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the time of AT going to press, there had been four – count ‘em, four – inquiries announced to examine the brutal demise of a strange, rotund man whose delusions of grandeur and lack of simple humanity had made the threat of violence and the smell of death as much a feature of Melbourne as the colour black. So much attention to be paid to the last moments of Carl Williams! Hey, wasn’t that supposed to be the job of the guys behind the prison CCTV cameras? So now, even in death, considerable legal, inquisitorial and intellectual resources will be applied to uncover motives and meanings from another act of brutality that, to be frank, seems like ... just another act of brutality. We have become so accustomed to these outbursts: we buy our newspapers in rhythm with their occurrence. The investigations seem to be such a waste of energy: the motives and the meanings of these murders will never be perfectly understood by most of

(CARL) WILLIAMS, AND HIS BRUTAL CONCERNS HAVE DOGGED THE CITIZENS OF THIS CITY FOR SO LONG, THEY’VE BECOME ONE OF OUR TOURIST ATTRACTIONS. us – how can they be? They are actions from a code that only makes sense when it’s wrapped up in the tinsel of TV drama. A standing commission into corruption in this state might go some way towards explaining the ledger of debt and obligation between criminals and others in this state, but apparently not quite enough has yet gone down to give us the appetite for that. This strange man, Williams, and his brutal concerns have dogged the citizens of this city for so long, they’ve become one of our tourist attractions. I was amazed – and dismayed – to find that these thugs followed me up the highway to Sydney, where we lived for three years, in the middle of the “Underbelly” fest. Everyone wanted to know: had we met any of these guys? Were the shootings really in plain sight? Did they really just hang out in Carlton? (You know very well the answers I had to give: “Err, yes.”) When the gangland stories – so crisply and unsentimentally told by my friends John Sylvester and Andrew Rule in their series of books – were then turned into a prime-time television series, I had that feeling of going Through the Looking Glass. The series was shot

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in the streets of my old Melbourne neighbourhood, on the corner at the end of my street. I sat in the living room of our apartment in the most beautiful harbour city in the world, watching my old neighbourhood become gangland central: and dammit, it all looked so completely real. I felt a sudden rush of outrage: of wanting to reclaim this city from the Dick Tracy cartoon that these thugs had turned it into – even while the TV show seemed to give my hometown a kind of seedy glamour that others found quite alluring. I don’t. And I sympathise with those who are so tired of these stories dominating the conversation. It’s understandable that so many feel that far too much attention is paid to these criminals and their vicious concerns. If the tales of these crooks are going to continue dominating the headlines, I’d rather the focus was now on the hands that fed them, rather than the way they bit. \ VIRGINIA TRIOLI Virginia Trioli is the presenter of ABC News Breakfast on ABC 2, 6-9am weekdays

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REVIEW \ KATIE NOONAN I haven’t been home as I’ve been on the road, so I have not cooked myself anything this week.

OVERHEARD

24\

SEVEN

A WEEK IN THE LIFE

ATE I ate a beautiful vegetable laksa in a non-assuming flourescent-lit restaurant. It was delicious.

One thing I read that I have been disappointed about is how the racism fire seems to have flared since Obama’s health care reform in the United States. That is kind of scary because it’s really brought out all these extreme racist and homophobic idiots. I have a serious Obama and Michelle crush. To hear of the racism this debate has sparked has really disappointed me. I’m also disappointed there would be such a backlash.

LOVE SONG To be completely honest, my favourite love song is one I wrote for my husband called Love’s My Song For You. It is very much about the beginning of our journey as a married couple. Mirrorball by Elbow taken from The Seldom Seen Kid album would have to be my favourite song by another artist. I love the lyric ‘‘we kiss like we invented it’’.

BEST TRAIT

INDULGED

Loyalty is my best trait. If you cross one of my friends, you cross me. If you cross my family, you cross me. I am Spanish and Irish so I have plenty of fire in this belly.

I indulged in an hour-and-a-half full-body, deep-tissue massage.

WORST TRAIT It would have to be my inability to switch my brain off. I am a bit too obsessive compulsive and try to do too much and am unrealistic about time. I wish I could get out of bed earlier and do more exercise too.

SONG I can’t get Imogen Heap out of my head. She has a song called Hide and Seek; it makes the most beautiful use of the vocoder (a sound effect that can make a human voice sound synthetic) that I have ever heard. \ JANE ROCCA janerocca@mac.com

\ Katie Noonan and The Captains’ debut album Emperor’s Box is out now through Sony Music

“I HAVE A SERIOUS OBAMA AND MICHELLE CRUSH”

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COOKED


REVIEW\ COVER STORY

RADIO WARS MTR, WITH A LINE-UP OF AGGRAVATORS, IS TAKING ON 3AW FOR THE MOST OUTRAGED CROWN. IT WILL BE A CLOSE CALL TO SEE WHO SHOUTS LOUDEST.

WORDS\ GEORGIA WILKINS

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ood morning Melbourne, it is great to be back. Welcome to a brand new world of talk radio. This is history in the making.” These were the first words listeners heard at 6.05am on Monday last week when they tuned into 1377, the old 3MP signal on Melbourne AM. It was goodbye to the dulcet tones of Barry Manilow and the Starland Vocal Band, and hello to a much rowdier, louder world we now know as Melbourne Talk Radio (MTR). The new station, co-owned by Macquarie Radio Network and Pacific Star, combines some of the loudest, angriest and most unexpected voices in the business: former 2GB shock-jock Steve Price, former A Current Affair chief-of-staff and reporter Martin King, footy rascals Sam Newman and Jason Akermanis, conservative columnist Andrew Bolt, 2GB loudmouth Chris Smith and, perhaps most surprisingly, “disgraced funnyman” Steve Vizard. Sydney management denies it is transplanting that city’s “shock-jock” culture to Melbourne. But with a line-up of aggravators set to take on talk giant 3AW for the most-outraged crown, it will be a close call to see who can shout loudest. At least one thing will become clear: whether this town is big enough for the two of them.

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Swan Street in Richmond isn’t exactly Darling Harbour, but it’s a change to which the Sydneysiders at MTR might have to get accustomed. “I used to have harbour views,” Price jokes as we walk from the studio to a nearby pub, passing the grungy Rising Sun hotel. Price may appear to be a stranger to the suburb’s working-class watering holes, but he’s certainly no stranger to Melbourne. Heading the revolt against Fairfax’s commercial stranglehold as program director and presenter, Price was an on-air host and manager at 3AW for 14 years before his recent eight-year stint at 2UE. Herald Sun columnist and prolific blogger Andrew Bolt will take a seat next to him for MTR’s breakfast slot. Bolt and fellow Melburnians Vizard and Newman are in place as the local heavy-hitters. Vizard, who is making a conspicuous return to public life, is certainly the wildcard of the bunch. His mid-morning show marks the comedian-turnedentrepreneur’s return from the wilderness after an icy legal battle with corporate watchdog ASIC five years ago left his “funnyman” reputation in tatters. Observers are speculating that the station’s success could largely hinge on Vizard’s on-air performance, and his ability to redeem himself with the Melbourne public.

So far, Fairfax, the owner of rival network 3AW, has been quiet about the new venture. No changes have been announced to the station’s weekly line-up, which includes popular pundits Neil Mitchell and Derryn Hinch. The only reaction appears to be massive advertising billboards featuring 3AW faces springing up around Melbourne. The city’s other AM radio favourite, 774 ABC Melbourne, has also made little noise over the new competitor. When approached by The Weekly Review, Jon Faine, 774’s morning host, declined to comment on whether his program would make any changes in light of its new competition. But the ABC’s national director of radio Kate Dundas told The Weekly Review that any new entry into the market would be met with a degree of interest. “We’re confident that 774 ABC Melbourne has a central place in the Melbourne market and that we’ll continue to deliver the local stories, local issues and local people as we always have,” she says. But with new tough guys Price and Vizard now circling the block, will 3AW and 774 be able to stay on top of their game?

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Steves at the double: Vizard (left) and Price, who are helping to spearhead MTR’s push into Melbourne talk-back radio.


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COVER STORY\ RADIO WARS » With 3AW virtually standing alone in the commercial talk radio market, analysts say it was only a matter of time before a media player such as Macquarie took it on. Steve Allen, a Sydney-based media analyst with Fusion Strategy, says 3AW has been living in a green pasture of advertising revenue for a long time. “(Macquarie) have been saying for years that they would like to have an opportunity in Melbourne,” he says. But timing is everything. And the timing of MTR’s entry into the market has taken advantage of the tensions simmering under the surface at Fairfax’s new Media House. Observers say the difference in political colours between conservative 3AW and left-of-centre The Age, both owned by Fairfax and now operating under the same roof, has long stood in the way of 3AW achieving the same commercial success as 2GB, which maintains a healthy cross-promotion with The Daily Telegraph. The opportunity to start a new right-wing station that was free to develop a close alliance with the Hun would entice any entrepreneur, not least astute ad man and Macquarie majority shareholder John “Singo” Singleton, says CCZ Statton Equities analyst Roger Coleman. Recent spats between 3AW regular Bolt and The Age may well have been a factor behind his decision to move to MTR. In October, online news outlet Crikey.com reported rising tensions between Bolt and Fairfax, claiming Fairfax had informed Bolt that he would need to build his own studio in the Herald Sun’s Southbank headquarters if he wished to continue his stints on 3AW’s breakfast program, hosted by Ross Stevenson and John Burns. The row followed a similar incident involving Mitchell in 2008, after Fairfax bought 3AW from Southern Cross. The broadcaster was reportedly criticised by management for scooping The Age by writing a story in the Herald Sun about, sure enough, Steve Vizard returning his Order of Australia gong. Mitchell told The Weekly Review that he was offered a spot on the new station, but says he turned it down out of loyalty to his listeners, rather than his management. “They offered me a lot of money, so I had to think about it,” he told the Review. While Mitchell doesn’t want to reveal much about his views on the new rival, he says he’s not scared of a little competition. “I’m used to it. We’ve had Jeff Kennett, Derryn Hinch … the only difference is that they’re from Sydney,” he says of the MTR boys, including former colleague Price. Mitchell says he is well aware that most of MTR’s content will be from Sydney, but declines to comment on what effect this may have on audiences. “That’s their problem. We’re proudly Victorian and proudly Melbourne,” he says. A hammering in the ratings would be detrimental to Fairfax’s radio division, which relies on 3AW for a majority share of its profits. Last year the station brought in $16 million from advertisers. Price claims the new venture “just made sense” from the outset because the advertising market in Melbourne is roughly the same as in Sydney. But he denies that MTR is employing exactly the same business model as 2GB. “We haven’t just looked at the 2GB model and thought, ‘Hey, that will work in Melbourne’,” he says. Vizard adds: “We’re not going to sound like 2GB, there is no Alan Jones and there is no Ray Hadley.” But this last fact may be more of a concern than a blessing for shareholders, given that 2GB’s dominance in the Sydney ratings occurred only after Jones and Hadley crossed from 2UE in 2002. As if aware of this, MTR says

it will be airing snippets of the Jones and Hadley 2GB shows after Ross Greenwood’s program at 8pm.

TOP 5 MELBOURNE RADIO STATIONS

ONE 3AW 14.6%

TWO 2 FOXFM 13.6%

THREE ABC774 12.5%

FOUR NOVA 100 8.3%

FIVE GOLD 8.0% (SOURCE: NIELSEN MEDIA RESEARCH SURVEY 2, 2010)

Sydney-Melbourne comparisons have been rife since Macquarie, which owns 2GB, declared its intention to open the station. “Historically, Melbourne has thought that it doesn’t have to have rampant shock-jocks [on radio],” says freelance journalist and Swinburne University lecturer Margaret Simons. “It’s a self-comforting notion – we like to think we’re more civilised.” If Simons’s assessment is true, then the success of MTR in winning over listeners may rely on how audiences perceive themselves rather than the station’s on-air personalities. When Stan Zemanek, the 2UE shock-jock who died in 2007, failed to pull ratings on 3AW’s drive program in 2002, many Melburnians took it as a win for their sophistication and cultural superiority over the ever-unrefined Sydney. Whether MTR is able to challenge Melbourne’s view of itself will probably be determined by the next rating survey in May, but some analysts say this task could be easier than many of us want to believe. “There’s a whole section of the market that want to have a say who haven’t really been having a say so far,” Fusion analyst Allen says. “It may come as a bit of a shock to [Melburnians] but there is going to be a whole group of consumers out there who will be interested to have their own voice.” Media analyst Roger Coleman points to the circulation figures for the Herald Sun as an indication of the popularity of Melbourne’s supposedly low-brow media. “Herald Sun circulation is massive compared with The Age,” he says. Indeed, Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) figures from December 2009 put the Herald Sun’s Monday-to-Friday circulation at 518,500 against The Age’s 200,800, making it Australia’s biggest-selling metropolitan daily. The “shock-jock” tag has frustrated some MTR broadcasters, despite the station boasting to the media

that it is seeking to be “confronting”, “in-your-face” and “controversial”. “It’s just a cheap slur by people who don’t agree with you,” Bolt says, referring to MTR’s competitors at Fairfax. “I just have a conservative point of view, which in the media world is seen as unbelievable even though I would gather that most Australians are not that different to where I am.” Bolt is indeed a strong conservative voice in Australia, with his regular appearances on ABC’s national program Insiders, and a popular blog, which he says gets up to 2 million hits a month. Bolt says he was hired by MTR because of his record of saying exactly what he thinks, “without being scared of the inevitable backlash”. “You don’t necessarily have to agree with me,” he says, “but you might just want to tune in.” According to Vizard, sophistication and commercial radio aren’t different sides of the same coin. “We’re a big city – a sophisticated city – and for us to have just one commercial radio station is nuts,” he says. “You go to San Francisco, you go to London, you go to New York, there’s a diversity of voices. This is what we as a city are owed; it’s what we deserve.” But it’s not only a “diversity of voices” that Macquarie plans to import from the harbour city. Steve Price admitted after the launch that much of MTR’s content – more than 50 per cent – would be lifted from 2GB to help fill the large gaps between Melbourne-based shows. Chris Smith’s show is one such program; it will be simulcast live from Sydney to occupy the afternoon slot. Other presenters to be siphoned directly from 2GB include Jim Ball, between midnight and 3.30am, Andrew Moore, on the graveyard shift, and Ross

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Highlights from the first day on air MTR’s first breakfast show with STEVE PRICE (right) kicked off with interviews with Health Minister NICOLA ROXON and other MTR associates, including – significantly – 2GB shock-jock RAY HADLEY. As raging Herald Sun columnist ANDREW BOLT joined Price in the studio, discussions on KEVIN RUDD’s health plan were interspliced with regular lambastings of CHRISTINE NIXON and outrage at taxpayers paying private school fees for the daughter of late murderer CARL WILLIAMS. SAM NEWMAN finished off the slot by making some awkward and offensive jibes about the way gay men talk and Muslim women who wear the hijab while working at Bunnings hardware store. Despite the obvious parochial, reactionary tone, Bolt denies it’s right wing. “‘Right wing’ is a useful smear word to make foes of our sadly dominant left seem Nazis,” he said in a column after the launch.


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Vizard: back in the spotlight The last memory many Melburnians will have of Steve Vizard (right) is of the former businessman ducking his head in front of TV cameras outside a courtroom after a long legal battle ended his high-flying career as a director of Telstra. Others, however, will remember him more fondly as the baggy-jumpered comedian on Channel Seven’s Fast Forward in the late 1980s. Vizard’s return to public life will also mark his first stint on radio, apart from a brief attempt earlier this year when he filled in for Eddie McGuire on Triple M’s Hot Breakfast show while the Channel Nine broadcaster was in Vancouver for the Winter Olympics. But the fallen entrepreneur is not worried about his leap back into the spotlight. “It’s a funny thing. You get on with your life,” he says. “I’ve had plenty of chances to get involved in all sorts of public arenas, but nothing has particularly excited me. That’s why, when I got the call (from Macquarie CEO Russell Tate) I was genuinely excited.”

COVER STORY\ RADIO WARS » Greenwood, between 6pm and 8pm. This cost-saving strategy could run the station into trouble if Melbourne-proud listeners want the familiar local focus usually associated with talk-back. Alternatively, audiences may turn the dial when they tire of hearing Sydney references they don’t know and possibly don’t care about. Vizard’s approach to re-entering public life has been unexpectedly brazen, considering how quiet he was during his five-year stint away from the spotlight. Since pleading guilty to insider trading as a director of Telstra in 2005, he has kept an extremely low profile. He was virtually invisible. The drawn-out investigation ending in 2005 soured our memories of his philanthropic and comedy work, delivered him $390,000 in fines and a 10-year suspension from heading a commercial organisation. Since then, it’s been almost impossible to find Vizard’s name in the press without the title “disgraced funnyman”. But Vizard denies that he’s had to rebuild fractured relationships in the business and media worlds or rehabilitate his reputation in preparation for the new gig. “Life’s too short,” he says. “I’ve got good friends that I’ve known for a long time. I’ve had plenty of opportunities to get involved in.” Vizard isn’t the only one entering the show with a checkered background. The monochrome of MTR’s all-male, all-white line-up becomes a bit more colourful when you examine their pasts – or as Price calls it, their life experiences. “You can get the smartest kid in the world and put them on talk-back, but if they haven’t actually had any life experience, they’ve got nothing to talk about.” This is a big part of the MTR philosophy: you don’t have to read a book to know what’s what. But if the kind of life experiences Price is talking about include highly public falls from grace, then MTR may be right on the money – at least if listeners’ collective memory is strong enough to recall the histories of some of the cast. Last December, “bad boy” Chris Smith, who once got a tattoo on-air, was taken off the mic in Sydney after groping several female colleagues at the 2GB Christmas party. He later told the Daily Telegraph that he was a “bipolar alcoholic” and a “runaway train”. Sam Newman’s list of public controversies take up a good part of his Wikipedia entry. Last year he was sued

by a female board member of the Western Bulldogs for calling her a liar on air last year. Even “angry ant” Price has a drink-driving fine under his belt. But most of these men are more than happy to trade off the larrikin image created by their misdemeanors, and seem keen to present themselves as a pack of fallible, loveable rogues. “We’ve all done stuff,” Price says. “I’ve done stuff. Bolt’s done stuff. Vizard’s done stuff …” Vizard interrupts: “Sam’s done more than he cares to remember!” This was certainly the image on show at MTR’s blokey launch earlier this month, when no fewer than 12 of the station’s middle-age male recruits sat slickly in a phalanx across a stage at Crown Casino, competing for photo opportunities. The launch, which finished off with champagne at celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant, Maze, was so full of pretension that it managed to take Crikey’s coveted “Wankley Awards” for the week. But Price denies they are projecting an over-confident image: “People look at us and go, ‘Oh, that’s not going to work; people are rusted onto the ABC, people are rusted onto 3AW’. But people will shift if the product is good enough,” he says. Talk-back radio in Australia has always been a testosterone-driven sport, as the success of Alan Jones, John Laws and Ray Hadley in Sydney, and Neil Mitchell, Derryn Hinch and Ross Stevenson in Melbourne, attests. Like 3AW, the MTR line-up is all blokes, aside from the inclusion of executive editor of the Australian Women’s Weekly, Deborah Thomas, whose “health and wellbeing” show, which she co-hosts with a man, has been squeezed into a rather obscure Sunday morning slot. But will following this tradition give the station the edge it needs to poach listeners from all corners of the AM spectrum? Age columnist Catherine Deveny, who says she was offered a job at MTR but turned it down, recently accused the station of deliberately obscuring the voice of intelligent women from air. “I’d rather rent my children out as drug mules or slave labour or turn tricks for war criminals than help enable, in any way, shape or form, something so anti-Melbourne,” she wrote. But Price denies the station has been branded from the get-go as one big on-air sausage fest. For him, the issue is simple: “If there are good women, we’ll put them on air.” The tone, though, is undoubtedly older-white-male. While MTR says it is hoping to attract younger listeners

“IT’S A FUNNY THING. YOU GET ON WITH YOUR LIFE.”

The Vizard of Oz: Steve Vizard’s approach to re-entering public life has been unexpectedly brazen.

who are not rusted onto rival stations, its target audience is still over-40. But MTR’s narrow market – which Vizard ambitiously describes as “every bloke in his car” – has not got shareholders worried. Apart from being the main demographic for the talk market, the tightly focused audience group is also in line with advertising companies’ renewed demand for niche markets. “As mass media shrinks, you (the advertisers) need to know where the money you spend is going,” says journalist/lecturer Simons. Price is adamant that MTR’s future is buoyed by its relationship with the most successful radio station in Australia – 2GB. MTR is hoping to trade off the name of its Sydney sister station and try to mimic some aspect of its business model. “Their sales staff already sell ads nationally out of Sydney and Melbourne,” he says. But Price and Vizard say it would be hasty to expect big bucks straight away. “The prize is so big that you don’t just come in, swing a racket around for a bit and lose a couple of cents,” says Vizard. “The prize is a massive prize, which is a share in one of the most lucrative advertising markets in the world.” Price adds: “We’ve got reputations, we wouldn’t be doing this if it was some fly-by-night, into town and quickly out again job.” So will MTR be able to make a profit? Analysts say that if MTR is able to match 3AW in terms of audience and market value, the sales revenue impact could be quite immediate. This could have serious implications for Fairfax radio’s advertising revenue, according to analyst Coleman. He says that if the station is successful in reaching a predicted seven-point rating increase in May, it could see $20 million a year in revenue as soon as next year. That would be a direct hit on 3AW’s ad revenue. “Every one point that MTR gains comes straight off 3AW. Even at current ratings, Fairfax would still lose,” he says. But while it seems 3AW has everything to lose and MTR everything to gain, there are still significant risks attached to the venture. Which brings us back to the hosts. “Have the public forgiven Steve Vizard? Is Steve Price coming back to Melbourne something they’re happy about? Is Sam Newman still on the nose?” asks Sydney analyst Allen. “Melbourne hasn’t seen risk-taking like this in decades, so it will be interesting to see what appetite Melbourne listeners have for something new.” \ gmwilkins@gmail.com


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REVIEW\ INTERVIEW For a school drop-out, Luke Mangan mixes with some special company ... oh, and he owns some special companies, too. He talks here to PETER WILMOTH.

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t is the classic drop-out-made-good story, and Luke Mangan knows it. Not that he seems driven to prove a point. But from not learning much at school he's certainly learnt a lot since. It's no accident that his new gastropub in South Melbourne is called The Palace by Luke Mangan. This is a man who knows the value of branding. And he is a man who knows how far he's come. We are sitting in the courtyard of the once popular South Melbourne pub. Since last December, when it opened after a major refurbish, it has become Melbourne's newest fashionable gastronomic name to drop. It's the latest addition to Mangan's growing empire and his first Melbourne venture. And for the boy from Forest Hill in Melbourne's east, it is, in a way, a homecoming. “To come down and do a Salt here (his famous Sydney restaurant) there would be so much expectation – 'Here comes Mangan back from Sydney, super celebrity chef' and they'll just want to rip the shit out of you,” he says. “I'm not making a statement here. We're doing great simple food in a pub environment.” The Palace is an oasis of hip in a particularly unhip part of City Road. When Mangan was approached about the property in December 2008 he thought it was “in the middle of nowhere” and passed. Then, after learning it had been a famous pub – it started life in 1874 as Meagher's Family Hotel and for years was a popular drinking spot – he reconsidered and threw himself into the project. “I only wanted to do it if I could do it right, not just put my name to it and walk away.” The Luke Mangan story should give heart to anyone who thinks a poor school career is the end of the road. The youngest of seven boys in a boisterous Catholic family, Mangan wasn't an obvious candidate for success. A “lazy” teenager and a “cheeky little shit”, Mangan was a poor student. He left St Leo's College in Box Hill in Year 10, aged 15. “I was hopeless,” he says. “I had no future at school. I was asked to leave.” Close friend Chris Lynch remembers Mangan's discomfort. “He got picked on a lot,” Lynch says. “He was a gangly-looking kid and he was little and he had these big Coke-bottle glasses. He wasn't academic and not into sport. In the late '80s if you weren't good at sport or at school work it made it tough. It's probably why he's done so well.” Growing up one of seven boys would have toughened him up too, especially being smaller he would have “copped a few hidings”, Lynch says. “He learned to develop a thick hide which certainly would have helped him in his business.” Mangan's mother, Marie, was a good cook and the boys enjoyed their meals, but young Luke had no real interest in cooking. In Year 9 he did two weeks of work experience at the famous Two Faces in South Yarra, under chef Herman Schneider. Mangan hated it. “All I did was wash dishes and peel onions and potatoes.” Knowing his school career was finished, Mangan went back to Schneider and asked for an apprenticeship. “Without the love or passion for cooking,” he says, “I just needed something. It was an excuse to get out of school. It was a very middle-class family. “We were brought up that you had to work to get somewhere.” Schneider asked: “You sure you want to do this for the rest of your life?” Mangan said: “Yeah, yeah.” That was that. His father, Billy, a bank manager, was a tough man who struggled with his son's resistance to school, “so there wasn't a lot of love there”. Mangan was scared of telling him he'd been kicked out of school, especially since his six brothers had done very well. “I said: 'Dad, I'm going to become an apprentice chef'. “What about your schooling?” “Dad, let's focus on the good stuff.” “When he found out I'd been asked to leave he wasn't happy, but he did say: 'You can only do that if you stay in the apprenticeship and finish it.' So we had an agreement.” For the kid who'd drifted at school, working for Schneider was a rude shock. What was he like? “A prick. Firm but fair. I wouldn't be sitting here with you now if I hadn't had that apprenticeship. You would work stupid

hours. Your salary was terrible. He was just a hard man. He'd yell at you, abuse you, push you around.” Was that common in kitchens? “Not now. It was then, in '85.” Did Mangan confront him about that behavior? “No. It was something you just dealt with. It was the culture. You'd go home and tell your parents. It wasn't physically bad for you, like a Gordon Ramsay. It was 'f---ing idiot, get on with it' or a clip over the ear, which is what I needed. My Dad probably would have supported it because he was a disciplinarian. “I needed that discipline … It gave me grounding.” When Mangan was 19, in his third year of the apprenticeship, his father died, aged 63, of a rare blood disease called aplastic anaemia. Bill Mangan was never to see how well his son would do. By then, Mangan was enjoying being in the kitchen and could see a future for himself in cooking. That was fast-tracked one night when legendary French chef Michel Roux, who ran the three-Michelin-starred Waterside Inn in London, regarded then as possibly the best restaurant in the

BY AGE 33, MANGAN WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR 160 PEOPLE AND TURNING OVER $10 MILLION ANNUALLY.

world, came for dinner at Two Faces. “He'd released a beautiful cookbook and I was obsessed by it,” Mangan says. “I wrote to him saying I was coming to London and I want to work for him, can I have a job. I got a lovely letter back saying there was a two-year wait list. “I rang him up, got through to him in the kitchen. Said 'I'm coming over. What about I work a month without pay and if I'm any good you give me a job.' He said: ‘We'll see you in two weeks’. Off I went” There wasn't much of a welcome from the other young chefs. “You know how when you're a new kid in school … well, I rocked up into the staff canteen. There were all the chefs sitting there, 30 of them. I sat at a table on my own. And felt like shit. You could hear the kitchen, Mr Roux yelling out the orders in French.” At the Waterside the chefs used to live above the restaurant. The night before he started, Mangan, in his room listening to service, was so nervous he threw up. Next day, his 21st birthday, he started at 7am and finished at 1am. It went well. After a month Roux offered him a job and he stayed for two years. “Best thing I ever did,” Mangan says. Back in Australia, he made a decision to break free of the kitchen and try to make a go of running something himself. In 1999, Mangan opened Salt in Sydney's Darlinghurst. It became popular and a celebrity hotspot and was named best new restaurant in the Sydney Morning Herald's Good Food Guide. It was the beginning of Mangan Inc.

Salt of the earth: Luke Mangan says that wealth hasn’t changed him. “A lot of it is luck ... right place, right time.”

He'd learned a lot, including some of the behavior of his mentors. “When I was at Salt I was a prick,” he says. “One of the reasons I got out of the kitchen was I didn't want to be yelling at people.” Does he regret that behavior? “No, because I needed to deliver. Had friggin' big debts. ” In 2001 he added Bistro Lulu in Paddington to his growing empire and Moorish at Bondi in 2003. In 2005 hje opened glass brasserie at the Hilton Hotel in Sydney. In 2006 he went global, opening two places in Tokyo, another Salt as well as the World Wine Bar. In San Francisco in 2008 he opened the South Food + Wine bar, then in 2009 the Salt Grill on P&O's Pacific Jewel cruise liner. He was also asked to design menus for Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Airlines and cater for his private events. “I met him at Salt and things kicked off from there. He flew me over to his island.” By 33, Mangan was responsible for the livelihood of 160 people and was turning over $10 million annually, but by 35 he'd stopped cooking. “I'd been cooking for 20 years. I didn't want to be 45 or 50 years old and still tied to a kitchen.”

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angan was Channel Nine's Today show's resident chef for eight years, he released cookbooks and a range of food products and became known outside food circles when the chef-as-rock-star phenomenon began to dominate our TV screens. The role suited him well. Mangan's wealth is, he says, a recent thing and hasn't changed him. “A lot of it is luck – right place, right time. Someone approached me to do a restaurant in Tokyo, Australian-style, and I ended up selling half the brand of Salt to a Japanese group. I own 50 per cent of that. “I never think about (money). I never got in it for this. Until I sold half the Salt brand (at age 35) I was on Struggle Street. It was tough. That was five years ago.’’ The Mangan empire includes Luke Mangan Providores, a range of oils, spices and condiments, launched last year. He also endorses Lilydale Freerange Chickens, an uncontroversial role, unlike his fellow celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, who was called a “whore” by Clarissa Dickson Wright, one of the 'Two Fat Ladies', for endorsing smoked salmon from the UK supermarket giant Sainsbury. “It's a bit harsh (on Jamie),” Mangan says. Jamie probably did believe in the product.” Travelling between his home in Sydney's CBD and The Palace in Melbourne gives Mangan a good perspective on each city's relative gastronomic merits. “Melbourne has always been a step ahead. It's got that beautiful European feel about it, the cosy little laneways and the cafes. There seems to be more attention to detail. It doesn't feel as though it's competitive, where Sydney does. They just get on with the business. The pub culture here is so much better than Sydney.” The Mangan empire continues to grow. He plans to open this year a Salt Grill in Singapore and another in Hong Kong. He has a new grill restaurant planned for P&O cruise ship Pacific Pearl, to open in May. For a businessman who never stops doing business, Mangan, 40, should probably look more harried than he does. He's a good story teller, his stories spiced with the language of the kitchen. While business dominates his life, there's always time for a catch-up. Mangan recently had dinner with Herman Schneider and a few drinks with Sir Richard Branson. For the school drop-out from Forest Hill, having a mate who owns an island is just another surreal moment he can enjoy. \ pwilmoth@theweeklyreview.com.au


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Chef:

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Prices:

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There’s sure to be something you miss on a first visit to Colonel Tan’s. It probably won’t be the array of chandeliers dripping from the ceiling near the bar, the upside-down ’70s floor lamps hanging opposite them, or the massive caricature of Colonel Tan himself, but it could be the Thai pop images and record covers or the empty gilded photo frame near the tiny kitchen. The vibe at Colonel Tan’s is part-’60s diner and part-’70s lounge room. The mismatched velour couches, low lighting and shag-pile rugs are the first things you take in, but later it’s the cigar boxes holding the cutlery, the laminex tables with vinyl fruit-patterned cloths and the nostalgia-invoking pinball machines. There’s a poster wall that changes monthly too. This month’s stunning black-and-white image is by Melbourne-bred, LA-based graffiti artist team Dabs Myla. Opening hours: Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday 6pm-late; Friday noon-late

Above: The cavernous space has broad appeal, left yellow fish curry. (DARRIAN TRAYNOR)

Batson has been pleased and somewhat KAREN surprised by the customers who have frequented her latest cooking venture, Colonel Tan’s. “The Colonel” was established as an adjunct to the Revolver Upstairs nightclub and intended to appeal to the nocturnal Chapel Street crowd, of a certain age. Its cheap and cheerful American diner theme with a Thai food twist was pitched at the young and ravenous. The grungy, retro décor is part-nostalgic and part-tongue in cheek. But the appeal of this cavernous space, owned by nightclub royalty Camillo Ippoliti and Thai music star Tan Punturaumporn, aka Colonel Tan, has turned out to be broader. Customers have included older couples, family groups and dedicated diners, rather than solely the clubbers. Batson has headed the kitchens at sibling restaurants The Toff in Town and Cookie for almost 13 years. The Colonel’s nine-month-old menu is familiar Thai hawker-style, but it’s lighter, tighter and loads of fun. Words such as burgers, fries, fritters and fried chicken are on the list, but on closer inspection pack a punch. The burgers feature chicken and kaffir lime, the fries come with chilli and mayo sauce and the fried chicken is five-spiced and served with a serious green-chilli dipping sauce. More traditional fare can be found in the betel leaf salad, a hotbed of ginger, chilli, peanuts and diced snapper designed especially for tucking inside fleshy green betel leaves. Or in the yellow fish curry – a light, golden broth bobbing with chunks of tender snapper and rafts of green papaya. It’s served with a mound of rice and a pretty dish of shredded omelette, coriander and chilli.

Other options include stir-fries, noodle dishes, dumplings and salads. And it’s all produced in a kitchen that the chef proudly announces has just one wok, a four-burner stove, a tiny deep fryer and a baby grill. How they manage to plate everything so elegantly on earthy ceramic dishes of varying shapes is an additional mystery given the dimensions of that kitchen. But perhaps the nicest feature of the generally delightful package that is Colonel Tan’s, is the staff. Sure they’re busy, and as the night lengthens they get busier, but they are the kind of diligent, cheerful people who will keep patrons of all ages and persuasions climbing those steep stairs to enjoy Batson’s terrific Thai food. \ LEANNE TOLRA leanne.tolra@gmail.com

VERDICT Excellent value for money: first-class, cheerily presented, Thai hawker-style dishes are accessibly priced. Yes, they’re smallish (but cheap enough to order a few). There’s novelty appeal in the décor, and something on the menu that will please everyone. Be warned. The stairs into the building are hideously steep and the music is LOUD. If the decibels grate, there’s little you can do – the DJ, and the top-shelf alcohol, are protected by industrial-strength cyclone-wire cages.


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REVIEW\ COFFEE The Haralambopoulos brothers – Jim, CAFÉ Peter and Con – have opened a café at the top end of Exhibition Street, a quiet and accessible part

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of town. It’s a welcome change for coffee lovers who battled the Richmond gridlock to grab a caffeine hit at 7 Grams, their former haunt in Swan Street. They’ve been roasting their own coffee, aptly labelled Gridlock, for about 18 months and soon will have a gleaming new roaster in a corner of the café. New baristas are on the agenda too, and, after more than a decade in the hospitality industry, the brothers know exactly the traits and skills required of their staff. Speed, coffee extraction finesse and pride in presentation – all abilities that have added to the brothers’ reputation and popularity – are top of the list. Their first café was named after the recommended amount of coffee in a single espresso shot and the new café’s title refers to the next step – the ideal temperature at which milk should be added to that shot.

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309 Exhibition Street, Melbourne

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9662 1080

Barista: Con Haralambopoulos

For five years, Con Haralambopoulos BARISTA (right) has dominated the barista competition scene, succeeding in Australia and overseas. His titles include World Espresso Champion 2006, World Latte Art Champion 2008 and Australian Fair Trade Latte Art Champion 2009. Latte art – etching milk patterns – requires precise coffee extraction, milk texturing (or steaming) and a steady hand. The new café, a baby son and a fresh focus on roasting coffee mean Con is retiring from competition. His latte art will be on show at the espresso machine at 65 Degrees, which also is expertly operated by twin brother Peter and a team of house-trained baristas. \

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Gridlock Coffee

Drink:

Short shot of espresso

Vertical timber paneling, rustic metal stools and glossy black menu boards are signs of the future at 65 Degrees. Stained-glass windows, well-trodden floor tiles and simple timber tables echo this city café’s past. Carpenter and part-owner Peter has a confident eye for how the split personalities will merge. The vivid cherry-red espresso machine, brother Con’s trophies and a new roasting machine will add soul. A rotating coffee menu is planned and this week’s blend, a Mexican Huatusco, is the subject of animated staff and customer discussion. But the house blend, which incorporates Colombian, Indian and Balinese beans, is popular too. It creates a sharp, bright ristretto, with notes of raisins and hazelnuts and a rich, smoky aftertaste. Opening hours: Monday-Friday 6am-4pm

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For whites I looked outside the big two varieties, sauvignon blanc and chardonnay, and towards a couple of less popular, but excellent value grapes that have the ability to age: riesling and marsanne. For years, and for several reasons, Australians have ignored the zesty flavours of our riesling and looked towards New Zealand’s sauvignon blanc for a refreshing drink after work. Fair enough, too. The savvy Kiwis can pack a fair bit of flavour into their wines at a pretty good price. The easily recognisable flavours of passionfruit, tropical fruits and, sometimes, freshly-cut grass, make sav blanc one of the market’s most accessible wines. So what is it about riesling that seems to keep it in purgatory with wine drinkers? Maybe it’s the shape of the long, skinny bottles that remind us of our nan’s liquor cabinet, or the sweet wines from a cask that were passed around at high-school parties. Australian riesling is on top of its game right now, and because it generally doesn’t spend any time maturing in oak barrels and can be quickly released to market, it is relatively cheap to produce. You can pick up world-class local riesling for about $15-$30. Add to this the fact that Australia is also home to some of the world’s oldest riesling vines and it is the best value wine variety on the market. \ BEN THOMAS senorthomas@gmail.com

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Food match: Steak, chips & béarnaise sauce This wine comes from vines planted in the 1950s, was hand-picked and fermented with wild yeasts. A lot of TLC has gone into this wine, which has aromas of blackberries, leather and clove spice. It’s silky smooth and has great structure, with flavours of blackberry, plums and white pepper. Only 180 cases made, this should be going strong in 10 years’ time. PEWSEY VALE EDEN VALLEY RIESLING 2009 (Eden Valley) $14-$18; 12.5% a/v +++++

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For the cellar

Eden classic

This smells and tastes of lemons and peach, and it’s just a little waxy. It’s really refreshing now and should develop some honey-like characters as it matures. Most of the Tahbilk wines age for a long time and this is no exception. WYNNS COONAWARRA ESTATE CABERNET SHIRAZ MERLOT 2008 (Coonawarra) $14-$20; 14% a/v ++++

Ageing pedigree

Food match: Bangers from a local butcher & mash At about $14 at the major chains, this medium bodied red represents excellent value. Smelling of blackberry pastilles, vanilla, clove and a hint of cedar oak, it tastes of red currants and plum and has a fine tannin structure usually seen in more expensive wines. This is a great mid-week wine as the evenings get colder.


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REVIEW\ SNIPPETS is the most popular and BLONDE controversial hair colour in the world. Why? Because it gets women into trouble. The choice of blonde denotes who is attracted you, and their emotive responses. For instance, ice-blonde hair is standoffish and cold, telling you to speak to the hand. A warm blonde, meanwhile, says: “Invite me over, sit beside me. I’m free to tell you my name.” There’s far more to it, of course, but there are so many feelings and emotions intertwined with blondes. Today’s column looks at popular blondes through the various glamour eras of Hollywood. No one does it bigger than Hollywood blondes – there’s Rosalind Russell in the film Gypsy, not to be confused with The Women starring Russell and Joan Crawford, in which women got themselves in all types of trouble, especially with men. \

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1930 \ MARLENE DIETRICH Marlene Dietrich identifies with a high-bleached, singular-tone stark blonde. Her hair was never blow-dried, but set in pink curls and waves with lacquer under heat, then brushed out for this great image.

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L’Amour blondes 19 4 0 \ AVA G A R DNE R This decade was all about elegance and sophistication, epitomised by Ava Gardner. Again, we love the use of bleach, but here it’s used to suggest softer tones, a more relaxed imagery, not quite tousled but not stark either.

1950 \ M A RILY N MONROE We can’t seem to take bleach out of this equation. Her hair is large, plenty of volume, white as a tone, somewhat the ditzy blonde. She’s very much the iconic figure of this era – and gentlemen really do prefer blondes.

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Twiggy: the 1960s blonde model was a trend-setter.

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It’s the era of the beach blonde and the sky-high bouffant hair-dos. The ’60s were characterised by Bardot, represented by sun-kissed hair, and gave birth to shades of honey and gold. More than that, it said hello to hair extensions and teased dos.

We can’t look past Charlie’s most beautiful angel, Farrah Fawcett, who was the iconic blonde of the decade. She had the ultimate mane of hair, and everyone wanted it; clients would walk out of salons with brushes still in their hair to guarantee the flip.

The voluminous hair of the ’80s does not move – it is sprayed on like concrete. No one did it better than Evans as Dynasty’s Krystle Carrington, but she competed with the royal blonde, Princess Diana. Madonna also bleached her way into the decade.

The end of the century gave rise to unstructured, somewhat try-hard cuts, a la Jean-Paul Gaultier. Hello Pamela Anderson, hello Meg Ryan; this decade showcased a crossover, encapsulating all the other eras. It let you pick a do from any era and relax it.

This was the era of the intelligent blondes, and no one underlines clever shades of blonde better than my favourite actress, Sarah Jessica Parker. She forever shows off complexity in tone, moody hues and blazed edges, and constantly works with variation in her hair.

Once a woman decides on their shade and season of blonde, they stick to it; their whole life is built around that choice. IN NEXT WEEK’S COLUMN: We look at how blondes can match different seasons, with clothing and hair maintenance advice.


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REVIEW\ FASHION

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If they’re good enough for Kate Moss, over-the-knee boots are for you too.

legs are in demand this LONG winter, and keeping them warm with over-the-knee boots is the hot

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seasonal must-have; at least that’s the word from international design houses. Prada, Marc Jacob, Louis Vuitton, Chloe and Givenchy embraced the over-the-knee boot in their autumn/winter collections in Europe and the US. When teamed with fitted leggings, denim, tailored jackets, blousy shirts, scarves and loose cardigans they help to channel the ’70s and ’80s woman within. With designers focusing their retro eye on the era of free-loving hippies and structured ’80s new wave, comes the influence of both periods on our winter footwear. There’s everything from matt-black finishes to earthy browns and cream tones. Marc Jacobs opted for purple suede and platform-heeled boots in his Paris collection, Chloe went for the masculine in the scrunched/military style and Dr Martens for Jean Paul Gaultier clearly had Lady Gaga in mind when the

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and warm knees over-the-knee boot fused shiny black leather with a military conformist and cheeky dominatrix theme. But with the new winter must-have come a few essential dos and don’ts that every woman should keep in mind. A minimum height of 172 centimetres (5’ 8”) is required to make the over-the-knee-boot work (let’s be honest here) and keeping the look chic and casual is the key. It is not appropriate to wear them with an ultra mini (you are not Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman) but endorsing them with feminine A-line skirts and shorter dresses or a vintage T-shirt and dark leggings makes for a sophisticated statement. While the over-the-knee boot looks cozy on the catwalk, its street-level adaptation can conjure all sorts of mishaps, so wearing them with a fine sense of discretion is the key to success. Remember, what celebrities get away with on the catwalk and rock divas in video clips, won’t necessarily work on Melbourne’s streets and laneways. The Black Eyed Peas’ Fergie and Rihanna have been spotted in a pair

of over-the-knee boots in New York’s winter – but keep your look gracious and manicured by day and add dazzle by night with shimmering fabrics, but limiting bold jewellery and fishnets. If the thought of the over-the-knee boots frightens you, there are ankle boots aplenty and those that settle just under the knee as well. Matched with tight leggings or worn with jeans or a fitted skirt they make for an elegant touch to an outfit, which can either be dressed up or down. Former supermodel Kate Moss has the right idea when it comes to over-the-knee boots and wears hers appropriately with loose-fitting boyfriend button-up shirts or blazer-style jackets over fitted denim jeans. It’s important to keep those earthy tones close to your heart and within a hand’s reach of your boots in your wardrobe – think creams, olive, grey, navy and, of course, black and you most certainly can’t go wrong. \ JANE ROCCA janerocca@mac.com

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REVIEW \ UNDER THE RADAR

MUSIC BONOBO \ BLACK SANDS (INERTIA) Blending ’70s soundtrack riffs, oriental chimes and shuffling drums, Black Sands offers a refreshing alternative to all those tarnished chill-out CDs. The fourth album from UK trip-hop artist Bonobo promises to be just as good an accompaniment for a Friday night as a Sunday morning, slipping easily between upbeat and downbeat across its dozen tracks. Vocals mostly lurk behind bass hooks and layered soundscapes, while an unusual mix of instruments hop between genres. Animals starts somewhere close to rock, then edges towards classical and finally abandons the listener in jazz territory. While the melody lines are catchy, the real triumph is in the atmosphere. Most memorable is the title track, which begins as a fragile, ghostly thing, before a clarinet lures us into a Latino-tinged fairground where a full band leads a slow waltz. Promising to reveal hidden depths with each listen, Black Sands is haunting, beautiful and surprising.

FILM THE CONCERT \ OPENS APRIL 29, LIMITED RELEASE This entertaining new Franco-Russian fi lm from director Radu Mihaileanu (Train of Life) sees a shambolic cast of characters chasing broken dreams and lost opportunities. When disgraced conductor Andrei (Alekseï Guskov) intercepts an invitation intended for the Bolshoi Orchestra, he isn’t the only one to catch the scent of a second chance. Andrei hasn’t been on stage for 30 years, but he and his equally-fallen comrades soon set off to perform in Paris, armed with forged passports, borrowed instruments and a worrying amount of vodka. When no one turns up to the first rehearsal, disaster seems inevitable. True redemption for this motley collection comes in the gorgeous form of violinist Anne-Marie (Mélanie Laurent, Inglourious Basterds), whose secret past ultimately provides a means for others to make peace with their own. This shared, if unlikely, triumph makes for a genuinely moving climax to a fi lm that tackles weighty themes with an appealing lightness of touch.

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VAMPIRE WEEKEND & SPOON

THE LOWDOWN \ ABC 1, WED 9PM \ ABC 2 THUR 8.30PM

TOP PICK

Preppy pop wonders Vampire Weekend are in town for two shows, touring their sophomore LP Contra. The painfully young New York four-piece have been drenched in acclaim worldwide, so it’s little wonder the second of gigs had to spill from The Palace to Festival Hall (May 5). The band can expect a huge turnout from the Triple J crowd, but that shouldn’t dissuade the post-adolescent punter. Drawing equally from indie rock and world music, the shows promise to be eclectic, energetic and, from all reports, a bloody good time. Still, if all that youthful exuberance sounds exhausting, the more discerning rock fan may be happier checking out Spoon at Billboard (30 April). With five more records under their belt than the young vampires, these Texan minimalists will be touting a fine selection of tight and jaunty tunes guaranteed to get under your skin. Last seen here supporting Arcade Fire, Spoon’s sets are precise, gutsy and endearingly odd. \ MYKE BARTLETT mykebartlett@gmail.com

Th is new Melbourne-made comedy isn’t the sort of scathing industry exposé you might expect from a former journalist, but is instead a charming, if crude, character-based piece. Pitched halfway between Extras and Frontline, the series falls somewhat short of both, lacking the incisive brutality of the latter and the genuine celebs of the former. Still, we can forgive its failure to draw big names given the carefully drawn characterisation of the regulars. The show’s co-creator and writer Adam Zwar (of Wilfred fame) is likeable as bumbling, broken-hearted hack Alex, while Paul Denny’s photographer Bob – always on hand to offer a hug, cordon bleu cooking or aromatherapy oils – is an endearing foil. With an equally appealing supporting cast, The Lowdown seems set to earn a somewhat grubby place in our affections.


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REVIEW\ CARS

The B180 Mercedes, although small, is surprisingly roomy inside, writes KEVIN NORBURY

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couple of weeks ago my wife watched an elderly gent trying to parallel park a red Mazda in Hawthorn when he got a bit over-enthusiastic, mounted a back wheel on the kerb and propped the car’s backside against a tree. He sat for a while, pondering his dilemma. The thought later crossed my mind that this would not have happened had he been in the new, boxy little Mercedes-Benz B180 with CVT transmission. This damned thing parks itself. It works like this: drive slowly past two cars fore and aft of a parking spot to allow the B180 to measure the gap. Put the car in reverse and a little arrow appears beside a P on the dash, pointing to the park, letting you know it’s ready to do its trick. Press ‘Yes’, let go the steering wheel and accelerate, preferably keeping your other foot lightly on the brake, the steering wheel turns by itself and you back into the space. Put the stick in drive and the steering wheel straightens. Drive forward and, bingo, you are parked. Simple as that. The active parking system, as Benz calls it, has a CVT six-speed automatic transmission and electro-mechanical power steering. The car also has cruise control, speed limiter and Bluetooth, so you’ll never be pulled over by Mr Plod for talking on the mobile. The B-Class Mercedes was introduced in 2005, face-lifted in October 2008, and in January this year a new 1.7-litre petrol model was introduced. At $36,990 for the five-speed manual, plus dealer and onroad costs, it’s Benz’s most affordable model and $910 cheaper than the axed A180 five-door it replaces, coinciding with a reduction on January 1 of import duties, from 10 per cent to 5 per cent. The B180 tested here, came with the Metro package, which includes the CVT transmission option, parking assist, parking sensors, comfort-tuned suspension and chrome package, so add $4160 for that, plus the sports pack, which includes 17-inch five-spoke AMG alloy wheels, ARTICO sports seats and stainless sports pedals, adding another $2327, to bring the total to $43,477, plus onroads. Other features include the audio 20 sound system with six-disc indash CD and UCI media interface for iPod and other music devices.

SAFETY

It’s safe, too. When you shut a door you get this solid thunk, so you are left in no doubt that it’s well built. As for the occupants, they are encased in a cabin with eight airbags. The engine, too, is designed to go under the car in the event of a head-on crash. From behind the wheel you are sitting up high for a small car and get quite a panoramic view.

The B180 Benz. It simply parks itself Max headroom: The Mercedes B180 has room for the kids, a bike or two and the shopping. (KEVIN NORBURY)

The electro-mechanical steering takes a bit of getting used to. It feels a tad stodgy at first, but the car handles well, it’s quiet and smooth, and for a 1.7-litre it’s quite zippy around town and easy to park. Certainly, no one could complain about the headroom and the amount of space inside. Because of its sandwich platform design you sort of slide into it rather than step into it. One B180 owner, the recipient of two new hips, calls hers “a hip-replacement car of choice”. Take it to the supermarket and there’s room for the kids, maybe a bike or two, and several bags of shopping. Drop the back seats flat and you could probably carry a new refrigerator home. ECONOMY

For a 1.7-litre engine, though, I expected its economy around town to be better. It certainly doesn’t guzzle fuel, but don’t expect much better than 10L100 or so. Some of the time it was up about 14L100. Get it out on the road, though, and it’s a different story. The manufacturer’s figure is an average 7.4L100.

M O D E L S A N D P R ICE S * There are four B180 models, two petrol and two diesels. The 1.7-litre 4-cylinder petrol produces 85kW and 155Nm. The five-speed manual costs $36,990, plus dealer and onroads. The CVT auto transmission is an option.

$36,990

OTHER MODELS AN OWNER’S OPINION

Jane Mann, a farmer from near Bannockburn, has had a B180 for four years. She bought it to downsize, has five children and needed a small car with space. “I’ve always had four-wheel-drives and I liked the idea that it (the B180) was high off the ground,” she said. Her car is a 2.0-litre diesel. It’s now done 130,000km. She gets 1100km to a tank of fuel. She had a Lexus RX330 before that. “That was very good, but I prefer this one,” she said. “If I had to fault it, it’s got quite small tyres (it has16-inch wheels). On dirt roads it’s not very good. But it’s a very good little car.” \ KEVIN NORBURY norbsu@three.com.au

B200 2.0-litre 4-cylinder petrol,

$45,990

B180 CDI, 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder turbo diesel,

$47,990

B200 Turbo, 2.0-litre 4-cylinder petrol,

$52,990

THUMBS UP Solid build, safe, lots of room.

THUMBS DOWN Electro-mechanical steering a bit stodgy.

*These are manufacturer’s list prices and exclude dealer delivery and onroad costs.


REVIEW\ HEAR THIS

www.wearehunted.com This site keeps track of track after track. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The 99 most popular songs in the world.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201C; A remarkably simple description for one of the webâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most creative music sites. Aussie built WeAreHunted.com has successfully rewritten the way music charts are crafted. A BETTER WAY TO DISCOVER MUSIC

By sifting through online news, blogs and social media sources, WeAreHunted has managed to create playable music charts that track what songs and artists people are presently enjoying on the web. Most of the charted songs are fully playable in full for free. You can also view links to artists' websites and social media pages, and view recent articles about each artist. For the really inquisitive, there are also statistics on media coverage and sentiment. OLD VS NEW

Traditional music charts have sometimes been described as ineffective in measuring the true popularity of music. After all, sometimes the marketing machine does work. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve all bought music that has overstayed its welcome after just a few plays. WAH sorts the treasure from the trash and is great if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re tired of radio advertisements and DJs. Just select your favourite chart and hit play; it couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be simpler. If you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t like any of the charts on offer, you can create your own.

Top dogs: Dr Dog are making their mark as top emerging artists.

Well, the quality of the music speaks for itself.

MUSIC MADE EASY

While WAHâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s technology is complex, founder Nick Crocker described the importance of simplicity. "So many websites are too complex, too wordy, too long. I wanted this to be digestible in seconds ... to deliver users what they want â&#x20AC;&#x201C; amazing new music, every day." FIND NEW ARTISTS

The most special aspect of WAH is its emphasis on emerging music. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s difficult for artists not to get lost in the deep digital sea if they don't have major record labels and expensive marketing campaigns. Great music is often overlooked by the public but WAH does a remarkable job of compiling an amazing portfolio of popular emerging music. How do we know theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not just making it up?

SEE HOW THEY STACK UP

Dr Dog, Gauntlet Hair and Melissa Auf der Maur make their mark as top emerging artists. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not all new names though; UK rockers Radiohead sit atop the mainstream chart alongside The Black Eyed Peas and Gorillaz. With several genre specific charts, you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need to be a music aficionado to find something worth listening to on WAH. \ http://twitter.com/we_are_hunted http://www.facebook.com/WeAreHunted

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REVIEW\ BOOKS

Smart Alex “THE EASE WITH WHICH HE WRITES, THE BOOK’S STRUCTURE AND ITS ENGAGING CHARACTERS HAVE STRUCK A CHORD WITH READERS...”

CORRIE PERKIN corrie@mybookshop.net.au LOVESONG by Alex Miller, $39.99 (Allen and Unwin)

Each week The Weekly Review invites readers to take part in our online book club. We’d love to know what you think about a book, its characters and plot, and whether you think the author has created a work of art or a lemon. This week’s book for discussion is Melbourne writer Christos Tsiolkas’ 2008 award-winning novel The Slap. Go to www.weeklyreview.com.au and follow the book link to join in.

SOLAR By Ian McEwan $32.95 (Jonathan Cape)

Michael Beard is over 50, overweight, unhealthy, self-absorbed and selfish. He’s an unlikely leading man, but British writer Ian McEwan places Beard firmly at the centre of Solar, his much-anticipated new novel. Readers squirm regularly as the Nobel Prize-winning scientist deftly adopts climate change as his new (and highly topical) field of research. Despite some lukewarm reviews, Solar is a vivid and clever story that uses eco-politics as its backdrop. It may not reach the dramatic heights of Atonement, nor unsettle us a la Enduring Love, but McEwan fans will not be disappointed.

FICTION

THE SECOND-LAST WOMAN IN ENGLAND by Maggie Joel $32.95 (Murdoch)

SUSPENSE On Coronation Day, May 1953, British upper middle-class housewife Harriet Wallis walks into the parlour of her South Kensington home and shoots her husband Cecil six times in the chest. Maggie Joel’s new book travels back one year before the murder, and before Mrs Wallis – a fictional character – becomes the second-last woman to be hanged in Britain. What led Harriet to such an extreme action? How did Cecil lose her trust? And who was the strange man she met in the park that day – a meeting witnessed only by the Wallis’ gloomy nanny, Jean?

OTTOLENGHI: THE COOKBOOK by Yotam Ottolenghi & Sami Tamimi $70 (Random House)

In 2002, Israeli-born chef Yotam Ottolenghi and his Palestinian friend Sami Tamimi opened their London café-food store to immediate critical acclaim. Six years later they published a cookbook that, in recent weeks, has become a darling of Melbourne foodies. The Ottolenghi philosophy resonates strongly with Australian kitchens – as the chefs explain in their opening chapter, “regional descriptions just don’t seem to work, there are too many influences and our food histories are long and diverse’’. Try their fennel and feta salad with pomegranate seeds and sumac, or harissa-marinated chicken with red grapefruit salad, and you, too, will become an Ottolenghi convert.

FOOD

MAJOR PETTIGREW’S LAST STAND by Helen Simonson $32.99 (Allen & Unwin)

It only arrived in shops last month, but already the book club tom-tom is beating loudly about Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand. But please ignore reports that it resembles The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. Certainly, they share quaint English village settings, but resistance by friends and families to the widowed Major Ernest Pettigrew’s growing affection for Mrs Ali, the Pakistani owner of the local milk bar, raises 21st century-relevant questions about love, family, belonging, racism and violence. Buy it, read it, talk about it, and welcome Ms Simonson’s first novel and her arrival on the literary scene.

I’M READING ... PETER GARRETT, Minister for Environment Protection, Heritage and the Arts

“I read Garry Disher’s Blood Moon over Easter – nicely done Aussie crime genre, a genre I don’t usually consume. At present I’m mid-way through Tom Keneally’s The People’s Train with The Museum of Innocence by Orhan Pamuk on the bedside table. I expect it will be a while before I get to it.’’

FICTION

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BOOK CLUB

readers and it is already a popular choice for many Melbourne book clubs. Lovesong is our tip for this year’s Miles Franklin Award, the winner of which will be announced on June 22. Miller may find some resistance within the publishing industry, however, because he has won it twice (in 1993 with The Ancestor Game and in 2003 with Journey to the Stone Country). In his previous books, Miller (right) treks comfortably across a landscape dominated by the bush, the outback, nationality and Aboriginality, belonging and finding one’s true home. Lovesong explores different themes – passion, maternal longing, trust and betrayal – but its author is certainly at home and writes with enormous insight. More love stories from Alex Miller, please! \

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IN

the opening chapter of Alex Miller’s latest book, Lovesong, a recently widowed author called Ken tells his 38-year-old daughter he plans to retire from writing. “That’s it, no more novels,’’ Ken declares, then takes flight to Venice for a month before returning to his Carlton home to face life as an aimless and at-times lonely suburban widower. The writer befriends the owners of a new local pastry shop, John Patterner and his Tunisian-born wife Sabiha. Over occasional cups of coffee, Ken encourages John to talk about how he met Sabiha in Paris many years earlier. Ken becomes fascinated by John’s life, his courtship of Sabiha, the small Paris café they ran together and their struggle to have children. Inevitably, the writer’s creative spirit is awakened and he starts writing John’s story. Lovesong was published late last year and it has already sold more than 17,000 copies in hardback (the paperback will be released in September). Three years ago, while writing the book, Castlemaine-based Miller told this columnist he was having a lot of fun working on his first major love story. The ease with which he writes, the book’s structure and its engaging characters have struck a chord with


REVIEW\ TRAVEL

KENDALL HILL looks at whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new on the Island of the Gods.

BALI Alila: Views across the rice paddies (top) make al fresco lounging a breeze.

St Regis: It has 123 suites where lush fabric (right) and local art take pride of place.

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ecord numbers of Australians are holidaying in Bali. It seems the wounds of the ’02 and ’05 bombings are healing because last year more than 400,000 of us were lured back by the siren call of Seminyak. We’re now their No.1 tourist market, ahead of Japan and China. Bali has matured immeasurably in the wake of the terrorist attacks and the tourism emphasis now is on upmarket stays, unique experiences and flat-out luxury. Begone, cornrows. Here’s a look at what’s new on the Island of the Gods. BANYAN TREE UNGASAN

The renowned Banyan Tree group chose the isolated village of Ungasan for its 77-villa resort with vertiginous views of the Indian Ocean. The keywords here are privacy and pampering – guests could easily idle away days holed up in their walled sanctuaries waited on by round-the-clock butlers. Each of the airy and sumptuous villas has its own infinity pool, ranging in size from 10 to 25 metres. The glamorous Ju-Ma-Na restaurant (open for dinner only 6.30-11pm) with its cliff-edge cocktail bar opens this month and despite the remote location, it’s destined to become a magnet for the Bali set. banyantree.com

Banyan Tree Ungasan: The key words are privacy and pampering.

PARTY TIME AT KU DE TA Ku De Ta, the famed Seminyak beachfront bar, restaurant and club, turns 10 in August, so expect a bigger-than-ever party season this year. Details at kudeta.net

ST REGIS

The US-owned St Regis group, known for its perfectionist hotels and resorts, has opened in the gated resort enclave of Nusa Dua. There are 123 suites and villas and even the entry-level St Regis suites provide a generous 92-square metre playroom impeccably decorated with lush fabrics and local art. The resort has a handsome swathe of snorkel-friendly beachfront and a vast lagoon pool for freshwater types. The setting is magical at dusk, especially by the Kayuputi restaurant, which shimmers like a candle-lit temple above the lagoon. starwoodhotels.com ALILA VILLAS SOORI

Alila, which took over the legendary Chedi and now operates it as Alila Ubud, has launched its latest resort about 40 minutes north of Denpasar. Alila Soori’s 46 villas are set between rice paddies and the sea and range in size from one bedroom to three, so they’re perfect for families and small groups of friends as well as couples. It’s about the outdoors as much as the indoors here – internal courtyards open to the stars and there’s a breezy pavilion for al fresco lounging; infinity pools blur into endless ocean and the beachfront is lined with butler-serviced pavilions. alilahotels.com

Alila: its 46 villas range from one bedroom to three and its infinity pool blurs into endless ocean.

VILLA SUNGAI

Not a hotel but a private house for rent, Villa Sungai is in a small rural village where roosters sound a daily reveille and the sleepy river Penet sets the pace of life. The main villa is a three-bedroom affair with indoor/ outdoor ensuites for all; a separate owner’s villa called Sungai Gold sleeps four more. An 18-metre horizon pool caters for exercise and play in between wonderful fresh meals prepared by charming staff. Susan Kurosawa, travel editor of The Australian, described Sungai Gold as “a picture of the idealised Balinese holiday villa”. \ bali-villasungai.com khill@theweeklyreview.com.au


REVIEW\ YOGA ME WELL

The Pretzel in Me yoga on every street corner, you almost feel WITH like you’re on the outside if your inner world isn’t being toned. Everyone seems bent on finding the pretzel inside. Most depictions of yoga, from promo fliers to YouTube, offer the human paperclip as inspiration. But where does that leave the lawyer fossilised by 16-hour days or the chronically fatigued mum? How does the average, flex-free, joint-jarred, physically disproportionate student overcome that invocation, to grasp the subtler gifts of yoga? Over a 15-year, once-or-twice-a-week journey as a student, the glitter in my path began to sparkle. That may sound like a slow train to nowhere in particular, but little by little yoga’s revelatory influence dramatically altered my life perspective and path. As the philosophy of the mat unrolled, I learned the sanctuary of that rectangular space and how to use it to sustain me. PHILOSOPHY OF THE MAT

On the mat, at first, I struggled and forced, often leaving depleted and disillusioned. But with acceptance, patience and growing self-responsibility, the mat became an expansive place where I could lose all sense of time and place and the worries I’d heaped upon me. RULES OF THE MAT 1+2 ONE: You need to explore several classes to find the right

ACCEPTANCE

When your hamstrings refuse to fold perfectly in half from a standing position, welcome acceptance. No amount of forcing your limbs into submission or allowing the inner critic to judge is going to progress you quickly or safely. Accept your limitations on the mat and work gently to see whether they are blockages that may be freed with regular, self-nurturing attention. PATIENCE

You know it, something worth having takes time ... From the Sanskrit “yug”, meaning “union”, “yoga” invites you to unite the mind, body and spirit (the inner self, the divine within and without). This profound union is accessible to the patient student, which is why yoga persists over millennia – since 5000 BC and counting. At first, the union lingers in moments. Ultimately, it can underpin your state-of-being, informing all you do. All you need is openness to self-exploration. SELF-AWARENESS

Those crooked and recalcitrant parts of you provide a golden opportunity to grow in self-awareness. The real management of my own journey of stress-induced chronic illness began by applying yogic philosophy to life off the mat. Embracing yoga doesn’t mean you won’t get sick but it equips you with a vast toolkit to navigate the ups and downs of life. Hmm … how so?

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match of tradition and teacher, the one that opens your body and mind the way you imagined yoga might. TWO: Ignore Flexy Pants who flops effortlessly into postures. Your body, and the emotional and mental layers that inform it, is unique. So too is your yoga journey. Immerse yourself in your own space ... fully.

Lisa Mitchell is a hatha yoga teacher, relaxation instructor and freelance writer/editor.

Instructions to focus on a particular muscle or to bring the breath to your big toe offer the first steps towards self-awareness. We spend 99% of life focused externally on people and tasks. Your teacher asks you, repetitively, to move internally in order to become acutely aware of the messages your body, emotions and state-of-mind are pumping out. Once we learn to truly witness and act appropriately on those messages, we manage ourselves and pilot life’s journey more smoothly.

MAT CHAT

SELF-RESPONSIBILITY

TAKEAWAY YOGA

Your teacher may be an expert guide, but the final arbiter on the mat is you. Can you be strong enough to take a breather, rather than force a posture or repetitions for pride’s sake? If you show up for a commando-style class undernourished and overtired, then awake leaden and strained the next day, who is responsible?

Take one thing from your favourite class and practise it for a few weeks – that’s a five-minute daily yoga practice. (Ask your teacher if it’s OK to bring a pen/ paper to write it down.) As a dear mentor, Lucille, always says: “If you can’t find five minutes for yourself, who’s running your life?” \

By all means, challenge your body to become lighter, looser and stronger, but consider that beyond

physicality is a labyrinth of thoughts, attitudes, habits and emotions to tame, should we choose, through exploring our inner Pretzel. Try a mantra to keep on track next class: “What do I feel, where do I feel it? “My breath guides my limbs. “My body opens slowly, gently.”

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REVIEW\ SAILING shivering in wet Gore-tex, then the sound of a yacht’s hull crashing IMAGINE down the face of a wave and into the sea. Conversation is made by yelling at stony faces. That was part of the journey on catamaran Orange II, which broke the round-the-world sailing record in March 2005 and won the Jules Verne Trophy. Australian water sports legend Nick Maloney was part of the crew of 13, which circumnavigated the world, 50,000 kilometres, in 50 days, 16 hours and 20 minutes. They crossed the finish line near the island of Ouessant off France’s west coast at 3.23am on March 16, 2005. Orange’s record stood until last month, when Frank Cammas broke the record on trimaran Groupama 3. The Weekly Review caught up with the 42-year-old in Torquay where he was pursuing another one of his passions, surfing. He relived a harrowing evening near the Agulhas Shelf, off the coast of South Africa. “I thought we would capsize,” he said. “The wind was just howling and I had not clipped on to deck and was smacked by a huge wave. “I was completely engulfed and knew I was airborne. “The water subsided and I landed on the trampoline and thanked my lucky stars. “I committed one of the cardinal sins of sailing and it made me very vulnerable. I still remember it clearly; it still haunts me. I just wasn’t meant to die that day.’’ Nick, who now lives in France, continues to sail for a living and said he got into the sport as a teenager by sailing dinghies around Ocean Grove and Port Phillip Bay wearing his much loved Cats footy jumper. Sailing wasn’t so serious then. Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron head instructor Leigh Brennan-Smith said many elite sailors start in dinghies and are bitten by the sailing bug from a very early age. He said sailing in Port Phillip Bay is very safe, enjoyable and suitable for people of all ages. “Many recreational sailors who have passed through our school have discovered the sport later in life and then get involved,” he said. “I have taught a few students and they have gone on to crossing the Pacific. They generally do it after a few years and building up their confidence with trips like Melbourne to Sydney and Melbourne to Tasmania.” Richard Hewitt, who is chief executive of Melbourne’s largest sailing club, the Sandringham Yacht Club, said they teach 3000 people a year to sail. “There are not many Nick Maloneys out there and we have some members that compete at state level but the majority get into a boat and just have fun,” he said. For Maloney, sailing has lost the fun element that first drew him to the sport, only because he spends eight months of the year out at sea. “It has been 23 years I have been sailing for a living and doing it as a business takes away the fun element. “I love the activity and being on boat. The power of wind and a modern day boat is explosive. “I’m happiest on the water but I need to be racing, it is either full on or nothing for me. “When I come home now I enjoy mostly going surfing and windsurfing.” But this is another pursuit that Maloney has also taken seriously. In 1998 he spent 22 hours and 11 minutes harnessed to a windsurfing mast to be the first to cross Bass Strait. It’s an achievement he describes as one of his most challenging. \ GEORGE IERODIACONOU george@kitemag.com.au

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The Jules Verne Trophy was awarded to the skipper, Nick Maloney, (right) who broke the outright record, starting from an imaginary line between the Créac’h lighthouse on Ouessant (Ushant) Island, France, and the Lizard Lighthouse, UK. The dominant winds and currents made the voyage eastwards faster. The multihulls held better times than monohulls.

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REVIEW\ CHEQUES & BALANCES

A life saver young girls still believe or indeed hope that finding a man will keep them in a manner they would like. Relying on a relationship to secure your financial future is flawed for several reasons. First, you never know where love may find you. The struggling artist with whom you fell in love will not want to hear the words “can you go and get a real job”. Love will take a back seat and your financial plan based on a relationship may now lead you to a life of unexpected poverty. Secondly, divorce may be a ticket to a life of luxury for some, but for most it means whatever money there was now has to finance two lives, two homes and the expenses that come with them. And don’t forget legal fees . This can often mean a huge drop in living standards for women. Thirdly, marriage or partnership may never happen; Mr Perfect may not eventuate and, with no alternative financial plan to speak of, you may find yourself with few assets and a superannuation plan that will see you spending your retirement in a bedsit. Many women are notoriously bad savers, even worse investors and excellent spenders. These are the three key elements that result in statistics showing there are more than 1.5 million Australian women who, if they lost

The financial advice offered here is generic.

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Australia’s divorce rate ranging from WITH 42%-46% and about one in four women never marrying, it is astounding that many women and

their jobs tomorrow would after their usual expenses last one week on their current savings. A scary statistic. Coupled with this, a staggering 38% of women do not have superannuation and those who do are retiring with an average payout of about 50% of what men retire on. I have often heard young women say: “I’ll buy property when I get married.” Regardless of the difficulty of entering the property market (that is another story) there is a mindset with some women that financial security and fiscal management starts with a relationship. I am not saying a relationship cannot

provide financial benefit. It can. There are economies of scale that come with a relationship, but it is the reliance on them as financial security that is the problem. I would be hard pressed to find finance at the top of any woman’s priorities, including mine. Kids, good food and wine and that must-have pair of shoes often take priority over money spent or time allocated to saving and investing. Therefore, once in a relationship, some women hand the responsibility of financial security to partners. They have some control of the household budget, but no understanding of the bigger picture. Some have a fair idea of what is going on, but don’t know details and are generally not interested. Others have no idea. So all this needs to change and change now. It is imperative that girls are taught from an early age the importance of being financially literate. They need to understand the importance of living within their means. That $1 today, invested wisely, can be worth so much more in 10 years. You need to have a plan to meet your goals and you must control that plan. A financial planner from one of the major advisory firms in Melbourne recently told me that the firm encourages spouses (usually wives/female partners) to join them when meetings are held to discuss the family finances and investments. Not before time. Be interested, get involved, and start saving and/or investing. And then if you happen to be lucky enough to marry a Murdoch … well that will just be a bonus. \ CAROLINE ELLIOTT BEC. CA Financial And Commercial Consultant celleott@eftel.com.au

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REVIEW\ IN THE FRAME

First, buy the artwork of ink has been used on the subject of the A LOT  preciousness of art. But really: what’s a piece of art worth? Much like real estate or any other commodity, artwork is worth what the market will bear. When I was a fresh-faced art student – I had not even mastered the curled lip – a faded rusk of a painter addressed the question to a lecture hall of first-year students. He pulled from his pocket a small wad of paper. It unfolded into a page torn from the Trading Post, and he read out the classifieds: “For sale: Framed oil painting, landscape, 20 inches x 28 inches, $60. For sale: Abstract painting, 42 x 36 inches, red and blue tones, $45. For sale, two small watercolours …” It was a chastening experience for us would-be artists, though not the last, nor the most severe. For art to be worth anything, first it has to exist. Most art does not survive the test of time because it doesn’t survive at all. The bulk of art requires constant care, generation after generation – or it ends on the scrapheap. In times of political and social stress, especially wars, art is often the first thing to go. Even the most cultured are not immune to beating up on art when the going gets bad. Take the Pantheon, for example. Built in the first century AD (or CE if you will) the temple for the gods is a stunning piece of architecture and engineering. Apart from losing some marble and a few statues of Jove and Diana and their ilk, it remained pretty well intact for 1400 years, until Pope Urban VIII needed the bronze on the roof to

cast some cannon. A bit of unpleasantness called the Thirty Years War was going on. It’s claimed that after everyone calmed down, the metal was melted again and turned by the sculptor Bernini into the massive bronze canopy that stands over the crossing in St Peter’s. Even vandalism results in good … sometimes. Most art is lost not through deliberate destruction, but through neglect. There are a few things you can do to save art. Buying it helps. Once you have your art, try not to ruin the work. A few simple precautions. Don’t position art where furniture or people are likely to bump into it. Keep works on paper – drawings, prints and photographs – out of direct sunlight. Colour photography is especially sensitive to light, causing bleaching and shifts in the colour spectrum. And a lot of sketches and studies are done with poor inks and paper. If high light levels are unavoidable, at least have them framed behind UV filtered glass or acrylic. Another good reason for using acrylic sheet (most of us know it by its trade name Perspex) to protect delicate work is that it is hard to break. Any painting in oil or acrylic can be assumed to be quite stable so long as the painter hasn’t been slumming it at a schools’ art supplier. Sculpture tends to be robust, which is not to say that it can be parked out in the weather. If in doubt, talk to the gallerist or the artist – they’ll appreciate your interest. \ CLIFF BURTT cliff.burtt@gmail.com

Not Titled (JD) 2008 (COURTESY ARTS PROJECT AUSTRALIA)

STATE OF THE ARTS

Julian Martin is the sort of artist for collectors who like to think outside the box. Martin specialises in works on paper; his preferred medium is pastel, often over a light marking out in graphite. Through successive layers of applied pastel, Martin builds areas of saturated colour shaped into pared-down forms that may be purely abstract or derived from objects – say, a fan blade or a set of spoons. One of a group of artists working at Arts Project Australia, Martin has exhibited widely and regularly at APA’s exhibition space. Keep an eye out for his work at this year’s art fair.


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MOZI’s range of Mother’s Day products includes this limited edition, fluorescent screen-printed tea towel. The towel suggests breakfast in bed and provides a handy recipe for eggs benedict; follow the instructions and spoil your mum. After all, it’s an invitation that doesn’t need an occasion. 100% linen, screen-printed, 50 x 70cm.

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LE LOUVRE \ FASHION ICON After more than 80 years on Melbourne’s Collins Street, luxury fashion store Le Louvre has relocated to a new custom-designed three-level store in South Yarra. Le Louvre’s stable of designers includes Balmain, Lanvin, Yves Saint Laurent, Marchesa, Ann Demeulemeester, Rick Owens, Tom Binns and Stephen Jones Millinery. Much more than a fashion boutique, Le Louvre is part of the city’s fashion legend. 10am-6pm Monday to Friday and 10am-5pm Saturdays. 2 Daly Street, South Yarra 9650 1300


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Channel Nine is finally staking its digital territory with the launch of a new online player. Hoping to muscle in on the popularity of the ABC’s iView, Fixplay offers viewers a chance to catch up on missed episodes of Underbelly, V or Gossip Girl. Where Fixplay differs from other catch-up services is its impressive back catalogue. Deals with producers such as BBC Worldwide and Warner Bros mean hundreds of hours of programming are available on demand, including shows that have never appeared on Nine or its digital offshoot Go!, such as Doctor Who, The Mighty Boosh and Spooks. At least, that’s what the press release says. One week after launch, these shows are still waiting for their online debut. The videos appear a little soft when played full-screen, which doesn’t bode well for early adopters of internet-capable televisions. More popular videos can take a couple of attempts to load and, even then, watching the pilot of V was distinctly shuddery. The inclusion of advertisements before, during and after shows can also be frustrating, however, the ad breaks are mercifully short and the sole price of admission to an increasingly diverse video library. The odd niggle aside, there’s no denying that Fixplay is a genuine innovation in Australian broadcasting. It might not be a match for Hulu, a US-based service providing a single point of access to output from countless networks and studios, but it’s definitely a step in the right direction.

If you’re a voracious reader, chances are you’ve heard of the Book Depository. Mention its name and watch booksellers tremble. With bestselling titles at $10 a pop, the site makes sending your next book on a round-the-world trip more sensible than walking down to the street. CD Wow has been offering similar, postage-free deals on CDs and DVDs for more than 10 years, but it has also elbowed its way into the book market. Prices are generally cheap and, once you’ve signed up, few weeks will go by without discount vouchers arriving in your inbox. For purists, the site offers a broad range of vinyl – again free of shipping charges, although shipping is slow at 2-3 weeks. It’s worth an extra 50 cents for insured delivery.

ENTERTAINMENT TOP TUNES \ www.kcrw.com/music/programs/tu Is your iPod looking empty? Are you always on the lookout for music? Radio station KCRW may be based in California, but those of us in a different hemisphere can still sign up for this free podcast. Delivering a single track daily to your iTunes, the podcast acts as a taster of forthcoming releases.

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Anyone who has lived with people or worked in an office will be familiar with passive-aggressive notes. These transparently polite threats or outpourings of resentment have long been an excellent way to ratchet up tension. This site gathers an amusing array of these smiling assassins. \ MYKE BARTLETT mykebartlett@gmail.com

BIZARRE I PAT YOUR DOG \ ipatyourdog.blogspot.com The mysterious owner of this Australian blog warns that “inside every dog beats the heart of a wolf”, but that doesn’t deter him in his quest to pat as many strange dogs as possible. It’s hard to tell how earnest the writer is, but there is a quaint sort of poetry in the descriptions of the canines. One is “softer than clouds” while another reminds him of a “hardened scone”. At times, it’s hard not feel voyeuristic and uncomfortable, as the disembodied hand homes in on another victim. Perhaps I Stalk Your Dog would have been a more appropriate title?


REVIEW\ GARDENING

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he Australian artist Rosalie Gascoigne began collecting abandoned farm machinery and fencing wire to use in Ikebana floral arrangements in the early 1960s. This led her to construct the assemblages (created from materials such as old road signs and lino) for which she became internationally famous. Similarly, in East Malvern there is a gardener whose main source of inspiration is stuff that has been relegated to the nature strip. Pauline Torrance can spot the decorative potential in a tired cane chair or an unwanted iron gate at a hundred paces. The entrance to her garden is through a pair of wrought-iron gates with more curls than a Leunig cartoon. Step inside and you’ll find a veritable museum of old chairs, tables, gates and doors in every shape, size and colour, and plant holders galore – these will remind you of your grandmother. A large black wrought-iron gate adorns a red-brick wall and a white panel acts as a support for the tendrils of the newly planted sweet pea. One smaller piece embellished with scrolls hangs in its own picture frame, itself a discarded window pane complete with leadlight grid. A painting picked up at a fair sits in a quiet interlude of green clivia leaves, while an out-of-date firescreen comes into its own again as a backdrop to a twisting grapevine. When Pauline isn’t finding a corner for her latest discovery, she is rearranging the outdoor furniture. A wicker lounge positioned under the old apple tree is charming and so appealing. Another tableau formed by a small café table and chairs invites “arvo tea anyone?” My favourite creation is the “dining room” where, above the table, a chandelier dangles from an overhanging branch and a shuttered screen hints mysteriously at something beyond. This is no designer garden. Instead it is an assemblage constructed from salvaged items and gifts of cuttings and rejectamenta from friends. Pauline says her garden is “a kind of memory bank ... When I’m watering in the morning, I’m constantly reminded of people and places”. Her most treasured find to date is the grand wrought-iron gates that appeared in a dumpster next door. For many years they’d graced the entrance to the home of Mr Schooling, the elderly man who was the Torrance’s neighbour when they first arrived in East Malvern. “I love the look of them,” Pauline said “but it’s the fact that they’re part of the story of our street which is most important to me.” Like Rosalie Gascoigne, the history of the objects collected adds meaning to her creative work. Pauline’s gift is that she wants what we think we don’t ... until we recognise it, lovingly restored in her garden.\

Art for the taking It’s a bonus for gardeners that we are a throw-out society. Decorative gems, from old wrought-iron gates to a tired old cane chair to an unwanted firescreen, can transform your garden’s look, writes JUDITH HUGHES

judithhughes53@gmail.com The gatherer: Pauline Torrance can spot potential at 100 paces. (SHANNON MORRIS)


Apples ... take it as red

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ooks mean a lot if you’re an apple (Malus domestica). You’d have to be red (most prefer red to pink, green, yellow or brown apples), smooth (people prefer smooth to coarse-skinned apples) and shapely (not lop-sided). The apple’s success as a supermarket star has largely been linked to its visual appeal and marketers still believe that fruits have to look right, in order to sell well. Taste, they say, is of little consequence. From that viewpoint, commerce has been good for the apple’s survival: they are the third most widely produced fruit worldwide, after bananas and grapes (according to figures from the US-based fruit-market analysts Belrose Inc). It is remarkable that apples as we know them today have so successfully colonised the orchards of the world far from their place of origin, which is said to be somewhere on the border of Kazakhstan and north-west China. That success is good news for agriculturists, but bad news for conservationists because for every apple that has become a household name, thousands have fallen by the wayside, diminishing the apple gene pool. But it’s not all doom and gloom. The fallen have not been forgotten. Old-style apples, often referred to as heirloom or heritage apples, are making a comeback. Peter Allen, vice-president of Heritage Fruit Society Inc, says the demand for heritage apples from his Monbulk farm increased almost seven-fold from 2002 to 2007. That figure, says the former supermarket manager, is based on the number of plants he has been grafting for home gardeners, and also for nurseries, over those years. The apple revival rides a tsunami of interest in home-grown food, which has gained so much momentum that even the National Trust of Australia (Vic) is in on the action. Last month the trust opened to the public its trove of about 130 heritage apples from the Rippon Lea Estate, Elsternwick. Rippon Lea’s head gardener, Justin Buckley, says that 250 saplings, which were grafted in-house, sold out in about 15 minutes. The 20 varieties chosen for this first sale comprised a selection of dessert and cooking apples, early and late-fruiting apples and some with unique flavour, such as Winter Banana. “Many of our visitors ask for Cox’s Orange Pippins,’’ he says, “but I suggest they should look at more than one before they decide.” An eye-opener is the Coral Crab, a deep red crab apple the size of a small chestnut, with a strong, sweet flavour. Unlike other crab apples, it can be eaten fresh and its vigour and medium size (being grafted on semi-dwarfing M102 rootstock ) makes it suitable for backyard duties, Buckley says. Heritage apples come in a range of shapes, sizes and colours, not all pretty. But what they might lack in looks they make up for in taste and texture. The hardest part about planting a heritage tree, I reckon, is selecting one that you’ll be happy with for many years. So before you buy, think about the sort of apple you want – dessert, cooking, cider making, decorative crab? How big a tree do you want? Single graft? Multi-graft? Nowadays, with pole-type grafted plants you can have an apple tree in a pot, nowadays. Most heritage trees, however, are grafted to rootstock that would determine their size. An apple tree on M9 rootstock will grow to about 2.4 metres. M26 will give you a three-metre tree and MM102 and MM106 should let trees reach about 3.6 metres. The choice of rootstock and pruning would keep any tree in check. When you have an idea of what you want you can then check out the heritage varieties from Rippon Lea or

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HERTITAGE APPLES COME IN A RANGE OF SHAPES, SIZES AND COLOURS, NOT ALL OF THEM PRETTY.

from the 400-plus varieties in the collection of heritage plant buffs such as Peter Allen. Heritage apples can also be found online at nurseries such as Diggers Club (secure.diggersgardenclub.com. au) and Stun’Sail Boom River Nursery (nurseriesonline. com.au/StunsailBoom).

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ippon Lea is likely to have more trees ready for sale next year, while Allen, from his Telopea Mountain Nursery in Monbulk, can build you a tree, so to speak. Tell him your requirements and he can advise if your choices match your intentions. Peter Allen, aka Pete the Permie, is building his website and attends his stall at the Abbotsford Convent slow-food market on the fourth Saturday every month. Once you have decided on your tree, the going is easier. Apples are known to fare well in Melbourne’s temperate climate. They, along with plum trees, are about the easiest to grow as they are not particularly demanding when established. All an apple tree needs is lots of sun, some moisture at its roots and shelter from strong winds. There might be a problem, though, if there are no apple trees in the vicinity. You see, apples cannot reproduce themselves; the majority need pollen from another apple variety in order to produce fruit. Playing match-maker to apples means you should choose plants with overlapping flowering seasons. A mid-season apple, for example, could cover both ends of the flowering spectrum. Plant your tree in winter and reap your rewards two or three years later. It’s a win-win endeavour: gardener gets the apple of his eye and apple gets to keep its heritage to fight another day. \ SIEW-CHING GOH chingji@yahoo.com.au

HEIRLOOMS ABAS (early season, dessert). Medium sized, dark red striped skin, crisp, sweet white flesh. Fruits biennially. AKANE (early, dessert). Medium sized, crisp with hints of strawberry and a good balance of sweet and sharp. BLENHEIM ORANGE (late, dual purpose). Orange, with red stripes. Sweet taste, crumbly texture, good with cheese. COX’S ORANGE PIPPIN (below) (late, dessert). Orange-red flush, red stripes, greenish yellow background. Sweet, aromatic, with a subtle flavours. EGREMONT RUSSET (mid-season, dessert). Brown, rough skin with gold streaks. Nutty flavour, balance of sweet and sharp. FAMEUSE CANADA aka SNOW (mid, dessert). Bright red with snow-white flesh. Sweet, spicy, juicy.


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REVIEW\ RENOVATIONS

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hen the owners of this Edwardian villa decided on extensive renovations, they thought long and hard about the design of their home. They took their ideas to a draughtsman to draw up and to provide the construction drawings. Once construction was under way and they were able to see their plans taking shape, it became evident that some of their design decisions were not the best, so they employed an architect to assess the design and suggest changes.

(GRAY SMITH)

CLIENT’S REDESIGN OF ORIGINAL FLOOR PLAN

As the house was under construction, it was important that any new design had to: O involve minimal changes to any work already done

PROBLEM Irregular design to all bi-folding doors and windows, failing to take advantage of ceililng height preventing a better use of light and view of garden.

O have a minimal impact on the progression of work O ensure work could continue even if council approval

was needed for any of these changes. Design changes suggested by the architect included: FAMILY ROOM

O In the original design the stair to the upstairs main

bedroom was accessible through the dining room. This made the dining room a circulation space with a cramped area left-over for dining.

PROBLEM Awkward kitchen design with non-continuous benches. PROBLEM Stairs only accessible through dining room.

SOLUTION Glazing height increased with fixed windows above bi-folding doors. Morning light is now maximised especially during the winter.

REVISED GROUND FLOOR PLAN KITCHEN More user-friendly and economical design in updated layout.

O The revised plan moved the stair towards the back of

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STAIRS

the house between the dining room and kitchen. The dining room is now an elegant, well proportioned room unencumbered by circulation. Another benefit of moving the stair is that it would now be easy to convert the dining room into a fourth bedroom. Although not a requirement of the owners, the potential to do so will be beneficial for resale.

DOOR AND WINDOWS With the regular proportioning a cohesive look is now achieved.

O By moving the stair, the lengths of the kitchen

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and family rooms were reduced. They are still well proportioned, however. The move also provided room for a small laundry under the stair, whereas the original design had the laundry in a cupboard accessible from the main hallway.

DINING ROOM

O The architect revised the layout of the bathroom; the

BATHROOM

new design showcases the new bath against a feature wall. It brings the bath closer to the fireplace and window, hides the toilet behind the feature wall and creates a generous-sized shower recess.

BEDROOM 2

O The bi-folding doors in the family and living rooms

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were redesigned, their widths were made consistent. Fixed windows were added above each door to take advantage of the generous ceiling height and to relate to the proportioning of the existing windows in the front section of the house, thereby providing a cohesive design throughout.

PROBLEM Uninspired bathroom design

E X P E N DI T U R E H E A D L IN E Revised planning drawings + council fees

$1100

Estimated cost to rectify existing built work

$10,000

Estimated cost of extra work

$ 15,000

Architect’s fees Estimated time delays due to changes ESTIMATED INCREASE IN VALUE OF HOUSE DUE TO REVISED DESIGN

$ 3000 3 WEEKS

$110,000+

Because of potentially unknown conditions, it is important to have realistic expectations when renovating. So it is smart to allow for a 20% overrun in budget and construction time. It is recommended an architect be involved from the design stage. An architect should be able to take the needs of the client and, working within the limitations of the site, existing structures, council and building code requirements, as well as the budget, to create a living environment beyond the client’s expectations. \ GRAY SMITH gs@graysmitharchitecture.com.au

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DINING ROOM The new room is now unencumbered with the removal of stair access. With this alteration this room may revert to a fourth bedroom adding significant value to the home. BATHROOM The addition of a feature wall behind a central bathtub conceals the toilet and shower recess. An existing fireplace is now better situated for a long soak in the tub.


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AGENTS INDEX\ GARY PEER

WHERE TO LIVE\ COVER STORY

62-75 77-83 84-133

KAY & BURTON

134-160

MARSHALL WHITE

161-208

WILLIAMS BATTERS

210-211

RT EDGAR

212-225

MCLAREN

226-227

FLETCHERS

228-245

WOODARDS

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TBM

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KAY & BURTON 9820 1111 23 Fawkner Street, South Yarra Price: $3 million plus Auction: May 8 at 11am

CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL 254-255 ABERCROMBY’S

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BUXTON

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HOCKING STUART

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NOEL JONES

275-287

OUT OF TOWN\ KEATINGS

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PATON

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Fast Facts: High ceilings, central hall, four open fireplaces, en suite, walk-in wardrobe, study, north-facing living and dining, luxurious stone finished kitchen, butler’s pantry, underfloor hydronic heating and air-conditioning, C-bus system, outdoor living room, built-in barbecue, spa, sauna, outdoor bathroom, established gardens, off-street parking, walking distance to Toorak Road.

WHERE TO LIVE TEAM\ EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS PROPERTY EDITOR \ MARIA HARRIS mharris@theweeklyreview.com.au M: 0409 009 766 PROPERTY WRITER \ HARI RAJ hraj@theweeklyreview.com.au M: 0415 346 906 ADVERTISING INQUIRIES REAL ESTATE SALES DIRECTOR \ JOHN IOANNOU jioannou@theweeklyreview.com.au M: 0418 323 009 The real estate cover story (right) and WE LOVE IT property reviews on the following pages have been visited by TWR journalists. AGENT’S CHOICE are real estate promotions provided by the agents unless tagged as written by a TWR journalist.

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“NEW YORK COMES TO MELBOURNE.” ROSS SAVAS – AGENT

SOUTH YARRA 4KM FROM THE CBD Home to one of Melbourne’s best shopping strips. Famous for historic mansions, Victorian homes large and small, significan apartments, trendy cafe culture and the Royal Botanic Gardens. Also home to Melbourne Girls’ Grammar and Melbourne Boys’ High School.

How this suburb has moved: +12.5% (2004-2009) * REIV stats

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t is six o’clock on a Monday night and the lights are on at 23 Fawkner Street, South Yarra. Unlike many other inner-city homes that hide behind high brick walls, this one embraces the street. Before you even reach the gate in the iron picket fence you are mesmerised by the chandeliers in the two front rooms and the light reflecting off the foil wallpaper. You don’t get more Victorian than this. Yes, it is a double-fronted brick home, with a tuck-pointed facade and tessellated tiled veranda. The typically Victorian floor plan has rooms off the central hall, but this place is no homage to the past. The owners, an architect and a stockbroker, engaged BE Architecture to transform the house into a sophisticated environment with great design and functionality. After two years in design and construction, the result owes as much to New York as it does to inner-city Melbourne. It was a bold move to turn a four-bedroom house into a two-bedroom home, but they did it with aplomb. Along the way, the owners fulfilled the need for large-scale entertaining spaces inside and out, with room for friends and family to stay. There are two bedrooms (the main has an en suite), a front room (den), a large living and dining room, a study, two bathrooms and a kitchen with enough space to hold a crowd, plus a vast covered outdoor living room with an open fireplace and seating. The north-facing rear of the property is an oasis of greenery. Tucked behind the outdoor living room is a spa and a timber boardwalk leading to a sauna and an outdoor bathroom. The front of the house is true to its Victorian roots with texture and richness in the foil wallpaper, velvet drapes, hand-plastered ceilings, original open fireplaces

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and a white marble mantelpiece. As you head north towards the back of the house, the finishes become more natural and contemporary. The central hall, with its typical arch at the mid-point, has new floorboards stained a rich mahogany. Off the main bedroom, the walk-in wardrobe – lined with burnt-sienna coloured emporite cabinets – leads to the mocha-tiled en suite, an oversized shower and a bath that looks to a private garden. Also off the hall is the second bathroom, with fittings and finishes that match the en suite. Then comes a study with built-in cabinets, a desk and overhead storage for CDs.


K&B PARTY Kay & Burton kicked off the campaign for 23 Fawkner Street with a cocktail party for more than 30 guests to see how the house worked for entertaining. “We wanted a house with a great scale for entertaining,” said Jarrod Haberfield and David O’Connell. Dishing up the finger food on the night were Sophie Cooke and Nicole Debono, of Cookes Food, Toorak.

Vendors David O’Connell (left) and Jarrod Haberfield.

Just back from London, glamour couple Emily Spiro and Chris Alcock.

A door in a wall of sleek dark cabinets opens into the butler’s pantry, which has another stone bench and sink. A trapdoor reveals a purpose-built cellar. Floor-to-ceiling glass forms the rear wall of the kitchen, which allows natural light to enter and provides winter warmth. The greenery of the garden keeps the heat out in summer. A heavy glass door slides from the side of the kitchen to the paved outdoor living room, which has a Balinese-style thatched roof, built-in open fireplace, barbecue (neatly out of sight) and sofas. This house makes big promises – and delivers in abundance. \

Main pic The kitchen looking to the garden. From far left to right The sitting room; outdoor entertaining looking back to kitchen; entry hall showing two front rooms

Kay & Burton’s Ross Savas and consultant engineer David Atkins.

mharris@theweeklyreview.com.au

Leon Frangos, Kay & Burton agent Michael Armstrong and George and Victoria Floratos. (EVENT PICTURES / DARRIAN TRAYNOR)

The large living and dining room harks back to the notion of the “good room”. While far from stuffy or formal, it has no television and the fireplace burns real wood to create a warm, inviting atmosphere. This room also looks to the outdoor entertaining room and garden. The kitchen is functional – both vendors love to cook – and has a very large, long stone island bench that extends to a timber benchtop, which can easily have eight people sitting around it. On the far wall another stone benchtop with matching splashback has a 900-millimetre-wide Smeg oven and cooktop. Floors are made of terrazzo tiles.

Gerard Warrener, whose Melbourne Style 5 is about to hit bookshops and Kay & Burton director Jason Scillio.


WHERE TO LIVE\

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Everything in this peninsula stunner points to luxury.

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Everyone in Mornington knows The Point, the three-storey house that grips a cliff top overlooking Port Phillip Bay. It would look right at home on the Mediterranean. The Point’s 5337 square metres of land extend to within 30 metres of the water and it has uninterrupted views across the bay, past Mornington pier to Portarlington, and on to the You Yangs and the city skyline on the horizon. Fishermen and yachties use The Point as a marker when they are on the water. The Point was commissioned in 1991 by Brian Della-Pietra, founding partner of construction group Consulere, who died before it was completed. Present owners Jeff and Carolyn Mannering, of Oasys IT, bought it eight years ago and have lavished care, attention and plenty of money on it. That includes importing three fully grown palm trees for the garden, creating a granite

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MARSHALL WHITE, 9822 9999 Agent in conjunction: James Crowder Community Real Estate, 9708 8667 The Point, 61 Kalimna Drive, Mornington Price: About $12 million Expressions of interest close May 3 at 5.30pm. cobble-stoned driveway and formal drive lined with pear trees and gardens edged with magnolia hedges. Nearly every room of this exclusive home – almost a resort in its own right – on Mornington’s Golden Mile has water views. A massive entrance leads to the marble entry hall with formal living and dining rooms ranged around it. Four bedrooms, all with balconies, have lavish green marble en suites. The formal

living and dining rooms are the stuff of film sets and include a sunken marble bar. There are two kitchens – one with granite benches, one with marble benches – a butler’s pantry, commercial refrigerator, home cinema and study. The list goes on. An infinity pool on the lower level overlooks the bay. There are terraces, al fresco areas, a spa, sauna and plunge pool. The lower level features a mod-grass tennis court and a path down to the beach. \ MARIA HARRIS

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RT EDGAR, 9826 1000 172 Kooyong Road, Toorak Price: $8 million plus Auction: May 8 at noon

This Christopher Doyle-designed home has a grand entry hall, formal and informal living rooms, four bedrooms (each with a marble en suite), a vast white Calacutta marble kitchen and butler’s pantry, limestone and European oak floors and a study. And that’s just inside. Outside the all-green Italian-style garden and pool connect to the al fresco living area. Life in Toorak doesn’t get much better than this – a fact not lost on selling agent Jeremy Fox, of RT Edgar. On auction day he will be out the front spruiking the position, which is close to some of the most expensive homes in Toorak. “The floor plan is sensational, every room leads to the next and it’s full of light,” says Fox. The owners, who have lived in the house for just over a year, are moving their young family to Italy. \ MARIA HARRIS

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BENNISON MACKINNON, 9864 5000 76 Mason Street, South Yarra Price: $1.8 million-$2 million Auction: May 1 at 11.30am

This house is a knockout in a secret pocket of South Yarra. Mason Street is part of that privileged patch west of Punt Road. Architect Bill McCorkell has created a surprisingly large and light-filled house with city skyline views, which makes it ideal for inner-city living. Only the facade, with lace-trimmed veranda and two front rooms, belies its Victorian origins. The rest is new – and has the “pure gold” of a two-car carport. A central living room is surrounded by two lightwells, one with a water feature. The separate dining room and kitchen are all style with stainless steel benches, stainless steel oven, ceiling height cabinets, walk-in pantry and integrated fridge. Two bedrooms upstairs include the main with storage and desk and walk-in robe leading to minimalist en suite. At the front, a timber deck has a built-in barbecue and hidden fridge. \ MARIA HARRIS


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A new level of luxury comes to life.

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This new five-bedroom house brings to life a new level of luxury in the eastern suburbs private-school belt. From herringbone parquetry floors to internal emporite doors, a white marble kitchen and five white marble en suite bathrooms, nothing has been overlooked in the quest for total comfort. Spacious formal rooms and a study are matched by a large open-plan area at the back of the house, which is made up of the kitchen and meals area, living room and rumpus room. Glass doors slide open from the informal living area to the paved al fresco zone with solar-heated swimming pool and spa. Back inside, a guest suite downstairs has a large en suite and study. Four upstairs bedrooms are grouped off the rumpus room. Heating, cooling, ducted vacuum, security, barbecue area and a double garage complete the picture.\ MARIA HARRIS

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JELLIS CRAIG, 9818 2222 55 The Ridge, Canterbury Price: $3 million plus Auction: May 8 at 2pm

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HOCKING STUART, 9944 3888 26 Thomas Street, Kew

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Price: $3 million-$3.3 million Auction: May 8 at 1.30pm

The owners regularly travel to France – and it shows. They commissioned Armadale interior designer Jean-Pierre Heurteau to bring his flamboyant style to their grand home and the result is sheer opulence where rich décor is embellished with layer upon layer of patterns and texture. Vibrant wallpaper – or in the case of the sitting room, silk cut to measure – adorns the walls of the formal rooms. Built for the rich circa 1930, this double-storey home of 11 main rooms has an old-style porte cochere at the entrance. The formal rooms are off a large entry foyer. The kitchen, with white marble benches and a butler’s pantry, overlooks the informal meals area while the family room opens to an al fresco area and swimming pool. All four bedrooms and a study are upstairs, including the parents’ bedroom (with sitting room), walk-in dressing room and en suite bathroom. \ MARIA HARRIS

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FLETCHERS, 9836 2222 6 Mernda Road, Kooyong Price: $4 million plus Auction: May 15, 11am

Any property going under the hammer in Kooyong is worth a sniff; it’s one of Melbourne’s smallest suburbs and this is one of its newest houses (see www.6merndaroad.com.au). Completed less than two months ago, the three-storey house has a sleek contemporary interior and a facade that matches its heritage-listed neighbours. The main bedroom is on the ground floor, which opens onto a deck and an outdoor sitting area; around one corner is a his-and-hers walk-in wardrobe, with double-sided storage. The lap pool has a water feature gurgling next to a bluestone-paved courtyard, the kitchen has granite benchtops and Gaggenau fittings, and the bathrooms are sheathed in chequerboard Turkish marble. A lift connects the top floor to the basement, where you’ll find a double garage, another bar/kitchen space and a private space that can be used as a gym or theatre room. \ HARI RAJ


WHERE TO LIVE\ PROPERTY LISTINGS

TOP FIVE

HOUSES

APARTMENTS

Address

BROUGHT TO YOU BY

Price

OUT OF TOWN\ PORTSEA 3944 Price

Agent

Address

63 Princess St, Kew

$1,220,000

Fletchers

3818 Point Nepean Rd

$8,750,000

Kay & Burton

17 Wentworth Ave, Canterbury

$2,150,000

Jellis Craig

3 Wallace Ave, Toorak

$1,111,000

Kay & Burton

Campbells Rd

$1,800,000

Kay & Burton

1 Ellerslie Pl, Toorak

$2,100,000

Ben Mac

1A Harvey St, Malvern

$891,000

Marshall White & Co

Clovelly Crt

$1,695,000

Ben Mac

3 Hunter Rd, Camberwell

$1,950,000

Jellis Craig

2 Wimba Ave, Kew

$810,000

Walsh Cairns

11 Nairana Crt

$1,510,000

R T Edgar

2 Edna St, Malvern East

$1,890,000

Jellis Craig

15 Corsewall Cl, Hawthorn

$802,000

Jellis Craig

4 Welbeck Ave

$1,300,000

Kay & Burton

18 Gerbera Crt

Hocking Stuart 272

35 Charles St 4/1517 Malvern Rd 43 Summerhill Rd 44 Hortense St 45 Summerhill Ave 5 Montague Ave 56 Ferndale Rd 59 Great Valley Rd 6 Montana St 7 Howie St 7/122 Milton Parade

BENTLEIGH EAST

15 Dundas Pl 36 Young St

Ben Mac 70 Buxton 258

ARMADALE

319a McKinnon Road

1 RedCrt Ave 15 St James Rd 2 Myamyn St 27 Clarendon St 4 Bailey Ave 7 Inverness Ave 7/7 Wattletree Rd 9 Seymour Ave

Ben Mac Jellis Craig RT Edgar Abercromby’s Marshall White RT Edgar Ben Mac RT Edgar

64 118 215 255 207 221 75 221

ASHBURTON

Buxton 257

BLACK ROCK 3/53 Fourth Street

Buxton 258

BOX HILL 6 Menzies St

Fletchers 237

BOX HILL NORTH 12 Simmons St Box Hill South 35 Grandview Rd

11 Fakenham Rd 75 Nicholas St 8 Dunscombe Ave

Jellis Craig 90 Jellis Craig 118 Jellis Craig 91

ASHBURTON 9 Aitchison Ave

Marshall White 208

ASHWOOD 1/9 Vannam Drive

Hocking Stuart 266

BALNARRING

1&4/17 Well St 108 Dendy St 11 Sussex St 16 Mulgoa St 27 Arthur Ave 35/149 Male St 40 Black St 65 North Rd 87 Male St

1/58 Lincoln Ave Jellis Craig 122

Kay & Burton Buxton Kay & Burton Kay & Burton Buxton Buxton Buxton Kay & Burton Buxton

154 259 152 153 259 259 259 159 257

5 Stanleys Road 2855 Frankston-Flinders Road

Paton 289 Paton 289

BALNARRING BEACH

1 Montgomery St 34 Pine St

Buxton 257 Buxton 260

BULLEEN Paton 289 Paton 289

BALWYN Noel Jones Marshall White Christopher Russell Jellis Craig Marshall White Marshall White Jellis Craig Kay & Burton Jellis Craig Noel Jones Jellis Craig Noel Jones Noel Jones Noel Jones

285 202 254 130 202 208 93 150 130 275 94 285 278 287

BALWYN NORTH Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Fletchers Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Fletchers Jellis Craig Fletchers Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Fletchers Noel Jones McLaren Jellis Craig Noel Jones Williams Batters Fletchers Jellis Craig

95 119 243 119 120 232 120 243 121 96 121 236 278 227 122 279 211 236 92

BEAUMARIS

19 Vera St

Fletchers 238

5 Emmy Crt 60 Montpellier Rd 63 Parer St

Noel Jones 279 Noel Jones 280 Marshall White 204

CAMBERWELL 1 Brynmawr Rd Hocking Stuart 1 Dower St Marshall White 1 Gleeson Ave Jellis Craig 104 Wattle Valley Rd Hocking Stuart 13 Jervis St Christopher Russell 1302 Toorak Rd Jellis Craig 15 Gilbert Parade Fletchers 17 Radnor St Noel Jones 18 Milverton St Noel Jones 19-23 Cookson St Fletchers 19A Lodge Rd Jellis Craig 2 & 3 30 Regent St Noel Jones 2 Gleeson Ave Jellis Craig 2/136 Through Rd Marshall White 2/3 Glyndon Rd Jellis Craig 2/6 Glencairn Ave Jellis Craig 26 Gowar Ave Jellis Craig 3 Dower St Noel Jones 3 Orrong Crescent Jellis Craig 3/12 Garden Rd Jellis Craig 32 Dower St Noel Jones 42 Canterbury Rd Jellis Craig 45 Cooloongatta Rd Noel Jones 468 Camberwell Rd Jellis Craig 5 Granville St Marshall White 55 BRdway Jellis Craig 70a Glyndon Rd Marshall White 71 Radnor St RT Edgar 79 Athelstan Rd Jellis Craig 80 Fordham Ave Marshall White 99 Glyndon Rd Fletchers

267 180 130 268 254 130 238 282 281 245 123 285 97 199 131 131 123 280 124 131 281 98 276 124 200 99 181 224 125 200 244

CANTERBURY Buxton 258 Buxton 258 Buxton 258

10A Monomeath Ave 10A Monomeath Ave 117 Canterbury Rd 14 Compton St 174 Mont Albert Rd 191 Mont Albert Rd

1/9 Hoyt St 26 Holyrood St 6 Wave St

SOLD FOR $1.515 MILLION 21 Evelina Road, Toorak. 32 Monomeath Ave 34 Stanley Grove 55 The Ridge 844 Burke Rd

Kay & Burton Fletchers Jellis Craig Marshall White

148 233 101 205

CARLTON Kay & Burton 158

CAULFIELD 1/15 Newlyn St 1/412 Glen Eira Rd 24a Fallon St

Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer

81 81 80

Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer

81 82 82 77 83 83 78 83

Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer

83 81 80

CAULFIELD NORTH

BURWOOD

Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Kay & Burton Marshall White Jellis Craig Marshall White

84 85 149 201 100 201

125 274 105 286 195 196 184 126 131 239 75

Hocking Stuart 274

HAMPTON

254 Faraday St

BRIGHTON EAST

Jellis Craig Hocking Stuart Jellis Craig Noel Jones Marshall White Marshall White Marshall White Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Fletchers Ben Mac

GLEN WAVERLEY

Fletchers 237

BRIGHTON

1 & 2/11 Houghton St 1 Dempster Ave 10 Landen Ave 11 Lansdown St 19 Bellevue Rd 19 Millicent Ave 2 Kosciusko Rd 2/43 Sutton St 28 Duggan St 29 Frank St 3/33 Greythorn Rd 3/78 Maud St 34 Sunburst Ave 36 Tuxen St 39 Singleton Rd 43 Severn St 6 Tormey St 9 Grieve St 10 Madang Ave

Agent

Noel Jones

AGENT PAGE

1 Hansens Lane 47 Bayview Road

Price

$2,260,000

ALBERT PARK

367 Balcombe Rd Bentleigh East 7B Roselyn Crescent Black Rock 3/53 Fourth St Blackburn North

Address

5 Ross St, Kew

ADDRESS

1 Evergreen Ave 1 Larbert Ave 12 Erne St 2/59 Talbot Ave 2/7 King St 3/95 Balwyn Rd 31 Narrak Rd 4 Elliot Ave 4/8-10 Kalimna St 46 Winmalee Rd 51 Balwyn Rd 51 Yongala St 58 Banool Rd 6/14 Parring Rd

Agent

10 Marlborough St 19 Hart St 3 Morrice St 40 Eskdale Rd 48 Northcote Ave 66 Bambra Rd 70 Balaclava Rd 8 Malakoff St

CAULFIELD SOUTH 24 Beech St 26 Filbert St 40 Poplar St

DOCKLANDS 2104/80 Lorimer St

Williams Batters 211

DUMBALK 28 Milford Rd East Melbourne 104 Powlett St 51 Charles St 56 Agnes St 3/150 Clarendon St 3/150 Clarendon St

Ben Mac

70

Jellis Craig Ben Mac RT Edgar Kay & Burton Kay & Burton

102 65 217 134 135

104 Tennyson St

Gary Peer

78

Noel Jones Fletchers Ben Mac RT Edgar Marshall White Noel Jones Jellis Craig Noel Jones Ben Mac Ben Mac Marshall White Jellis Craig Noel Jones Ben Mac

285 239 71 223 182 282 103 286 62 63 183 104 283 71

GLEN IRIS 1 Morell St 1/16 Belmont Ave 14 Netherlee St 1459 High St 227 Burke Rd 24 & 24A Britten St 28 Walerna Rd 3/31 Rosedale Rd 31 Dorrington Ave 31 Dorrington Ave 31 Howard St 31A Erica Ave 32 Faircroft Ave 32/1495 Malvern Rd

HAWTHORN 1/70B Auburn Rd 10 Wattle Rd 13 Lyndhurst Crescent 15 Grattan St 19 Callantina Rd 19 Muir St 2/35 Riversdale Rd 3 Paterson St 3/28 Manningtree Rd 42 Berkeley St 519 Glenferrie Rd 6/176 Power St 8/472 Glenferrie Rd 83 Manningtree Rd

Hocking Stuart Hocking Stuart Marshall White Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Marshall White Marshall White Jellis Craig Marshall White Kay & Burton Kay & Burton Woodards Marshall White Marshall White

272 269 176 106 107 198 206 126 196 144 145 250 205 177

HAWTHORN EAST 1/5 Clifton Rd 104 HarCrt St 12 Carlyle St 13 Harold St 159 Victoria Rd 17 Burgess St 2/220 Rathmines Rd 23-25 Fletcher St 27 Tourello Ave 27 Tourello Ave 3/8 Mowbray St 33 Auburn Parade 36 Victoria Rd 40 Harold St 5 Clifton Grove 6/147 Victoria Rd 8 Eastern Pl 9 Westley St

Noel Jones Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Fletchers Jellis Craig Woodards Marshall White Hocking Stuart Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Marshall White Marshall White Noel Jones Hocking Stuart Marshall White Williams Batters Woodards Marshall White

287 108 127 240 109 250 206 273 86 87 199 178 286 273 198 211 249 179

HIGHETT 17a Jillian Ave

Buxton 261

IVANHOE EAST 6 Keam St

ELWOOD

Buxton 260 Buxton 260 Buxton 260

Marshall White 204

KALLISTA 69 Ridge St 69 Ridge St

Hocking Stuart 262 Hocking Stuart 263

KEW 1/2 Valentine Ave 10 Davis St 100 Wiltshire Drive 10a McEvoy St 112 Edgevale Rd 13 Dunlop Ave 136 Peel St 14 O’Shaughnessy St 149 Wellington St 16 Lower Drive 22 Campbell St 23 Rockingham St

Marshall White Marshall White Noel Jones Kay & Burton Marshall White Jellis Craig Fletchers McLaren Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Kay & Burton

197 174 287 146 197 110 240 226 111 112 127 147

241 Cotham Rd 26 Thomas St 26 Thomas St 27A Rockingham St 3/10 Walmer St 3/99 Earl St 4 James Ave 5 Burne Crt 51 Cotham Rd 6/7 Gellibrand St 7 Birrell Crt 7/312 Barkers Rd 8 Highfield Grove 8 Highfield Grove 881 Glenferrie Rd

Hocking Stuart Hocking Stuart Hocking Stuart Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Woodards Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Noel Jones Marshall White Marshall White Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Hocking Stuart

271 264 265 113 114 251 132 128 283 175 206 128 88 89 270

Fletchers Hocking Stuart Noel Jones Fletchers McLaren Marshall White Fletchers Jellis Craig

244 274 286 241 226 206 241 132

KEW EAST 1/15 Elm Grove 13 Namur St 163 Kilby Rd 2 Fairway Drive 3/14 Westbrook St 35 McConchie Ave 48 Clyde St 8 Belford Ave

KOOYONG 6 Mernda Rd 6 Mernda Rd 67 Talbot Crescent

Fletchers 228 Fletchers 229 Ben Mac 72

MACEDON 26 Marshall Avenue

Keatings 288

MALVERN 1 Mary St 10 Evandale Rd 1325 High St 14 Wheatland Rd 18 Alice St 18 Glenview Ave 2/331 Glenferrie Rd 24a Horace St 32 Milton Parade 47 Somers Ave 7 Johnstone St 94 Claremont Ave

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Jellis Craig Marshall White Marshall White Jellis Craig Gary Peer Marshall White Marshall White Ben Mac Marshall White Noel Jones Marshall White Marshall White Marshall White Jellis Craig

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102 Little Lonsdale St RT Edgar 1602/430 St Kilda Rd Kay & Burton 401 St Kilda Rd Marshall White 711/539 St Kilda Rd Christopher Russell 801/15 Queens Rd TBM 56 Agnes Street RT Edgar

218 151 162 255 252 217

MALVERN EAST 13 Knox St 15 Kardella St 17a Sylvester Crescent 18 Ellison St 2-4 Alma St 2/1 Hilda St 26 Coppin St 28 Bowen St 35 Summerhill Ave 36 Karma Ave 42 Paxton St 67 Emo Rd 76 Millewa Ave 79 Waverley Rd

MELBOURNE

MONT ALBERT 14 Smythe Ave

Marshall White 185

MONT ALBERT NORTH 10 Vivianne Ave 5 Box Hill Crescent 57 Valda Ave

Fletchers 242 Fletchers 244 Marshall White 203


MORNINGTON 61 Kalimna Drive

Marshall White 161

MURRUMBEENA 12 Melbourne St

Marshall White 205

NEWHAM 79 Bryce’s Lane 96 Dons Road

Keatings 288 Keatings 288

RT Edgar 225

NUNAWADING 6 Patterson St

Noel Jones 287

Woodards 251 Gary Peer 80

PRAHRAN 17 Packington St 2 Willis St 29 Larnook St 32 Grandview Grove 40 Chomley St 573 High St 73/108 Greville St 77 Bayview St 79 Bayview St 82/4 Sydney St

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QUEENSCLIFF 27 Hesse St Richmond 38 Gardner St

Fletchers 244 RT Edgar 222

Buxton 262 Buxton 261

SOMERS 110 Miramar Road 11 South Sea Road

Paton 289 Paton 289

SOUTH YARRA 11/4 Cromwell Rd 13 Como Ave 24/4 Cromwell Rd 2/1 Marne St 2/5 Stanhope St 20 Millswyn St 22 Davis Ave 23 Fawkner St 24 Clara St 24 Murphy St 281 Williams Rd 3 Davis Ave 4/2 Pasley St 48 Tivoli Rd 5/72 Tivoli St 52 Kensington Rd 68a Nicholson St 7 Kensington Rd 76 Caroline St 76 Caroline St

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PASSED IN AT $1.9 MILLION 50 Berry Street, East Melbourne.

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TBM 253

1-4/23 Malakoff St 1-6/5 Te-Arai Ave 3/100 Hotham St 36 Hotham St

Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer

79 79 82 82

403/315 Beaconsfld Pde Kay & Burton 158

SURREY HILLS 1/319 Elgar Rd Noel Jones 1/8 Albion St Christopher Russell 15 Windsor Crescent Noel Jones 18 Tower St Jellis Craig 19 Sydenham Lne Jellis Craig 2/90 Windsor Crescent Fletchers 207 Mont Albert Rd Jellis Craig 207 Union Rd Noel Jones 231 Mont Albert Rd Fletchers 272 Mont Albert Rd Marshall White 2A Warwick Crt Jellis Craig 428 Whitehorse Rd Fletchers 5 Windsor Lane Fletchers 6 Langford St Fletchers 6 Langford St Fletchers 947 Riversdale Rd Noel Jones

1 & 2/3 Martin Crt 1 Scotsburn Grove 1/23 Washington St 1/83 Grange Rd 11/24 Springfield Ave 12 Flintoft Ave 12 Flintoft Ave 13 Devorgilla Ave 14/703 Orrong Rd 172 Kooyong Rd 2 Gordon St 2/12 Lambert Rd 2/705 Malvern Rd 2/758 Orrong Rd 2/793 Malvern Rd 39 Canterbury Rd 4/568 Toorak Rd 4/619 Toorak Rd 45 Bruce St 49 Irving Rd 5 Hopetoun Rd 5 Merriwee Crescent 6/1 Lansell Rd 7 Church St 7 Power Ave 9 Glen Rd 9/679 Toorak Rd 4 Kingsley Crt

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SOLD FOR $1.6 MILLION 43 Foam Street, Elwood.

ST KILDA

287 255 277 129 116 243 117 284 234 203 129 242 235 230 231 284

TOORAK

SANDRINGHAM 13A Tennyson St 6/388 Bluff Rd

Ben Mac 68 Marshall White 168 RT Edgar 224

ST KILDA WEST

ORMOND 1-6/25 Holloway St 2/21 Wheeler St

76 Mason St 81 Caroline St 9/209 Domain Rd

SOLD FOR $1.4 MILLION 16 Green Street, Camberwell.

ST KILDA EAST

NORTH MELBOURNE 105/150 Peel St

PASSED IN AT $1.2 MILLION 40 Wheatley Road, McKinnon.

(PICUTRES COURTESY JAMES MARKET NEWS)

PASSED IN AT $1.91 MILLION 52 Athelstan Road, Camberwell.

136 167 220 160 160 143 155 220 156 212 223 187 133 207 207 159 224 207 163 223 137 219 74 166 165 164 187 155

Hi, I’m Mal James and I’m a buyer agent/advocate. Let’s imagine I’m with a prospective buyer, Mike, having a latte at my favourite café, Treat, in Armadale.

as well. And, to keep it moving along, I suggest you structure the questions around PPP. Mike: PPP is structure? Mal: Yes, structure. Price, Property and Position. Mal: Good day, Mike. With so much information, I have found a useful Mike: How much? technique is to categorise all info into Price, Property Mal: One of the deeper questions I usually get three and Position. It allows me to assess things more easily minutes after the “how much” question is “how do I – it gives me structure. You may want more land – know what to buy?” that is a Property thing. To get more land, you need Mike: Yeah. Do I buy next to a train line, with or more money (Price) or you go further out (Position). without the renovations, is land content important, It’s the old “for every action there is a reaction” kinda has this suburb got better growth than the next? thing. You want less Price (lower mortgage and more Mal: Whoa, hold up. The real question is: what will holidays), then it affects Property and Position. make you happy? If we can work this out well, it Mike: I’m starting to get it, Mal. can result in you buying the right home in a week, a Mal: Good. So on a piece of paper, just draw up three month, a year – a home that will make you happy. boxes. Allocate the info you collect to either the Price We suggest a three-step process. The first we call or Property or Position box. clarity and let’s not worry about the others yet. With Mike: For me, almost everything is the Price box – I clarity comes an easier and more meaningful way don’t care that much. I just want the best deal. But my forward, and it’s the same in home-buying, wife, Janet, she wants the best and to live in Hawthorn which for almost all of us is seriously intertwined near the kids’ schools and her mother. But she with happiness. doesn’t seem to realise that it costs a packet Happiness is the only true measure that to get what she wants and I’m not sure of BUYING. counts in my 50 or so years of searching capital growth. I think compromise – could THE FUN CAN – you can find happiness in a material we buy a house to fix up, further out, and possession and you can find a lot more in BEGIN ANY TIME put in some sweat equity? one you like. Mal: I have no answers for the YOU LIKE. Mike: This clarity and happiness thing: does mother-in-law but, broadly, what you are it include the kids and the spouse? talking about is happiness and, whether you Mal: Yes, and depending on gender, clarity also know it or not, you are looking at outcomes. covers the kitchen, storage, en suite or garage, shed Good outcomes will give you happiness. and cellar. Mike: Yes, I want good outcomes. Mike: Can happiness and mortgage appear Mal: Good outcomes for you lead to your happiness in the same sentence unless the word nil and they come from good decisions. I have found also appears? splitting outcomes into two simple categories really Mal: It can include whatever you want. It’s your way useful. There are financial outcomes and there is forward: your home and your happiness – not mine. the rest – the feelings stuff, which we call emotional My happiness comes from you being satisfied and outcomes. You want good growth – that is a financial giving me a cheque, which in turn keeps my wife, kids outcome to make you happy. Janet wants to feel and banker happy. No, Mike, it’s your process and secure and the kids safe – a nesting instinct – that’s an there is no right or wrong start, mid-point or finish the emotional outcome that will make her happy. same for everyone. And there in a nutshell it is. A goal – happiness. Some Mike: So, my big concepts in the home-buying process building blocks – emotional and financial outcomes. are not granite and growth, they are clarity and The fun can begin any time you like. happiness. Where do we go from here? Mike: Fun? Mal: I think structure is the next step. The happiness Mal: Yeah, the fun of seeing everything you wanted and clarity thing without guidelines seems to send overruled by the wife and kids. Didn’t I tell you – many into a wilderness that can ultimately lead to home-buying for blokes is not about compromise, it’s poorer decisions. about submission. Mike: Structure? Mike: How much did you say you cost again ... ? \ Mal: Yep, structure, and here is a bit of the structure I like. Happiness is a desire. Happiness for you, in my MAL JAMES opinion, will come from child and spouse happiness. James Buyer Advocates Mike, we have a saying, “Happy wife – happy life”. So www.jamesbuyeradvocates.com.au part of your job should be to find out what they want


Sarah Murdoch, Ambassador.


WHERE TO LIVE\ AGENTS’ CHOICE POSTCODE

Marshall White 9822 9999

3144

5

3

3

POSTCODE

Buxton Brighton 9592 8000

3187

4

3

2

POSTCODE

Bennison Mackinnon 9864 5000

POSTCODE

Fletchers Kew 9817 6551

3143

4

3102

3

3

2

4

2

1 Mary Street, Malvern ................................................................. Price: $2.7 million - $2.97 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 1 at 11.30am .................................................................

1 Montgomery Street, Brighton East ................................................................. Price: $1.6 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 15 at 12.30pm .................................................................

1 Redcourt Avenue, Armadale ................................................................. Price: $2.4 million - $2.65 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 15 at 11.30am .................................................................

1/15 Elm Grove, Kew East ................................................................. Price: $1 million - $1.1 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 8 at noon .................................................................

An impeccable sense of style distinguishes this architect-designed family residence. Streamlined contemporary design characterises the home. Featuring Ilve kitchen, solar-heated pool, home-theatre, DLUG. Let's eat lunch @ Giorgios, 1235 High Street Let's eat dinner @ Sukhumrit Thai, 1258 Malvern Road Let's drink coffee @ Bellezza Italina, 1413 Malvern Road

Above a sweeping 35m frontage approx, this architectural four-bedroom & study, 3.5 bathroom home stars four living zones, a cornerstone kitchen & a high-tech finish including C-BUS & surround-sound. Broad brilliance with a Brighton East address! Let's eat lunch @ Moi, Shop 1 259-279 Bay Street Let's eat dinner @ Vivace, 317 Bay Street Let's drink coffee @ Zest in Food, 59 Landcox Street

Completely comfortable in its current state, this substantial four-bedroom, threebathroom residence invites the addition of its new owners´ own signature style.

The front town house of two in a secluded street among the golf courses, three bedrooms, study, four bathrooms and every convenience. Fastidious design, perfect finishes, reverse cycle air-con. Near bus, shops and school. Let's eat lunch @ Kew Nursery and Cafe, Cnr High and Gladstone Streets Let's eat dinner @ Di Palma's, 684 High Street Let's drink coffee @ Xocolatl, 11 Strathalbyn Street

POSTCODE

Fletchers Canterbury 9836 2222

POSTCODE

TBM Toorak 9826 0000

3127

2

3000

2

1

2

231 Mont Albert Road, Surrey Hills ................................................................. Price: $1.1 million - $1.2 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 1 at noon .................................................................

2

Let's eat lunch @ Grapeseed, 1084 High Street Let's eat dinner @ Barca, 1007 High Street Let's drink coffee @ Oscar Whyte, 1013 High Street

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801/15 Queens Road, Melbourne ................................................................. Price: $1.6 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 1 at 1pm .................................................................

KEW Charmingly updated in a prestige position, this five room Federation style timber home boasts high ceilings, Baltic flooring, leadlights and decorative woodwork, a sunny modern kitchen and period style bathroom. Let's eat lunch @ Watts Cooking, 147 Union Road Let's eat dinner @ King & I Thai Restaurant , 613 Whitehorse Road Let's drink coffee @ Zimt Patisserie Bakery, 38 Hamilton Street

"Royal Albert" -Breathtaking views from this stunning two-bedroom and study, north-west sub-penthouse. Huge private entertainment terrrace, state-of-the-art finishes, double remote garage, heated pool and resident caretaker. Let's eat lunch @ Balencea, 454 St Kilda Road, Let's eat dinner @ The Botanical, 169 Domain Road, Let's drink coffee @ Cafe Vue, 401 St Kilda Road,

3

2

WOODARDS, 9818 3456 5 Yarra Street, Kew

6

Price: $2 million Private Sale

It’s peaceful on Yarra Street. The river is a stone’s throw away and Kew’s amenities are just down the road; nestled in between is this opulent three-storey brick house. Situated on a sloping block, the house was built in 1953 by the architect Geoffrey Danne. The entrance is through what used to be a garage, now converted into a long bar and wine cellar. The house is prevailingly formal, but surprises abound – panels flip and open to reveal bars and shelves, and a goods lift and powder room are hidden in unobtrusive nooks. The prominent sandstone west wall used to prop up Melbourne University’s Wilson Hall until a 1952 fire; relocated to Kew, the wall is now studded with glass recovered from the hall’s ashes. \ HARI RAJ


WHERE TO LIVE\ AGENTS’ CHOICE POSTCODE

Noel Jones Glen Iris 9885 3333

POSTCODE

Marshall White 9822 9999

3146

4

3122

4

2

2

2

1

POSTCODE

Jellis Craig Hawthorn 9818 2222

POSTCODE

Williams Batters 9866 4411

3123

4

3141

2

3

2

1

1

4 Hazeldine Road, Glen Iris ................................................................. Price: $1.2 million - $1.3 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 8 at 1pm .................................................................

83 Manningtree Road, Hawthorn ................................................................. Price: $1.8 million - $1.98 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 1 at 10.30am .................................................................

104 Harcourt Street, Hawthorn East ................................................................. Price: $2.5 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 15 at 3pm .................................................................

2/5 Stanhope Court, South Yarra ................................................................. Price: $580,000 - $620,000 ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 1 at 11am .................................................................

This renovated four bedroom, two bathroom, Californian classic successfully combines the stylish original living and dining areas with a large modern family room. Enjoys period features, polished floors and ducted heating. Let's eat lunch @ Glen Iris Milk Bar, 106 Glen Iris Road Let's eat dinner @ Perrins Restaurant, 32 High Street Let's drink coffee @ Thread Cafe, 1373 Malvern Road

Classic Hawthorn brick Victorian residence boasting superb period features. It comprises four bedrooms, architectdesigned north-facing kitchen/living/dining plus deck perfect for entertaining. Includes Miele appliances, remote OSP. Let's eat lunch @ Canvas Restaurant, Level 1 / 302-320 Burwood Road Let's eat dinner @ Choi's Chinese, 186 Riversdale Road Let's drink coffee @ Browns Bakers, 675 Glenferrie Road

The elite environs of the Harcourt Estate are perfect for a refined family lifestyle that is fully appreciated from this Victorian-style residence.

A spacious ground floor two-bedroom apartment in a small block of six with secure undercover parking, plus a large living area. Comprising two bedrooms, a bathroom, sitting and dining room plus a kitchen. Let's eat lunch @ Harveys, 10 Murphy Street Let's eat dinner @ Cosi, 68 Toorak Road Let's drink coffee @ Coffee Darling, 2 Darling Street

POSTCODE

Marshall White 9822 9999

3142

5

3

2

POSTCODE

Williams Batters 9866 4411

3141

2

1

1

Let's eat lunch @ Italy 1, 823 Burke Road Let's eat dinner @ Orsini, 205 Camberwell Road Let's drink coffee @ Coffee Max, 742 Burke Road

POSTCODE

Kay & Burton South Yarra 9820 1111

POSTCODE

Jellis Craig Hawthorn 9818 2222

3142

3

3126

3

3

2

2

2

7 Power Avenue, Toorak ................................................................. Price: $3.9 million - $4.29 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 8 at 2.30pm .................................................................

2/5 Stanhope Court, South Yarra ................................................................. Price: $580,000 - $620,000 ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 1 at 11am .................................................................

12 Flintoft Avenue, Toorak ................................................................. Price: $2.1 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 8 at 11am .................................................................

10A Monomeath Avenue, Canterbury ................................................................. Price: $2.7 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 1 at 2pm .................................................................

Family priorities receive superb modern treatment throughout this landmark home´s formal dimensions, light-filled living/ dining, sensational recreation room and separate study. Terrace overlooks northwest garden. Double lock-up garage. Let's eat lunch @ Croutons Fine Food, 475 Glenferrie Road Let's eat dinner @ Koots Restaurant, 479 Glenferrie Road Let's drink coffee @ Cibo Bakehouse, 477 Glenferrie Road

A spacious ground floor two-bedroom apartment in a small block of six with secure undercover parking, plus a large living area. Comprising two bedrooms, a bathroom, sitting and dining room plus a kitchen. Let's eat lunch @ Harveys, 10 Murphy Street Let's eat dinner @ Cosi, 68 Toorak Road Let's drink coffee @ Coffee Darling, 2 Darling Street

A beautifully presented period home, oozing character and set amidst stunning manicured gardens in a most sought after location on the doorstep of Toorak village.

A home of distinction in one of Melbourne´s finest avenues, this architect designed three bedroom home is a sanctuary of quality and style amidst easily managed garden oasis with cascading rock-pool/spa. Let's eat lunch @ The Maling Room, 206 Canterbury Road Let's eat dinner @ The Wildflower Restaurant, 1 Theatre Place Let's drink coffee @ Cafe Eden, 78 Maling Road

Let's eat lunch @ Orita´s, 34 Jackson Street Let's eat dinner @ Romeo´s, 450 Toorak Road Let's drink coffee @ Luscious Affairs, 9/501 Toorak Road


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POSTCODE

Marshall White 9822 9999

3079

4

2

2

6 Keam Street, Ivanhoe ................................................................. Price: $1.7 million - $1.87 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 1 at 10.30am .................................................................

POSTCODE

Jellis Craig Hawthorn 9818 2222

3124

4

2



2

55 Broadway, Camberwell ................................................................. Price: $2 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 1 at noon .................................................................

SURREY HILLS Luxurious residence superbly renovated. Includes light-filled living areas, state-ofthe-art kitchen, outdoor living, four bedrooms (main/WIR/en suite), bathroom, upstairs views. Also ducted heating/ cooling/vacuum and DLUG. Let's eat lunch @ Condotti Restaurant, 237 Lower Heidelberg Road Let's eat dinner @ Barr'd Wine & Tapas Bar, 240 Lower Heidelberg Road Let's drink coffee @ Vita Bella Cafe, 236 Lower Heidelberg Road

A magnificent outlook opposite historic Reid Gardens provides prized lifestyle inspiration with this superb Victorian villa c1888 gracing a fine corner position in the prestigious Tara Estate. Let's eat lunch @ Georges Restaurant, 819 Burke Road Let's eat dinner @ Magic City, 871 Burke Road Let's drink coffee @ Brunetti, 1/3 Prospect Hill Road

5

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Gary Peer & Associates 9526 1999

POSTCODE

Kay & Burton South Yarra 9820 1111

3267&2'(

3161

6

3141

3



3

70 Balaclava Road, Caulfield North ................................................................. Price: $1.75 million + ................................................................. Auction: Sunday May 9 at 12.30pm .................................................................

3

1

Price: $1.25 million-$1.35 million Auction: May 1, noon

76 Caroline Street, South Yarra ................................................................. Price: $ 3.2 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 1 at 11am .................................................................

ARMADALE Magnificently proportioned family home, graced with an ambience of sophistication. Contemporary open-plan living incorporating an Ilve kitchen and family/ meals room extending to north-facing deck, pool and granny flat. Let's eat lunch @ Las Chicas, 203 Carlisle Street, Balaclava Let's eat dinner @ Chez Olivier L'Epicerie, 256 Glen Eira Road, Elsternwick Let's drink coffee @ Wall Two 80, 280 Carlisle Street, Balaclava

207 Union Road, Surrey Hills

This red-brick Californian bungalow’s excellent use of zoning is an immediate standout. The main bedroom, with en suite bathroom and study, is in a separate wing divided from the rest of the house by a small corridor. The effect blends proximity and privacy; close enough to keep an eye on the kids, but at a distance that ensures peace and quiet. That’s probably a good thing – French doors in the lounge and dining rooms open onto the north-facing garden’s two sitting areas, perfect for children or party guests to wander through. Utilities are tucked away so as not to spoil the clean lines, bedrooms occupy their own zones as well and working fireplaces and cool stone benches in the kitchen top it off. \ HARI RAJ

POSTCODE

3

2

NOEL JONES, 9885 3333

A picture-perfect Victorian in the heart of cosmopolitan South Yarra Hill. A wonderful blend of period features and modern functionality, the home is awash with light and offers a delightful private garden. Let's eat lunch @ Lynch´s, 131 Domain Road Let's eat dinner @ France-soir, 11 Toorak Road Let's drink coffee @ Cosi, 68 Toorak Road

5

2

2

R T EDGAR, 9826 1000 9 Seymour Avenue, Armadale Price: About $2 million Auction: Saturday May 15, 1pm

Tucked away on a quiet street near the High Street shops and eateries, this double-fronted Victorian is surrounded by perfectly manicured hedges and greenery. The main bedroom’s en suite and walk-in robes are massive, accounting for almost as much space as the room next to it. The bedrooms, in fact, make this house ideal for a large family; they’re well-spaced throughout and they’re flexible too. One is set up as an office, with desk and storage space enough for multiple users; another, accessible via the double garage, is a lovely studio illuminated by skylights. In fact, natural light is a consistent feature – it pours in from the floor-to-ceiling windows all along the family room, which opens onto one of those enormously popular north-facing terraces. High ceilings and working fireplaces all contribute to this home’s appeal. \ HARI RAJ


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WHERE TO LIVE\ AGENTSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; CHOICE

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Jellis Craig Glen Iris 9809 8999

POSTCODE

Marshall White 9822 9999

3147

4

3122

5

3

2

11 Fakenham Road, Ashburton ................................................................. Price: $1.5 million - $1.6 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 15 at 1pm .................................................................

3

 2

13 Lyndhurst Crescent, Hawthorn ................................................................. Price: $3 million - $3.3 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 1 at 3.30pm .................................................................

PRAHRAN A superb north-facing family home of generous proportions, smart design and slick interior fit-out. Enjoy an easy walk to the Village shops/cafes, local parklands and schools. Train at the end of the road. Let's eat lunch @ Corner Deli, 229 High Street Let's eat dinner @ Sergios, 201 High Street Let's drink coffee @ E'Latte, 204 High Street

A magnificent Hawthorn brick Victorian residence comprising two formal sitting rooms, five bedrooms, north-facing kitchen/dining/living, entertaining area, private garden. Including hydronic heating, aircon, IG pool and DLUG (ROW). Let's eat lunch @ Laurent, 703 Glenferrie Road Let's eat dinner @ The Greek Spot, 559 Burwood Road Let's drink coffee @ Replete Providore, 302 Barkers Road

POSTCODE

Jellis Craig Balwyn 9830 5966

POSTCODE

3101

4

3144

2

2

Gary Peer & Associates 9526 1999

4/5

2.5

2

3

3

ABERCROMBYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S, 9864 5300 2 Willis Street, Prahran

2

Price: $1.7 million plus Auction: Saturday May 1 at 11.30am

The row of banana trees providing a respite from the sun lends a hint of the exotic, but hides the cast-iron latticework of its Victorian facade; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a combination of clean lines and tropical allure further demonstrated by the contrast between this houseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cool ceramic floors and its warm Merbau deck. Yes, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s open-plan, but seldom are plans more open than this â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the kitchen and lounge occupy the same large area and sliding doors allow almost the entire house to be opened up into a cavernous, airy expanse, extending all the way to the back deck. The upstairs study and main bedroom use space similarly well, as does one of the downstairs bedrooms, which doubles as a home theatre. Likewise, the garage is surprisingly well-fitted, containing a third bathroom and the equivalent of a second kitchen/ bar area, easily accessed from the plunge pool. \ HARI RAJ

POSTCODE

Marshall White 9822 9999

3146

4

3

2

POSTCODE

Hocking Stuart Hawthorn 9944 3888

3791

4

3

8

16 Lower Drive, Kew ................................................................. Price: $2 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 8 at 1pm .................................................................

18 Glenview Avenue, Malvern ................................................................. Price: $1.7 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday 15 May 12.30pm .................................................................

56 Ferndale Road, Glen Iris ................................................................. Price: $2.35 million - $2.58 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 8 at 11.30am .................................................................

69 Ridge Road, Kallista ................................................................. Price: $1.5 million - $1.6 million ................................................................. For Sale: Private .................................................................

A northern ranges panorama is enjoyed from the sophisticated architect-designed spaces of this stunning contemporary residence set amidst native garden on a prime Main Drive, Kew, corner allotment.

Indulge in a luxurious family lifestyle inside and poolside. Featuring formal lounge and dining, family/meals, study, granite kitchen, terrace and heated pool. Brilliant location near parkland, schools, shops and cafĂŠs. Let's eat lunch @ Woodstock Espresso Bar, 1150 High St Let's eat dinner @ Nicosia's Kebab House, 250 Glenferrie Rd Let's drink coffee @ Cafe La Via, 252 Glenferrie Rd

Sensational 10-year-old Stonehaven residence with tennis court and pool. Generous proportions define sitting/dining room, kitchen, living/dining opening to solar-heated pool, terrace and mod-grass north-south oriented tennis court. Let's eat lunch @ Crust, 293 High Street Let's eat dinner @ Melati Indonesian Restaurant, 629 Camberwell Road Let's drink coffee @ Freshly Baked, 172 High Street

On top of the world! 45 acres and 45 minutes from CBD. Stunning Mt Gambier stone residence with panoramic views from every window as well as from the swimming pool and spa, self-contained cottage and stables. Let's eat lunch @ Friends on the Hill, 104 Main Street Let's eat dinner @ Paradise Valley Hotel, 249 Belgrave-Glenbrook Road Let's drink coffee @ Kiss The Sky Cafe, 288b Belgrave-Glenbrook Road

Let's eat lunch @ QPO, Corner High Street & Cotham Road Let's eat dinner @ Di Palma's, 684-686 High Street Let's drink coffee @ Via Verona, 193 High Street


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10A Monomeath Avenue - CANTERBURY A home of impressive distinction in an avenue of extraordinary note, this flawless architect designed abode is a sanctuary of serene quality and style amidst easilymanaged garden oasis. Beautifully positioned in one of Melbourne´s most celebrated locations, this handsome 1980´s home features warm Mahogany finishes, exposed brick walls and exquisite diamond leadlight windows offering a grand manor ambience throughout a luxurious abode where lush night-lit cascading rock-pool/spa sets soothing centerpiece for easy-flowing refined and relaxed zones. Quality constructed and perfectly maintained by the original proud owners, this lovely sun-filled home basks in luxuriant garden aspects with unique design elements including resort-inspired main Bedroom unfolding to poolside viewing deck, travertine-lined casual areas open to poolside al fresco Kitchen and fabulous audio-entertainment centre and BI bar. For further information, please refer to www.10amonomeathavenue.com


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3 double Bedrooms (main/poolside deck/dressingroom/bathroom), fitted Office Travertine-tiled gourmet OP Kitchen/Living open to garden setting Sunny north terrace (al fresco Kitchen), lush cascading pool/spa oasis Formal fireside Living/Dining (BI bar, audio-entertainment unit) Surround sound, heating/cooling/sec and valet systems, cellar, dble remote garage, plant room Eminent location near exceptional schools, train, tram, Balwyn and Maling Rd precincts

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 1st May at 2pm Thursday 2.15-2.45pm & Saturday from 1.30pm 656sq. metres (7,061sq. ft) approx. Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


27 Tourello Avenue - HAWTHORN EAST An irresistible family lifestyle awaits in this perfectly presented, captivating solid brick and stucco residence c1929. Savour a magnificent rose garden setting on a substantial north-facing rear allotment designed for outdoor entertaining. Grace and grandeur extend throughout this marvellous home blessed with picture windows surveying the garden, solid strapped ceilings, fireplaces and timber panelled walls. Home to only 2 families in almost 80 years, this first-class residence has tastefully evolved over time with sympathetic extension and modern renovation to meet the requirements of today´s lifestyle. A contemporary east wing Retreat adds another dimension of versatility to this excellent domain includes 2 Bedrooms, Living, bathroom and ducted hearing. Close to Burke Rd trams, Camberwell Junction, Anderson Park and private schools.


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5 Bedrooms (2 in east wing Retreat with Living & bathroom), fitted executive Study Panelled entrance and hall, solid strapped ceiling, attic storage, 2 further bathrooms, Gracious Sitting (OFP, bow window), Dining (gas fireplace), Alarm, Family/Meals area to Vergola covered alfresco area, BBQ, ducted heating systems Brilliant granite Kitchen with European appliances/pantry, polished hardwood floors Picture windows, landscaped gardens, cubby house, huge double carport

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 10.30am Thursday & Saturday 1-1.30pm 22.6m x 42.7m (74' x 140') approx Steve Burke 0448 331 653 Maree Keel 0438 828 582 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


8 Highfield Grove - KEW The imposing contemporary profile of this breathtaking new multi-level residence reflects the remarkable design, superior features and unrivalled level of finish on offer in a magnificent Studley Park/Kew Junction locale. This luxury lifestyle oasis from Dean Dugdale Developments is the ultimate trophy property for the consummate entertainer affording every conceivable indulgence over 4 sophisticated, low-maintenance levels. A central lift provides access from basement Office and Home Cinema up to a rooftop Lounge with Miele-fitted bar and sensational terrace boasting sweeping views from the Dandenongs to the glittering CBD. Proximity to premier schools, boutique shopping, cafÊs, trams and parkland is exceptional complementing this designer domain´s powerful lifestyle allure with marble surfaces, high ceilings, huge windows and secluded north-facing entertainers´ garden with tiled swimming pool.


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3, 4 or 5 deluxe Bedrooms (main dressingroom, double shower ensuite), executive Study Study area, Home Office, 4 further bathrooms, stylish Lounge (marble ledge gas fireplace, picture window) Formal Dining, Livingroom, Family Meals area, powder room, fully fitted Home Cinema Glass/oak cellar, showroom garage, rooftop Lounge/bar and terrace with sweeping CBD views Magnificent Miele marble Kitchen/butler´s pantry, ducted vacuum, video intercom Lift, heating/cooling, alarm, tiled swimming pool, north-facing entertainers´ garden

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 2pm Thursday 5.30-6pm & Saturday 2.30-3pm Irreg 461 sq. metres (4,962 sq. ft) approx. Nick Elmore 0438 599 938 Tom Aylward 0408 548 551 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


11 Fakenham Road - ASHBURTON A superb north facing family home of generous proportions, smart design and slick interior fit out. Enjoy an easy walk to the Ashburton Village shops & cafes, local parklands & school. Formal Living, Study/Home Office with separate street access, open plan Family Living/Dining, designer Kitchen with WIP & Stone Benchtops, north facing alfresco dining overlooking manicured rear garden. Upstairs, 4 light filled Bedrooms (BIRs), Rumpus, Master Suite enjoying BIR/WIR and luxurious ensuite, family bathroom. Remote double garage, ample storage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 1.00pm Thursday 2.15-2.45pm & Saturday 12-12.45pm 15.24m x 35.91m approx. Zali Booker 0422 576 049 Paul Keane 0419 330 571 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


8 Dunscombe Avenue - ASHBURTON This beautifully presented and renovated 1950s brick home is ideally positioned in a family friendly neighbourhood close to parks, shops and transport. Light-filled bedrooms, open-plan living areas, entertaining deck and large garden combine to make an appealing home. Comprises spacious Living/ Dining, Study nook, tidy Kitchen with Miele appliances, 3 double Bedrooms, (2 x BIRs), pristine Bathroom (sep WC) and large Laundry. Features include polished boards, ducted heating, airconditioning, security alarm, carport and garage/workshop. A wonderful opportunity in this soughtafter locale.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 11.00am Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 10-10.45am 16.4m x 42.6m (54â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 139â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx. Talia Tomaino 0409 138 474 Damien Davis 0409 961 264 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


10 Madang Avenue - BALWYN Striking a stylish contemporary pose in a family-focused cul-de-sac near Mont Albert Primary School, this stunning home offers luxurious living/entertaining amidst easily-managed garden surrounds. Sizeable rooms attired in rich European Oak enjoy luxuriant views, some to distant Dandenong Ranges whilst OP Smeg/stone Kitchen/Living areas open to night-lit deck. Includes: grand Entrance, elegant Living/Dining, 4 large Bedrooms (main/WIRs/ensuite), Study, central bathroom, powder room, storage, heating/cooling/security, 7000lt water tanks, double remote garage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 10am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm 735 sq. metres (7,911 sq.ft.) approx. Robert Ding 0418 858 393 Daniel Bradd 0411 347 511 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


31 Narrak Road - BALWYN Standing on one of Melbourne´s highest points near the Beckett Park tower, this well-presented 1950s home is an exceptional prospect in an exceedingly convenient family location near Whitehorse Rd shops and trams. Affording immediate comfort in the Balwyn High School zone, take full advantage of the 650 sq. metre allotment (approx.) to renovate/extend or build a stunning new residence (STCA) with potential for city views. Includes 3 double Bedrooms, BIRs, OFPs, Living and Diningrooms, Familyroom, central bathroom, Kitchen with dishwasher, ducted heating, OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 12noon Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday 2-2.30pm 15.2m x 39.62m (50´ x 130´) approx. Daniel Bradd 0411 347 511 Robert Ding 0418 858 393 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


51 Balwyn Road - BALWYN Set back with a stately presence on substantial land, this handsome home represents almost 50 years of faithful service to just one family. Solid bones bearing gracious proportions provide comfort and potential to further revitalize in a convenient pocket close to quality schools, 109 tram, Balwyn Village and Maling Rd. Includes: Porch to Foyer, generous fireside Living, grand Dining, 4 excellent Bedrooms (BIRs), Study/Sitting (OFP), upper Teen Rumpus and spacious OP timber Kitchen/Living. Includes: 2 bathrooms, heating, remote garage/ample OSP, workshop.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 2pm Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 12-12.30pm 23.3m x 43.7m (76´4" x 143´6") approx. Robert Ding 0418 858 393 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


1 & 2/11 Houghton Street - BALWYN NORTH An exceptionally rare opportunity in sought after Balwyn High School zone surrounds! Approx 912 sq. metres of prime land on 2 separate titles but offered as 1! This renovated 1940´s residence and fully self contained villa unit present exciting possibilities for owner occupier/ investor living or even redevelopment (STCA) close to transport and popular parkland. Principle 3 Bedroom residence enjoys comfortable Formal Living (OFP) and Dining, Study, open plan Informal Living/ Dining (OFP), St George Kitchen. Immaculate 2 Bedroom (BIRs) villa includes 2 Living zones, Blanco Kitchen. Single roller garage, carport, ample OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 3pm Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 12-12.30pm 912 sq. metres (9,817 sq. ft) approx Steve Burke 0448 331 653 Jessica Crea 0410 509 029 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


29 Frank Street - BALWYN NORTH One of the area´s largest land holdings of 1860 sq. metres (approx.) is the exceptional site for this immaculately presented residence with northerly rear offering a rare opportunity opposite parkland in the Balwyn High School zone. Renovate/extend the existing architect-designed home or build a luxury domain with tennis court, pool and potential ranges views (STCA). Includes 6 Bedrooms (ensuite), Study, Livingroom to north-facing deck, Diningroom, Kitchen, sun filled Familyroom, shower and bathrooms, ducted heating, air-conditioning, cellar, double carport.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 11am Thursday & Saturday 12.45-1.15pm 1,860sq. metres (20,032 sq ft) approx. Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


2 Gleeson Avenue - CAMBERWELL In a location renowned for access to parklands, bike trails and schools, this renovated two-storey family home offers generous accommodation, a light-filled extension and an inviting solar heated swimming pool surrounded by landscaped gardens and deck. Enjoying north-facing Formal Livingroom (OFP), modern Kitchen and expansive casual Living/Dining featuring huge picture windows and bi-fold doors to the deck and pool. 4 spacious Bedrooms include main with ensuite/WIRs, Retreat/Study and 2 family Bathrooms. Easy access to Riversdale/Toorak Road trams and shops.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 11.00am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 12-12.45pm Irreg 628 sqm (6,780sqf) approx Charles Boyd 0402 275 485 Steven Abbott 0407 324 240 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


42 Canterbury Road - CAMBERWELL Late Victorian splendor meets an easy-care contemporary lifestyle behind the high-walled garden of this superb c1895 home positioned near select schools, Junction and tram. A secure gated Intercom and remote 2 car OSP are perfect complements to grand Vestibule Entrance, stately Sitting/Study (OFP), 3 double Bedrooms (BIRs, 2/OFPs), generous formal Living/Dining (OFP) and modern Euro/ granite Kitchen/Living with peaceful outlooks to luxuriant paved garden setting. Includes: spacious bathroom, powder room, heating, air-conditioner, security.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 1pm Thursday & Saturday 12-12.30pm 15.1m x 44.6m (49.5´ x 146.3´) approx. Peter Smith 0417 303 870 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


55 Broadway - CAMBERWELL A magnificent outlook opposite historic Reid Gardens provides prized lifestyle inspiration with this superb Victorian villa c1888 gracing a fine corner position in the Tara Estate. A delightful north-facing rear garden and Chelsea Flower Show medallist Jim Fogarty-designed front garden create a perfectly lush family setting near premier schools, Camberwell Junction and trains. Includes 4 Bedrooms (BIRs, or 3 and Study/Playroom), 2 bathrooms, elegant Sittingroom, 4 marble OFPs, Familyroom with Dining area, Blanco/Bosch Kitchen, large subfloor cellar, ornate ceilings, rear OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 1st May at 12noon Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 11.30am 13.5 m x 36.5m (44.2â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 120â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx. Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


174 Mont Albert Road - CANTERBURY In a prestigious Golden Mile setting, an elegant, contemporary residence, impressively designed to meet high expectations. Generous proportions and impeccably finished, a free flowing floorplan offers Living (outdoor terrace), Dining with smeg appointed gourmet Kitchen (WIP) opening to magnificent entertaining courtyard. 2 upstairs Bedrooms with BIRs plus Master Suite (WIR/ensuite/Sitting) surround Teen Retreat, 1 downstairs Bedroom with ensuite. CBUS wiring, double garage and OSP via remote gates.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 10am Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday 2.30-3pm Irreg 460 sq. metres (4,951 sq. ft) approx. Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


55 The Ridge - CANTERBURY Rarely has fine craftsmanship and luxurious appointment come together with such seamless perfection as in this extraordinary executive home set amidst lush garden milieu. Befitting its privileged location near select schools, this breathtaking abode highlights generous expanses of formal/casual zones, sumptuous family/guest accommodation, Teen area and stunning night-lit poolside terraces. With 5 marble ensuite Bedrooms, Study, lavish Miele/marble Kitchen (Butlers Pantry), trio of casual areas, deluxe Smeg/marble al fresco Kitchen and every lifestyle luxury.

Auction Inspect Land Contact

Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 2pm Thurs 1.30-2pm & 5.30-6pm, Sat 4-4.30pm 725 sq. metres (7,803 sq ft) approx. Daniel Bradd 0411 347 511 Richard James 0408 751 189 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


104 Powlett Street - EAST MELBOURNE First time offered in 51 years, this majestic, sympathetically updated terrace´s refined formal Living and Dining rooms precede a central Kitchen featuring Huon Pine bench-tops and a charming Dining/Sitting domain. 3 upstairs Bedrooms, bright bathroom and sauna complement an evocative Living-room or huge 4th Bedroom with windows onto the balcony. Huge basement studio offers tempting scope for conversion to extra Living and/or accommodation, STCA. Marble OFPs, ducted heating. Superb cellar/ storage. Courtyard with wide ROW and OSP in East Melbourne´s best address.

Expressions of Interest by 5th May at 5pm Inspect By appointment only Land 6.1m x 35.4m (20’ x 116’) approx. Contact Diana Healy 0418 314 433 Richard James 0408 751 189 Office 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 Visit jelliscraig.com.au


28 Walerna Road - GLEN IRIS This meticulously maintained 1930´s home is situated in a highly sought after family focused location within easy reach of transport, leading schools, parklands and popular shopping precincts. Extended to provide an exceptional family environment, light-filled interiors include handsome Formal Sitting (OFP) and Dining rooms, granite Kitchen and casual Family and Dining domain extending to a covered entertaining deck and beautiful cottage gardens. 4 inviting Bedrooms include main downstairs with ensuite/WIRs and an upstairs children´s zone with Rumpus. Home office/Studio.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 11.00am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 12.45-1.30pm 15.24m x 42.06m (50’ xs 138’) approx Damien Davis 0409 961 264 Talia Tomaino 0409 138 474 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


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31A Erica Avenue - MALVERN/GLEN IRIS Complimented by its corner site position this inviting 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom solid brick Californian Bungalow offers both Martin Crescent and Erica Avenue frontage plus easy access to leading schools and Central Park. Great spaces include generous formal living room / study and formal dining richly endowed with period detail. A more modern mood defines north-facing living/dining and an open-plan kitchen. Alarm, ducted heating, A/C units throughout and OSP further define an outstanding family opportunity, easily updated when ready, yet also offering new home site or dual unit options (STCA), if so desired.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 12noon Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 11.30am-12.15pm 15.13m x 36.35m (50â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 120â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx Adam Cashmore 0407 077 113 Damien Davis 0409 961 264 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


43 Summerhill Road - GLEN IRIS Intelligently renovated for family enjoyment, this beautiful Art Deco home is surrounded by tranquil cottage gardens and retains all the charm of the era with delicate leadlight, decorative ceilings and original timberwork throughout. Beautiful Formal Sitting and Dining rooms feature open fireplaces and precede a modern granite Kitchen adjacent casual Living and Dining spaces that extend to a covered verandah. 3 Bedrooms (2 x BIRs) plus Study, 2 renovated bathrooms, main with spa. Adaptable Studio/ Home Office. Euro laundry, heating/cooling, shed and carport.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 1.00pm Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm 15.24m x 45.51m (50â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 149â&#x20AC;&#x2122;.3") approx. Laleh Mohmedi 0424 427 317 Paul Williamson 0418 509 472 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


15 Grattan Street - HAWTHORN An evocative garden entrance revealing rare heritage character reflects a remarkable Hawthorn opening. This charming Gothic Revival residence in the prestigious Riverside precinct is one of only three of its kind built pre-1855 that exists today. This significant 3 Bedroom and Study/4th Bedroom plus Nursery residence graces a northerly rear garden allotment that originally extended down to the Yarra. The understated period interior offers complete comfort and a unique opportunity to sympathetically renovate near private schools, parkland, Victoria Gardens shopping and transport.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 1st May at 1pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 12.30pm 1,021 sq. metres (10,990 sq. ft.) approx. Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


19 Callantina Road - HAWTHORN ´The Briars´ c1890 represents a rare opening in a prestigious Scotch Hill pocket opposite Scotch College the likes of which may not be repeated for decades to come. A diamond in the rough that yearns to be restored to its former glory, the magnificent façade of this 7-room Victorian residence reflects the refinement of a bygone era with its bay windows, verandah and slate roof. A substantial 1,050 sq. metre allotment (approx.) with north rear and ROW provides abundant space to renovate/ extend (STCA) within a short stroll to the Yarra, Glenferrie Road trams and Kooyong Tennis Club.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 12noon Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 4-4.30pm 21.9m x 48.2m (72´ x 158´) approx. Steve Burke 0448 331 653 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


104 Harcourt Street - HAWTHORN EAST The elite environs of the Harcourt Estate are perfect for a refined family lifestyle that is fully appreciated from this Victorian-style residence. This modern balcony home blends contemporary elegance and stylish sophistication a short walk to Auburn Primary, private schools, park, trams and shops. Boasts 4 Bedrooms (spa ensuite), Study, Lounge, Dining, Gamesroom (bar), Living/Home Theatre, Family/Meals to alfresco area, gourmet Kitchen, 2 bathrooms, powder room, self-cleaning pool/spa, double carport.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 3pm Thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday 4.30-5pm 15m x 46m (49.4â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 154â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx. Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


159 Victoria Road - HAWTHORN EAST One of the most impressive homes in the area, this magnificent Victorian merges classic grandeur, dramatic dimensions and luxurious contemporary comfort. Only metres to Burke Rd tram and Junction, this sensational home features glorious character through 4 huge Bedrooms (main/deluxe ensuite/ adjoining Home-Office), stately Dining, Miele/stone Kitchen (WI larder) and stunning OP areas unfolding to picturesque gazebo with views to superb salt/solar pool and lush garden sanctuary. Includes: Huge Teen Living, 2 further bathrooms, storage, 2 OFPs, double carport.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 3pm Thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Thursday 6-6.30pm Saturday 11-11.30am 24m x 46.4m (78.9´ x 152.3´) approx. Maurice Di Marzio 0419 182 276 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


13 Dunlop Avenue - KEW A shining 1950s vision of sublime family living sympathetically updated in a Studley Park cul-de-sac; this outstanding 3 Bedroom residence has featured in house/lifestyle magazines highlighting retro appeal and superb views. Set behind sunny garden, this Marcus & Alison Norris architects home is located near private schools, Kew Junction and parks. Offers gallery entry to terrace with auto awning, balconies, Livingroom with gas log heater, brilliant Kitchen with s/steel appliances, Diningroom, multi-purpose room, bath/shower/powder rooms, cellar, auto DLUG.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 3pm Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 1.30-2pm 6,686 sq. ft approx. Nick Elmore 0438 599 938 Tom Aylward 0408 548 551 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


149 Wellington Street - KEW Highlighting a passion for indoor/outdoor living, this stunning home features Jim Fogarty designed al fresco areas that take resort-style entertaining to stylish new levels. The striking waterfall pool and night-lit deck boasts sunken dining area, Kitchen/bar and shower/WC providing an unforgettable tropical-inspired backdrop. This inspiring home features stylish formal Living and Dining, OP Living (Euro/stone Kitchen) to north deck, 5 Bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIRs/ensuite), upper Teen Living, 6,000 litre water tank, double OSP with auto gates.

Auction Inspect Contact C/Agent Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 11am Wednesday & Saturday 2-2.30pm Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 Gowan Stubbings (Kay & Burton) 0412 269 999 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


16 Lower Drive - KEW A northern ranges panorama is enjoyed from the sophisticated architect-designed spaces of this stunning contemporary residence set amidst native garden on a prime corner allotment. Superbly zoned and appointed for outstanding, low-maintenance living and entertaining close to private schools, golf courses and Kew Junction. Affords 4 robed Bedrooms (downstairs main - ensuite), upstairs Lounge, bath/powder rooms, Livingroom (Jetmaster), Family/Meals, cellar, huge Miele Kitchen, BBQ terrace overlooking garden, Miele laundry, raintank/irrigation, auto DLUG. Long driveway to easily accommodate up to 8 cars.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 1pm Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm 751 sq. metres (8,083sq. ft) approx Patrick Dennis 0409 321 159 Jenny Gillies 0419 008 512 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


27A Rockingham Street - KEW An elegant context for contemporary executive living! Luxuriously appointed over two levels, this town residence enjoys a sought after position close to comprehensive shopping, transport and leading independent schools. Refined Sitting with north facing terrace precedes open plan Informal Living/ Dining (gas OFP), stone/ ILVE gourmet Kitchen (WIP) opening to alfresco courtyard with built in BBQ. Upstairs, 3 Bedrooms (x1BIR, x1 WIR), Master Suite with ensuite/ fitted WIR. 2 bathrooms, water storage, 12000lt UG, remote double garage. 5 star rated.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 12.30pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm Irreg 397 sq. metres (4,273 sq. ft) approx. Nick Elmore 0438 599 938 Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


3/10 Walmer Street - KEW A north-facing rear entertainers´ courtyard garden provides an idyllic backdrop to this stunning townhouse nestled in a boutique complex only 100m to the Yarra River in a highly-coveted Studley Park pocket. Impeccably renovated displaying consummate contemporary elegance and style, this sophisticated and secure home just metres to Victoria Gardens, trams and trails offers 3 Bedrooms (robes, main ensuite & deck), Study, sumptuous powder room, contemporary bathroom, Livingroom, Dining, granite Kitchen, cellaring, huge storeroom, heating/cooling, remote DLUG.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 11am Thursday 2.30-3pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 Brian Colivet 0405 708 931 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


13 Knox Street - MALVERN EAST Timeless design principles, streaming natural light and a fluid floor plan seamlessly merge the appealing indoor-outdoor spaces of this striking contemporary home, situated in a peaceful cul-de-sac nestled between Malvern East´s most attractive gardens; Hedgeley Dene and Central Park. Delivering expansive Formal Living and Dining (OFP), granite Kitchen and casual Family/ Meals extending to an outdoor entertaining area and swimming pool. 4 generous Bedrooms plus Study include luxurious main with sleek ensuite and WIRs. 3 bathrooms, alarm, cellar and double garage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 1st May at 1.00pm Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 12.30pm 15.2m x 40.2m (50´ x 132´) approx. Adam Cashmore 0407 077 113 Steven Abbott 0407 324 240 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


19 Sydenham Lane - SURREY HILLS A unique lifestyle opportunity with dual Canterbury Road and Sydenham Lane frontages, this exceptional 639 sq. metre property (approx.) on one title consists of separate historic showroom/office plus beautiful 4 Bedroom, 2 bathroom modern residence in a quiet garden and swimming pool setting. Exciting options are presented including owner-occupy and business operation, investment/leasing, combine for residential use and more. The home offers elegant Sitting and Dining, Familyroom, impressive Kitchen/Meals to covered deck, auto DLUG. Near schools and trains.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 11am Thursday & Saturday 12-12.30pm Irreg 639 sq. metres (6,878 sq. ft) approx Nick Smith 0425 755 238 Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


207 Mont Albert Road - SURREY HILLS The distinctive SB Mock Tudor façade is elegant introduction to "Phoenix", a perfectly restored and renovated 1930´s home where rich timber features and warm character offer exquisite ambience through well-zoned family layout. Handy to schools, tram, train and shops, this superb home features Gothic-style Entrance, fireside Living and Dining rooms, 4 large robed Bedrooms, 5th Bedroom/ spacious Study, stylish Kitchen and OP Living to lushly surrounded north garden terrace. Includes: 2 Italian marble/Villeroy & Boch bathrooms, powder room, heating/cooling, 2 OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 1st May at 3.30pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 3pm 15.2m x 42.7m (49.9´ x 140.1´) approx. Tim Picken 0419 305 802 Monica Rezk 0413 596 342 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


15 St James Road - ARMADALE Meticulously built and thoughtfully designed, this brand new three bedroom town residence combines contemporary interiors, innovative exteriors and endless detail with a flexible floorplan. Ground level master bedroom with ensuite, storage, laundry, powder room, open plan kitchen and living space with concertina doors open up to a wrap around north facing courtyard garden with secure remote access for two cars. The first floor offers a second living zone with north and south facing balconies, studio/ home office and two further bedrooms sharing a chic central bathroom. Features include; timber floors, hydronic heating, air-conditioning, security and ducted vacuum. Close to amenity, the home is a modern fusion of intelligent design and homely comfort.

75 Nicholas Street - ASHBURTON Offered for the first time in 20 years, this comfortable family residence featuring 4 bedroom and 2 bathrooms provides an exceptionally functional living environment. Zoned accommodation that places children´s bedrooms in a zone of their own complements bright living and dining areas of classical proportions, a sky-lit central kitchen and additional family-room/meals. Inviting deck leads to large garden spaces with direct ROW to the Anniversary Trail, a lifestyle asset that enhances options for further updating and extending today´s tempting spaces, STCA. Ideally close to Solway Primary School, Alamein train station and Ashburton Village

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 1st May at 11.00am Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 10.30am Robert Macpherson 0420 947 151 Steven Abbott 0407 324 240 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 15th May at 1.00pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 1.15-2pm 15.24m x 45.73m (50’ x 150’) approx Charles Boyd 0402 275 485 Jeff Gole 0419 401 677 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


1 Dempster Avenue - BALWYN NORTH Gracing a wide and deep allotment, this immaculate home has provided a quality environment to just one family for nearly 40 years. Flawless sun-filled spaces, large rooms and family-sized salt/solar pool create irresistible context for future extension/2nd storey with possible horizon views (STCA). In Balwyn High School´s most popular pocket near transport, freeway and shops, this lovely home comprises Entrance, fireside Living, sunny Dining, 3 Bedrooms (BIRs, main/ensuite), Study, modern Kitchen, large Familyroom (A/C) and poolside Bungalow/4th Bedroom, garage/carport.

11 Lansdown Street - BALWYN NORTH Put your family in an outstanding position with Balwyn Primary School, Balwyn High School and Macleay Park at the end of the street and only a short stroll to Doncaster Rd trams and Balwyn North Village. 1st timers/renovators will love the immediate comfort of this light and airy home with new carpets and polished floors through generous Living, Dining, 4 Bedrooms (3/BIRs) and large Kitchen whilst picturesque gardens are idyllic northern backdrop to any future renovation or the luxury new home you´ve been planning (STCA). Includes: 2nd WC, SLUG/OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 12noon Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm 20.1m x 50.3m (66’ x 165’) approx. Robert Ding 0418 858 393 Katherine Ding 0408 858 940 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 8th May at 1.00pm Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday 11-11.30am 16.13m x 40.45m (52’ x 134’) approx. Richard Spratt 0412 493 189 Robert Ding 0418 858 393 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


19 Bellevue Road - BALWYN NORTH A marvelous property in the popular Balwyn High zone, this delightful home offers families light and airy comfort whilst pondering options to further extend on elevated allotment with northern views (STCA). New carpets and fresh paint accentuate light through spacious formal Living/Dining (OFP), 3 Bedrooms (BIRs), plus 1 Study/4th Bedroom), sunny Kitchen/Family overlooking garden to distant ranges (double carport/ample OSP). Includes: heating, under-house storage and easy access to schools, parks, shops, tram, bus and freeway.

2 Kosciusko Road - BALWYN NORTH This substantial north facing corner allotment of 777sq metres (approx), offers rich rewards in a remarkable lifestyle location. With sweeping Koonung Creek Reserve views and positioned on the corner of Hill Rd, the site presents an irresistible opportunity for those looking to build a luxury new home or 2 new townhouses within the revered Balwyn High School zone. Within close proximity to Eastlink, a variety of schools, recreational grounds, Doncaster Rd tram, bus, Bellevue Village restaurants, Westfield shopping town and bike/walking trails.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 1st May at 12noon Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 11.30am 15.2m x 42.56m (50â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 140â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx. William Chen 0438 383 336 Richard James 0408 751 189 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 15th May at 10.30am Thursday 3-3.30pm & Saturday 2.15-2.45pm Irreg 777sq. metres (8,363 sq. ft) approx. Robert Ding 0418 858 393 Katherine Ding 0408 858 940 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


28 Duggan Street - BALWYN NORTH With a handsome presence on large allotment, this substantial home accommodates every stage of family life with ease. Quietly positioned in the Balwyn High zone only metres to Greythorn Park, this sun-filled home caters for a relaxed lifestyle with spacious Living zones and 6 good-sized Bedrooms amidst family-sized salt/solar pool/spa and private gardens. Includes: generous formal/informal Living areas, stylish Kitchen, upstairs Living area, huge Teen Rumpus/double garage extending to poolside terraces, 2 bathrooms plus poolside 3rd WC, double carport.

3/33 Greythorn Road - BALWYN NORTH Secure and secluded affording absolute peace of mind, this attractive rear townhouse presents a classical profile concealing a light-filled interior of elegance, style and fine quality. Distant ranges views and a private north-facing entertainers´ garden enhance this superb low-maintenance home near Trentwood Village, parks, transport, schools and EastLink. Includes alarm, auto gate entry, 3 robed Bedrooms (ensuite), Study, Livingroom, Family/Meals, upstairs Living area, granite European Kitchen, bath/powder rooms, central heating, a/c, vacuum, auto DLUG.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 2pm Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 12.45-1.15pm 16.7m x 52.3m (55’ x 171’) approx. Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 Seamus O’Brien 0414 477 488 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 1pm Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday 3.30-4pm Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


39 Singleton Road - BALWYN NORTH The impressive street presence of this grand contemporary home emphatically confirms its internal charisma where imported light fittings and lavish soft furnishings embellish a spacious, yet intimate layout. Balwyn High School zoning complements nearby Reserves, bus and shops creating a sensational family milieu. With grand Entrance, graceful Living, Dining, modern Kitchen/Meals and Familyroom, 4 Bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIRs/ensuite), Study/5th Bedroom, upper Retreat, heating/cooling, double remote garage and spacious private garden backdrop.

35 Grandview Road - BOX HILL SOUTH Located in a very appealing tree-lined street, this charming 3 bedroom 1950´s timber home offers an exciting lifestyle on a large family allotment or exciting scope to capitalise on potential grand views to the ranges. Nestled on an 835 sq. metre allotment (approx.), an easy walk to Kingswood College, Wattle Park, shops and trams. Offers 3 bedrooms (BIRs), ducted heating, livingroom, air-con, lounge/ dining to covered deck, stunning kitchen with European appliances, bathroom, lovely garden, underhouse water storage, auto DLUG.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 1st May at 1pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 12.30pm 18.9m x 38.60m (62’ x 126’) approx. William Chen 0438 383 336 Richard James 0408 751 189 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 8th May at 10am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 11-11.30am 18.2m x 45.7m (60´ x 150´) approx. Steve Burke 0448 331 653 Jessica Crea 0410 509 029 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


19A Lodge Road - CAMBERWELL

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 10am Wednesday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 3.15-3.45pm 260sq. metres (2,799sq. ft) approx Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

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A tranquil rear position with a majestic treed backdrop creates a country manor-like setting for this classically-inspired town residence freestanding on a compact landscaped allotment. Beautifully presented throughout an elegant interior with delightful garden aspects, this refined home is ideally situated near Hartwell station, shops, schools and parkland. Affords 3 robed Bedrooms (luxury ensuite), Study, north-facing Livingroom, Diningroom, quality-appointed Kitchen, bath and powder rooms, zoned heating/cooling, alarm, vacuum, sunny alfresco area, auto garage.

26 Gowar Avenue - CAMBERWELL The temptation to renovate or replace this 1920´s cottage is further intensified by its wonderful familyfocused location in a low-traffic avenue near trains, Riversdale Rd tram, Middle Camberwell shops, schools and Frog Hollow Reserve. Adorned with lovely leadlights and decorative ceilings, this comfortable home also features modernized Kitchen and generous garden ideal for contemporary additions (STCA). Includes: 2 large Bedrooms (BIRs), formal Living and separate Dining both with leadlight deep-silled windows, front and rear Sunrooms, heating, OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 12noon Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 12-12.30pm 15.8m x 45.7m (52´ x 150´) approx. Peter Batrouney 0419 005 236 Campbell Ward 0402 124 939 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


3 Orrong Crescent - CAMBERWELL On a magnificent corner allotment superbly positioned in the ’Golf Links Estate’, this triple fronted 1930´s brick home offers exciting possibilities for contemporary revival or re-development, STCA. Warm and inviting interiors include Formal Sittingroom (OFP), Formal Diningroom, Informal Livingroom (OFP) with adjoining Study and spacious Kitchen/Meals. 3 Bedrooms, main with ensuite and BIRs. Attic storage, garage.

468 Camberwell Road - CAMBERWELL The thorough renovation of this 1928 Californian Bungalow retains the timeless appeal of the era whilst providing generous family accommodation conveniently close to leading schools, Camberwell Junction and Rivoli Cinema. Beautifully presented interiors of impressive dimensions include Formal Lounge, OFP, Formal Dining, OFP, central granite Kitchen and Family room extending to landscaped garden and paved entertaining area. 3 Bedrooms are served by a modern bathroom, laundry and sep WC. Features ducted A/C & heating, polished Baltic pine floors and 2 x OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 1st May at 10am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 9.30am 24.4m x 31.7m (80’ x 104’) approx. Sam Macaluso 0416 028 835 Paul Williamson 0418 509 472 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 1st May at 11.00am Thursday 2.15-2.45pm & Saturday 10.30-11am 15.2m x 36.6m (50’ x 120’) approx. Talia Tomaino 0409 138 474 Damien Davis 0409 961 264 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


79 Athelstan Road - CAMBERWELL Just one family has enjoyed the fantastic indoor/outdoor entertaining lifestyle offered by this handsome Leo De Jong designed home since it was built over 25 years ago. Set on hedged corner opposite Bowen Gardens, its generous flowing living zones extend to leafy poolside terraces providing privacy and lush backdrop to formal Living (OFP), Dining, big OP Bosch Kitchen/Living and Familyroom, 4 upper Bedrooms (BIRs, main/ensuite), Study/5th Bedroom, upper Living, spa-bathroom, powder room, salt/solar pool, storage, heating/cooling, auto-gates/double carport.

35 Charles Street - GLEN IRIS A family setting of exemplary quality and elegant contemporary style just minutes to schools. This 2 year old single level residence presents a substantial, free flowing floorplan surrounded by water wise plantings that enhance 2 alfresco entertaining zones, one with built in BBQ. Spacious Formal Living, Study, open plan Living/ Dining with granite/Euro appointed Kitchen, Rumpus (Bar). 4 Bedrooms (BIRs), tranquil Master Suite with Sitting, WIR, stone ensuite. Excellent storage, water tank, remote 4 car garage, OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 1st May at 12noon Wednesday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 11.30am 17.7m x 43.9m (58’ x 144’) approx. Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 1st May at 2pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 1.30pm 15.13m x 43.2m (50’x145’) approx Sam Macaluso 0416 028 835 Steve Burke 0448 331 653 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


59 Great Valley Road - GLEN IRIS Never before offered, this mid 1950s 3 bedroom home was one of the first built in a serene cul-de-sac setting close to Ferndale Park. First class original quality is conveyed throughout an inviting interior featuring generous living and bright kitchen/meals areas. Separate studio/study/home office with its own bathroom overlooks landscaped north-facing rear gardens, terraced to include in ground solar heated pool and conservatory pavilion. Double garage, great storage. Significant scope to update/ extend or pursue new home site possibilities, STCA.

3 Paterson Street - HAWTHORN The blue chip convenience of this charming 1930s home provides easy access to Glenferrie Road, Swinburne University, Central Gardens and trams. Perfectly preserved Art Deco character merges with modern enhancements in a fresh, superbly-proportioned interior complemented by sunny rear garden and abundant OSP. Completely comfortable with exciting renovation prospects; offers 3 double Bedrooms, bright Livingroom, ´country´ Kitchen/Meals, central bathroom, laundry, versatile storeroom/ Study, ducted heating, OFP, ornate ceilings, hardwood floors and garage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 12noon Thursday 2.15-2.45pm & Saturday 12-12.30pm 15.2 x 40.5 (50’ x 133’) approx. Brad Cooper 0418 344 733 Mark Lawson 0414 777 877 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 1st May at 1pm Thursday 1.45-2.15pm & Saturday from 12.30pm 400sq. metres (4,305sq. ft) approx. Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


12 Carlyle Street - HAWTHORN EAST Impressive in size and style, this lovely block-fronted Victorian home is further complemented by highlysought Harcourt precinct location close to schools, Auburn train and Burke Rd tram. Ideally zoned for family harmony, there are 3 large Bedrooms on ground level whilst Parent´s Retreat (BIRs/ensuite) and Study-nook on upper level. Comprises: stylish granite Kitchen (WI larder) and OP Living featuring trio of French doors to extensive entertainment deck and unexpectedly generous gardens (cubby/studio). Includes: huge bathroom (Euro laundry), 2 OFPs Tenanted until 30th November 2010.

22 Campbell Street - KEW Designed to exceed contemporary family expectations with well-zoned space and easy-care garden surrounds, elegant "Armavegan" delivers tremendous appeal in a prime pocket with Victoria Park at the end of the street and near schools, shops, tram and bus. Enjoyed for over 15 years by the original owner/builder, this lovely home features fireside Living/Dining and expansive casual areas (Games area) to pretty garden deck, 3 large Bedrooms (main/WIRs/ensuite), 4th Bedroom/Study, immaculate Kitchen/Meals, 2nd bathroom, heating/cooling, double remote garage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 1pm Wednesday 12.30-1pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm 12.2m x 32.9m (40’ x 108’) approx. Maurice Di Marzio 0419 182 276 Lewien Gallus 0418 343 908 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 1st May at 2pm Thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday from 1.30pm 15.24m x 42.67m (50’ x 140’) approx. Diana Healy 0418 314 433 Richard James 0408 751 189 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


5 Burne Court - KEW Prestigiously positioned only metres from Xavier College in an exclusive cul-de-sac, a rare opportunity featuring a 795sq. metre allotment (approx.) on the preferred northern side of the court is presented with this comfortable 1950s brick home. Build the home of your dreams on this remarkable site (STCA) and indulge in a luxurious contemporary family lifestyle near Glenferrie Road, parks and trams. Offers 3 Bedrooms or 2 and Loungeroom, Living and Dining, Kitchen and Meals, central bathroom, powder room, laundry, ducted heating, sunny gardens, garage.

7/312 Barkers Road - HAWTHORN This impressive ´ELPHIN MEWS townhouse is set back from the street and accessed from Elphin Grove. Huge living/dining domain and similarly spacious additional living/meals areas surround a well designed central kitchen. Main bedroom accompanied by roof-top retreat, BIRs and en suite sets a high standard for 2 additional bedrooms, spa bathroom and downstairs separate study. Central heating, ducted vacuum, secure garage and extra OSP on title confirm comfort and convenience in a tightly held, primarily owner occupied development.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 1st May at 12noon Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday from 11.30am Irreg. 795 sq. metres (8,557 sq. ft.) approx. Greg Toogood 0418 385 440 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 15th May at 2.00pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1-1.45pm Robert Macpherson 0420 947 151 Jeff Gole 0419 401 677 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


18 Tower Street - SURREY HILLS Set in this beautiful tree lined location, this delightful 1960´s home has been lovingly maintained and is perfectly poised for its next exciting chapter. Set on a tree-lined Windsor Estate street, walking distance to 2 stations, bus, Mont Albert Village and schools, this welcoming home offers an exceptional start for a young family or new home site where a 2nd storey could make the most of Dandenong Ranges views (STCA). Features: 3 Bedrooms (BIRs), elegant Living, Dining, immaculate Kitchen/Meals and elevated deck with mountain-tops visible over captivating gardens. Heating/cooling, double remote garage/OSP.

2A Warwick Court - SURREY HILLS Peacefully positioned in a private leafy cul-de-sac, this stylish townhouse offers light, space and family flexibility only minutes walk to Surrey Hills train, cafes and with easy access to tram, parks and schools. Designed with a low-maintenance focus, this lovely homes relaxed OP layout unfolds to sunny deck and lush spa-terrace for stylish entertaining. Includes: 3 large upper Bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIRs/ensuite) with adjoining Study/Retreat, ground floor 4th Bedroom/Study/Teen Living, quality stone Kitchen/ Living, 2nd bathroom, powder room, heating/cooling, OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 10.00am Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 1.15-1.45pm 15.24m x 39.6m (50’ x 130’) approx. Richard Spratt 0412 493 189 Daniel Bradd 0411 347 511 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 8th May at 12noon Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm 257 sq metres approx. Richard Spratt 0412 493 189 Daniel Bradd 0411 347 511 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


2/59 Talbot Avenue - BALWYN

4/8-10 Kalimna Street - BALWYN

The quality is clear, the comfort complete and the convenience beyond compare with this elegant 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom single-storey townhouse set peacefully to the rear (1 of only 2) just footsteps from wonderful Whitehorse Road amenities. Includes Livingroom, Diningroom, sunny Meals area, fully-appointed Kitchen, ducted heating, a/c, northerly courtyard garden, auto DLUG.

A brilliant sense of light and space complements the private and peaceful ambience of this stylishly renovated 2 Bedroom rear townhouse opening to an alfresco area and wonderful garden. Walk to a Balwyn Cinema matinee, cafés, parkland and trams from this bright and airy home or blue chip investment that´s ready for immediate relaxation and indoor/outdoor entertaining.

Saturday 8th May at 1pm Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 10.45-11.15am Julian Tonkin 0419 341 341, Richard Earle 0418 564 168 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 1pm Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday 10-10.30am Julian Tonkin 0419 341 341, Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au

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Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

1302 Toorak Road - CAMBERWELL

1 Gleeson Avenue - CAMBERWELL

A classic design from1941, this 3 Bedroom home´s corner allotment features north-facing aspects and substantial frontage to Albermarle Court. These attributes offer significant scope for multi unit re-development, renovation or new home site possibilities, STCA.

This exceptional 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom family residence´s large living and dining dimensions, superb smeg kitchen and outdoor entertaining pavilion enjoy northerly rear aspects. Work from home flexibility plus generous upstairs retreat and study space. Heating, cooling, ducted vacuum, cellar, huge storage and double garage. Auction Saturday 1st May at 11.00am Inspect Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday from 10.30am Land Irreg 617.5sq m (6,644.3sqft) approx. Contact Sam Macaluso 0416 028 835, Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 Office 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 Visit jelliscraig.com.au

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 10.30am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 11.15-11.45am Campbell Ward 0402 124 939, Peter Batrouney 0419 005 236 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


2/3 Glyndon Road - CAMBERWELL

2/6 Glencairn Avenue - CAMBERWELL

Defined by stylish renovated interiors and two inviting courtyard gardens, this superbly positioned townhouse offers ideal low-maintenance appeal close to middle Camberwell shops, tram, train, schools and parklands. 2 Bedrooms, BIRs, expansive Living and Dining domain extending to northern courtyard, modern Kitchen, CaesarStone bathroom, sep WC, heating/cooling and carport.

This bright, impressively appointed townhouse enjoys convenient proximity to Hartwell village. 1 of only 3, generous Living leads to spacious Dining, adjoining Kitchen and north-facing courtyard. Main Bedroom with en suite, second double Bedroom and central bathroom complete a smart floor-plan, further enhanced by ducted vacuum, heating, cooling and security. Double garage.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 15th May at 11am Thursday & Saturday 11-11.30am Jenny Gillies 0419 008 512, Richard James 0408 751 189 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 1pm Thursday 2.15-2.45pm & Saturday 4-4.30pm Peter Vigano 0407 301 224, Brian Colivet 0405 708 931 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

21 Boland Street - RICHMOND

6 Montana Street - GLEN IRIS

A corner position and a northern rear aspect add to the outstanding potential of this 2 bedroom period cottage with strong appeal for first time Richmond buyers or investors near Victoria Gardens and trams to the CBD. Northern living and dining wing opening to a sheltered garden and side covered entertaining area and functional kitchen. An affordable inner-city opportunity in a central address. Private Sale Estimate $830,000 Inspect By Appointment Contact Jerry Aquino 0413 737 778 Office 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 Visit jelliscraig.com.au

Rich in deco detail, graced with potential to extend, STCA, this classically comfortable 3 bedroom home is a mansion in waiting, set to supply certain family success adjacent to Summerhill Park. Evocative spaces, iconic original kitchen, charming terraces and north-westerly rear garden promise a fabulous future. Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 1st May at 12noon Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 11.30am 16.7m x 42.6m (55’ x 140’) approx. Kevin O’Brien 0447 008 000, Steven Abbott 0407 324 240 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


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Poised to perfection in a tranquil avenue metres to Eglinton Reserve, this stylish architect-designed 3 Bedroom/2 bathroom townhouse provides space and quality as outstanding features for a fabulous low-maintenance lifestyle near Kew Junction. Includes: formal and casual Living areas, sunny courtyard, Euro Kitchen, powder room, heating/cooling/security, double remote garage. Auction Saturday 1st May at 12noon Inspect Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 11.30am Land 202.8 sq. metres (2,183 sq. ft.) approx. Contact Maurice Di Marzio 0419 182 276, Lewien Gallus 0418 343 908 Office 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 Visit jelliscraig.com.au

Relax and enjoy the elegantly-proportioned spaces, fine appointments and security of this superb 3 Bedroom freestanding residence delivering a highlydesirable low-maintenance lifestyle on a compact allotment. Short stroll to Harp Village shops, trams and expansive Victoria Park. Includes private courtyard, alarm, remote DLUG. Auction Saturday 8th May at 2pm Inspect Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm Land Irreg. 253sq. metres (2,723sq. ft) approx Contact Diana Healy 0418 314 433, Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 Office 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 Visit jelliscraig.com.au

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18 Ellison Street - MALVERN EAST

79 Waverley Road - MALVERN EAST

The smartly renovated spaces of this 1930´,s semi detached clinker residence beautifully captures the tranquillity of its parkside position. Open plan Living/ Dining (OFP), granite Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms (BIRs), Main with OFP, WIR, spa ensuite, family bathroom. Large alfresco entertaining area, ample OSP. Minutes to leading schools, Darling Station. Auction Saturday 15th May at 2pm Estimate 10.3m x 35.5m (365 sq m) approx. Inspect Thursday 5.30-6pm & Saturday 11-11.45am Contact Zali Booker 0422 576 049, Paul Williamson 0418 509 472 Office 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 Visit jelliscraig.com.au

Presenting an ideal entry point to Malvern East with powerful blank canvas potential for sleek renovation or extension, STCA, this solid brick Art Deco oneof-a-pair is positioned on the fringe of The Gascoigne Estate. The flexible floorplan includes 3 Bedrooms, 1 x OFP, full-width Living, original Kitchen and Bathroom. Northerly oriented rear and side garden, garage. Auction Saturday 15th May at 10.00am Inspect Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm Land 9m x 36m (30´ x 120´) approx Contact Adam Cashmore 0407 077 113, Steven Abbott 0407 324 240 Office 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 Visit jelliscraig.com.au


2/705 Malvern Road - TOORAK Fully renovated so that contemporary refinement complements the art deco appeal of a boutique building close to Hawksburn village and Toorak station, this exceptional 2 Bedroom apartment is 1 of only 3. Spacious Living with OFP and separate Dining area are served by large Kitchen featuring stone benches and stainless appliances. Ducted heating Single garage, extra OSP. Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 8th May at 12.30pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1.15-1.45pm Michael Hingston 0412 922 488, Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


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HAWTHORN 42 Berkeley Street Scotch Hill With Tennis Court And Pool Behind this distinctive & elegant facade lies one of the most complete family residences. Sitting on the crest of magnificent tree lined Berkeley Street, & capturing city skyline views, this architect designed home, with stunning established gardens and extensive accommodation, provides one of the most ideal places to raise your family. This substantial home is a momentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s walk to Scotch College, & close to other major schools, local shopping & parklands. Comprising: 5 superb double bedrooms (main with spacious ensuite & dressingroom), study/6th bedroom, private study, 4 bathrooms, 2 powder rooms, elegant formal sitting & dining rooms, enormous light-filled, open plan kitchen/family room with serene garden vistas, cinema/games room, cellar, double garage & an abundance of storage. A rare opportunity in this coveted location.

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Expressions of Interest. Close Mon 17th May 5pm View. Wednesday 1-1.30pm & 6.30-7pm Call. James Scarff 0419 233 377 Jason Scillio 0418 554 115 Office. 226 Toorak Road, South Yarra

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TOORAK 1/83 Grange Road Desirable Location With Cutting Edge Design Brilliant architect designed contemporary residence combines stunning indoor & outdoor living with spectacular panoramic city views close to desirable Toorak Village. Offering roof top terrace, gourmet kitchen/meals, 3 bedrms (main with marble en-suite/WIR/balcony), 4th bedrm/study, sep lndry, storage & dble gge. Auction Saturday 8th May 1pm View Thursday 1-1.30pm & 6-6.30pm

Gary Ormrod 0419 588 331 Peter Kudelka 0418 319 439 226 Toorak Road, South Yarra

TOORAK 11/24 Springfield Avenue Desperately Seeking TLC In Toorak Perfectly located in the heart of Toorak Village is this ground floor 2 bedroom apartment which offers great scope to further improve, full street frontage with private entrance, large L shaped living/dining room opening to North facing courtyard, kitchen with meals and Lock up garage and 2nd osp. Auction Saturday 8th May 11am View Wednesday 11-11.30am

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Anthony Cantor 0412 254 007 Brett Graham 0417 766 777 226 Toorak Road, South Yarra

South Yarra. 9820 1111


www.thepointmornington.com MORNINGTON 'The Point' 61 Kalimna Drive MagniďŹ cent cliff-top Tuscan-inspired mansion, unparalleled in luxury & design commands spectacular bay views. Commitment to excellence is showcased through impressive reception hall, formal rooms, gourmet Gaggenau kitchen, expansive liv/din with 2nd kitchen opening to breathtaking terraces, horizon pool & mod-grass tennis court. Main BR, bathroom/WIR & retreat/gym are complemented by 3 BRs with bathrooms/BIRs, study & home-theatre. Feat 4 garages, carport, heating/cooling, security, auto-gates, water-tanks. Land: 5,337sqm (approx).

Expressions Of Interest Close Monday 3rd May at 5.30pm Inspect

By Appointment Only

Contact

James Redfern 0412 360 667

OfďŹ ce

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

Conj James Crowder 0407 813 377

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MELBOURNE 103/401 St Kilda Road Positioned in the beautiful Domain precinct, this stunning brand new apartment offers the perfect Melbourne position facing Arnold Street, South Yarra with a tree top aspect. A unique oppotunity exsits to live in this modern building with the finest café at your doorstep. Offers exceptionally well designed & proportioned living spaces, including a fabulous chefs kitchen, sweeping balconies & beautiful vistas from every room, 3 fitted bedrooms (all with ensuites), study, laundry room, powderoom & double basement garage.

www.401stkildaroad.com.au Private Sale Inspect

Wednesday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 11-11.30am

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Ève Larosée 0404 866 575 Sean Cussell 0425 787 979

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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TOORAK 45 Bruce Street Stately English-style residence with pool near Toorak Village provides impeccably stylish spaces for family enjoyment plus considerable development potential (STCA). Gracious proportions define sitting room, light-filled living, OFP, European granite kitchen and conservatory dining opening to garden with pool. Main bedroom, ensuite/balcony is complemented by four further bedrooms, BIRs and two bathrooms. Features ducted-heating, air-conditioning, ducted-vacuum, triple-garage, shower-room/toilet, laundry, cellar. Land: 722sqm/7,771sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 3.30pm

Inspect

Wednesday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 4-4.30pm

Contact

Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 Heather Elder 0413 273 079 John Bongiorno 0418 328 056

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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TOORAK 9 Glen Road Glorious solid-brick 1936 family residence seamlessly blends Deco elegance with latest contemporary luxury. Tasmanian oak ďŹ&#x201A;ows through generous sitting room, OFP, formal dining, sensational living/dining with gourmet Ilve kitchen opening to stunning north-facing garden overlooking spectacular solar-heated pool. Main bedroom, WIR/en-suite are accompanied by three further bedrooms, BIRs, bathroom and living/study with powder-room. Features central-heating, zoned air-conditioning, alarm, int/ext audio.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 12.30pm

Inspect

Wednesday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm

Contact

Andrew Hayne 0418 395 349 Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913 Justin Long 0418 537 973

OfďŹ ce

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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TOORAK 7 Power Avenue Family priorities of zoned living areas, & abundant accommodation are superbly satisfied throughout this exceptionally well balanced 5 BR home on 780sqm (approx). Elegant, bright entertaining areas & an extensive light-filled family living/dining & granite kitchen with walk-in pantry all surround an alluring elevated terrace. Sep fitted study + a downstairs recreation room or office opens to a private N.W. garden. 5 bright, large upstairs BRs incl a huge master with balc, dressing rm & ensuite, 4 further BRs, 1 ensuite & sky-lit 3rd bathroom. Double garage.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 2.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 11-11..30am & Saturday 10.30-11am

Contact

Peter Bennison 0412 332 864 Chris Barrett 0412 927 409 Justin Long 0418 537 973

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

Conj

Maurice Pitard 0418 559 977

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TOORAK 7 Church Street Elegant single-level residence’s generous light-filled spaces with north-facing garden and pool provide immediate comfort plus scope to renovate/rebuild or develop (STCA). Marble hallway leads to formal living (OFP), formal dining, well-appointed kitchen and casual dining opening to northfacing garden and pool. Main bedroom, WIR/en-suite are complemented by two further bedrooms and bathroom. Features ducted heating/cooling, alarm, double-garage, auto-gates. Land: 695sqm/7,477sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 2pm

Inspect

Wednesday 2-2.30 & Saturday 1.45-2.15pm

Contact

Andrew Hayne 0418 395 349 Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913 Justin Long 0418 537 973

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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TOORAK 1 Scotsburn Grove Luxurious executive residence impressively blends stunning Deco- inspired elegance with sophisticated contemporary style. Seductive entrance hall introduces beautiful sitting room (OFP) and formal dining opening to expansive deck. Light-ďŹ lled living room and dining are served by fabulous contemporary stone kitchen. Sublime main bedroom boasting dressing room/en-suite are accompanied by three additional bedrooms (BIRs), living/study and bathroom. Features heating/cooling, alarm, powder-room, doublegarage, watering- system.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 12.30pm

Inspect

Wednesday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm

Contact

Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 James Connell 0418 312 907 Justin Long 0418 537 973

OfďŹ ce

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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SOUTH YARRA 81 Caroline Street Distinctive c1900’s double-storey Federation residence delivers impressively stylish indoor/outdoor spaces in elite locale. Gracious proportions and Baltic-pine floors distinguish arched hallway, sitting room (OFP), formal dining (OFP) and study area served by gourmet Smeg kitchen opening to beautiful northwest garden. Main bedroom, OFP, BIR and en-suite are complemented by two further bedrooms (1BIR/OFP), bathroom and balcony.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 2.30-3pm & Saturday 1.30-2pm

Contact

James Redfern 0412 360 667 Anthony Reis 0417 352 774

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN 1 Mary Street An impeccable sense of style distinguishes this luxurious architect-designed family residence near Menzies Reserve. Streamlined contemporary design characterises study, sitting room (Jetmaster), living, dining, brilliant Ilve kitchen opening to spectacular north-facing garden and solar-heated pool. Huge master bedroom, balcony, WIR, cooling and en-suite are complemented downstairs by three bedrooms, bathroom and home-theatre(with BOSE speakers)/5th bedroom. Features ducted-heating/vacuum, alarm, cellar, powderroom, audio-wiring, watering-system, remote-gates and double-garage plus off street parking. Land: 901sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 11am

Contact

Joanna Nairn 0419 994 664 Justin Long 0418 537 973 Adam Jack 0418 613 188

OfďŹ ce

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN 2/331 Glenferrie Road Constructed by award winning Glenneagles Homes & the architectural brilliance of Nicholas Day architects combine to create one of the finest single level garden residences located only metres from High Str & Glenferrie Rd shopping. Situated in this boutique development (1 of 5) & set to the rear for max privacy, offering the highest level of quality & finishes. 3 beautiful BRs (ensuite/BIR’s, main with WIR), study, open plan marble & Miele appointed kitchen overlooking informal living & dining, N/F sun filled wrap around courtyard garden provides perfect entertaining. Feat: sep powder room, full laundry, lift, security, European Oak parquetry. The perfect lifestyle awaits! NSLUULHNSLZ OVTLZ

Private Sale from $1,995,000 - $2,750,000 Inspect

Saturday 2-2.30pm or By Appointment

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Nicole French 0417 571 505

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN EAST 26 Coppin Street Brilliantly rejuvenated with remarkable flair, this impressive Gascoigne Estate single-level period residence cleverly offers exceptional flow and proportions. Contemporary elegance distinguishes sitting room , OFP, study/4th bedroom, main bedroom, stylish en-suite/BIR, two further bedrooms and bathroom. Fabulous dining area with banquette seating, spacious living and gourmet Aga/Ilve kitchen open to courtyard. Features hydronic-heating, evap-cooling, dripsystem, rainwater-tanks, cloak room, laundry, 1xgarage plus 1xOSP, auto-gates.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday & Saturday 1-1.30pm

Contact

Heather Elder 0413 273 079 Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN EAST 15 Kardella Street An architectural triumph of elegance and contemporary style. Defined by uncompromising attention to detail and its most enviable parkside locale, this exquisitely finished, contemporary family residence (50 squares approx) features formal and informal entertaining (gas OFPs), study, rumpus/ children’s retreat, Miele kitchen (WIP), 4 bedrooms (BIRs), main suite with breakfast terrace, ensuite, WIR. Northerly outdoor entertaining, self cleaning pool, impeccably landscaped garden. Remote double garage, OSP.

www.15kardellastreet.com Auction

Saturday 15th May at 3pm

Inspect

Wednesday 6-6.30pm, Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Justin Long 0418 537 973 Nicole French 0417 571 505

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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PRAHRAN EAST 32 Grandview Grove Magnificent c1881 original single-level Victorian residence is distinguished by its grand two-storey tower, gracious period integrity & private N/F garden. Remarkable Victorian details are highlighted through impressive arched hallway, study, elegant sitting room & dramatic formal dining with sunny conservatory all featuring marble fireplaces. 3 BRs with marble OFPs, 4th BR with BIR/en-suite & studio are complemented by 2 additional bathrooms. Spacious kitchen with casual dining & mezzanine living/study. Cellar & OSP for 3.

www.32grandviewgrove.com Auction

Saturday 1st May at 2.30pm

Inspect

By Appointment Thursday 2.15-2.45pm & By Appointment Saturday from 2pm

Contact

Justin Long 0418 537 973 Dean Gilbert 0418 994 939 Peter Bennison 0418 332 864 John Manton 0411 444 930

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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KEW 10 Davis Street Refined modern elegance fills the flexible, light & airy spaces of this landmark two-level residence in a striking landscaped setting on the corner of Sackville St. Beautifully renovated with a versatile layout (possible downstairs consulting rooms, home office or luxury retreat) & superb views, this stylish home showcases stunning features from soaring windows & bifold doors to balcony, heating/cooling & alarm & PABX phone system. Incl 4 robed BRs (master BR downstairs with spa ensuite), parents retreat, 2 studies, home cinema, lounge (OFP), family living, dining & kitchen with Ilve stove & granite finishes. Covered parking (3). Short stroll to private schools, Kellett Reserve and trams.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 11-11.30am

Contact

Peter Mitchell 0418 374 556 Antony Woodley 0421 286 741 Rebecca McLean 0411 115 896

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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KEW 6/7 Gellibrand Street Immaculately presented rear two-storey town residence offers surprisingly generous accommodation and gardens plus a private/secure lifestyle close to schools and Kew Junction. Comprising north-facing living, powder room, stylish Miele kitchen plus living/dining, paved entertaining area/courtyard. Lower-level home theatre/retreat, laundry/ bathroom and cellar. Upstairs three bedrooms (BIRs, main/ WIR/ensuite), family bathroom. Includes video/intercom, polished parquetry floors, quality finishes/fittings, ducted heating/cooling, C-Bus system, remote/double/garage (I/A).

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 3.30-4pm

Contact

Duane Wolowiec 0418 567 581 Mark Sproule 0408 090 205 Mark Dayman 0409 342 462

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAWTHORN 13 Lyndhurst Crescent A magnificent two-storey slate-roofed Hawthorn brick Victorian residence of grand proportions typifying the elegance of its era with beautifully preserved period features comprising arched hallways, two formal sitting rooms, separate dining, study, period-style powder/bathrooms, five bedrooms (main with WIR/ensuite), laundry, north-facing kitchen/dining/living room and upstairs conservatory (city skyline views), paved entertaining area, private rear garden and gas-heated in-ground pool. Includes intercom, cellar, Hydronic heating, split-system airconditioners and remote/ double carport (ROW). Land: 725sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 3.30pm

Inspect

Wednesday 12-12.30pm, Thursday 6-6.30pm & Saturday from 3pm

Contact

Hamish Tostevin 0408 004 766 James Tostevin 0417 003 333 Désirée Wakim 0412 336 266

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAWTHORN 83 Manningtree Road Classic Hawthorn brick Victorian residence (c1890) perfectly located near Glenferrie Road. Boasting superbly crafted period features complemented by a stunning extension and stylish renovations comprising arched hallway, four bedrooms, bathroom, ensuite and laundry. A brilliant architect designed north-facing kitchen and living/dining area with full-height glass doors opens to an expansive deck perfect for indoor/outdoor entertaining. Includes intercom, alarm, OFPs, ducted heating/cooling, Miele appliances, remote off street parking.

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 2-2.30pm & 6-6.30pm & Saturday from 10am

Contact

Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

OfďŹ ce

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAWTHORN EAST 33 Auburn Parade Gorgeous freestanding Victorian cottage featuring slate roof, return iron lace verandah fully renovated/extended interior blending period features with stylish contemporary living comprising double-arched Baltic Pine hallway, formal sitting room, study, main bedroom (ensuite/WIR), euro laundry, kitchen, north-facing dining/living, deck and private rear garden. Upstairs city skyline views plus two bedrooms (ensuites). Includes alarm, Plantation Shutters, ducted heating/cooling, OFPs, Euro appliances, ample storage, remote/carport/ROW.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday 4.15-4.45pm

Contact

Joe Muinos 0423 222 043 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

OfďŹ ce

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAWTHORN EAST 9 Westley Street Superbly renovated/extended period home offering an idyllic lifestyle in a prestigious location near Camberwell Junction plus walk to some of Melbourne’s finest schools. Comprises home cinema with north-facing deck/courtyard, five bedrooms (main dressing room, balcony), three ensuite/main bathroom heated floor, powder room, laundry, playroom/ study, superb Miele kitchen, living/dining area (OFP), paving surrounding solar-heated in-ground pool/spa. Includes video/intercom/alarm, ducted heating/cooling, cat 5 data/ cabling, roof storage & off street parking.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday 11.30-12noon

Contact

Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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CAMBERWELL 1 Dower Street Totally compelling, stunning c1938 residence provides a sensational perfectly located contemporary family domain. Polished boards flow through hallway to formal sitting and dining rooms (OFPs), state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen, generous living/dining opening to north-facing garden, sublime main bedroom, WIR/en-suite, three further bedrooms (BIRs), 5th bedroom/study, home theatre, studio/ home-office, powder-room and two additional bathrooms. Features ducted-heating, air-conditioning, alarm, atticstorage, water tanks, double garage, auto-gates.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 4-4.30pm

Contact

Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058 Stuart Evans 0402 067 710

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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CAMBERWELL 70a Glyndon Road Imposing 40+ squares 1920s residence delivers impressively stylish, spacious family living within 1350sqm approx. elevated rear allotment encompassing beautiful garden and stunning heated self-cleaning pool/spa. Exceptionally generous proportions define sitting and dining rooms, living/ dining, sensational Miele kitchen, fitted-study, rumpus room, main bedroom with WIR/spa-ensuite, four further bedrooms, BIRs, two additional bathrooms and sitting-area. Features zoned RC/air-conditioning, alarm, intercom, pool-side bathroom, laundry, storage, tandem-carport.

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 11-11.30am & 6.30-7pm & Saturday from 11am

Contact

Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282 James Redfern 0412 360 667 Heather Elder 0413 273 079

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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GLEN IRIS 227 Burke Road Impressive c1920â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s solid-brick residence is highlighted by an abundance of stylish well-zoned formal/informal family spaces. Exceptional proportions distinguish sitting room, formal dining, study, main bedroom with retreat, WIR/ensuite, four further bedrooms, BIRs, bathroom, two powderrooms and study-area. Sensational gourmet European kitchen, living/dining and tv/home-theatre room open to northwest garden and solar-heated pool/spa. Features 2OFPs, hydronic-heating, air-conditioning, alarm, laundry, double-carport. Land: 989sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 1.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 1pm

Contact

Joanna Nairn 0419 994 664 Charles Reid 0407 386 300 James Connell 0418 312 907

OfďŹ ce

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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GLEN IRIS 31 Howard Street Impressive contemporary five bedroom residence (1621sqm approx) with north-south tennis court and pool delivers fabulous resort lifestyle with scope to customize to the active family’s needs and desires. Formal living/dining (OFP), well-equipped European kitchen, expansive living/dining and children’s living open to solar-heated pool and mod- grass tennis court. Main bedroom, en-suite/sauna and WIR/BIR is complemented by four further bedrooms, two ensuites, two studies and two central bathrooms. Features hydronicheating, ducted heating/cooling and double-garage. Land 20.12m x 80.29m approx.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 2.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm

Contact

James Redfern 0412 360 667 Anthony Reis 0417 352 774

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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GLEN IRIS 56 Ferndale Road Sensational contemporary residence delivers the ultimate parkside family lifestyle with tennis-court and pool. Generous proportions define study, formal sitting/dining room, gourmet kitchen and north oriented living/dining opening to solar-heated pool and floodlit mod-grass northsouth tennis court. Main bedroom, WIR/en-suite plus three further bedrooms, BIRs, two bathrooms, children’s retreat and cellar/music room. Features ducted heating/vacuum, airconditioning, alarm, security-intercom, laundry, drip-system, rainwater tanks, double-garage. Land: 1,115sqm/12,000sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday & Saturday 2-2.30pm

Contact

Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 James Redfern 0412 360 667 Heather Elder 0413 273 079

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MONT ALBERT 14 Smythe Avenue Classic late 1920s family home loaded with character and charm combined with modern family living areas. Renovated/extended accommodation comprises formal sitting, separate dining, north-facing conservatory, four bedrooms, study two bathrooms timber kitchen, north-east facing informal living/dining plus deck and leafy private garden; laundry. Further enhanced by stunning views to the Dandenongs, Macedon ranges. Includes S/S appliances, OFPs, ducted heating, split-system airconditioning, double/garage

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm

Contact

Joe Muinos 0423 222 043 James Tostevin 0417 003 333 Hamish Tostevin 0408 004 766

OfďŹ ce

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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SOUTH YARRA 1.1/4 Cromwell Road Exclusive, luxury apartment positioned minutes to Hawksburn Village in the highly regarded 4 Cromwell development. Impressive entrance hall introduces well zoned accommodation featuring spacious main bedroom, WIR/ensuite, 2nd bedroom with BIRs and contemporary bathroom. Gourmet Miele kitchen boast’s stone bench tops and opens to significant L-shaped living/dining room with north/westfacing balcony offering spectacular leafy vistas. Further enhanced by; Euro laundry, storage cage, zoned heat/cool, double glazing & 2 basement car parks.

www.4cromwellroad.com.au Private Sale $1,195,000 Inspect

Wednesday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm

Contact

James McCormack 0410 503 389 Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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SOUTH YARRA 2.4/4 Cromwell Road Exclusive, luxury apartment positioned minutes to Hawksburn Village in the highly regarded 4 Cromwell development. Well zoned accommodation featuring spacious main bedroom, (balcony, WIR/en-suite), 2 further bedrooms BIR’s and contemporary bathroom. Gourmet Miele kitchen boast’s stone bench tops and opens to expansive living/dining room with North facing balcony. Further enhanced by; study nook, separate laundry, storage cage, zoned heat/cool, double glazing, storage cage & 2 basement car parks.

www.4cromwellroad.com.au Private Sale $1,360,000 Inspect

Wednesday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm

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James McCormack 0410 503 389 Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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TOORAK 9/679 Toorak Road Luxurious first-floor boutique rear apartment delivers exceptionally well-proportioned, elegantly stylish and secure spaces near Kooyong Village. Parquetry flows through entrance hall to generous light-filled living/dining room with north-west balcony, separate study and gourmet Smeg kitchen. Beautiful main bedroom with stylish en-suite/WIR is complemented by two further bedrooms, BIRs and bathroom with Euro-laundry. Features video-security, ducted-heating/ cooling, lift-access, lock-up store, 2xbasement car-parks.

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Saturday 8th May at 9.30am

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Wednesday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday 11.30-12noon

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John Manton 0411 444 930 Justin Krongold 0403 163 355 Andrew Hayne 0418 395 349

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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TOORAK 2/12 Lambert Road Sublime classic elegance combined with contemporary style defines this beautiful light-filled town-residence near Hawksburn and Toorak Villages. Marble foyer precedes elegant formal living and dining rooms (gas log-fire) overlooking north-facing courtyard. Stylish European kitchen features stone benches and casual dining. Main bedroom, WIR/en-suite are complemented by two further bedrooms (BIRs) and bathroom. Features ducted heating/ cooling, alarm, powder-room, double garage, videointercom.

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Saturday 8th May at 2.30pm

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Wednesday 12.30-1pm & Saturday 12.15-12.45pm

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John Manton 0411 444 930 Justin Krongold 0403 163 355 Andrew Hayne 0418 395 349

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN 94 Claremont Avenue Spectacular gardens provide a magical setting for this glorious solid-brick Edwardian residence. Period features distinguish arched hallway, elegant sitting room, formal dining, main bedroom, BIR/en-suite, second bedroom, BIR, bathroom with Euro-laundry and generous third bedroom/ studio with balcony, BIR/en-suite. Light-filled living/dining room with chef’s kitchen boasting Paul Bocuse double oven opens to beautiful garden. Features 3xOFPs, ducted-heating, RC/air-conditioning, drip-system, carport. Land: 686sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 10.30am

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Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 10am

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Joanna Nairn 0419 994 664 Adam Jack 0418 613 188 Charles Reid 0407 386 300

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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SOUTH YARRA 68a Nicholson Street This beautifully light and bright modern townhouse built by renowned developer Glenn Eagles has been brilliantly designed to set new benchmarks in low-maintenance luxury living. Downstairs North-facing living introduces equally alluring kitchen/dining dimensions where bi-fold doors create a seamless connection to paved courtyard expanses. Light-filled upstairs main bedroom accompanied by walk-in robes and full-size en suite is complemented by spacious second bedroom, central bathroom and flexible study/single bedroom. Rear OSP. Perfectly poised between Toorak Road, Chapel St, Prahran Market & Fawkner Park.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 11.30am

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Thursday & Saturday 11.15-11.45am

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Dean Gilbert 0418 994 939 James McCormack 0410 503 389

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN 18 Alice Street The enduring appeal of this delightful solid-brick, slate roofed Edwardian residence is enhanced by a sensational northwest orientation and coveted location, close to Glenferrie Road. Baltic-pine floors and high ceilings distinguish hallway to three bedrooms, BIRs (1OFP) and fully-tiled bathroom and second toilet. Generously proportioned living room, OFP, well-appointed modern kitchen and light-filled living/dining open to private northwest garden. Features ducted-heating, Euro-laundry, ROW, 2xOSP.

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Saturday 8th May at 10.30am

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Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 11.30-12noon

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Heather Elder 0413 273 079 Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN 24a Horace Street Stunning, enviably situated 3½ year-old town-residence brilliantly puts contemporary elegance in a family friendly context. Generous proportions define study/formal sitting, state-of-the-art Carrara marble and stainless-steel Ilve/ Miele kitchen and inviting living/dining opening to northeast courtyard. Downstairs main bedroom, WIR/ en-suite is complemented by second main bedroom, BIR/ en-suite, two further bedrooms, WIRs, bathroom and living. Features hydronic heating, RC/air-conditioning, zonedalarm, video-intercom, powder-room, ducted-vacuum, triple-garage basement.

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Saturday 1st May at 12.30pm

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Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 12noon

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Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN 10 Evandale Road Instantly captivating Victorian matches period appeal with sensational contemporary style near Glenferrie Road’s shops, cafes, Malvern Central and train station. Baltic-pine floors flow through arched hallway to inviting formal living room/4th bedroom, OFP, main bedroom with BIR/en-suite, two further bedrooms, (BIRs) and stylish bathroom. Bright contemporary kitchen and generous living/dining, OFP open to private entertaining courtyard/garden with North-West aspect. Features ducted-heating, alarm, air-conditioning, double-garage.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 12.30pm

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Thursday & Saturday 3-3.30pm

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John Morrisby 0411 875 476 Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN EAST 67 Emo Road Brilliantly situated on a deep northwest allotment, this original solid-brick late-Edwardian offers an outstanding opportunity to utilize architect designed plans to extensively renovate, rebuild or develop (STCA). Immediately ready for work to commence, it has been stripped to reveal timber floors and ornate ceilings through hallway, sitting room, formal dining, four bedrooms and cleared kitchen, bathroom and laundry. Land: 789sqm (approx).

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Saturday 1st May at 12.30pm

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Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday from 12noon

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Charles Reid 0407 386 300 Joanna Nairn 0419 994 664 Adam Jack 0418 613 188

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN EAST 42 Paxton Street Totally captivating solid-brick Deco residence brilliantly renovated with exceptional flair. Polished boards flow through elegant sitting room, OFP, formal dining/music room, main bedroom, en-suite/BIR, two further bedrooms, BIRs and stylish bathroom. Light-filled open plan living with gourmet kitchen featuring stone benches opens to architectural gardens and paved entertaining area. Stroll to Hedgeley Dene, Central Park and Lloyd St Primary. Features ducted-heating/cooling, alarm, drip-system, carport, ospx4.

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 12.30pm

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Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 12noon

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John Morrisby 0411 875 476 Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN EAST 76 Millewa Avenue Attractive c1950’s solid-brick residence provides spacious, stylish family comfort distinguished by a lovely frontage and deep northeast garden. Polished boards flow through entrance hall to formal living and dining rooms featuring distinctive deco-style ceilings, well-equipped kitchen and family living/dining. Main bedroom with WIR/en-suite are complemented by three further bedrooms (BIRs) and central bathroom. Features ducted-heating, RC/air-conditioning, laundry, drip-system.

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Saturday 15th May at 12.30pm

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Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday 11.30-12noon

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Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913 Anthony Reis 0417 352 774

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN EAST 35 Summerhill Avenue Classic styling, superior finishes and huge leafy northfacing gardens define the immediate family appeal of this architect-designed contemporary residence. Polished boards flow through generous sitting/formal dining, study and light-filled living with modern European kitchen opening to garden. Spacious main bedroom with balcony, WIR/en-suite are complemented by three further bedrooms and marble bathroom. Features double-glazing, hydronic heating, evap-cooling, ducted-vacuum, powder-room, attic-storage, laundry plus laundry chute, remote double garage plus 2xOSP. Land: 780sqm/8,400sqft (approx).

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Saturday 8th May at 11.30am

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Wednesday 11-11.30am & Saturday 12.15-12.45pm

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John Manton 0411 444 930 Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN EAST 17a Sylvester Crescent Capturing the essence of modern day living with clean lines & contemporary finishes, this luxurious Pleysier Perkins designer residence is sure to please. Surrounded by Jack Merlo designed gardens, offering: open plan stone & Ilve appointed kitchen (butler’s pantry) combined with a generous informal living/dining with gas OFP, flanked by floor to ceiling glass overlooking the private north facing courtyard. Upstairs: main BR with WIR & ensuite, 2 further BRs with BIR’s, 2nd sep living/retreat area, sep study/office & central bathroom. Feat: Double remote garage.

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Saturday 1st May at 2.30pm

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Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday from 2pm

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Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Nicole French 0417 571 505 Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN EAST 2/1 Hilda Street The larger than anticipated spaces of this bright three bedroom modern townhouse include two distinctive living areas, one opening to a sunny north-westerly courtyard. Central dining also appreciates courtyard aspects and is complemented by spacious open-plan kitchen with walk-in pantry. Upstairs includes spacious main bedroom (WIR and ensuite), two further large bedrooms and generous central bathroom. Additional features include ducted heating, cooling and secure single garage. Within minutes of Darling station, shops and Hedgeley Dene Gardens.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 11.30am

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Thursday & Saturday 1-1.30pm

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Cameron Edgoose 0438 064 212 Kathy Malcolm 0416 279 966 Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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PRAHRAN 73/108 Greville Street Sublime north-facing two-level top floor apartment enjoys a tranquil garden setting only metres from fabulous cafes and shops. Inviting light-filled living/dining served by stylish Blanco kitchen opens to North-facing terrace overlooking central courtyard. Gorgeous sitting room/third bedroom and powder-room are complemented upstairs by two further bedrooms, BIRs and bathroom. Features electric-heaters, RC/ air-conditioning, security entrance, Euro-laundry, basement car-park, gym access.

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 10.30am

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Thursday 10.30-11am & Saturday from 10am

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Dean Gilbert 0419 994 939 Annie Clewlow 0431 234 234

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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PRAHRAN 17 Packington Street Totally delightful, surprisingly spacious freestanding timber Victorian offers enviable inner urban living near High Street. Baltic-pine floors flow through arched hallway to two bedrooms with open-fire places (1BIR) and bathroom complemented upstairs by main bedroom, walk-in robe, ensuite and mezzanine living. Well-equipped modern kitchen and generously proportioned living/dining with gas-pebble fireplace open to paved north-facing garden with spa. Features ducted-heating, reverse cycle air-conditioning, alarm, carport, shed.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 11.30am

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Thursday 12.15-12.45pm & Saturday 12.45-1.15pm

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Dean Gilbert 0418 994 939 James McCormack 0410 503 389

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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PRAHRAN 79 Bayview Street A sensational location near Hawksburn Village and High Street highlights the fabulous lifestyle appeal of this attractive north-facing, free-standing Victorian’s stylish indoor/outdoor spaces. Baltic-pine flows through two double bedrooms (1BIR), modern bathroom, generous living room and state-of-the-art Bosch kitchen boasting Caesar stone benches and light-filled dining opening to paved north-facing garden with outdoor spa-bath. Features RC/ air-conditioning, alarm, ducted-heating, solar electricity, watering-system.

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Saturday 15th May at 10.30am

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Thursday 5.30-6 & Saturday 3.45-4.15

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John Manton 0411 444 930 Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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GLEN IRIS 45 Summerhill Road This fine and inviting mid-1930s clinker brick home has been sympathetically renovated/extended to ensure the period features blend harmoniously with the newer family living areas comprising hallway, north-facing formal sitting, adjacent dining, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, laundry; stylish open-plan kitchen, expansive dining/living room, covered entertaining area. Includes alarm, polished timber floors, euro appliances, OFPs, ducted heating, R/C airconditioner, storage/workshop, OSP.

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 12.30pm

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Thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday from 12noon

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Duane Wolowiec 0418 567 581 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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SOUTHBANK 4301/1 Freshwater Place Spectacular contemporary apartment offers some of Melbourne’s most impressive views from the Yarra to the Bay. Sensational views are matched by latest contemporary style through expansive living/dining, designer Smeg kitchen, northeast balcony, stunning main bedroom, ensuite/BIR, two further bedrooms, BIRs, stylish bathroom and Euro-laundry. Shared pool, sauna, gym, cinema and BBQ terrace. Features heating/cooling, video-intercom, audiowiring, 24hr concierge, 2xbasement carparks, storage-cage. Enter Via Southbank Blvd

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Saturday 1st May at 4pm

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Wednesday 6-6.30pm & Saturday from 3.30pm

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Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282 Hugh Tomlinson 0409 427 483 Heather Elder 0413 273 079

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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GLEN IRIS 5 Montague Avenue A prominent elevated position with potential views across Glen Iris valley, wide curved frontage and magnificent allotment of 1,092Sqm/11,754sqft approx. are the key features of this exceptional renovation/development opportunity (STCA). Currently occupied by an early 1930's five bedroom home presenting in original condition complemented by a prized location close to Ashburton Shopping, Glen Iris Primary, Gardiners Creek trails/parklands, easy CityLink/CBD, transport access.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 10.30am

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Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 1.15-1.45pm

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Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282 Dean Gilbert 0418 994 939

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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HAWTHORN 3/28 Manningtree Road Sheer single level luxury designed by Christopher Doyle Architects & created by Kokoda Property. - Beautiful private courtyard garden - 3 BRs (main with WIR & ensuite) - Expansive, light filled living areas - Marble & Miele appointed kitchen - Double basement garage, 2 storage areas - Full security & private lift - 10ft ceilings, European Oak parquetry - Only moments to shopping & transport

Price Reduced Now $2,375,000 Inspect

Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm

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Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Nicole French 0417 571 505 Hamish Tostevin 0408 004 766

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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KEW 112 Edgevale Road The pretty façade of this gorgeous slate-roofed Victorian family home (c1890) stands out in a classic period streetscape. Immaculately presented and brilliantly located close to some of Melbourne’s finest schools and local amenities. Comprises arched hallway, formal living/4th bedroom, three bedrooms (BIRs, main with ensuite), bathroom/laundry, open-plan kitchen/dining/living, expansive deck, paved entertaining and private rear garden. Includes alarm, euro appliances, OFPs, ducted heating, R/C airconditioner, roof storage and off street parking for 3 cars (remote rear access).

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 10.30am

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Thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday from 10am

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Hamish Tostevin 0408 004 766 John Manton 0411 444 930

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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KEW 1/2 Valentine Avenue Immaculately presented, stylishly refurbished family residence enjoys a sensational cul-de-sac location near excellent schools and Kew junction. Polished boards and plantation shutters accentuate stylish allure through living/ dining room, modern stone kitchen and second living opening to west-facing garden. Upstairs, main bedroom, BIR/en-suite are complemented by two further bedrooms (BIRs), bathroom and living space. Features ducted heating/ cooling, powder-room, laundry, remote double-garage.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 12.30pm

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Thursday & Saturday 12-12.30pm

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Walter Dodich 0413 262 655 Nicholas Franzmann 0412 247 175

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAWTHORN EAST 5 Clifton Grove This impressive and attractive 1920’s family home offers exceptional family living comprising elegant formal rooms, two downstairs bedrooms (1xWIR/ensuite), laundry, powder room plus open-plan kitchen/living/dining room leading to an outdoor entertaining area. Upstairs retreat/study, two additional bedrooms both with ensuites/spas, main / WIR. Ideally positioned close to Camberwell Junction, Anderson Park, schools, transport and CiyLink. Includes period features, ducted heating/vacuum, refrigerated airconditioning, remote/tandem carparking.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 12.30pm

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Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 10-10.30am

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Stuart Evans 0402 067 710 Hamish Tostevin 0408 004 766

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAWTHORN 19 Muir Street Perfectly poised to make the most of the river and Richmond’s inner city energy as well as Hawthorn’s established lifestyle appeal, this comfortable three bedroom home offers scope to renovate and extend or pursue new home site plans, STCA, on an elevated allotment with north facing rear aspects. Generous living and dining areas, large separate lounge and bright kitchen/meals with granite benches and garden access precede the private backdrop. Original garage, OSP. Land: 540sqm (15.24m/50ft x 35.4m/116ft) approx.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 10.30am

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Thursday & Saturday 12-12.30pm

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Nicholas Franzmann 0412 247 175 Mark Dayman 0409 342 463

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAWTHORN EAST 3/8 Mowbray Street Impressively proportioned and appointed executive townresidence delivers a luxurious, low-maintenance lifestyle. Plantation shutters accentuate contemporary elegance through inviting sitting/lounge room, formal dining and casual living/dining with stone and Smeg gourmet kitchen all opening to leafy deck. Ground-level main bedroom, en-suite/bathroom/WIR are complemented upstairs by second bedroom, WIR/en-suite, two double bedrooms, BIRs and bathroom with spabath. Features ducted-heating/airconditioning/vacuum, alarm, cellar, video-intercom, laundry, double-garage with internal access.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 10.30am

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Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 2.30-3pm

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Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913 Duane Wolowiec 0418 567 581

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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CAMBERWELL 2/136 Through Road Immaculate single level light and bright three bedroom town residence with elegant formal lounge and dining, separate spacious kitchen/family/ meals area overlooking a northerly private courtyard garden, Main bedroom (ensuite/ WIR). All situated in a tree lined street walking distance to trams, shops and parkland.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 11.30am

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Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 10-10.30am

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Nicholas Franzmann 0412 247 175 Désirée Wakim 0412 336 266

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266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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CAMBERWELL 80 Fordham Avenue Classic English-style two-storey clinker brick family residence recently refurbished and presenting in excellent order, with sought after potential to further improve if desired (STCA). Comprises formal living and dining rooms, sunny retreat, modern kitchen, informal living/dining room opening to north-east facing paved entertaining area. Upstairs 4 bedrooms including main bedroom (full ensuite and parents retreat) oversized second bedroom (with study and WIR) and family bathroom. Includes alarm, period features, new carpets (upstairs), polished floors, powder room/euro laundry and remote double garage with additional storage.

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 1.30pm

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Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday from 1pm

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Nick Ptak 0413 370 442 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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CAMBERWELL 5 Granville Street Currently occupied by a 3 bedroom period home (c1910) in original condition, a rare opportunity to acquire a perfect family-oriented allotment of 650sqm/6,994sqft approx. to build a luxurious new home with a preferred northern rear aspect or alternatively, renovate the existing home (STCA). This ideal site is perfectly positioned with Cooper Reserve at the end of the street offering additional family recreation/ sporting facilities.

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 11.30am

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Thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday from 11am

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Désirée Wakim 0412 336 266 Stuart Evans 0402 067 710

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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CANTERBURY 14 Compton Street Delightful 1920’s solid-brick residence blends period appeal with contemporary family comfort in a fabulous family locale. Polished boards and ornate ceilings distinguish wide entrance, formal living (OFP), formal dining (gas log-fire), three bedrooms and study/ 4th bedroom complemented by two bathrooms and powder-room. Natural light streams through well-appointed modern kitchen and generous living/ dining opening to deep northwest garden. Features ductedheating, garage, carport.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 10.30am

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Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 1.30-2pm

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Walter Dodich 0413 262 655 Nicholas Franzmann 0412 247 175

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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CANTERBURY 191 Mont Albert Road Captivating timber Edwardian blends period elegance, family space and designer style. Ornate ceilings and fireplaces distinguish sitting room, formal dining, main bedroom, stylish en-suite/WIR, second bedroom, BIR and bathroom complemented upstairs by two further bedrooms, BIRs and third bathroom. Exceptionally spacious family/ meals with spectacular fireplace and state-of-the-art Ilve kitchen opens to pavilion and north-facing garden. Features: large auto double-garage via ROW, ducted-heating, RC/airconditioning, laundry & water-tanks.

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 12.30pm

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Thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday from 12noon

Contact

Désirée Wakim 0412 336 266 Hamish Tostevin 0408 004 766

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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BALWYN NORTH 1 Larbert Avenue Master built in the mid-1960’s, this attractive Colonial inspired family home provides elegant accommodation in a functional floorplan totaling some 223sqm/24sqs (approx). Comprises: entrance hall, spacious living room (OFP), separate dining room, kitchen, family/meals, main bedroom with ensuite, 2 further double bedrooms, large study/4th bedroom, versatile 3-zone bathroom, laundry, third WC and double garage. Land: 753sqm/8,105sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 12.30pm

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Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1.45-2.15pm

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Ross Stryker 0401 318 772 Doug McLauchlan 0418 377 718

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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BALWYN 2/7 King Street Signature Fasham Johnson design masterfully merging light and space is brilliantly enhanced by perfect privacy ensuring this captivating single-level townhouse affords superb lowmaintenance indoor/outdoor living and entertaining. Ideally oriented to the north offering sun-filled courtyard garden, two bedrooms, light and airy living/dining, huge meals area, kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, two bathrooms, central heating, a/c, alarm, vacuum and big auto garage. Near parkland, shops, trams.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 11.30am

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Thursday & Saturday 12-12.30pm

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Peter Mitchell 0418 374 556 Rebecca McLean 0411 115 896

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266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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MONT ALBERT NORTH 57 Valda Avenue Superbly positioned just metres from Elgar Park, this inviting family home is defined by light-filled living spaces and zoned entertaining over three levels. Formal living/dining, central kitchen, family room extending to elevated deck. 3 double bedrooms, BIRs, main ensuite, children’s zone and 4th bedroom/teenager’s retreat. Games room, gym, heating/ cooling, ducted vacuum, powder room, 3rd WC, security, intercom, cellar, double garage/workshop.

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 1.30pm

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Thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday 1.30-2pm

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Mark Sproule 0408 090 205 Duane Wolowiec 0418 567 581

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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SURREY HILLS 272 Mont Albert Road Reflecting the charm of the 1920s this delightful period residence is presented in perfect order offering a quality family lifestyle in spacious zoned living/entertaining areas comprising sitting room, three bedrooms (BIRs/main with WIR and ensuite), separate dining, study/4th bedroom, two bathrooms, laundry, beautiful timber kitchen/dining area, informal living room plus deck, covered entertaining and solar-heated in-ground pool. Includes alarm, period features, ducted heating, R/C airconditioner and remote gates double/carport+OSP. Land: 943sqm/10,146sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 15th May at 11.30am

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Thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday 2.45-3.15pm

Contact

Hamish Tostevin 0408 004 766 Stuart Evans 0402 067 710

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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IVANHOE EAST 6 Keam Street Luxurious two-storey residence fastidiously and superbly extended and renovated from top-to-bottom with all-white interior comprising New England oak floors, entrance foyer, study, powder room, light-filled formal/informal living areas, state-of-the-art Smeg Kitchen opening to a sensational outdoor living zone (spa/pool), 4bedrooms (main/WIR/ ensuite), bathroom, retreat, upstairs views to Dandenong ranges; lower-level garage access, cellar, workshop/storage. Includes video/intercom/alarm, ducted heating/cooling/ vacuum,2 x 5000ltr tank, remote/double garage. Land: 922sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 10.30am

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Thursday 11-11.30am & 6.45-7.15pm & Saturday from 10am

Contact

Walter Dodich 0413 262 655 Luci Avro 0417 577 568

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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BURWOOD 63 Parer Street Superbly renovated/extended family home with faithfully retained period features and huge zoned formal/informal living areas comprising study, five bedrooms (main/WIR/ ensuite), two bathrooms and laundry, beautiful timber openplan kitchen/living opening to outdoor entertaining area plus bungalow/retreat/storage and cubbyhouse. Close to PLC & Deakin University. Includes ornately decorated ceilings, Euro appliances, ducted heating/vacuum/Coonara wood heater, refrigerated cooling, gas/mains barbeque, double carport. Excellent location close to Wattle Park, schools, transport. NB: Photo ID required.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 3.30pm

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Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm

Contact

Mark Sutherland 0418 691 585 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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MURRUMBEENA 12 Melbourne Street One of the original homes in the coveted Capital City precinct, this elegant timber Edwardian with northerly rear retains all of the character and charm of yesteryear while superbly meeting the demands of an active modern lifestyle. Wide frontage, fretted verandah and carport herald a traditional floorplan framed by polished floorboards, high ceiling roses and lovely heritage tones. Just metres to shops, restaurants, parklands, train station; this marvellous period home incl 3 double BRs (or 2 & sitting room), living room to covered deck & gorgeous north garden, well-appointed kitchen, bathroom, laundry area, ducted heating, air-con, bay windows, OFPs.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 11.30am

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Wednesday 6-6.30 & Saturday 10-10.30am

Contact

Andrew Wilkie 0408 441 151 Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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HAWTHORN 8/472 Glenferrie Road Commanding views complement the elevated Scotch Hill position of this captivating twothree bedroom apartment in the evocative ‘NETHERTON’ building. Beautifully preserved, richly polished floors and traditional high ceilings frame central living/dining spaces accompanied by bright kitchen. Car-port.

Auction Sat 8th May at 10.30am Inspect Thursday & Saturday 11-11.30am Contact Nick Ptak 0413 370 442 Mark Dayman 0409 342 462 Office 266 Auburn Road Hawthorn

CANTERBURY 844 Burke Road This thoroughly renovated Edwardian reveals a superb combination of modern comfort and rich heritage originality. Generous formal lounge (OFP), 3 bedrooms (2 x OFPs), Caesar Stone Kitchen and sun-drenched living/dining extending to a deep rear garden. Cellar, OSP.

Auction Sat 1st May at 12.30pm Inspect Thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday from 12noon Contact Nick Ptak 0413 370 442 Mark Dayman 0409 342 462 Office 266 Auburn Road Hawthorn

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KEW EAST 35 McConchie Avenue The bright four bedroom floor-plan of this elevated family home reveals a wealth of original detail close to Kew East Primary School. Inviting spaces precede a north westerly garden that inspires ideas for further enhancing/ extending, STCA. An outstanding opportunity.

Auction Sat 15th May at 3.30pm Inspect Thursday 11.30-12noon & Saturday 2.30-3pm Contact Mark Sproule 0408 090 205 Duane Wolowiec 0418 567 581 Office 266 Auburn Road Hawthorn

HAWTHORN 2/35 Riversdale Road Totally transformed & brilliantly located with city tram outside the door, this Yarra-precinct townhouse feat 2 huge ensuite BRs (treetop balcony/city glimpses), kitchen/open plan living (jetmaster fire), secluded garden deck & double carport. A brilliant scale-down, rewarding investment, city-base or downsizer awaits!

Auction Sat 15th May at 12.30pm Inspect Thursday & Saturday 11-11.30am Contact Kathy Malcolm 0416 279 966 Cameron Edgoose 0438 064 212 Office 266 Auburn Road Hawthorn

9822 9999

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KEW 7 Birrell Court Superbly elevated in a coveted cul-de-sac, this captivating three bedroom and study residence is architect-designed for light-filled openplan living while enjoying a sweeping ranges panorama. Proximity to private schools, trams, Outer Circle trail and shopping is exceptional.

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Auction Sat 8th May at 12.30pm Inspect Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 12.15-12.45pm Contact Chris Barrett 0412 927 409 Stephen Gough 0439 844 855 Office 266 Auburn Road Hawthorn

HAWTHORN EAST 2/220 Rathmines Road Enter from Howcroft Place. Formerly Ireland’s Dairy, now a residence of scintillating style merely moments from Camberwell Junction. Light-filled living/dining leads to elegantly efficient contemporary kitchen. Luxurious double bedroom, BIRs & skylit en suite. Private courtyard, secure 2 car-port.

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Auction Sat 15th May at 12.30pm Inspect Thursday 6-6.30pm & Saturday 2.30-3pm Contact Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282 James Redfern 0412 360 667 Office 1111 High Street Armadale

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TOORAK 2/793 Malvern Road Enviably situated near Hawksburn Village & Beatty Ave, this attractive period style first-floor apartment delivers spacious, tranquil light-filled living through generous L-shaped living/dining, well-equipped Blanco kitchen, three double bedrooms, BIRs, bathroom and Euro-laundry. Features gas-heater, alarm, single-garage.

Auction Sat 8th May at 1.30pm Inspect Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 3.15-3.45pm Contact Dean Gilbert 0418 994 939 James McCormack 0410 503 389 Office 1111 High Street Armadale

TOORAK 2/758 Orrong Road Gracious, well proportioned apart with private courtyard near Toorak Village. Comp sitting room, sunny dining, north-facing balcony, wellequipped kitchen, main bedroom, en-suite/BIR, 2 further BRs, BIRs & bathroom. Feat ductedheating, RC/air-con, security-intercom, laundry, double-garage. Private north facing garden.

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ARMADALE 4 Bailey Avenue Gracious solid-brick c1903 Federation residence provides family comfort plus renovation potential (STCA) through impressive hallway, sitting room (OFP), three bedrooms (original mantelpieces), 4th BR with en-suite, bathroom, well-equipped kitchen & living/ dining. Land: 623sqm (6,714 sqft) approx. Features ducted-heating, garage.

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Auction Sat 8th May at 10.30am Inspect Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 12-12.30pm Contact Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 Heather Elder 0413 273 079 Office 1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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Auction Sat 8th May at 10.30am Inspect Thursday 1.45-2.15pm & Saturday 1.30-2pm Contact Dean Gilbert 0418 994 939 Marcus Chiminello 0411 441 271 Office 1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

TOORAK 4/619 Toorak Road Sensationally stylish boutique apart provides luxurious, tranquil & secure living through expansive living/dining with gourmet kitchen opening to North-facing terrace, main BR, BIR/ WIR & stylish en-suite, 2nd BR, BIR, bathroom & Euro-laundry. Feat ducted heat/cool, alarm, 2 x basement carparks, lift-access.

Auction Sat 8th May at 2.30pm Inspect Thursday & Saturday 11-11.30am Contact James McCormack 0410 503 389 Dean Gilbert 0419 994 939 Office 1111 High Street Armadale

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BALWYN 3/95 Balwyn Road

Auction Sat 15th May at 1.30pm

Inspect Recently refurbished to provide contemporary Thursday 11-11.30am & living in a most convenient location, this light Saturday 1-1.30pm airy 5 room, 2 bedroom villa unit offers the Contact added advantage of a large, sunny and private Doug McLauchlan 0418 377 718 northerly courtyard garden and secure underAnnie Clewlow 0431 234 234 cover parking for two cars. OfďŹ ce 266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999 marshallwhite.com.au

ASHBURTON 9 Aitchison Avenue Delightful 1927 solid-brick residence in glorious deep north-facing garden combines immaculate comfort with period appeal through sitting room, three bedrooms, study, two bathrooms, living/dining & well-equipped European kitchen. Feat ducted-heating, alarm, laundry, rainwater-tank, drip-system, garage.

Auction Sat 1st May at 10.30am Inspect Thursday 12-12.30 & Saturday from 10am Contact Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282 James Redfern 0412 360 667 OfďŹ ce 1111 High Street Armadale

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SOUTH YARRA 20 Millswyn Street 4

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Botanic Gardens Old Gold One of the most admired four bedroom houses in South Yarra in a brilliant position between Fawkner Park and the Botanic Gardens. Comprising entry to sitting room, dining room, kitchen with meals area, laundry. Upstairs to a bedroom plus, master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and dressing room. On the third level are two bedrooms, a family room and a bathroom. Courtyard garden with large garage accessed from Mason Street. Land 250 square metres. This is it! This is just what you have been waiting for. Auction

Saturday 8th May at 2.00pm

View

Thursday 29th April 2-2.30pm and Saturday 1st May 3-3.30pm

Contact

Philippe Batters 0418 992 103 Kait Davis 0416 037 191

SOUTH YARRA 5/72 - 74 Tivoli Road

SOUTH YARRA 2/5 Stanhope Court

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Quiet Elegance

A two bedroom north facing apartment with stacks of space. Security entrance, computer area, two large air conditioned bedrooms, an excellent bathroom with laundry facilities, modern kitchen opening to a sun drenched air conditioned living area opening to the balcony. Secure car parking plus large store room.

A very spacious ground ďŹ&#x201A;oor two bedroom apartment in a small block of six with the added advantage of secure under cover car parking, plus a very large living area. Comprising two bedrooms, bathroom, sitting and dining room, kitchen.

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 1.00pm

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 11.00am

View

Thursday 29th April 12-12.30pm and Saturday 1st May from 12.30pm

View

Thursday 29th April 1-1.30pm and Saturday 1st May from 10.30am

Contact

Kait Davis 0416 037 191 Philippe Batters 0418 992 103

Contact

Philippe Batters 0418 992 103

Kait Davis 0416 037 191

www.williamsbatters.com.au | 159-161 Toorak Road, South Yarra | 9866 4411


DOCKLANDS 2104/80 Lorimer Street 3

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A Definite Wow Factor Situated 21 storey’s above the Marina at Yarra’s Edge this ultra modern apartment has it all. Entertain guests in the large open plan dining room whilst you take in the 180 degree views of the Yarra River, Melbourne CBD skyline and Port Phillip bay which will take your breath away. The kitchen features an abundance of storage, stone bench tops and quality stainless steel appliances. The generous main bedroom includes walk through robes, en-suite and an east/south facing balcony. Large second bedroom with built in robes, en-suite bathroom and a south facing balcony. Also featuring separate laundry, ducted air-conditioning and heating throughout, 2 secure car spaces, and resident access to the famous RekDek which includes heated lap pool, spa, sauna and fully equipped gym. Private Sale View

Wednesday 28th April 1-1.30pm and Saturday 1st May 2-2.30pm

Contact

Kait Davis 0416 037 191 Bill Cook 0411 089 890

Under Instruction from

NORTH BALWYN 6 Tormey Street

HAWTHORN EAST 6/147 Victoria Road

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Take The High Ground

Includes entry hall, living room, dining room, central kitchen, family room, 3 bedrooms, 2 way bathroom, separate toilet, laundry, garage and carport. This property is ideally located in the Balwyn High School zone, minutes from tram and shops. Note: Land 20.12m x 50.31m approx. Total area 1012m2 approx.

This two bedroom apartment is one of just six situated on the first floor and at the front of an older style block. Both large bedrooms have built in robes, the kitchen is original yet functional, a large south facing living/dining area and a brick lock up garage.

Auction

Saturday 8th May at 11.00am

Auction

Saturday 1st May at 3.00pm

View

Thursday 29th April and Saturday 1st May 12-12.30pm

View

Thursday 29th April 1-1.30pm and Saturday 1st May from 2.30pm

Contact

Bill Cook 0411 089 890

Contact

Philippe Batters 0418 992 103

Kait Davis 0416 037 191

William Dwyer 0403 469 320

www.williamsbatters.com.au | 159-161 Toorak Road, South Yarra | 9866 4411


TOORAK 172 Kooyong Road This stunning architecturally designed family residence, built to the highest international standards opens to rear garden with inground pool. Features include high ceilings, French oak and limestone floors and excellent floor plan. Land size 963m². Formal lounge, separate dining, kitchen meals, informal sitting room open via atrium to garden and study. Upstairs: 4 bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms and built in robes or walk in robes. Multi zone heating and cooling, video security and 4 car garage.

Auction Saturday 8th May at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Thursday 1.00 - 1.45pm Saturday 3.00 - 3.45pm Call Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 Simon Hicks 0413 713 000 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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SOUTH YARRA 52 Kensington Road This unique, elevated, contemporary residence perched on top of Kensington Road hill overlooking the Yarra River, Como Park and into the trees, is within minutes walk to Como Park, River Walk, cafes and Chapel St shops and restaurants and features open plan living, ďŹ&#x201A;oor to ceiling glass windows opening to private terrace and pool. Land size 629m2. Comprising: Open plan lounge, dining, kitchen/meals leading to tearrace, 3 oversized bedrooms all with ensuites, upstairs master bedroom with ensuite, built in robes and terrace, downstairs 3rd bedroom with ensuite and terrace. Heating, air conditioning, double lock up garage, cellar and security system.

Auction Saturday 15th May at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday 2.00 - 2.45pm Call Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 OfďŹ ce 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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SOUTH YARRA 13 Como Avenue Renovate this family residence opening to Northern terrace and North West garden with pool and sun deck. In one of South Yarra’s finest tree lined streets, minutes walk to Como Park, Toorak Road and Chapel Street. Land size 800m2 or 66’ x 131’ = 8,646 sqft. Entry foyer, formal lounge, separate dining, kitchen/meals, informal sitting room, rumpus, separate TV room, study and 2 bathrooms. Upstairs: 3 bedrooms plus master bedroom with ensuite and built in robe, family bathroom, ducted heating, cooling and off street parking for 4 cars.

Auction Saturday 15th May at 2.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday 3.00 - 3.45pm Call Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 David Colbran 0418 348 481 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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ARMADALE 2 Myamyn Street Stunning residence designed to the highest of international standards to provide flowing indoor/outdoor Northern living with pool. Entry opening to sitting room with open fire place, kitchen and family living/dining room opening seamlessly poolside, guest W/C and laundry. Upstairs: Master bedroom with dressing room and bathroom, 2 further bedrooms with walk in robes, bathroom and study. Other features include double garage with 2nd study anex and all close to the epicurean delights of High Street.

Auction Saturday 1st May at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 12.00 - 12.30pm & Saturday from 11.30am Call Greg Herman 0411 473 307 Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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PRAHRAN 40 Chomley Street Stunning, fully renovated, double-fronted, four bedroom Victorian family residence with superb ambiance and award winning kitchen opening to delightful courtyard garden. Comprising: 4 well proportioned bedrooms, main with ensuite and walk in robes, generous main bathroom and expansive family room opening to rear garden. Heating and cooling throughout and 2-3 cars off street parking through auto gates.

Auction Saturday 15th May at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Thursday 12.00 - 12.30pm Saturday 11.00 - 11.45am Call Simon Hicks 0413 713 000 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 OfďŹ ce 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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EAST MELBOURNE 56 Agnes Street Stunning contemporary Robert Mills designed town residence with large elevated entertaining terrace, only minutes walk to the MCG, the city and parklands. Features: Entrance, powder room, formal lounge, hostess kitchen/family room opening onto large terrace with city views, 3 generous double bedrooms (main with walk in robe and ensuite), main bathroom, separate laundry, home ofďŹ ce/theatre, double lock up garage and heating/cooling.

Expressions of Interest Closing Monday 10th May at 5.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wed 2.00 - 2.30pm & 6.00 - 6.30pm, Sat 11.00 - 11.30am Call Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 David Colbran 0418 348 481 OfďŹ ce 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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MELBOURNE 102 Little Lonsdale Street Footprint of city residential, Marisa Sillitto’s home of 35 years is for sale. Reflecting her Italian heritage, an elegant three-storey palazetto in the CBD, this unique house also provides both privacy and security. Situated in the most desirable Spring Street end of the city on 108m2 of land with rear right-of-way, this property offers unlimited possibilities (STCA) to convert to retail, restaurant or office. Perhaps even a developer’s prey.

Auction Saturday 8th May at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) View By Appointment Thursday & Saturday 3.00 - 3.30pm Call Greg Herman 0411 473 307 Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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TOORAK 5 Merriwee Crescent ‘As-new’ home in the classical English tradition close to schools, public transport and Kooyong Village. On landscaped gardens of 701m2 with terrace and deck areas and underground parking for 3 cars. Study, formal sitting and dining, powder room, kitchen and large family room opening to rear terrace and garden. Large laundry with W/C opens to service courtyard. Upstairs: Master bedroom with ensuite and dressing room, 2 additional bedrooms and family bathroom and 4th guest bedroom with ensuite. Heating and cooling and storage.

Auction Saturday 8th May at 1.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm Call Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 Anthony Grimwade 0418 382 226 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

SOUTH YARRA 281 Williams Road An outstanding 1930’s classic art deco family home situated on approximately 12,500 sqft in the Como Estate. Features: Entrance portico to grand foyer leading to sitting room, dining room, study, sun room and powder room. Large living room opening to Northern terrace, kitchen and meals area and laundry. Staff/guest flat with bedroom, sitting room and bathroom. Upstairs: Master bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe, 3 additional double bedrooms and family bathroom. Double garage, with access through to rear garden, cellar and storage.

Auction Saturday 8th May at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.45pm Call Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 Greg Herman 0411 473 307 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


TOORAK 13 Devorgilla Avenue Fantastic opportunity to renovate this double storey family home or luxury newhome site, 2 townhouses or 2 flats (STCA) in this highly prized location close to major schools, transport and Toorak Village. Features: 3 bedrooms (main with ensuite), family bathroom, formal dining room, spacious North facing living room overlooking private Northern garden with pool, separate kitchen and double carport. Land: 15.24m x 30.48m – 464m2 (5,000sqft) approx.

Auction Saturday 8th May at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Call Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

TOORAK 1/23 Washington Street Beautifully designed and appointed North-West facing private ground floor apartment with inground pool/spa. Grand entrance hall, huge open plan lounge, dining and kitchen with high ceilings throughout and all opening to North facing terrace garden, master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and walk in robe, 2 further bedrooms each with ensuite bathroom and 1 with built in robe, study, triple lock up garage, store room/cellar and lift access.

Expressions of Interest Closing Monday 24th May at 1.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Saturday 2.00 - 2.45pm Call Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


ARMADALE 9 Seymour Avenue This stunning double fronted Victorian family residence is a unique blend of style and privacy only moments to vibrant High Street and Glenferrie Road, shops, cafes, restaurants, schools, parklands and transport. Featuring: Entrance hall, formal lounge, gourmet kitchen, family room opening to North Facing terrace, 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, ducted heating, air conditioning, polished floors and double garage.

Auction Saturday 15th May at 1.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Call Phillip French 0411 090 987 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

ARMADALE 7 Inverness Avenue “Mayville” Expertly renovated, this home offers Period appeal with a stylish contemporary interior. Polished boards to living/dining rooms, well equipped Euro kitchen to family room and Sean Godsell architect designed rear garden. Upstairs: 3 BRs and a central bathroom. Alarm system, hydronic heat, evaporative cool, built in BBQ and storage. High Street, Glenferrie Road, schools (including Armadale Primary) transport, Union Street park and Armadale station all close by. Auction View Call Office

Saturday 8th May at 1.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday 1.00 - 1.30pm & Saturday 2.00 - 2.30pm Anthony Grimwade 0418 382 226 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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PRAHRAN 82/4 Sydney Street Stunning, secure, elevated, 8th floor, balconied apartment with spectacular views over Melbourne CBD, Port Phillip Bay and situated only a minute’s walk to shops, parklands and transport. Comprising: Entrance foyer, large open plan living/dining room, kitchen with meals area, 2 generous bedrooms, main with walk in robe and ensuite, main bathroom, separate powder room, storage, single undercover car space and intercom.

Auction Saturday 1st May at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Thursday 12.00 - 12.30pm Saturday from 10.30am Call Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 Karl Luff 0437 072 056 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

RICHMOND 38 Gardner Street Victorian Renovator. Sensational single fronted Victorian weather board with pretty facade, corner position, ready for restoration. Ideally located close to Bridge Road restaurants and shopping, Victoria Gardens, public transport, Yarra Bend parks and bike trails and all city amenities. Comprises: 2 bedrooms, open plan living, high ceilings and rear court yard with North/West aspect. NOTE: Potential car access via Little Kent Street.

Auction Saturday 8th May at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm Call Mellisa Rigter 0433 247 784 Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


GLEN IRIS 1459 High Street This classic Edwardian residence is an exceptional opportunity to establish a family lifestyle in the heart of Glen Iris. Only moments to High Street shopping, cafes, restaurants, respected schools, transport and easy access to the city via the Monash Freeway. Featuring: Formal entry, lounge with open fire place, separate dining, modern kitchen, meals, family room with open fire place, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, hydronic heating, air-conditioning, polished floors, North facing outdoor entertaining with gas heating, swimming pool, 6 car off street parking and electric gates.

CLOSING THIS FRIDAY

Auction View Call Office

Saturday 22nd May at 2.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday & Saturday 2.00 - 2.30pm Phillip French 0411 090 987 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

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TOORAK 49 Irving Road

TOORAK 2 Gordon Street

Toorak’s finest town residence on approx 7,000 sqft. Formal sitting room, grand dining, fitted study, kitchen, informal dining and family room opening to courtyard garden. Upstairs: Master bedroom with 2 dressing rooms and marble bathroom, 2 further bedrooms with bathrooms. Lift, triple garaging and security.

This period home offers outstanding possibilities for renovation/redevelopment. With an 18 meter frontage, options include: new home site or development opportunity (STCA). Or renovate the existing brick 4 bedroom home close to both Toorak and Hawksburn Villages and transport. Land size 391m2 approx.

Expressions of Interest Closing Friday 30th April at 12.00pm View Strictly By Appointment Wednesday 1.00 - 1.30pm Call Greg Herman 0411 473 307 Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

Auction View Call Office

Saturday 1st May at 1.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday 2.00 - 2.30pm & Saturday from 12.30pm Anthony Grimwade 0418 382 226 Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


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TOORAK 4/568 Toorak Road

SOUTH YARRA 9/209 Domain Road

Beautifully presented double storey town residence offering formal living room with OFP, separate dining, stylish kitchen, 3 BRs, powder room, modern bathroom and large private courtyard garden. SLUG, gas ducted heat and air cond. Close to Toorak Village shops, cafes and transport.

1st floor apartment opposite the Botanic Gardens, close to restaurants, transport, Toorak Road and city. L-shaped living /dining opening to balcony, kitchen, master BR (BIRs), 2nd BR also (BIR) and central bathroom. Remote control garage, hydronic heat throughout, air-cond and central hot water.

Auction View Call Office

Auction View Call Office

Saturday 22nd May at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) Thursday 12.00 - 12.30 & Saturday 3.00 - 3.30pm Phillip French 0411 090 987 Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

Saturday 1st May at 2.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday 12.00 - 12.30pm & Saturday from 1.30pm David Colbran 0418 348 481 Will Cooper 0409 963 204 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

SOUTH YARRA 4/2 Pasley Street

CAMBERWELL 71 Radnor Street

‘Fawkner Park’ Ideally located directly opposite Fawkner Park, this first floor renovated 2 bedroom apartment has magnificent views directly over parkland with off street parking.

Contemporary family home only moments to schools, Burke Road, parklands and transport. Lounge, sep dining, modern kitchen, family/meals opening to North facing garden, 4 BRs, master with WIR and ensuite, main bathroom, ducted heating, pool, double carport and further OSP. Land size: 696m2.

Auction View Call Office

Auction View Call Office

Saturday 22nd May at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am David Colbran 0418 348 481 Will Cooper 0409 963 204 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

Saturday 8th May at 2.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Thursday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Karl Luff 0437 072 056 Phillip French 0411 090 987 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


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NORTH MELBOURNE 105/150 Peel Street

TOORAK 404/1 Wallace Avenue

As-new apartment located minutes to the CBD, Queen Victoria Market and transport. 2 well sized bedrooms, main bathroom, separate toilet, study, kitchen overlooking lounge/dining opening to balcony. Intercom security and basement carpark.

4th floor West facing apartment with views, opposite the Toorak Village. Formal lounge and dining, kitchen overlooking casual dining, 2 bedrooms, main with terrace, walk in robe and ensuite, 2nd bathroom and study/3rd bedroom. 2 basement carparks, storage, laundry, resort facilities and caretaker.

Auction View Call Office

Private Sale View Wednesday 12.00 - 12.30pm & Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am Call Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

Saturday 1st May at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday 11.00 - 11.30am & Saturday from 11.30am Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 Anthony Grimwade 0418 382 226 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

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36 Tuxen Street BALWYN NORTH First time offered in over 60 years this lovingly cared for post war three bedroom home comprises large lounge/dining room, family room, kitchen with meals area, ducted heating, cooling and lock up garage with workshop & carport. Boasting city views on a near level site of: 1,000 SQM APPROXIMATELY (66 x 165 ft / 20.1 x 50.3 m approx.) This is an ideal opportunity to renovate or build a luxury new home (STCA) in arguably one of Balwyn North始s highest and most sought after locations.

SITUATED ONLY A SHORT WALK TO DONCASTER ROAD TRAM AND IN THE BALWYN HIGH SCHOOL ZONE.

278 High Street Kew

9854 8888

AUCTION Saturday 8 May at 12:30 pm INSPECT Thursday & Saturday 1-1:30 pm CONTACT Nick Whyte 0417 131 153 & Bruce Bonnett 0418 333 042

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KOOYONG 6 Mernda Road

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The gift of creativity. Displaying painstaking attention to detail and superb conceptual planning, this outstanding new home is a masterpiece for today´s lifestyle. Secure in a quiet tree-lined street near Kooyong Park, privately positioned behind its neighbour, its spectacularly spacious living and entertainment areas open through a wall of windows to a vast alfresco terrace and garden featuring a dramatic lap pool. The home also boasts lift access to both the 2 main living floors from the basement with a double garage, store and gym/theatre. The spacious main bedroom features a spectacular dressing room plus a fully tiled ensuite. There are 3 more impressive bedrooms on the upper level, 1 with WIR and ensuite, the other 2 with BIRs, and a 3rd luxurious bathroom This quiet street offers quick access to Melbourne´s most exclusive private schools, South Eastern Freeway, Kooyong Station and trams in Glenferrie and Toorak roads. Auction

Saturday 15 May at 11am

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Price on Application

Inspect

Thurs 6-6.30pm & Sat 4-4.30pm

Land

600 sq m approx.

Melway

59 D4

Contact

Rob Alcock 0416 010 341 Tim Heavyside 0403 020 404

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244 Canterbury Road, Canterbury 9836 2222


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SURREY HILLS 6 Langford Street Without Equal. If you love period style homes but demand not only luxurious modern conveniences but also the confidence that a new home provides, 6 Langford Street is unmatched. Without excess and created with faultless taste by its perfectly qualified owners, this 2 year old home is indistinguishable from a superlatively updated Victorian era residence. Near Whitehorse Road´s tram, shops and Chatham Primary School, the home offers a wide frontage, return verandah and delicately leadlighted front door. It opens to an impressively wide central hallway with an arch and leading past the formal living room and 4 spacious bedrooms to the stunning open-plan kitchen-meals area-family room with a wall of windows to a verandah and heated quartzon pool. The kitchen includes caesar stone benches, Miele appliances including a coffee maker, plus a walk-in pantry with sink. Also; ducted refrigerated air-cond, 3.6 metre ceilings. Breathtaking! Auction

Saturday 15 May at 1pm

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Price on Application

Inspect

Thurs 1.30-2pm & 5-5.30pm & Sat 3-3.30pm

Land

20.42m x 41.46m - 846 sq m approx.

Melway

46 H9

Contact

Tim Heavyside 0403 020 404 Jennifer Ellett 0403 805 044

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244 Canterbury Road, Canterbury 9836 2222


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HAWTHORN EAST 8 Eastern Place SECRET WAREHOUSE OF URBAN DIVERSITY. Unlock this well-kept secret of Hawthorn East, a magnificent warehouse and a world of desires. Discreetly located down a cobbled lane, cloaked in a cascading hedge, the saw-toothed, brick building offers a large, ground floor office space with amenities, a stunning first floor, 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom apartment and a 4 car lock up garage. Zoned ´B1 Mixed Use´ opens the doors to commercial and domestic use the potential to develop the site is palpable. A truly unique and magnificent offering in the heart of beautiful Hawthorn East close to Camberwell Junction, schools, shops and transport...let the doves fly free.

Auction View Call Office

Ashburton D Bentleigh D Blackburn D Camberwell D Carlton D Carnegie D Caulfield D Elsternwick D Hawthorn D Mt Waverley D Oakleigh D Toorak

Thursday 27 May at 1.00 Sat 2-2.30pm & Thur 5-5.30pm Tony Nathan 0412 285 066 Simon Byrne 0413 701 444 590 Burwood Road Hawthorn 9818 3456

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HAWTHORN EAST 17 Burgess Street In a highly coveted position providing countless lifestyle incentives is this classic cream brick residence on a generous established garden allotment boasting the much preferred northerly rear orientation. An elevated location just a short stroll to Auburn South Primary School, Hawthorn Secondary College and John Gardiner Reserve sets a tremendous tone of convenience. This handsome 1950s home is meticulously presented in original condition conveying character, charm and comfort while delivering undeniable potential to superbly renovated and extend or consider rebuilding and create a luxurious dream residence (STCA) to fully capitalize on the 550m² allotment (approx). Includes three bedrooms, sizable living (OFP) and dining rooms, fabulous kitchen and meals nook, central bathroom, laundry, ducted heating, sunfilled rear garden and DLUG.

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2 Saturday 15 May at 11.00 Thu 5.30-6.00 & Sat 11-11.30am Andrew Chapman 0412 280 773 Simon Byrne 0413 701 444 590 Burwood Road Hawthorn 9818 3456

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HAWTHORN 6/176 Power Street TOP OF THE POPS. Beautifully renovated rear top floor Strata Title apartment in this Hawthorn landmark block. Comprising: intercom security to wide hallway, open plan living with North facing balcony, two double bedrooms (BIR´s), magnificent kitchen with meals area, new bathroom with laundry, separate toilet. Other features include floating floors, reverse cycle air conditioning and car space on title. Close to everything Hawthorn has to offer including train & tram, shops, restaurants, parklands and easy access into the C.B.D.

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Ashburton D Bentleigh D Blackburn D Camberwell D Carlton D Carnegie D Caulfield D Elsternwick D Hawthorn D Mt Waverley D Oakleigh D Toorak

1 Thu & Sat 2.00-2.30 Tony Nathan 0412 285 066 Simon Byrne 0413 701 444 590 Burwood Road Hawthorn 9818 3456

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KEW 3/99 Earl Street In an exclusive block of only four, this attractive modern townhouse is imbued with a peaceful ambience, plenty of natural light and elevated exterior aspects. A choice of fabulous alfresco areas is offered to new owners further enhancing the enormous appeal of what is without doubt an exceptional investment and a superb lowmaintenance home. The highly desirable seclusion and privacy complements enviable convenience where a host of excellent amenities are all located close by - park across the street, shops and eateries around the corner, transport at the doorstep and EastLink not far away. Includes two double bedrooms (main with WIR), fitted study area, lovely living room, dining area opening to northfacing entertainment terrace, well-appointed kitchen, bright bathroom, laundry, gas heating, parquetry floor, courtyard gardens and LUG.

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1 Saturday 15 May at 12.00 Sat & Thur 12-12.30pm Liz Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Sullivan 0407 880 754 Andrew Chapman 0412 280 773 Simon Byrne 0413 701 444 590 Burwood Road Hawthorn 9818 3456

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ORMOND 1-6/25 Holloway Street Make this property the jewel in the crown of your investment portfolio! Hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an exceptional opportunity to become the owner of this well maintained 2-storey block. To be sold as one, this boutique block of six strata titled apartments features: 2 x 3bedroom with two bathrooms & 4 x 2 bedroom apartments - all with courtyards or balconies & car parking. Securely tenanted, delightfully spacious, exceptionally comfortable & low maintenance, these smartly renovated apartments are located in leafy peacefulness near Ormond village shops, transport & amenities. Sit back and enjoy reaping the rewards of this up and coming area. * Land approx 969sqm (10,428sqft)

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Ashburton D Bentleigh D Blackburn D Camberwell D Carlton D Carnegie D Caulfield D Elsternwick D Hawthorn D Mt Waverley D Oakleigh D Toorak

1 Thursday 20 May at 2.00 Thu & Sat 2.00-2.30 Juanita Kelly 0419 589 724 Aaron Goode 0438 337 495 370 Glenhuntly Road Elsternwick 9519 8333

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$    " " "# North West corner sub-penthouse apartment with open plan spacious lounge/dining room flowing onto amazing private entertainment & viewing area, gorgeous family room with casual meals, state-of-the-art marble & granite kitchen, breakfast/serving bar & Gaggenau stainless steel appliances, master bedrm with WIRs & adjacent marble bathrm, study/3rd bedoorm, central bathrm, separate lndry, RC heating & cooling, double remote garage, sep lock up storage. Building feat: indoor pool, spa, sauna, gym plus resident caretaker.  #$    !$   !  !$  $   2 2 2 Toorak 9826 0000, Susan Wolper 0418 505 518, Rodney Morley 0418 321 222

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577 & 579 INKERMAN ROAD

YOUR CHOICE - LET YOUR IMAGINATION RUN WILD WITH POSSIBILITIES Two prime sites available separately or as a whole. Each allotment offers approx 480 qm of prime real estate. Ideal for new home sites or multi unit development (STCA). The purchaser of the western allotment has first right of refusal to purchase the eastern allotment.

INSPECT WEDNESDAY 12.30-1, SATURDAY & SUNDAY 2.15-3PM AUCTION SUNDAY 16TH MAY AT 12 & 12.15PM Toorak 9826 0000, Naomi Dorevitch 0408 326 747, Rodney Morley 0418 321 222

CAULFIELD 9525 9222 203 Balaclava Road

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BALWYN

12 Erne Street

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Corner Position with Family Focus Sitting slightly elevated with a corner position & being craftsman built in 1952 is this neat & tidy cream brick veneer 3 bedroom family home. Comp: wide entrance hall, through to a large size lounge & dining room with open fire place. There are 3 good size bedrooms with a family bathroom plus large ensuite to main. The kitchen is spacious & with loads of cupboard space which is sure to please. Also there is a good size south / east facing sunroom overlooking the family rear garden & with access to the double car accommodation & garden shed. Features reverse cycle air con & heating, plus good size outdoor spaces. Close to shops, bus, train & tram with Mont Albert primary school virtually at your doorstep. Land irregular: 700 sqm approx. Auction: Open: Contact: Office:

Saturday 1st May at 11.00am Thu 11.00-11.30am & Sat 10.30-11am Anthony Panayi 0430 464 111 Chris Ewart 0419 897 979 1161 Burke Road Kew 9817 0123

CAMBERWELL

13 Jervis Street

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MUST BE SOLD! The understated exterior of the home gives no clues as to the scope of extensions & renovations that have transformed this stunning 4 bedroom plus study contemporary home. The home has been reinvented for modern family living & entertaining. The impressively wide hallway leads to the expertly designed kitchen & spacious dining/living area. The outdoor undercover area opens from the living room through cafĂŠ doors & presents a northerly tree top view. A home theatre/ rumpus room on the lower level with exterior deck provides further living space. With 3 bathrooms, ducted heating, evaporative cooling & generous carport, this magnificent home is within easy distance of station, shops, schools & parkland. NOTE: Land 948 sqm approx. Auction: Price: Open: Contact: Office:

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Saturday 1st May at 11am $1,400,000 plus Thu 11-11.30am & Sat 10.30-11am Margaret Clarke 0438 575 363 72a Doncaster Road Balwyn North 9859 9517


SURREY HILLS

1/8 Albion Street

Apartment in Peaceful Garden Setting Highly sought after but rarely available is this spacious, solid brick ground floor apartment in a beautiful part of Surrey Hills. Relax and enjoy the fabulous garden with established trees from the privacy of your apartment. Comprises: Lounge, two bedrooms with built in robes, generous kitchen with laundry facilities, bathroom and lock up garage. Superbly located in a lovely tree lined street, close to train stations, city tram, schools and shops. Local parks include Wattle Park with its beautiful walking tracks and golf course. A great opportunity for first home buyers and astute investors.

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711/539 St Kilda Road

Chevron Still The Place To Be Auction: Price: Open: Contact:

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Saturday 8 May at 12.30pm $340,000 $370,000 Thurs & Saturday 11.00-11.30am Choon Chieh 0412 128 886 Russell Turner 0419 955 655 1161 Burke Rd Kew 9817 0123

Once the 1970s nightspot de jour, the legendary Chevron is proving itself still in demand in its recent incarnation as Chevron Green, an inspirational near city development. Apartment 711 has been customised to offer substantial storage and additional kitchen work space to enhance this already practical and stylish arena for apartment dwelling and entertaining. Spacious bedroom, stunning bathroom, light bright kitchen and living area plus versatile balcony are augmented by entry hall, Euro laundry, heating /cooling, parking space and storage cage .Also pool, gym, visitor parking, roof top space with barbeques, putting green and ultimate New York style cityscape.

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by appointment Julie Arrowsmith 0417 487 234 72a Doncaster Road Balwyn North 9859 9517

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Albert Park 36 Young Street Auction Price Inspect Contact Office

Sat 15 May 11.30am POA Sat 10.30-11am Karl Gillon 0411 746 746 Jeremy Pytel 0425 004 033 27 Victoria Avenue Albert Park 9699 5155

B2b1C1

Beaumaris 367 Balcombe Road Classic and Contemporary Perfectly positioned in picturesque Albert Park, this charming home blends delightful period features with flawless modern updates. Within, discover two spacious bedrooms with ornate open fireplaces, sun-drenched open living, dining and kitchen with stainless steel appliances concluding with a delightful rear courtyard garden.

Auction Price Inspect Contact Office

Sat 8 May 12.00 noon $1,100,000 - $1,200,000 Wed 12.30-1pm & Sat 11.45-12.15pm Mathew Cox 0413 102 224 Glenn Thompson 0420 997 275 99 Charman Road Mentone 9583 9811

B4b3C2

A dramatic new level of beachside living Step beyond an auto-gated carport & cutting-edge facade to find a dramatic 3 BR plus study, 3 bathrm plan with free-flowing dual living zones, soaring al fresco area & balconied master level with a vast desk-fitted retreat. Hydronic heating, reverse-cycle air-con & video-entry. This exciting home even extends its innovation outside with a glass-fenced pool & even a designer cubby!

Bentleigh East 7B Roselyn Crescent

Black Rock 3/53 Fourth Street

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Auction Price Inspect Contact

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Sat 15 May 1.30pm $730,000-$780,000 Wed 12.45-1.15pm & Sat as advertised Leigh Gardam 0416 149 422 269 Centre Road Bentleigh 9563 9933

B 3 b 2+ C 2

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Curvaceous Zone quality in the Crescent Don’t go round the bend searching for a home in the Zone, this is the one! This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home curves around the bend of a sought-after crescent to offer lounge & dining opening to a north-facing covered deck, a groundfloor master-suite & all the features you’re crazy about – including CaesarStone, Blanco appliances, rev-cycle air-con & auto-garage!

Office

Sat 22 May 12.30pm Contact Agent Wed 5.30-6pm & Sat 1.15-1.45pm Romana Altman 0414 804 270 Mark Earle 0419 310 707 7 Bay Road Sandringham 9598 8222

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Secluded single-level spectacular! Beyond auto-gates & a dramatic dual heated tiled pool on approx 6,092sqft/566sqm, this architectdesigned 3 bedrm, 2.5 bathrm home showcases living & dining around an Emporite & Baumatic kitchen, a quiet wing of courtyard-view bedrms (including sublime master-suite) & decking to an al fresco kitchen, sauna & spa. WIth every luxury plus dbl garage, this is a single-level Spectacular!


Brighton 27 Arthur Avenue Auction Inspect Contact Office

Sat 8 May 1.30pm Wed 1.15-1.45pm & Sat as advertised Bert Stewart 0418 350 199 Mark Healey 0419 523 458 56 Church Street Brighton 9592 8000

B5b3C2

Brighton 40 Black Street Park, cul-de-sac & gracious living! A coveted court is out front, Whyte St. park is behind & 5 bedrooms plus study & 3 bathrooms, dual living period beauty is between. Capturing a breathtaking park panorama beyond a fully-tiled pool & spa, this superbly-located home has all the family comforts (including auto garaging) & scope to upgrade further to capitalise on this premier parkside position.

Brighton 108 Dendy Street Auction Price Inspect Contact Office

Sat 8 May 12.30pm $1,200,000 - $1,350,000 Wed 12.30-1pm & Sat as advertised David Hart 0417 541 933 Halli Moore 0403 777 661 56 Church Street Brighton 9592 8000

B3b2C2

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Auction Inspect Contact Office

Sat 15 May 1.30pm Wed 1-1.30pm & Sat as advertised Chris Carrington 0418 588 148 Leigh Hallamore 0418 310 724 56 Church Street Brighton 9592 8000

B3b2C1

Rare potential, remarkable Victorian One of the last great renovation opportunities 1 block to Church St., this substantial Victorian is divided into 2 dwellings with potential to return to a traditional 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom plan with fine formal rooms & family living. Set on bluestone footings, topped by a slate roof & wrapped by a wrought-iron return verandah, this is your chance to make history.

Brighton 35/149 Male Street Sun-soaked single-level style! With sun, space & sophisticated style, this standalone 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom single-level home is something special! Fronting Champion St in north-facing gardens, this sophisticated home showcases a casual area around a CaesarStone & elite Euro kitchen, plush lounge & dining around a Travertine gas-fire, a fitted home-office & extras including double garage.

Auction Inspect Contact Office

Sat 15 May 11.00am Wed 12.30-1pm & Sat as advertised Halli Moore 0403 777 661 David Hart 0417 541 933 56 Church Street Brighton 9592 8000

B3b3C2

Low-maintenance living â&#x20AC;&#x201C; high on style 3 bedrooms & study, 3 bathrooms & 2 suites, this 3-level home stands tall above a double garage to offer a courtyard-view suite, mid-level living with Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Stone & Miele kitchen & bi-folds to wide balcony, & a soaring top-floor master-level. With all the luxuries including automated lighting, this is the cutting-edge lock-&-leave design on the edge of Bay St.


Brighton East 34 Pine Street

Hampton 26 Holyrood Street

Auction Inspect

Auction Price Inspect Contact

Contact Office

Sat 8 May 11.00am Wed 2-2.30pm & Sat as advertised Bert Stewart 0418 350 199 Halli Moore 0403 777 661 56 Church Street Brighton 9592 8000

B3b1C2

Front up for a bright future This brilliantly located property offers 849.3sqm/9142sqft of prime Brighton East land on which to build your dream home less than 2 minutes’ walk to Dendy Village. With top schools and Church Street shops nearby, the existing 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom timber house could be lived in while your architect draws up plans for a stunning new home to do the location proud.

Office

Sat 15 May 12.30pm Contact Agent Wed & Sat 12-12.30pm Christian Hegarty 0409 449 948 James Everitt 0421 444 450 7 Bay Road Sandringham 9598 8222

B 5+ b 4 C 2

Hampton/Brighton Beach 1/9 Hoyt Street

Hampton 6 Wave Street

Auction Inspect

Auction Price Inspect Contact

Contact Office

Sat 8 May 12.00 noon Wed 2.45-3.15pm & Sat as advertised Bert Stewart 0418 350 199 Halli Moore 0403 777 661 56 Church Street Brighton 9592 8000

B4b2C2

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Buried treasure in the Brighton Beach precinct 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, around 4450sqft/414sqm of land & 1 blue-chip position – count up the benefits & relax …or add value! Set in still-generous gardens, this single-level rear home offers master-suite with WIR, light-filled dual living, double garaging & a prized Brighton Beach precinct address.

Office

Sat 8 May 1.30pm $880,000 - $950,000 Wed 1.15-1.45pm & Sat 11.45-12.15pm Mark Earle 0419 310 707 Fallon Page 0412 956 084 7 Bay Road Sandringham 9598 8222

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Styled for beachside family lifestyle! Showcasing professional design expertise within an expansive 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom plan, this designer original features formal, family & 1st-flr zones, a media room, al fresco area & pool-pavilion. With a spectacular fully-tiled pool beyond glass fencing & thru-access double garaging beyond Moroccan-style gates, this is designer style for a stylish beachside lifestyle.

Edwardian to enhance, land to love! One of the increasingly rare unrenovated Edwardians at this Hampton Hill address, this 3 bedrm home is an exciting renovation project with a bay-windowed lounge plus a 2nd living room beside a neat kitchen. Open this time capsule or open wide this prime approx 5,000sqft/458sqm site & build to take advantage of this elevated position within a few blocks of Hampton St.


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Sat 8 May 11.30am $1,350,000 - $1,450,000 Wed & Sat 11-11.30am Peter Hickey 0412 569 480 Karl Gillon 0411 746 746 7 Bay Road Sandringham 9598 8222

B 4 b 2+ C 4

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Sized up Edwardian, steps from the sand! In sun-drenched seaside, northerly gardens, this generous up to 4 bedrm, 2.5 bathrm Edwardian offers a bay-windowed lounge, north-facing family living with bi-folds & a 2nd dining area beside the CaesarStone & Smeg kitchen. With a balconied master-suite & all the extrasâ&#x20AC;Śincluding front parking plus 2 auto-gated rear carports & a gym/ retreat beside a secure workshop.


  

        

   

   






 

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BALWYN 46 Winmalee Road

IDEAL FAMILY PERSPECTIVE Prominent St Mary´s Mount Estate residence of 47 squares approx offering light-filled interiors of generous dimensions, excellent entertaining possibilities and impressive views to Mt Macedon. Refined formal sitting and dining rooms (gas OFP), fitted study, granite kitchen and informal living and dining domain extending to a broad rear garden. 5 double bedrooms, 3 X WIRs, 2 x BIRs, main with spa ensuite. 3 additional bathrooms, sauna room. Rumpus/entertainment zone. Double garage. Balwyn High zone.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 1st May at 11am $1,800,000 - $1,900,000 Thur 12.30-1pm & Sat from 10.30am Mark Read 0402 215 841 James Scoones 0413 872 558 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road


CAMBERWELL 45 Cooloongatta Road

PUTTING FAMILY FIRST AND FOREMOST An impressively appointed, fully renovated floor-plan offering genuine 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom accommodation means this superbly presented residence is a hugely desirable family destination. Formal sitting room with built-in bar precedes huge light-filled living/dining featuring designer kitchen with granite surfaces and integrated dish-washer. Surround sound inside and out enhances entertaining options offered by fabulous decked pavilion above landscaped garden dimensions. Optional upstairs or downstairs main bedroom, each with en suite and walk-in robes, reflects exceptional family thinking, as does generous upstairs additional living/study space. Ducted heating and air conditioning, 3000L water tank, intelligent irrigation system and automatic gates to garage. Outstanding!

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT

This Sat at 1pm Price On Application Thur 12-12.30/Sat From 12.30 620 sqm (approx) Helga Fialides 0411 631 200 David Gillham 0411 518 672 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road


SURREY HILLS 15 Windsor Crescent

CRAFTSMAN BUILT ON A GRAND SCALE This executive home offers impressive indoor-outdoor entertaining areas and luxurious appointments throughout. Marble entry, formal sitting & dining area, spacious study, home theatre wired for projector and surround sound, expansive casual living & dining, marble & imperite kitchen with Meile appliances overlooks landscaped gardens with paved courtyard, 4 bedrooms two with WIR and ensuite. Features: slate roof, stained European oak timber floor, fully ducted air-conditioning and heating (two systems), high ceilings, full height internal imperite doors, video intercom, double remote garage, wrought iron fence, alarm, ducted vacuum, walk to Surrey Hills Station, shops and much more .

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 1st May at 10am $2,000,000 - $2,100,000 Thur 12.45-1.15pm Sat from 9.30am John Bradbury 0413 772 778 Mark Rathgeber 0419 334 334 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road


BALWYN 58 Banool Road

STYLISH & SUBSTANTIAL A magnificent garden courtyard with lush, raised plantings provides the living and entertaining focus for this impeccably renovated modern family residence. Around it, inspired design has created a cleverly zoned floorplan enjoying abundant northerly light and sophisticated contemporary styling close to Beckett Park, transport and Balwyn Village. Comprises generous living, stunning marble/Miele kitchen overlooking dining, 4 bedrooms (BIRs, main with ensuite/WIR), powder room, 2nd living/rumpus, large family bathroom. Ample storage, remote double garage (internal access), OSP. Balwyn High School zone.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 8th May at 1pm $1,480,000 - $1,580,000 Thur 11.45am-12.15pm Sat 2-2.45pm Mark Read 0402 215 841 Michael Nolan 0418 546 118 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

BALWYN NORTH 34 Sunburst Avenue

656M² IN COVETED LOCATION The pride of ownership in this 7 room clinker brick home with 30 yr old extension is obvious but the prime position and the 656m² allotment may be the main attraction to builders and developers. In a leafy avenue in the heart of North Balwyn only a short walk to the Village Shops, Doncaster Rd tram, Bulleen Rd bus and within Balwyn High zone. Nestled in a tranquil garden with a matching tiled double carport at the front of the house, accommodation comprises: Ent. hall, lounge, d/d to sep. dining room (both OFP´s), bright central kitchen, 2 bedrooms in original section, renovated bathroom, sep. laundry & toilet. Two-level addition comprises of 3rd bedroom, 2nd bathrm & cosy yet spacious downstairs family room opening to rear garden and covered outdoor entertaining area. BV studio/bungalow with ensuite. Single lock up garage/storeroom. Gas ducted heating.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT KEW

Sat 15th May at 2pm $1m - $1.1m Thur 1-1.30pm & Sat 11-11.30am 15.2m x 43.1m approx John Cokalis 0411 184 124 Bruce Severns 0413 744 998 9817 4535 / 150 Cotham Road


BALWYN NORTH 43 Severn Street

IMPECCABLE FAMILY ENVIRONS Distinguished by its generous accommodation, flawless presentation and light filled corner position, this stylish contemporary home presents superior quality family living and entertaining just metres from sought after Balwyn High School and Macleay Park. Polished timber floors introduce elegant formal living and dining, study and open plan informal living/ dining incorporating smart, granite kitchen with smeg/ Bosch appointments. Upstairs features 4 bedrooms (BIRs), the master suite with ensuite/ WIR, landing sitting, family bathroom. Impressive alfresco dining (built in BBQ), established garden, workshop/ storage. Lock up garage (Moody Street), double carport, OSP.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 15th May at 1pm $1,200,000 - $1,300,000 Thur 11.45am-12.15pm Sat 11-11.45am James Bateman 0438 110 744 Mark Rathgeber 0419 334 334 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

BURWOOD 5 Emmy Court

REFINEMENT, RELAXATION, RECREATION! This sophisticated four bedroom, two bathroom contemporary home enjoys instant access to Wattle Park Public Golf Course and the leafy expanses and bike paths of Wattle Park itself! Idyllic interior dimensions including large formal living/dining areas and light-filled informal counterparts overlooking designer decking and a landscaped courtyard. Gleaming dark granite benches and quality European appliances enhance a stylish open-plan kitchen. Upstairs a sunny third living zone with inviting terrace is surrounded by four bedrooms featuring main bedroom with double shower en suite. Second bathroom confirms fabulous attention to detail throughout a home offered fully furnished and further defined by refrigerated cooling, central heating and double garage

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT

Sat 8th May at 11am Price On Application Thur 1-1.30pm & Sat 12.30-1.15pm 303 (sqm approx) Andrew De Angelis 0402 039 342 David Gillham 0411 518 672 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road


BURWOOD 60 Montpellier Road

BRAND NEW, BRILLIANTLY DESIGNED The just completed spaces of this brilliantly designed residence illustrate an acute awareness of how a home can help make modern life easy. Generous downstairs living/dining features Blackbutt floors, kitchen with European appliances, stone benches & sliding doors to refined rear deck. Luxurious main bedroom with ensuite and study/4th bedroom downstairs adds flexibility to two upstairs bedrooms, superb spa bathroom & versatile light-filled additional lounge. 2000L water tank, intercom, ducted vacuum, ducted heating/refrigerated A/C & auto double garage complement a smart contemporary concept moments walk from local schools & a short distance to Chadstone shopping centre and Deakin University.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT

This Sat at 1pm Price On Application Thur 11-11.30am/ Sat From 12.30pm Sue Wooldridge 0413 476 674 Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

CAMBERWELL 3 Dower Street

MAGNETIC ATTRACTION! This three bedroom home´s immaculate spaces provide a captivating combination of beautifully preserved originality and modern appeal. Polished floors, timber trim, lead-light windows and a working fire-place accompany a charming sitting room, its period mood matched by spacious dining room. Sky-lit smeg kitchen precedes north-facing family room, superb under-cover Merbau decking and manicured garden. 2300L water tank, tandem garage with work-shop. All ideally located to quality schools & walking distance from Through Road shops & Riversdale Road tram.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT

Sat 8th May at 11am Price On Application Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat 11-11.30am 15.3 x37.9 approx Sue Wooldridge 0413 476 674 Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road


CAMBERWELL 32 Dower Street

POTENTIAL IS A RICH RESOURCE Accompanied by a substantial allotment between Wattle Park and Through Road shops, this classically comfortable three bedroom Californian´s tempting readiness for renovation and extension is matched by equally enticing redevelopment prospects, STCA, raised by the impressive block. Lead-light windows, Baltic pine floor-boards and original personality define present day spaces including bright living/dining, three double bedrooms, capable older style kitchen and a central bathroom. Separate laundry leads the way to exceptional garden dimensions, also accessed by side drive with off street parking. An ideal example of a win, win scenario!

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT

Sat 8th May at 1pm Price On Application Thur 11-11.30am & Sat 12-12.45pm 700 sqm approx Debbie Silk 0417 105 667 David Gillham 0411 518 672 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

CAMBERWELL 18 Milverton Street

THE CORNERSTONE FOR FUTURE SUCCESS The substantial corner allotment that surrounds this classical two bedroom home creates seriously tempting dimensions for making the most of this prime position! Bright living and adjoining dining areas are each enhanced by natural light streaming through charming casement window while a central bathroom complements two double bedrooms, with nearby sun-room/study. Serviceable kitchen overlooks vast garden expanses incorporating garage access from second frontage to Oberwyl Road. Prime family investment, premium development potential, STCA, on some 844sqm (approx) within immediate proximity of Hartwell Primary.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT

Sat 15th May at 11am Price On Application Thur 11.45am-12.15 & Sat 1-1.45pm 844 sqm approx Debbie Silk 0417 105 667 David Gillham 0411 518 672 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road


CAMBERWELL 17 Radnor Street

ALL THE OPTIONS ARE OPEN This charming three bedroom Edwardian offers the frame for the future exactly the way that suits you best! Its comfortable spaces suggest immediate entry level enjoyment as prospects for updating and extending are considered, alternatively, the concept of creating a new contemporary residence, STCA, complements a leafy address in a consistently prized pocket. Such a delightful dilemma accompanies present day surroundings comprising central living with open fire-place, separate dining, adjacent kitchen/meals and three bedrooms sharing a neat, bright bathroom. Pleasing rear garden proportions confirm potential, studio/storage and off street parking enhance significant appeal past, present and future!

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT

Sat 15th May at 1pm Price On Application Thur 12.30-1pm & Sat 3-3.30pm 520 sqm approx. Debbie Silk 0417 105 667 Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

GLEN IRIS 24 & 24A Britten Street

COMPELLING CORNER POTENTIAL Two original 1930s homes, two titles, one spectacular opportunity! This un-renovated pair of two bedroom residences occupies an elevated corner allotment measuring some 1020sqm. Such dimensions, complemented by north westerly aspects and second frontage to Cole Avenue, represent a rich development resource for contemporary townhouses or a landmark new home, STCA. Scope for CBD views from first floor spaces adds further appeal when considering the future of this exceptional site. Currently, each two bedroom home comprises original living and dining areas, basic spaces and single garages. Proximity to Gardiners Creek, bike paths, Glen Iris Primary School and High Street underlines the rich rewards on offer if you capture this corner!

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT CAMBERWELL

Sat 15th May at 1pm Price On Application Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat 12-12.45pm David Gillham 0411 518 672 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road


GLEN IRIS 32 Faircroft Avenue

PEACEFUL SANCTUARY WITH SWIMMING POOL Tranquil landscaped gardens featuring a gas heated swimming pool and spa complement this warm welcoming solid brick home close to Burke Road, South Reserve and Gardiner Station. Abundant northern light adds a huge natural asset to generous living and dining areas featuring a built-in bar with underground wine cellar, whilst timber benches, pantry, Bosch and Smeg appliances define an impressively appointed kitchen. Three bdms, spacious study or 4th bedm option and a fully self-contained separate accommodation adds extra flexibility, enhancing the family future of a home that also offers ducted heating, storage & carport.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT

Sat 8th May at 12pm Price On Application Thur 12.30-1pm & Sat 12.30-1.15pm 606 sqm (approx) Mark Pezzin 0403 537 105 David Gillham 0411 518 672 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

KEW 51 Cotham Road

PERIOD CHARM & POSITION On 589m² of mature gardens, this well maintained 3 BR home is a perfect t´house alternative or ideal home for a growing family. Contains; wide ent. foyer, inviting living room (OFP) with garden view study area, formal dining (OFP) will delight the senses, updated kitchen, bright informal dining, TV room o´looking the private c´yard garden, main BR (BIR) with garden view, smartly renov. main bath, generous 2nd BR (BIR) leads to the 3rd BR (BIR) feat. an ext. access door & ensuite. Excellent R.O.W. access at the rear, auto dble garage & separate side driveway at front. Feat; rewired, 3 R/C Air Con, GDH, new wool carpets, int. roof ladder, monitored alarm, watering system & outdoor W.C. Conveniently located opp. Alexander Gardens, a short stroll to cosmopolitan Kew Junction & a range of schools.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT KEW

Sat 8th May at 12.30pm $1.2m - $1.3m Thur 2-2.30pm & Sat 11-11.30am Bruce Severns 0413 744 998 John Cokalis 0411 184 124 9817 4535 / 150 Cotham Road


SURREY HILLS 947 Riversdale Road

SOLID FAMILY VALUES Immaculately maintained and presented, this spacious 1940´s solid brick residence of sound character offers immediately inviting family living whilst generous proportions of 694 sqm (approx) and a highly desirable north facing rear inspire future renovation/ extension possibilities. Charming Art Deco features, high ceilings and a delightful established garden enhance the appeal of an esteemed location with easy access to transport, leading schools and popular Wattle Park. Comprises formal living and dining (OFPs), 3 bedrooms (x2 BIRs), sunroom, central kitchen with meals, spotless bathroom and laundry with 2nd shower. Lock up garage, ample OSP. Camberwell High School zone.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 15th May at 12pm $820,000 - $900,000 Thur 1-1.30pm & 5-5.30pm Sat 11.30am-12.15pm Mary George 0407 861 400 Mark Rathgeber 0419 334 334 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

SURREY HILLS 207 Union Road

FABULOUS SINGLE LEVEL FAMILY SPACES Appreciate the rarity of finding a five bedroom floorplan in a stylish single level format! Formal sitting and dining rooms fulfill their role with traditional flair while large, light-filled modern living/dining dimensions include an open plan stylish kitchen defined by stone benches, Bosch oven and Miele dishwasher. An established rear garden offers a peaceful leafy retreat set a long way back from the street. Abundant accommodation includes spacious majestic main bedroom with garden access, four further bedrooms and a separate study, served by three bathrooms. Tandem off-street parking enhances the convenience of a prominent position close to Surrey Hills station, shops and cafes.

AUCTION INSPECT LAND CONTACT GLEN IRIS

Sat 1st May at 12pm Thur 12-12.30pm/Sat 11.30am-12pm 18.28m x 41.15m (60’ x 135’) Julie Kingshott 0413 569 643 Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 9885 3333 / 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Rd)


BALWYN 1 Evergreen Avenue

BALWYN 51 Yongala Street

IMPECCABLE SINGLE LEVEL

RELAX IN COMFORT OR REDEVELOP AT YOUR LEISURE

For those with high expectations and low maintenance lifestyle priorities, this immaculately presented town residence on a highly desirable north west corner of 500 sqm offers spacious, superior quality accommodation just a short walk from Balwyn Village shops/ cafes, tram, parkland. Comprises formal living (bay window), dining, informal living/ dining, modern timber kitchen, 3 bedrooms (main WIR/ ensuite). Alfresco pergola, mature garden, ducted heating/ cooling, remote double garage/ storage, OSP. AUCTION Sat 1st May at 12pm INSPECT Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat from 11.30am CONTACT John Bradbury 0413 772 778, James Scoones 0413 872 558 BALWYN 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

Outstanding redevelopment potential on this stunning 760 sqm approx site, with preferred north facing rear offers exciting brand new home possibilities in a quiet, tree lined neighbourhood close to Balwyn Village shopping & cinema, comprehensive transport, parkland & leading independent schools. Generous family accomm incls formal living (OFP) & dining, 4 BRs (BIRs), modern kitchen/ meals, family living, conservatory sitting. 2 bathrooms, alfresco dining, double carport, OSP. Balwyn High School zone. AUCTION Sat 15th May at 11am ESR $1,300,000 - $1,400,000 INSPECT Thur 11-11.30am & Sat 1-1.45pm CONTACT James Bateman 0438 110 744, Michael Nolan 0418 546 118 BALWYN 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

CAMBERWELL 2 & 3 30 Regent Street

GLEN IRIS 1 Morell Street

ONLY TWO LEFT!

FOR FAMILIES, WHAT AN OPPORTUNITY!

Luxury townhouse development nearing completion. Quietly located in a tree lined family street, a short walk from Through Road Reserve & Wattle Park Primary School. Townhouse 2: 2 bdrm single level. Modern, open-plan living & dining, two bdrms (main with ensuite) & bathroom servicing the remaining bedroom.Townhouse 3: 2 bedroom Comps: Modern, open-plan living & dining, 2 bdrms (main with ensuite) & bathroom: Both Townhouses with SLUG & private courtyard area.

An elevated location from which the enticing expanses of the Hartwell Sports Ground are merely moments away promotes the outstanding lifestyle opportunity offered by this comfortable, extended 3 bdrm family home. Bright living & dining rooms & separate central kitchen lead to satisfying family room opening to a north easterly garden of generous size. Options for extending &/or adding a contemporary edge enhance scope for sustained family success. Ducted heating/cooling. Side drive to carport & garage. AUCTION Sat 8th May at 11am ESR $920,000 - $980,000 INSPECT Thur & Sat 2-2.30pm CONTACT Tristan Cerveny 0422 075 755, Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 / 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Road)

ESR INSPECT CONTACT CAMBERWELL

$875,000 - $975,000 By Appointment David Gillham 0411 518 672 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road


GLEN IRIS 44 Hortense Street

GLEN IRIS 3/31 Rosedale Road

A BEAUTIFUL FUTURE BECKONS

LIVE & ENTERTAIN WITH STYLE!

The classical English style character of this charming 3 bedroom solid brick residence conveys immediate appeal. Inside, period detail & welcoming personality is equally attractive throughout a floorplan that is ready to renew, renovate or extend at your leisure. Entrance hall & original sitting & dining rooms beneath ornate ceilings are served by a central kitchen. The sought after north/west aspect to the rear adds a bright conclusion & introduces a rear garden with garage/workshop in a highly sought after setting. AUCTION Sat 1st May at 1pm ESR $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 INSPECT Thur 1-1.30pm & Sat 12.30-1pm CONTACT Julie Kingshott 0413 569 643, Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 / 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Road)

Completely independent and individual, enjoying a coveted location, this light-filled modern brick home´s north facing living areas and an elite quality open plan kitchen are complemented by elegantly landscaped paved expanses, sun drenched decks, wind/rain sensor automatic awning and seductive heated spa. Main bedroom with sky lit ensuite is zoned distinctly from three family bedrooms, one with versatile loft offering gym, and second bathroom. Evaporative cooling, ducted heating, single garage and ample OSP. AUCTION Sat 8th May at 2pm ESR $980,000 - $1,070,000 INSPECT Thur 5.30-6pm & Sat 11.45am-12.15pm CONTACT Julie Kingshott 0413 569 643, Lauren Croxford 0400 010 325 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 / 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Road)

HAWTHORN EAST 36 Victoria Road

KEW EAST 163 Kilby Road

POTENTIAL AND OPPORTUNITY!

PERFECT CLINKER BRICK

For the renovator, first home buyer or investor, this property is a perfect entry into the Hawthorn East market. In good condition and with 3 bedrooms, there is scope to improve, live comfortably or rent out and enjoy the sound investment of buying real estate in a location opposite parklands,close to Auburn Village shops and train station.

This neat 3 BR home is an ideal ´starter´ property or entrée into this most convenient location. Well maintained & with a touch of character throughout, it boasts a large north facing rear garden providing the opportunity to extend. Feat; Bright formal living with timber flooring & OFP, adjacent kitch & meals, 3 good BRs, study/sunroom, bathrm with sep. shower, WC, l´dry, GDH & rear timber deck o´looking private mature garden. Close to Hays Paddock, city tram & bus, Eastern Fwy, shopping & schools. AUCTION Sat 8th May at 11am ESR $860,000 - $920,000 INSPECT Thur 1-1.30pm & Sat 3-3.30pm CONTACT Bruce Severns 0413 744 998, John Cokalis 0411 184 124 KEW 9817 4535 / 150 Cotham Road

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT CAMBERWELL

Auction This Sat at 12pm Price On Application Thur 2-2.30pm/Sat From 11.30am Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road


MALVERN EAST 36 Karma Avenue

NUNAWADING 6 Patterson Street

UNDER INSTRUCTION FROM STATE TRUSTEES

REFLECTING TASTE + PERSONALITY

Build upon the classical basis of this original 3 bdrm home by adding contemporary elements & extending, to take maximum advantage of a deep allotment. An older style interior rich in period detail, ready for immediate renovation, includes bright living room & similarly sunny dining beneath beautiful ceilings, accompanied by a traditional central kitchen. The rear garden´s fernery & automatic single garage with w’shop emphasize impressive proportions. Leafy proximity to East Malvern station adds to convenience. AUCTION Sat 1st May at 11am ESR $960,000 - $1,050,000 INSPECT Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat 10.30-11am CONTACT Tristan Cerveny 0422 075 755, Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 / 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Road)

Recently renovated displaying a total commitment to quality. Focusing on generous family living offering an elegant lounge, sep. dining room, designer kitchen-informal meals/family room, retreat, 4 robed BR’S inc. zoned main BR with WIR, ensuite & balcony, 2nd bathrm & powder rm. Inc: 2 car accom, w’shop/ storage, alfresco covered deck, heating/cooling, r/cycle air con, w’tank, Vic Ash pol. floor boards & gas log fire. Block approx 760m2 in "Blackburn Lake Precinct", stroll to school, shops & rail. AUCTION Saturday 8th May at 12.30pm ESR Price on Application INSPECT Thursday 5.30-6pm & Saturday 12.45-1.15pm CONTACT Rohan Calder 0422 256 948, Troy Sheehan 0417 243 900 BLACKBURN 9877 1855 / 67-69 Railway Road

BALWYN 6/14 Parring Road

HAWTHORN EAST 1/5 Clifton Road

DESIGNED TO DELIGHT The truly unique design of this private villa has created an appealing, easy care living environment defined by a spacious floorplan & tranquil garden surrounds. Privately positioned in a group of seven, a light filled, entry hall introduces 3 BRs (BIRs), large kitchen/meals area opening to the paved courtyard, the north facing living/dining also opening to the private well maintained garden. Tiled bathroom with sep WC, single LU garage. Walk to shops/cafes, 109 tram, Maranoa Gardens & zoned for Balwyn High. AUCTION Sat 1st May at 1pm ESR $500,000 - $550,000 INSPECT Thur 11-11.30am/Sat from 12.30pm CONTACT Mary George 0407 861 400 Michael Nolan 0418 546 118 BALWYN 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

KEW 100 Wiltshire Drive

STYLISH, SPACIOUS, SINGLE LEVEL One of only four, this exceptional single level unit suggests outstanding success whether a start is sought or downsizing is desired. Generous living/dining and impeccably original kitchen/meals precede main bedroom with spa bath en suite, bright second bedroom and additional bathroom. Ducted heating. Secure garage. Close to Burke Road trams AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT

Auction This Sat at 11am Price On Application Thur12-12.30/ Sat From 10.30am Andrew De Angelis 0402 039 342 David Gillham 0411 518 672 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

SURREY HILLS 1/319 Elgar Road A PRECIOUS GEM

SMART SURREY HILLS START!

A warm & inviting 1st floor one bedroom apartment occupying an elevated corner location in historic Willsmere complex in unique resort like setting. Perfect 1st home or investment. An upgraded interior comp. spacious lounge/dining, open plan kitchen, big bedroom with BIR´s, bathrm/laundry sep.WC, secure U/C car space. Lofty ceilings, central htg & quality fittings. Option to purchase furniture.

Elevated, inviting and one of only four, this freshly refurbished two bedroom unit makes perfect sense for first home buyers, as well as offering obvious investor appeal. Polished floors and plentiful natural light filtered through leafy surroundings complements an attractive living area, complemented to the rear by separate kitchen/meals of impressive proportions featuring sparking surfaces and Technika appliances. Secure single garage completes an exceptional entry level opportunity close to Surrey Park. AUCTION Sat 15th May at 12pm ESR Price On Application INSPECT Thur 12.30-1pm & Sat 12-12.30pm CONTACT Cynthia Chai 0433 808 233 Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT KEW

Sat 15th May at 11am $350,000 - $380,000 Thur 6-6.30pm & Sat 3.30-4pm John Cokalis 0411 184 124 Bruce Severns 0413 744 998 9817 4535 / 150 Cotham Road


keatings.com.au WOODEND - NEWHAM 79 Bryce’s Lane

View This Sat 1-1.30pm

"Bryce's" - on 34 Ha (84 Acres)

View from property.

Only the second time offered for sale since 1858 - Over 150 years! A very special small farm with a planning permit to replace former 5 room weatherboard dwelling. Picturesque rolling countryside, excellent soils, 4 dams, only 2 kms from the famous Hanging Rock. Joan Luxemburg 0427 271 611 John Keating 0419 880 444 Price $850,000

WOODEND - NEWHAM 96 Dons Road View This Sat 2-2.30pm

Auction 22 May at 11 am

“Penny Lane” - on 32 Ha (80 Acres)

Enjoy superlative country living from a most impressive and spacious 4 bedroom Castlemaine Sandstone residence very privately nestled in the heart of some of the most sought after pastures of the Macedon Ranges. Seasonal creek, good bore, good shedding and sensational country views. 55 mins to Melbourne CBD. Reserve Price $1,550,000 Julian Davies 0407 670 234 Joan Luxemburg 0427 271 611

MACEDON 26 Marshall Avenue View This Sat 11-11.30am

PRELIMINARY NOTICE Invitation To Attend A Free Public Forum on

UNDERQUOTING Overquoting, Dummy Bidding and the Integrity of the Auction System.

“Should Real Estate Agents be Required to Publish Vendors’ Reserve Prices Before Auctions?” The forum will feature several short presentations from speakers who support the proposal, alternating with speakers who oppose the proposal, followed by a Panel Question and Answer session for approximately one hour to provide an opportunity for public participation. Friday 28 May 8am – 10am BMW Edge Auditorium, Federation Square, Corner Swanston & Flinders Streets, Melbourne.

“Bayley Park” - 1.92 Ha (4.7 Acres) An undeniably grand and gracious 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 80 square residence and extensively developed park like garden destined to achieve the status of the renowned estates of the beautiful and increasingly popular Macedon Ranges. Merrilyn Gray 0438 248565 John Keating 0419 880 444 Price $2.75m

Organizations invited to attend include: REIV, major residential Real Estate Agencies, API (Australian Property Institute), LIV (Law Institute of Victoria), CAV (Consumer Affairs Victoria) and ACCC (Australian Competition & Consumer Commission). For further information call (03) 5427 2999 or 0419 880 444 or jkeating@keatings.com.au

Keatings Real Estate

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NEWHAM “Nantourri”, set on 41.6 hectares, features superb country views from a delightful three-bedroom storybook cottage, excellent infrastructure including 12 fences, hot-wired paddocks and a comprehensive water reticulation system. It’s all just 14 kilometres from Woodend. Accommodation comprises entrance into open-plan kitchen and meals area, family living, study, main bedroom, shared en suite with second bedroom (corner bath and shower), first-floor attic-styled bedroom, laundry, second toilet and shower. Further features include water supply to all paddocks, three dams and a spring, five water tanks (85,000 litres), two large sheds, cattle

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yard, fantastic access driveway/laneway system, majestic trees, elevated verandas, carport, two chook houses, a cedar garden shed and an attractive garden surrounding the house. It also has views of the surrounding hills and mountains. This information was supplied by Keatings Real Estate

PORTSEA This great family beach house with an elevated aspect is set on 1011 square metres of prime Portsea land with tea trees on the front lawn and a large north-facing deck. It comprises three bedrooms, including a main with en suite, family bathroom and a large lounge with polished floorboards that connects to the open-plan contemporary kitchen. From the lounge, glass doors slide open to a second timber deck that puts the treetops almost within touching distance, before the view extends to a rural vista. This property is only minutes to Portsea Back Beach and a short stroll to the

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Portsea Village. A carport plus plenty of extra off-street parking make this a choice spot to entertain friends and family at weekends and over the holidays. This information was supplied by RT Edgar, Portsea


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