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hy is it that when a proud parent pins up a beneficial ventures that need support at inception and a child’s schoolwork on their office wall, it’s flourishing industry to carry them along. Art education, never a perfect-score maths test or a brilliant argues Crean, is central to this. science report? Instead, it is always art – from the Universal arts education – art as part of the national very first scratchings in preschool, to the fully blown curriculum from primary school – might prove to be painting or photograph of secondary school. Art is the one of the most important elements of this new national window into a child’s creativity and imagination, focus on the arts. When I was discussing this and that is what we are always so moved to much-expected policy with various arts figures – a good witness that we want to share it with everyone great and small – they all, to a person, insisted working we can. that unless there was a whole lot of new The federal government’s long-awaited money associated with it, then the document life can be arts and cultural policy puts art education would be just a bunch of “blah, blah, blah” – had in and early exposure to culture at the centre and they are right, in part. the arts of a document that few seem to have much It seems to me that Crean is trying to argue complaint about – particularly when it comes something even deeper: that unless you show with a swag of new money. Australians from childhood how important the In a sign of how tight the times are, Arts Minister internal creative world is in all of us, then you’ll never Simon Crean has managed to scratch together achieve the kind of fulfilled and talented society that $235 million – $195 million of it is new money – by modern Australia should be. Yes, the money also needs cadging existing funds from various other portfolios to be there to help those who have been inspired in that intersect with his, in order to bring about a policy this way to establish an economically sound career, that argues that the arts in Australia have grown and there is some of that: for example, the Regional into mature, multidisciplinary and economically Development Australia Fund ($40 million) and

$20.8 million for six elite training academies in particular deliver on this promise. But the government is asking those who want financial help to engage with other artists to cross-pollinate ideas and link their creative skills with others – dance and music, theatre and literature – in order to best take advantage of the public funds on offer and to maximise their chances of success. Creative Partnerships Australia (which now takes in the old Australian Business Arts Foundation) has been allocated an additional $8.6 million to encourage new funding models – crowd sourcing and micro loans, for example, so the private sector will have new roles to play here, too. Australia will always struggle with the simple demographic realities of a lack of critical mass: our small population might never be enough to support independently all the arts industries that want to flourish. There will never be enough money, public or private, for that. But as Crean seems to be saying, while not everyone can be Cate Blanchett or Peter Weir, a good working life can be had in the arts, if we take it seriously, treat it seriously and embrace it as only a thoughtful, mature country can. \

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Cover Story Tom Elliott has a famous surname but he’s making his own history. PETER WILMOTH found out how


t’s said an apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree, but sitting here with Tom Elliott I’m telling you that’s wrong. On so many levels. The apple has fallen a hell of a long way. The 42-year-old son of John Elliott could not be more different to the old man. For starters, Tom’s into psychedelic music, the so-called “shoegazing” style out of Britain in the late ’80s. He’s reasonably moderate politically (Elliott the elder once accused his son of being a socialist) and he’s a hip, modern guy. A friend of mine even described him as “eye candy”, an epithet never given a huge workout for Elliott the elder. No doubt, Tom Elliott is his own man, with strong and fascinating views on his famous father (and mother, the one-time state Liberal MP Lorraine Elliott), and the world around him. But first let’s get to know the man who has replaced a not-thrilled Derryn Hinch in the Drive slot on 3AW. We are talking in Elliott’s Collins Street office (he is a non-executive director of a firm called Beulah Capital, a private wealth-management group and, as well as his radio program, he has a two-morning-a-week role overseeing investment strategy). Elliott is charming, relaxed and effortlessly conversational. He’s dressed casually because he’s ridden his bike in. I had suggested we meet in a café but he nominated his office. “I’m a bit old-fashioned,” he said. Finally he sounded just a tiny bit like his father. Tom Elliott grew up in Balwyn and Canterbury, one of five children. It was a privileged upbringing, but his parents made sure money didn’t scramble good values. “We had a pretty conventional, middle-class upbringing,” he says. “I went to Carey (Grammar) from prep, 1973-1985. My sister went there when it went co-ed.” When Tom was at school, his father was one of the most influential figures in the country. “Dad obviously, in the ’80s, became quite a big and powerful, successful figure, very well known. In 1987 he was president of Carlton when they won the flag, head of Elders IXL, by sales the second-biggest company in Australia, and he was president of the Liberal Party. It seemed as though he had this trifecta of business, politics and sport. “Dad was away a lot. My mother really brought us up and did a great job. Both my parents, having come from sort of lower middle-class backgrounds, were pretty old-fashioned in their values. We never had religion rammed down our throats, we never had schoolwork rammed down our throats. I got good marks but it was never my parents standing over me saying ‘You have to do this’. It was up to us.” He says the family was well-off but the children weren’t spoilt. “Dad always made it clear he would never buy us a car, would never buy us a house, would never give us money. We had to work. “But he said ‘We’ll go overseas every year and you’ll see the world and you’ll get as good an education as you want, as high as you want to go’, he would fund it. “I was lucky enough to go to Oxford and I saw plenty of people who have done brilliantly since and I’ve seen plenty of people who have done absolutely nothing with their lives, notwithstanding the fact that they had a great education.” Elliott lived overseas for three years, in the US and Canada, before two years at Oxford University doing a bachelor of arts in philosophy, politics and economics. Did he feel the pressure of being John’s son? “There was a bit of that, probably in the late ’80s, early ’90s. I was in my early 20s … dad and mum had always made it clear that we had to do our own thing in life. Dad didn’t want me to go to Oxford, he thought it was a waste, but mum said ‘You’d love it’,’’ he says.

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“I think mum had a rather romantic notion of what it would be like. I remember when I came back, she said ‘You still sound exactly the same, that’s a bit disappointing’, that I would acquire some English accent.” What, come back sounding like Sebastian Flyte from Brideshead Revisited? “That’s exactly what I thought. Being wheeled around in a bathchair clutching a teddy bear wearing a cricket blazer.” The kids were taken around the world. “Dad took me to the Soviet Union in 1987 – he was on some trade visit and I just went along. Real eye-opener. Anyone these days who says they’re in favour of socialism, I say I saw it when it was real and it ain’t that good.” Elliott worked as a stockbroker in the 1980s and then a funds manager. He fell into broadcasting at community radio 3RRR. “That’s been a great teacher. You only have to look at the list of people who have emerged from 3RRR over the years to see that community radio is a very valuable asset,” he says. He mentioned Kate Langbroek, Dave Hughes, Dave O’Neil, John Safran, Angus Sampson, Sam Pang and Adam Zwar. “We all came out of the ’90s and early 2000s from 3RRR and worked together at different times. “I do remember the sliding-door moment in ’93 when I met a friend from university – I hadn’t seen her for a while – Kate Paton. She was quite big in TV but at that time was reading the news at 3RRR,” he says. “I said ‘It’s great that you do that’ and she said ‘We’re looking for people to come and do segments. Would you be interested?’. I thought about it for a couple of weeks, then thought ‘Bugger it, I should give this a go’. If I hadn’t done that I’m not sure I would have got into broadcasting.”


ast year’s ABC series Agony Uncles featured one of Australia’s more interesting double acts when John and Tom Elliott appeared on the program together, offering their often different views on being a man. The pair was “discovered” by Agony producer Adam Zwar. “I was hosting the weekend show on 3AW and someone couldn’t come in one day and I said to dad, ‘Could you come in for half an hour?’ And the phones rang off the hook – this is a Sunday afternoon, it’s usually fairly quiet. It was funny and I enjoyed this and I said to the program manager, ‘Could we have dad on regularly?’ So half an hour tuned into an hour and on that show it was the highest-rating show by a long way,” Elliott says. “We sort of built this rather interesting rapport and it’s an odd one because I’m the host and he’s the guest. So I’m the one who has to direct traffic and he just says whatever he feels like. “He now does a regular segment on Drive on Thursdays. We built an interesting relationship like that. I don’t debate things with him too much, I just sort of throw ideas out there and he just reacts.” John Elliott has transformed himself, almost into a professional grumpy old man. “I don’t know whether he’s re-invented himself so much as having just evolved into one,” Elliott says. “He doesn’t like to admit it, but he’s 71 now and men of his age and ilk do tend to become a bit grumpy and set in their ways.” Their differences are why they work as a double act. “I remember dad once called me a socialist, which in our family is a serious insult – socialist, Collingwood supporter, the lowest of the low.” What did Tom do to deserve that? “It was just after I’d finished my masters degree, maybe advocating some sort of fairer distribution of income, something

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some sort of fairer distribution of income, something like that.” Tom offers an unvarnished portrait of his father. “Dad and I … I wouldn’t say we were estranged, but he and mum split up in the mid-’80s. “I think we were all a bit angry with dad about that, about the break-up. It is natural. One of the things you realise as you get older, your parents are only human as well. They make mistakes. To think they’re perfect is the wrong thing to do. Even as a little kid you probably do think the sun shines out of their bum. As you get older you realise they are imperfect people as well.” I asked Elliott if it was difficult to develop his own political philosophy given his father’s was so well-known. “Not really,” he says. “My sister is much more political than I am. She’s quite involved with the Liberal Party. I’m not at all. I’ve been a member on and off. I’m not a member at the moment.” Lorraine Elliott was a member of state parliament during what Tom Elliott calls “the glory years of the Kennett administration”. She left politics in 2002. “Because mum was the one who brought us up more, I probably inherited more of her feelings about things.” He’s not tempted by politics. “People always say ‘Why don’t you go into politics?’. Well, having seen it up close … actually it’s a terrible job.”


t 3AW he brings a different style to his predecessor Derryn Hinch. “In the past I thought there was too much – sermonising’s not the right word – but ‘This is what you need to hear’, sort of thing. I like to have it a bit more interactive. “I probably see the world a little greyer (than Derryn does). I certainly have my opinions but you’ve got to realise that other people have opinions too. There’s always at least two sides, sometimes more, to a story.” Is Elliott a good listener? “I think I’ve got better at it. When I was younger and dumber I was more convinced of my own opinions … I’ve changed my mind on certain issues. Neil Mitchell gave me some very good advice when I started hosting back in ’06. He wrote me a short letter and the last thing he said was ‘Remember to listen’, and he underlined it.” Elliott met Channel Nine journalist Elise Mooney after he released a compilation CD of psychedelic music. “Elise bought it and liked it and my email address might have been somewhere in the sleeve notes, and she got in contact with me,” he says. “We had a shared love of music, which is always a good start and we’ve been together ever since.” The pair have a daughter, Ava, 3, who recently started kinder. The Elliotts will soon move into the Fitzroy house they’ve been renovating. He’s ready for his life of broadcasting and family life. At 42 with a three-year-old, Elliott is an older dad. “I was like a lot of people, I let that side of life kind of trundle along. I thought I’d probably have kids one day. Then I realised ‘Oh God, I’m turning 40 this year’. I do think our generation is doing things later …” In 2011, I interviewed John Elliott. He told me: “Now Tom’s become a fairly public person … They used to say, ‘You’re the son of John Elliott?’, now it’s ‘You’re the father of Tom Elliott’.” As the son’s profile increases, that question might be asked even more. We Welcome your feedback @

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friend who did Febfast said the hardest thing about not drinking was being able to stay up at night without the booze buzz. It’s not that she wasn’t having fun being out and about. More that, in the past, she relied on alcohol for the stimulus, and the sugar, to be able to stay up past 9pm. Alcohol gives you energy, of course, but it also makes time evaporate into thin air. Have a lot of it and it can make you forget that it’s even late. Or that you’ve got to work the next day. My friend said that without it she lost interest in whatever was happening – all she could think about was her cosy, warm bed at home. And I have this theory. For eternity, adults have been fermenting just about everything they can get their hands on – wheat, bark, the honey of a stingless bee. Almost every ancient civilisation we know about gave it a go. And that’s because, without it, no one would have ever been able to stay up much past the time that the sun goes down. We’re just not meant to. Humans are made to be in the cave, in bed by the fire, by 9pm, and if they’re not it’s because they’re up drunk and dancing around it. There just doesn’t appear to be an in-between. And I realised during a flight from Sydney this week, when a woman threatened to vomit, a toddler screamed incessantly and I sat wedged between two large men who were so close to me I could feel the hairs on their arms touching mine, that there are a few other things humans really aren’t made to do. Flying is definitely one. I don’t have a problem with aerodynamics, nor that weird, surreal, existential moment when you realise you’re in the air. It’s the discomfort. Aeroplanes are clever things, they’re just not designed

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to have people in them. Nor are airports. They’re nothing but a series of corridors that lead everywhere, and yet nowhere, and all of them look the same. What’s different is how we navigate them. Suits sprint along like they own those corridors, people on holiday manage the process by drinking beer at breakfast, parents seem to get through the endless foot journey with the help of lollies and Disney activity sets, and anyone over the age of 60 will arrive three hours early, just in case they get lost. Who can blame them – those corridors are hard, man. I don’t think humans were meant to eat wheat or drink milk either, nor should they be employed in the business of door-to-door sales. I’ve just had someone bang on my door right now and it frightened the life out of me. These days, when the doorbell goes off or the landline rings, I jump high and then I realise someone is trying to sell me something. Or it’s my mum. And the other thing that I’m not entirely convinced we should be doing is driving. The amount of faith and trust you need to impart to the universe and every other madman on the road to not make a mistake is just too much, which isn’t such a good thought to have at a busy intersection. So, if we’re not meant to drive, fly, stay up past nine, eat wheat and drink milk and bang on other people’s doors offering them things, we may as well be back in the cave. I’m up for it. \

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bit. I love a good pop of colour. Knowing silhouettes that work for you is a must, and I am a big fan of clean lines and something bold.” Lake began modelling at 20, having appeared in campaigns for Ralph Lauren, Versus for Versace and J. Mendel and walked on the international catwalks of Fendi and Chanel. But it’s her love of photography that has seen her make modelling a part-time pursuit. Her Westfield collaboration combines her photographs with a film campaign titled Fashion Lust, directed by Gracie Otto and starring rugby league’s David Williams in his debut on-screen role. Fashion Lust showcases the stellar line-up of Westfield brands including Willow, Zimmermann, Arthur Galan, Ginger & Smart, Sass & Bide, Bottega Veneta, Gucci and Jimmy Choo. “It’s such an interesting concept; it’s not just about modelling,” says Lake. “It’s a whole creative package.” \ » »

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treet-style photographer and now part-time model Candice Lake is on a winning streak. She might call London home (and has since 2009) but with family in Brisbane, she’s always finding her way back and this time arrives in Australia to collaborate with Westfield. Let it be known, Lake is everywhere. She runs a successful blog, got the attention of British Vogue online and now travels the globe shooting street-style photos for its website every time there’s a fashion week to chase. She can be found in the front rows of international shows and scouts the next most interesting person to snap. This season she’s the face of Westfield in Melbourne and Sydney and is here to promote the power of street styling for its autumn/winter 2013 campaign. Street style isn’t about highbrow or lowbrow labels – it’s merely an art that sees a bit of both find its way into your own style with cues often taken from catwalk trends. I caught up with Lake recently while she was visiting Melbourne to be part of the Westfield campaign. “I was actually posting images online from the shoot and was told to take them down because it was all very hush at the time,” says a chirpy Lake, eager to be the first to break news via Twitter to her devout followers. “What I love about being in Melbourne is that it really is the fashion capital of Australia,” she says “It’s very European and chic. The clothes we shot show the diverse nature of Melbourne from big personality pieces to cool labels both locally and international.” Before arriving in Melbourne for the L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival, Lake shuffled between London, New York and Paris for each of their respective fashion weeks. “I love travelling because you see how incredibly different each city is but how close and interconnected we are,” she says of the jet-setting lifestyle. “I find travel very exciting, It’s like small subcultures around the world existing on their own and I love seeing how they each interpret fashion. I never get bored jumping on a plane.” She’s been running her blog since 2011 and says the popularity of street-style photography is on the rise. “It is a lot more prevalent now than when I started,” she says. “You see huge amounts of people outside of fashion shows doing photography. I guess you could say street style is the translation of our fantasy into reality. “People love it because it is hard to interpret the Prada runway into real life, but not so hard to acquire street style when you’re photographing editors and other fashion people and seeing what they do with fashion. I think that’s why it’s been a success.” Lake (who is also launching Bonds in the British market) is also one of the few who can say that she has modelled for Alberta Ferretti in Milan just last year. She says street style is all about embracing what works for you: “It’s about knowing your style and pushing it a

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hen it comes to Elsternwick’s most prestigious estates, Rippon Lea mansion keeps much of the suburb’s heritage housing stock in its shadow. In the grander scheme of things, an estate such as Lurgancanty flies under the radar. The sprawling but refined Victorian residence presides quietly over 2206 square metres of land, tucked away behind high fences, manicured gardens and a tree-lined driveway. One mustn’t draw attention to oneself, after all. The house and its grounds speak of century-old prestige, of sumptuous dinners and garden parties by the fountain. But for all the elaborate cornices, lavish drapes and decorative archways, there’s a distinct liveability about the house that suggests perhaps we aren’t so different from our ancestors after all. The house has been in the hands of its vendors for 25 years, during which time they performed a contemporary update of its kitchen and living area, but preserved much of the period character. A tessellated-tiled return verandah down one side of the house provides living and entertainment spaces, with not only a picturesque outlook through french

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doors but also a spot to sit outside and enjoy it. The lounge, dining, study, and all four bedrooms have been restored with ceiling roses, layers of cornices and wallpaper in rich colour schemes. The main bedroom has a spacious en suite and a dressing room with a size and scale to put its contemporaries to shame. Updates to the kitchen, living and meals area have created a contemporary space sympathetic to the original front of the house. Miele appliances, granite benchtops and an open floor plan contribute to low-maintenance living. The adjacent conservatory, shaded by a thick canopy of trees, is a reminder that luxury is never far off. A self-contained unit at the rear shows staff were well taken care of way back when – now guests can be too. The estate features a pool, spa, sauna and six-car garage with adjoining garage/workshop, and though you could never imagine needing a change of scenery, should the situation arise, Harleston Park is next door. After presenting this elegant picture of prestige, it’s safe to say Lurgancanty won’t be flying under the radar much longer. \ JO DAVY

elsternwick \ 53 Shoobra road Built c1890, Linbrae is a classic example of Victorian architecture, with a hint of the more ornate Italianate-style. There’s something wonderfully eclectic about this house, with myriad light-filled spaces. Period features such as high ceilings and restored fireplaces complement the more modern look of crisp white paint and dark polished floorboards. The main bedroom has a chandelier, fireplace, bay window and walk-through wardrobe to a marble en suite. A formal lounge has peaceful front garden vistas. The fifth bedroom or study has large windows overlooking a breakfast deck. The kitchen features granite benchtops and Miele appliances. Across from the kitchen is a greenhouse-like dining room, surrounded by windows and french doors. At the rear, the family room opens to a dining deck, and towering, established trees including a Canary Island palm. The tiled pool and spa is next to a garage-cum-studio. The original solid-timber balustrade leads upstairs to two bedrooms with Juliette balconies. One has city views, the other has bay views, as does a third bedroom on the other side of the shared tessellated-tiled bathroom with a clawfoot bath. \ MICHELLE OSTROw ZUkERMAN




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Bennison Mackinnon \ 9864 5000

Price \ $1.7 million – $1.9 million

Auction \ March 23 at 1.30pm




final word “One Of elsternwick’s true landmark prOperties. exceptiOnal land size, ideal OrientatiOn and a perfect pOsitiOn.” Bill stravakis – aGent

Biggin & Scott \ 9523 9444

Price \ about $4.5 million

Auction \ March 23 at 2pm

Fast facts \ Grand Victorian mansion Lurgancanty on a 2206-square metre block adjacent to Harleston Park; magnificent original detail throughout large formal rooms and bedrooms including layered cornices, elaborate ceiling roses, grand fireplaces and a tessellated-tiled return verandah; spacious main bedroom with en suite and large dressing room; open-plan kitchen and meals area with Miele appliances and granite benchtops; west-facing conservatory; self-contained unit with kitchen, lounge, bedroom and bathroom; self-contained home office above a six-car garage with adjacent garage/workshop; fully tiled, extra-deep pool; spa; sauna; expansive gardens with tree-lined gravel driveway and water feature; ducted heating, cooling and vacuum. Elsternwick \ 8kms from the city



CAULFIELD NORTH \ 4 Malvern Grove

Gary Peer \ 9526 1999

Price \ $1.25 million – $1.375 million


MURRUMBEENA \ 18 reid Street

Auction \ March 23 at 3.30pm

Hocking Stuart \ 9569 3666 Price \ $1.075 million – $1.175 million Auction \ March 23 at 1.30pm

With a raised, tessellated-tiled verandah and leadlight windows, this Edwardian charmer is an inviting opportunity close to Caulfield Park. The graceful qualities of the original building are present everywhere you look up front, with tall, grand ceilings picked out with rose details and arches in the main hallway. Two large bedrooms sit up front, with tall, cream walls and picture rails. Plantation shutters allow the glow from the stained-glass windows to filter through. Luxuriously carpeted, the main bedroom has an immaculate en suite with two-headed shower that leads to a walk-in wardrobe. The bedroom across the hall has a gas log fire. Moving through, a grand formal lounge and separate dining space sit open-plan on either side of the hallway. Beyond this is the extension, with three smaller bedrooms, laundry and second bathroom sitting off a shared family meals area. The big kitchen has a La Germania stainless-steel oven with five-burner range. Kids will love the in-ground trampoline in the tree-lined backyard, with a paved dining area for the adults. \ STEPHEN A RUSSELL

Sprawling over two floors, this modern entertainer makes the most of family life. Travertine tiles line a broad entrance hallway, with a generous bedroom on the left. It has its own oatmeal and cream-coloured en suite with big shower. A separate powder room leads back to the hall. Across the way, the double garage is easily accessible, with an open-plan lounge just beyond. Frosted-glass double doors mark the entrance to the huge family and meals area to the rear of the property, with a stylish, stonetopped kitchen holding court in one corner. Budding chefs will be spoiled, with no fewer than four Miele ovens. A butler’s pantry adds to the convenience. Kids will love the adjacent theatre room, while the rear living room wall is given over to bifold doors, with a low-maintenance deck out back. Upstairs, the main bedroom cleverly creates a dressing area by sectioning off the bank of builtin wardrobes. Three further bedrooms sit across a roomy retreat, all sharing the main bathroom. Ducted heating and evaporative cooling make this a cosy dream. \ STEPHEN A RUSSELL









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oRMonD \ 2/1 Bewdley Street

Bentleigh east \ 51 MarlBorough Street

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Buxton \ 9563 9933

Price \ $1.149 million

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Hocking Stuart \ 9557 7733

Price \ $550,000 – $600,000

Auction \ March 23 at 3.30pm

Spread over 30 squares, this luxurious family house is perched in low-maintenance surrounds. The ground floor encompasses a sun-drenched, family and meals area that flows backs towards a slick, stone kitchen with soft-closing drawers, pendant lights and Smeg appliances. A formal lounge sits across the hall, with a compact bedroom or study to the rear, powder room and separate laundry. Automatic doors open from Walnut Street to a double garage. At the top of the stairs, with storage underneath, the main bedroom takes over almost half the top floor. A beautifully appointed en suite with double vanity has mirrored cabinets, and beside it a mammoth walk-in wardrobe has a shoe rack and full-length wall-mounted mirror. Two further bedrooms are generous, one with built-in wardrobe, the second with walk-in. They share a second bathroom with double vanity, tub and shower. A smaller room would be ideal as a study or home office. All this and the entertainer’s deck outside make this a fantastic family offering in the heart of a good school catchment area. \ STEPHEN A RUSSELL

It’s hard to buy an apartment for a good price these days, let alone a standalone house on a corner block. Built in the 1950s, this classic, cream-brick house features original timber highlights throughout: timber blinds, picture-rails, architraves and flooring. Just off the entry are interconnecting lounge and dining rooms, creating a feeling of spaciousness. The main bedroom has built-in wardrobes with slidingmirrored doors. Next door is the second bedroom, or study. At the rear is the an updated kitchen. It has a large, freestanding, stainless-steel Whirlpool oven, stainless-steel splashback and AEG dishwasher, plus white cabinetry. Off here is the third bedroom with a built-in wardrobe and a large window that overlooks the back garden. Recently renovated are the laundry, with plenty of storage, and a central bathroom, which has beige porcelain tiles, chocolate-coloured floor tiles, feature lighting and a half-size bath, a shower and double basin. The back garden is low-maintenance, with a paved area set near low shrubs and a lawn. \ MICHELLE OSTROW ZUKERMAN










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Hocking Stuart Caulfield 8532 5200 3





Gary Peer & Associates 9066 4688 5





Hocking Stuart Bentleigh 9557 7733 5





Woodards Oakleigh 9568 1188 2, 3

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2 Arthur Street, Caulfield North ................................................................. Price: POA ................................................................. Auction Saturday April 6 at 1pm ................................................................. OFI Sat, Sun as advertised .................................................................

24 Allison Road, Elsternwick ................................................................. Price: $1.4 million - $1.54 million ................................................................. Auction Sunday March 24 at 10.30am ................................................................. OFI Sat 11-11.30am; Sun from 10am .................................................................

11 Liverpool Street, Bentleigh East ................................................................. Price: $700,000 - $770,000 ................................................................. Auction Saturday March 23 at 10.30am ................................................................. OFI Wed 5-5.30pm; Sat from 10am .................................................................

1-21/2 Albert Avenue, Oakleigh ................................................................. Price: POA ................................................................. Private sale ................................................................. OFI By appointment .................................................................

This three-bedroom, two-bathroom stunning art-deco beauty with 21st-century style has a study area, Vogue kitchen, north-facing living and a deck.

This family-friendly entertainer has plenty of room for all. The expansive floor plan showcases a lounge, family/meals, outdoor room, big kitchen and a rumpus room.

A generous five-bedroom house with two studies, three bathrooms, three spacious living zones, a tranquil, paved rear garden and a double garage.

This never-to-be-repeated, blue-chip development, from a reputable builder, has set a benchmark for apartment living in Oakleigh.

Let's eat lunch @ Caffe Uffizi, 53 Hawthorn Road Let's eat dinner @ Limors' Bar & Grill, 67 Kooyong Road Let's drink coffee @ Caffe Uffizi, 53 Hawthorn Road

Let's eat lunch @ Pound Café, 1/3 Carre Street Let's eat dinner @ After The Tears, 9b Gordon Street Let's drink coffee @ Loco Coffee, 436 Glen Huntly Road

Let's eat lunch @ AJ's Bakery, 243 East Boundary Road Let's eat dinner @ Little Thai, 699 Centre Road Let's drink coffee @ Espresso Affair, 688 Centre Road

Let's eat lunch @ Meat Me Souvlakeri, 24 Eaton Mall Let's eat dinner @ Backbone, 28 Eaton Mall Let's drink coffee @ Vanilla, 17-21 Eaton Mall

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Bentleigh East 15A Lancaster Street A blend of outstanding design, lifestyle and family living. Quality and space comes to the McKinnon Sec College zone in this brand new 3 bedroom + study 2.5 bathroom town residence. With the extra attention to detail to maximise family function, this light filled home enjoys a stylish study, beautiful lounge, step down to vast open plan entertaining with luxury stone kitchen (DeLonghi appls), 3 large bedrooms upstairs (BIRs, main - WIR & vogue ensuite) & fitted laundry. Landscaped with a pergola covered deck, gardens & lawn, it boasts high ceilings, stone benchtops, ducted heating, evap cooling, security system, video intercom, excellent storage, ducted vac, solar hot water, & an auto garage (auto gates). Moments to schools, McKinnon Reserve & bus. 18 The weekly review \ MARCH 20, 2013




Wed 5.30 - 6.00pm & Sat from 11.00am Sat 23rd March - 11.30am 68 / H11 > EPR $920,000 - $990,000 > OFFICE Bentleigh 390 Centre Road 3204 > TEL 9557 7733 > CONTACT David Picking 0408 378 170 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF

Bentleigh 127 Tucker Road A timeless treasure with plenty of inspiration. Proudly sitting on this sought after corner, this cherished 3 bedroom Californian Bungalow is being offered for the first time in 65 years. Beautifully maintained with scope to renovate and extend or subdivide (STCA), this enchanting home enjoys lovely timber detail, leadlights, 10ft ornate ceilings & timber fretwork, 3 large bedrooms (main with robes), captivating lounge (gas heater), eat-in kitchen (WI pantry), bathroom, study area, sunny family room & laundry with separate toilet. The west facing rear garden has a garage and loads of inspiration to make it what you want. A casual stroll to Centre Rd for all your transport, shopping & coffee needs, easy walk to schools & parkland. Land 780sqm approx. 3




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Wed 5.15 - 5.45pm & Sat from 2.00pm Sat 23rd March - 2.30pm 77 / G2 $720,000 - $790,000 Bentleigh 390 Centre Road 3204 9557 7733 Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Nick Renna 0411 551 190

Bentleigh East 11 Liverpool Street A super sized family surprise. Accommodating your flexible family needs, this generous 5 bedroom + 2 studies, 3 bathroom family home has a zoned floorplan to suit. Warm and inviting with scope to enhance, this homely charmer features 5 big bedrooms (robes), 3 neat bathrooms, lovely lounge & dining (wood heater), timber panelled family room (polished boards), central kitchen (s/steel appliances), 2 studies and upstairs retreat. The tranquil paved rear garden is ideal for entertaining, while other features include gas heating, air cond, alarm, native gardens, great storage (attic ladder) & auto gate to driveway parking & double garage. A great family location near Mackie Rd shops, sought after schools, sports facilities & bus. 5+ > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE > TEL > CONTACT




Wed 5.00 - 5.30pm & Sat from 10.00am Sat 23rd March - 10.30am 78 / B1 $700,000 - $770,000 Bentleigh 390 Centre Road 3204 9557 7733 Trent Collie 0425 740 484 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 MARCH 20, 2013 \ The weekly review 19

Bentleigh East 51 Marlborough Street Homely character with alfresco ease. Welcomed by a lovely hedged garden that creates privacy and charm, this engaging 3 bedroom brick home is warm and inviting with its timber detail. On its own title, this heartwarming treasure enjoys a captivating lounge with lovely garden aspects, delightful dining room, classic kitchen/meals (s/steel 900mm stove & dishwasher), 3 generous bedrooms (2 with BIRs), renovated bathroom, 2nd toilet and a sparkling new laundry. Easy to entertain in with its paved alfresco area and secluded garden courtyard, it features ducted gas heating & air cond, polished boards, timber blinds, great storage, alarm, security doors & ample parking. Walk to bus, Mackie Rd shops & GESAC. 3




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Wed 4.30 - 5.00pm & Sat from 3.00pm Sat 23rd March - 3.30pm 69 / A11 Please contact agent Bentleigh 390 Centre Road 3204 9557 7733 Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Nick Renna 0411 551 190

Caulfield North 688 Inkerman Road Urban Sophistication, Contemporary Design. Walking distance from Caulfield Park, this three-storey, boutique development comprises 12 one & two bedroom apartments, architecturally designed by Rothelowman Architects and built by Scean Builders. Respecting the architecture of the surrounding neighbourhood each floorplan offers a seamless connection to kitchen, living and outdoor spaces. Fixtures & Finishes Include: • Smeg Appliances • Full height windows • Engineered Oak wood flooring • Ceaserstone benchtops • Powdercoated splashbacks* 1



> VIEW Please contact agent > PRIVATE SALE > MEL REF 59 / B11 > PRICE From $385,000 > OFFICE Caulfield 616 Glenhuntly Road 3162 > TEL 8532 5200 > CONTACT Max Pisano 0418 378 900

Marshall Rushford 0418 396 981 20 The weekly review \ MARCH 20, 2013

Elsternwick 83 Seymour Road An untouched classic in a superb family location. In this beautiful leafy street, this age-old 3 bedroom Californian Bungalow is ready and waiting for a new lease in life. First time offered in 55 years, this excellent renovator features Baltic pine polished boards, a wide hallway, 10ft strapped ceilings, picture rails, central lounge (gas heating), 3 large bedrooms (1 with BIRs), classic kitchen (WI pantry), retro bathroom, attic and a large sunroom leading to the north facing rear garden. Alternatively, it’s an outstanding new home site on 542sqm approx in this sought after street. Brilliantly located to all family amenities - the gorgeous Harleston Park, fabulous Glen Huntly Rd shops & cafes, trams, train & a selection of leading schools. 3



Bentleigh East 2/6 Celia Street This stunning 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home stands to impress the most astute home buyer. Comprises Tas Oak floors, 3 bed (BIR’s main with porcelain tile ensuite), entertaining area opening to a large deck, own title, with alarm, video intercom, duct. heating, cooling, close to all amenities.




Wed 3.45 - 4.15pm, Sat as advertised & Sun from 1.00pm > AUCTION Sun 24th March - 1.30pm > MEL REF 77 / J5 > EPR $630,000 - $690,000 > OFFICE Bentleigh 390 Centre Road 3204 > TEL 9557 7733 > CONTACT Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 > VIEW

1 Sun from 11.00am Sun 24th March - 11.30am 67 / H3 $850,000 - $935,000 Caulfield 616 Glenhuntly Road 3162 8532 5200 Max Pisano 0418 378 900 Marshall Rushford 0418 396 981

Caulfield 33 Murray Lane Love the urban seclusion and warehouse style living in this relaxing 3 bedroom 2 bathroom townhouse, with its expansive north facing open plan living & dining, balcony, Tas Oak kitchen, service courtyard & auto garage.




Sun from 12.00pm Sun 24th March - 12.30pm 68 / A4 $550,000 - $590,000 > OFFICE Caulfield 616 Glenhuntly Road 3162 > TEL 8532 5200 > CONTACT Todd Newton 0412 568 313 Marshall Rushford 0418 396 981 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR MARCH 20, 2013 \ The weekly review 21

Caulfield North 2 Arthur Street A stunning infusion of Art Deco beauty and 21st century style come together in this superbly renovated 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home with its stylish study area, vogue kitchen, fabulous north facing family room, relaxing deck & carport.

Elsternwick 28 College Street A mighty block with mammoth aspirations. On a magnificent 929sqm app, this untouched 4 bed Federation home is superbly proportioned for a esteemed restoration or an excellent opportunity to rebuild a family estate or a multi unit development (STCA). Near Gardenvale Park. 22 The weekly review \ MARCH 20, 2013




Sat & Sun as advertised Sat 6th April - 1.00pm 59 / B11 Please contact agent Caulfield 616 Glenhuntly Road 3162 > TEL 8532 5200 > CONTACT Todd Newton 0412 568 313 Marshall Rushford 0418 396 981 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > PRICE > OFFICE




929 (approx)

Sat from 12.00pm Sat 23rd March - 12.30pm 67 / H6 $1,200,000 - $1,300,000 > OFFICE Caulfield 616 Glenhuntly Road 3162 > TEL 8532 5200 > CONTACT Todd Newton 0412 568 313 Marshall Rushford 0418 396 981 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR

Caulfield South 2/29 Sussex Road Larger than life with all the modern comforts. Enjoying a lovely northern aspect, this single level 2 bedroom 2 bathroom town residence has a superb sense of space with its expansive open plan entertaining, classic modern kitchen, adj dining, north facing garden courtyard & garage.

Elsternwick 57 Murray Street An outstanding family Edwardian beauty. This stunning 4 bedroom Edwardian in idyllic garden setting radiates period grace & entertainment style with its exquisite sitting room (OFP), family living & dining opening to the deck and gorgeous north facing rear garden & parking for 3.




Sat from 11.00am Sat 23rd March - 11.30am 68 / A8 $550,000 - $600,000 Caulfield 616 Glenhuntly Road 3162 > TEL 8532 5200 > CONTACT Max Pisano 0418 378 900 Marshall Rushford 0418 396 981 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE




660 (approx)

Sun from 12.00pm Sun 24th March - 12.30pm 67 / J3 Please contact agent > OFFICE Caulfield 616 Glenhuntly Road 3162 > TEL 8532 5200 > CONTACT Max Pisano 0418 378 900 Marshall Rushford 0418 396 981 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > PRICE

Elsternwick 2/49 Seymour Road Elegance and comfort in a prized street. With its own street frontage and private garden setting, this elevated 2 bedroom villa is well preserved with 60s style featuring a gracious lounge, adjoining dining, vintage kitchen/meals, 2 courtyards & LU garage on own drive.




Sat from 1.00pm Sat 23rd March - 1.30pm 67 / H2 $640,000 - $690,000 Caulfield 616 Glenhuntly Road 3162 > TEL 8532 5200 > CONTACT Todd Newton 0412 568 313 Marshall Rushford 0418 396 981 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE

Moorabbin 9B Matilda Road Contemporary excellence at its exceptional best. Architect designed with spectacular style by Lilley Building Group this stunning new 4 BR + study nook, 2.5 bath masterpiece impresses with 3 entertaining zones (gas fire), luxury marble/stone kitchen, designer pergola, BBQ kitchen & auto gge.




> VIEW As advertised > PRIVATE SALE > MEL REF 77 / J7 > PRICE $869,000 > OFFICE Bentleigh

390 Centre Road 3204 > TEL 9557 7733 > CONTACT Trent Collie 0425 740 484

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