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t takes something special for us to hold Virginia Trioli’s Mouthing Off column over for a week. In this rare case, it is the launch of our exciting new website, The Weekly Review celebrates the best of Melbourne and your local area – news, views and reviews – and boasts the best property guide. Your feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, which set us thinking about how property is bought and sold online. Some websites do a good job of listing property, but there is a real gap in the market for information on a specific suburb beyond price. has local content on every suburb across Melbourne, helping people find a lifestyle, not just a home. take a ■ More properties are listed first on We are using The Weekly Review’s good look reviewproperty than any competitor website. high-quality editorial to help inform buyers around If you want to know what’s for sale or rent, and residents about individual suburbs – not reviewproperty has the most up-to-date details; just property and real-estate news, but also information on schools, restaurants, medical ■ For the first time ever, agents can upload services, even the local mechanic. real-time auction results as they happen, providing In addition to this “hyper-local” lifestyle content, compelling and valuable information to help buyers and will have a number of other interested parties on a Saturday and Sunday; and, unique, industry-leading features:



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Stop and take stock at Autumn Flavour Exchange as the slow-food season nears. Welcome the cooler days with hearty pies and hoppy craft beers; slow-cooked bites matched to medium-bodied pinots; apple cider and fresh ice-cream. These tastes await at Fed Square on March 20 and March 21, between 4.30pm and 8.30pm. Two TWR readers can win a double pass to Autumn Flavour Exchange.


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Barista \ LEANNE TOLRA REVIEWS THE JOLLY CONTROLLER Prohibitive rents and CAFÉ exorbitant start-up costs left Adrian Clemens thinking he’d never realise

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On an average weekday the dream of running his own café. So he’s morning, Clemens thrilled with the three-walled space he turns out about 60 coffees – many of them in acquired at Darling Station four months ago. the few minutes before a train departs. Clemens heard that the former newsagent’s “My speed has certainly increased but I box on Platform 1 was empty and leapt over won’t compromise on quality,” he says. “I’d all hurdles to turn the “three brick walls and a rather say, ‘Sorry the bell has gone, I can’t tiled floor that belonged to a young guy who get it out in time for you,’ than make sold newspapers and smoked cigarettes” someone a poor coffee.” into a weekday morning café. He completed a diploma of He painted the walls and built the “I won’t hospitality management and has jarrah and recycled timber benches. compromise worked for large organisations The café’s name was inspired by on quality” including Nestlé as a barista trainer his childhood love of Thomas the and the Accor Hotel group, where Tank Engine. he was awarded the company’s 2008 Partner Grace Casey helped with National Barista Championship title. design and layout, and a cabinetmaker Before opening The Jolly Controller, he held a friend supplied the slab of red gum for the barista-training role with the Melbourne Pub benchtop. Clemens hopes to find an artist to Group for 12 months. decorate the roller door. Clemens chose sustainable, ethically Ensuring the café’s environmental footprint sourced beans by Fayale Coffee of Goat House is as small as its physical one, Clemens is Café Roastery in Elsternwick to fill his grinder using biodegradable takeaway cups and and has mostly used its Barrel of Monkeys chemicals, and recycles coffee grounds seven-bean blend for the past six weeks. through school and community garden When he’s not on Platform 1, Clemens schemes. “There is room for exceptional runs his own coffee consultancy and barista coffee that is sustainable and stems from good training business. \ working practices,” he says. “Being green is about taking ownership and

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When broken-hearted council worker Sam (Mathew Baynton) witnesses a spectacular car crash on his way to work, he is drawn into a Hitchcockian conspiracy involving a kidnapped wife, a lost phone and several mistaken identities. Sam is, clearly, out of his depth. But we get the feeling that is somewhere he is used to being – he’s the sort of appealing, somewhat gormless no-hoper the Brits do so well. When he meets the even-more-hopeless but enthusiastic Phil (James Corden), the pair embark on an unlikely mission to save a beautiful woman, probably. Inspired equally by slacker bromance Shaun of the Dead and thrillers such as Homeland, this is a funny comedy with a complex, breathless plot. Shaun is an apt comparison, I feel, because there’s a cinematic energy to the production that recalls the work of that film’s director, Edgar Wright. Baynton is immediately endearing, looking something like a hungover meerkat as he stumbles from one near-disaster to the next. His partner Corden (most recently seen in opera flick One Chance) is as engaging as always, his daft-sidekick patter reminiscent of a less-irritating Ricky Gervais. Together, the pair might just delude themselves into becoming heroes. Sharp, clever and genuinely hilarious, this is a darkly comic gem. \

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Hollywood seems to be running out of ways to tell stories about Nazis. In the wake of a limp adaptation of The Book Thief comes this tale of wartime art theft and desecration. George Clooney recruits an all-star cast of middle-aged pals in an attempt to prevent Hitler stocking his private museum with Europe’s greatest treasures. This rag-tag bunch have been left behind by the war – too old, too infirm or too drunk to be heroes. Seizing their last chance, they undertake basic training and infiltrate occupied France. The core premise should, at least, make for a fascinating tour over familiar ground. As it is, Clooney’s film feels like reheated leftovers from far finer meals. Its scattered collection of sentimental scenes never quite resolve into a coherent story. Part of the problem is the film resists its potential silliness, mistaking itself for something much worthier. This should be a more convincing version of Indiana Jones 4, with the archaeologists racing cartoon Nazis and Russians. Instead, it plays out as a lightweight Saving Private Ryan. Rife with clichés, The Monuments Men left me wondering why we’re still making World War II films. With recent examples merely recycling or renovating old tales, maybe it’s time Hollywood – and the rest of us – finally moved on. \

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Some of Melbourne’s best writers, including Joanna Murray-Smith, Marieke Hardy and Tim Rogers will contribute playlets for this one-night-only theatre event. Each writer has chosen a favourite love song and written a piece inspired by it – the catch being that their playlet can only be as long as the song itself. The evening will see 13 playlets performed. Staged by the Red Stitch ensemble (and special guests) in the cosy surroundings of Kinfolk Café, PLAYlist aims to raise money to help continue the St Kilda-based company’s excellent work. \


New York pianist Kris Bowers describes himself as a musical omnivore. On listening to his debut LP, it’s hard to disagree. Musicians are forever overstating their eclecticism, but Bowers’ take on piano jazz is one fed by a love of film scores, ’70s synth-soul and ’90s hip-hop. Purists might baulk at this free-ranging approach to their genre, but there’s no doubting Bowers’ talent for jazz is immense and sincere. The 10 tracks here draw equally on Nat King Cole, Oscar Peterson and Miles Davis (with a dash of Kanye West, perhaps). The laid-back WonderLove is Sunday afternoon R&B, Drift is hypnotic and atmospheric, and #TheProtester is sprawling and chaotic – a glorious mess, evoking Bitches Brew. \




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CATHOLIC Education WEEK \ Thousands of students will be in the city on St Patrick’s Day as part of Catholic Education Week, writes Jo Davy

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n the lead up to World Youth Day celebrations in 2013, Pope Francis had one message for young people all over the world. Via Twitter, he encouraged young people to celebrate their talents as gifts and not be afraid to “dream of great things”. It was a powerful message, one that has inspired the theme of this year’s Catholic Education Week: “Entrust yourselves to God and dare to dream”. Held from March 15 to 23, Catholic Education Week invites Catholic schools from across Melbourne to celebrate their faith and identity. The Catholic Education Office hosts three big events, with 329 Catholic schools across Melbourne taking part. The largest gathering will be on St Patrick’s Day, when more than 2000 students are expected to fill St Patrick’s Cathedral for morning mass, followed by a march to the Treasury Gardens for a lunchtime concert. Catholic Education executive director Stephen Elder says the students’ procession through the streets of Melbourne displaying their school emblems has been an annual tradition since 1998. This year’s theme is perhaps best reflected in the other two major events hosted by the Catholic Education Office: the Visual Arts Exhibition and the Young Speakers Colloquium. The exhibition displays the best of Catholic student art, with prizes awarded in 14 categories across primary and secondary levels. Of the nearly 300 pieces on display to the public, four

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were submitted by students in year 11 and 12 at Catholic Ladies’ College in Eltham. CLC art teacher Ann Durham says the school has contributed work to the exhibition for many years, relishing the chance to recognise students’ achievements and celebrate the school’s role in Catholic Education. “The arts give students the means and opportunity to explore, express and understand what is happening in their world, and can provide the opportunity for the expression of individual faith,” she says. PCW Melbourne has submitted five pieces to the exhibition this year, including a large self-portrait by former student Elaine Leong. Leong, who was PCW dux last year, used layers of fingerprints to create a piece illustrating a very personal struggle with an impulse control disorder known as dermatillomania. Another event that’s sure to inspire lofty ambitions in students is the Young Speakers Colloquium on March 20. Catholic secondary students will have the opportunity to hear the personal stories of three inspiring young Victorians. Brooke Parsons co-founded the Young Victorian Stroke Support Group after suffering a stroke at the age of 13. Along with landscape architect and sustainable-design advocate Lucinda Hartley and Collingwood Football Club captain Nick Maxwell, she will share her experiences and visions for the future

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of young people. Elder says the forum will be valuable for older students as they prepare for their transition into adulthood. “Hearing stories of how other young people have overcome challenges and reached for their goals is a compelling way to help students visualise what they want to achieve in life.” \

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ast time I looked at Mitsubishi’s neat little ASX it had just one problem; the highly economical diesel engine wasn’t available with an automatic gearbox. Now it is, and the combination of generous torque and economy will win plenty of customers, even if the motor is a bit noisy. The overriding factor is that the ASX is such a sensible package for the price, and prices start at just $24,990 for the base two-wheel-drive petrol model. It’s a compact wagon that offers optional four-wheel-drive and good ground clearance for the occasional bush track or fishing spot, but has none of the traditional hallmarks of big, boofy four-wheel-drives. In other words, it looks and behaves like a regular car. This not only makes it easier to drive and park, it also saves you from the sideways looks from neighbours and friends who fret about the fate of the planet and vote Green. Pretty much the only complaint I have is the temporary spare tyre, a dumb idea on a car that could otherwise be used comfortably for a big round-Australia trip. Bringing an automatic together with a diesel engine is never straightforward and that may be why Mitsubishi took its time doing it, but this combination works well. The changes are smooth and fuss free in normal driving. Only one thing to watch; the gearbox is calibrated for maximum fuel economy and that means it changes down at the earliest

Mitsubishi ASX Aspire diesel auto What is it? A neat little wagon with all-road ability. What’s in it? A 110-kilowatt turbo diesel with a six-speed automatic transmission. Is it thirsty? I used 12 litres per 100km in the city, 8.5 in the country. The official combined figure is 5.8.

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possible opportunity, even when it means it’s grumbling along at 1200rpm, on the verge of labouring. But, given the generous torque available, this mostly works OK and is not something you notice until you floor the accelerator, when it takes a moment to sort itself out and get down to a lower gear. This is something to bear in mind when overtaking on the highway. While the ASX is not a car that enjoys being chucked into corners, its handling is adequate

for the bulk of drivers and the ride is pretty good. The tyres can get a bit noisy on coarse bitumen at freeway speeds, otherwise this is a very comfortable package, and well specified. There’s good cargo space and reasonable rear seat room. The most attractive thing about it is its pricing; it presents top-class value along with excellent economy, and the warranty is among the best in the industry. \

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or 20 years, Bluetrain café has been a favoured meeting place for Melburnians and tourists visiting the Southgate precinct. With its Aussie fusion cuisine, informal atmosphere, bustling interior and views across the Yarra to the city skyline, the café has become a popular Melbourne institution. So moving Bluetrain to a new home was a leap of faith. It happened when a refit was called for to freshen the venue and help grow the business. When Studio Equator design studio was engaged to create a new look, founder and creative director Carlos Flores says it was clear Bluetrain needed a bigger space. Eight months later, work began on a Southgate space that is the new home of Bluetrain. The restaurant’s designers had to create a vibrant space without losing the buzz Bluetrain was known for. “It was vitally important that the old atmosphere was kept in this new place,” Studio Equator interior architect Ben Fretard says. “It took confidence to make this move but customers are happy and say they feel this place has the same Bluetrain atmosphere. The place is packed and people are spending more time and money at the venue, so I think it’s been a very successful project.” The new-look Bluetrain has been divided into separate spaces. A red, yellow and blue colour palette, graffiti art and geometric graphics integrate each area. “The previous Bluetrain was a large open space, like a big open cafeteria. But big spaces don’t work any more; people prefer smaller spaces,” Flores says. Fretard adds: “The different zones mean you can have people watching football on the TV in the sports bar, other people having dinner in the main area, or people enjoying a coffee in the lounge area, and there’s a different ambience in each of these zones.’’ The sports bar has a large flat-screen TV, stools and high tables, and custom-designed geometric flooring. Lattice steelwork throughout the bar area reflects the geometric patterns throughout the restaurant. “We wanted to create a space where you know you’re inside the sports bar area,” Fretard says. “The ceiling is exposed and it’s a more blokey and industrial look.” A casual lounge area adjoins the sports bar. It has low couches overhung by Meccano-style light fittings. Each light fixture is shaped to form an outline of the Melbourne train map. The main dining room capitalises on river and city

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ALL ABOARD Developing our city \ A long-established Melbourne eatery has a new look and a change of venue, writes Sarah Marinos views with floor-to-ceiling windows. But it has an “industrial chic” influence, Flores says. Large pillars in the main dining area feature graffiti art from Melbourne’s leading street artists, but the colours pick up on the standard Bluetrain palette. The dining area also has custom-made light fittings made of Lucky Beer bottles transformed into chandeliers. When lit, the luminous green lighting can be seen from across the river. “We have everything from graffiti to traditional architecture and modern architecture. It’s very textural,” Flores says. “We wanted the whole space to be very visual and surprising, so you get different views when you sit in different places.” The designers also created shipping “it took containers using roofing materials that were confidence stencilled and painted to look like genuine to make this containers. They feature on facades across the venue and also alter ceiling height at move” strategic points. A staircase features industrial piping and On track: leads to restrooms and a banquet lounge with The new a hint of dark glamour. Bluetrain has Think 1950s jazz, velvet chairs, gold and black a slick colour embellishments, marble basins and antique dressing palette and an tables and mirrors. industrial look. For the first time, Bluetrain also has a 60- to (supplied) 70-person function space that can be part of the main dining area or curtained off for a private function. “The concept of this room was the lanes of Melbourne,” Flores says.

“We put the banquette seating high and used reclaimed vinyl floor tiles on the wall. They’ve been hand-stencilled to continue the geometric graphics. The lighting was custom-made using old bike wheels because there are a lot of bikes and cyclists in Melbourne.” Across from the main entrance, the new Bluetrain also has an outdoor dining area and kiosk that opens at 7am for anyone seeking an early caffeine hit. Fretard nominates fitting all elements into the space as the biggest challenge of the project. “Before we even started in here we spent a couple of months on the layout, figuring out the size of the kitchen and the dining area and what would go where,’’ he says. “At first the kitchen filled nearly half the restaurant – it’s still a good size but obviously had to be smaller than that.” The venue and its eclectic design have attracted old customers and new, and garnered attention from the design world from as far afield as Russia, the Ukraine, Turkey and the US. “It has personality, it’s interesting and it’s the kind of thing happening in New York, Berlin, Barcelona and LA,” says Flores. “Bluetrain now has a particular atmosphere – industrial chic – that people really like, and it’s still the people’s café and Melbourne’s meeting place.” \ » »

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Address \ 280 Neerim Road, Carnegie Developer \ BPM Building and interior design \ BPM Design with dKO Architecture Sales \ Patrick Cooney 0408 527 248 or Jimmy Miao 0402 729 942 » Pricing guide


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triking modern architecture and a prominent Carnegie Operators of a popular local café are negotiating for retail space village site are key drawcards for boutique developer BPM’s in the development and Bramich says other retailers are showing latest offering. keen interest in the site’s busy village location. Walter Carnegie is a five-storey development of 44 apartments There are 17 one-bedroom apartments in the development, with two levels of basement parking and ground-level retail at sized internally from 49 to 55 square metres, 25 two-bedroom Neerim Road, on the corner of Kokaribb Road. Construction is apartments from 64 to 80 square metres and two three-bedroom due to start in May with completion slated for late 2015. apartments of 91 square metres. Apartment balconies are sized Since 1996, BPM has built a reputation for savvy, design-focused from eight to 54 square metres. Two-bedroom apartments include development. Its portfolio includes the internationally recognised an en suite for the main bedroom and all bedrooms include Flora apartments in Brighton, Graphite in North Fitzroy and built-in wardrobes with sliding doors. Onyx apartments in Brisbane. Founder Jonathan Hallinan All apartments have parking and storage in the two-level says BPM’s passion for delivering exceptional design basement, with lift access from parking to all floors, and is highlighted by strong partnerships with leading street-level intercom for visitor lobby access. postcode Australian architects and interior designers. Apartment interiors feature square-set cornices, a Designed by BPM in conjunction with dKO white palette with engineered white oak floorboards in Architecture, Walter Carnegie features natural concrete the living areas, taupe herringbone carpet in bedrooms blades set against glass and charcoal render, wrapping and light-grey porcelain tiling in the bathrooms. Black around four levels of apartments. lines wrap crisply around the white laminate kitchen BPM sales and marketing director Ashley Bramich says cabinetry, matching the contrast between white walls and Walter Carnegie’s location is a prominent Carnegie site and the black window joinery around the floor-to-ceiling windows. deserves a classic building. Grey and white marble benchtops and splashbacks add depth “Walter’s design is beautiful, solid and with three street and luxury to the kitchen’s monochrome theme while a copper frontages will be highly visible. We get excited about modern rangehood surround and overhead shelving provide a splash of architecture and we know it appeals to many people. It is on the rich colour. Appliances include a Smeg stainless-steel gas cooktop edge of Carnegie’s urban village so the architecture needs to make and white underbench oven, undermounted rangehood and a the transition from commercial to residential.” Fisher & Paykel dishdrawer. Walter Carnegie has already been a hit with members of BPM’s BPM engaged lighting designer Ross Gardam and his signature VIP database, who have reserved 28 of the 44 apartments before Touch pendant light feature in the bathrooms, which also include a public launch this month. BPM is partnering with popular full-height tiling, walk-in showers with frameless glass screens. Carnegie café Spilt Milk, next door to Walter’s site, for the launch. The living areas have reverse-cycle heating and cooling and Bramich says people interested in the project can drop into Spilt windows are double glazed. \ LIZ MCLACHLAN Milk between 11am and 2pm on Saturday, March 22, to look through plans and consider specifications for fittings and finishes.


Carnegie is 12 kilometres south-east of Melbourne’s city centre. Walter’s residents will have a Location seven-minute walk through Carnegie’s village centre to Carnegie station if they can resist coffee and breakfast at Spilt Milk, Figjam or the Huff Bagelry. The village is one of Melbourne’s most multicultural food precincts with Greek,

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Malaysian, Korean, Lebanese, American and Russian among the cuisines on offer. From the station there’s a 27-minute express to Flinders Street or a three-minute train trip to Monash University’s Caulfield campus. The local library, supermarkets and fitness centres are nearby, and local attractions include Caulfield Racecourse, Packer Park Velodrome and Duncan Mackinnon Reserve with a 1.2 kilometre walking track. \

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final word “This property has a perfect balance of period and modern appeal, without compromise to either.” KOSTA MESARITIS – AGENT

Hocking Stuart \ 9557 7733

Price \ $1.2 million +

Auction \ March 22 at 10.30am

Fast facts \ Charismatic 1920s residence extended for contemporary family living; ample off-street parking and gated drive to garage; landscaped gardens; wide verandah, entrance foyer; fourth bedroom or study; laundry; formal sitting and dining rooms; casual kitchen, meals and family area opening to entertainers’ deck; ducted heating; evaporative cooling; gas fireplace; open fireplace; stainless-steel appliances; spa bath; timber-panelled walls; leadlight; ceiling detail; storage, close to North Road shops, buses, trains and E.E. Gunn Reserve. Ormond \ 13 kilometres from the city




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6 Keys Avenue, Brighton East ................................................................. Price: $1.35 million - $1.5 million ................................................................. Auction Saturday March 22 at 10.30am ................................................................. OFI Sat 11.30am-noon; Sun 11-11.30am .................................................................

Lake views and an indoor-outdoor heated pool create a boutique environment for this two-storey residence with a double garage. The property abuts Landcox Park. Let's eat lunch @ Marmalade Café, 763 Hawthorn Road Let's eat dinner @ Mediterranean Greek Tavern, 511 Glen Huntly Road Let's drink coffee @ Water Lillies Café, 764 Hawthorn Road


media \ the power of print Hello, fellow Linkedinarians and property gurus. Today’s rant is about property newspaper advertising. Over the past few years, a lot of clients (and their agents) think that an online listing is all it takes to sell property. They’re probably right if it’s a one-off property in the right location, and at the right price. But what about 80 properties to be sold under the hammer in one afternoon? The location was the The Metung Hotel, the properties were in Metung and Paynesville. That was the assignment for agent John Castran and the team here at Tomorrow. The campaign was back to the good old days. The auction was an event and it needed to be announced with full page ads in The Age and local papers. The result – 1500 people attended with 60 per cent pre-registered to bid. Every property sold without a vendor bid at an average of 20 per cent over reserve. The auction commenced at noon and the last contract was exchanged before 6pm. It was probably the largest auction ever to take place in Australia. This is a classic example of bringing buyers into a market, and unless they were already looking, online just won’t do it. LONG LIVE PRINT MEDIA! Ian Hickey \ Managing Director, Tomorrow Agency


Caulfield North \ 187 Kooyong Road

Kay & Burton \ 9820 1111 Price \ $5 million + Expressions of interest \ Close March 27 at 5pm This modern-day mansion on 1672 square metres is lent privacy by a high garden wall. Off the travertine-tiled entrance is a fitted study. Opposite is the formal sitting room, with an open fireplace surrounded by a marble mantel; nearby is a fitted wet bar. The family hub offers entertaining on a grand scale. The kitchen has newly polished granite benchtops and taupe-coloured cabinetry, while the meals area is set into a curved window overlooking the resort-style gardens. The indoor pool and spa has a retractable roof and pool cover. Here, huge sliding doors reveal the tennis court and gardens. Attached to the poolroom is a bathroom with a steam shower. The second storey is super spacious. The main bedroom suite has a dressing room and en suite. Two double bedrooms share a white-tiled bathroom with a spa, while the third bedroom has a walk-through dressing room to an en suite. \ MICHELLE OSTROW ZUKERMAN





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Bentleigh 35 Somers Street Auction Inspect Office Contact

Sat 15th March at 10.30am Sat from 10.00am 361 Centre Road Bentleigh 9557 7891 Peter Sinclair 0425 854 981 Melissa Ryan 0409 409 357

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2 Californian Dream? Or New Home Vision? One of the last unrenovated Californian Bungalows on this prized streetscape of period homes and prestige residences, this 5 room brick beauty is ready to be appreciated for its lofty proportions and original features including decorative ceilings, timber floors and a leadlight dual-door entry. Breathe new life



into this up to three bedroom home ...or use this approx 569sqm north-facing site to bring a breath of fresh air to this old-world street. This prime property is equally well-equipped to fit family dream home or townhouse development (STCA).

Sandringham 66 Bamfield Street Private Sale Price Contact Agent Inspect As advertised or by appointment Office 10 Bay Road Sandringham 9598 1111 Contact James Paynter 0418 390 133 Mark Eddy 0408 198 308

4 Seize an architectural masterpiece An exclusive opportunity of owning an architectural masterpiece by MurleyDesign, straight off the plan. Prepare yourself for a lifestyle of unparalleled luxury on coveted Gipsy Way, then experience the very best in Bayside living only a walk to Sandringham Village, Beach or Primary school from your very



own state of the art 3 or 4 bedroom residence in highly sophisticated, stunning style. 5 homes are on offer, each offering excellent interior and exterior design with unrivalled contemporary living and entertaining inside and out.

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Bentleigh 25 Harding Street Auction Inspect Office Contact

Sat 22nd March at 12.30pm Wed at 1.15-1.45pm 361 Centre Road Bentleigh 9557 7891 Peter Sinclair 0425 854 981 Melissa Ryan 0409 409 357

2 Northern exposure on the edge of the Village Make plans for a new home or 2 (subject to Council approval) & take advantage of the slight elevation & northern rear orientation of this 604sqm approx. property when you design for all day sun at this in-demand address. Or demand more from the 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom brick home with garage already

Bentleigh 25 Jasper Road Private Sale Price Inspect Office Contact

$939,000 As advertised or by appointment 361 Centre Road Bentleigh 9557 7891 Peter Sinclair 0425 854 981 Melissa Ryan 0409 409 357

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here. Close to Patterson station, stroll to Victory Park, this wellpresented original will, at least, pay its way while you plan.

4 Cosmopolitan Excitement with Family Flair Beautifully designed, free standing, own street frontage and no shared land, this ultra-modern and near new 3 BR, 2.5 bathroom town residence enjoys vast open plan living spaces (2 family rooms, dining room & upstairs retreat), large study or 4th BR, magnificent kitchen with Smeg appliances & stone bench




tops, WIR to all BR, prestige main bathroom, ensuite & powder room. Also feat. ducted heating, ref. cooling, ducted vac, security, double LUG & sep laundry and 2 private alfresco areas. Stroll to Halley Park, supermarkets, cafĂŠ, train, schools nearby.

Bentleigh East 33 Brady Road Auction Price Inspect Office Contact

Sat 22nd March at 11am $640K - $700K Wed at 6.00-6.30pm, Sat as 2.15-2.45pm 361 Centre Road Bentleigh 9557 7891 Frank Ruffo 0412 112 223 Ben Smaczny 0408 070 863

3 High, Wide and Welcoming - Land 18.83m x 28.1m approx Wide, welcoming & well-addressed, there’s a bunch of possibilities on Brady! Close to schools & parks, this approx 585sqm property offers wide potential for renovators, home builders & developers alike. See the scope for development or a high impact family home or work with the existing 3 bedroom



cream brick home & paint, polish, upgrade & extend. At the very least, this solid home with garage will pay your way while you plan.


Bentleigh East 44 Abbin Avenue Auction Inspect Office Contact

Sat 15th March at 12.30pm Sat from 12.00 noon 361 Centre Road Bentleigh 9557 7891 Peter Sinclair 0425 854 981 Melissa Ryan 0409 409 357

3 Ultimate Adaptability! Solid, sizeable & so adaptable, this is a substantial opportunity for renovators, families & new home builders alike. Configured as 2 separate dwellings around a huge sunroom, this up to 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home suits extended family or investment use. Alternatively, redesign this accommodating home with



garage, or rebuild a new home or 2 (subject to Council Approval) on this generous approx 590sqm site close to Tucker Rd PS.

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Californian family flavour meets lifestyle living.

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Sympathetically renovated and extended to celebrate its original beauty, this engaging 4 bedroom 2 bathroom clinker brick Californian Bungalow is a fabulous family home, featuring leadlights, high ornate ceilings, north facing sitting room (OFP), 4 large bedrooms (WIR, BIRs, study area & window seats), modern classic granite kitchen (Ilve appliances), open plan entertaining with French doors to a covered deck, handsome dining room, carport & rear garage (lane access). With exacting attention to detail for function and authenticity, this captivating charmer is superbly located in the prized McKinnon Secondary College zone, a heartbeat to Centre Road shops, cafes, train, bus & everything Bentleigh.




679 (approx.)

Wed 4.00 - 4.30pm & Sat as advertised Sat 29th March - 12.30pm 77 / F1 $1,050,000 - $1,150,000 Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733

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Spacious family home in the College zone!

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In the McKinnon Secondary College zone, this warm & welcoming 4 bedroom plus study, 2 bathroom single level timber home has a lovely balance of family living and modern entertainment, featuring generous lounge & dining (ornate fireplace), expansive north facing open plan living & dining area with a fabulous and spacious kitchen (Miele dishwasher), main bedroom (large WIR & ensuite) with 2nd study nook, glorious north facing rear garden with covered alfresco area (cafĂŠ blinds) and expansive lawn for children to play & a triple carport. Brilliantly located close to McKinnon Schools and parks, GESAC, shops, restaurants & bus.




652 (approx.)

Wed 2.00 - 2.30pm & Sat as advertised Sun 30th March - 10.30am 68 / J9 $970,000 - $1,070,000 Calvin Reid 0413 878 860 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733

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Picture perfect inside and out.

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Absolutely irresistible, this beautifully renovated 3 bedroom plus study, 2 bathroom Californian Bungalow blends its original charm with contemporary innovation in entertaining. Wrapped in a return bullnose verandah, this engaging charmer features a gorgeous main bedroom (WIR, ensuite & plantation shutters), captivating study/sitting area (OFP & bay window), stylish casual living area (OFP), designer granite kitchen (s/steel appliances) & dining area, stunning covered alfresco deck (ethanol fireplace), expansive lawn, in-built trampoline & 2 street frontages with parking for 4. In the McKinnon Secondary College zone, moments to McKinnon Primary School, Joyce Park and bus.




697 (approx.)

Wed 6.00 - 6.30pm & Sat as advertised Sun 30th March - 3.30pm 68 / G9 $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 Trent Collie 0425 740 484 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733

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A fabulous family find in the College zone.

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Set back from the street in a beautiful formal garden, this generous 5 bedroom plus study 2.5 bathroom home is a world of family entertainment and good times, featuring 5 generous living zones (OFP), granite kitchen (s/steel appliances), large study, a tropical rear garden with relaxing deck (cafĂŠ blinds), solar heated pool, artist studio/cabana & workshop. Finished with Sydney Blue Gum floors, it boasts ducted heating, evap cooling, ducted vac, external blinds, water tanks & double auto garage. Opposite McKinnon Primary School in the coveted McKinnon Secondary College zone, moments to Joyce Park, bus, McKinnon Reserve, GESAC, fabulous cafĂŠ strips & shopping.




720 (approx.)

Wed 5.30 - 6.00pm & Sat as advertised Sun 30th March - 12.30pm 68 / H10 Please contact agent Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733

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Family excellence on a grand scale.

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With incredible presence, this English style 5 bedroom plus study, 3 bathroom clinker brick home brings warmth and class to family entertaining. Beautiful with its stained hardwood floors, high ceilings & plantation shutters, this exquisite home features an executive office, guest bedroom (BIRs), open plan entertaining (gas log fire), Walnut stone entertainer’s kitchen (quality Euro appliances), fabulous play room, 4 beautiful bedrooms upstairs (BIRs/WIR, main suite - WIR & luxury ensuite), landing retreat, spectacular north facing rear garden with lush expansive lawns & relaxing alfresco area & double basement garage with huge storage areas. Doors to Duncan McKinnon Reserve & bus.




781 (approx.)

Thurs 6.30 - 7.00pm & Sat as advertised Sat 29th March - 3.30pm 69 / A9 Please contact agent Chris Janssens 0418 541 208 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733

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BENTLEIGH 24 DURBAN STREET Lap up the luxury with effortless ease. Freestanding, flexible & fabulously finished, this is versatile townhouse luxury! Oriented to the sun on the corner of London Street, this 4 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom, (2 powderroom) home offers an amazingly adaptable design with optional master-suites upstairs & down, sun-bathed northfacing living with stacking-sliders to a choice of two garden areas and a versatile 1st-floor retreat. Master-built with every appointment including a massive double garage & luxury finishes including Australian hardwood floors, CaesarStone benchtops & European appliances, this is luxury living at its best. Starring zoned ducted heating/air-cond, alarm, ducted vacuum, video-intercom, 2000L water tank, double auto garage & auto-gates, this easy care sensation offers low maintenance living at its finest!.

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365 (approx.)

Wed 5.00 - 5.30pm & Sat as advertised Sat 29th March - 2.30pm 77 / G2 $900,000 - $950,000 Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733


BENTLEIGH 16B PASCOE AVENUE Exceptional style, impeccable space. Showcasing a facade of stylish innovation, this impressive 3 bedroom plus study 2.5 bathroom new residence blends family function with architectural finesse. Created by DO Architects and built by Lowe Construction, this exciting sensation features a bold green front door, sleek study, a wide hallway, tiled open plan entertaining with a seamless flow to the alfresco garden, designer stone kitchen (WI pantry & Bosch s/ steel appls), alarm, R/C zoned ducted air cond, great storage, water tank, irrigation system & double auto garage. In the Brighton Secondary College zone, in this parkside locale, moments to Allnutt Park, Hawthorn Road tram, schools, McKinnon Village cafes, train & Centre Road shops.

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Wed 3.30 - 4.00pm & Sat as advertised Sun 23rd March - 12.30pm 68 / B11 Please contact agent Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733

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BENTLEIGH 13 BRAILSFORD ROAD Spacious serenity with flawless flair. Exuding relaxed contemporary style, this beautiful 3 bedroom 2.5 bathroom street front residence impresses with its quality finishes and effortless style, featuring stunning parquetry floors, a wrap around open plan living & dining area with bi-fold doors to the north facing deck and courtyard garden (BBQ); designer stone kitchen, 3 superb bedrooms (BIRs/WIRs, main - ensuite) & a study retreat. Loving the high ceilings, this low maintenance hideaway boasts stone benchtops, video intercom, ducted heating/cooling, ducted vac, solar hot water, great storage, auto garage and 2nd car space. Quiet no through road, moments to Halley Park, shops, cafes, train, bus and great schools.



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Wed 5.45 - 6.15pm & Sat as advertised Sat 22nd March - 11.30am 77 / E4 $700,000 - $750,000 Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Bentleigh 9557 7733




BENTLEIGH 14 RIDDLE STREET Family warmth in a family friendly locale. First time offered in over 45 years, this much loved 3 bedroom 2 bathroom timber home is positioned perfect for family living. Elevated to capture beautiful sunshine, this well maintained charmer enjoys a wide parquetry floored entry foyer with flexible uses, double doors to the north facing living room (potential OFP) flowing to the casual living & dining area, 3 spacious bedrooms (BIRs), modern central kitchen, relaxing family room, a lovely terraced adventure garden, undercover alfresco & double carport. Renovate over time or redevelop (STCA) on 598sqm approx in this prime pocket, metres to schools, sports facilities, Centre Road shops & cafes, kinder and transport.



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Wed 4.00 - 4.30pm & Sat as advertised Sat 29th March - 10.30am 77 / F2 $720,000 - $770,000 Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Bentleigh 9557 7733



598 (approx.)

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BENTLEIGH 24 WINDSOR AVENUE Wide family options in the College zone. On a generous 736qm approx, this appealing 3 bedroom plus study 2 bathroom rendered single level spacious home offers comfortable clean family living with further inspiration to renovate in the McKinnon Secondary College zone. With a wide frontage, this family heartwarmer has a fantastic zoned layout featuring inviting lounge & dining (OFP), Tasmanian Oak kitchen, north facing family room & huge covered entertaining area in the established gardens. Neatly maintained, this family opportunity features polished boards, high ceilings, security doors, ducted heating, air cond, ceiling fans, fantastic storage, workshop and a double auto carport. Walk to Centre Road cafes, schools & train.



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Wed 2.45 - 3.15pm & Sat as advertised Sat 29th March - 11.30am 68 / G11 $950,000 - $1,050,000 Trent Collie 0425 740 484 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733



736 (approx.)


BENTLEIGH EAST 32 WARDS GROVE Coastal inspired luxury with family flexibility. Brilliantly designed to bring low maintenance living to your family lifestyle, this 4 bedroom 3 bathroom contemporary home sets a whole new standard in class. Stunning with its polished boards downstairs and plantation shutters throughout, this flexible home enjoys a choice of upstairs or downstairs bedroom suites (WIRs & semi/ensuite), 2 generous entertaining areas, fabulous stone kitchen (Bosch appliances), bi-fold doors to a north facing deck and landscaped garden & auto garage (auto gates). Appointed with ducted heating, evap cooling, alarm, video intercom, solar hot water & great storage, this freestanding retreat is moments to Centre Road shops and cafes, GESAC, bus, schools and parks.



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Wed 2.30 - 3.00pm & Sat as advertised Sun 23rd March - 1.30pm 77 / K2 $720,000 - $790,000 Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733



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BENTLEIGH EAST 12 KURRAJONG STREET Single level family living made perfect. Enjoying an imposing presence with its bluestone entrance and contemporary styling, this 4 bed 2 bath single level stunner is an effortless entertainer, featuring solid timber floors, high ceilings, a wide entry hall, relaxing lounge, stylish main bedroom (fitted WIR & swish ensuite), outstanding stone kitchen (900mm stove) and an open plan entertaining area with 4 sets of French doors to a covered deck (automated vergola) & lush lawn surrounded by manicured raised gardens. The perfect family home, it boasts ducted heating, R/C air cond, video intercom, alarm, fantastic storage, water tank, auto carport plus 2nd secure space. Quiet street near Mackie Road shops, schools, bus & parkland.



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Wed 5.00 - 5.30pm & Sat as advertised Sun 23rd March - 2.30pm 69 / D11 Please contact agent Calvin Reid 0413 878 860 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733



605 (approx.)


BENTLEIGH EAST 9 YARRABURN CLOSE Setting the trend for today’s family lifestyle. Elevated from the street creating a stately presence, this fully renovated 4 bed 2.5 bath family home creates a relaxed lifestyle of easy living, featuring limed timber floors, generous formal and casual living zones with a north facing alfresco courtyard garden, designer stone kitchen (Bosch s/steel appls), 4 large bedrooms (BIRs, main - sparkling ensuite & WIR) & beautiful bathroom. In tranquil gardens, this easy care home boasts ducted heating, evap cooling, air cond, ducted vac, double blinds, stone benchtops, garden shed, solar power & double auto garage. Whisper quiet no through road, adjoining Yarra Yarra Golf Course, a short walk to schools, bus & shopping.

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513 (approx.)

Wed 1.00 - 1.30pm & Sat as advertised Sun 30th March - 1.30pm 78 / C3 $800,000 - $880,000 Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Bentleigh 9557 7733

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CARNEGIE 2 MUNRO AVENUE Family gem in a prized parkside location. Just as appealing inside as the picturesque exterior, this three bedroom plus study home opposite Koornang Park has panoramic parkland views from the doorstep. Inside the residence offers a beautifully designed master bedroom with ensuite, two further bedrooms adjacent to a stylish modern central bathroom, formal sitting room, an upstairs study/retreat, separate dining plus full scale kitchen and light filled north facing living area. Following the graceful angles of this home, the rear garden affords a large alfresco patio and exceptionally well-maintained lawn. Metres to parklands, pool, tram and school. Walk to vibrant Koornang Road cafes, shopping and train.



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Wed 6.00 - 6.30pm & Sat as advertised Sat 22nd March - 2.30pm 68 / G6 $925,000 - $1,025,000 Mark Staples 0411 527 174 Chris Janssens 0418 541 208 Carnegie 9569 3666




ORMOND 17 DALMOR AVENUE Renovated with excellence and sympathetic style. Absolutely beautiful, this glorious 4 bedroom 2 bathroom Californian Bungalow has been painstakingly renovated to blend its original character with modern entertaining. Rich with timber detailing, leadlights and decorative high ceilings, this captivating treasure features an enchanting sitting room (gas fire), elegant dining room, 4 large bedrooms/study (3 with BIRs/ WIR, 1 OFP), stunning spa bathroom, impressive stone kitchen (Ilve stove), expansive open plan entertaining and a manicured private rear garden with relaxing deck. Complete with polished boards, ducted heating, evap cooling & exposed aggregate driveway to a large garage. So quiet, yet so close to North Road shops, train, bus & parkland..



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Wed 4.30 - 5.00pm & Sat as advertised Sat 22nd March - 10.30am 68 / E8 Please contact agent Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Nick Renna 0411 511 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733



668 (approx.)

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ORMOND 17 HOWARD AVENUE Sun splashed comfort in the College zone. Superbly located in the McKinnon Secondary College zone, this casual contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bathroom single level haven makes entertaining easy. Lovingly maintained, this light filled treat enjoys open plan living with parquetry floored dining area, granite/ Emporite kitchen, 3 double bedrooms (BIRs, main - WIR & ensuite), spa bathroom & north-west facing courtyard. With a desirable northern aspect, this well presented home features solid timber floors, ducted heating, air cond, reverse cycle aircon, alarm, high ceilings, exceptional storage & auto garage on own drive. Love that it’s close to schools, parks, Hawthorn Road tram, Monash Uni bus, Centre Road shops, McKinnon Village cafes & local restaurants.



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Wed 1.45 - 2.15pm & Sat as advertised Sun 23rd March - 3.30pm 68 / B8 $660,000 - $710,000 Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Nick Renna 0411 511 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733




BENTLEIGH 26 BENT STREET This generous 4/5 bed plus study 2 bath single level Californian Bungalow is ready to be inspired, with up to 5 spacious living areas (OFPs & pot belly), north facing covered alfresco area, double carport & double garage. McKinnon Secondary College zone. Note: Potential multi unit development site (STCA).

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625 (approx.)

Wed 3.15 - 3.45pm & Sat as advertised Sat 29th March - 12.30pm 68 / E12 $950,000 - $1,050,000 Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Bentleigh 9557 7733

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BENTLEIGH 80 BREWER ROAD Set back from the street on a massive 973 sqm (approx), this original 1950s 3 bed solid brick home has the makings of a fabulous opportunity. An excellent development site (STCA) with investment power, between Centre Road & Patterson Road cafes.

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973 (approx.)

Wed 4.15 - 4.45pm & Sat as advertised Sat 22nd March at 1.30pm 77 / C1 $950,000 - $990,000 Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Bentleigh 9557 7733



BENTLEIGH EAST 57B DEAKIN STREET A symphony of style, this stunning new 3 bedroom plus study 2.5 bathroom residence showcases 3 warm entertaining zones, impressive stone Miele kitchen, tranquil north facing deck in landscaped gardens & auto garage. Walk to GESAC & shops.



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2 Wed 2.00 - 2.30pm & Sat from 12.00pm Sat 15th March - 12.30pm 69 / A11 $800,000 - $860,000 Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733


BENTLEIGH EAST 1/26 MERVIN STREET Delightful double-storey townhouse, zoned to Tucker Road Primary & just a short drive to Centre Road shops! Featuring 3 beds/2 baths plus study, openplan living/dining zones, as well as granite kitchen, landscaped courtyards & d/heat + evap. cooling.




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362 (approx.)

Wed 4.00 - 4.30pm & Sat from 1.00pm Sat 15th March - 1:30pm 77 / H4 Please contact agent Trent Collie 0425 740 484 Calvin Reid 0413 878 860 Bentleigh 9557 7733




BENTLEIGH EAST 20A TUDOR STREET Picture perfect opposite Mackie Road Reserve, this contemporary 3 bed 2.5 bath single level sensation enjoys Tasmanian oak floors, high ceilings, north facing living (pebble fire), spacious dining, generous stone kitchen, private alfresco area & double garage.



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2 Wed 2.45 - 3.15pm & Sat from 11am Sat 15th March - 11.30am 78 / C1 $640,000 - $690,000 Gavin Van Rooyen 0429 129 229 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733


CARNEGIE 57 MORGAN STREET In this sought after street, this immaculate 4 bed plus study 2 bath single level period style home enjoys 2 large living zones, main bedroom (2 WIRs & ensuite), timber kitchen, north facing rear garden with relaxing alfresco area and parking. Metres to pool.



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2 Thurs 5.45 - 6.15pm & Sat as advertised Sat 29th March - 1.30pm 68 / G6 $900,000 - $990,000 Chris Janssens 0418541208 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Carnegie 9569 3666

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MOORABBIN 5A NAROOMA STREET Unrivalled quality is the hallmark of this stunning new 4 bedroom 3.5 bath residence with upstairs & down main bedrooms (WIR & luxury ensuites), nth facing open plan entertaining, luxe stone kitchen, upstairs retreat, unique light well, stylish deck & auto garage.



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2 Wed 6.30 - 7.00pm & Sat from 10.00am Sat 15th March - 10.30am 77 / H6 $720,000 - $790,000 Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Bentleigh 9557 7733


Opposite Allnutt Park in the McKinnon Sec College zone, this immaculate 3 bed 2 bath single level town residence enjoys parquetry, open plan living & dining, family size kitchen, central foyer, private garden courtyard, alfresco patio & auto garage.

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1 Wed 2.30 - 3.00 & Sat as advertised Sun 23rd March - 10.30am 69 / B12 $620,000 - $680,000 Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 Bentleigh 9557 7733


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ELSTERNWICK 1/6-8 Glen Eira Road



Ground floor villa apartment Featuring spacious open-plan living and dining, bedrooms with BIRs, large separate kitchen and central bathroom with laundry facilities, this opportunity is perfect for the aspirational first-home buyer or as a gem to add to your investment crown.




Secure, Spacious + Bonus Garage Auction Sat 29 Mar, 1:00 Quoting $375K - $400K Juanita Kelly 0419 589 724 Simon Gomolinski 0418 563 291 Elsternwick 9519 8333

Elsternwick 370 Glenhuntly Road 9519 8333

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PRAHRAN 3/297 Dandenong Road

This refurbished apartment features spacious living area with balcony, updated kitchen with bright meals area, bathroom with laundry, separate toilet, reverse-cycle heating/cooling and lock-up garage. Close to transport and High & Chapel Street shops.

Auction Sat 15 Mar, 11:00 View by appointment Juanita Kelly 0419 589 724 Simon Gomolinski 0418 563 291 Elsternwick 9519 8333

348 Orrong Road Caulfield 9526 1999 55 Inkerman Street St Kilda 9066 4688

MURRUMBEENA 9 VICTORY STREET Lovingly maintained, this classic 3 bedroom 2 bathroom brick home brings modern styling to its retro look, featuring a sun splashed lounge (gas heater), relaxing family room, generous rear garden, carport and garage. Walk to Duncan Mackinnon Reserve.



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2 Wed 4.30 - 5.00pm & Sat as advertised Sat 22nd March - 11.30am 69 / A8 $700,000 - $770,000 Chris Janssens 0418 541 208 Mark Staples 0411 527 174 Carnegie 9569 3666

2 Nottage Street ST KILDA EAST Perfect Potential In A Prized Position Meticulously maintained, this seventies home offers solid bones for revival. Use the brilliant proportions & retro flavor as a springboard to your creativity as you work your magic to update the lounge/dining & kitchen/meals area.

Auction Sunday 30 Mar 3:30pm Inspect Sat 10:45-11:15 & Sun 11:45-12:15 Guide $1,300,000 - $1,430,000 Contact Aviv Samuel 0401 378 582 Leor Samuel 0413 079 255

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348 Orrong Road Caulfield 9526 1999 55 Inkerman Street St Kilda 9066 4688

18 Narrawong Road CAULFIELD SOUTH Superbly Spacious, Stress-Free & Family Friendly Contemporary class marries perfectly with a stunning sense of spaciousness at this enviably located residence with three dedicated living areas, granite kitchen & north-facing courtyard beneath a rain-sensor louvered pergola for alfresco relaxation the whole year.

Auction Sunday 30 Mar 1:30pm Inspect Sat 3:00-3:30 & Sun 2:00-2:30 Guide $950,000 - $1,050,000 Contact Leor Samuel 0413 079 255 Aviv Samuel 0401 378 582

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0 B 3.5 02


15 Ellington Street CAULFIELD SOUTH Five-Star Family-Sized Paradise This family entertainer showcases a flawless integration of luxury, comfort & poolside paradise with formal & informal zones, superb hostess kitchen, study, upstairs retreat & a covered alfresco setting overlooking the garden & pool. NOTE: Land size 758m2 (approximate title dimensions)

Auction Sunday 30 Mar 2:30pm Inspect Sat 2:00-2:30 & Sun 1:15-1:45 Contact Darren Krongold 0438 515 433 Sally Zelman 0412 294 488

5 A0 0 A B3 B0 2


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348 Orrong Road Caulfield 9526 1999 55 Inkerman Street St Kilda 9066 4688


Grand, Gracious & Geared For Family Living Superior craftsmanship combined with a Golden Mile location on 905m2 (approximate title dimensions) sets this sophisticated family entertainer apart. The foyer’s soaring ceiling & grand sweeping staircase create an elegant entrance for the array of handsomely appointed formal & informal zones, rumpus room & fully fitted home office complete with waiting room & separate entry. The expansive kitchen is comprehensively equipped with everything a chef could want as well as a butler’s kitchen neatly concealed behind bi-fold doors. The manicured landscaping that surrounds the pool entices wonderful outdoor relaxation. AUCTION THIS SATURDAY 11:30

1 Raglan Street CAULFIELD NORTH A Beautiful Blend Of Light, Space & Quality This modern townhouse comes fully equipped with life’s creature comforts without the hassles of maintenance. Vibrant & fresh, the quality home showcases a living room, black granite kitchen, bright dining space & alfresco courtyard. 42 The weekly review \ MARCH 12, 2014

Auction Sunday 23 March 12:30pm Inspect Wed 2:00-2:30 & Sun 3:30-4:00 Contact Darren Krongold 0438 515 433 Sally Zelman 0412 294 488 Phillip Kingston 0414 353 547

05 A A 3.50 B B 02



Auction Saturday 15 Mar 11:30am Inspect Sat from 11:00 Guide $750,000 - $825,000 Contact Lisa Alberts 0418 458 450 Phillip Kingston 0414 353 547

03 A 2.5 0 B 02


47a Tucker Road BENTLEIGH The Very Essence Of Townhouse Perfection Sleek, spacious & streamlined, this 33 square house sized town residence combines family-size luxury & style. Quality shines throughout the dream design with its formal living, family/meals, Miele kitchen, 2 outdoor areas, study & parents’ retreat.

Auction Saturday 15 Mar 12:30pm Inspect Sat from 12:00 Guide $950,000 - $1,045,000 Contact Daniel Fisher 0409 797 560 Darren Krongold 0438 515 433

05 A 03 B 1+ 0


348 Orrong Road Caulfield 9526 1999 55 Inkerman Street St Kilda 9066 4688


1/62 Alma Road ST KILDA Tastefully Updated With Designer Flair Your wish is finally here. Stunningly updated with feel-good taste & style, this ground-floor apartment has everything. Dining & separate living, leafy balcony, Miele kitchen & artistically textured walls in the huge main bedroom. The time to act decisively is now as others may share your wish.

16 Acacia Street ELSTERNWICK Absolutely Flawless, Utterly Gorgeous Subtle French touches highlight the striking décor of this interior decorator’s home. Each room tells a different story – from the lounge/dining to the open kitchen/family/meals, courtyard & garden, upstairs playroom & huge master ensuite.

Auction Saturday 15 Mar 3:30pm Inspect Sat from 3:00 Guide $490,000 - $540,000 02 A Contact Benjamin Rothschild 0417 597 748 01 B Phillip Kingston 0414 353 547 01


Auction Sunday 23 Mar 10:30am Inspect Sat 2:15-2:45 & Sun 12:15-12:45 Guide $1,100,000 - $1,200,000 Contact Adam Joske 0414 337 979 Joel Ser 0415 337 708

04 A 03 B 02


6 Keys Avenue BRIGHTON EAST A Privileged Lakeside Panorama Panoramic lake views with indoor-outdoor heated pool & spa create a boutique environment for this exclusive two-storey, four bedroom residence with a double garage abutting Landcox Park. Two living areas, courtyard & balcony & granite kitchen.

18 Holroyd Avenue ST KILDA EAST Brimming With Charm, Grace & Family Space Framed by landscaped gardens, this Federation/Californian home is graced with beautiful proportions. Tastefully extended for a relaxed lifestyle, the interior features a dining room, sitting room, Ilve kitchen/meals & upstairs kids’ zone.

Auction Saturday 22 Mar 10:30am Inspect Sat 11:30-12:00 & Sun 11:00-11:30 Guide $1,350,000 - $1,500,000 Contact Leon Gouzenfiter 0422 339 791 Ben Ajzner 0421 706 836

04 A 02 B 02


Auction Sunday 23 Mar 1:30pm Inspect Sat 3:30-4:00 & Sun 1:30-2:00 Guide $1,300,000 - $1,430,000 Contact Daniel Micmacher 0419 376 521 Jeremy Rosens 0413 837 723

04 A 02 B 2+ 0


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348 Orrong Road Caulfield 9526 1999 55 Inkerman Street St Kilda 9066 4688

To be Sold SeparaTely

12 Wilgah Street ST KILDA EAST Immaculate & Impressive In A Prime Locale This easy-flowing home embraces a great deal of space, comfort & light with a sitting room/study/dining area, welldesigned kitchen & an open-plan living/dining room with double French doors leading to a pergola-covered courtyard & spacious garden.

92 Seymour Road ELSTERNWICK Edwardian Charm With A Contemporary Edge What a combination ‌ the warmth of period character & contemporary edginess. This gorgeous home features sensational living/dining floored in polished concrete, a sleek Ilve kitchen & a seamless integration with decking & luscious green lawn. 44 The weekly review \ MARCH 12, 2014

Auction Sunday 23 Mar 1:30pm Inspect Sat 1:45-2:15 & Sun 12:00-12:30 Guide $840,000 - $920,000 04 A Contact Limor Herskovitz 0411 961 351 2.5 0 B Joseph Ben-Danan 0408 135 948 01


Auction Saturday 29 Mar 11:30am Inspect Sat 1:30-2:00 & Sun 1:00-1:30 Guide $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 Contact Adam Joske 0414 337 979 Arlene Joffe 0409 817 698

04 A 02 B 01

C 1 & 4/182 Balaclava Road CAULFIELD NORTH

brand-New luxury Within your reach Defined by clean lines & luxury amenities, this selection of five new residences embraces the fundamentals of modern sophistication. Generous living/dining, studies, quality kitchens & terraces combine to create an urban-style ambience.

29 Kent Grove CAULFIELD NORTH Solid, Comfortable & Easily Updateable Spacious & comfortable, this single-level home encapsulates seventies design principles. The structure is sound & the proportions generous. Cast your creative eye over the layout & picture how a renovation or possible addition of a second storey could literally take it to the next level (STCA).

auction Saturday 29 Mar 10:30 & 10:45am View Sat 1:30-2:00 & Sun 12:15-12:45 Guide $840,000 - $925,000 3/4 0 A Contact Rafi Joffe 0419 387 006 03 B Phillip Kingston 0414 353 547 02


Auction Sunday 30 Mar 11:30am Inspect Sat 3:30-4:00 & Sun 12:00-12:30 Guide $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 Contact Darren Krongold 0438 515 433 Sally Zelman 0412 294 488

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