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id you pay or did you get it for free? It’s the declaration those who went to university all have to make now before entering the vexed discussion of changes to university fees and the deregulation of charges. The declaration, one way or another, contextualises all the resentment or sangfroid, the anger or pragmatism about what changes in education for our country when you make a policy shift as big as this. I got it for free. Four years and an honours degree at one of the best universities in the country, after just scraping in with a year 12 score that was right at the cut-off. Yes, I know – should have studied more and hung out with friends less. Woulda, coulda. I still think this degree gave me the foundation for pretty much everything I’ve been able to achieve in my working life since. Free tertiary education was the bipartisan vision of this country for a very long time until Labor introduced fees (something we now know the federal Treasurer was moved to protest about in his uni days). Menzies’ Commonwealth scholarships and Whitlam’s abolition of tertiary fees and creation of tertiary assistance reflected a recognition that the lucky country had to also get smart: that prosperity would be built on education for all. Interestingly, despite Joe Hockey and others’ youthful protests, few would argue now against the principle

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Cover Story HARI RAJ meets Olympic diver turned cabaret artist Matthew Mitcham

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or someone who has spent much of his life in very visible forms of free fall, Matthew Mitcham has an admirable surfeit of confidence. There he is on the bottom of the next page, performing a minor feat of gymnastics while clad in scarcely more material than the average tea towel; suffice to say he is used to the public eye. When we talk, Mitcham sounds like someone in the tender thrall of a caffeine transfusion, which is unusual given that he’s only just emerged from a session in the pool. Now a senior member of Australia’s dive team, he is deep in preparation for July’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. He is also enrolled at the University of Sydney, where he is in the process of completing a bachelor’s degree in arts and sciences with a major in linguistics. And, if that’s not enough, he’s also rehearsing for his cabaret show, which is making its Victorian debut at the upcoming Melbourne Cabaret Festival. The last bloke with this much on his shoulders went by the name of Atlas. “I want to have all of my cakes and eat them,” Mitcham says, laughing but swiftly turning serious. “I’m not quite ready to give up diving, but I’m also not prepared to put all of my life on hold until I finish diving, because then I think it would be too late to get started. I’m just doing as much as I think I’m able to do without burning myself out.” Not that Mitcham doesn’t know his limits – he had originally started uni life with a couple of blow-off subjects like molecular biology and genetics, but time in the lab meant too much time out of the pool. “I’ve always liked languages – actually, I think the deciding factor was that I quite epically failed the junior maths required to go into second-year science,” he says. Still, the Mitcham method for avoiding burnout involves waking up at 5am for his first training session, squeezing university work and stage or vocal rehearsals into the morning or early afternoon, and then another three-hour training session in the evening. Things are a little calmer now that preparations for the cabaret have been completed. Mitcham spent six days a week working on the show over the Christmas period after completing a tremendously successful crowdfunding campaign. He had set out to raise $3500, but ended up with $11,497; people clearly wanted to see this come to fruition. “I think that was a testament to the wonderful amount of support that I’ve got around the world,” Mitcham says. “Yes, it was a huge surprise, and it was hugely humbling. I think we’ve actually put together something really amazing with all of their help.” Matthew Mitcham OAM was born in 1988 in Brisbane. He never knew his father growing up, and had a complicated relationship with his mother; much of his time was spent in the company of a second-hand trampoline. A world junior trampoline champion, he was later spotted horsing around at a local pool by a scout who recognised his talent for diving. He juggled the two disciplines for a time, choosing the latter because it was an Olympic sport. Mitcham came out in an interview during the build-up to the 2008 Beijing Olympics. While the world alternately fussed about and applauded his honesty regarding his sexuality, Mitcham focused on becoming the first man ever to receive perfect-10 scores from four judges – and the highest single-dive score in Olympic history – on his way to claiming a gold medal. “After going through my teenage years not being entirely

comfortable with my identity, [I got to a point] where I didn’t want to feel that unease any more. I wanted to present myself more authentically, so I made this conscious decision as an 18-year-old to be really upfront and honest with everybody,” he says. “That then followed on into the public eye; the first big example was when I was profiled by a journalist leading into the Beijing Olympics. She asked me the question of who I lived with, and I answered it honestly, effectively coming out to the world just because I wanted to honour that authenticity and I wanted to be myself.” His profile soared at home and abroad, aided by his charm and affability. He continued to compete and represented Australia at the 2012 London Olympics, where he failed to qualify for the finals. He had had a run of injuries – including spinal stress fractures – that affected his form, but few people suspected he was dealing with a lot more until the release of his memoir. In Twists and Turns, published in 2012, Mitcham revealed that in his youth he had struggled with depression and substance abuse. These turned out to be recurring; in 2011 he started using methamphetamine, eventually overcoming his addiction with the help of Narcotics Anonymous and his family and friends. He has been nothing but open about his experiences, from being a young man who wore a rubber band around his wrist, just so he could snap it when he thought of boys, to self-harm that he says came out of shame. His cabaret show is based on his autobiography, its content indelibly intertwined with his personality. “I don’t really know anything about anything except myself, so the show is basically my story, but I use that story as a vehicle to talk about things that don’t get spoken about enough – my history of depression and how that partly manifested in my life through drug abuse and drug addiction,” Mitcham says.

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ut it’s not all doom and gloom, he wants potential audiences to know. There are trampolines and ukuleles and Speedos, all the things that make him who he is, including his turbulent and frequently hilarious relationship with his mother – whom he affectionately dubs “totally bonkers”. We’ll avoid spoilers for the uninitiated, but accompanying him to Brisbane’s gay bars as a teenager is one of their least interesting escapades. “My mum loves it!” he says of her reaction. “I don’t think there were any revelations to any of the people who are close to me. But I normally hang around and talk to people after the show and they can’t believe the lunacy of some of the stuff that mum and I did when I was a child.” There are obvious merits to being open and honest about mental health and substance abuse issues. But reliving them over and over, committing them not just to perpetuity on page but also performances on stage, would seem to be a particularly jaunty form of waterboarding. Mitcham, however, feels the process is therapeutic. “It’s been a wonderful part of my recovery, actually,” he says. “During the couple of months that I was working really intensely on adapting this, I was coming home at the end of the day pretty cranky, actually, and I couldn’t figure out what it was. “It was my partner that helped me realise that I was spending all day immersed in what I felt were a lot of my faulty behaviours, my history that I was not very proud of.

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“That realisation helped me turn it around and go, yes, drugs and alcohol are still part of my life every day, but now they’re in my life in a positive way because I’m speaking about this stuff. I’m helping other people, making it easier for other people to talk about these things, and I’m educating people, so it’s actually having a really positive effect on my life and other people’s lives as well.” Mitcham has called himself a “show pony” in the past, and trots out the description once again here. He says that element to his personality has always been there, and it manifests itself when he knows all eyes are on him. “The more prestigious the event, the more intense the pressure was, the better I seemed to perform because I thrive on the adrenalin. Transferring it to stage was hard, but not as hard as it might have been without that showmanship,” he says. “It only took me a few days, three or four shows, before I started feeling comfortable enough to deviate from the script, to be a bit looser. By the time we got to the end of Perth Fringe World, I didn’t use the script any more; we just use the key points and deliver it however it comes out.” So every show might be different and people should go see it multiple times? Mitcham isn’t just in furious agreement, he says it has given him a taste for performing that may define his life after swimming. “Whether it’s stage, radio, television, or all of the above, a career in the entertainment industry is definitely where I want to go,” he says. “Uni is just a plan B in case something happens and that dream doesn’t come through, but it’s what I’m working towards.” Throughout our conversation, Mitcham peppers his speech with the word “actually”. It’s almost as if he’s reminding himself and the people who have drawn strength from his story that these things happened, that they are happening and will continue to do so. Just like a successful dive, it’s the difference between a leap of faith and a controlled descent, falling so he can climb back onto the board. “I put myself back in that mindset of when I was at my rock bottom, and the reason why I suffered through this stuff for so long had to do with the profound shame I felt. I realised after getting sober that I didn’t need to feel that way,” Mitcham says. “The more you talk about things, the more it breaks down stigma and gets the message out that there is no need to feel shame. Stuff happens, and shame isn’t helpful – the shame only stops you from getting the help that you need.” \ hraj@theweeklyreview.com.au

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ustralian skiers colonised Niseko on Japan’s north island long ago (it’s been likened to Bali on ice), but it took my family a little while to catch up. Now we’re hooked: pillowy soft snow, kilometres of groomed ski runs and off-piste opportunities for my bolder snowboarding partner and our skiing offspring. Niseko is a sensational starting place for a skiing discovery of Japan. You don’t need to speak Japanese – although it’s loads of fun with kids and phone apps (and very much appreciated by the locals) when you do give it a go. There are places to experience Japanese cuisine and culture, and places that choose to ignore it. Ski and snowboard hire and lessons are readily available. Located on Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost island, the region’s low altitude and superb powder

snow attract skiers from around the world. There are four main ski resorts, all readily accessed via a lift system that begins in picturesque Niseko Village. Enclosed gondolas service the major runs, while open chairs are a refreshing outdoor experience in minus 8 degrees. According to self-styled Australian experts running ski tours to Japan, Niseko is a bit “yesterday”. Hakuba on Honshu, Japan’s main island, is the next big player as far as Australian skiers are concerned. It has slightly steeper terrain. Ski resorts are spread across both islands, but the larger ones becoming popular with Australians include Rusutsu and Furano in the north and Nozawa Onsen and Shiga Kogen in the south. \ ltolra@theweeklyreview.com.au

Getaway \ Leanne tolra skis in japan This ancient estate on the former visit grounds of Edo Castle, where Japan’s imperial family still lives, makes a great diversion en route to or from the ski-fields. Just a short walk from Tokyo Station, it’s an ideal place to begin a cultural exploration. Elaborate gardens are surrounded by moats and massive stone walls. The outer palace grounds and the picturesque East Gardens are open to the public all year, while the inner palace grounds are open without guided tours on January 2 (New Year’s Greeting) or December 23 (the emperor’s birthday).

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WORKSHOP SOLSTICE LANTERNS A series of free lantern-making workshops will run in the lead-up to the winter solstice. The Sunday workshops are presented by Sanctum Theatre, a visual

performance ensemble producing folk theatre in everyday spaces. Families are invited to get involved, with participants learning to make sculptural lanterns with master puppet maker Lachlan Plain. The workshops will culminate in a parade at Montsalvat’s winter solstice bonfire and celebration on June 21. Places are limited, and children must be accompanied by an adult. Refreshments provided by donation. ■ June 8 and 15, noon-4pm. Living & Learning Nillumbik, 739 Main Road, Eltham. Communal food/wine by $5 donation. Bookings: lachlan@sanctumtheatre.org TECH BUNDOORA COMPUTER SWAP MEET Technology and computer markets or “swap meets” are a great place to shop and pick up a bargain. The Bundoora Computer Market is held on the first Saturday of each month, featuring a host of retailers, wholesalers, importers and even home-based businesses eager to wheel and deal. You’ll find everything from inks and toners to new and used computers, laptops, routers, cables, games, software, mobile phones and accessories. There is

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ife could have been very different for Whitefriars College principal John Finn. Soon after starting his first teaching job, he was performing with a theatre group and was promptly approached about a role with the Melbourne Theatre Company. But he chose teaching and has never looked back. “Who knows what would have happened?” he reflects. “I’m glad I didn’t [go]. Every year of my professional career has been better, right through.” The theatre’s loss was definitely education’s gain. Finn has spent his adult life working to maintain and improve teaching standards and methods. As Whitefriars’ first lay principal, he is working to ensure its already excellent reputation in the Carmelite tradition is enhanced. As a child, the world was Finn’s oyster. One of seven siblings, he attended St Paul’s Primary School in Bentleigh and De La Salle College. He performed well academically and in sport, playing basketball and football and winning a junior state sprinting final. Finn did not consider being a teacher while at school, but a seed had been sown in primary school. “I had a lot of very good teachers,” he says. “They obviously connected well with the students.” Being part of a big family also taught Finn to share and negotiate. The seven children initially shared two bedrooms and the family had one car but they survived and were close. “We got on really well,” he says. Finn studied science at Monash University with a view to moving into medicine. But inspired by several friends studying education, he decided to teach and ended up with a degree in science and a teaching degree from the Australian Catholic University. It was also a good personal move because he studied with his future wife, Mary, at ACU. Mary now teaches

at De La Salle, which was the brother school to her high school, the now-closed Kildara Convent Secondary College. They have two children, Ned, 28, a lawyer, and Matilda, 16, who is in year 11. Finn’s first teaching job in the early 1980s was also at De La Salle, which saw him work with most of his old teachers. “I remember walking into the staffroom thinking, do I call you Mr or do I call you by your first name?” he says. But there were no nerves and teaching came naturally. “It was magic,” he says. “You prepare as well as you think you can and then the moment takes over and when you’re in the moment you have this wonderful experience of actually being part of the learning group. That’s what captured me.” After eight years and rising to head of learning and teaching, at just 29 Finn became deputy principal of St James College in Bentleigh East, where he stayed for four years. He then returned to De La Salle for six years as head of its Tiverton campus, which was then years 4 to 10. It was an exciting time in education and Finn helped implement changes based on a better understanding of how boys work, including a student-driven mission statement outlining their rights and responsibilities as part of the school community. Finn enjoyed school but recognises that in the 1970s there was much less emphasis on individuals and boys’ specific educational needs. “The students of today get a much … broader experience,” he says. “The opportunities are much greater today. Teachers understand the psychology of students much better. They realise that there’s no one way that every student learns. When I was at school there was one way to learn.”

The right choice: Whitefriars College principal John Finn. (Stephen McKenzie)

Finn then spent 10 years as head of Xavier College’s Kostka Hall campus, where he oversaw the expansion of its program to include an early learning centre and grades 1 to 4. Previously the campus was grade 5 to year 8. After moving to the Catholic Education Office Melbourne, where he spent almost three years consulting with principals and leadership teams throughout Melbourne, Finn returned to the coalface at the start of 2013 as Whitefriars’ first lay principal. He feels honoured to lead a school in the Carmelite tradition, which presupposes that boys and men can be good, gentle and kind but also strong in character. Individuality is nurtured and celebrated, with students encouraged to develop their interests and skills, whatever they may be. The Carmelite teachings of prayer and contemplation, service and community are woven into everything this school of almost 1200 boys from year 7 to year 12 does. The students are also encouraged to be themselves and thrive. “If you’re good in a particular area you’ll be able to excel in it,” Finn says. This sees boys entering a diverse range of professions, from education, medicine and law to AFL football to competing in the Winter Olympics. Finn, who balances work with family time, surfing, scuba diving and restoring old cars, sees his role as consolidating an excellent program while looking to the future. He’d like to see students look beyond the classroom, the eastern suburbs, their state and country as they prepare for life in the real world. “We’re considering how Whitefriars can be as outward looking as possible,” he says. “There are a lot of  possibilities for the future.” \ ccritchley@theweeklyreview.com.au JUNE 4, 2014 \ The weekly review 15


Developing our city \ The new precinct in an old building strikes the right chord, writes LIZ McLACHLAN

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n ingenious reinvention of a heritage building overlooking Yarra River parklands has allowed Ivanhoe Grammar School to open an exciting contemporary visual and performing arts precinct. Officially opened on May 20 by Professor Su Baker, director of the Victorian College of the Arts, the school’s new ArtsEdge at Locksley has an exhibition gallery, visual art studios, a professional-quality music rehearsal room, 13 music teaching studios, a professional audio mastering and recording studio as well as drama classrooms, a dance studio, performance theatre, green room and change rooms. The dramatic double-height glazed wall that encloses the building’s original entrance courtyard, creating a high-impact entrance and exhibition gallery, is a far cry from Locksley House’s early days as a school boarding house, opened in 1924 by Prime Minister Stanley Bruce. In various incarnations since, it has been a classroom block, a World War II army base and a middle-years centre, before accommodating the school’s expanding arts program from 2001. Melbourne architecture firm Baldasso Cortese has earned considerable recognition for educational design. It was engaged to upgrade the existing building into an arts precinct. Design director Steve Cortese says Ivanhoe Grammar wanted open learning studios designed for collaborative learning, with plenty of natural light and a new entry that connected facilities for “we want visual arts, music and drama. students to “We had a lot of challenges to work with,’’ be excited he says. and “Locksley House was built for student inspired” accommodation in the 1920s and has heritage protection. The existing building fabric needed to be maintained and it had very wide, long, dark corridors without natural light that were a waste of space. The rooms themselves were ill-proportioned; the site has four different levels and required disability access.’’ Cortese and his team used steel and glass to create a double-height void across the building’s original entrance, creating the dramatic entrance and exhibition gallery. Electronic double-height green metal fins protect the fully glazed wall from its western aspect in summer and allow in winter warmth. In what used to be a dark and dowdy upper level, the architects stripped out ceilings to expose the original hardwood timber trusses and removed internal walls to create an airy expanse for visual arts studios. Central staff offices and storage areas were inserted, creating natural divisions in the space. White walls are broken up with timber batten detailing pointing to the warm timber beams above. Seven art studios were incorporated into the existing heritage building, increasing opportunities for the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) and International Baccalaureate (IB) curricula offered by the school. The development of the new precinct, with its exhibition gallery, lured the school’s new head of art and

Cutting edge: Ivanhoe Grammar’s new ArtsEdge at Locksley has transformed a heritage-listed building into modern spaces. (supplied)

design, Margot Anwar, from her role as head of visual arts at the Green School in Bali, where she had spent two years establishing the arts faculty. Anwar was appointed during the development process and started in time to have significant influence on the interior fit-out, including a colour scheme that uses blocks of high-energy and dynamic colours such as yellow, purple, red and orange. “Colour has the power to transform by stimulating the senses and awakening interest and curiosity, therefore enhancing creativity,’’ she says. “We want students to be excited and inspired by this, enabling them to consider new possibilities in their thinking and working practices when they come into the art studios.” Anwar also extended the entrance gallery hanging space, and created a separate Mac lab to give visual arts students access to digital technologies. She added silk-screening facilities for use in textile design, a new discipline in the curriculum. The Locksley Gallery will offer an ongoing exhibition program showcasing work by students and invited artists. On the ground level to one side of the entrance gallery is the drama theatrette – a flexible space with stage and retractable seating that adapts for learning or performance. On the opposite side, a glass-walled corridor zigzags between the music classrooms, Mac lab for music composition and audio production, and drama and dance studios with their vibrant coloured walls to the new rehearsal room, music reception and music teaching studios. Including a first-class rehearsal room has given school orchestras, bands and choirs a balanced acoustic environment for up to 60 students. Head of music Stephen Carpenter says he worked with the architects to find the right acoustic surfaces to produce bright and vibrant sound – including a reflective timber floor with acoustic insulation, wall and ceiling panels, and higher ceilings. The rehearsal room also boasts a new Petrof Storm grand piano and raised percussion platform. The lower ground level was extended to provide six music studios, including two with double pianos, two large percussion studios, and a professional audio mastering and recording studio. Carpenter says instrument teaching capacity has effectively doubled at the campus, with more than 360 students learning instruments in a wide variety of musical styles. “Our goal is to engage our students in musical performance. Some may go on to VCE or IB studies, then tertiary studies, others may want to continue music performance as an interest and outlet,’’ Carpenter says. “Our new facilities give our students a far greater range of opportunities and quality of experiences.” \ LIZ MCLACHLAN lmclachlan@theweeklyreview.com.au » ArtsEdge at Locksley Ivanhoe Grammar School The Ridgeway, Ivanhoe. 9490 1877 ivanhoe.com.au JUNE 4, 2014 \ The weekly review 17


Motoring \ rod easdown gets behind the wheel

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Honda CR-V diesel What is it? Diesel powered at last. What’s in it? A 110-kilowatt 2.2-litre turbo diesel with a six-speed manual. Is it thirsty? I used 8.5 litres per 100km in the city, 6 in the country. The official combined figure is 5.8. Drive Away manual

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apanese car makers have never seemed much interested in diesel motors, and Lexus still doesn’t offer any, believing diesel (which has been around since 1892) is a passing fad. But the uncomfortable truth they all must face is that, if they want to sell cars in Europe in any volume, they need a diesel option. Honda is a diesel latecomer, getting to it by an unconventional route. Most car makers start by putting diesels in their light commercials and 4WDs then, when the technology is sorted, put them in passenger cars. But Honda introduced its first diesel with its most popular car, the Civic, and has now put it in its most popular SUV, the CR-V. And it’s making sure people notice by putting 20-centimetre-high lettering on the doors of evaluation vehicles reading “CR-V diesel”. Everyone in my street knows about it. The 2.2-litre diesel may lack the refinement of its European competitors and it’s a bit noisier, too, but you can’t argue about the economy. CR-Vs nudge two tonnes these days but the fuel economy is terrific. The motor has a heap of torque. Once wound up it’s a very willing performer and overtakes efficiently provided you use the gears. But I couldn’t warm to this vehicle, and the reason is that the controls and functions I use most often are dumb. The navigation mapping starts showing minor streets only

when you’re zoomed in so far the display is down to just a few blocks and then it’s hard to follow. The radio volume control is a rocker switch that’s small and difficult to latch on to when the car is moving. Most annoying is the screen that controls everything. It won’t cancel its warning message until you touch the “OK” button. Most car makers treat us like adults and self-cancel the warning after 10 or 15 seconds. Honda must have very conservative lawyers. Small things, admittedly, but given

the strength of the competitive offerings, they would add up to a deal-breaker for me. In other respects, the CR-V is entirely unremarkable. It does everything adequately without standing out anywhere. The interior space is good, the fit and finish is acceptable and comfort is OK. If you’re still glued onto the Honda badge there’s nothing here to upset you, but neither is there anything that will particularly delight you. \ reasdown@theweeklyreview.com.au

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YALLAMBIE \ 3 NOOJEE COURT

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iving close to a park is reason enough to boast. But what about having one right at your doorstep? The residents of this house don’t even have to cross the road to come across rolling green lawns dotted with age-old trees – all they have to do is step outside. This vast front yard is so much like a park that it almost looks naked without dogs chasing balls, kids playing hide and seek and lovers snuggled on picnic rugs. This park, however, is 100 per cent private – open only for the relaxation and recreation of residents and their guests. The park-like grounds aren’t exclusive to the front. This 5000-square-metre block stretches out and meanders down a hillside out back. Clearly, this is a property for people who love open space and open air. It is also a property for people who appreciate quality construction and design. Although Edwardian in style, the five-bedroom house is only five years old. It was built to the best standards by the vendors as a place for their family to nest and grow. The quality of the finish impresses instantly and doesn’t diminish the closer you look. A tessellated-tiled verandah wraps around the red-brick façade. Gables, stucco cladding and box windows lend the house century-old good looks. Inside, period accents continue but there is no mistaking the house’s fresh and new look and feel. So immaculate are the interiors that it is hard to believe the house has been lived in at all. The entrance hall introduces a gorgeous lounge with a central fireplace. Natural light floods in through multipaned windows dressed in patterned drapes. The nearby dining room is just as elegant. A contemporary light-fitting is suspended above the eight-seat dining table. Double doors open to reveal a meals area for everyday lunches and dinners prepared in the nearby kitchen. The kitchen is as good as any you would find in a home-decorating magazine. It has white French provincial-style cabinets, black stone benches, a grey glass splashback, Smeg appliances, and, of course, a sink with a view. Another fireplace – this time a real log-burning one – is found in the nearby family room. The logs are stored in the detached four-car shed behind the house. While the family room is a place for all the residents to come together, the large rumpus room is most certainly designed for friends, and plenty of them. This space has brushbox floors and a marble-clad bar with built-in wine fridges. Bifold doors reveal the covered outdoor entertainment area. A full bathroom is on hand, opening directly to the verandah. Beyond this, of course, is the pool. And not just any pool. It is more than 12 metres long and five metres wide, and has a spa and water feature. It is surrounded by gardens and hedges. The beautiful landscaped garden continues around the back of the house, ensuring the four kids’ bedrooms have pleasant views. At about 15 square metres each, they also benefit from being larger than most. In a move that is sure to be ideal for busy school mornings, the family bathroom is separated into three areas; powder room, vanities and shower. The main bedroom, meanwhile, is far away at the front of the house, overlooking the property’s private parklands. \ LIAM CARTER property@theweeklyreview.com.au

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Price \ $500,000 – $550,000

Auction \ June 14 at 11am

A light-grey rendered façade is not an unusual feature of a recent renovation these days, but here it is introduced by a towering grey-trunked eucalypt that gives it great context. Contemporary style has been incorporated throughout this house, which is on a landscaped corner block. An open-plan living, dining and kitchen area on entry has glossy hardwood floors, white interiors and a tiled feature wall. The streamlined kitchen has white Caesarstone benches with waterfall edges, grey 2pac handle-less cabinetry and stainless-steel Miele appliances. A wall of bifold doors extends the meals setting to a large deck. Space has been used efficiently here, with a study nook that has a built-in desk and a European laundry both incorporated. The three double bedrooms have grey carpet and built-in wardrobes. The main bedroom has a compact en suite. The deluxe main bathroom is tiled in a mottled concrete-look tile, giving it great texture. A stand-alone bath and a wall-mounted timber-topped vanity are classy features. \ EMMA HOUGHTON

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Miles \ 9497 3222 Price \ $1.55 million – $1.65 million Auction \ June 14 at 2pm It’s nice to know that some things stay the same. Visiting after decades, one of this property’s first residents can still recognise the decorative ceilings, exquisite silver and glass light fittings and diamond leadlight windows from her childhood. These original features, such as the twin brick fireplaces in the lounge and dining room or the feature windows flanking the bed in the main bedroom, give this late deco clinker-brick house its enduring appeal. The gorgeous facade with its high gables, tall chimney, bay window and patterned brickwork is typical of the English domestic revival style that swept Eaglemont and Ivanhoe in the 1930s. Now with four bedrooms, not two, the house has also been extended to include a light-filled family room sunken away from the meals area. At 750-square metres, the block is the same size as it has always been, but now has soaring trees providing the big backyard with excellent privacy. \ LIAM CARTER

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MONTMORENCY \ 49 CRESSY STREET With two outdoor entertainment zones and several living areas, this modern four-bedroom house easily accommodates plenty of guests for when you host your next get-together. The flexible floor plan offers plenty of space to wine and dine, and room for downtime, too. A big living area with ash floors and off-white walls opens onto a big deck. It looks over the landscaped front garden and enjoys views of the tree-lined no-through road. The open-plan family and meals area opens to another outdoor zone. Two sets of double doors link the indoors with the semi-enclosed outside dining zone. It’s covered and has high stacked-stone feature walls, making the area extremely private. An easy-to-maintain rear garden and pool wrap up the backyard. Back inside, the kitchen, with glass splashbacks, Caesarstone benchtops, Bosch stainless-steel appliances, corner pantry and an island bench, is close to the action and has pool views. Three bedrooms are upstairs. The main has a walk-in wardrobe while the other two have built-in wardrobes. All three are serviced by the up-to-date family bathroom, which has cream-coloured tiles and a bathtub. A fourth bedroom is off the entrance and would be the perfect guest room. It has built-in wardrobes and an en suite, which has additional storage space. \ BIANCA VILLAROSA

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Expressions of interest \ Closing June 17 at 6pm

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Barry Plant \ 9431 1222

Price \ $790,000 – $860,000

Auction \ June 14 at 3pm

This pretty Eltham estate was established about 1999. Close to Eltham High School and with easy Main Road access, it is well located while still being peaceful. This double-storey brick Federation-style house has an elevated north-facing rear with an impressive treetop vista. The façade with timber fretwork is matched with classic contemporary interiors featuring ceiling roses, cornices and period-style light fittings alongside plush light-grey carpet, polished hardwood floors and elegant drapes. A lounge and dining room on entry is a cosy space. It flows through to the rear open-plan living area. Stepping down to this lower split level, glossy hardwood floors and a rear wall of glass dominate the bright space. High ceilings and white interiors enhance the spacious feel, and french doors to the rear deck create indoor/outdoor living. There is one bedroom on this ground level and three more upstairs. The main bedroom suite has a wall of built-in wardrobes, an en suite with an oversized frameless glass shower, and its own Juliet balcony. \ EMMA HOUGHTON

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This immediately inviting, four-bedroom house offers intelligently zoned poolside living spaces in the peaceful, familyfriendly end of a no-through road.

Enviably located on the corner of Darvall Street, this tastefully updated house on 571sqm has majestic mountain views. Extend, redevelop or rebuild (STCA).

Let's eat lunch @ Urban Grooves, 99 Grimshaw Street Let's eat dinner @ Peppercorn Thai, 81 Grimshaw Street Let's drink coffee @ Hahndorfs, 101 Grimshaw Street

Let's eat lunch @ Toti's, 46-48 Beetham Parade Let's eat dinner @ Pasquale, 248-250 Lower Plenty Road Let's drink coffee @ Miss Marie, 45 Beetham Parade

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COLLINS SIMMS ALPHINGTON 9 Como Street Set among some of the area’s finest family properties at Riverside Alphington’s tightly-held top end, this gracious four bedroom, two bathroom double block-fronted Victorian combines classical elegance, modern quality and floorplan flexibility on a tranquil 869 sqm garden allotment (approx). Features huge studio/office/garage, rear access, four living areas, hydronic heating, a/c and alfresco deck. Near private schools, shops, trains and parks.

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Nicholas Corby 0418 512 978 Stephen Whitelaw 0418 616 000

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ELTHAM 15 Moola Place Spectacular Transformation Expect to be impressed with this multiple living zone property offering a clever transformation and successful integration from original design to modern, stylish living. Bright spaces for formal and casual entertaining are complemented by glistening large porcelain tiles, Bamboo flooring, high ceilings and unsurpassed quality fixture and fittings. A master chef kitchen with a modern, industrial design is complemented by polished concrete tops, walk in pantry and Falcon dual oven, making entertaining a pleasure and providing a sense of inner city chic living. Close to Eltham township and primary/secondary schools including St Helena College.

Saturday 14th June at 12:00pm PRICE GUIDE

$720,000 - $770,000

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ELTHAM 2 Delmuir Close Englehart Prestige and Beauty Offering all the hallmarks of a quality Englehart design - aesthetic beauty, light-filled living and energy efficiency - this single-level residence sits within a quiet cul-de-sac on a flat 820m2 (approx) block. The welcoming home has a calming aura, with bright and warm living areas, verdant garden pockets and large picture windows. Step inside the main living/ dining area wrapped around a cosy open fireplace. At the hub of the home is a large kitchen overlooking the family area and paved alfresco, plus the adjoining rumpus has ample natural light. Surrounded by northfacing gardens, there is a sense of romance and tranquility.

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ELTHAM NORTH 108 Scenic Crescent Simply Beautiful Surroundings This magical Eltham setting is simply stunning and is home to a beautiful family residence on a 2239m2 (approx) allotment. It includes spacious lounge/dining (OFP and vast picture windows), timber kitchen/meals (s/steel cooker and island bench), 4 robed bedrooms (master with WIR & en-suite), family bathroom plus separate rumpus/studio. Cleverly zoned for kids and parents alike, the home enjoys effortless flow outside to an elevated deck and a deep covered porch. Features include ducted heating/cooling, timber floors, exposed brick, double carport and offstreet parking. Only moments from bus, train, schools, shops and cafes.

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$750,000 - $810,000

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EAGLEMONT 3 Carlyle Jackson Lane Luxury Family Entertainer on Mount Eagle Hillside "Mortgagee Under Possession" - Lavishly appointed with grand entertaining spaces this luxurious residence is a must see for those who expect only the best. It showcases four bedrooms with massive built-in-robes and includes an oversized master bedroom with walk-inrobes, north-facing balcony and fully equipped private en-suite with shower, double vanity, toilet and spa-bath. The ground floor open plan living area blends perfectly with the gourmet granite kitchen and island bench. Extras include separate dining area, two tiled central family sized bathrooms, high ceilings, herringbone parquetry, ducted heating and cooling, swimming pool, plus double garage with internal access.

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YALLAMBIE 6 Yilleen Close Looking For A Large Family Home? If you´re craving a home with plenty of space, then this generously proportioned 26 square (approx) residence cannot be overlooked. Situated in a quiet court on 579m2 (approx), this property boasts new carpets and paintwork and comprises a carpeted lounge/dining, open kitchen/meals with modern floating floor, 5 robed bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, plus an upstairs retreat. Outside you´ll find a covered alfresco deck that leads to a family friendly rear garden. Extras include ducted heating, double garage and great location close to shops, schools, public transport and Ring Rd, with an easy commute to the city.

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MONTMORENCY 44 Rattray Road Immerse Yourself In Monty Life Walk to Were Street´s cafÊ precinct faster than you can boil the kettle in this beautifully presented clinker brick residence. Set on a 374m2 (approx) corner allotment, this fully renovated home features kitchen/ living with stone bench tops, s/steel cooker, soft-closing cabinetry and island bench with breakfast bar, flexible dining room, two robed bedrooms, sparkling modern bathroom, full-size laundry and powder room. A paved pergola provides alfresco dining options surrounded by mature landscaping and private hedging, while extras include hardwood floors, ducted heating, air-conditioner, carport and secure fencing. Walk to shops, train, bus and parklands.

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BRIAR HILL 126 St Helena Road

Superb Living in Prime Location Set on a sizeable corner allotment, this light and airy residence offers space, privacy and separate living. It affords a bright lounge (OFP), meals / family, downstairs self-contained domain for guests or home office plus an alfresco. PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$500,000 - $550,000 Thur 3:00 - 3:30pm & Sat 11:45 - 12:15pm Photo ID required Kim Jarvie-Pridham 0412 237 123

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BRIAR HILL 91 Karingal Drive

Attention All Developers - Land 1729m2 (approx) A perfect site for a multi-unit development (STCA). No easements offers scope for developers to either knock down the existing home and clear the way for brand new townhouses, or explore retaining the building in the rear (STCA).

Saturday 21st June at 10:30am PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$600,000 - $660,000 Saturday 10:00 - 10:30am Photo ID required Jeremy Cleaver 0403 199 511 Peter Don 0410 609 006

Eltham 9431 1222

Ivanhoe 9499 7992

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Doreen 9717 8801

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BUNDOORA G09A / 19-21 Copernicus Crescent Polaris Town Centre Ground Floor Apartment with Terrace Making the most of the ground floor position boasting large open plan living with a light-filled terrace is this functional 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment ideal for downsizers, retirees, investors or first home buyers. Quality fixtures and fittings include stone kitchens, timber laminate floors, European appliances and added security features including audio intercom, car space and storage cages, all with easy connectivity to the Polaris Village retail, lifestyle and business precinct only moments from transport and La Trobe Uni. Act today to secure competitive early stage pricing on a selection of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments available.

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Brand New Affordable Designer Homes - Inspect Today! This high quality boutique development of only four architecturally designed homes offer a mixture of both 2 and 3 bedroom townhouses. Each feature quality modern fixtures and fittings, polished timber flooring and garaging.

Tue 24th June at 6:00pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

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Kieran Whaley 0410 587 072 Aaron Silluzio 0414 422 299 Ivanhoe Office 9499 7992

BELLFIELD 14 Carlyle Crescent

Your Future Starts Now This much loved home, offering ample scope to improve, re-build or re-develop (STCA), boasts formal living and dining rooms, functional kitchen, updated bathroom, plus a family room opening to a delightful rear garden.

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Saturday 21st June at 11:00am PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$480,000 - $530,000 Thur 4:30 - 5:00pm & Sat 11:00 - 11:30am Photo ID required David Kelly 0410 426 311

Eltham 9431 1222

Ivanhoe 9499 7992

Rosanna 9459 8111

Doreen 9717 8801

1022 Main Road

153 Upper Heidelberg Road

131 Lower Plenty Road

Shop 2, 101 Hazel Glen Drive

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RESEARCH 13 Ingrams Road

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Brimming with Character and Charm! Set on a corner block, this appealing home comprises 3 bedrooms (master leading to a private courtyard), entry/sunroom, lounge (OFP), dining room, spacious kitchen and outside a superb decking area and beautiful gardens.

MACLEOD 4 Manor Green

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Custom Built Springthorpe Lifestyle Luxury on 541m2 (approx) This generous 5 bedroom plus study family home features family room with access to the outdoor decking, meals/dining with separate alfresco, kitchen (stone tops & Blanco appliances), GDH, cooling, ducted vacuum and alarm.

Tue 10th June at 6:00pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$440,000 - $480,000 Saturday 10:00 - 10:30am Photo ID required John Haley 0417 352 312 Aaron Yeats 0400 067 024

PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$820,000 - $880,000 Saturday 1:45 - 2:15pm Photo ID required Kieran Whaley 0410 587 072 Alex Morgan 0401 524 119

RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES FOR RENT RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES

COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

GREENSBOROUGH 87 Elder Street Avail 20 Jun $220PW 1BR bedsit, D/W, s/sys heating & single garage. Contact Di H’BERG WEST 15 North Crescent Avail NOW $275PW 1BR, kit/gas cooker, washing machine & utilities incl. Contact Di ELTHAM 4/1135 Main Road Avail NOW $295PW 2BR, kit/meals, BIRs, gas heating & garage. Contact Bill VIEWBANK 16 Lascelles Street Avail NOW $300PW 4BR, BIRs, kit/meals & laundry. 12 month lease. Contact Bill ELTHAM 5/1104 Main Road Avail NOW $300PW 2BR, PBs, gas cooking, bthrm/laundry & carport. Contact Bill H’BERG HEIGHTS 3 Dickens Street Avail NOW $320PW 2BR, bungalow, u/cover area & garage. Contact Meaghan H’BERG WEST 125 Outhwaite Rd Avail 14 Jul $325PW 3BR, D/W, D/H, carport & c/yard. No Pets. Contact Belinda H’BERG WEST 1/55 Setani Crescent Avail NOW $330PW 2BR, FBs, D/W, c/yard, shed & carspace. Contact Meaghan DONCASTER 1/160 High Street Avail NOW $330PW 3BR, gas heating, BIRs & shed. Contact Belinda ROSANNA 1/235 Rosanna Rd Avail NOW $340-$360PW 2BR, BIRs, D/H, single garage & lawns incl. Contact Jess DOREEN 12 Walker Drive Avail NOW $345PW 3BR, ensuite, D/H & double garage. Contact Amanda DOREEN 36 Peterborough Dv Avail 2 Jun $355PW New 3BR, PBs, D/H, c/yard & dble garage. Contact Amanda DOREEN 54 Eliot Avenue Avail NOW $360PW 3BR, ensuite, D/H, alarm & double garage. Contact Amanda

H’BERG HEIGHTS 1/16 Shelley St Avail NOW $380PW 2BR, c/yard, D/W, D/H, s/sys & OSP. Contact Julie H’BERG HEIGHTS 5/147 Waiora Rd Avail NOW $400PW 2BR, PFBs, heating & garage. No Pets. Contact Steven HEIDELBERG 2/88 Yarra Street Avail NOW $415PW 2BR, robes, FBs, D/W & udercover carpark. Contact Steven Avail 17 Jun $420PW YALLAMBIE 2 Aminya Crescent 3BR, study, D/W, D/H, workshop & dble carport. Contact Di ST HELENA 18 Sun Orchid Cct Avail NOW $430PW 3BR, panel heating, s/s appl, s/sys & garage. Contact Sarah ROSANNA 2/56 Waiora Rd Avail NOW $440PW 2BR, D/W, s/sys, robes, c/yard & single garage. Contact Di ELTHAM 2/53 Batman Road Avail 27 Jun $450PW 3BR, PFBs, D/H, shed & gazebo. No Pets. Contact Sarah H’BERG HEIGHTS 91 Haig Street Avail NOW $450PW 4BR, PBs, heating, single garage & OSP. Contact Meaghan IVANHOE 1/94 Oriel Road Avail NOW $480PW 3BR, ensuite, gas heating, lounge/dining & OSP. Contact Belinda YALLAMBIE 8 Cascade Views Avail NOW $495PW 3BR d/storey, D/H, BIRs & double garage. Contact Julie IVANHOE 2/15 Jellicoe Street Avail NOW $500-$520PW New 2BR, PFBs, BIRs, study & single garage. Contact Julie HEIDELBERG 6/7 Vine Street Avail 6 Jun $520PW 2BR, PBs, D/W, D/H & single garage. No Pets. Contact Di PLENTY 14 Treetop Terrace Avail NOW $700PW 4BR, D/W, D/H, study & 2.5 garage. 8 Month Lease. Contact Sarah

ROSANNA 262 Lower Plenty Rd Avail NOW $14,400PA Shop front 96sqm approx for retail/offices. Rental figure does not include GST or Outgoings. Contact Steven WATSONIA 73 Devonshire Road Avail NOW $18,200PA Open plan office/retail of 52sqm (approx), kitchen, toilet & split system heating/cooling. Contact Steven ELTHAM 8/10-18 Arthur Street Avail NOW $19,200PA Corner shop (55sqm), floor to ceiling windows & carpet throughout. Figure excludes GST & Outgoings. Contact Steven IVANHOE 4/145 Upper H’berg Rd Avail NOW $24,984PA 40sqm approx shop, reception, 3 rooms & kitchenette. Figure includes GST, but not Outgoings. Contact Steven Avail NOW $28,455PA ELTHAM 3/127 Bolton Street Office space 69sqm approx, reception, kitchenette, D/H & 4 carparks. Figure excludes GST & Outgoings. Contact Steven ELTHAM 2/38 Bridge Street Avail 1 Jul $30,510PA Showroom approx 171sqm, warehouse, kit & OSP. Figure excludes GST & Outgoings. Contact Steven LOWER PLENTY 205 Main Road Avail NOW $67,000PA Renov med clinic, 1012sqm approx, reception, D/H & 12 carparks. Figure excludes GST & Outgoings. Contact Steven

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY OF THE YEAR 2013-AREA AWARDS Di Bryan 0400 911 005

Sarah Craigie 0409 945 774

Meaghan Fennell 0401 019 859

Bill Diamantopoulos 0431 401 720

Steven Haigh 0401 241 070

Amanda Dow 0437 011 495

Jess Cochrane 0414 249 576

Eltham 9431 1222

Ivanhoe 9499 7992

Rosanna 9459 8111

Doreen 9717 8801

1022 Main Road

153 Upper Heidelberg Road

131 Lower Plenty Road

Shop 2, 101 Hazel Glen Drive

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Julie-Anne Jenkins 0434 100 225

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DIAMOND CREEK 28 Arrunga Close Stylish, Modern Living In a quiet & leafy locale, this stunning family residence will impress. Brilliant living zones incorporate a light filled family room complemented by the gourmet kitchen, informal dining adjoining the treetop balcony, separate lounge or home theatre, generous rumpus, & sensational alfresco with the ultimate outdoor kitchen. This is living at its best.

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$690,000 - $750,000 Saturday 1:30 - 2:00pm Photo ID required Justin Booth 0417 034 369 Warren Grace 0407 335 937

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DIAMOND CREEK 2 Ilana View Drive

Family Fun, Big Corner Block 1130m2 approx This immaculate home has terrific indoor & outdoor living areas. Light & bright, the kitchen, family room & large alfresco look out onto a paved BBQ area, pool & gardens.Corner block allows side access or extra parking for van or boat.

Tuesday 24th June at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$660,000 - $710,000 Saturday 1:00 - 1:30pm Justin Booth 0417 034 369 Warren Grace 0407 335 937

Diamond Creek 9438 1133 62c Main Hurstbridge Road

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ST ANDREWS 185 Buttermans Track

Mudbrick Home, Huge Barn / Studio, Views, 2.5 Acres Enjoy peace, privacy, wildlife & a bushy outlook. Character filled home with a barn that suits a variety of uses; home office, studio or Bed & Breakfast conversion (STCA). Close to township, an easy commute to train & suburbia.

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Tuesday 1st July at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$530,000 - $570,000 Saturday 2:30 - 3:00pm Photo ID required Warren Grace 0407 335 937 Justin Booth 0417 034 369

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Greensborough

Room For Everyone...And More To Spare

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All The Comfort And Convenience A Family Could Need

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SHOPS 2 & 3 • Tenant: Bottlemart • Rental: $70,000*pa net • Building Area: 160m2*

auction Thursday 12th june from 11am at leonda by the yarra, 2 wallen road, hawthorn

SHOP 6 • Tenant: Video Ezy • Rental: $39,000*pa net • Building Area: 80m2*

Pat Burke 0412 554 886 pburke@mpburkecommercial.com.au Michael Pound 0412 316 217 mpound@mpburkecommercial.com.au

• Prime Main Road Location • New Mixed Use Retail/Commercial Complex • New 5 year leases with fixed 4% annual increases

*Approx.

9620 9900

Level 1, 106 Little Lonsdale St, MELB

ROSANNA 4 Braeside Avenue Family warmth meets everyday comfort A fusion of natural light, welcoming spaces and an idyllic family friendly location combine to offer timeless appeal in this delightfully convenient residential pocket. Welcomed by a wide north facing frontage and palm updated bathroom and separate toilet. Split level accommodation enjoys 3 bedrooms with glorious garden vistas. A separate 1 bedroom studio offers teenagers/guest retreat. Expansive rear entertaining deck overlooks lush native gardens. A host of quality appointments are included.

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SAT 21ST JUNE AT 1PM THURS 4-4.30PM SAT 1.15-2PM $630,000-$690,000 9499 5570 Peter Bozinoski 0413 136 486 Lyn Leavey 0422 919 760 TBA-a4Jun©MMP

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IVANHOE 21 St Elmo Road PERFECT LIFESTYLE SCENARIO IN A PREMIUM POSITION Superbly situated at the schools and shopping end of a coveted street, this attractive 1930s 3BR residence presents perfectly with an appealing mix of period and modern styles within sunny garden surroundings. Featuring lounge room, dining room, living room to deck, Smeg-equipped kitchen, ducted heating, airconditioning, OSP. Settle straight in and start that longed-for lifestyle in a highly-regarded locale.

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Auction

Saturday 21st June at 2.00pm

ESR

$1,000,000-$1,080,000

Inspection

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

Contact

Damien Carter 0438 850 166 James Davis 0405 687 817

Office

9497 3222 | 9459 5666

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EAGLEMONT 65 The Eyrie PICTURE PERFECT WITH A PRESTIGIOUS ADDRESS A vision of heritage beauty in the elevated environs of Eaglemont’s iconic The Eyrie, this picturesque 4BR, 2 bathroom English-style residence merges refined 1930s charm and renovated comfort on a private and peaceful 750m2 garden allotment (approx). Near fine schools, shopping, parks and transport, including formal lounge/dining (OFPs), large family room opening to paved alfresco patio, fully-appointed kitchen/ meals, spacious cellar/storage, rainwater tanks, carport & garage.

Auction

Saturday 14th June at 2.00pm

Inspection

Thu 3:30-4pm, Sat 1-1:30pm

Land

750 m2 approx.

Contact

Helen Witchell 0413 741 158 Stewart Oldmeadow 0412 119 277

Office

9497 3222 | 9459 5666

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View from house

HEIDELBERG 10 Almay Grove PERFECT 10 - PANORAMA, POTENTIAL, PEERLESS SPACE A significant ‘top of the hill’ land holding of 1345m2 (approx) commanding sweeping mountain views at the head of a cul-de-sac; immediately enjoy the comfortable space and seclusion of this split-level 3BR, 2 bathroom residence inviting renovation, rebuilding or redevelopment (STCA) in the highly sought-after ‘hospitals precinct’ close to Burgundy Street, schools, parks and transport.

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Auction

Saturday 21st June at 2.00pm

Inspection

Thu 2:30-3pm, Sat 11-11:30am

Land

1345 m2 approx.

Contact

Paul Carbone 0418 541 169 Brad Pearce 0409 679 414

Office

9459 5666 | 9497 3222

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ROSANNA 68 Mountain View Parade TIGHTLY-HELD CORNER, TREMENDOUS RANGES VIEWS Enviably located on the corner of Darvall Street, this attractive 3BR home on 571m2 (approx) savours majestic mountain views offered for the first time outside of the one family. Tastefully updated while retaining its warm original character, enjoy as is and explore the options to extend, redevelop or rebuild (STCA) near village shops, parklands, schools and train station.

ROSANNA 3 St James Road CONTEMPORARY QUALITY, COMMANDING VIEWS Secure the position, the lifestyle and the spectacular mountain views with this stunning 3BR, 2 bathroom residence brilliantly designed on a compact landscaped block near shopping centres, parks, hospitals precinct, schools, La Trobe University and transport. Offers downstairs bedroom with double-shower ensuite, study nook, beautiful living, dining with bifold doors opening onto a spacious, sun-filled courtyard garden, gourmet kitchen, powder room and remote-control garage.

Auction

Saturday 14th June at 11.00am

ESR

$720,000-$750,000

Inspection

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

Land

571 m2 approx.

Contact

Greg Taylor 0409 090 611 Stewart Oldmeadow 0412 119 277

Office

9459 5666 | 9497 3222

Auction

Saturday 14th June at 11.00am

ESR

$720,000-$790,000

Inspection

Thu 5:15-5:45pm, Sat 12-12:30pm

Contact

Brad Pearce 0409 679 414 Greg Taylor 0409 090 611

Office

9459 5666 | 9497 3222

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Rear Aspect

ROSANNA 11 St Andrews Avenue TRANQUIL FAMILY TREASURE WITH HUGE NORTH GARDEN With its 2-level interior and tranquil outdoor areas, this tastefully renovated 4BR, 2 bathroom residence is layered with lifestyle treasures on a deep 826m2 north-facing rear orchard garden allotment (approx). An idyllic Golf Links Estate location near Rosanna Parklands, schools, shopping and transport complements formal and family zones, Smeg-equipped kitchen, heating, cooling, studio (a/c), elevated views, rainwater tanks and OSP.

ROSANNA 46 Lower Plenty Road VIEWS & PROSPECTS ON THE LAND OF PLENTY Located up towards the top of the hill where the blocks are bigger and the views are better; imagine all of the wonderful possibilities this captivating 3/4BR attic-style home on 930m2 (approx) offers both now and in the future. Near shops, parklands, hospitals, schools and transport; this comfortable family residence overlooking the ranges features considerably deep backyard and clear potential.

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Auction

Saturday 14th June at 3.00pm

ESR

$780,000-$850,000

Inspection

Thu 4:30-5pm, Sat 1-1:30pm

Land

826 m2 approx.

Contact

Brad Pearce 0409 679 414 Greg Taylor 0409 090 611

Office

9459 5666 | 9497 3222

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Auction

Saturday 28th June at 12.00pm

ESR

$620,000-$660,000

Inspection

Sat 12-12:30pm

Land

930 m2 approx.

Contact

Gordon Whale 0419 335 459 Brad Pearce 0409 679 414

Office

9497 3222 | 9459 5666

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ROSANNA 19 Station Road FAMILY CHARM & FUTURE CHOICES ON 1051M2 An exceptionally deep rear garden complements this English-style 4BR, 2 bathroom residence on 1051m2 (approx) tightly-held for 65 years. Central to shops, park and trains in the Viewbank College zone; features Art Deco ceilings, etched glass doors, polished floorboards, heating, cooling, sitting, dining and family rooms, well-appointed kitchen and garage. An inspirational setting to further enhance or subdivide (STCA).

VIEWBANK 11 Eamon Drive SMART FAMILY CHOICE NEAR COLLEGE & PARKS Leave the cars at home as the incredibly central position of this fabulous 4BR residence puts you reassuringly within just a few minutes walk to Viewbank College, primary school, extensive parklands and buses. On an easy-care 531m2 allotment (approx), a large paved garden and covered entertainment deck complement upstairs children’s wing, inviting family room, flowing lounge and dining, renovated kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, two bathrooms, ducted heating, a/c, polished hardwood floors and huge double garage.

Auction

Saturday 14th June at 1.00pm

ESR

$800,000-$860,000

Inspection

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

Land

1051 m2 approx.

Contact

Sue Lacey 0412 898 202 Stewart Oldmeadow 0412 119 277

Office

9497 3222 | 9459 5666

Auction

Saturday 14th June at 1.00pm

ESR

$600,000-$650,000

Inspection

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

Land

531 m2 approx.

Contact

Brad Pearce 0409 679 414 Paul Carbone 0418 541 169

Office

9459 5666 | 9497 3222

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ROSANNA 115 Bellevue Avenue

IVANHOE 2/30 Beatty Street

NOW & FOREVER FOR A FORWARD-LOOKING FAMILY This inviting 3BR home is a welcoming opportunity for a growing family. Close to shopping, Parklands and trains, including central heating, superb living and dining (OFP), quality appointed kitchen, bright bathroom, covered entertainment area and LUG.

EXCELLENT NEW EXECUTIVE LIVING & ENTERTAINING This stunning rear 3BR, 2 bathroom town residence; featuring spacious living and dining to huge sun-drenched decking, Smeg-equipped kitchen, luxurious main bathroom, north-facing entertainment sanctuary, heating/cooling and remote-control garage.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 14th June at 12.00pm Wed 4:30-5pm, Sat 12-12:30pm Paul Carbone 0418 541 169

Office 9459 5666 | 9497 3222 Stewart Oldmeadow 0412 119 277

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Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 14th June at 2.00pm Thu 6-6:30pm, Sat 2-2:30pm Brad Pearce 0409 679 414

ESR $780,000-$850,000 Office 9459 5666 | 9497 3222 David Blythe 0413 283 303

MACLEOD 1/53 Torbay Street

YALLAMBIE 8 Jamieson Court

A HIDDEN TREASURE A great example of “old meets new” in this recently renovated home in the heart of Macleod. Modern amenities compliment the great use of space without compromising on quality, which is probably why it feels much more like a house than a unit.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY FOR FAMILY LIFESTYLE PERFECTION This immaculate 4BR and study residence; seconds to school, buses, parks and shops complements spacious family living/dining to north-facing entertainment area with spa, lounge, granite kitchen, bath/powder rooms, remote-control DLUG.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 14th June at 3.00pm Thu 3:30-4pm, Sat 11-11:30am Stewart Oldmeadow 0412 119 277

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ESR $430,000-$460,000 Office 9459 5666 | 9497 3222 Keith Oldmeadow 0409 858 786

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Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 14th June at 12.00pm Thu 4:30-5pm, Sat 10-10:30am Greg Taylor 0409 090 611

ESR $670,000-$710,000 Office 9459 5666 | 9497 3222 David Blythe 0413 283 303

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HEIDELBERG 1/8-10 Jika Street

HEIDELBERG 1/14 Avoca Street

QUIET, CONVENIENCE & FABULOUS LIFESTYLE SURPRISES Secure a central position in the Viewbank College zone. This tastefully updated 3BR, 2 bathroom townhouse with a quiet ambience includes living and dining, modern kitchen, storage, heating, covered entertaining area, outdoor spa, private driveway and garage.

THE EASE OF A UNIT & SPACE OF A HOUSE This 3BR freestanding unit (1 of 2) in the Viewbank College zone; features living room under a cathedral ceiling, casual dining, Smeg-appointed kitchen, bathroom with ensuite access, central heating, air-conditioning, entertainers’ courtyard garden and DLUG.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 14th June at 11.00am Thu 1:30-2pm, Sat 10-10:30am John Levingston 0410 978 144

ESR $490,000-$540,000 Office 9459 5666 | 9497 3222 Peter Scott 0459 223 994

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Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 14th June at 12.00pm Thu 2:30-3pm, Sat 11-11:30am John Levingston 0410 978 144

ESR $580,000-$630,000 Office 9459 5666 | 9497 3222 Brad Pearce 0409 679 414

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Land 345m2 approx.

HEIDELBERG HEIGHTS 12 Marks Avenue

HEIDELBERG HEIGHTS 26 St Hellier Street

CLOSE TO EVERYTHING, READY FOR ANYTHING On your marks, set, go get this charming three bedroom home and stake your claim while the getting´s good. Explore the options offered on the corner of Dickens Street and transform a classic into the home of your dreams.

STUNNING NEW RESIDENCE IN PRIME POSITION Brilliantly conceived and constructed, featuring two stylish bedrooms, two bathrooms, versatile shop-front lounge or home office, stone kitchen, Euro. laundry, polished concrete floor, heating/cooling, north-facing balcony and covered off-street parking.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 21st June at 11.00am Wed 3:30-4pm, Sat 11-11:30am Sue Lacey 0412 898 202

ESR $370,000-$400,000 Office 9497 3222 | 9459 5666 Brad Pearce 0409 679 414

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Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 14th June at 12.00pm Wed 4:30-5pm, Sat 11-11:30am Damien Carter 0438 850 166

Office 9497 3222 | 9459 5666 David Blythe 0413 283 303

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COMMERCIAL

HEIDELBERG WEST 27 Pacific Drive

HEIDELBERG HEIGHTS 2A Thames Street

A STYLISH & SUSTAINABLE HAVEN Overflowing with features for you to cruise through life in relaxed contemporary comfort, welcome aboard this fabulous 3BR brick home that’s ready for stylish, sustainable living near shopping, schools, and transport. OSP for 3 cars. Land 600m2 app.

PRIME CORNER OPPORTUNITY! Enjoy passive income while preparing to possibly develop (STCA) on a land area of 752 sqm (approx.). Offering lane-way access on the west boundary. Including workshop, returning $21,130 pa (gross), plus GST, on a 3 year lease commenced Nov 2013. Plus original vacant house/office.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 14th June at 2.00pm Wed 5:15-5:45pm, Sat 11-11:30am Gordon Whale 0419 335 459

ESR $460,000-$490,000 Office 9497 3222 | 9459 5666 David Blythe 0413 283 303

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Auction Inspect Contact

Friday 20th June at 1.00pm By Appointment Dietmar Gregory 0422 402 545

Office 9497 3222 Tim Mitchell 0417 339 986

COMMERCIAL

Rear Factory

Front Factory

HEIDELBERG WEST 1 & 2/130 McEwan Road TWO FACTORIES - ONE TITLE! A unique opportunity to secure two properties on a generous allotment of 620 sqm (approx) in this tightly held industrial estate. Long-term tenants occupying on monthly tenancies, both offering scope to occupy or continue to enjoy an income stream. Front factory of 205 sqm (approx) offers excellent exposure and the rear factory of 215 sqm (approx) offers high clearance, versatile floor-plan and office accommodation.

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Auction

Thursday 19th June at 3pm

ESR

$540,000-$580,000

Inspection

By Appointment

Contact

Damian Wilson 0414 339 733 Paul Evans 0408 144 181

Office

9497 3222


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ROSANNA 106 Lower Plenty Road PRIME COMMERCIAL SITE! Situated in the heart of Rosanna’s tightly held retail precinct, this substantial retail/office building of 225 sqm (approx) is ideal for both owner-occupiers or developers looking to further enhance (STCA). Offering a flexible floor plan over two levels and on-site parking, the property is being sold with Vacant Possession.

Heidelberg HeigHts 1/4 Bonar Street

Captivating Combination Of the Classic And the Contemporary

ABD 2

Saturday 21st June at 12:00pm Thursday 6:45-7.15pm & Saturday 12:15-12.45pm John Paul Mitilineos 0411 759 111 or Bill Kyriakopoulos 0419 008 008

loverealestate.com.au lOVe Preston 274 High Street ph: 9471 0233

Friday 6th June at 1.00pm $870,000-$950,000

Inspection

Fri 12.30pm-1pm

Contact

Damian Wilson 0414 339 733 Paul Evans 0408 144 181

Office

9497 3222

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Central to the Heidelberg shops, eateries and station, the Austin hospital, Rosanna Village and Northland, this renovated home blends the classic and the contemporary with consummate, livable ease. A north facing courtyard with carport/undercover area complements two bedrooms, new bathroom, new stone and stainless steel kitchen and a spacious living room in a home perfect for those looking to start out, slow down, or add to their portfolio.

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Ivanhoe east 44 McArthur roAd

4A

2 ResIDenCes In 1 eXCLUsIve PoCKet

View Auction Mel Ref EPR Contact Office

Set in a tree lined street & capturing views from an elevated position is this unique & rare offering for today’s market. Offering buyers the luxury to take advantage of the dual residences within 1 title & 2 street addresses is 44 McArthur Rd & 12 Charteris Dr Ivanhoe East. Residence 1: spacious lounge & dining, kitchen, 2 good sized bedrooms, central bathroom, with access off the living area to a beautiful & picturesque alfresco entertaining area, good sized yard & private pergola. Residence 2: consists of high ceilings, spacious living & meals area, kitchen, 2 bedrooms with large central bathroom. Added Features: heating, cooling, double garage & land size of 690m2 all within close proximity to private schools, East Ivanhoe Shopping Village & parklands.

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Thurs 1.00 - 1.30pm & Sat 12.15 - 12.45pm Sat 14th June - 3.00pm 31 / K9 $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 Christopher Macey 0411 330 311 Ivanhoe 9499 5611 Greensborough 9432 1988

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Heidelberg HeigHts 14 Collins street stylish easy living As you enter this fully renovated home you are greeted by sparkling polished floorboards that sweep through this beautiful home. Comprising 3 double bedrooms, renovated bathroom and fully equipped kitchen overlooking light-filled meals/family room. The kitchen leads out to a beautiful timber deck suitable to entertain or relax while overlooking the spectacular gardens. The home is set on 577sqm (approx.) allowing for further development STCA and includes a large garden shed/ studio with ample room for parking. Other standout features include solar panels, ducted heating and suitable storage in bedrooms. Conveniently located to Austin/Mercy hospital, Northland Shopping Centre, transport, schools and parklands. 3A

1B

View Auction Mel Ref EPR Contact Office

2 C 580 D

Thurs 5.00 - 5.30pm & Sat 10.00 - 10.30am Sat 14th June - 1.00pm 19 / H11 $520,000 - $570,000 Mark Dixon 0423 395 699 Christopher Macey 0411 330 311 Ivanhoe 9499 5611 Greensborough 9432 1988

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Heidelberg HeigHts 386 Waterdale road Updated Family Home with Plenty of scope! This solid brick home in fantastic condition situated on a prime level allotment of 614m2 is not to be missed! Offering a spacious lounge room, three bedrooms, central bathroom, open plan kitchen meals area, along with good sized rear yard and a double garage. Opportunities at this price level do not come around often and represents the perfect entry level, ideal investment or potential redevelopment STCA. Positioned close to Northland shopping centre, Heidelberg train station, university, transportation, numerous primary and secondary schools, this home ticks all the boxes!

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BUNDOORA 7 Oxford Drive It’s all about lifestyle - Oh and Location! This inviting home with striking street appeal boasts a quality floor plan & in turn superior lifestyle. Large separate living areas await, with large formal lounge upon entry and great size rear rumpus room with centre piece OFP. Large fully equipped kitchen with an abundance of bench & cupboard space & extended meals area complimented with natural light. Large outdoor patio & pergola with extensive paving provide excellent outdoor alfresco & entertaining area, landscaped manicured gardens also create the perfect setting & ambiance. Further features include 3 large bedrooms with BIRs, gas heating, A/con, 2 bathrooms & toilets, immaculate presentation & brilliant sought after location with short stroll to Bundoora Square & Plenty Rd trams & easy access to Latrobe Uni.

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MACLEOD 120 Springthorpe Blvd Superior Lifestyle Awaits You! The formal lounge provides an ideal place to relax while the adjoining study (or 4th Bedroom) is zoned peacefully away from the main living. Indoor living flows to outdoor with such ease as the central granite kitchen, boasting a walk in pantry & complimented by a huge dinning/ family room both leading through to a generous alfresco area. Zoned for ease of entertaining, the area overlooks a private landscaped, irrigated rear yard. A second Pergola surrounded by a landscaped garden provides a tranquil space. Upstairs offers 3 great sized bedrooms, master offering WIR, laundry chute, gorgeous ensuite. Quality upgrades include: high ceilings,ducted heating, zoned refrigerated cooling, security system, double garage (internal access to laundry & kitchen), ducted vacuum, water tank, water feature, loads of storage plus more on a fully established yet low maintenance block of 672m2 (approx).

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Eltham South 2-4 Kent Hughes Road "TREETOPS" Superb Sanctuary With Spectacular Outlook Located in arguably one of Eltham´s most privileged positions, with breathtaking, uninterrupted views across the meandering Yarra to Petty´s orchard and ornamental lake, and further to the Dandenong´s, this enticing tribute to English architecture delivers a premium Eltham lifestyle! Built in 1915 and thoughtfully positioned to enjoy easy access to the Yarra and its surrounds, it exudes timeless character and charm as well as providing an outstanding home for families. A classically proportioned interior creates an inviting ambience with a selection of formal and informal living rooms enjoying the enticing views from panorama windows, a feature shared with the first floor parents retreat complete with spa ensuite and fitted dressing rooms. Edna Walling inspired gardens include "crazy paved" entertainment areas, curved stone walls retaining masses of easy care plantings and terraced areas for the kids to play when they aren´t in the pool. Adding to the versatility, a paved precinct links the house with a separate studio, ideal for a home based business; and guest / teen accommodation comprising two bedrooms, living room and bathroom. Wine cellar, timber floors, marble and timber fireplace complementing hydronic heating, split system cooling and an updated Smeg equipped kitchen add significant appeal, as does a three car garage and huge store room. Those who place a premium on the finer things in life will be richly rewarded by this unique home!

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Eltham North 194 Weidlich Road Perfect Position And An Ideal Family Plan Step into style, or step out to over 100 m2 (approx) of sandstone tiled alfresco...this family haven in the coveted St Helena College zone puts the focus on home-entertainment - inside and out. Updated with class and quality in mind, an extensive use of stone enhances the luxury bathroom, sumptuous ensuite, large fitted laundry and Miele kitchen. With multiple living spaces including formal, casual and a theatre-equipped rumpus complementing that enormous outdoor area, it´s a desirable destination indeed.

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Montmorency 49 Cressy Street Contemporary Excellence And Designer Style This renovated home takes relaxed indoor-outdoor living to a new level! Bringing a deluxe approach to a lifestyle of luxury, designer detail includes a full suite of Bosch appliances to the Cesar stone kitchen, fully-tiled designer stone-finished bathroom and ensuite and stacked stone to the massive decked alfresco that leads to the sparkling pool. With four bedrooms, two living areas, the shops of Bolton Street a short stroll away and Eltham within easy reach, it delivers contemporary excellence and designer style. Expressions Of Interest: Offers Close Tuesday 17th June at 6pm (Unless Sold Prior)

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Eltham 58 Valonia Drive Wonderful Woodridge Meticulously renovated and updated for exceptional living and outdoor enjoyment, this family home in wonderful Woodridge sits in delightful garden environs where expansive decking delivers a relaxed entertaining excellence. The interior is just as enticing, with formal dining complementing two living areas, luxury ensuite, a family bathroom of equal quality and a Bosch kitchen that is as much a piece of art as it is state-of-the-art. With parks, school and the centre of Eltham all close by, it combines timeless appeal with exquisite family living. Expressions Of Interest: Offers Close Monday 16th June at 5pm (Unless Sold Prior).

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Forget the "A" in the address! With its grand proportions, 896m2 allotment (approx) and four car garage, this home will impress. The living is easy with both the expansive casual living zone and the equally generously proportioned lounge dining opening to an enormous terrace. With a massive retreat/studio, four bedrooms and two bathrooms all just moments from the centre of Eltham, you have large-scale living the whole family will love.

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Expressions of Interest Inspect Saturday 12:30-1pm Contact Rocco Montanaro 0412 379 171 Office 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431 2444 Web propertyinprofile.com.au/58valonia

Eltham 12a Swan Street Superb Opportunity For Spacious Living

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Saturday 14th June at 1pm Saturday 12:30 - 1pm Tristan Messerle 0438 176 416 Laura Graham 0421 629 003 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431 2444 propertyinprofile.com.au/12aswan

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Greensborough 22 Yangoora Place Spacious, Impeccably Presented, In A Court Location This immediately inviting, four bedroom home offers intelligently zoned, poolside living spaces in the peaceful, familyfriendly end of a no through road. Immaculately presented and generously proportioned, the split-level floorplan introduces formal and casual living spaces opening to both a tree top deck and an expansive paved precinct around the pool, Miele equipped, stone kitchen. An ideal environment for any growing family it is central to St Helena and Greensborough and a very short walk to Blair Reserve.

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A time capsule of 70´s living, this immaculate, one owner home is an absolute delight to inspect. Just a short walk from Link Street shops, parks and the bus, and within easy reach of the tram on Plenty Road and La Trobe University it offers an excellent opportunity to enter into the Kingsbury market. With three bedrooms, spacious living, kitchen meals and a family bathroom with the convenience of a separate toilet astute buyers will enjoy comfortable accommodation, before adding value with a contemporary update over time.

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Private Sale Inspect Saturday 11:30am - 12pm ESR $580,000 - $630,000 Contact Ciaran Brannigan 0410 544 478 Contact Marilyn McGibbon 0411 559 088 Office 2/86 Grimshaw Street, Greensborough 9435 7666 Web propertyinprofile.com.au/22yangoora

Kingsbury 103 The Fairway Vintage Now. Vogue Later

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St Andrews 70 Dodd Street A trip to Mexico in the 70´s was the inspiration for mudbrick artisan Les Fisher, to design and construct "Mexicali Rise". Handhewn beams and breathtaking arches enhance mud brick features in a home that provides fabulous indoor-outdoor living against a backdrop of trees and the ranges.

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Bundoora 3/434 Grimshaw Street With access to both your car spaces off a quiet side street, secure entry, peace, privacy, no road noise, & the convenience of shops, supermarket, Concord & Loyola all literally moments away, this immaculate 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home delivers a sought after combination of lifestyle & location.

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Enjoying peace and quiet at the rear of the block, this modern, light and bright townhouse, across the road from all the lifestyle benefits of Alastair Knox park, is just a five minute walk from the centre of Eltham so you can catch up for coffee, stroll to the station, or dawdle down for dinner.

Saturday 2:30 - 3pm $660,000 - $720,000 Lucas Peressini 0458 016 868 Alvy Buffon 0412 674 461 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431 2444

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Saturday 21st June at 12pm Saturday 10:30 - 11am Leigh Maher 0400 663 599 Maria Di Natale 0402 054 485 2/86 Grimshaw Street, Greensborough 9435 7666 morrisonkleeman.com.au

Eltham 9/852 Main Road

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Eltham 17H Brougham Street Maximize your business opportunities with a position close to the action. This spacious factory situated in an established and vibrant business area, is central to Eltham, Montmorency and Greensborough. A wide unencumbered driveway allows easy access to a truck turn around area, plenty of parking.

Auction Inspect Contact Contact Office Web

Thursday 12th June at 1pm Saturday 10:30 - 11am Graham Morrison 0417 101 997 Rocco Montanaro 0412 379 171 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431 2444 morrisonkleeman.com.au

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AUCTION Saturday 14th June at 1.00pm

Be impressed by this complete countryside package on just under 2.5 acres of useable, flat Yarrambat land. The 48 Square, 11 Room Estate features a cleverly zoned floor-plan. An enormous living room furnished as a home theatre, a 2nd living area with wood heater, four bedrooms with built in wardrobes, a master bedroom with walk in wardrobe and ensuite, bathroom with separate W/C, laundry, large open plan kitchen/ dining space and with enormous potential. Surrounded by beautiful landscaped garden beds and established trees, enjoy the spectacular scenery while taking in the ambience of a sparkling solar pool. - your chance to secure a stunning lifestyle property in a highly sought location. Close to quality schools, Yarrambat Park Golf Course and minutes from Eltham and Greensborough, don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity.

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Melway Land size Contact Office Phone

184:E10 8962m2 approx Doug Klueh 0438 844 132 1004 Main Road, Eltham 9439 4022

AUCTION Saturday 21st June at 11.00am

Blessed with the warmth of glorious morning sun, this inviting home is set to the back of the block for supreme peace and privacy, and is accompanied by the happy chatter of native birdlife in the surrounding eucalypts. Within walking distance of Montmorency’s trendy Were Street shopping precinct, train, bus, and parklands, this property is perfect for those seeking a low maintenance lifestyle and cannot be over looked. Features: Private single level brick veneer home, 3 robed bedrooms, 2 bright bathrooms, ducted heating/cooling, ceiling fans, kitchen/meals, gas cooking, spacious lounge/dining zone, new carpets throughout, elevated deck, easy-care garden, single carport, under-house storage, no owners corporation, walk to all amenities.

INSPECTION SATURDAY 11.00 - 11.30am

Quote $420,000 plus buyers Melway 21:E6 Land size 358m2 approx Contact Adam McWatters 0404 489 266 Julie Sport 0417 011 789 Office 1004 Main Road, Eltham Phone 9439 4022

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Auction this Saturday GREENSBOROUGH

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183 Henry Street

Offering single level living you will find this character-filled home amid a pretty garden setting. Features: Inviting Lounge/dining/ kitchen, 3 light-filled double bedrooms, renovated bathroom, laundry, separate toilet, fresh carpet & paintwork, new covered alfresco area, heating, split system air-con, water tank & tandem carport & off-street parking.

Auction this Saturday

AUCTION Saturday 7th June at 11.00am Quote $400,000 plus buyers Melway 11:J6 Land size 416m2 approx ontact David Oakley 0439 397 284 Scott Anderson 0412 855 775 Office 104 Grimshaw St, Greensborough Phone 9435 0999 INSPECT THUR 4 - 4.30pm SAT 10.30 - 11.00am

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221 Elder Street

A beautifully updated 3 bedroom home on a generous allotment with a separate fully selfcontained unit underneath and plans and permits to build a 2 Bedroom plus Study dwelling, in the rear of the property. This property will get every last investment dollar working hard for you. With direct park access and huge potential – inspection will get the ideas flowing!

AUCTION Saturday 7th June at 1.00pm Melway 20:K5 Land size 697m2 approx Contact Sue Stone 0416 055 159 Stuart Buckingham 0411 743 336 Office 104 Grimshaw St, Greensborough Phone 9435 0999 INSPECT THUR 5 - 5.30pm SAT 12.30 - 1.00pm

Auction this Saturday GREENSBOROUGH

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250 Nepean Street

Nestled at the quiet end of Nepean Street this 2-storey Greensborough classic is an ideal starting point from which to create your perfect family haven. Features: Spacious lounge/ dining zone, good sized kitchen with storage, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathroom, large family room, large covered outdoor area, D/H, split system air-con & double carport.

AUCTION Saturday 7th June at 12.00pm Quote $450,000 plus buyers Melway 21:A5 Land size 602m2 approx Contact Ryan Buckingham 0423 506 187 Stuart Buckingham 0411 743 336 Office 104 Grimshaw St, Greensborough Phone 9435 0999 INSPECT THUR 5 - 5.30pm SAT 11.30 - 12.00pm

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3 Hinkler Avenue

Character & charm of yesteryear awaits you with this quaint property ideally suited to 1st home buyers, investors & families looking to buy in this highly sought after location. Features: 3 Bedrooms (all with BIRs), study, updated kitchen, renovated bathroom, high ceilings, gas heating, PFBs, open lounge/dining with a/c, single carport & single garage.

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AUCTION Saturday 14th June at 12.00pm Quote $480,000 plus buyers Melway 20:C6 Land size 592m2 approx Contact Scott Anderson 0412 855 775 David Oakley 0439 397 284 Office 104 Grimshaw St, Greensborough Phone 9435 0999 INSPECT THUR 5 - 5.30pm SAT 12.00 - 12.30pm


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29 High Street

Offering simple single level living with no compromise on quality, this immaculate residence with Street frontage and no body corporate, is just minutes from all services. Features: 3 Robed bedrooms, front of house study, 2-way bathroom, open kitchen/ dining, lounge with bay window, paved courtyard, DLUG, D/H & evap cooling.

AUCTION Saturday 21st June at 2.00pm Quote $420,000 plus buyers Melway 20:D3 Contact Stuart Buckingham 0411 743 336 Ryan Buckingham 0423 506 187 Office 104 Grimshaw St, Greensborough Phone 9435 0999 INSPECT THUR 5 - 5.30pm SAT 12.00 - 12.30pm

Auction this Thursday ELTHAM

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5/20 Peel Street

This is a rare opportunity to secure a clear span factory in this tightly held Industrial Estate. The property is approximately 40sqm and has container height roller door, 2 separate offices either side of the warehouse and plenty of onsite parking. Due to the shortage of vacant possession sales in this area this should be an opportunity not to be missed.

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2/51 Ferguson St

Set to the back of the block for total privacy, this shiny 23 sq new home is something to get excited about! Features: 3 Bedrooms, master downstairs with walk-thru robe & ensuite, open kitchen/meals/living that flows to covered alfresco deck, quality kitchen, bright bathroom, video intercom, alarm, D/H, laundry & remote DLUG.

AUCTION Saturday 14th June at 3.00pm Quote $590,000 plus buyers Melway 20:C9 ontact David Oakley 0439 397 284 Scott Anderson 0412 855 775 Office 104 Grimshaw St, Greensborough Phone 9435 0999 INSPECT THUR 5 - 5.30pm SAT 2.00 - 2.30pm

Auction this Thursday

AUCTION Thursday 5th June at 2.00pm Melway 21:G7 Contact Terry Gazelle 0438 196 480 Office Cnr Were & Rattray Rd, Montmorency Phone 9434 6666 INSPECTION By appointment

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163 Para Road

When buying real estate they say location is the key. That being the case then this property would be a must for any owner occupier, developer or astute investor. The property is approximately 470sqm and is located on Greensborough’s busiest and most tightly held road.

AUCTION Thursday 5th June at 1.00pm Quote $640,000 plus buyers Melway 21:B4 Land size 470m2 approx Contact Terry Gazelle 0438 196 480 Scott Nugent 0438 054 993 Office Cnr Were & Rattray Rd, Montmorency Phone 9434 6666 INSPECTION By appointment

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HEIDELBERG HEIGHTS 567 Upper Heidelberg Road 3

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IMPRESSIVE 1960S RESIDENCE ON VAST LAND This classic home, immaculately renovated & presented, offers light-filled living on a magnificent garden block (827sqm approx), close to Burgundy St shops & cafes, the hospital precinct & leading schools. It offers a thoughtfully designed floor plan comprising 3 good-sized bedrooms, elegantly proportioned living & dining rooms, large kitchen/ informal meals with quality cabinetry & appliances, bathroom with separate bath & shower & fitted laundry. A sunny rear deck & patio open to the manicured back garden & a double garage/workshop with adjoining a kitchenette. Including additional OSP, this inviting residence features polished timber floors, ducted heating, airconditioning and generous storage. 64 The weekly review \ JUNE 4, 2014

AUCTION INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 14 June at 11am Thu 1.30-2 & Sat 10-10.30 $690,000 - $760,000 Ivanhoe | 9490 2900 Annalise Newell 0402 937 607 Liz Walker 0412 659 140


EAGLEMONT 13 Eaglemont Crescent

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ENJOY STYLE, SPACE, QUALITY & PRIVACY This striking residence offers style, privacy, and a blue-chip location close to leading schools, transport and Eaglemont Village. A versatile floor plan incorporates 3 BRs plus ensuite main BR/retreat - with the option of use as a home cinema (the choice is still yours) - expansive informal living/dining, magnificent sitting room with open fireplace, study, designer kitchen with premium appliances, butler´s pantry, stunning bathroom, laundry and powder room. Including a 6-car carport, al fresco entertaining area and vast cellarage, this fine property features C-Bus automation and security, hydronic heating, zoned airconditioning, custom storage and recycled timber finishes. Land size 1008sqm (Approx).

FOR SALE INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 2-2.30 $2,250,000 - $2,350,000 Ivanhoe | 9490 2900 Liz Walker 0412 659 140 Gordon Hope 0403 613 577 JUNE 4, 2014 \ The weekly review 65


ROSANNA 1 Arden Crescent

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METICULOUSLY RENOVATED, WELL LOCATED This immaculately presented residence, superbly zoned for family living, has a prime position close to shops, station, parkland and schools (zoned for Viewbank SC and Banyule Primary). A flexible floor plan comprises spacious living and dining zones flowing to an expansive covered deck, stylish well-equipped kitchen, 3 double BRs (main with tiled ensuite, separate bath and shower), home office, family bathroom, laundry and separate WC. On a deep garden block including a garage, and additional OSP, this welcoming property features polished timber floors, ample storage, double glazing, ducted heating and refrigerated cooling, alarm system and quality fittings. Land size 749sqm (Approx). 66 The weekly review \ JUNE 4, 2014

AUCTION INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 21 June at 1.30pm Thu 2.15-2.45 & Sat 12.15-12.45 $600,000 - $660,000 Ivanhoe | 9490 2900 Nunzio Sulfaro 0414 223 134 Gordon Hope 0403 613 577


ROSANNA 33 Alfreda Avenue

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RENOVATE OR REDEVELOP, VAST SITE This architect-designed residence, held by one family since it was built in the 1950s, awaits renovation, with exciting scope to extend or to redevelop (STCA) the magnificent hillside block 892 sqm approx) in a quiet street of quality homes, close to transport, schools, parkland and shopping. With deep picture windows to capture northerly light, it comprises spacious living and dining rooms with slate fireplace, functional kitchen/meals with original cabinetry, 3 double BRs (BIRs), bathroom/separate WC and laundry opening from rear verandah. Including a garage, additional off-street parking and bungalow, this Rosanna original features period detail, gas heating and reverse-cycle airconditioning

AUCTION INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 21 June at 12pm Thu 3-3.30 & Sat 1-1.30 $700,000 - $770,000 Ivanhoe | 9490 2900 Liz Walker 0412 659 140 James Labiris 0409 094 767 JUNE 4, 2014 \ The weekly review 67


VIEWBANK 2/27 Eugene Street

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AFFORDABLE 3BR MODERN STYLE This immaculately presented residence offers low-maintenance living in a quiet neighborhood close to parkland, shopping centres and well-regarded schools (zoned Viewbank Secondary College). Elevated from the street and filled with natural light, it offers a thoughtfully designed floor plan comprising separate living and dining zones, well-equipped timber kitchen, three bedrooms (balcony with leafy hillside views to main), large study area, 2-way bathroom (bath and shower), laundry and second WC. Including a garage, landscaped front garden and private sunny rear courtyard, this appealing home features airconditioning, ceiling fans and generous storage throughout.

YALLAMBIE 3 Noojee Court

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AUCTION INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 14 June at 12pm Thu 2.15-2.45 & Sat 12-12.30 $400,000 - $450,000 Ivanhoe | 9490 2900 Liz Walker 0412 659 140 James Labiris 0409 094 767

AUCTION INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 14 June at 11am Thu 12.45-1.15 & Sat 10.45-11.15 $500,000 - $550,000 Ivanhoe | 9490 2900 Nunzio Sulfaro 0414 223 134 Gordon Hope 0403 613 577

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A DAZZLING RENOVATION! Here is a residence to please the most discerning buyer. Fully renovated in clean-edged contemporary style on a wide landscaped corner block, this home offers a superbly zoned floor plan comprising an expansive living & dining room flowing to a covered al fresco entertaining deck, study area, designer Miele-equipped kitchen with soft-touch cabinetry, 3 double BRs, luxury ensuite & family bathroom fitted with Italian stone tiles. Including a concealed laundry, remote-entry garage & additional OSP, filled with light & close to parkland, shops & schools this property features Tasmanian oak floors, bespoke storage, ducted heating, r/c aircon, intercom entry & premium appointments. 68 The weekly review \ JUNE 4, 2014


IVANHOE 7/139 Bond Street

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EXECUTIVE LIVING, BUSHLAND SETTING Here is one of Ivanhoe´s best-kept secrets - a stunning architect designed residence in a prestige small development with tranquil multi-level views over Darebin Creek and parkland, yet so close to shopping centres and schools. Filled with natural light, this high-ceilinged home comprises an expansive living and dining room flowing to a wide balcony, stylish kitchen (stainless steel appliances, quality cabinetry), three large bedrooms (main with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite), study zone and family bathroom. Featuring a concealed laundry and carport. This exceptional property features split-system airconditioning, ample storage and a zoned alarm system.

MONTMORENCY 397 Main Road

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Sat 14 June at 1.30pm Thu 12.45-1.15 & Sat 11-11.30 $590,000 - $640,000 Ivanhoe | 9490 2900 Liz Walker 0412 659 140 James Labiris 0409 094 767

AUCTION INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 14 June at 3.30pm Thu 12-12.30 & Sat 10-10.30 $390,000 - $430,000 Ivanhoe | 9490 2900 Nunzio Sulfaro 0414 223 134 Gordon Hope 0403 613 577

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FAMILY LIVING, DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL ON 704SQM (APPROX.) This classic modern residence close to Eltham parklands, shops and schools comfortable now with exciting redevelopment opportunities (STCA) on the large site. It comprises 4 BRs (ensuite and walk-in wardrobe to main), cathedral-ceilinged living and dining room flowing to sheltered side patio, timber kitchen/informal living with breakfast bar, neat family bathroom, separate WC and full laundry. Surrounded by well-planted gardens, this welcoming home with lots of natural light includes a double carport, generous storage, gas heating and reverse-cycle airconditioning.

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0403 664 136

New rules apply to the advertising of dogs and cats for sale. It is now an offence to advertise the sale of a dog or cat unless the microchip identification number of the animal is included in the advertisement or notice. A registered domestic animal business may use its Council business registration number as an alternative.

For further information, call 136 186 or visit www.dpi.vic.gov.au/pets

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