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he ABC’s News Breakfast program is the quiet achiever of breakfast TV. And even without the benefit of a large commercial TV marketing budget or Sunrise’s “cash cow” giving away fistfuls of dollars, the program is, unlike its competitors, increasing its audience. “We do provide the intelligent alternative and for whatever reason people who might have been rusted-on viewers to the other breakfast shows on the commercial stations are coming across us,” cohost Michael Rowland says. “They’re sick of what they’ve been watching for years. We offer the light stuff – we do light and shade – but we are called news breakfast for a reason. “Our mission as ABC news journalists is to provide our viewers with news updates and treat them as intelligent beings.” In March, The Age assessed breakfast television numbers, reporting that as commercial breakfast shows shed viewers, News Breakfast is holding up well, and that since 2016 its ratings had grown

frivolous manner. The opposing shows might better be described as entertainment. Nothing wrong with that. But this is what it says; a newsbreakfast program.” News Breakfast has some serious talent at its disposal, including the program’s original co-host in 2008. “Barrie Cassidy is in my view one of this country’s pre-eminent political commentators,” Rowland says. “He calls it as it is. There’s a huge switch-on factor when Barrie’s on at 7.30 every Friday.” Trioli notes the program has access to “some of the best foreign correspondents that Australian journalism has to offer, and they’re with us on a daily basis,” she says. “They’re always bringing their top-flight analysis, that’s absolute gold. These reporters are at the absolute top of their game and they’re there every morning for you.” The show’s credibility means many agenda setters choose News Breakfast to appear on. “Some of the names they get: lots of politicians; it’s serious stuff,” says Allen.

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“Whip smart, fantastic ability to laugh at herself and everything else that goes on on this wonderful show.”

WAKE-UP CALL IN AN ERA OF FAST TWEETS AND CLICK BAIT, THE ABC’S BREAKFAST SHOW IS THRIVING ON A SMART APPROACH almost three per cent, and the two years before they jumped 48 per cent. Media watchers are putting it down to a mix of intelligent reporting, the talent and appeal of the hosts and credibility. “There is still a yearning for trustworthy news,” says Steve Allen, of Fusion Strategy. “While the public enjoys the alternative, it’s not quite the same. For the majority of the time theirs is entertainment with news mixed in.” Allen says hosts Virginia Trioli and Michael Rowland have the right mix of smarts and warmth. “Michael is a very good communicator, warm and friendly, and with Virginia you’ve got to be on your toes. They’re well rounded.” Veteran media commentator Harold Mitchell believes it’s all about trust. “You earn the trust you deserve,” he says. “People want it to be reliable. News Breakfast is news at its base but it’s not treated in a

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“If you want to have a more rounded feel for the story you have to be into this program,” he says. The timing means Australian viewers get what Rowland calls “first dibs on the 50,000 tweets that Donald Trump has issued that day” through Zoe Daniel, Conor Duffy or Stephanie March as well as its correspondents in Europe. Trioli and Rowland have worked together for eight of the show’s 10 years. “I really enjoy working with Virginia,” he says. “I think she is the ABC’s best interviewer in news and current affairs. Whip smart, fantastic ability to laugh at herself and everything else that goes on on this wonderful show.” “It’s an extraordinary relationship,” Trioli says. “When you’re sort of flung together you can’t possibly imagine or anticipate that it’s going to work. Part of you is thinking ‘Christ Almighty, in a

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“His news judgement is unerring and impeccable but, at the same time, he has a great sense of fun.”


sense we probably spend more hours together closely than we would with our partners, and at a vulnerable hour of the morning. But it’s worked so well right from the very beginning’. “I’ve said this on air: Michael has probably the best news sense of anyone I’ve ever worked with. His news judgement is unerring and impeccable but, at the same time, he has a great sense of fun. There’s extraordinary trust; that’s the only way it will work. Someone’s leaning, someone’s falling … it’s trusting and it’s affectionate and it’s the joy of this show.” Their personalities are on display more now, which, Rowland says, is “essential for breakfast TV because people feel as though they know us”. “Anybody can read an auto cue but it takes a certain person to have the intelligence to ask serious questions but also to show their human side.”

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rioli says there was a day when the show changed. “It was when our floor director Joe jumped behind the couch and the camera cut back to us too quickly and Joe was fixing our mikes,” she says. “At that moment we both lost it. We are human beings; we are real; yes we present the news and do it damn well but there’s more to us, more going on in our hearts and our minds and we don’t mind you seeing it. “Our informal motto has always been ‘We send you away smarter’,” Trioli says. “We’re unapologetic about knowing that even though we’re in the breakfast slot and it’s morning television, there was no point in you coming to us unless we were there to properly inform you. “What’s probably developed and changed over the years is we’ve come out more as individuals, showing more of ourselves, and what’s come with that is more of a conversational, engaging, more magazine approach, when needed.” In light of the recent budget freeze for the ABC announced in the Federal Budget, Harold Mitchell stresses the program’s importance for the broadcaster. ““News News Breakfast is a very important stake in the ground for the believability of the ABC,” he says. “At any point when there might be budget cuts from time to time, News Breakfast should be protected. It is a cornerstone of the ABC.” ●

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he suburban Aussie backyard used to be so big. It was a vast expanse of patchy, weedy grass with a couple of old trees on the side, a rusty Hills Hoist in the middle, and somewhere down the front, if you looked really hard, tucked away in a tiny corner, a house. No one knew what to do with all that backyard. It was too big to mow, too huge to water, so it became just a place where kids played cricket and adults burnt dead leaves on weekends for fun. There were distant parts of the backyard that you’d never even explored – scary parts where the morning glory grew. That stuff would grab you by its tendrils and drag you into its lair. You couldn’t even bitch about it from far away – it could read lips. Then one day in the late 1990s people started waking up in their cramped little homes, their arms bunched in tight, their knees jammed against their chin – and they looked out the window at their

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People put down nice decking, turned their homes into an “entertainer’s paradise” even though they never ended up doing any entertaining, but at least they had the option if they ever did. Then, in the mid-2000s, these people gazed out again at their gardens and thought, “why do I have all these plants? What’s the point of plants? They just photosynthesise and make oxygen – and who needs oxygen when you could have a home theatre, a guest annexe and a sculpture studio and foundry?” So the builders were brought back to knock out more walls, until the backyard was solid house. All that was left was a tiny strip of “Zen courtyard”, just big enough for one person, if you balanced on one foot on a Japanese river pebble. The big, expansive suburban Aussie backyard was no more. But one day in the early 2010s, people began thinking, “you know what would be nice? A bit more greenery. Hey, maybe I should build a vertical backyard up the side of the house. “Yeah, with patchy, weedy grass, a couple of sideways trees, a patch of morning glory, a sideways Hills Hoist ...” ●

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uw Murdoch is a bread head. A loaf of casalinga was his first love (age 10, Babka, Fitzroy) but sourdough (age 31, Tartine, San Francisco) is what really got him fired up. Murdoch loved the loaf so much he ended his sixyear stint at Market Lane Coffee and started his own gig, Wild Life Bakery, in a former mechanic’s. He’s still good buds with the MLC crew and says: “I’m probably biased, but I think it’s the best coffee in Melbourne!” Guess which beans he uses? Murdoch nabbed MLC’s architect, too, Sarah Trotter – a mate, who’s done an open, minimalist fitout with understated style. The best bit? It’s big. There’s room for pushers (a hit with parent groups) WO R D S ● N I N A R O U S S E AU


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“Every other cafe does eggs on toast and I thought that was a bit boring.” The toasties rock, maybe filled with caramelised onion and Comte, a mild French alpine cheese used in fondue and known as “a good melter”. A spread of Saint David Dairy’s cultured butter on the outside gives the bread its golden glow. Fermentation also informs the menu (it is called “Wild Life”, after all) appearing in a zippy misosesame dressing in the spelt and brown rice bowl and kimchi toastie, the new cult sanga in town. It’s a fat, rollicking ride of thick-cut brioche, sharp cheddar and kimchi, a mild brew fermented with miso, instead of shrimp paste and fish sauce, to

keep it vegetarian. “The people who order it are a bit obsessed,” says Murdoch, as are fans of the hamand-cheese croissant. Murdoch is vego and meat is a newish menu item here, all of it free-range and ethically sourced from Andrew McConnell’s flash Meatsmith butchery. “Turns out people like eating ham!” laughs Murdoch, who was surprised at the H&C croissant runout. You can add braised free-range lamb shoulder to the shakshuka if you like, a fiery dish of slowcooked runny yolkers with spicy capsicum. Kids, dogs, solo with wifi for company – if you’re looking for a brunch hang, this one’s a good ’un. ●

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give you the energy to take on your busy day ahead, but too often we forget that its benefits to our overall health goes far beyond just this. Sleep is essential to keep our immune system in tip-top shape and help us avoid illness. It helps the brain function at an optimal level, benefiting your cognitive abilities and emotional

state and of course makes you a much more pleasant person to be around. When you’re getting your workouts ticked off each day, sleep is essential to help the body rejuvenate and recover. So, when your muscles are aching from smashing out your training each day, a good night’s sleep can be just what the doctor ordered to help you get back to tip-top condition. Still not convinced of the endless benefits of sleep? Lack of sleep can cause intense cravings for bad food, increase your appetite and lead to overeating. When you’re well rested you’re way more likely to make sensible food choices throughout the day and therefore less likely to grab that Mars Bar at 3pm for a much-needed burst of energy. Like most things, when you treat the cause of the problem, you find the solution. So, instead of focusing on getting those extra hours in the

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FINAL WORD “A LUXURY HOME WITH A RESORT FEEL, PERFECTLY LOCATED IN THE HIGHLY REGARDED ROCKBEARE PARK PRECINCT ONLY METRES FROM SHOPS AND SCHOOLS.” DAMIEN CARTER – AGENT

AGENT \ Miles 9497 3222 PRICE \ $2.85 million – $2.95 million AUCTION \ July 7 at 2pm

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Bold colours draw attention to art deco detail in this extended and renovated, 1920s house. With Baltic pine floors, mint-green walls, an open fireplace, red tapestry blinds, drapes and pelmets, and a grand ceiling rose, the dining room goes all-out for period personality, as does the main bedroom. In contrast, the rumpus room opts for modern neutrality. Folding glass doors here forge a double connection with the entertainment terrace, where a barbecue kitchen and a louvered canopy have outdoor entertaining covered. Step down from this terrace to the pool terrace and tiled pool. Walk out to Eaglemont Village, schools and transport. ● KAY KEIGHERY

AGENT \ Miles 9497 3222 PRICE \ $1.125 million – $1.175 million PRIVATE SALE

AGENT \ Jellis Craig 9499 7992 PRICE \ $2.2 million – $2.4 million AUCTION \ June 23 at 10.30am

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11 Latham Street, Ivanhoe This 5/6BR residence on a vast corner block (2166m2 approx) is one of the finest homes in the exclusive Fairy Hills precinct, close to leading schools, transport & shops. Distinguished by opulent Art Nouveau detail & a tower with panoramic views, this imposing home comprises grand living & dining

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Eltham 444 Mount Pleasant Road Exceptional Living With Timeless Appeal Enjoy the benefits of easy care acreage living combined with the flexibility of two impressive dwellings and convenience of Eltham´s schools, boutiques, cafes, eateries, station and professional services in this property custom crafted for comfort, functionality and a relaxed family lifestyle. Delivering welcome tranquillity peace and privacy thanks to four bird and wildlife attracting acres (approx) which surround it, it´s ideal for multi-generational living, a large family, home based business or those seeking to explore the flourishing Air B´n´B market. Expressions of interest: Offers Close Tuesday 26th of June at 5pm (Unless Sold Prior.)

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Eltham North 191 - 193 Ryans Road Premium Opportunity with Development Potential Two separate titles, buy one or both. Each allotment 1,011sqm (approx.) in the coveted College Zone deliver an outstanding opportunity that astute buyers will find too good to refuse. Choose your own builder and design ground up or alternatively develop further (stca).

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• Station, bus, cafes, restaurant, supermarket and abundant parking options all at the doorstep • Zoned Commercial 1 • Flexible opportunity to invest, occupy the apartment, or value add (stca) • Affordable freehold opportunity

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Eltham 80 Eucalyptus Road Highly Accommodating. Perfectly Positioned Set in a serene easy care landscape designed by Gordon Ford, with its longest boundary along the Butterfly Reserve, this exemplary home in the coveted Woodridge Estate offers prestige extras and premium spaces that include multiple living options and flexible accommodation choices. Generously proportioned fine formal living, dining and sitting rooms complement casual living opening to a pool in paved surrounds, five bedrooms (two with ensuites) and a study/ y retreat. y/ On a brilliant low maintenance 1572m2 allotment this is a family entertainer with sensational extras. Expressions Of Interest: Offers Close Tuesday 26th June at 6pm (Unless Sold Prior)

Diamond Creek 46 Kingfisher Drive Perfectly Positioned Family Flexibility Elevated excellence ready for an exclusive family lifestyle, this practically brand new builder´s own home combines generous proportions, quality appointments and floorplan functionality in the coveted St Helena College zone. Casual living meals, formal lounge with theatre equipment, an open study (sitting room if desired) are complemented by a decked alfresco wrapping around two sides of the house. The main bedroom features a sublime stone ensuite with walkin shower, while the remaining three bedrooms share two luxurious stone bathrooms (one with spa). Expressions Of Interest: Offers Close Tuesday 26th June at 5pm (Unless Sold Prior)

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Greensborough 33 Ridge Road Secluded, Serene, Spacious Living A flexible floor plan offering four bedrooms (two with ensuites), three living areas and a choice of decked and paved outdoor living and entertainment areas, all just seconds from Yandell Reserve...this tranquil sanctuary delivers solid, serene, spacious living just minutes from the centre of Greensborough. Tightly held and much loved by our vendors it sits on generous 780m2 corner allotment, in a perfect Greenhill Estate position ensuring an outstanding family lifestyle.

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Briar Hill 50 Fernside Av A enue Fantastic Family Spaces On Fernside An outdoor oasis stepping down to a lush lawn, expansive family accommodation and an address just a short walk from the Briar Hill Village combine to make this superb home the complete family package. Ducted refrigerated climate control, polished timber floors and quality carpet feature in an interior revealing four bedrooms sharing two bathrooms complemented by a Bosch equipped kitchen and a choice of living zones. On a 854m2 allotment (approx.) it´s a soughtafter combination of easy living style and substantial indoor-outdoor spaces.

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Saturday 16th June at 11am Thursday 5 - 5:30pm & Saturday 10:30 - 11am $950,000 - $1,000,000 Scott Hardiman 0430 555 013 Craig Parker 0404 354 686 9435 7666 33ridgeroad.com

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Eltham 6/29 Batman Road Impressive Proportions. Impressive Position Showcasing a distinctive stone feature wall behind a deep front yard of easy care plantings, this delightful free-standing home not only ticks the boxes for irresistible single level living, it adds sensational convenience to its long list of credentials. An easy walk to the station, shops, schools, and all the lifestyle benefits that brings. Immaculate interior spaces include three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two living areas, complemented by a generous decked alfresco in the private rear yard.

Mernda 4 Moorland Way A Showpiece Of Innovation And Design. This exemplary home on a generous 576m2 allotment oozes luxury, liveability and immediately obvious excellence, just moments from the schools, eateries, cafes, shopping options of Mernda Villages and the new station. An adaptable easyliving design introduces expansive living-dining, generous casual living integrating a stone kitchen, and a theatre room fitted with state of the art equipment, all complemented by an enormous alfresco stretching the length of the house. Complete with a long list of desired extras, it´s a showpiece of innovation and design.

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ELTHAM NORTH 26 Heacham Road The inviting family home showcases soaring cathedral ceilings, stylish bamboo floors and lush leafy vistas throughout 2 spacious living areas, timber kitchen/ meals, 3 robed bedrooms (master with spa ensuite), study and zoned family bathroom. The leafy garden and entertainer’s deck are a highlight, along with new carpet, blinds and light fittings, ducted heating/cooling/ vacuum, cubby and double carport with storage. Central to Eltham, Greensborough and St Helena - act now! Auction Saturday 16th June at 11.00am Quote $820,000 - $870,000

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ST HELENA 11 Nurla Place With a winning combination of a quiet cul de sac and parklands just metres from your door, this home has been designed to cope with family life throughout the growing years. This spacious home delivers 4 robed bedrooms, flexible study, stylish lounge, 2 bathrooms, large rumpus and central kitchen/ meals with timber cabinetry and s/steel cooking. A covered alfresco area is perfect for outdoor entertaining, while extras include ducted heating/cooling, air-con and double carport. Positioned within the SHSC zone, you’re close to a choice of schools, bus service, local shops, Ring Road and more. For Sale Quote $790,000 - $850,000 Land size 700m2 approx. View Wednesday 5.00 - 5.30pm Saturday 12.30 - 1.00pm Shane Leete 0419 118 302 Peter Don 0410 609 006 Office 1004 Main Road, Eltham Phone 9439 4022

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MONTMORENCY 46 Cressy Street Only 2 years old and with several years of builder’s warranty to provide peace of mind for one lucky buyer, this sleek modern 2-storey home comprises 4 robed bedrooms (master with WIR/ensuite), stylish bathroom, powder room, study/5th bedroom, lounge/media room, upstairs retreat and beautiful open kitchen/meals/family zone with 900mm s/steel cooking and walk-in pantry. A choice of alfresco zones and stunning rear garden make entertaining a pleasure, while extras include ducted heating, air-con, solar electricity and double garage. Close to Bolton Street shops, Montmorency South Primary School, parklands and bus. Auction Saturday 16th June at 12.00pm

Auction This Saturday

Land size 834m2 approx. View Wednesday 1.00 - 2.00pm Saturday 11.30 - 12.00pm Stuart Buckingham 0411 743 336 Ryan Buckingham 0423 506 187 Office Cnr Rattray Road & Were Street, Montmorency Phone 9434 6666

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MONTMORENCY 183 Grand Boulevard Brimming with contemporary flair, this fabulous easy-care home delivers rich timber floors, fresh modern dĂŠcor and quality appointments that together create the complete Montmorency package. Accommodation includes 3 bedrooms (master with WIR/ensuite), sleek modern bathroom and a spacious kitchen/living/dining zone with study nook, Caesarstone, s/steel appliances and adjoining alfresco deck. Extras include ducted heating, air-con, double glazing, shed and double carport. Enjoy the convenience of being within easy reach of Eltham High School, Leisure Centre, shops, train, bus and more. Auction Saturday 16th June at 11.00am

Auction This Saturday

Land size 350m2 approx. View Thursday 6.00 - 6.30pm Saturday 10.30 - 11.00am David Oakley 0439 397 284 Scott Anderson 0412 855 775 Office 104 Grimshaw St, Greensborough Phone 9435 0999

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MONTMORENCY 5/112 Para Road Secure your place in ever-popular Montmorency with this outstanding home just a short walk from Were Street shops, bus, train station and schools. The convenience is unbeatable! The single level interior includes 3 robed bedrooms (master with ensuite), 1 bathroom and a fabulous open kitchen/dining/living zone with quality appliances, bay window and plenty of room to move. The paved courtyard is sunny and easy to manage, offering plenty of scope to add a herb garden or vegie patch. Additional features include ducted heating/cooling, full-sized laundry, lockup garage and plenty of off-street parking. Act quickly! Auction Saturday 23rd June at 12.00pm View Thursday 5.00 - 5.30pm Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Stuart Buckingham 0411 743 336 Amanda Beck 0447 374 220 Office Cnr Rattray Road & Were Street, Montmorency Phone 9434 6666

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WATSONIA 1 Reeves Street This classic weatherboard residence on a generous 742m2 allotment offering plenty of room to move, with great potential as and when you please. This inviting home enjoys a good-sized living/dining area with cosy gas log fire, central kitchen with gas cooktop and wall oven, 4 bedrooms (1 with WIR), 2 stylish updated bathrooms and a family room with garden access. The spacious and well-tended rear garden is level and full of family appeal, while extras include evaporative cooling, solar electricity, carport, pretty picket fence and every Watsonia amenity just a short stroll from home. Auction Saturday 23rd June at 1.00pm Land size 742m2 approx. View Thursday 5.00 - 5.30pm Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Stuart Buckingham 0411 743 336 Scott Anderson 0412 855 775 Office 104 Grimshaw St, Greensborough Phone 9435 0999

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INNOVATIVE DESIGN, IDYLLIC SURROUNDS Perfectly designed for modern families; this captivating tri-level home boasts an impressive fusion of flexible living areas enhanced by light and timber lined Cathedral ceilings. Offering a myriad of places to relax outdoors; sit out on the elevated deck with a glass of wine at day’s end or entertain in style in the secluded backyard with an outdoor spa and leafy surrounds. A huge lower-level rumpus room with a study area provides a great teenager’s retreat or an additional living space.

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Doncaster East $740,000

Doncaster $1,750,000

Donvale $1,150,000

Doncaster East $1,366,000

Doncaster $1,555,000

Bulleen $685,000

Doncaster East $1,200,000

Bulleen $1,230,000

Balwyn North $1,585,000

Doncaster $860,000

Doncaster $3,760,000

Blackburn North $908,000

Doncaster $1,335,000

Box Hill North $1,501,000

Forest Hill $646,000

Doncaster East $1,362,000

152 properties sold in 90 days.

Doncaster East $1,451,000

Here’s just some of our exceptional results...

Doncaster East $815,000

Donvale $1,670,000

Bulleen $1,005,000

Nunawading $603,000

Warrandyte South $1,845,000

Donvale $1,754,000

Mitcham $1,400,000

Donvale $998,000

Bulleen $1,320,000

Donvale $1,060,000

Doncaste $1,998,000

Templestowe $2,900,000

Warrandyte $2,050,000

Doncaster $1,420,000

Templestowe $1,330,000

Mitcham $730,000

Bulleen $1,302,000

Manningham 9842 8888

Whitehorse 9878 0222

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Donvale $1,225,000

Doncaster $650,000

Lower Plenty $445,000

Templestowe $1,290,000

Doncaster $1,600,000

Warrandyte $3,250,000

Donvale $820,000

Vermont $897,500

Mitcham $1,140,000

Blackburn North $1,038,000

Templestowe Lower $1,150,000

Eltham North $865,000

Templestowe Lower $903,500

Templestowe $655,000

Templestowe Lower $900,000

Doncaster East $700,000

An experienced sales team with the know-how to get properties sold (and for a great price!) in this marketplace.

Templestowe Lower $1,045,000

We have an overflow of buyers still wanting to purchase. If you are considering selling, contact us today to take advantage of our large excess buyer pool.

Doncaster $1,413,000

Donvale $1,261,000

Bulleen $2,430,000

Doncaster East $829,000

Eltham $885,000

Box Hill North $720,000

Bulleen $1,200,000

Vermont South $735,500

Nunawading $704,000

Box Hill South $1,615,000

Vermont $901,000

Doncaster East $1,326,000

Doncaster East $1,330,000

Doncaster East $1,550,000

Bulleen $1,770,000

Eltham $766,000

Montmorency $855,000

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Montmorency 6 Elmo Road

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This modern design features spacious bedrooms with robes, contemporary bathrooms, plus an open plan living, dining and kitchen area with stainless steel appliances. A downstairs retreat provides options while covered entertaining has an outdoor kitchen. A landscaped backyard, heating and cooling are valued additions.

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Watsonia North 20 Edmund Rice Parade

Ideally located spacious family home Generously proportioned brick home ideally suit large family with 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2 living areas plus study. Downstairs master (WIR) and ensuite bathroom, lounge/ theatre with bar, family room, formal and casual dining options, covered patio and gazebo. Kitchen with La Germania 90cm stove, plentiful bench and storage space. Ducted heating, ducted vac, alarm, ceiling fans and double auto garage.

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Greensborough14 Julie Court

Cleverly zoned for family comfort. This 4 bedroom home offers comfortable family living with separate lounge, study and family rooms plus expansive alfresco entertaining area. Central kitchen and dining space. Master (BIRs) with ensuite. Features hardwired internet connection throughout, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, security doors, secure double carport. Ideally located close to parkland with easy access to Diamond Creek Road, St Helena shops, St Helena Secondary College and Glen Katherine Primary School. Metres to 518 bus stop.

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Watsonia 182 Watsonia Road

A deep block creates options. Situated on a deep and gently sloping allotment of approximately 601sqm this 3 bedroom brick home provides options for investors, first home buyers, those seeking a new home site and potentially, developers. Comprising formal living, dining and family rooms, central kitchen with gas cooktop, ample storage and a large servery opening to the family room. Features split system air conditioning, alarm system and security doors, single carport. Close to shops, schools, bus and train.

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Nutfield 550 Hurstbridge-Arthurs Creek Rd

Idyllic rural retreat – approx. 25 acres With panoramic views across rolling countryside to the Kinglake Ranges, this magnificent 25 acre property presents an exciting opportunity for horse lovers, hobby farmers and tradies wanting storage. With Hurstbridge and Doreen conveniences just minutes away, this 3-bedroom home is a true family haven complete with 2 living areas plus a separate 3-room guest/teenage retreat and beautiful gardens. The beautiful grazing land is thoroughly fenced, complemented by multiple sheds, holding yards and more.

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Tues, 3rd July at 5.00pm PRICE $1,150,000 - $1,250,000 INSPECT Wednesday 2:30 - 3:00pm Saturday 1:30 - 2:00pm

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Greensborough 33 Louis Street

Character and charm on 1,020m2!! This picturesque weatherboard home features a choice in living zones with formal lounge, kitchen/meals and downstairs rumpus. 3 great sized bedrooms are serviced by the central bathroom. Features refrigerated cooling, ducted heating, alarm and dishwasher. A huge backyard is landscaped with built in BBQ that leads to a grassed area. The large block provides opportunity for an extension or perhaps sub-division (STCA).

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LAND 1020 sqm approx.

Greensborough 9432 9919

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