side of the road. Surrounded by other quality homes and moments from St Helena Market Place, reputable schools such as St Helena Secondary College the Ring Road and Greensborough Plaza. This home offers hardwood floors , granite bench tops ,designer bathrooms ,3 living zones, heating & cooling & quality carpets. Other features include gas open fire place, security system and great alfresco area.

Doreen 9 Midland Road Beautifully Presented, Luxuriously Appointed This unique home captures the essence of Tuscany and underscores it with recycled red brick pavers, extensive stone walling, drought tolerant plantings, quality floor tiles, designer colors and plantation shutters. Built to a standard, not a price, the floorplan comprises four living areas, open plan gourmet kitchen, study, four bedrooms including main with luxury ensuite and balcony with ranges views and delightful alfresco. A must to inspect, it will suit a growing family that appreciates quality laidback living. Expressions of Interest; offers close Tuesday 19th February at 5pm

Eltham / Greensborough / Doreen




Private Sale Inspect Saturday 12:30 - 1pm Contact Rocco Montanaro 0412 379 171 Office 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431 2444 Web




Private Sale Inspect Saturday 12:30 - 1pm ESR $640,000 - $690,000 Contact Shane Leete 0419 118 302 Office 3/101 Hazel Glen Drive, Doreen 9717 8780 Web JANUARY 30, 2013 \ The weekly review 39

Greensborough 5 Banfield Terrace This classically inspired home is for those who demand a touch of modern elegance. Generously proportioned with a vast family living space, timber terrace, covered al fresco area and spa, four bedrooms, home office, formal living plus an upstairs retreat all providing ample living space.

Briar Hill 7 Aminya Place Private, serene and set in landscaped surrounds, this four bedroom home boasting three bathrooms and three living areas, is set between an award winning lagoon pool, decked spa and expansive paved alfresco to deliver an idyllic lifestyle indeed.

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Private Sale Price $635,000 Contact Leigh Maher 0400 663 599 Office 968 Road, Street 2/86Main Grimshaw Greensborough 9435 7666 Web propertyinprofile/7aminya


Private Sale Inspect Contact Contact Office Web

Diamond Creek 19 Cassinia Court This stylish 9 year old home is located in a peaceful court of quality homes, in the St Helena school zone, close to the St Helena shops. Full of character and warmth yet with a trendy use of timber and corrugated iron.





By Appointment Tristan Messerle 0438 176 416 Sarah Pattison 0433 034 828 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431 2444





Private Sale Inspect Saturday 11:30am - 12pm Contact Gayle Blackwood 0408 776 070 Office 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431 2444 Web

Montmorency 21 Price Avenue Situated in one of Montmorency´s coveted cul-de-sac´s and within easy walking distance to Were St shops finds this near level 745 sqm (approx) allotment ready build a new stunning residence (STCA).

Private Sale ESR Contact Contact Office Web

Eltham 1/1256 Main Road This high quality, low maintenance home offers three living areas and three bedrooms including main with ensuite on the lower level. With a very generous decked al fresco and large lawn area set in landscaped surrounds it delivers stylish living with effortless indoor outdoor ease.

Eltham / Greensborough / Doreen

Eltham North 33 Dandallo Drive $550,000 - $600,000 Peter Kleeman 0419 002 103 Graham Morrison 0417 101 997 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431 2444





Private Sale Inspect Saturday 11:30am - 12pm Contact Marilyn McGibbon 0411 559 088 Office 2/86 Grimshaw Street, Greensborough 9435 7666 Web propertyinprofile/1of1256main

With 3 bedrooms (main with spa ensuite), 4 living areas, study & formal dining combining perfectly with an expansive decked alfresco & large paved precinct in the rear yard, your family will love having room to spread out in the generously proportioned spaces on offer in this substantial home.


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Doreen 38 Sparrowhawk Road This as new home in the heart of Laurimar is located opposite parklands, seconds from walking tracks along waterways and a short stroll to school and the village. With three living rooms, outdoor precinct with pizza oven, mancave and gourmet kitchen it will delight with its design and dimensions.




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By Appointment $480,000 - $530,000 Christian Marchetti 0400 233 946 3/101 Hazel Glen Drive, Doreen 9717 8780 JANUARY 30, 2013 \ The weekly review 41

IVANHOE 1-7 / 12 Noel Street Designer Town Living In The Heart Of Ivanhoe Situated within a short stroll to the Ivanhoe shopping precinct are these 7 brand new designer townhouses, each with an unmatched combination of sublime quality and enhanced functionality, boasting remarkable outdoor spaces and internal living areas designed for entertaining with bi-fold doors facilitating the integration of indoor/outdoor living, amazing views and north-facing, naturally lit living zones. Options are endless including modern stone bench tops, stainless steel appliances, polished timber floors, massive bedrooms with WIRs (master with en-suite), heating, refrigerated cooling, alarm, and ample car accommodation. It has been years since a development such as this has given purchasers the opportunity to walk to some of the finest local cafes, parks, quality schools and of course Zone 1 trains. 42 The weekly review \ JANUARY 30, 2013


$690,000 Plus


Wednesday 5:15 - 5:45pm & Saturday 11:15 - 11:45am Photo ID required


Aaron Silluzio 0414 422 299 Dallas Mayne 0422 084 418 Ivanhoe Office 9499 7992

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IVANHOE 55 Ivanhoe Parade C1910 Edwardian With Timeless Appeal In Prized Location Immediately inviting with prime Ivanhoe position, this property offers a delightful blend of modern comfort and classic period features on 745m2 (approx). The home provides an arched hallway leading to 3 bedrooms (2 with OFP and 1 with BIR), a large lounge or 4th bedroom (OFP, A/C & BIR), family bathroom (claw foot bath & separate shower), laundry, additional bathroom, open plan kitchen with dining area, family room, box-bay window and garden aspect. The rear garden includes an undercover pergola. Featuring polished timber floors, high ceilings, air-conditioning and hydronic heating, the property is within walking distance to restaurants, cafes, parks, schools, and easy access to Austin/Mercy Hospitals.

Saturday 23rd February at 1:00pm PRICE GUIDE

$1.2M - $1.3M


Wednesday 6:00 - 6:30pm & Saturday 12:00 - 12:30pm Photo ID required


Aaron Silluzio 0414 422 299 Ivanhoe Office 9499 7992

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ELTHAM 16 Woodridge Court A True Family Jewel! This stunning one-owner home, on nearly 1100m2 (approx.), is in one of Eltham´s premier streets and is set in a peaceful, treed environment. The property comprises 4 bedrooms plus study, spacious timber kitchen, separate lounge (OFP), dining, family / meals and rumpus. Outside provides a double garage, large under-house workshop / storage area, paved entertaining area, spa and a flat back yard. Features include ducted heating, evaporative cooling, ducted vacuum, soaring timber lined cathedral ceilings, rainwater tanks, alarm, plus rear access and additional off street parking for cars / boats etc. Also, the property is situated just minutes from Eltham´s shops, public transport and schools! A true family jewel - hurry! 44 The weekly review \ JANUARY 30, 2013

Tue 26th February at 6:00pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE

$800,000 - $880,000


Thursday 6:00 - 6:30pm & Saturday 12:30 - 1:00pm Photo ID required


John Haley 0417 352 312 Aaron Yeats 0400 067 024 Eltham Office 9431 1222

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RESEARCH 7 Marconi Court A Compelling Property Package! Built to exacting standards by the owner’s son and meticulously maintained, this property offers stunning tree-top views, wide open spaces within the 1 acre (approx.) block and beyond, blissful serenity, a flowing floor plan, plus the benefit of years of immaculate care and presentation by the proud owners. Situated at the top of the court, the home features 3 large bedrooms (main with WIR & en-suite), lounge (OFP), dining room, expansive timber kitchen, family room, rumpus, large attic (potential for 4th bedroom/study), double garage, solar heated IG pool with extensive decking, large open back yard, GDH, evap cooling, ducted vacuum, built-in BBQ, new carpets plus extra off street parking. Public transport, shops and schools (such as Research Primary School & Eltham College) are just moments away.

Tue 26th February at 6:00pm (unless sold prior) INSPECT

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John Haley 0417 352 312 Aaron Yeats 0400 067 024 Eltham Office 9431 1222

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MONTMORENCY 198 Sherbourne Road Approved Permit for 8 Townhouses! Land Size 2,542sqm (approx) This sensational development offers the successful purchaser the opportunity to construct 8 townhouses all within walking distance to Eltham´s commercial hub in Bridge Street. The permit allows for 6 x 3 bedroom and 2 x 2 bedroom townhouses all designed for ease of construction and up-to-date living and design style for the end user. Make this your future money maker - call today!

Tue 26th February at 6:00pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE

$1,150,000 - $1,250,000


Saturday 1:30 - 2:00pm Photo ID required


Aaron Silluzio 0414 422 299 Tom Kurtschenko 0417 502 944 Ivanhoe Office 9499 7992

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ELTHAM 13 Barriedale Court So Much Space - Endless Possibilities This superb family home, in quiet leafy surrounds, offers spacious accommodation including open-plan kitchen/dining, lounge with private balcony, family room with bi-fold doors leading to the vast covered alfresco, 4 bedrooms (main with en-suite), plus family bathroom. The downstairs rumpus, adjoining gym (with en-suite), and bedroom would be ideal for a home business/retreat/in-law accommodation - with separate entrance and excellent proportions. Outside features a sparkling in-ground pool/spa, fabulous entertaining area and contemporary landscaping. Extras include ducted heating/cooling/vacuum, stainless steel appliances, timber floors, water tanks, two sheds, and double carport. Situated close to Eltham shops, train, bus, and schools.

4 Tue 19th February at 6:00pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE

$750,000 - $825,000


Wednesday 7:00 - 7:30pm & Saturday 12:30 - 1:00pm Photo ID required


Tom Kurtschenko 0417 502 944 Romeo Rigoni 0412 126 646 Eltham Office 9431 1222

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HEIDELBERG 1/79 Brown Street Stroll To Everything With Pleasant Tree-top Outlook! Abundant natural northern light floods this bright and spacious townhouse, superbly located to all that is convenient in Heidelberg. Set over three levels, features include generous bedrooms with robes, sunlit living, an updated kitchen with glorious view and European appliances, meals area and internal access from garage and workshop. Nestled in a garden-fringed block of only four and enjoying gas ducted heating, air-conditioner, separate laundry and near maintenance free lifestyle, this coveted central position is very convenient to Burgundy Street shopping and cafes, parklands, schools and hospitals. An ideal low maintenance home, sound investment or suitable downsizing option, this property needs to be inspected to be appreciated.

3 Saturday 16th February at 12:30pm PRICE GUIDE

$460,000 - $500,000


Thursday 5:00 - 5:30pm & Saturday 11:30 - 12:00pm Photo ID required


Thomas Bechelli 0413 181 461 Matthew Crick 0430 336 564 Rosanna Office 9459 8111

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MACLEOD 16 Moorwatha Street Super Affordable with Great bones on Elevated Corner Block 616m2 (approx) This elevated 1950´s home lends itself for future family greatness with excellent bones to enhance and mould into your own family haven. Offering formal lounge, separate dining room, generous robed bedrooms (main with en-suite) plus study/fourth bedroom, creature comforts include gas heating, air-conditioning, drive-through carport and garage. Set on a corner allotment of 616m2 (approx), and close to quality schooling, public transport, parklands and shopping, this is an opportunity not to be missed.

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$470,000 - $510,000


Thursday 6:00- 6:30pm & Saturday 2:30 - 3:00pm Photo ID required


Thomas Bechelli 0413 181 461 Rosanna Office 9459 8111

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MACLEOD 48 Jacka Street Renovated, Sophisticated Family Surprise With an inspired renovation and extension focused on entertaining and capturing natural light, this spacious family home offers an excellent lifestyle in the coveted Victoria Cross estate. Open plan living with meals steps down to large family area which opens onto the Merbau deck through bi-fold doors, enjoying the private and secure rear yard. Features include beautiful polished floorboards, high ceilings, open fireplace and jet master feature heater in the family room, fitted study, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, plus under-house storage. Less than 500m and an easy walk to the train station, shops, parks, quality schools and La Trobe Uni, this is an excellent family haven to eliminate the family squeeze.

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$640,000 - $695,000


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Thomas Bechelli 0413 181 461 Rosanna Office 9459 8111

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MONTMORENCY 49 Napier Crescent Tree Top Comfort and Tranquility! A convenient location, a tranquil environment and a comfortable home awaits! This BV residence, set on approximately 752m2, comprises three bedrooms (master with en-suite), spacious L-shaped lounge opening to balcony, timber kitchen with stainless steel appliances, double lock up garage and north-facing tiered back yard. Features include gas ducted heating, refrigerated cooling, new carpets, 3 phase power, auto pop-up sprinkler system, ample under-house storage, and stunning tree top views. Plus, the home is just minutes from Were Street shops, public transport and schools, with access to Kirwana Reserve from the rear of the property. Be very quick to inspect!

3 Tue 12th February at 6:00pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE

$530,000 - $570,000


Saturday 10:45 - 11:15am Photo ID required


John Haley 0417 352 312 Aaron Yeats 0400 067 024 Eltham Office 9431 1222

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H’BERG WEST 375 Liberty Pde Avail NOW $280PW 3BR, split/s, central bathroom, kitchen, sep laundry. Contact Jaclyn HEIDELBERG 6/49 Hawdon St Avail NOW $295PW 2BR unit, lounge, meals, bathroom/laundry & OSP. Contact Louise ELTHAM NORTH 2/336 St Helena Rd Avail Jan 31 $300PW Renov 2BR, lounge, meals, A/C, D/H, single garage. Contact Sarah ELTHAM NORTH 4/36 Livingstone RdAvail NOW $300PW 2BR, robes, study, living, meals/family, A/C, D/H, c/yard. Contact Di MONTMORENCY 19A Graeme Ave Avail NOW $330PW 2BR home, kitchen/dining, lounge, A/C & 2 carports. Contact Sarah HEIDELBERG 402/8 Martin St Avail NOW $330PW 1BR apt, robes, lounge/living, kitchen, A/C, heating. Contact Louise DOREEN 3 Dunraven Cres Avail NOW $335PW New 4BR, meals/family, living, D/H, A/C, garage. Contact Amanda DOREEN 30 Dargo Cres Avail NOW $340PW 3BR, ensuite, robes, family, D/H, double garage. Contact Amanda LOWER PLENTY 5/12 Kett St Avail NOW $350PW 2BR, living/dining, kitchen/meals, D/H, A/C and garage. Contact Di DOREEN 27 Collingrove Cres Avail NOW $350PW 3BR, kitchen, meals/family, D/H, A/C, dbl garage. Contact Amanda VIEWBANK 83 Warren Rd Avail NOW $350PW 3BR, lounge, heating, meals, family & carport, OSP. Contact Bill.D DOREEN 4 Markdale Ave Avail NOW $355PW 4BR, 2 living, D/W, s/s appl. D/H, cooling, garage. Contact Amanda GREENSBOROUGH 2/8 Poulter Ave Avail NOW $355PW 2BR, living, A/C, kitchen/meals, D/H & single garage. Contact Bill.D ELTHAM 2/2 Frank St Avail NOW $360PW 2BR, meals/family, renov bathroom, D/H & garage. Contact Sarah ALPHINGTON 4/14 Yarralea St Avail NOW $360PW 2BR unit, renov kitchen, lounge/dining, A/C & OSP. Contact Zenya

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ROSANNA 1/30 St Andrews Ave Avail NOW $360PW 3BR, open lounge/dining, heat/cooling and carport. Contact Louise ELTHAM 1/83 Park Rd Avail NOW $360PW 3BR unit, dining, lounge, D/H, A/C, garage. No Pets. Contact Bill.D BULLEEN 15 Mangan St Avail Feb 9 $370PW 3BR, lounge/dining, A/C, D/W, dryer, shed & OSP. Contact Louise H’BERG H 2/105 Outhwaite Rd Avail NOW $385PW New 2BR, kitchen, living, heat/cooling and alfresco. Contact Louise GREENSBOROUGH 74 Henry St Avail NOW $390PW 3BR, living, meals, D/W, A/C, dbl and single garage. Contact Sarah H’BERG HEIGHTS 1/71 Lloyd St Avail NOW $390PW T/house, living, meals, s/s appl. D/W, D/H, garage. Contact Zenya DOREEN 37 Waterway Blvd Avail NOW $400PW 4BR home, family, lounge, alarm, D/H & garage. Contact Amanda HEIDELBERG 307/8 Martin St Avail NOW $400PW 2BR, lounge/dining, A/C, heating, u/ground parking. Contact Zenya MONTMORENCY 58 Kirwana Gr Avail NOW $420PW 3BR, lounge/dining, meals, D/H, A/C, single carport. Contact Sarah ST HELENA 23 Yaralla Cres Avail NOW $420PW 3BR, lounge, meals, dining, D/W, heater,dbl carport. Contact Sarah ROSANNA 5 Invermay Gr Avail NOW $430PW Renov 3BR, lounge, D/W, D/H & A/C. Lawns incl. Contact Meaghan ELTHAM 1/19 Souter St Avail NOW $450PW 3BR, D/H, A/C, living, kitchen/meals, D/W & dbl garage. Contact Di VIEWBANK 9 Toumlin Gr Avail NOW $450PW 3BR, living, kitchen/meals, sunroom, D/H, A/C, garage. Contact Di IVANHOE 3/40 Magnolia St Avail NOW $470PW 3BR, lounge, meals/dining, D/H, alarm and garage. Contact Zenya IVANHOE 67 Bond St Avail NOW $750PW 4BR, lounge, dining, kitchen, rumpus, D/H, garage. Contact Zenya

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HEIDELBERG 104 Mount St Avail NOW 60-400sqm (approx) office space. D/H, cooling, parking, kitchen. Avail 12-18 months. Rental is plus GST & outgoings. Contact Bill.S IVANHOE 18 28 38 Avail Jan 1 2014 New development ideal for retail. 6 ground floor shops 67-540sqm (approx), in a new apt complex, basement parking. Contact Bill.S WATSONIA 2F Lambourn Rd Avail NOW $16,678PA Quality shop 73sqm (approx), toilet and wash basin area, A/C, alarm system & parking. Rental figure excludes GST. Contact Bill.S BUNDOORA 25/9 Mirra Crt Avail Apr 30 $17,000PA Near new factory/warehouse, 220sqm approx. kitchenette, alarm & x2 parking. Rental figure excludes GST & outgoings. Contact Bill.S WATSONIA 2A Lambourn Rd Avail NOW $18,000PA Office suite, 65sqm (approx), reception, storage, heating, cooling & OSP. Figure includes outgoings and excludes GST. Contact Bill.S MACLEOD 38 Springthorpe Blvd Avail NOW $18,500PA Approx 80sqm shop opposite Springthorpe CC, outdoor area, toilet, parking. Figure excludes GST and outgoings. Contact Bill.S MACLEOD 34 Springthorpe Blvd Avail NOW $22,000PA Modern shop front, 74sqm (approx) floor space, outdoor seating area & customer parking. Long term lease available. Contact Bill.S ELTHAM 5/8-10 Arthur St Avail NOW $24,000PA Retail shop 63sqm (approx.) with kitchette/lunchroom area & ample customer parking. Rental figure includes outgoings. Contact Bill.S DIAMOND CREEK 32 Chute St Avail NOW $43,443PA Large retail showroom, rear storage/delivery, roller door, ample parking, Rental figure excludes GST and outgoings. Contact Bill.S ALPHINGTON 3 Abbott St Avail NOW 518sqm approx. 12 offices, warehouse, boardroom, mezzanine and server room. Figure excludes GST & outgoings. Contact Bill.S

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WOW! 7 Acres Close To Schools, Shops & Train. Here’s a great opportunity to live close to shops, schools and public transport yet enjoy peace & privacy in a tranquil rural setting. With mains water, the gently sloping land enjoys picturesque valley views directly to the North. PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$740,000 - $790,000 Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm Photo ID required Peter Koiker 0418 382 959 Justin Booth 0417 034 369

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DIAMOND CREEK 145 Everleigh Drive

New Year, New Home, New Adventure You’ll love the space and excitement of this new home. Generous living areas, rumpus, alfresco, hardwood flooring, evap cooling & more. Close to train, schools & shops. Just a few weeks from completion, be quick! PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

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$695,000 Saturday 11.00 - 11.30AM Photo ID required Peter Koiker 0418 382 959 Justin Booth 0417 034 369

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SpaciOuS, wELcOmiNg aNd wELL-LOcatEd This comfortable Californian bungalow in one of Ivanhoe’s best Fairy Hills addresses, is located close to schools, Ivanhoe Village and transport. It offers 3 bedrooms, fitted study, vast living/dining zone flowing to deck with sweeping views over deep garden, well-fitted kitchen, 2 bathrooms, plus period detail, heating and cooling.

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EaGLEMONT 53 Glenard Drive




TraNquiL aNd SpaciOuS wiTh parkLaNd viEwS This expansive residence presents a rare opportunity to live in Burley Griffin’s acclaimed Glenard Estate, adjoining Yarra Flats Park and with private parkland at the rear. The light-filled property offers separate living and dining, 4 bedrooms, vast informal living, large kitchen, 2 bathrooms, with parking and mature gardens.

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Sat 16 Feb at 12 pm Thurs 6-6.30 pm & Sat 1-1.30 pm $950,000-$1.05 m 146 Upper Heidelberg Rd, Ivanhoe | 9490 2900 Annalise Newell 0402 937 607 David Oster 0418 800 120

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ELEGaNT cONTEMpOrary LiNES, ExcEpTiONaL GardEN SETTiNG This crisply-styled residence with magazine-featured landscaped courtyard and garden offers expansive living and dining, superb 2-zone kitchen, 3 bedrooms (ensuite to main), upper level retreat, study, stylish second bathroom, plus vast fitted studio/garage, close to the Yarra, Alphington Park and primary school.

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Ivanhoe 308/3 Kiernan Avenue Slip Into Something Stylish And Central Beautifully spacious with an air of elegance, this superb 3rd floor apartment offers ultra convenient living with magnificent sweeping vistas across the Dandenongs. Exceptional quality & luxury appointments feature throughout open plan lounge/dining, imperite gourmet kitchen with Miele appliances opening to entertainer’s balcony with sublime views. Accommodation includes 2 generous bedrooms sharing an intimate balcony, (main with walk in robe & deluxe ensuite), resort style family bathroom & private retreat/study. Quality extras include euro laundry, parquetry floors, htg/cool, 2 car bays, secure intercom and storage cage. On the doorstep of Ivanhoe Central. 54 The weekly review \ JANUARY 30, 2013

> VIEW Thurs 4.00 - 4.30pm & Sat 11.00 - 11.30am > AUCTION Sat 23rd February - 2.30pm > MEL REF 20 / E6

$730,000 - $790,000 Ivanhoe 171 Upper Heidelberg Rd > TEL 9499 5611 Greensborough 106 Grimshaw St > TEL 9432 1988 > CONTACT Mark Dixon 0423 395 699 Christopher Macey 0411 330 311 > EPR > OFFICE

Macleod 60 Strathallan Road A Dual Address That Ensures Success Offering 2 residences on the one title on corner allotment. The original home offers large living, separate dining with kitchen, 2 bedrooms, central bathroom & low maintenance courtyard. The 2nd residence is approx 4 yrs old comprising 2 bedrooms spacious lounge/dining, designer kitchen, designer bathroom, ensuite & balcony overlooking the sparkling in-ground pool, double garage with storage room & tropical gardens. Options to connect the 2 residences via internal wall to create one large luxury residence perfect for extended family or subdivide the land (STCA) for future capital growth are awaiting the purchaser. All close to schools, transport & Macleod Village.

800 (approx) > VIEW Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm or by private appointment > AUCTION Sat 23rd February - 11.00am > MEL REF 20 / C7

$750,000 - $800,000 Ivanhoe 171 Upper Heidelberg Rd > TEL 9499 5611 Greensborough 106 Grimshaw St > TEL 9432 1988 > CONTACT Carmel Puttyfoot 0408 173 822 Christopher Macey 0411 330 311 > EPR > OFFICE JANUARY 30, 2013 \ The weekly review 55

Rosanna 30 Berrima Road Stylish New Home This cutting edge home provides contemporary luxury & benefits from loads of natural northerly light through the property. The thoughtful floor plan is well designed with 3 large bedrooms with built in robes, 2 sparkling bathrooms & additional powder room. The chef’s kitchen has SMEG appliances, stone bench tops overlooking the courtyard plus living dining areas making it perfect for entertaining. Positioned high on the hill to take advantage of distant views & lifestyle opportunities & minutes from the shopping centre, schools & train station. Also includes split system heating/ cooling & separate garage with loads of storage room.

Thurs 5.00 - 5.30pm & Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm Sat 23rd February - 1.00pm 32 / B1 $500,000 - $550,000 Ivanhoe 171 Upper Heidelberg Rd > TEL 9499 5611 Greensborough 106 Grimshaw St > TEL 9432 1988 > CONTACT Walter Ortner 0412 371 899 Trevor Gange 0418 533 522 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE

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Situations Vacant SALESPERSON Grocery Industry Hindustan Imports is a wholesaler of international grocery products. We require a Salesperson to fill a full time position. Responsibilities include: . maintaining existing customer accounts; . dealing with all aspects of customer queries; . visiting new and prospective customers to promote sales; and . researching changing trends of the industry. Applicants should: . have sound grocery industry experience; . have a valid Driver Licence; and . be computer literate. Good remuneration and a company vehicle available for the right candidate.

Please send resumes to: Hindustan Imports & Exports Pty Ltd 50 Greens Road Dandenong South, Vic, 3175 Fax: 9706 8140 Email: G5702520



Training is held in Hawthorn in our stateof-the-art ‘virtual pharmacy’ environment and is only $595. Registrations close Friday 1st February 2013

For further information or call 03 9810 9988

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Create and design a stunning wall mural using hand made tiles. This class will focus on mosaics, using glass, ceramic tiles and hand made tiles. We will also include some 3D sculpture.

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