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veryone’s a top bloke when they’re dead, sang The usually shriek about being out on the streets if judges Chaser’s Andrew Hansen some years ago. There is don’t have the courage and the proper understanding of something about the mysterious and frightening “community concerns” to lock them away for the rest of transition to the netherworld that blunts our collective their lives. Unless they’re Chopper. scorn towards our fellow citizens and immediately Some of this is not so difficult to understand: it’s confers on them the status of hero. Or, at the very human nature to have a sneaking admiration for a bad least, top bloke. It seems to be the ultimate form of guy, and a city like Melbourne particularly likes its declining to kick a man when he’s down, given gangland characters – mostly because we have there’s no point lower that he can go. the luxury of only reading about them and of He is a Something like this has just happened with living lives far removed from their dangerous the high-profile death of stand-over man crook with domains (unless our children buy party drugs, and self-confessed murderer Mark Brandon but that’s another story and one we’d all rather heart “Chopper” Read. Reams of giddy newsprint not focus on). But the particular fondness were given over to celebrating – yes, celebrating for Chopper is something else altogether, and – the life and violent times of this man, and from for me the affection all comes down to humour: the pages emerges a violent, thuggish, but nonetheless the quality Australians revere above all others; the charming, winning bandit. He is a crook with heart; an personality trait that can elevate anyone above their outlaw to be spoken of in the same terms as Ned Kelly. crimes. Do a terrible thing, we’ll hang you high; but tell In truth, Read worked as a stand-over man and was a joke about it and we’ll give you a TV show. convicted of armed robbery, assault, kidnapping, arson, A film such as Chopper would never have been made, impersonating a police officer and attempted murder. and would never have been the success that it was, This is the sort of person that the tabloid newspapers without the disarming humour of a quite witty man at

its heart. And the apparent paradox of a violent man being funny and smart, quick and clever with words gives him a piquancy that makes it easy for some to overlook an awful history. It’s what drew journalists Andrew Rule and John Silvester to Read and to begin their writing partnership. It’s what turned public opinion against the producers of a late-night TV chat show when Read got drunk in the green room and appeared foul-mouthed on air: Read was not the villain, instead those who provided him with beer were. One of my closest friends is a former County Court judge who had a little to do with Chopper in his early days. Now, this is a man who finds little about malfeasance to be funny: he’s not a humourless man, but he is a deeply moral and sober man who takes the law seriously. But ask him about Chopper and a smile immediately starts to play about his face, his voice lifts and the anecdotes come pouring out with more enthusiasm and, yes, even affection than I think he’d like to admit. There was something about this bad, violent but funny man that seems to have got under the skin of so many who surely knew better. \

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socialising, tea and cake and roast dinners. Losing it involves abstinence, carrot sticks and focus, focus, focus. I’m trying my hardest to swap chocolate for fruit, wine for mineral water (just every now I’m just and then), and to ramp up the vegies and fibre. taking it I’m not alone. The great Spring Panic is one mint everywhere. Venture down to your local park slice at a right now and tell me the evidence isn’t all time over the place. People in spanking new Nike running shoes attempting to make it around the oval at least once, bootcampers, personal trainers and iPhones attached to Lorna Jane-wearing fast walkers pounding all over the pavement. It’s busier than the post-New Year resolution, first week of January at the moment. Will any of us last the distance? Will we get to the place we need to be and stay there? Will any of us ever win the great weight war, and sit comfortably and happily at a healthy weight. I’m just taking it one mint slice at a time. And unlike the old scales, which might have deigned to flicker a little bit after about a month of hard work, the new ones are much more responsive, and show every little bit of weight loss, even just a little point-something of a kilogram. Watching them go down can be quite exciting, which sounds pathetic really, the things that get you going in middle age. But there may be some good in bad. \ khall@theweeklyreview.com.au we welcoMe your feedback @

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adi Elbarbar was once kicked out of class for being too opinionated. But it did not put him off fighting for what he thought was right. Instead, it inspired him to become a teacher and do a better job than some of those who taught him. The passionate social justice campaigner learnt about the dangers of speaking out during a year 11 international studies class. “I got kicked out of the course for sharing my opinions too vocally,” he says. “I’m not someone that will hide my emotions or my point of view. I have always had a passion for social justice, although it never had a name. It was always just about helping those less fortunate and being a voice.” Now a teacher of humanities and religious studies at St Monica’s College, Epping, Elbarbar is the third of five children. His siblings, Feeras, Fida, the only girl, Fawaz and Fouadare, are aged from 31 to 21. Fadi, 27, was literally the middle man from a young age. “I would always ensure my brothers were all treated equally and would commonly argue with my parents if this was not the case,” he says. Their parents came from Lebanon when its politics was improving but still difficult. Elbarbar’s father, Sami, migrated first with his mother and sister and started a business before returning for his wife, Joumana. They caught a helicopter to the airport because it was too dangerous to drive. Sami and Joumana took many jobs to support their family and at one stage lived behind a milk bar. Joumana also worked in a variety of other shops and

between years nine and 10 to stand 205 centimetres, or six feet nine in the old language, Elbarbar says he was too unco-ordinated to be a top sportsman. Instead, he loved the social side of school and debating issues in class. His political antenna was tuned early, learning about the troubles in his parents’ home country and others in the Middle East. At a local youth group, he met people of Lebanese, Syrian, Palestinian and Jordanian backgrounds. Learning about their histories and growing up in a democracy himself, Elbarbar formed strong views about the need for social justice regardless of a person’s heritage or socio-economic status. In the schoolyard he also played diplomat, helping solve arguments and explain that minor squabbles, such as stealing balls, were not necessarily based on race. These skills earned him a job representing his school at a local council youth hub, organising events and talking about multiculturalism. After his expulsion from international studies, Elbarbar decided the teacher was lousy and imposing her views on the students. He also had a maths teacher who literally taught something different every day; statistics one day, trigonometry the next. “She just had no clue,” he says. Rather than put him off, these experiences motivated Elbarbar to teach and to do it better. He was also inspired by the likes of his year-12 maths teacher, Con Zanetidis, who was good at what he did and cared about the students. “He was not as

He chose teaching history, geography and religious studies at St Monica’s because it was close to home and he admired its principal, Brian Hanley. “You could tell that he was a big part of why it’s so successful,” Elbarbar says. “I just got that vibe from him.” So impressed is Elbarbar with his school and its community that he is in the process of converting to Catholicism. He didn’t particularly dislike his birth religion, but he feels a stronger connection with the Catholic Church. When he was a child, the Greek Orthodox sermons were mostly in an Arabic dialect he didn’t know and the minister was often negative. “I remember once … he was talking about idols and idolising pop stars and the example he gave was John Wayne, which was about 40 years removed,” he says. At St Monica’s, which has almost 1900 students, Elbarbar’s passion has found the perfect home. He loves teaching and the pastoral side of Catholic life. “The school is the church and the kids here are fantastic,” he says. “I enjoy morning prayer. I look forward to mass.” This faith was repaid when Elbarbar proposed the new position of social justice co-ordinator. Hanley jumped at the chance. Since last year Elbarbar, who has completed a Caritas Australia immersion program, has divided his time between teaching and organising school and community projects. More than 100 students are running 25 projects across the school, involving everything from human

education \ Faith can play a role in great teaching, writes Cheryl Critchley

Sami drove taxis for years, working up to 16 hours a day. He has been unable to work since having a stroke several years ago. Elbarbar attended three primary schools as his parents moved for work. He spent prep and grade one at St Damian’s in Bundoora, grades two and three at Coburg North and 4-6 at Greenvale Primary. He then attended Gladstone Park Secondary College. Moving schools was no drama for this confident, intelligent and social student. He made friends easily. When he was house captain in primary school, he took nothing for granted. “I used to pride myself in knowing every single student’s name,” he says. Elbarbar and his siblings were born in Melbourne but he wasn’t keen on local sport in primary school, preferring the academic side. When he played cricket for the first time, he turned up dressed in black. “I’d seen cricket and I’d been at training a couple of times but no one told me that you dress in white,” he says with a laugh. “I didn’t even know there was such a thing as interschool sports before I got invited to play cricket at Greenvale.” Elbarbar was also “tricked” into following Carlton by his father’s best friend, who promised to take him to the football but took him only once. He stuck with the Blues, however, and now loves footy and cricket. Despite growing 30 centimetres in six weeks

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concerned about himself looking good than he was about making sure the kids were enjoying his class and doing OK,” he says. After year 12, Elbarbar started international business studies at RMIT but hated it and soon switched to a bachelor of arts degree at La Trobe University in Bendigo. Forced to choose between feminine or religious studies, he opted for comparative religions and “fell in love”. Elbarbar’s family is Greek Orthodox but was never overly strict. “It was just so interesting looking at all the different religions and their beliefs and rituals,” he says. He decided to major in religious studies and sociology, finishing his degree at La Trobe’s Bundoora campus. To make ends meet while studying, Elbarbar worked long hours as a waiter and a security guard, using his diplomatic skills to calm drunk city nightclub patrons. “I started working when I was 10,” he says. “My first job was as a paper boy. On the day I turned 14 and nine months, I started at a KFC.” The hard work paid off in more ways than one. Elbarbar met his veterinary nurse wife, Dominique, 25, while waiting tables. They married two years ago. After completing his diploma of education at Australian Catholic University in 2008, Elbarbar was offered jobs at Assumption College in Kilmore, where he did his rounds, and St Monica’s College, Epping.

trafficking and homelessness to a committee of students involved in discussing the post-2015 United Nations Millennium Development Goals agenda. St Monica’s is also one of Victoria’s first Fair Trade certified schools, using fair trade tea and coffee for staff and sports balls for PE, and part of former British prime minister Tony Blair’s Face to Faith project. It sees students video conference in India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Italy and California. “We’re actually the first school in the world to receive the highest certification that Face to Faith offers to schools,” Elbarbar says. St Monica’s has several refugee students from countries such as Sudan and Iraq, so Elbarbar is determined to raise awareness about their plight. He invites asylum seekers to speak to students and dispel some of the myths about “queue jumping”. “The most important thing in terms of social justice is it’s all about raising awareness about issues,” he says. “I think a lot of kids in this generation are very insular.” Elbarbar wants to not only help others but also ensure that students understand why they are doing it. “I sort of felt that it was important that people understood why we were doing it, not just doing it for the sake of doing it,” he says. “You’ve got to have that understanding … you’ve got to have that empathy.” \ ccritchley@theweeklyreview.com.au

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In 2010 Iannantuono, with fellow St Monica’s alumni Maria Agostinelli (née Pagano), Michelle Oudin and Luisa Ranisavljev (née Iannantuono), opened Sacred Keys in Epping. The wellness centre offers many pathways to healing, with philosophies based on connecting body, mind and spirit. With 20 practitioners, it has flourished and touched more than 6000 people in some way. Their old school is proud of their determination to follow their passions and lead the way in chasing their dreams “as with God, trust, love and energy to give, all things are made possible!” \

Now a mother of two, Nido completed a combined bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery at the University of Melbourne. After her advanced general practitioner training at the West Brunswick Clinic, she was accepted into the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of GPs in 2003. Her work includes tutoring as an examiner for the Royal Australian College of GPs. Nido is now GP liaison officer at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, and works in the emergency department of the Royal Children’s Hospital. \

Graduating from La Trobe University with a bachelor of arts majoring in cinema and media studies, Byrne worked in post-production before further study at Victorian College of the Arts, Australian Film Television and Radio School, and Footscray City Films. Byrne’s graduate film, Opraholic, premiered at the 2003 Fringe Festival. In 2005 she joined agency 27DC, then part of the Mushroom Group, working with some of Australia’s biggest names in entertainment. She now produces advertisements and TV series at Horizon Films, one of Melbourne’s oldest production companies. \

After completing his studies at St Monica’s, Bell studied aerospace engineering at RMIT and obtained an internship with Rolls-Royce PLC in Britain, working as a systems integration engineer and development engineer on jet engines. He completed a bachelor of aerospace engineering with first-class honours in 2011 and now works for Australian Aerospace designing modifications for the Australian military’s helicopters. He hopes to continue improving the helicopters and one day be a chief engineer for a large aerospace project. \

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Peugeot 208 gti What is it? The best hot hatch around. What’s in it? A 147-kilowatt turbo petrol four-cylinder with a six-speed manual. is it thirsty? I used 12.5 litres per 100 kilometres in the city, 6.5 in the country. The official combined figure is 5.9. $33,723

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BRUNSWICK 133 Victoria Street

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The feelgood factor This free standing three bedroom Edwardian's central living/dining area reflects this home's engaging balance of character and

Auction Sat 26 Oct, 3.00

comfort and leads to a modern separate kitchen. Beyond, a north facing courtyard delivers generous dimensions, work-shop,

View Wed 5:15 - 5:45; Sat 11:00 - 11:30

right-of-way and the option to introduce off street parking if so desired. NBN wiring leads the comprehensive list of lifestyle

Lisa Roberts 0413 265 362

attractions that defines the location, surrounded by Sydney Road and Lygon Street, close to Brunswick pool, four tram lines,

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Fleming Park and fantastic shopping and cafes.

CARLTON 411/1 Bouverie Street

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Quality has a name - Bouverie Close In a Carlton location so close to the CBD that it has serious city credibility, this Bouverie Close apartment features a living/

Auction Sat 26 Oct, 11.00

dining area, inviting terrace and Caesar-stone kitchen, each kept beautifully bright by northerly aspects. Two bedrooms, main

Quoting $520K - $570K

with ensuite, and a central second bathroom complete great spaces, enhanced by reverse cycle heating/cooling and video

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security. Allocated garage and storage are added assets in an address that incorporates a substantial landscaped courtyard

Glenn Bartlett 0418 337 710

terrace and a superb shared roof-top entertaining area that offers mesmerising sights.

Ian Rye 0418 302 458 Carlton 9347 1755

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PORT MELBOURNE 22 Stokes Street

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'LAYWELL TERRACE' c1889 A selection of three beautiful three bedroom Victorian terrace residences, to be offered separately, each individually inviting,

Auction Sat 26 Oct from 12.00

all enhanced by desirable proximity to Bay Street with the water just a stone's throw from your doorstep. Exceptionally rare,

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period properties of such classic character assume significant status in Port Melbourne. Each delivers large living rooms,

Jason Sharpe 0438 847 700

separate kitchen/meals spaces, majestic upstairs main bedrooms and generous courtyards behind traditional aesthetics.

Luke Piccolo 0412 951 273

Iconic bay side homes promise huge rewards, from either lifestyle or investment points of view.

Carlton 9347 1755

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CARLTON NORTH 3/959 Rathdowne Street

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Style, substance and sunlight

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COBURG 30 May Street

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Flexible family dimensions

The impact of space is made dramatically clear by

Auction Sat 19 Oct, 1.00

This expansive three bedroom home boasts a large

this exceptional townhouse close to Princes Park.

Quoting $700K - $750K

central living zone with gas fireplace, leafy aspects &

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Northern light fills a spectacular living room

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adjacent study. The grand spaces continue into the

Jason Sharpe 0438 847 700

complemented by huge separate kitchen/dining

Jason Sharpe 0438 847 700

large kitchen with gas cooking & outlook over a

Luke Piccolo 0412 951 273

overlooking a leafy courtyard. Upstairs

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backyard which has to be seen to be believed.

Carlton 9347 1755

accommodation & lock up garage.

Carlton 9347 1755

Separate studio, work shed, storage space & OSP.

Carlton 393 Rathdowne Street 9347 1755

Auction Sat 19 Oct, 2.30

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CARLTON 1 York Place

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THE VERY BEST CARLTON HAS TO OFFER! Living in the heart of Carlton simply doesn’t get any better. This spectacular contemporary property of mammoth proportions (over 43 sqm approx.) offers a wonderful living environment of architectural brilliance with the versatility of a ground floor office in this ´tucked away´ location. Cleverly designed layout - light filled voluminous living, dining & family zones (4.3m windows), amazing city views & entertainer’s rooftop terrace. 3 large bedrooms (master suite), 2 limestone bathrooms, study, double car garage (access Beard Place). Seldom will you find an opportunity in such a brilliantly convenient & lifestyle rich position

CARLTON NORTH 218 Station Street

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AUCTION INSPECT OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 26 October at 12pm Thu 12-12.30 & 6.15-6.45 & Sat 2.30-3 Carlton North | 9347 4322 Nicholas West 0418 559 494

AUCTION INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 2 November at 10.30am Thu 6.15-6.45 & Sat 12.15-12.45 $850,000 - $935,000 Carlton North | 9347 4322 James Pilliner 0405 106 421 Shayne Mooney 0407 549 148

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QUALITY AND STYLE IN A BRILLIANT CITY-EDGE LOCATION! Noticeably wider than most, this gorgeous solid-brick Federation home delivers a modern executive lifestyle cleverly wrapped in period elegance and charm. Inviting interior highlights three bedrooms and stunning central bathroom, quality kitchen with stainless steel appliances, spacious open-plan living/dining area bathed in natural light out to a private courtyard with decked entertaining area, ROW. Features include split-system heating/cooling, alarm, European laundry, lead-light windows and high ornate ceilings. Close to Nicholson Street trams, Rathdowne Street cafes and boutique shops, local parks and primary schools. 32 The weekly review \ OCTOBER 16, 2013


FITZROY 278 Gore Street

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AMAZING SPACE! A LANDMARK CONVERSION Vast living spaces, soaring ceilings and garaging for 6 cars distinguish this magnificent residence. The Bible Christian Church (ca 1860) has been sensitively converted to offer grand living and dining zone, paved terrace, main BR/retreat (dressing room and ensuite), 2 BRs, 2 studies, luxury kitchen, family bathroom and voluminous storage. The garage/ rumpus level incorporates a cellar and storeroom. Retaining exquisite period detail, the property features hydronic heating, polished timber floors and security entry.

FITZROY 32 Argyle Street

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AUCTION INSPECT OFFICE CONTACT

This Sat at 2pm Thu 6.30-7 & Sat 1.30-2 Fitzroy | 9417 1956 Rick Daniel 0409 737 985 Arch Staver 0417 515 802

AUCTION INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 19 October at 1.30pm Thur 5.30-6 & Sat 1-1.30pm $1,350,000 - $1,500,000 Fitzroy | 9417 1956 Nicholas West 0418 559 494 Andrew De Angelis 0402 039 342

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CAPTIVATING INNER CITY HAVEN WITH VERSATILE OPTIONS This spectacular contemporary property has been cleverly designed and quality built (with internal lift), to accommodate a spacious family living/working environment in the heart of Fitzroy. Its versatile & substantial layout showcases 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (ensuites), private balconies & large outdoor entertainer terraces with views, various living/ dining/office zones, central gourmet kitchen plus auto roller door tandem garage. A very unique property that must be inspected to be fully appreciated! Note: Mixed Use Zoning

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FITZROY NORTH 1A Newry Street

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STUPENDOUS WAREHOUSE STYLE WITH ROOM TO IMPROVE This grand Victorian stables/factory with stunning central courtyard garden offers vast studio (136.sq.m approx), 2 lightfilled living areas, 5 bedrooms, large home office, country kitchen, 2 bathrooms, utility rooms and fine historic detail, close to Rathdowne Village and the Edinburgh Gardens, with great scope for further improvement. More info: www.1anewryst.com

FITZROY 18 John Street POSITION PLUS POTENTIAL! This light-filled Victorian offers 2 double BRs and spacious living/dining open to modernised kitchen, with exciting opportunities to renovate and extend (STCA) in a prime position just minutes from Brunswick St.

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AUCTION Sat 26 October at 3pm INSPECT Thu 5.45-6.15 & Sat 12.30-1 GUIDE $650,000 - $700,000 CONTACT Rick Daniel 0409 737 985 Fitzroy | 9417 1956

AUCTION INSPECT OFFICE CONTACT

This Sat at 3pm Wed 6-6.30 & Sat 2.30-3 Fitzroy | 9417 1956 Arch Staver 0417 515 802 Rick Daniel 0409 737 985

FITZROY 155 Gore Street RENOVATION OPPORTUNITY This Victorian balcony terrace in need of total renovation comprises living and dining rooms, 3 bedrooms, utility rooms and courtyard, close to Brunswick and Smith Sts and the CBD.

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AUCTION Sat 26 October at 1pm INSPECT Thu 5-5.30 & Sat 1.15-1.45 GUIDE $650,000 - $700,000 CONTACT Rick Daniel 0409 737 985 Fitzroy | 9417 1956


NORTHCOTE 4 Hillside Avenue

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FIRST-CLASS FAMILY LIVING! In a premier Northcote location, this stunning 5BR home offers an enormous floorplan with quality features inside and out. Gorgeous interior comprises three downstairs bedrooms (master with WIR and ensuite), stylish main bathroom, superb kitchen with Asko/Smeg appliances and big walk-in pantry, open-plan living/dining area. Upstairs: two further bedrooms, bathroom, storeroom, lounge/rumpus and study area, balcony. Highlights include hydronic heating and splitsystem a/c, parquetry/hardwood floors, plus an outdoor entertaining deck and adjoining bar room, delightful backyard garden, front off-street parking via electric-gated driveway.

FITZROY 148 Nicholson Street GRAND INNER-CITY TERRACE Instantly enjoyable with amazing potential to modernize, this grand balconied terrace includes four bedrooms and three bathrooms, study, formal lounge and dining, updated kitchen/ meals. Features include towering ceilings, marble-mantled fireplaces, hydronic heating, plus a private rear courtyard with ROW.

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AUCTION Sat 26 October at 2pm INSPECT Thu 12.15-12.45 & Sat 1-1.30 GUIDE $1,370,000 - $1,500,000 CONTACT Shayne Mooney 0407 549 148 James Pilliner 0405 106 421 Fitzroy | 9417 1956

AUCTION INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 26 October at 12pm Thu 12.30-1.00/5.45-6.15, Sat 2.45-3.15 $1,250,000 - $1,350,000 Northcote | 9486 1800 Tom Alexiadis 0417 030 452 Spiros Karagiannidis 0413 348 793

FITZROY 21/183 Kerr Street

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AUTHENTIC WAREHOUSE STYLE This spacious high-ceilinged apartment in the MacRobertson development offers vast living/dining, covered balcony, 2 bedrooms, galley kitchen and bathroom, with industrial finishes, security, large storage cage and garaging, close to Smith and Brunswick Sts.

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AUCTION Sat 26 October at 11am INSPECT Thu 5-5.30 & Sat 12.30-1 GUIDE $620,000 - $680,000 CONTACT Roland Paterson 0417 367 997 Fitzroy | 9417 1956

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REGENT 18 Home Street

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EXTENDED AND RENOVATED - PLUS MOUNTAIN VIEWS! With its versatile floorplan, big block (land approx 743sqm) and Oakhill Estate location, this superb home showcases four bedrooms, ensuite and main bathroom, spacious lounge, stone-bench kitchen with walk-in pantry, open-plan living/ dining area, bi-folds to entertainers´ balcony with views to the Dandenongs. Features include heating and cooling, modern laundry, huge under-house rumpus/studio and big storage areas, plus a deep backyard. Close to Plenty Road trams, schools, parks and shops. *Photo ID Required*

THORNBURY 1/144 Flinders Street INNER CITY GEM This Edwardian gem comps of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, formal lounge, mod. kitchen with meals area & sep. European laundry. Other features include ducted heating, split-system a/c, automated VLux sunroof, restored ceiling panels, lead lighting, original hardwood floors, in-built wardrobes, Bosch appliances, secure OSP & private courtyard. 36 The weekly review \ OCTOBER 16, 2013

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AUCTION This Saturday at 2pm INSPECT Thur 6.30-7 & Sat 1.30-2 GUIDE $650,000 - $720,000 CONTACT Tom Alexiadis 0417 030 452 Spiros Karagiannidis 0413 348 793 Northcote | 9486 1800

AUCTION INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 26 October at 2pm Thurs 6-6.30 & Sat 1-1.30 $660,000 - $730,000 Preston | 9478 5000 Michelle Portelli 0414 758 541 Brian Magro 0424 377 187

BRUNSWICK 55 Collier Crescent SINGLE FRONT, DOUBLE BLOCK! With its impressive 10m frontage and sublime garden surrounds, this freestanding Edwardian highlights two large bedrooms (BIRs), wide lounge and updated kitchen/dining area, bathroom and laundry, ducted heating and split-system a/c, plus brick-paved entertaining area, bungalow, delightful sideway garden and north-facing backyard with ROW.

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AUCTION Sat 26 October at 1pm INSPECT Thu 5.30-6 & Sat 11-11.30 GUIDE $700,000 - $750,000 CONTACT Peter Jones 0411 249 965 Brunswick | 9388 0088


NORTH MELBOURNE 13-15 Donnovans Lane 3/4

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STUNNING WAREHOUSE CONVERSION BY SIX DEGREES ARCHITECTS (Access via Wood Street) This former stable and warehouse has been deftly converted to a multi zoned family home featuring Six Degrees signature mix of blending industrial with contemporary design. This is the genuine article where the building´s soul has not been lost. With bespoke finishes, historic textures, and a versatile layout incorporating vast living/dining, a beautiful "sit in" kitchen which spills out to the tranquil garden, 3 bedrooms (Master with ensuite and WIR), 4th/study and a TV lounge. Located in the University High zone on Hotham Hill this rare and unique home is quietly tucked away.

CLIFTON HILL 135 Gold Street CONTEMPORARY EDWARDIAN This architect- renovated 2 bedroom residence close to Queens Parade and parks offers light-filled living and dining areas flowing to tranquil courtyard garden, stylish kitchen and bathroom, with energy-efficient design, fine period detail and generous storage.

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AUCTION Sat 26 October at 3.30pm INSPECT Thu 12.30-1 & Sat 11.45-12.15 GUIDE $780,000 - $850,000 CONTACT Roland Paterson 0417 367 997 Fitzroy | 9417 1956

AUCTION INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 9 November at 3pm Thu 5.30-6 & Sat 12.30-1 $1,300,000 - $1,450,000 Fitzroy | 9417 1956 Peter Stephens 0418 104 214 Sonya Laferla 0419 230 985

NORTHCOTE 67 Westbourne Grv SPACIOUS AND SPOTLESS! On a generous corner block, this pristine 3BR home includes central bathroom, lounge, dining area and adjoining kitchen, ducted heating and cooling, big patio and north-facing backyard, plus under-house tandem double garage and huge workroom/storage area. Close to trams and trains, local schools, High Street shops and eateries.

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AUCTION Sat 26 Oct at 11am INSPECT Thu 5.15-5.45 & Sat 12.45-1.15 GUIDE $800,000 - $880,000 CONTACT John Karr 0419 522 328 Lorey Whelan 0407 541 923 Northcote | 9486 1800

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NORTH MELBOURNE 76 Molesworth Street

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REFINED AND SPACIOUS ´SCARBOROUGH HOUSE´ This historic balcony terrace (ca 1871) has been sensitively renovated for family living, in a prime position close to Errol St and Royal Park. A superbly zoned floor plan offers 4 large bedrooms (one with luxury ensuite), expansive formal and informal living areas, a large study, well-appointed kitchen, 2 further bathrooms and laundry. On a deep landscaped block with mature plantings, this fine property including a garage and wide balcony features polished jarrah floors, open fireplaces and other period detail, hydronic heating, split-system airconditioning, alarm and intercom systems.

FITZROY 4/55-59 Moor Street AUTHENTIC CONVERSION STYLE This stylish high-ceilinged warehouse apartment midway between Brunswick St and the Carlton Gardens offers spacious living/dining, 2 double BRs, well-fitted kitchen and tiled bathroom, plus garaging, security, quality fittings, polished floors and industrial detail.

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AUCTION Sat 26 October at 1pm INSPECT Thu 5.45-6.15 & Sat 12-12.30 GUIDE $630,000 - $690,000 CONTACT Luke Chisholm 0439 392 887 Fitzroy | 9417 1956

AUCTION INSPECT GUIDE OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 26 October at 2pm Thu 2-2.30 & Sat 3.45-4.15 $1,500,000 - $1,700,000 Fitzroy | 9417 1956 Arch Staver 0417 515 802 Rick Daniel 0409 737 985

FITZROY NORTH 10/83 Miller St PERFECTLY POSITIONED! In a leafy enclave close to trams, cafes and Merri Creek parkland, this gorgeous home comprises two bedrooms (BIRs) and central bathroom, well-appointed kitchen and open living/dining area out to a delightful north-facing courtyard garden, plus split-system a/c, attic-ladder to in-roof storage, separate laundry, car space on title.

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AUCTION Sat 26 October at 1pm INSPECT Thu 5.30-6 & Sat 11.30-12 GUIDE $550,000 - $600,000 CONTACT James Pilliner 0405 106 421 Shayne Mooney 0407 549 148 Fitzroy | 9417 1956


CARLTON 432 Lygon Street JUST IMAGINE LIVING HERE! An amazing inner-city lifestyle, this balconied terrace includes four bedrooms, two modern bathrooms, elegant lounge and dining, updated kitchen, heating/cooling, open fireplaces, hardwood floors and high ornate ceilings, huge cellar, plus an expansive entertaining deck overlooking the spacious courtyard garden, car space (via Aston Place).

THORNBURY 17 Pender Street COMPLETE THE PICTURE! On a huge block of land (approx 684sqm), this extended period includes 4 bedrooms, modern ensuite & updated main bathroom, formal lounge & dining rooms, well-appointed kitchen & vast open-plan living area. Feats include heating & cooling, ducted vacuum, high ceilings, Coonara wood heater plus a deep nth-facing backyard with ROW.

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AUCTION This Saturday at 11am INSPECT Thu 1.15-1.45 & Sat 10.30-11 GUIDE $1,300,000 - $1,400,000 CONTACT Shayne Mooney 0407 549 148 Carlton North | 9347 4322

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AUCTION Sat 26 October at 3pm INSPECT Wed 7-7.30 & Sat 11-11.30 GUIDE $840,000 - $930,000 CONTACT Grant Leonard 0407 323 181 Northcote | 9486 1800

CARLTON 122 Rathdowne Street CARLTON CENTRAL In the very heart of Carlton, this classic Victorian home delivers an instantly enjoyable lifestyle in a superbly convenient location. Well presented throughout, the lightfilled interior features 3 bedrooms, central bathroom, spacious central lounge & adjoining kitchen/dining area plus private rear courtyard. Great home or investment!

CARLTON 8/249 Rathdowne Street WHEN SPACE & POSITION MATTER This expansive apartment opposite the Exhibition Gardens offers 2BRs, vast living/dining, north-facing conservatory, large kitchen and 2 bathrooms, plus garage, air conditioning, lift entry and wonderful potential to update at this prime CBD address.

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AUCTION This Saturday at 12.30 INSPECT Thu 11.15-11.45 & 12-12.30pm GUIDE $740,000 - $800,000 CONTACT Nicholas West 0418 559 494 Andrew De Angelis 0402 039 342 Carlton North | 9347 4322

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AUCTION Sat 2 November at 10.30am INSPECT Thu 5.30-6 & Sat 11-11.30 GUIDE $750,000 - $820,000 CONTACT Tom Roberts 0418 553 680 Janine Ballantyne 0400 182 710 Carlton North | 9347 4322

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IVANHOE EAST 30 Charteris Drive LIVE, RENOVATE OR REBUILD This sound and substantial residence on an elevated block (775 sq.m approx) with exciting scope for renovation or redevelopment offers large living areas, 3BRs, retreat, stylish kitchen, 2 bathrooms and garaging, close to schools and East Ivanhoe Village.

REGENT 25 Queen Street OAKHILL FAMILY SENSATION This Edwardian showpiece on approx 754sqm highlights four bedrooms and three bathrooms, formal lounge/5BR, open living/dining/kitchen, lounge/study (upstairs) and balcony to enjoy the city views. Features include ducted heating, alarm, storeroom and cellar, plus a deep backyard garden complete with carport via driveway and second carport via ROW. 40 The weekly review \ OCTOBER 16, 2013

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AUCTION This Saturday at 12.30pm INSPECT Thurs 5.30-6 & Sat 12-12.30 GUIDE $1,100,000 - $1,200,000 CONTACT Liz Walker 0412 659 140 James Labiris 0409 094 767 Ivanhoe | 9490 2900

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AUCTION Sat 26 October at 12pm INSPECT Thurs 6.45-7.15 & Sat 3-3.30 GUIDE $750,000 - $825,000 CONTACT Michelle Portelli 0414 758 541 Brian Magro 0424 377 187 Preston | 9478 5000

NORTHCOTE 16 Tanner Grove METICULOUSLY RENOVATED This expansive residence on a landscaped block close to parks and schools offers 3 or 4 double bedrooms, spacious living/dining, chef´s kitchen and 2 bathrooms, with fine Deco detail, polished timber floors, ducted heating and air conditioning, premium fittings and off-street parking.

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AUCTION This Sat at 10am INSPECT Thu 2-2.30 & Sat 9.30-10 CONTACT Roland Paterson 0417 367 997 Fitzroy | 9417 1956


W.B. Simpson & Son

116/350 Victoria Street, North MelbourNe STYLE AND SPACE ON THE CITY DOORSTEP Two level, loft style apartment on the city fringe. Comprises two bedrooms, central kitchen through to living areas. Features a soaring 6 metre wall of glass with brilliant natural light and twinkling city views. First class security, lift access, and secure parking. Close to major hospitals and universities. Auction:

Saturday 9th November at 11.00am

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Thursday 1.00pm - 1.30pm Saturday 3.30pm - 4.00pm

Contact:

Syd Sherrin 0418 530 452

www.wbsimpson.com.au www.wbsimpson.mobi 30 Errol Street, North Melbourne Phone: 9328 1213

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120 CARDIGAN STREET, CARLTON Auction:

Sat. 26TH October @ 11am SPOILT BY CHOICE ! Superbly located city fringe 2 storey terrace is currently utilized as an office, however could easily be converted for residential use (mixed use zoning). Comprising of entrance hall, 4 large offices, kitchen, bathroom, laundry and study. It also boasts off street parking for 3 vehicles via easily accessible R.O.W. Within easy walking distance to the city, the delights of Lygon Street just around the corner, as well as close proximity to both Argyle Square and Carlton Gardens, this is an opportunity not to be missed in this tightly held pocket. Open for Inspection – Thursday 2.00 – 2.30pm or Saturday 11.30am – 12 noon or by appointment.

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Frank Troost 0418 884 733 139 Queensberry Street, Carlton 3053 Ph: 9078.2363 www.membersproperty.com.au frank@membersproperty.com.au

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Northcote 3 Wakanui Street

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1930s charm plus contemporary style.

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This immaculately renovated and extended Californian bungalow offers light-filled family living in a sought after precinct close to High Street, station and All Nations Park. A well-designed floor plan includes three double bedrooms (main with new tiled ensuite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe), a very large living and dining zone open to a stylish kitchen (quality cabinetry and walk-in pantry), a new family bathroom, separate laundry and storage room. Including off-street parking, rear deck, substantial workshop/studio, polished timber floors and ducted heating, this light-filled property backs onto a tranquil neighbourhood park.

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Wed 6.00 - 6.30pm & sat 4.00 - 4.30pm sat 9th november - 12.00pm 30 / h8 $910,000 - $1,000,000 sam rigopoulos 0425 834 583 Eric Brown 0404 012 483 northcote 8481 1900


Northcote 9 Westgarth street

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contemporary living in the heart of Westgarth.

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This impressive, architect designed, 4/5 bedroom plus office home promises outstanding family living highlighting a northerly rear aspect in a stellar locale. An variety of appealing living spaces includes a pool room with bar, home theatre, playroom, retreat, superb living/dining/kitchen zone overlooking the covered entertaining area and swimming pool. All bedrooms have robes and three fully tiled bathrooms include two ensuites. Features split system heating/cooling units, alarm, video intercom, ducted vacuum, solar electricity, remote 4 car garage & rear ROW. Stroll to trams, trains, schools, Merri Creek, cafes and Westgarth Cinema.

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6 thurs 5.00 - 5.30pm & sat 11.30 - 12.00pm sat 26th october - 1.00pm 30 / D11 Please contact agent sam rigopoulos 0425 834 583 Eric Brown 0404 012 483 northcote 8481 1900

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Northcote 32 Bastings street

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A family treasure on rucker’s hill.

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Set in stately landscaped gardens (700 sq.m approx), this fabulous home combines Victorian grandeur with contemporary lightfilled style. Opening from the arched hallway are 4 double bedrooms (one ensuite) and a formal sitting room accentuated by French doors, one of the signature elements of this fine residence. An expansive living/dining room, recently updated kitchen, and a pristine fully-tiled second bathroom complete the picture of architectural elegance. The attractiveness of the property is enhanced by a vast studio/workshop. Additional features include: hydronic heating, airconditioning, bespoke storage throughout and exceptional period detail.

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thurs 6.30 - 7.00pm & sat 1.15 - 1.45pm sat 26th october - 2.30pm 30 / F9 sam rigopoulos 0425 834 583 rob Elsom 0411 889 660 northcote 8481 1900


Collingwood 184 EasEy strEEt Put yourself on Easey Street. This beautiful double fronted brick Victorian home offers buyers a rare opportunity to purchase a generously sized inner city residence (approx 250sqm). The home comprises 4 bedrooms plus study, 2 bathrooms, open plan living opening out towards a good sized rear yard with established trees and sunny northern orientation with ROW. An additional bonus of a rear self-contained studio/5th bedroom, accessible both from the house and via garden/Abbot Street.

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thurs 5.30 - 6.00pm, sat 9.45 - 10.15am & 1.45 - 2.15pm sat 26th october - 10.30am 2c / D10 $750,000 - $825,000 michael amarant 0411 144 569 charles atkins 0405 287 112 carlton 9340 1900

Collingwood 3D + 3E/68 OxfOrD strEEt Buy one or buy both. A unique opportunity is afforded at 68 Oxford Street Collingwood to purchase adjoining single level warehouse properties at 3d & 3e. Currently set up as a single super sized 30 plus square residence these two titles are available for purchase on an individual basis or collectively. The larger title at 3D Oxford St (approx 215sqm) currently offers 3 luxuriously appointed bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, massive central kitchen area, voluminous open plan living and OSP. Adjoining warehouse 3E (approx 130sqm) is set up with 2 bedrooms, study area, open plan living, terrace area and OSP. All the original elements come together with massive ceilings, original Baltic floorboards and more. 5

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2 thurs 6.15 - 6.45pm & sat 12.30 - 1.15pm tues 22nd october - 12.00pm 2c / E5 Please contact agent michael amarant 0411 144 569 charles atkins 0405 287 112 carlton 9340 1900

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Collingwood 28 / 78 OxfOrd Street The perfect blend of light and space... Located in the warehouse heart of Collingwood this fabulous warehouse apartment merges contemporary comfort with classic warehouse finishes. Spaciously laid out over two comfort filled levels the feel is minimalist and open plan making it ideal for light filled modern living. Freshly presented and ready for the astute buyer the home comprises 2 bedrooms (master with ensuite), 2nd bathroom, additional w/c, laundry area, generously sized kitchen, big open plan living and delightful east facing terrace. Moments from Gertrude, Smith, and Brunswick Streets with easy CBD access and more.

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norThCoTe 193 Clarke Street Beautifully renovated entertainer on ruckers hill. A rare find that is sure to inspire the vintage enthusiast, architect & designer in us all. This stunning 60’s modernist residence commands 180 degree views over the CBD & has been tastefully renovated to create a free flow between a number of serene indoor & outdoor living spaces. A cleverly zoned floor plan incorporates wellproportioned living & dining areas, a superbly equipped kitchen/meals area with stone bench tops, opening to a landscaped north facing garden. 3 brms lead from a wide gallery that overlooks a covered patio. Further enhanced by quality storage, timber floors, ducted heating/air-con, garage & slate fireplace. A proud nod to the modernist era in a lifestyle locale that is simply too good for words. 3

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Northcote 5 Spain Court Prime position, with so much potential. This immaculately presented 1960s residence offers comfortable living now, with wonderful possibilities to extend (STCA) on a deep block with impressive westerly views. In a quiet court close to train and tram transport, schools, High Street and Merri Creek, this light-filled property offers a very spacious living and dining room, three double bedrooms, a bright laminated kitchen, tiled bathroom, separate laundry and WC. Including a garage with additional off-street parking, this welcoming family home includes ducted cooling and gas heating. Land: 500sqm approx

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Northcote 29 Gordon Grove This inviting residence offers 2 bedrooms (BIRs), spacious sitting room, dining area, timber kitchen, period-style bathroom and courtyard studio, with concealed laundry, heating and cooling, plus exceptional period detail.

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thorNbury 85a FlinderS Street This immaculately presented residence offers spacious living/dining, landscaped courtyard, 3 bedrooms (one ensuite), stylish kitchen, tiled bathroom and laundry, plus airconditioning and premium fittings.

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COLLINS SIMMS FAIRFIELD 177 Gillies Street A stunning family entertainer that goes the extra distance with quality, style and alfresco space, this captivating four bedroom, 2 bathroom Californian bungalow inspires incomparable indoor-outdoor enjoyment near schools, parks, transport and vibrant Station Street. Sympathetically renovated opening to a secluded entertainment oasis designed for year-round family pleasure boasting self-cleaning gasheated pool, BBQ, terrace and covered deck. Includes double carport and extra side off street parking. Land: 795m2 approx.

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Saturday 26th October at 11.30am

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COLLINS SIMMS EAGLEMONT 6 Eaglemont Crescent Renowned architects Holgar & Holgar’s own home, this spectacular five bedroom Modernist residence captures the imagination and a breathtaking city panorama. On a huge 664m2 allotment (approx) in the prestigious Mount Eagle Estate, this triumph of 1960s form and function delivers grand open-plan family living and entertaining near schools, shopping, parklands, hospitals and train station. Includes study retreat, three bathrooms, four living areas and separate studio.

Auction

Saturday 26th October at 10.30am

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Thursday 12-12.30pm Saturday 10.30-11am

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Nicholas Corby 0418 512 978 Antony Woodley 0421 286 741

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286 Queens Parade Clifton Hill 9488 0688

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COLLINS SIMMS FITZROY 164 Nicholson Street The grandeur of a glorious triple-arched facade extends into the impressive interior of this superb four bedroom Italianate Victorian balcony terrace adjacent to the Carlton Gardens. An ornate introduction to a significant city-fringe lifestyle fusing heritage splendour with contemporary finesse; walk to Lygon/ Brunswick Sts, CBD and Melbourne Uni from this outstanding residence. Offers grand formal rooms, family/meals, granite kitchen, two bathrooms, marble OFPs and entertainment deck.

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Saturday 2nd November at 10.30am

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Thursday 2-2.30pm Saturday 11.15-11.45am

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Belinda Lindsay 0409 853 769 Angela Coates 0417 586 271

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286 Queens Parade Clifton Hill 9488 0688

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COLLINS SIMMS FITZROY NORTH 7 Tranmere Street This landmark Victorian, double-fronted, free-standing, solid-brick building is a home from which to enjoy an exceptional inner-city lifestyle; boasting three double bedrooms, fourth bedroom/study plus remote off-street parking. With heating and cooling throughout, flexible and expansive living areas open out to a beautiful North-facing courtyard.

Auction

Saturday 26th October at 1.30pm

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Thursday 6-6.30pm Saturday 12.30-1pm

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Belinda Lindsay 0409 853 769 Angela Coates 0417 586 271

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286 Queens Parade Clifton Hill 9488 0688

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COLLINS SIMMS FITZROY 504/416 Gore Street As if an extension of the sensational city panorama outside, the sense of space in this wonderful two bedroom warehouse conversion is absolutely spectacular! Features vast living/dining, full-width balcony, Smeg kitchen, bathroom, heating/cooling, lift access and secure parking.

Auction Sat 9th November at 11.30am Inspect Thursday 1-1.30pm Saturday 10-10.30am Contact Julie Susnjara 0408 006 662 Nicholas Corby 0418 512 978 Price Guide $600,000 - $650,000 Office 286 Queens Parade Clifton Hill 9488 0688 Web www.504-416gorestreetfitzroy.com Part of the Marshall White Group

COLLINS SIMMS THORNBURY 237 Darebin Road This charming light-filled home offers two bedrooms plus rear studio/3rd bedroom, stunning living room with deco detailing, formal dining room (OFP), well-appointed kitchen, central bathroom, 2nd bathroom/laundry. Step outside to a completely private north-facing covered alfresco deck and rear garden oasis complete with car port via side drive, and plenty of room to expand on a substantial allotment of approx. 483sqm.

Auction Sat 26th October at 1.30pm Inspect Thursday 12-12.30pm & 6.15-6.45pm Saturday 1-1.30pm Contact Julie Susnjara 0408 006 662 Vincent Taylor 0417 586 271 Price Guide $620,000 - $680,000 Office 286 Queens Parade Clifton Hill 9488 0688 Web www.237darebinroadthornbury.com Part of the Marshall White Group OCTOBER 16, 2013 \ The weekly review 51


IVANHOE 76 St Elmo Road

Saturday 26 October at 11am

Your Own Private Park In The Heart Of Ivanhoe Immediately inviting, this c1924 Californian Bungalow offers a delightful blend of modern comfort and classic period features, all set on 1,200m2 (approx). The home provides lounge (cosy gas fire), dining/ study, two downstairs bedrooms, family bathroom, plus open plan kitchen (granite tops and Smeg appliances), meals and family room (split system A/C) all benefitting from high ceilings and perfect vistas to the private park-like rear garden with kid’s cubby-house. Upstairs has a further two huge attic bedrooms plus bathroom. It includes ducted heating, evaporative cooling and remote garage.

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Thur 5:30-6pm & Sat 12:15-12:45pm Photo ID required

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Aaron Silluzio 0414 422 299 Josh Saunders 0407 011 901

THORNBURY 22 Pender Street Perfection on Pender Magnificently renovated Edwardian delivers a deep allotment of 445m2 approx, city views, exceptional entertaining with an all season alfresco deck. Open lounge with gas coal fire, central kitchen/meals, sitting room, large remote double garage/workshop. Stroll to transport, High St shops/cafes & Penders Park.

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NORTHCOTE 43A Zoe Circuit Captivating Contemporary Class You’ll love the brilliant features throughout this Victorian-inspired, modern three bedroom residence in a coveted Northcote pocket. Highlighting dual street frontage and impeccable entertaining credentials, it offers a living domain, kitchen/dining and two-tier entertaining terrace. Two bathrooms including ensuite, pwd/rm, alarm, heating/cooling and rem/gge.

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THORNBURY 1/334 Gillies Street Contemporary Living On The Park Parkland views, this brand new residence delivers a first class, low maintenance lifestyle, a large north facing alfresco entertaining deck, designer kitchen and superior appointments. Close to transport, Northcote Plaza, High/Station Street shops/cafes.

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Michael Divito 0403 739 393 Gino De Iesi 0418 328 062

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Comfortable Now – Future Potential Immediately welcoming this three bedroom home is a great starter/investment, showcasing high ceilings, polished floorboards, corner windows, a light filled interior and a large alfresco entertaining area. Stroll to bus, tram, Northcote Aquatic/Recreation Centre, close to Northcote Plaza, High Street shops/cafes, scenic Yarra Bend Park.

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PRESTON 100 Rene Street A Californian With Family Credentials Characteristic Californian appeal complements this three bedroom home’s traditional living and dining rooms beneath beautiful period ceilings. Central kitchen leads to generous family room/meals dimensions, under cover outdoor entertaining areas. Side drive car parking and secure double garage. Close to Plenty Road trams.

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EAGLEMONT 7 The Righi

IVANHOE 17 Thoresby Grove

PERFECT SCALE-DOWN IN PRESTIGE POSITION Characterised by quality craftsmanship and spectacular living space, this manageable single-level home is a unique opening designed for effortless modern enjoyment in elite environs near historic Eaglemont Village, parkland and train station.

ENVIABLE PROSPECTS FOR EDWARDIAN PERFECTION A picture perfect facade introduces the period appeal and potential of ‘Rosalind’ c1910. Nestled on a 1011m2 allotment (approx) with ROW. Enjoy the charms of this characterrich home now while considering exciting prospects for future family excellence.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 26th October at 12.00pm Thu 3:30-4pm, Sat 2-2:30pm Stewart Oldmeadow 0412 119 277

ESR $860,000-$940,000 Office 9497 3222 | 9459 5666 Damien Carter 0438 850 166

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Saturday 9th November at 2.00pm Sat 3-3:30pm Gordon Whale 0419 335 459

ESR $1,250,000-$1,350,000 Office 9497 3222 | 9459 5666 Sue Lacey 0412 898 202

Ivanhoe 34 Studley Road

auction 19th of October 2013 2:00PM

Prestigiously positioned with a highly sought-after Ivanhoe address, this captivating three bedroom, two bathroom residence is an exemplar of 1960s architect design merging minimalist form with modern functionality, lavish light and distant views. Solidly constructed on a 744 sqm allotment (approx), transform into a contemporary showpiece with stunning renovation or stylish rebuild (STCA) near shopping, schools, parks and trains.

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Thursday 1:00pm to 1:30pm Saturday 12:00pm to 12:30pm 744 m2 Approx Stefan Dzanovski 0404 828 723 Chris Dzanovski 0418 589 911 130 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe 9497 1990 www.HauS.com.au


IVANHOE 42 Redesdale Road SOPHISTICATION, SPLENDOUR & SUBSTANTIAL SPACE Lavish in its luxury and substantial in scale, this magnificent modern 4BR, 4 bathroom and study residence redefines period grandeur with uncompromising perfection boasting ranges views and Fairy Hills address. A short stroll to Ivanhoe Grammar on 961m2 (approx), boasting formal and family zones, stunning handmade staircase, gourmet kitchen, basement games room, storeroom/cellar, balcony, terrace, landscaped gardens and triple-garage.

IVANHOE 119 The Boulevard BUILD YOUR DREAM ON THE BOULEVARD’S BEST An iconic Ivanhoe address with imposing frontage, rear access and stunning uninterrupted views from the preferred high side of The Boulevard characterize this magnificent opportunity on a massive 2036m2 allotment (approx). Opposite Chelsworth Park, this distinctive 3BR residence offers significant potential to rebuild or redevelop (STCA) near Ivanhoe Grammar. Includes N/S tennis court and indoor pool with retractable roof.

Auction

Saturday 9th November at 3.00pm

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Sat 3:45-4:15pm

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961 m2 approx.

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Brad Pearce 0409 679 414 Stewart Oldmeadow 0412 119 277

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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

FITZROY NORTH 127 McKean Street

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LIGHT-FILLED CHARMER Victorian Terrace on generous 320m2 Auction Saturday 19th October at 11am Open Wed 5.45 - 6.15pm & Sat 10.30 - 11am (approx) with side ROW, situated in Fitzroy Nth’s most enviable locations. Mel Ref 30 D12 Comp: 3 bedrooms (two with OFP) Contact Steven Scalise 0439 660 334 master bedroom with ensuite bathroom steven@chambersre.com.au & WIR, lounge (OFP), family meals/ Office Level 1/252 St Georges Road living room & kitchen over looking Fitzroy North 9489 9888 garden. At the rear is a converted Website www.chambersre.com.au garage which can be easily reconverted if storing your vehicle is a priority. changing real estate

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Hammer on High apartments incorporates 31 architecturally designed residences resulting in a building that is striking, functional and ideally suited for contemporary living. Retaining the iconic “Bizz Buzz” Neon Hammer Sign manufactured in 1966, a landmark in Thornbury’s history and is the sole survivor of 4 specimens made in its time for the popular hardware stores. Offering a mix of one and two bedroom apartments and four luxury penthouses with sparkling city views, each residence has been designed with clever spacious layouts, 6-star Energy Efficiency and complimented by a choice of two quality finishes to give you the best living experience with an affordable price tag. Located right on the vibrant High Street shopping precinct offering a fantastic lifestyle just 6km from Melbourne’s CBD and surrounded by cafes, restaurants, fashionable boutiques and public transport. It all equates to an irresistible invitation.

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PRESTON 72 Hotham Street

PRESTON WEST 8 Halwyn Crescent

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This magnificent Victorian home (circa 1897) offers a unique chance to enjoy enviable living, just a short walk from the modern conveniences of train, tram and High Street shops. The impressive balconied façade is matched by a glorious, gracious period enhanced interior including formal living, formal dining, updated kitchen, spa bathroom, two bedrooms and a study. Set on a deep landscaped allotment with rear car access and plenty of room to extend (stca), you’ll be happy to call Hotham home. AUCTION INSPECT CONTACT OFFICE

This Saturday at 1.00pm Thursday 6:00-6.30pm & Saturday 12:30-1pm Joe Horton 0421 128 008 or Noel Crouch 0412 207 117 Love Preston 9471 0233

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Enjoying a premium position on a no-through-road overlooking A.H. Capp Reserve and Merri Creek, it’s hard to believe this two bedroom home, adorned with period detail, is only a short distance from Nicholson and Bell Streets, and the shopping strip on Gilbert Road and Miller Street. With a luxury self-contained unit to the rear (with its own street access), this is a truly unique two for one deal. AUCTION INSPECT PRICE RANGE CONTACT OFFICE

Saturday 26th October at 12:00pm Thursday 6:15-6.45pm & Saturday 12:00-12.30pm $750,000 - $820,000 Bill Kyriakopoulos 0419 008 008 or Charbel Fakhry 0422 653 159 Love Thornbury 9480 2288

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Attractive cream brick veneer home, presents a great opportunity to redevelop, renovate or rebuild (STCA) in a popular south of Bell Street locale. Comprising central hallway to 3 spacious bedrooms, central bathroom, large lounge and kitchen and separate laundry. Huge rear yard complete with single car garage via full length side driveway. Excellent opportunity for home buyers and builders alike with schools, parks, High Street shops close by. Land size 15.5 x 45.5 approx – 705m2 approx AUCTION INSPECT CONTACT OFFICE

Saturday 26th October at 2:00pm Wednesday 5:00-5.30pm & Saturday 1:00-1.30pm Bill Kyriakopoulos 0419 008 008 or Charbel Fakhry 0422 653 159 Love Thornbury 9480 2288

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APARTMENT 2/31 MARTIN ST

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Eden Park 170-172 Fifth Avenue

20 Acres

Landmark Historic Homestead on 20 acres A charming piece of local history built in 1865 as the original Eden Park homestead & set on 20 gently undulating acres. It is only the 2nd time for sale in almost 150 years & offers an opportunity to restore it to its former glory. Aesthetically the brick homestead has a low simple building shape,full length verandah’s, including early period features timber fireplace mantels & Aga cast iron stove, typical of early country buildings of this period.

The second home comprises four bedrooms & provides further options for the fortunate owner highlighting the versatility of this ideally located property. The property also has scope for further development maybe B&B, tea rooms, reception venue, art gallery or subdivision STCA & planning approval.This unique recreational property offers the most incredible views to Kinglake Ranges & distant City Skyline. Outside is a large work shed with loft.

For Sale $1,090,000-$1,200,000 View ljhooker.com.au/4RGH8T Contact Jim Vasiliou 0418 123 054 Gavin Rodrigues 0419 990 711

LJ Hooker South Morang 9404 3000 Shop 10, Axis Centre 797 Plenty Road, South Morang Vic 3752

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