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Review\ MOUTHiNG OFF “ ... aTTeNTiON TURNed FROM THe leadeR, keviN RUdd, TO THe lOyal depUTy, jUlia GillaRd. wHeN wOUld THe pRiNceSS Make HeR RUN?”

Just when you thought BeST eNeMieS politics and its variations had nothing new to offer, along comes the UK election. What a time. And now an extraordinary coalition of rivals – not even of the fractious Australian kind – intends to rule Britain in amiable dissimilarity. The Conservatives and the left of left-of-centre Liberal Democrats. And Tony Abbott thinks he has problems. What makes a political marriage of convenience survive? Mutually assured destruction, of course. But just as the scorpion stung the frog as it generously ferried him across the river, sealing both their fates, destruction is sometimes just in a politician’s nature. Some loyalty helps. Michael Heseltine – the former deputy prime minister to the lugubrious British prime minister, John Major – nailed that issue this week when he said that the only way a political partnership of

leader and deputy survives is if there is not “a cigarette paper of separation” between the two of them. If no one – not your supporters, not his supporters – can get in the ear of the partners, then the alliance stays firm and the creeping cancer of doubt, mistrust and paranoia cannot take hold. Good advice for a marriage, really. Of course, with their antsy party members and disgruntled MPs, the chances of the David Cameron/ Nick Clegg alliance being one that admitted no daylight between them is about as feasible as a short London winter. Good luck to them. The local mischief-makers started their whispering this week when, after a series of astonishing policy bungles, backflips and one particular disavowal of Gethsemane proportions (“The ETS? I don’t know him!”) attention turned from the leader, Kevin Rudd, to the loyal deputy, Julia Gillard. The king was dying – when would the princess make her run? Gillard, smarter than your average bear, was having none of it, and laughed off the suggestions – and what else could she say? But the hares will be running now, and like hounds on the hunt, once blood is sniffed and weakness is perceived, leadership destruction sometimes develops a momentum of its own. It is accepted wisdom that Rudd enjoys no factional support in the Labor Party – indeed, his ascendancy is all the more remarkable in that it was achieved despite

factional weight. What Rudd has enjoyed for so long is a remarkable level of personal support, and a very broad and robust personal support, from voters in electorates right across the country. While he has that, his position is safe. Word from inside the Labor camp is that once that starts to crumble, so too will his inviolable position. Forget the cigarette paper – by then, you’ll be able to shove an entire carton of cigarettes between the leadership team. It’s a fascinating time to be a political observer. The love affair and now apparent disenchantment with the great outsider, Rudd, has been so impassioned and so precipitous that it’s wrong-footed even a greatly experienced Opposition. Electorate support is normally won far more slowly and is a sustained thing. It’s vegetable love, as Andrew Marvell may have put it: slow growing. But as the independent poll analyst Andrew Catsaras sees it, voters are in a relationship crisis: their beloved seems to have changed! They’re not sure if they want him any more. But they certainly don’t want to go rushing into the arms of that other guy, Tony Abbott. In fact, they just need some space. Could they fall for a redhead instead? The stirrers are hoping so. \

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My sense of humour.

Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain.

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A cigar. This is the only thing I buy regularly that I cannot get at my restaurant.

Porridge. I have this every day for breakfast.

SATURDAY NIGHTS

Edelweiss from The Sound of Music. I love this song because it’s also edible.

Usually on Saturdays, I’m working at my restaurant (Bo Innovation, in Hong Kong, which he has run since 2003 and has been awarded 2 Michelin Stars), as it’s one of our busiest nights of the week.

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SUNDAY MORNINGS

FAVOURITE CITY Hong Kong.

LOVE SONG

I play squash practically every day.

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Congee (rice porridge eaten in many Asian countries).

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Black, no sugar.

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into fame After a traumatic childhood, Paul Capsis was inspired by Skyhooks and found his true calling on the stage.

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FTER his story is told, and I’ve taken a few deep breaths and fought back my amazement and shock, all I can do is look at Paul Capsis and see a man who is brave and resilient and a survivor. And think: how can someone who went through what he did be so positive about life, so ready to forgive his tormentors and so bristling with energy and determination? An hour in his company goes some way towards answering that question. We’re in a café at the Malthouse Theatre in South Melbourne where he is having a break from rehearsal for a role in The Threepenny Opera, the start of a six-month stay in Melbourne, a city he loves. He is gentle and breezy and welcoming – saying warm hellos and giving big smiles to company staff as they walk past – which means the story he tells today assumes even more power. That famous voice, which has taken him to the world’s stages, never wavers today as he talks about the physical abuse he suffered in his school years, about his desire to end his life at the peak of the abuse, about the lack of support and protection from his parents and about the great love for the grandmother who brought him up after his parents separated, and who might easily be said to have saved his life. But before those dark years, Capsis was a little boy who never met a “fake” microphone he didn’t like. “I was always a kid who performed, mimicked, sang, danced, did anything to get attention,” he says. Born in 1964 to a Maltese mother and Greek father, little Paul emerged with a full head of thick, black, curly hair. “The doctor who delivered me handed me to mum and said ‘We’ve got another Paul’. Meaning a Beatle. Mum liked Paul McCartney, and that’s how I was named.” His parents separated when he was six months old and he went to live with his grandparents in Sydney’s Surry Hills. At 9, Paul would sing along to Suzi Quatro, Janis Joplin, Ike and Tina Turner and, his favourite, Skyhooks. “When I was a child I became obsessed with Skyhooks,” he says. “I’d watch them on Countdown, and that’s when my life changed. The make-up, the costumes, Shirley’s high voice – god rest his soul – that got me. I was in, hook line and sinker.” Music and performance was not a big part of the culture in which Capsis grew up, and he felt that disconnection strongly, his passion for performance dismissed by his parents. “It just wasn’t what you did in a working-class Maltese-Greek culture,” he says. “And there was a lot of negativity from outsiders, too. There was a list of reasons I would never be able to do it.

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The things they were telling me were things I couldn’t change – my ethnicity, that was the biggest one. I’m a wog – wogs aren’t on TV, wogs don’t do theatre. You don’t go and see wog performers in Australia. That’s an Anglo-Saxon world. I’m thinking – I was born in Australia, so when is it going to be OK? It made me so angry. And the anger propelled me to act on it.” Capsis was small and, by his own description, effeminate, with the high voice that would later become his signature. Back then all it did was inspire his schoolmates to bully him, leading to a pattern of physical assault that lasted six years. “Kids at school would say ‘You sound like my mother or my sister’.” His schoolmates thought he “looked like a girl” and, with his distinctive voice, he became a target. “It’s what happens to kids at school if you are different. If you are fat, if you are Chinese or god knows what, they’ll find something,” he says. The bullying started when he was in year 4 and didn’t stop until year 10. In year 9, when Capsis was 14, it had become dangerously physical. “I was group-bashed, and bashed by a whole class of guys in the corridor. To survive in school I’d do everything during classes. I’d never go to the toilet during a break. I’d never have my lunch outside. I was always hiding. But they’d grab me

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“To survive in school I’d do everything during classes. I’d never go to the toilet during a break. I’d never have my lunch outside. I was hiding.” and get me.” What would they say? “Oh the usual. Poofter. All that. “The school was fed up with me because it was happening a lot and they were like, ‘Well, what can we do?’ To me it was like serving a term in jail. I’ve had people do things to me that I now know what they mean by the term cold-blooded. People would do things to me and wouldn’t even blink. They would just pick me up and toss me across the tables and chairs. And then just walk out. Or go back and sit down. And I’d be on the floor with the chairs, lucky that I hadn’t broken my back or my neck. Or clay was thrown at me in the artroom and the teacher can’t stop it. And she even copped one.” The bullying and violence in year 9 was the worst. One day, aged 14, Capsis smashed a window with his fists. “I smashed the window out of anger, out of sadness, out of wanting to kill myself,” he says. “It was getting worse. And the hormone thing was happening too. “By year 10 I was defiant. I hadn’t come to the conclusion that I was gay. I didn’t say ‘Oh, I’m gay’. I just went ‘I don’t know what I am, but do you know what? I’ll take that label. You call me a poofter? I’ll be a poofter. And then I really let fly with it. So if someone said ‘You’re a faggot’, I’d say ‘Yes I am’. It did give me strength, actually. It really freaked them out. I thought ‘Maybe I can’t fight you, but I’ll say things and I’ll rip you to shreds.’ I couldn’t fight, so I’d use the tongue. I’d come back with some pretty shocking things. I’d give it to them.” Not all the teachers were too ineffectual to not notice this regular abuse. “I had allies,” he says. “My art teacher and my English teacher and music teachers were great. They’d let me stay in the class during lunch and recesses. Sometimes they’d lock me in. Things got worse and worse.” On the occasions his tormentors were caught, they would be caned. But it didn’t stop the abuse. “My mother went to the school and said ‘My son every day comes home bruised’. “Sometimes I’d run out of school and I wouldn’t look to see if a car was coming. I went through a suicidal period. I thought I was so hated I may as well be dead. Everyone hates me and I’m just going to be picked on for the rest of my life. I wasn’t aware that things would get better.

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and I) would wear my cousin’s hand-me-downs, so the clothes were very ambiguous.” Later he would occasionally meet one of his tormentors. “A few years after high school I bumped into one on the street, at the traffic light. This was one of the nasty ones. He said, ‘Do you remember me?’ Oh, I remember you. He said, ‘Do you remember my tall friend?’ – who was also a thug who used to bash me. I go, ‘Yeah’. He said, ‘Well, do you know that we were having it off all through high school?’. I’ve had guys come up to me years later and say ‘Did I ever pick on you?’. I’d say ‘You probably did’. “In my 20s, when I was trying to figure it all out, I forgave them because I realised it wasn’t their fault. They were kids. That’s the tragedy of life – you don’t know things you know later. Had I been aware, it would have all been different. But that was my journey.”

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“I had a friend who I’d known since primary school, and because he was my friend he’d get bashed too. At high school we kept apart for about six months. But he had no other friends so we got together, and then he copped it again. He was my one friend at school. Really tall, Anglo-Saxon guy, not a fighter. We used to talk about TV – Prisoner, Marcia Hines, Suzi Quatro, Janis Joplin. Other boys would say ‘You guys are freaks, you should be dead’. “They’d say things like ‘If I was like you, I’d want my father to kill me’.” A Greek boy said to him: “And I can’t believe you’re Greek. You’re a disgrace.’ “I said to my mum ‘I’m not going to that school any more, I’m going to Crown Street’. My mother said ‘No you’re not, you’re going to this school because it’s just two blocks away. You’re not going to that other one because it’s five blocks’. “My English teacher said to my mother, ‘I’m sorry but you son will have the same problem whatever school he goes to’. “My grandmother would say ‘Don’t go to school, this is bad’.” But she was conflicted because she knew that if young Paul didn’t go to school “you’ll be like me, can’t read or write”. In year 6 he did move schools and found solace. “It was the best six months of my school life. It was a school where the teachers, the kids, the boys and the girls, everyone performed, they sang, everyone got on, it was just amazing. And I was heart-broken because I thought I’d missed out on this.” But the next year he went to the local high school, an all-boys school with a strong emphasis on sport, where he was confronted with the same bullies. “Back to a jail term,” he says. Capsis didn’t play sport. “Sport was the opportunity for boys to really get me. I’d be in an open area and you’d have to make your way home from that, so I was always vulnerable. “One day I was really shocked when an Aboriginal boy in my year came up to me and said, ‘Hey I want you to play footy with us’. I said, ‘What?’ ‘Yeah,’ he said, ‘I reckon you’d be really good at it’. I went, ‘No, no’. I

thought he was trying to set me up to get bashed, so I said no. He said, ‘No you won’t.” I remember that guy, he was beautiful, he never picked on me. I thought, ‘God, he must be desperate if he’s asking me.” Capsis steered away from performing in school plays because, like sport, he “was putting myself in a vulnerable position”. “Every day I thought ‘How am I going to get through today?’ Every day I was anxious.” As painful as it was to be targeted, he had the awareness, emotional intelligence and, frankly, forgiving nature, to see the cause of the aggression. “I realised that a lot of those poor kids at school had things that they were dealing with in their lives. To me it seemed a lot of the boys had very aggressive fathers and their fathers were bashing them, so they were acting out. They saw me, the high voice, and they let out their aggression. “There was this sexual tension in my school, too. I’d have boys who’d approach me for sex. They would push me up against the wall and they’d bash me against the wall and say ‘I want you to do this and this in the toilet now’. And I’d be crying ‘No, please, no no!’. That happened a few times. Nothing happened, but only because I begged and cried and screamed. So they stopped. “I was very naturally feminine. It was a nightmare. I didn’t know how to get out of it. I thought maybe if I just lowered my voice or wore different clothes. (My brother

uring the turmoil and violence of his childhood it was his beloved grandmother who provided a safe haven of warmth and love. “Once I was with my grandmother everything was fine,” he says. By year 10 the rougher boys had left school and the bullying stopped. “Things calmed down and I was able to really enjoy learning. I came first in art and ancient history. “When I’d got to my late teens and had done my HSC I still had no clue what I wanted to do … inside I wanted to perform, but to me that was such a remote thing, like trying to go to the moon. “My mother thought the best thing for me to be was a banker, and I thought ‘My mother doesn’t know me at all, doesn’t have a clue who I am because I am so not a banker.’ For her that was a step up from what she was doing, which was cleaning and serving food. “Dad drove a truck for a long time. He would deliver big, heavy steel barrels. My father was really strong. Sometimes we would go with him on the truck and he’d carry these heavy things on his own. Then he had a major shift – he became a professional masseur, helping people with injuries. “My family was all about physical work. I was the only person in my family who did HSC. Everyone left in year 9. I knew that if I left school I would have to do physical work and that would be my life, so I stayed.” After leaving school, Capsis found work temping in offices and, when he was 19, for two years at Club Med as a travel agent. “Mum was horrified. She said, ‘Does that mean you have to get on a plane?’ Maltese are very ‘Don’t go anywhere! Stay here! Don’t go to the next suburb!’.” “I was a shocking travel agent. I had no interest.” He started in the mail room. “For the first year I was a courier running around the city. I would make people laugh. They’d say ‘You should be performing’.” A local theatre group was his escape. Capsis found like-minded people at a local theatre group called the Shopfront Theatre, where he fell for the camaraderie and make-believe of the theatrical world. He was involved with them for five years. His parents didn’t go to see him in any performances. “They said ‘What are you doing? You’re not getting paid’. I said ‘Look, I tried for NIDA and didn’t get in. This is my training’.” It was a revelation. “I started on weekends to go to Shopfront Theatre, a big group of people my age, who were doing this thing in their spare time. A new world opened up – there were friendly people, people who were following their hearts and ambitions. That’s when I realised the world was not what it seemed to me in my head, which is that I couldn’t do anything, only work in a physical way, as a cleaner or do factory work. That was what my family knew. “I was making friends with these beautiful people who accepted me totally. Although sometimes I’d get ‘You can’t really be a professional because you are a wog and you’re very camp’.” Capsis had always heard “endless negativity” about his chances of being a performer. “They said, ‘your voice is too girly, you’ll never play a lead role’. I had this my whole life.

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if you’re being bullied: l tell the person to stop l use neutral language to respond to the bullying, like ‘maybe’ or ‘that’s what you think’ l walk away l try to act unimpressed But if it’s been going on for a while, try this: talk to your friends and ask for support l talk to your parents l talk to your teacher l

if you see someone else being bullied: tell the person acting like a bully to stop l talk to a teacher l don’t watch or join in l try to change the subject l try to comfort and/or include the person who’s being targeted l explain to the person being bullied that it’s nothing to do with them – it’s about the other person’s behavior l

if you are cyberbullied: don’t respond to the message or image l save the evidence l block the sender l report the situation to the website or Internet Service Provider l tell trusted friends, adults, teachers, parents and police if necessary l

“i love melbourne. i’ve always had a very strong connection here. when i first came here in ’89 i thought, ‘oh my god, i’ve missed out’. i thought, ‘i can’t believe in australia there’s a place where i feel i connect’.” above: Capsis during a dress rehearsal for Boulevard Delirium in 2005. (getty ImageS / aSIaPaC)

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“I did everything I could to be a performer. The dedication to this performance, art, whatever you want to call it – you get love. You give, and you get something back. You make friends who are like-minded. As soon as high school finished, that’s when my life started. The thought in my brain was that everyone hated me and then I realised, no.” Theatre was his salvation, but the years of torment exacted a price. “It made me feel like the world’s a battlefield and it’s a war. And I think that’s still with me.” In his late 20s he started having severe panic attacks. “You try not to think there was anything wrong, I got through it, I’m fine. But I wasn’t. All through my 20s I was trying to understand what had happened to me at school. Why did that happen to me? (Sometimes)I thought I was dying. I couldn’t breathe. I’m very claustrophobic. I cannot be in a lift. I cannot be in a stairwell. I can’t be in trains with the windows closed. I can’t be in buses. I have a fear of being enclosed. “Therapy was great. I could get on with my life and learn to deal with this shit that I had to put up with … Perhaps I was angry with my mum and dad for a long time because I thought they could have done something. They were my parents.” Capsis’ maternal grandmother, Angela Bonnici, was a major figure in his life. “She used to tell me stories of living in Malta with absolutely no money in the Depression, sleeping under potato sacks and on hay in the village, her mum dying at 8 years old, living through the bombings of World War II. “I was raised by my grandmother to be incredibly independent, not to rely on anyone. She drilled me daily about money, ‘Don’t ever spend any money, ever! No matter what you need, don’t buy it!’ Their way was of the Depression and of the war. I had my grandmother’s work ethic.” His advice to parents today who suspect their children may be suffering from bullying is to pay attention and act. “Parents – take responsibility. Notice. Ask a lot of questions. Be interested. Go to the school. Mine did none of that.” To children being bullied, he says: “Do whatever you can to stop it. Whether it’s not going to school or going to the police. Because it’s really damaging. It got in the way of my education. I didn’t do well. I couldn’t learn, I

couldn’t absorb the information because I was sitting in class going ‘What’s going to happen to me? Am I going to go down that corridor and …’. Ridiculous.”

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apsis never had a conversation with his father about being gay. “My father called me ‘dear’ one day. A typical macho Greek, obsessed with women. My father never called a man ‘Dear’.” Mum I had to tell. I was in my 30s. She freaked out. It’s pretty incredible, isn’t it? Makes you think ‘Does this person know me? Has she watched me?’ But that was the way they were.” There had been no support for his passion for performing, he says, “and I thought ‘Oh great, now they’re going to give me a hard time (about being gay)’.” In 2007, his grandmother, aged 89, was seriously ill with lung cancer. Capsis was in New York performing in a show called Absinthe. He had a choice: fly back and see her within the next few days or attend her funeral. His contract meant he couldn’t do both. He flew home. “I had four days with her conscious and three days with her unconscious and not being able to breathe. I was holding her when she died.” Despite the doubters and all that resistance to a career as a professional entertainer, Capsis’ career has been on the rise since he amazed audiences with his vocal

talents in a one-man show at Sydney’s Belvoir Street Theatre in 1992. He impressed critics with his role as a transvestite called Johnny/Toula in Head On, the filmed version of Christos Tsiolkas’ book Loaded, in which his character is bashed by police. He played Riff Raff in The Rocky Horror Show. He has worked around the world – including with Barrie Kosky in Vienna in Boulevard Delirium in 2001. While Kosky seems like an angry man, Capsis enjoyed working with him. “I understand that anger. I get it. And he gets me. I can feel his anger. He’s tough. It’s not a picnic. It’s not ‘We’re all friends and we’re having a fabulous time’. We are, outside of the work, but when it comes to the work it’s ‘Deliver! You better jump over that hoop’.” In 2002 he went to Vienna with (Sydney director) Penny Arcade for a show called Sissy Sings the Blues. “I play the Empress of Austria – if you don’t mind. She got me to sing the blues – Billie Holiday and Janis Joplin songs.” Capsis recently played at the Forum as part of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival. He is finishing an album in Sydney for ABC records called Make me a King. He is enjoying being back in Melbourne. “I love Melbourne. I’ve always had a very strong connection here. When I first came here in ’89 I thought, ‘Oh my god, I’ve missed out’. I thought, ‘I can’t believe in Australia there’s a place where I feel I connect’. It makes sense. It’s a place where art and culture is embraced. Where wogs aren’t such a bad thing. Where being different isn’t such a bad thing.” \

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paul Capsis appears in The Threepenny Opera at the malthouse Theatre from may 28 to June 19.


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Cuisine:

Italian/Sardinian.

Chefs:

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Hip pocket: $85 a head for chef’s menu, plus wine. open:

Tuesday-Saturday noon-4pm; Monday-Saturday 6pm-late.

Highlights: The venison, the veal, the wines. Plus it’s BYO at lunch and on Monday nights. lowlights:

The desserts.

Bookings:

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We rate it: 7/10

I ate at a Sardinian THE FIRST TImE restaurant I asked for white wine and the owner went berserk. “WHITE

wine?!” he exploded, as if I’d questioned his wife’s fidelity. “White wine is bad for the digestion! It damages your liver, your heart!” Then he grabbed forearm in fist and gave me an obscene Italian gesture. Despite his dodgy hospitality, the meal at Pani e Casu (Bread and Cheese, just outside the capital, Cagliari) was outstanding and kicked off a week-long eating odyssey of memorable flavours such as bitter honey, myrtle-scented suckling pig and spaghetti with sea urchin. It was those memories that lured me to Da Noi. Pietro Porcu’s Sardinian outpost in South Yarra is a narrow terrace of dark timber floors with twin rows of clothed tables lit by the warm glow of wall lamps. A fireplace with glowering embers cranks up the cosiness. Remarkably for a 14-year-old restaurant, the place is packed, upstairs and down, on a Tuesday evening. An affable Italian waiter explains house rules. There is a menu, he says, but only one copy, handwritten daily. He can fetch it or we can simply trust chef to prepare a small feast of what’s best tonight. Pot-luck dining is standard in Sardinia but so refreshingly novel in Melbourne that virtually everyone, including us, surrenders to the chef’s whim. I make the mistake here of asking if Pietro himself is cooking tonight. He’s not. That’s a shame, I say, but the waiter says the owner/chef is busy with his other restaurant, the Tea Rooms at Yarck, and is “never here”. (When I later call to confirm this, a staff member says Porcu “always has his hands in the restaurant” but concedes, “the majority of our cooking is left to our chefs rather than him”.) Well, in for a penny … within minutes a plate of rose-hued kingfish carpaccio appears, glistening fresh and topped with a dollop of celery-laced olive tapenade. It leads a prompt procession of eight small plates

that include baked zucchini (grown in the garden at Yarck) in a fennel-and-cumin-scented tomato sauce, unremarkable chunks of semolina-dusted gurnard and a miniature serve of vitello tonnato, its petite veal slices pinkish and pillowy under a mild tuna mayo and baby capers. It’s definitely the pick of the antipasti. Pasta is next. The neighbouring table of four gets pumpkin and pancetta ravioli; we get a bowl of maltagliati, the rough-cut sheets tossed with crab meat and a light shower of golden bottarga, the salted, air-dried mullet roe prized in Sardinian cuisine. But the balance is out – an excess of fresh garlic and chilli swamps the sweet crab and eclipses the bottarga. The meat course arrives in two acts. The first, a brace of dryish rabbit legs with fried sage and polenta, is uninspiring. The second is a showstopper. Slender slices of venison leg from up Strathbogie way, marinated overnight in red wine then served with a sticky, groan-inducing reduction of that same wine and caramelised red onion, on celeriac puree and a medley of mushrooms (pine, wood ear, shimeji). It’s the perfect rib-sticker plate on a cold autumn night and a glimmer of kitchen brilliance. Courses are sensibly timed and sized so we’re not too intimidated when a platter of three desserts appears. The tiramisu and orange and ricotta cheesecake are both così così, but a cacao-flecked pannacotta gets chocolate and consistency just right. The surprise of the plate is a scoop of pineapple gelati, a creamy ice bursting with tropical flavour. Superb, but not Sardinian in the slightest. As for the wine, it’s wonderful – an all-star Italian list of regional highlights. I choose the 2008 Antonio Argiolas, a golden, peachy vermentino, and no one raises an eyebrow (or an elbow) at me drinking white wine. \ Kendall Hill khill@theweeklyreview.com.au


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studio, but they could see it becoming a standout café in sleepy (Green’s word) Spotswood. Green has worked in New Zealand, at Botanical in South Yarra and most recently at Auction Rooms in North Melbourne, honing her coffee skills. She and Gale, of The Station Hotel in Footscray, jackhammered away the old floor, applied copious amounts of paint and installed the snappy little kitchen. The name Duchess was decided on during a seven-hour car trip; it had to be “something English” to reflect Andrew’s heritage and the menu he has designed. Standout heart starters, brilliantly executed by chef Shane Donelly, include a full English breakfast with eggs, sausage, bacon and black pudding, and “fruits of the forage”, a noteworthy special featuring a heady mix of Mount Macedon wild mushrooms served on a fluffy bed of polenta with crisp, dry-cured bacon and a poached free-range egg. Green says there’s loads of room to expand and the couple has plans for a bigger kitchen, a courtyard and longer opening hours.

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Barista: Bobby Green coffee:

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Barista’s choice: Flat white

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Vote 1, Green: owner Bobby Green.

This regal little package features vivid white walls and tiles as the backdrop for a classic, elegant fit-out. The focal point of grandeur is a single chandelier that hangs above an old butcher’s block. The block holds newspapers, a sweet little basket of fruit and an honesty box. Old school benches from Altona Primary School and a counter from a former Yarraville shop keep the heart local, while antique timber tables and chairs, all in matching walnut, add the soul. The coffee is roasted by Small Batch (Auction Rooms, North Melbourne) and expertly delivered by owner Bobby Green and her staff.

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Mix & match

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and pinot noir, cabernet DUCK sauvignon and lamb, dessert wine and foie gras – they are just some of the

classic food and wine pairings. While some wines are best savoured by themselves, others come into their own when matched with the right dish, and I love nothing more than to find a perfect pairing. Wines don’t always need to complement a dish; a strong contrast can work wonders, too. The theory goes that white wine should be served with fish and red wine with meat, which generally holds true, but don’t be afraid to experiment. You’ll have hits and misses along the way, but that’s all part of the learning experience. And, of course, part of the fun. But where do you start? If there is wine in the dish, go for a similar style of wine to what has been used in the cooking – although I wouldn’t recommend a glass of Chinese cooking wine with your pork and mixed vegies. Serve a light white with vegetarian food. You are looking for a wine that won’t overpower the delicate flavours of the vegetables and, in most cases, red won’t cut it. Pinot grigio is good bet.

Aromatic whites (riesling, gewurtztraminer, viognier) go really well with spicy Asian food as they often have high levels of residual sugar, which mutes the heat of chilli. Shiraz works nicely with spicy beef dishes, and one of my favourite matches with spicy food is a blend of dolcetto and syrah. Try those by Gapsted or Brown Brothers, and be sure to chill the wine. Instead of the more traditional beer, next time you’re at a curry house try a full-bodied viognier with a creamy korma. It also works nicely with Thai curries. Fruit-driven grenache blends are great with char-grilled meat. After a few weeks in Buenos Aires, I came to agree with the Argentines that their malbec is a ripping match for a steak. My favourite match of all time is Pedro Ximenez sherry, poured over a scoop of vanilla ice-cream. Its flavours of caramel, figs and dates match perfectly the creamy vanilla. And my next experiment? I read recently that pinot gris is a good match for Peking duck, so I’ll be leaving the pinot noir at home next time I visit Chinatown for a meal. \

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CABERNET MERLOT 2008 (MARGARET RIVER) $17; 13.8 per cent a/v ★★★★ ½ Food match: Roast lamb. It may have a fun, pop-art label design, but this classic Bordeaux blend from Margaret River is a serious wine. It is made up of cabernet sauvignon (50 per cent), merlot (45 per cent) with the rest a mix of petit verdot and malbec, and it displays the full gamut of summer berries, violets and pencil oak. It is medium-bodied with a firm structure and tastes of plums, bittersweet chocolate and cassis that lingers on the palate. This could easily sell for twice the price and has all the qualities to indicate it will keep improving for years to come. Pick up six and see how it ages over the next few years.

TASTINGS\ DRINK THIS DE BORTOLI ESTATE GROWN CHARDONNAY 2008 (Yarra Valley) $30; 12.5 per cent a/v ★★★★

Food match: scallops with a saffron vinaigrette

Go go grigio

Classic chard

This is complex, lean and minerally, with pear and cantaloupe aromas. On the palate it’s quite linear, with citrus flavours and nutty undertones. It has a lovely texture that wants to be swirled around your mouth. Don’t drink it too cold – leave it out of the fridge for a few minutes before drinking. This will improve over the next couple of years, so buy one for now and a couple for later.

PIZZINI PINOT GRIGIO 2009 (King Valley) $18.50; 12.2 per cent a/v ★★★★

Food match: spring vegetable bruschetta

Big and fruity

Hidden treasure

D’ARENBERG THE HERMIT CRAB VIOGNIER MARSANNE 2008 (McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills) $15; 13.5 per cent a/v ★★★ ½

VERONIQUE REGIONS SHIRAZ 2007 (Barossa Valley) $22; 14.5 per cent a/v ★★★ ½

Food match: creamy kormas and Thai curry

Food match: Asian spicy beef salad Smelling of dark cherries, chocolate and mint with vanilla oak, this full-bodied shiraz has a lovely smoothness in the mouth and full-on blackberry cordial and black pepper flavours. It’s high in alcohol, but the dense fruit hides it well. It’s not too complex but this style is a real crowd pleaser – take it to someone’s house and you’ll guarantee yourself another invitation.

From one of the King Valley’s top wineries, this displays floral aromas with white nectarine, minerals and honeysuckle. It is light, crisp, refreshing and tastes of pears and nectarines with a balanced acidity. This is a really food-friendly wine and the flavours aren’t too strong so they won’t overpower delicate food.

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3★ GOOD

2★ OK

1★ NOT WORTH IT

From a vintage that produced many good whites in McLaren Vale and composed of 72 per cent viognier and 28 per cent marsanne, this Rhone-style white has scents of apricot, peach and hints of honeysuckle. It’s full-bodied with a lovely silky mouth-feel and tastes of stone fruit and citrus with a slightly herbal aftertaste. It has good length and is really impressive for a sub-$20 wine.


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Hello Kittie A HARI RAJ talks skates, scrapes and speed with Kittie von Krusher, and finds out that roller derby is more sweat than style.

whole lot of make-up isn’t that practical, to be honest. I wear it – I like to think it makes me a little bit intimidating – but it’s certainly not what we set out to do.” Katie Engelhardt Dwyer is talking roller derby. It’s a subject that is indelibly intertwined with many aspects of her life, and she makes an eloquent ambassador. On the track, she skates by the name of Kittie von Krusher, all lithe and limber and sudden explosions of pace; sitting down for this interview, she’s all poise and coiled energy, energy that occasionally bubbles over when she enthuses about the sport she loves. While it hasn’t yet made its way back onto Australian television, as it did at the height of its popularity in the 1970s, roller derby has enjoyed a well-documented revival, with leagues cropping up in almost every state. But while reportage has tended to focus on roller derby’s theatrical elements, Dwyer takes pains to emphasise its competitive integrity. “Once we started skating we realised that it was really hard work. It’s a full-contact sport; you need to be very athletic. All of that flamboyant, showy stuff fell away. There’s no time for it,” says the 31-year-old Melburnian. “We want to be taken seriously. But it wasn’t hard in Melbourne; we’ve got such a sport culture. People might have come along initially to see the games because of the showy side of things. But they didn’t get that, they got sport. And they certainly weren’t disappointed because Victorians love sport. Aussies love sport.” To many, roller derby’s physical aspects were encapsulated in this line from the 2008 ABC documentary Roller Derby Dolls: “It’s about getting on skates and knocking the shit out of each other.” Dwyer’s response is that aggression is a part of roller derby, but it’s no more aggressive than football. “You can’t be shy in roller derby, you’re rubbing up against each other’s sweaty bodies and falling on top of each other. I think it gives some people the outlet to express yourself. Instead of saying ‘I’m Katie and I’m a librarian’, you go ‘I’m Kittie von Krusher and I’m going to go nuts’. Krusher by name, crusher by nature,” she says. “We’ve attracted people who have never played sport before. A lot of our players came because they enjoyed skating or they remember it from when they were kids. So the culture isn’t so much a typical sports culture. But there’s always room for self-expression, and the names are just a bit of fun.” Indeed, skaters’ names are a treasure trove for those partial to puns; there’s everyone from Joy Collision to Skate Bush via Mandytory Punishment – the latter wearing No.25 to life, of course. As Dwyer explains, it gives people the chance to be themselves – and more

Get ya skates on: Katie Engelhardt Dwyer adopts her other persona, Kittie von Krusher. “You can’t be shy in roller derby.” (Shannon MorriS)

importantly, it gives women the chance to compete. “It always seems that the women’s teams in sport are secondary to the males; (but) this is a female sport. It gives us the opportunity to play a contact sport, to be aggressive, to be fast, to be powerful and to be strong, and for it to be OK,” she says. “We’re not trying to be guys. We’re just showing that there’s no difference in the way women play sport. We want to be competitive; we’re not afraid to get hit or take hits. There are so many female leagues or sports out there and they just don’t get the support that they need or the credit that they should.” So how does it work? In roller derby, there are five players on each team – a jammer, three blockers and a pivot. The jammers race each other to lap the main pack of skaters, scoring a point for every member of the opposing team they pass, while the aptly-named blockers try to prevent them. The pivot is primarily a defensive player, but she can also become a jammer at certain points in each two-minute round, called a “jam”. Simple? Not really. There are depths of tactical complexity with regards to positioning, the accumulation of fouls, swapping pivots and ending jams – and bear in mind that all this happens on a circuit, at high speeds, on skates, with five other people doing their best to rob you of balance. While she occasionally blocks, Dwyer primarily plays as a jammer, a position easily recognisable by the two stars emblazoned on their helmet. “A jammer needs to be fast and agile, quick on their feet, and have the stamina to go for the two minutes flat out – you hit the pack and you need to get through it quickly, so you look ahead, and find your path and the players that will help you find it,” she says. Dwyer is obviously passionate about roller derby, and for good reason – after all, as she says, the sport changed her life. She first heard of it after returning from an overseas trip, when she was looking for a place to keep up with her training in the martial arts of kung fu and wushu. There wasn’t one nearby, but she came across an article


‘‘We’re not trying to be guys ... there’s no difference in the Way Women play sport’’

about roller derby in a magazine, which rekindled her childhood love of speed skating. “It ticked all the boxes. It had the skating, but I didn’t have to be a loner like I would be if I was speed skating. It’s a team sport, which I enjoyed. I had the contact that I had with martial arts, and I got to go fast!” While getting back on her skates was exhilarating, there was another aspect that drew her in. Dwyer joined the Victorian Roller Derby League (VRDL) in March 2007, in the sport’s infancy. There was no structured training at the time; instead, skaters intensely studied YouTube clips of their American counterparts, slowly piecing together a training process at their local roller rink. It’s markedly different to training today, from which new skaters progress at a much faster pace, space permitting – but we’ll get to that later. Dwyer joined at a time when Victorian roller derby was starting from scratch, and everyone involved was putting enormous effort into getting the skates rolling. As she soon found out, she wasn’t just joining a sport – she was helping to develop one. “I’m a personal trainer. Before that I was in events, but when I started roller derby we had to make things up as we went along, find drills and exercises to work in, and I got really into that side of things,” she says. “I became a coach for the league, and we started off before we had proper training space for skating, so we used to do off-skate fitness work like strength and conditioning, and that’s where some of my martial arts came into it.” Another skater with a martial arts background brought her skills to bear, while high-profile skaters from the American league have made the journey down under to share their expertise. Some of the current crop of skaters have American experience as well, such as Berzerker, who skates for the Dead Ringer Rosies, and Kitty DeCapitate of the Reservoir Dolls. “We wouldn’t have been able to develop the way we had without that influence from other people. There’s only so much you can learn from YouTube,” says Dwyer, whose team is the Toxic Avengers. “In the early days, everyone had a role. Everyone had something to do. It’s not for profit. We developed it and continue to run it all ourselves.” And what did it mean to her? “It’s changed my life, it’s changed my career and it’s given me a huge amount of confidence in myself. It’s given me a lot of confidence physically as well, because you learn a lot about your body putting it through such gruelling training,” says Dwyer, who trains six days a week, on skates for three of those, and recommends additional training for strength and conditioning. “It’s a huge part of my life. Everything revolves around it. I try to keep the derby/life balance even. I have a husband, and I do have other friends, so I try to keep it all together – but it’s a challenge.” Dwyer has been married to her husband, Sean, for seven years. They met at a TAFE visual merchandising course, “years and years and years ago”, and he’s there to watch her at every game. “He’s probably a bit scared of me on game day,” she says, grinning. “On game day I tend to keep to myself, chill out, you know, meditate and get in the zone.” The rest of Dwyer’s family is involved as well; it was her father, in fact, who first strapped skates on her feet. “I wasn’t very sporty as a kid, but I had a lot of energy.

A nice way of saying it would be that I was excitable and very active.” Come game day, Dwyer’s parents are usually in the crowd, her father nudging those around him and proudly letting them know that he taught Dwyer all she knows. So would she describe roller derby as being a family sport? “Yes, absolutely! If you see our crowds, they’re full of families. Kids love it and obviously the parents love it; everyone can get something out of it.” Roller derby received a major shot in the arm, publicity-wise, with the release of the Drew Barrymore-directed Whip It last year. Starring the eternally youthful Ellen Page, the film spent more time on romance than it did on skates, but Dwyer says it got a lot right. “I was relieved, actually. I thought that afterwards there would be a lot of explaining about how we don’t elbow, we don’t trip. ‘‘There’s been so much focus on the hype and the showiness, and girls having fights and wearing fishnets, which is pretty much rubbish,” she says. “I thought that was what the film might be about and I was dreading it. But when they did things like elbow and trip they actually got penalised for it, which is what would actually happen. So it was flashy but it was all right.”

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ll the same, it clearly struck a chord with its audience. According to reports, the league received 10 inquiries a day after Whip It’s release, compared with just 10 a week before it. And while Dwyer thinks there wasn’t enough skating in the film, she points out that the level of interest it sparked has yet to recede: “People come and they’re addicted. It’s only going to grow.” However, that growth is severely restricted by space. The league is currently based in Reservoir, with about 1300 people attending games, which take place about every five weeks. For their last game in April, tickets sold out online in eight hours, while tickets in stores sold out a day later. And all this three weeks before a game. The next one is on May 22 – and as you may have guessed, tickets are long gone. “It’s huge. The crowds would be much bigger if we had room; at the moment I think it’s focused on people that are coming regularly. There’s not so much room for new blood,” says Dwyer. Funding for the league comes primarily from ticket sales, so their current low ceiling is a cause for concern. Australian roller derby leagues play by the rules of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association, but they can’t afford to take on WFTDA-accredited leagues from around the world, which is a prerequisite for admission to the association. Space constraints also mean that the league’s three teams train together, without time or room for private sessions. But popularity is a good problem to have, and while Dwyer does get recognised away from the rink, she’s slightly bashful about it. “It’s good. It’s a bit embarrassing sometimes, but it’s great to know that people are excited by it. It means that it’s had an impact on them, that they remember something.” The odds are that it’s Kittie von Krusher they remember, but it wouldn’t be like her to come out and say it. It’s a similar situation during the photo shoot – Dwyer insists she hates having her picture taken, but responds to the camera with effortless grace, her expression leaping from sweet to a snarl in an instant at the photographer’s request. She’s probably too modest to say it, but while roller derby may be a huge part of her life, Katie Engelhardt Dwyer is a pretty big part of Victorian roller derby as well. \

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For a little girl, Suri already exudes a great deal of strength in this beautifully cut child’s bob, which is clean-lined and tidily maintained. She’s as cute as a button. As for colour – children should not colour their hair. And they shouldn’t talk back to their parents, either.

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If you want to get ahead, get a hat have slowly made a Men’s hats comeback over the past few years, and this winter is no exception.

In fact, now is the perfect time to embrace the shades of the film noir era – warm greys, strong blacks and earthy browns, even tweeds, when it comes to donning a hat this season. In the 1920s, the trilby was considered a staple of men at the racetrack because it represented elegance and cool. In the 1960s, the same small-brimmed hat, usually made of felt, was adopted by American subcultures including those on the jazz, ska and mod scene; for these blokes it was all about setting themselves apart from the masses while bowing to nostalgia. Today, the revival in trilbies and pork pies demonstrates a similar yearning to return to the good old-fashioned heyday of hat wearing. It’s no longer just about pulling out the brim for special occasions, such as the spring racing carnival. It’s now quite acceptable for men to team hats with any kind of outfit throughout the year. Hats are as common as ties in a man’s wardrobe and, with so many styles to choose from, there’s no excuse to not be charmed by its narrow or wide-brimmed shape. In fact, the increased popularity in men’s accessories, such as hats, means that more men are opting to wear them on weekends with denim and cardigans, or team them with suits for weddings, parties and just about anything.

A few years ago, actor Brad Pitt was photographed for W magazine wearing a fedora. It not only helped revive the classic hat but it soon became a popular choice for men when they shopped for accessories. In the 1960s, it was president John F. Kennedy's reluctance to wear a hat that inspired author Neil Steinberg to write the book Hatless Jack: The President, the Fedora and the History of American Style. He was curious about why an American culture that had been obsessed with hat wearing suddenly saw it as conformist and dull. My, how times have changed! Johnny Depp, Mickey Rourke, shambolic British singer Peter Doherty (best known for being dumped by Kate Moss), Jack White, of the White Stripes, and Bob Dylan don’t mind dressing up their images when out and about. All have been seen wearing hats that are either hiding heavy hangovers or simply adding a twist to their red-carpet statements. Greenwich Headwear has been making hats since 1969 and is known in Australia and New Zealand for its Scala range. It cleverly markets trilby hats according to musical styles and international cities – they go by names such as Jazz, New Orleans, Nashville and Brooklyn. All are brim-felt hats with contrast stitching. Much has been written about the men’s hat and its impact on social status and fashion. Think of the beret from Kangol, one of Britain's best-known headwear manufacturers, which started making hats in 1938. From the cowboy hat to the Akubra to the Panama (originally made of straw from Ecuador), headwear has always fascinated men. But for now, it’s the trilby’s turn to shine with its soft felt, indented crown and narrow brim. \

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GIG WHITLEY \ WILFRED JACKAL Much-loved Melbourne act Whitley is back in town for three final shows (Northcote Social Club, May 19-May 21). Having departed our shores for a new life in Britain, songwriter Lawrence Greenwood is retiring the Whitley tag after two successful albums, so these fast-selling solo shows offer one last spin through an impressive back catalogue. At the other end of their careers, young powerpoppers Wilfred Jackal are launching their new single Rail at Ding Dong Lounge (May 21). Fusing the stadium-sized emotion of early U2 with the quirkiness of Split Enz, the boys make music that is unashamedly pop and undoubtedly destined for bigger things. Get in early.

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TV MODERN FAMILY \ CHANNEL 10, TUESDAY 8PM This much-hyped American comedy is bound to disappoint, if only because it simply isn’t as laugh-out-loud funny as most reviews would have you believe. In fact, it’s better than that. Modern Family is a mature comedy that’s still unafraid to go for a few cheap sniggers. It’s also a grower, a character-based piece that improves week-on-week as we rub shoulders with three very different branches of the same family. There’s grandfather Jay (Married ... With Children’s Ed O’Neill) and his young Hispanic wife, suburban parents Phil and Claire, and gay new parents Mitchell and Cameron. Along with their respective offspring, all are well-drawn individuals whose varied neuroses promise a wealth of comic conflict in the weeks ahead. In terms of tone, the most obvious reference points are the much-missed Arrested Development and the US take on The Office, the latter’s mockdocumentary approach mirrored here as the action is spliced with character interviews and observations. Likewise, too-cool-for-parenthood dad Phil bears a more-than-passing similarity to Steve Carell’s Michael Scott. However, the show initially lacks the sharp edges of either of its predecessors, displaying a worrying tendency towards slightly soggy, trite endings. Still, these may be teething issues. Given its televisual heritage, Modern Family promises to grow into something that could be quite, quite special.

MUSIC VILLAGERS \ BECOMING A JACKAL (DOMINO) Dark poetry forms the backbone of this debut from Irish singer/songwriter Conor J. O’ Brien. Lyrics take as many surprising twists and turns as the instrumentation, catapulting us across compelling, if unsettling, dreamscapes. (Sample lyric: “Then she became a slave in ancient Athens/she isn’t sure quite how it happened”.) At times, the variety and precision of the songwriting recalls another Conor – Bright Eyes’ Conor Oberst. But while Oberst is chained to the real world, O’Brien is floating some distance above it, spending his days dancing with jackals and learning to see dead people. And yet the songs are no less effective, or affecting, for it. Instead, like seductive shadow puppetry they allow the listener to find their own meaning from the imagery on offer.

Opening with grainy mobile-phone footage of a drug-fuelled, senseless murder, this dark debut from director Daniel Barber plunges us vertiginously downward into the lawless world of a south London housing estate. In his 110th film, Michael Caine (above) makes a convincing return to old turf, both geographically and cinematically. His Harry Brown makes a slow, truthful transition from genial old bloke to gun-toting ex-marine, seeking vengeance for his friend’s brutal slaying at the hands of the local hoodies. Although verging on pure revenge fantasy, this thought-provoking film is more than a retread of Get Carter with a Zimmer frame. Its brutal, broken world – painted in a dirty palette of browns, greens and streetlight amber – feels pure dystopian science fiction, as if the world has ended and nobody has noticed. Within the estate walls, to all extents and purposes, it has. Caine’s sympathetic Harry is a forgotten relic of a world of meaning and respect, the last human in a world of vicious, alien apes. While Barber makes no attempt to shelter us from the violence and gore of his crusade, he gives us reason enough to wish him success. As such, like Harry himself, we are forced to confront the gap between our morality and our reality. Tense, taut and utterly compelling, Harry Brown will have you reconsidering that next trip to London.

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Fairy tales do come true

peter wilmoth discovers that the many joys of port Fairy are well worth the three-hour drive.

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uilt around a whaling station established in 1835, Port Fairy is a beautiful little town with some serious history to enjoy. With its strong Irish population it was originally named Belfast, and its Celtic origins are still evident in the town. It’s a long drive with the kids – not much change from three hours – and they were walking a bit like mini-cowboys and girls when we stopped for petrol at Warrnambool, but if you’ve got music and car games it’s fine. The joys of Port Fairy are worth the trip. For family accommodation in Port Fairy, there are some good options. We found one through word of mouth and decided to put it to the large-group test. My friend and I, her four children and my two nearly filled Bluestone Bay, a big house on the edge of the beach just outside the township. It was perfect for us – huge living area for games spread out all over the floor, as well as for random dancing (the eight of us did quite a bit of random dancing in the weeks after Michael Jackson’s death, in tribute and just because the songs were just so damned danceable). The eight of us had dinner at a large dining table overlooking the sea. My friend and I toasted each other from either end of this huge table with a lovely glass of wine. We had stuff to toast – we’d followed through on her idea and brought all the kids to such a fantastic part of the world. It’s no wonder Bluestone Bay is so heavily booked – it pushes all the buttons if there are a lot of you. Two families could easily share, and you wouldn’t go mad, either. Not that you have to offset the cost. At $300 a night (minimum two nights), it’s affordable for what you get, which is lots of wow factor amid all the functionality. The house has a jaw-dropping view of the Southern

Bottom: The Moyne River is a good spot to watch the boats head out to sea. (SuPPlied)

Ocean through floor-to-ceiling windows, and direct access to a beautiful beach. It can sleep up to 12 (two master bedrooms with shared en suite) and a large living area in the middle. It has a four-person spa and a protected courtyard with a barbecue. Kids’ paradise.

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Bay Sands is dog-friendly and has boogie boards, fishing gear and bikes for guests. It is in Griffiths Street on the caravan park side, just one minute from the beach.

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Belfast Cottages is good for families. There is a kids’ playground and lots of room to kick a footy or play. The cottages have a spa bath, three bedrooms and gas log fires. belfastcottages.com

Hearns Beach House has five bedrooms, four of which are doubles and one is a bunk room with three bunks sleeping six kids. The bunk room has its own games area. hearnsbeachhouse.com

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Highly recommended is a walk around the rows of 19th-century whalers’ and seamen’s cottages, which appear untouched since the mid-1850s. The town has 50 buildings protected by the National Trust. The children were fascinated by the history in front of them: a great interactive way to get them interested in Victoria’s past.

Stop for a drink at The Caledonian Inn, or the “Stump” as it is known to locals (41 Bank Street). Established in 1844, it’s the oldest continually licensed premises in Victoria. The walls feature some fantastic photographs of Port Fairy’s early days. No pokies here, just a great community feeling. We bought rolls and ham slices and cake (all right, and a bottle of chablis for the grown-ups) and had a picnic lunch on the wharf on the Moyne River, watching the boats putt-putt out to sea. There’s a handy playground nearby, too. Rebecca’s (72 Sackville Street), with an ice-cream shop next door, and Ramellas around the corner in Bank Street are good options for lunch. For dinner, try the Victoria Hotel (42 Bank Street) and Madagalli on Bank (24 Bank Street), which serves pasta and pizza.

The lighThouSe

Built in 1859 to mark a reef and to inform ships’ captains they were passing Port Fairy, a walk to see this is a great morning activity. It was manned until 1952, when it was automated. What child doesn’t love a lighthouse? Visit the nearby dormant volcano and Tower Hill State Game Reserve (10 minutes to the east) or Mount Eccles National Park (20 minutes to the north-west). On the way back to Melbourne, stop at Peterborough on the Great Ocean Road and soak in the spectacular Bay of Martyrs. For more information on Port Fairy and surrounds, visit the official website, visitportfairy-moyneshire.com.au Phone inquiries at the Port Fairy and region Visitor information centre, 5568 2682 or 1300 656 564. \ pwilmoth@theweeklyreview.com.au


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ShQ BoardSPortS (SandrIngham)

GeorGe IerodIaconou george@kitemag.com.au

81 Beach Road, Sandringham

Phone:

9598 2867

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, Hawaii’s beach boys began paddling into sets at Waimea Bay with tourists’ cameras dangling around their necks. They balanced on the longest surfboards they could find and paddled with oars from outrigger canoes. That’s when and how Stand-Up Paddle (SUP) surfing was born. Those pictures inadvertently sparked the surfing movement. Pipedreams were born, and today there are about 700,000 surfers in Australia. But the defining moment when SUP exploded as a sport was when Laird Hamilton rode Teahupoo, one of the meanest waves in the world, on a stand-up paddle board on August 1, 2006. Since then, SUP has mutated again and again. In Holland, there are SUP races down canals, in Canada, SUP races are held down rapids, and in Melbourne’s Port Phillip Bay there are more people than ever just cruising around on the water. SUP is on TV and seven-time world surfing champion Layne Beachley, not surfing, but just floating on the water with a SUP. Hawaiian water sports legend Robbie Naish predicts SUP will be bigger than windsurfing, kitesurfing and surfing combined. “Because anyone can do it, anywhere, it has a broad appeal,” he said. SHQ Boardsports instructor Luke Meyers said SUP is the only sport that you “get a six-pack for no extra charge”. The 37-year-old began “SUPing” three years ago and now runs classes at the SHQ boathouse, next door to Sandringham Yacht Club. “Anyone from six to 76 can do it and learn it in five minutes,” he said. Meyers said SUP is like Pilates but on the water. As a sport, it is getting serious with personal training classes and stroke-correction classes in the pipeline. “Like Pilates, you need to learn the technique,” he said. “It is fantastic for your core, and after a single class people can normally feel the difference.” Phil Cooper, from SUP St Kilda, said 60 per cent of his students are women. “This is great to see and evens up the scale a bit because other sports such as kiteboarding and surfing are dominated by men,” he said. “Women are heading off on the water to a café for breakfast in a big group instead of walking. “This just adds to the appeal of Melbourne as a liveable city.” Cooper also runs penguin and Yarra tours with SUPs and is proud to say that no one has yet landed in the Yarra. The tour takes in sites such as the MCG, Polly Woodside, Melbourne Aquarium, Southbank, Eureka Tower, the Rialto, Banana Alley and Flinders Street Station. Global Surf Industries’ Corey Davis, who is heads of research and development, said SUP is branching into three areas: surfing, racing and cruising. “Right now we are building a complete range of new Fish-style SUPs for surfers,” he said. \

Where:

www.shq.com.au Instructor: Luke Meyers courses:

Single lesson $50 an hour or come with a friend for $40 an hour. SUP rental $25 an hour and $100 a day. School groups and social groups.

SUP St KIlda Beach Where:

Beaconsfield Parade, West Beach, St Kilda

Phone:

0416 184 994

e: info@supb.com.au www.supb.com.au Instructor: Michael Lance courses:

Group lesson, prove, penguin tours, Yarra tours, corefitness classes and school groups.

chairman of the board: Luke Meyers says that anyone from six to 76 can learn SuP in five minutes. (eaMon GaLLaGher)

SUP

is sometimes spun by marketers to be the sport of ancient Hawaiian kings and queens. The only evidence of SUP that exists before 1960 is when Captain James Cook reported watching fishermen in Tahiti standing up in a canoe to paddle across shallow reefs in search of fish to spear. Almost anyone can enjoy the fun sport, especially in calm, quiet waters. Shoulders, laterals, abs and legs all work together to keep you moving forward while maintaining balance.

TeLL uS about what you love to do most in Port Phillip Bay – email george@kitemag.com.au


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REVIEW\ BOOKS

“LIFE ARGUES THAT 2000-09 WAS A DECADE IN WHICH THE WORLD CHANGED.”

A Life line to history 2000-09 the decade that changed WAS the world? The editors of Life say yes. “We measure our history in terms of eras

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LIFE 2000-2009 THE DECADE THAT CHANGED THE WORLD, $60

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and epochs, loaning a personality to certain periods,’’ they state in a new photo-and-essay book on this subject. “The Industrial Age, the Roaring ’20s, the American Century and so on. “What to make, then, of the past 10 years, a time of extraordinary events and seismic shifts?’’ Life argues that 2000-09 was a decade in which the world changed. Poring over this fine publication – the latest in a long line of Time Life books that celebrate journalism and photography – you recall how events such as the September 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Centre in New York and the invasion of Iraq by US forces reverberated internationally. But as you read you realise that the “seismic shifts’’ occurred mainly in the US. It was a decade when America’s self-confidence was badly shaken, when its people questioned their own morals and ethics, responses, crisis management structures, international role and genuine thoughtfulness towards others. “From the beginning, with the contested presidential election of 2000, America was looking hard at itself and the road ahead,’’

Life writes. “How divided are we? Where are we headed? Then came the horrific events of September 11 and nothing would be quite the same thereafter.’’ Certainly, The Decade That Changed The World has a strong American skew. We should forgive the publishers this indulgence, however. Their books are produced primarily for the US market; without those healthy sales numbers, a beautiful hardback book with superb colour plates would not be available to the rest of us at such a reasonable price. The book starts with the New Year’s Eve celebrations at the start of a new millennium, then tracks America at war, the shame of Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad, the 2004 tsunami and then Hurricane Katrina the following year, global warming politics, the 2008 US presidential election, and the rise and rise of Barack Obama. It also recalls those who died – Pope John Paul II, Sir Edmund Hillary, Katharine Hepburn and Paul Newman, Julia Child, Senator Edward Kennedy, Michael Jackson and Luciano Pavarotti, to name a few. Life book devotees will not want to miss this one. \

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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 Breath by Tim Winton (Penguin). Go to www.theweeklyreview.com.au and follow the book link to join in.

ALONE IN BERLIN by Hans Fallada $26.95 (Penguin)

FICTION

Berliner Otto Quangel and his wife, Anna, are passive observers of Adolf Hitler’s rise to power. But in 1940, when their much-loved son, Ottochen, is killed while with the German army, Otto is prompted to act. This unlikely activist starts by writing and letter-dropping anonymous pamphlets urging his fellow citizens to oppose the war and the policies of the National Socialists. First published in 1947, this brilliant study of a paranoid and fearful society took 60 years to be published in English.

A QUESTION OF BELIEF by Donna Leon $32.95 (William Heinemann)

MYSTERY

Venetian sleuth Commissario Guido Brunetti is back, this time trying to solve the murder of court official Araldo Fontana. Why would someone want this good man dead, and what mysteries lie behind the courthouse’s power structure? American author Donna Leon has lived in Venice for more than 20 years and her Brunetti novels have brought her deserved international acclaim. This latest in the series will not disappoint fans.

LANGUAGE

The evolution of the English language is a fascinating story of conquering warlords, the search for identity and the role of famous champions of its development, such as Alfred the Great, Geoffrey Chaucer, William Shakespeare, Samuel Johnson and the inventors of Scrabble! We highly recommend this beautifully presented and highly accessible hardback for anyone interested in history, culture and social studies.

CATHY GOWDIE, WRITER, MOTHER AND VIGNERON

JACKSON’S FOOTY by Dwayne Russell $27.50 (Slattery Media Group)

THE STORY OF ENGLISH: HOW THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE CONQUERED THE WORLD by Philip Gooden $45 (Quercus)

KIDS

CORRIE PERKIN corrie@mybookshop.net.au

Sometimes good things can happen when AFL stars publish a book. Commentator and former Geelong player Dwayne Russell has written a delightful story about Jackson, a footy young nut who is obsessed with his red leather Sherrin and the game it represents. With gorgeous illustrations by Donna Gynell, Jackson’s football-crazed world, we realise, is ours, too. The perfect gift for young fans of the game.

“Dinner guests are imminent and Canadian wine writer Natalie MacLean purges her coffee table. Out goes People magazine. In comes Anna Karenina. In Red, White and Drunk All Over, MacLean writes with verve and self-deprecating fun about everything from pre-dinner party tension to vintage champagne. I’ve learned a lot about wine from her and it didn’t hurt a bit. My read of the moment is Garry Disher’s Wyatt – a favourite Australian writer revisiting my favourite fictional crim. It has Melbourne zeitgeist, superb characterisations and a plot that keeps me glued to the page when I should be making school lunches.’’


Review\ OFF THe LeASH

... and they call it puppy love ... Owners are giving their pets the sorts of creature comforts they’d give to their children ... even a social networking site, writes Francesca carter has one of the world’s highest AuSTRALiA levels of pet ownership, with about 63 per cent of Australia’s households owning

some kind of pet. In Melbourne, Australia’s style capital, pet pampering is a fast-growing industry that gives pet owners plenty of choice in treating their beloved furry friends to day spas, gourmet food, designer clothing and accessories. It doesn’t stop there. Other new services include pet day care, home holiday care, dog walking, pet play groups, pet cremations and pet cemeteries. Pet-as-art-subject has also exploded with owners sometimes spending thousands of dollars to have their pets painted, sketched or photographed. Award-winning photographer Anna Clemann, founder and director of Creature Focus Animal Photography, says pet photography is a niche area in the pet industry, which has grown substantially in the past couple of years. “I have been doing pet photography for five years and in that time I have seen a number of specialist pet photographers enter the market,’’ she says. “More and more people see their pet as a major part of their family and want to have beautiful images of them in their home and at work.” When photographing one of her clients, Anna takes into account the type of personality of the animal and the surroundings. She captures unique images that tell a story beyond the immediate photo by using a variety of techniques and location options. “When we photographed a lizard, the owner (my brother Nick) and I travelled to Mount Dandenong, where we went on a 45-minute hike carrying the poor lizard in a bag,” says Anna. “We eventually found an undesignated spot, off the track, where we could take the photos.” When Caroline and Dean Heinz had their two pugs, Kevin and Dudley, photographed it proved a memorable experience. “We don’t have children ourselves, so our dogs are part of the family,” says Dean. “It was important to get photos of them because they are good characters and always make us laugh.” When photographing her subjects, Anna makes everyone feel relaxed. “She let the dogs run around instead of being on a pedestal. We were there for half an hour and spent most of the time laughing,” says Dean. Lisa Wittman, who has had her miniature poodle, Cuddly, photographed twice, says Anna made animal noises to catch the dog’s reaction on camera. “Everyone always comments at how photogenic Cuddly is and it’s because of Anna,” says Lisa. Dressed in her Burberry jumper, Cuddly, who was rescued by the


five top dos and don’ts of pet grooming

2 RSPCA, now has a library of her own portraits. Another huge trend sweeping the pet industry is having a personalised pet website. Lifebooks, created by Australian company Living Years Pets, is a website that enables pet owners to create a profile for their pet, and record and celebrate its life. The website has advanced social networking functionality that enables the uploading of photos, videos, the submitting of comments and stories, time lines and reminders such as visits to the vet. Lifebooks users can easily search for pet names, or search for Lifebooks of similar breeds and then interact with other pet parents. Lifebooks provides an opportunity for pet businesses to expand their products without having the inventory costs, risks or exposure. As executive director Barry Epstein says: “In the pet industry the breed is the brand and we can cater to that breed and customise that.” It is the new Facebook for pets. Lifebooks director Avril Henry says: “We created a unique opportunity that now meets owners’ strong and growing needs to pamper their pets regardless of specie or breed.” The Lifebooks website was launched in the US on April 30 and has already had a successful response with Pet Life Radio, America’s No.1 radio program utilising the website. The Lifebook will cost $60 a year and is a great interactive forum to record a living or deceased pet. \

fcarter@theweeklyreview.com.au The eyes have it: Anna Clemann, of Creature Focus Animal Photography, captures a perfect canine study (far left), a feathered friend (above), and Nick and his pet lizard at Mt Dandenong.

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We all like to feel comfortable in the bath and dogs are no exception. When washing your friend always make sure that the bath tub is the right size and that you are regulating the water temperature. Also choose the right shampoo for your dog's skin and coat and never use your own hair products. Your dog has a different pH level and your shampoos can plague their skin with painful irritations. Never wash your dog more then once a month because you will take away the natural oils that enable a dog's hair to grow nicely and keep them warm.

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Poodles are not the only type of dog that require a manicure. When clipping your dog’s nails, always use special clippers for dogs and cats and clip slowly. It is best to clip after the bath when the water has softened the nails and skin. If you are unsure or not confident about doing it, seek professional help.

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Cleaning your dog’s ears regularly, especially during spring and summer, will prevent ear infections. Always clean gently the "outer inside" of the ear with a soft gauze or cotton ball and an ear cleaning solution specific for your animal. Never use cotton buds.

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Different dogs' hair types require different brushes and it is important to consult a specialist when choosing the right brush. If you are washing your dog, brush before and after and for longer-haired dogs make sure you use a conditioner so that brushing is smoother. Always brush gently as this will avoid scraping the skin and giving your dog brush burn.

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It is important to do regular check-ups on our little friends. Areas to check include the skin and hair, the eyes, ears, gums and teeth, between the toes, and your dog's backbone. You should take your pet to the vet at least once a year and make sure that it gets it regular vaccinations. \

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Best on the market

The Lawrence Soft Slicker Brush (1) This top-of-the-range brush is best for dogs with long, wavy and curly coats. The slicker will remove the dead coat of hair and assist in untangling knots and preventing matts. Bent bristles keep fur in the brush and off the furniture. For all types of dogs. RRP $18.95-$32.95 (Murphy’s Paw)

Basic

The Furminator (2) Fast and comfortable to use, it is a brush that will thin out thick-coated areas on long-haired dogs. It has a stainless steel edge that effortlessly reduces floating fur. RRP $75 (Pet Pavilion)

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for the little ones

The Lawrence Puppy Brush With a lightweight aluminium construction and a soft cushioned pad, the Puppy Brush is best for the sensitive skins of young puppies. RRP $19.95 (Murphys Paw)

for knots

Mars Coat King Comb (3) This strips large areas by easily removing loose hair, especially thick undercoats. The combs are in different sizes to work with different types of coats. The topcoat hairs go straight through the teeth and the undercoat hair, being wavy, is caught in the teeth and removed. RRP $49 (smaller comb) and $65 (larger comb) (Best Friends Pet Super Centre)

for the season

The Gripsoft Shedding Loop (4) The Gripsoft Shedding Loop is a quick and easy tool for moulting flat coats. It collects the dead undercoat without damaging the topcoat. It is not an ideal tool for delicate areas such as tummy, legs and chest. For short to medium-haired dogs. RRP (cats) $12.95, (dogs) 16.95 (Murphy’s Paw)

Best product

Plush Puppy Revival Coat (5) This is a leave-in product designed to moisturise and rehydrate all types of coats without leaving them greasy or oily. Also acts as deodoriser and detangler. For all types of dogs. RRP $19.95 (Best Friends Pet Super Centre)

after the Beach

Kong Zoom Groom Rubber Dog Grooming Brush (6) This is a great brush to be used wet or dry and only removes the dead coat without damaging the new coat. It is quick to use and dogs generally like the brush’s massaging quality. For short-haired dogs. RRP $22.95 (Murphy’s Paw)


Review\ ReARview

BEaUt UtE thE FaMIlY’s MaIN RIdE A This Ford Mainline ute has seen half a century of solid service with the same family, writes KEVIN NORBURY.

ll sorts of cars and trucks have come into 78-year-old Don Warren’s life in one way or another, but none quite like the Ford Mainline ute he bought new in Stawell more than 50 years ago. What’s more, he’s still got it, it still goes, still has that big V8 sound, and it’s still registered. Don is a man who never lets much slip through his fingers. He married his wife, Anne, 54 years ago, in 1956, and bought the 1957-model Mainline the year after. “I paid 1250 quid for the ute, brand-spankin’ new,” he says, pride in his voice. “It was a big, beautiful, powerful machine (after what he had been driving).” Ask him why he’d buy a ute, having just been married and with a family in mind, and on reflection he says, “I don’t know. It should have been a car, shouldn’t it?” But like Don, the ute has seen and been many things in its day, which could help explain it. It became both family car and workhorse. “We often went spotlighting in the ute. And duck shooting on Lake Fyans every year. Bang! Bang!” he says, eyes glinting through large, brown-rimmed glasses. “We carted wood with it and towed the trailer behind just as loaded, I went to work in it (as a Country Roads Board spray-gang contractor for 40 years), used to take mum shopping. It was the only wheels I had.” He calls his ute “Gus”, and for good reason. It still bears the same black-and-white plates it was issued 53 years ago – GUS-716. “That’s just as it came,” he says. And it still sits in the carport behind the Warren home in Halls Gap – where Don was born and bred – in the foothills of the Grampians, in western Victoria.

Top: The Mainline was named Gus for its number plate. Workhorse: Don Warren (centre) and his beloved ute, with daughter Michelle and son steven. (kEVIn norBury)

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The Ford Mainline was the utility and base version of the Customline, Ford’s flagship car of the day. The Customline, a favourite with large families, was launched in 1952 with a three-speed column shift and a 239-cubic-inch (3.9-litre) sidevale V8, and the Mainline appeared soon after. In 1955, the Customline was given a slightly bigger body, a wraparound windscreen, small tailfins and a bigger 272-cubic-inch (4.4-litre) V8, which also went into the Mainline. Both retained their six-volt electric systems. In 1956, the big news was 12-volt electrics. For the ’57 model, the Customline and Mainline came with a big V8 badge set in the grille and much bolder chromework. The last Mainline was built in 1959, when the Fairlane was introduced. Despite the Depression and the war in Europe, the Cadillac V16 survived for 11 years. A total of 4076 were made. There were 50 different body styles. Most were built by Fleetwood, and 10 perr cent by Fisher. The car weighs about three tonnes.

Nowadays a grubby shade of white, admittedly, given the ute’s age, but that’s hardly the point of it. It’s real significance is that not only was it the family car for more than 20 years, his four adult children, who are all now in their late 40s and 50s, grew up with it and they each have just as many fond memories of the old ute as their father. “It’s pretty much original,” says Don, his favourite bright-orange CRB cap firmly fixed on his head. “Except I’ve had the seat re-upholstered. The original seat had an armrest. And I’ve put Fairlane wheels and tyres on it, and a Fairlane diff put in it to match the wheels.” He’s not sure why he did that now. The odometer shows 298,850 miles (nearly half-a-million kilometres), so it’s hardly surprising its 272-cubic-inch (4.4-litre) V8 has been overhauled, and that was not that long ago, either. The bodywork has had its share of hard knocks, thanks to accident-prone kangaroos in this rocky mountain part of the world, particularly at night. “She’s hit a few ’roos,” says Don. “I’ve smashed the bumper and mudguards a few times.” Jump in behind that big steering wheel and the classic 1940’s half-moon speedo and still there in the dash is its circular Astor valve radio. That’s original. Eldest son, Steven, 53, who was not even born when his father brought the ute home, was only too eager to relate a story he had heard about that Astor radio. Apparently mum and dad and his Uncle Brian were on their way home from a ball one night when they stopped at a service station just outside Stawell, and on the concrete apron, in their exuberance, started dancing in the headlights to Rock Around the Clock they had blaring out on the Astor. Don seemed coy when I asked him about that. “Brian and Anne were doing the dancing, not me,” he says. Steven also recalled the day they shifted a piano to the Moyston pub. “Someone got on the back and started playing it,” he says. His father remembers that, too. “But I wasn’t driving,” he says. “I was sitting in the back holding the piano.” Anne remembers the long trips they made to Melbourne in the Mainline to visit her family in Carlton, where she grew up. “When we went to Melbourne, the whole family used to be in the ute,” she says. Joy (the eldest) sat on the seat in the middle, she nursed Michelle, then the baby, and Steven lay on the back ledge behind the seat. That was in the days before seatbelts, of course. In later years, Michelle was on the back ledge and the two boys, including the youngest, Fred, sat in the back, which by then had a canopy and two seats out of a Chev 4 truck. The first car Don ever owned was one he built himself as a 17-year-old. “I made that up out of bits and pieces and we finished up with a Model-T, about a 1924. I just put it together as it came,” he says, as if that was no big deal. “It’s still up there in the shed. There are two or three others there, too. After that I used dad’s Consul.” And that’s still in the shed as well. Don eventually bought a 10-year-old 1968 Ford Fairlane as the family set of wheels, but he could never contemplate parting with his Mainline ute. “No, I won’t sell her,” he says firmly. “Not that one. She stays in the family, that bloke.” \

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view, share, collaborate, critique and trade amazing user-generated artwork and literature. After just a few minutes browsing the site, you’ll see that deviantART absolutely oozes a vibe of youthful creativity. Basic membership is free, allowing users to create their own profile and start uploading their artwork, poems and films, or “Deviations”, as they are called on site. You don’t need to be a member to browse, and making a trip to what is arguably the world’s largest online art gallery is as economical as it is carefree. Feeding the furnace of creativity at deviantART are the wonderful tools available for interactivity and creative development. Members are able to comment on each other’s works, leave detailed critiques and add ratings for vision, originality, technique and impact – helping users share their knowledge and opinions and learn. The Portfolio Wizard also offers a remarkable platform for budding artists to create their own online portfolio and professionally present their works to potential employers, art schools or clients. Users are also able to earn money by selling works through the prints shop. You’d be forgiven for assuming that deviantART

is more about artists than it is about enthusiasts, however, even for non-artist types, inbuilt social features make deviantART a great place to simply experience art and interact with those behind it. Interact in the live chat rooms while you peruse your favourite artists’ journals, news articles, community forums and join various groups. There are also ample ways to link your favourite works of art to friends via Twitter, Facebook and other social-media websites. If you’re inclined to want to get something out of the wretched computer and on to a wall, no problem. Browse the seemingly endless pages of works available to buy and, depending on the specific piece, order a digital print or a ready-to-hang canvas. Established on the web for nearly 10 years, deviantART has more than 12 million members and more than 100 million pieces of original art. If that’s not impressive enough, 80,000 new works are added each day, so no matter how much you think you’ve experienced, there is always a multitude of new people to meet and pieces to see. \

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colleague recently told me women who live in my inner-northern suburb don’t shave. It was in response to my suggestion that school pick-ups in her bayside suburb must be hell, given she had to show up next to football wives who’ve spent the day being personally trained and botoxed. If living in Brunswick makes you disinclined to exfoliate, and Brighton brings the gift of thinness and tickets to the Brownlow, then where we choose to live is important. But does it make us who we are – and can the suburb we live in give us what we want out of life? A lot of things come into play when we decide where to live. A large backyard, two loos and close proximity to transport are important, but what about that great big thing called “suburb brand” – the intangible values that describe and define a location’s essence? East Malvern offers a conservative bubble – GPs mixed up with middle-aged aspirants who’ve upgraded from Oakleigh on their second home. Buying into Brunswick gives you the big PC ticket – diversity. Residents there must have chickens, membership in a community choir and a general need to make left-wing comments on Jon Faine’s caller line. And don’t get me started on North Carlton: it’s now so la di da since the retired Camberwell empty nesters moved in. Parma-and-pot nights are nowhere to be seen; it is now all salmon-on-a-bed-of-something land. When I first moved to Melbourne from the country more than 25 years ago, a perky girl from Presbyterian

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Ladies’ College suggested we go to Toorak Road for smoked-salmon bagels. It was then I realised there was something important about that particular location. We could have had a cheese sandwich at the uni café, but well, no, we couldn’t actually. All these years later, I’m ashamed to say I’ve never been to Belgrave or Carnegie, and only once, for a friend’s 21st, have I visited Glen Waverley – but I do have some idea about the kind of people who live in these suburbs. We all have brand prejudices, no matter which side of the river we live.

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I recently gasped when an artist told me he and his wife were living in Ivanhoe. It’s just that they were just sooo North Fitzroy. They did assure me, however, they were considering primary schools for their four-year-old in Collingwood, which actually, inexplicably, I was most relieved to hear. And an acquaintance recently told me she was embarrassed to admit she grew up in Toorak, given the posh, privileged, private-school assumptions people instantly made about her. Everything in the modern world is about “brand”. Brand is what drives upsizing, inner-city couples to choose Hawthorn for their family home, as opposed to Northcote. It’s whether they value proximity to private schools and the safety of being around “people like us” more than good coffee and a cheap taxi home after a night out. Brand is what makes Essendon women dress like they live in South Yarra. Or downsizing eastern suburbanites and their shiatsu terriers to choose Albert Park over Williamstown. But is it better to live in the fancy part of West Preston than the Bulleen end of North Balwyn? And is it OK for a friend who lives in Ringwood to tell people she lives in the “eastern suburbs”? Is growing up in Broadmeadows or Reservoir allowed to be a badge of honour – but only when you’ve made it to the other side? The big question Melburnians should all ask themselves is this: if you won Tattslotto or some old aunty leaves you an unexpected, significant sum of money – would you do it? Would you pack up the kids and sneak inner-east? \

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Market fears risky business

RobeRt Gottliebsen explains the dark forces behind the market’s fall. in global The weakness stockmarkets contains unwelcome messages for investors everywhere.

And the Resources Super Profits Tax only adds to the uncertainties. Stockmarkets in China, the US, Australia and Europe have all experienced significant falls. Automated trading systems in the US were partly to blame for the massive fall witnessed on Wall Street recently, but there is a deeper message. Accordingly, it is now time to take stock of the forces that have been unleashed. Australia’s weak spots were always going to be in the firing line if there was any serious downturn in China or Europe. But at this crucial time in the recovery, the Australian Government has foolishly increased the sovereign risk of investing in Australia, which adds a whole new layer of uncertainty to our country’s future. Governments have introduced resource rent taxes before, but Kevin Rudd’s plan kicks in when companies are getting returns of 6 per cent. A 6 per cent return hardly justifies the title of Super Profit. Why he has chosen to lift taxes on our key export industry at such a critical point in the world recovery is unclear. It is so dangerous that I find it hard to believe that it will not be changed, either by Rudd himself or a new government. Enormous amounts have been written about the Greek problem but in essence European banks did exactly the same thing as the US banks did: they lent money to someone who had no hope of repaying it. The US bankers could have found out that the so-called subprime borrowers did not have the capacity to repay simply by going around America and talking to them. Similarly, if bankers drove around the Greek countryside, they would have realised Greece could not repay because the country is based on a cash economy. By using the euro as their currency, the Greeks did not allow their lower wealth to be reflected in the value of their currency exchange. They were able to maintain their living standards because silly bankers were prepared to lend them the money, just as they were prepared to lend to those with no income in the US.

Sydney, Australia - May 07: Stocks opened weaker on the Australian Stock Exchange in Sydney, following the overnight Wall Street plunge and uncertainty about the Greek debt crisis. The S&P/ASX200 was down 2.75 per cent in early trading. (CAmEron SPEnCEr/GETTy ImAGES)

In the US, the subprime problem was multiplied as follow-on events were triggered because confidence had been broken. And that’s what is happening in Europe. The Germans may bail out Greece but will not bail out any other country, and we are seeing the contagion spreading to Spain, Portugal and perhaps Italy. Accordingly, it will require considerable work to maintain the solvency of some banks in Europe, and because the banks are interconnected it spreads fear globally. That’s what is happening now. If the Greek rescue package holds together it might be possible to delay the crisis for a year or two, but the warning from the stockmarket is that this is very dangerous territory. At best we are going to see a depression in Greece and tough trading in the rest of Europe. This will affect profits globally. Stockmarkets are adjusting share prices accordingly but they are now starting to move into bank fear territory. But I add an important caveat. We are likely to see a strong rise in the US as investors look to the safe haven of the world’s reserve currency. The US market’s recent fall is in no way catastrophic, and US dollar earnings could be very valuable in this climate. The second message coming out of the global share decline is a warning about what’s happening in China. The Shanghai Index has fallen dramatically and we are starting to get reports from China that are quite disturbing. Brokerage houses such as Jianyin Investment Securities say Chinese house prices may slump 30 per cent as local authorities implement government measures to crack down on property speculation. The number of home sales has fallen nearly 40 per cent in 15 major cities and confidence has been substantially weakened. It was important that China curb its property bubble, but if these reports are correct, then the bubble has been pricked and there will be substantial blows ahead for China’s banking system. This is exactly what I picked up on in Europe in January when I discovered that Pivot Capital – the same group that accurately predicted the US subprime crisis

– forecast a major fall in Chinese property in the second half of 2010. A serious decline in China will affect commodity prices, but remember that China cannot afford to have a major collapse and is likely to take whatever measures are necessary to keep the situation under control. In circumstances like this, Australia should keep its head down. Instead, we lifted taxes of resource profits to about 57 per cent – and in some cases much higher. That makes investing here much more dangerous and has caused shockwaves around the world because it shows an unexpected instability in Australia. And when you look back, there is a distinct pattern emerging. The Government has launched a series of attacks against private enterprise in this country. It is now in the middle of a campaign against those shareholders who bought Telstra shares (either directly or in later transactions) by setting up a rival network and offering inadequate compensation. The Government strongly advocated an emissions trading scheme that would have seen most of the major power generating utilities that had invested in Australia wiped out with retrospective legislation. It also lifted labour costs with its new industrial relations legislation. It’s possible that Rudd is playing the game of announcing extreme legislation so he can make some compromises later. If that is right, and the other two global forces are contained, then the mining stocks that have been hammered will be extremely good buying. But if Rudd sticks to his guns, and the public does not understand what he has done, then Australia will be a much poorer place as a result. Once overseas markets have settled, the strategy of buying stocks in Australian companies with overseas exposure, as put forward by Evans & Partners, starts to make a lot of sense. Among those with substantial US dollar-based overseas interests are CSL, Cochlear, QBE, Westfield and News Corporation. But of course if global bank fears take hold then there will be no place to hide. \

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Extracting the digits couldn’t wait to tell my best friend, Jamie, whose six-digit number was testament to the age of his connection at the time. These days digits are all that matter. Back then, everything to do with a phone connection belonged to Telecom Australia (or, if you’re old enough, the PMG), up to and including the telephone handset. Its network, its technology, its responsibility. It had tight control over what devices could be plugged in and added to the network (not many). It could concentrate on maintaining a quality network and equipment – albeit with limited capability – and Australian telecommunications were generally well-regarded on the world stage. Now all manner of things are sent over the public switched telephone network (PSTN) — from the decidedly prosaic phone call to internet traffic, medical scans, banking transactions and security camera images. What it all relies on, regardless of the content, is that it’s made of the same stuff: it’s all digital information. You’ve probably read or heard that digital technology reduces complex signals (music, for instance) to a long stream of zeros and ones. All very conceptual, and not terribly interesting unless you’re a mathematician. But once everything is zeros and ones it can potentially be measured and billed the same — although many a business owner wants it to be otherwise. Exhibit One for discussion is Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP), which takes the zeros and ones constructed from your voice and sends them across the internet to whomever you’re speaking with. Just like, um, a phone call. Thing is, if you can treat a phone call just like any other internet

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traffic (and you can), then it becomes increasingly difficult to justify charging hugely more for a phone call than for the equivalent zeros and ones if they constituted, for example, a web page you’re viewing on the internet. Your telecommunications company (“telco”) knows this, and knows it has a battle for your dollars in the face of new VOIP companies. If you’re not using VOIP now, you will be soon, because the cost savings are enormous compared with your current monthly phone bill. It goes much further than just phone calls: a single, fast, reliable digital connection could happily handle multiple VOIP calls, digital television and radio stations, plus the security, medical and internet needs of a family. And so reserving one expensive phone line for the odd voice call is looking rather wasteful. The telcos know it, the mobile network operators know it, and the Rudd Government knows it. Which is why they plan to spend billions on the National Broadband Network (NBN). The NBN is planned to provide a fast digital connection to each Australian home for all manner of future technology. In the same way that trains and highways opened up lines of commerce and trading, the NBN will pave the way for many advances in business, education, entertainment, health and medicine – advances that may now be a twinkle in their inventors’ eyes but which the NBN has the potential to ignite. The recently-released NBN implementation study has said it’s commercially viable. As with any politically charged plan, there’s still a long way to go before we can reap the benefits. Here’s hoping our politicians can learn to speak the same language as the rest of us: digital.\

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involved A large and enthusiastic team of Buxton staff, partners and children were among the 40,000 Melburnians who participated in the annual Mother’s Day Classic run/walk around The Tan on Sunday, 9th May, raising money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). In the past 11 years the Mother’s Day Classic has raised a total of $5.7 million for the NBCF. Buxton is one of only six Gold Partners of the NBCF Australia wide.

Some of the Buxton team members who participated in the Mother’s Day Classic.


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Children’s parties are no longer just what parents want ... they are part and parcel of party planners, entertainers and event stylists, writes FranCesCa Carter

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MasterChef challenge: Matt Preston and Phoebe at her party, which catered for 150 guests. (SuPPliEd)

Main: Charlotte (left) and Sarah with flower arrangements they made at Charlotte’s 6th birthday party. Right: Fleur McHarg helps Emily decorate her cupcake. Far right: Stella with her flower arrangement. (SHannon MorriS)

ast week a child’s birthday party broke a television record. MasterChef celebrated its highest rating episode of the season when it featured a challenge that was determined on the success a nine-year-old girl’s party. Contestants faced a tough challenge: 150 children and adults would each allocate one point at the end of the party to their favourite dish. The two cooks with the fewest points then went into an elimination challenge. Sounds easy but Phoebe, the young client, had a mean wishlist that included curry and Lebanese food, plus two vast and beautiful birthday cakes, each to feed 150 guests. Tough clients, kids! Meet the children of the “noughties” who have grown up on a diet of sushi, Nintendo DC and Pixar movies. These days, traditional party games such as pass the parcel are considered unfair, musical chairs and bobbing for apples are too dangerous, and pin the tail on the donkey is monotonous. Today’s children want big-time entertainment and their hunger feeds a growing industry of professionals who are ready to stage a Hollywood-style spectacle. Birthday parties have gone from being a parenting value-add, to a thriving business of party planners, event stylists and entertainers. Parents who once spent days poring over their grandmother’s cake recipes now outsource everything from the decorations to the venues. Fleur McHarg, a mother of two, says that having a party at home is a nightmare. “You have children running all over your house, you get stressed, there is mess everywhere and just as you are keeping the children entertained you have to provide coffee and cake for the parents. It is a big responsibility.” This was one of her main incentives in opening her new flower shop, Fleur, in Armadale. “I wanted my shop to be more then something that just sold flowers and when I saw my children playing in the backyard, I realised that I could offer another service.” Fleur hosts children’s parties throughout the year and believes it is a hassle-free alternative to having the birthday at home. “It is about getting back down to nature and doing what kids enjoy most, making things.” Fleur neatly arranges aprons for cake decorating and small boxes and flowers for the bouquet creations. For the boys she organises bugs, worms and all sorts of vegetation so they can create their own bug enclosures. The parties go for an hour and a half and at the end each child gets to take home their work of art. “Children today need to be entertained, and having their birthday here means they can create something, use their hands and, at the end of the party, feel they have achieved something. They are able to be creative and express themselves,” Fleur says. Director of Star Bank Event Entertainment, Jacqui Clark, knows that outsourcing children’s entertainment is the key ingredient to a successful birthday party. “It has to be interactive and entertaining. They are not just happy to sit down with a clown now. It has to be the latest; everything has to be faster.”

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May plantings With autumn rains bringing relief to our kitchen gardens, and with the onset of cooler nights, it is time to sow winter greens, peas and broad beans. Prepare beds by digging in lots of organic matter – compost, decomposed animal manure or a balanced organic fertiliser – to ensure your soil absorbs and retains moisture. BRASSICAS

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Backyard birthday bash Fairy bread and cupcakes Cocktail frankfurters and sausage rolls A friendly face dressing up Party balloons on the letter box Hand-made invitations Lolly bags Mainly family and a few friends

The brassica family includes the all-too-familiar cabbages, cauliflower and brussels sprouts as well as kale, radish, rocket and Asian greens. They are cold and frost-tolerant and prefer our cooler southern autumn and winters, bolting in the heat. While traditional cabbage varieties require several months to form a compact head and reach maturity, the more open-hearted pak choy, wombok and tatsoi are some of the easiest cabbages to grow for home gardeners and are ready to pick in six to eight weeks. Pick when small to use in salads and add to stir fries. One of the more interesting brassicas is cima di rapa, or turnip top. It is also known as broccoli rabe, broccoletti and rapini. While it is the same sub-species as the turnip, it is in fact a delicious green winter vegetable that grows like a weed. It produces buds like broccoli on long stems with thin green leaves and it tastes like broccoli, but slightly stronger. It is delicious steamed and dressed with olive oil and lemon juice or braised with olive oil and garlic. It matures in just six to eight weeks – harvest the young stems, leaves and flower heads as they grow, leaving the mature central stem to produce more lateral stems and flowers. An added bonus is that it seems to be particularly pest-resistant and the cabbage moths leave it alone.

Above: Sarah arranging flowers at a 6th birthday party at Fleur in Armadale.

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The secret of success with lettuce is to choose the right variety for the right time of year. It can be grown successfully throughout the year and is best sown direct, with the seedlings thinned as they develop. The thinnings, tiny tender shoots and leaves, make an excellent early season salad. Combine them with fresh herbs and a vinaigrette to create a salad of micro greens with macro flavour. The Italian Gardener sells a mixture of 14 different lettuce varieties, and Eden Seeds has a wide range of loose-leaf lettuce varieties that you can harvest as needed. Rocket is just as easy to grow and thrives in the cooler weather. Home grown, it will be stronger than the leaves languishing in the greengrocer’s fridge and add pep to winter salads.

Activity based parties: gym bus, tenpin bowling Fairy and magic parties Carousel ice-cream cakes Theme parks Restaurant parties – McDonald’s, Pizza Hut Movie parties Roller blading

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Themed parties Multiple sources of entertainment Pampering and fashion parades Gourmet finger food Expensive cakes Custom-made invitations Gift bags Invite the whole class

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Broad beans (vicia faba) take up a lot of room, but if you have the space it is worth growing them just to be able to harvest the young pods in late spring and eat them raw – with a slice of pecorino and a little salt and pepper. Several varieties are available – Coles Dwarf is the best for city gardeners as the plants grow to only one metre, making them less susceptible to September winds. Plants grow well in a variety of soils but prefer well-drained ground and regular watering if winter rains are light. (STOCKBYTE / HEMERA / ISTOCKPHOTOS / BRAND X PICTURES / THINKSTOCK)

For a recent Hallowe’en-themed party Jacqui organised four different types of entertainment so the children were constantly stimulated. There was Professor Green who conducted a one-hour interactive slime show. There was a wicked witch who made cookies, a bubble maker who created gigantic custom-made bubbles and a wizard who staged a magic show. “The kids loved it and at the end they got to take home a gift bag full of bugs, spiders, slime, lollies and their own baked cookies.” Jacqui says today’s parties are much more theme-based because of the way society has advanced. “Lollies are better, there are more sources of entertainment, art and craft has moved up 10 notches; everything is fine tuned and more stylistic,’’ she says. Bollywood dancers, pink limousines, wax-hand makers, hula hoopers, Harry Potter-themed parties, Willy Wonker Land parties – the list is endless. So, as children’s palates become more geared towards the spectacle, we have to ask: just how far will children’s birthday parties go? \

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Peas (pisum sativum), like broad beans, need a lot of room if you are to get a decent crop. However, compact dwarf varieties are worth growing, as are dwarf sugar snap and snow peas. Plant them in rows about 60 centimetres apart to ensure air can circulate freely to prevent powdery mildew, and avoid overhead watering in the evening. Depending on the variety, peas can take eight to 14 weeks to mature. Pick continuously once they form pods or the plants will stop producing. Snow peas have a longer harvest period (five to six weeks) than garden shelling peas (two to three weeks). Sow regularly over the cooler months to ensure a continuous supply. Don’t forget to use the young shoots and tendrils in salads and stir fries – harvesting the tender tips will encourage lateral growth and pod production. \

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Five steps to success Be clear in what you want and expect from your renovation, writes GRAY SMITH.

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enovating can be daunting, but it needn’t be. A successfull result simply hinges on detailed planning, a well-considered design that best meets your needs and a project delivered within budget. Here is a step-by-step overview of how best to go about it.

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It is important to define clearly what you want to achieve with your renovation, being careful to anticipate future needs. Although your architect will help to develop your brief, it is important to start with clear ideas of needs ... and expectations.

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You need to establish how you will pay for your renovation and how much you are prepared to spend. Include in your calculations fees for services such as an architect, a structural engineer and a surveyor. And don’t forget council fees. It is important to have a realistic expectation of what can be achieved within your budget, and your architect can assist with this. It is wise to consider the long-term savings associated with environmentally sustainable design technologies. For example, water-conserving systems and renewable power systems will have upfront costS that will be more than compensated for in the longer term.

CHOOSe AN ArCHiTeCT

The best way to choose an architect is either through the recommendation of family, friends or colleagues, or if you have seen a house you like – be it in a street or magazine – you can find out who the architect is. ArchiTeam Co-operative, the Australian Institute of Architects and Archicentre all have registries of architects. You will be working closely with the architect, possibly over a long period, so it is important you choose one with whom you have a good rapport and who is a good communicator and listener.

Five STepS TO SUCCeSS

initial design: The architect will work with you to refine

your brief and will take that information to develop at least one concept design.

Design development: The architect will work with you to develop the approved concept into an actual design. Council applications: The architect will provide documentation for planning and building applications to council. A site survey and structural engineer’s drawings may also be required at this stage. Contract documentation: The architect will carry out a detailed design of all aspects of your home and will provide architectural drawings and specifications for tendering by builders.

The end result: A classy, well-designed renovation. (InsIde-photo erIck sAIllet GettY IMAGes)

Contract administration: The architect will oversee the tendering process and selection of builder, as well as overseeing the construction of your home to final completion and defects period. An architect is usually contracted for all of the above stages but, if finances do not allow, some architects will agree to being contracted for a partial service. Don’t expect a problem-free renovation. And there

is no way to avoid the inconvenience that comes with renovating. However, the enjoyment of living in a well-designed, newly renovated house and the increased value of your property will make it all worthwhile. \

GRAY SMITH gs@graysmitharchitecture.com.au

Gray Smith is a member of the ArchiTeam Co-operative


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amaieux is classic Malvern – double-fronted, Victorian and easy on the eye. Set well back from the street, the house has a handsome symmetrical façade set beneath a cast-iron-trimmed veranda. Inside, the Victorian symmetry continues with rooms off the central arched hall. Yet this is very much a family home, as attested to by the formal living room, powder room, four bedrooms and two bathrooms – the main bedroom has an en suite – kitchen and informal, dining and living area. It is also a house with a well-documented history. Records show that it was built in 1886 as a five-room brick house for schoolmaster George Macadam. He was headmaster of Malvern State School in Spring Road from 1884-94 and bought the vacant land from a police constable in 1885, the year neighbouring Valetta Street was created. The name Camaieux – shared with a French rose

postcode

3144

introduced in 1830 – seems to have come much later as there is no record available of the house having a name as late as 1902. Owners Amanda Richards, a stylist and merchandising manager, and her husband Paul, a Qantas pilot, bought Camaieux 12 years ago. “We wanted to keep the original part of the house, but create a large extension and make it really work for our family,” says Amanda. Enter architect Anthea Bickford, who set about turning the dream into a reality. There is nothing new about the extension at the end of the hall. However, Bickford came up with a clever solution that included extending the house across almost the entire width of the rear boundary and creating a private courtyard garden and entertaining space off the living room. The result is a winner. The open-plan kitchen and living zone are not only functional, they use every bit of available space.

Main: Victorian symmetry (top) at its best. Welcoming: The back garden (above) is a wonderful place for family get-togethers.


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Families with teenagers, young couples and parents with adult children viewed this Malvern house at its first open for inspection on May 8. Some hoped to move from Malvern East, others were looking to get a foothold in Stonnington to be close to schools and the area’s range of facilities. The house’s period style and large, practical, architect-designed extension that leads to the welcoming garden and entertainment space were warmly received.

MARSHALL WHITE, 9822 9999 11 Irving Street, Malvern Price: $1.8 million plus Auction: May 29 at 3.30pm Fast Facts: Four bedrooms, two bathrooms (one en suite) powder room, large open-plan living, honed marble kitchen, stainless-steel oven, two open fireplaces, laundry, landscaped gardens, ducted heating, alarm, watering system, two off-street car parks.

MALVERN

8 KILOMETRES SOUTH-EAST OF CBD

At one end is the kitchen with its honed marble bench top that doubles as a breakfast bar. Ceiling-high cabinets flank the 900-millimetre-wide Ilve stainless-steel oven. The architect used another wall – which could easily have remained blank – for a “home office”. This is where working mum Amanda organises the family diary and keeps track of all the paperwork that flows into the house. Amanda also loves colour – and it shows. Not for her a life lived surrounded by white walls. Instead, cabinets near the kitchen are painted aubergine. So is a feature wall in the meals area. The colour works because it is used sparingly. The hall and bedrooms are carpeted in charcoal-grey carpet, but the informal living zone has matte-finished floors in a greyish tone called Umbria. In the living room, the wall at the far end has a Jetmaster fireplace with bookshelves on either side. Glass doors open from the living room to the north-facing garden, where Manchurian pear trees along the fence create a private space.

The formal front of the house isn’t short of colour either. The living room glows with pale rose-pink walls. In winter, with a fire crackling in the fireplace, this would be a very cosy space indeed ... and fires in this house mean real fires with real wood, not those lit by the flick of a switch. Opposite the living room, the main bedroom – with a tiled en suite and walk-in wardrobe – is classic cream. The honed marble bench and mirror continue the restrained classic look in the main bathroom. Next to it, the powder room is a bit “wilder”, with a purple glass splashback. A third bedroom is also off the hall. Two more bedrooms are side by side with access from a hall off the kitchen. All three bedrooms have generous built-in desks with shelves and storage above for serious study. Now into its third century, Camaieux is great example of how the Victorian home can be adapted for the 21st-century family. \

mharris@theweeklyreview.com.au

How this suburb has moved: Up by 14.3 per cent from the March quarter 2009 to the March quarter 2010.* REIV stats

Deanne Asser, Rachel Bartels

Kim Bailey and John Ashby

Agents Hugh Tomlinson and Heather Elder

Nick Mills (© MAGGIE BUFE PHOTOGRAPHY)

Now in its third century, this double-fronted Malvern beauty retains its family appeal, writes MARIA HARRIS.

One of our oldest suburbs, Malvern joined Prahran and became part of the City of Stonnington in 1994. The name derives from the differently spelt Stonington mansion in Glenferrie Road, which was built in 1890 for John Wagner, a partner in Cobb and Co. The Italianate mansion was home to seven governors of Victoria. From Victorian mansions to Edwardian houses, sprawling 1920s dwellings and apartments, Malvern has it all. Significant buildings are Valentine’s mansion (now the Malvern campus of Caulfield Grammar), St Joseph’s Parish Church and the Malvern Tram Depot. Glenferrie Road shopping strip is a gourmet’s paradise, with everything from cakes to bagels, butchers to bakers. In between you can buy sequins, silk, lingerie and lettuces. Malvern Central is known for its fashion, fresh food and take away. Famous residents: Lord Mayor Robert Doyle, the former state member for Malvern; John Landy, former Victorian governor and athlete, who trained at the Central Park oval that now bears his name; former prime minister Sir Robert Menzies, who lived in Haverbrack Avenue; actor Stephanie McIntosh, who grew up in Malvern; and Hollywood actor and former Neighbours cast member Jesse Spencer, who went to Malvern Central School. Malvern is home to De La Salle College, Caulfield Grammar, Malvern Primary School and Malvern Central School.

Olivia Willee


WHERE TO LIVE\

POSTCODE

3124

WE LOVE IT

It’s show time on Broadway, writes MARIA HARRIS.

CAMBERWELL In the hierarchy of Camberwell streets, Broadway (don’t say The Broadway to people who live there) regularly claims top billing. The tree-lined street is filled with heritage-listed Queen Anne houses on large, leafy blocks where families can spread their wings. “Wongrabel”, circa 1901, is a classic Broadway house that has been in the same family since 1965. Before that, the story goes that it was owned by a sea captain. Vendor Nick Shugg recalls preparing a cricket pitch on the back lawn and his mother planting the now-huge palm tree in the front garden. This house is immediately impressive, stately even, with large rooms and a floorplan that could be rearranged according to your needs. The entry hall is as big as many people’s bedrooms. There are five bedrooms and two bathrooms, and the main bedroom also has an en suite bathroom and retreat. The interior is made all the more impressive by internal

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JELLIS CRAIG, 9818 2222 71 Broadway, Camberwell Price: $3 million + Auction: May 29 at 3pm fretwork and lavish leadlight windows in an arch around the front door. The one large room upstairs is a classic from the era. Small double doors open to a balcony with painted pillars that puts the Marseilles roof tiles within touching distance and has a view over the lawn and trees. The back garden is massive, and though the cricket pitch has been turned over to garden and lawn, it would still be big enough to build a swimming pool. Old timber stables have been converted to a garage. The house is walking distance to schools, shops, the Burke Road tram and Camberwell station. \

WHERE TO LIVE\ AGENTS’ CHOICE POSTCODE

Jellis Craig Hawthorn 9818 2222

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Hocking Stuart Hawthorn 9944 3888

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Marshall White 9822 9999

3123

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Jellis Craig Hawthorn 9818 2222

3124

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10 Cole Street, Hawthorn East ................................................................. Price: $2.6 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 29 at 12 noon .................................................................

40 Harold Street, Hawthorn East ................................................................. Price: $769,950 - $1.295 million ................................................................. : Private Sale .................................................................

100 Panoramic Road, Balwyn North ................................................................. Price: $1.3 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 29 at 2.30pm .................................................................

10 Westbourne Grove, Camberwell ................................................................. Price: $800,000 + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday June 5 at 1pm .................................................................

This wonderful house features first-class finishes, ample accommodation and superb salt/solar pool/garden oasis catering perfectly to luxurious family living and entertaining in a prime leafy locale.

Ikos Apartments, designed by awardwinning CH Architects, offers state-of-theart architecture with unparalleled luxury.

Prominently positioned, this substantial contemporary house offers an ideal family environment with generous dimensions, panoramic city views and excellent indooroutdoor entertaining spaces. Situated in the Balwyn High zone. Let's eat lunch @ The Village Café, 2/74 Doncaster Road Let's eat dinner @ Domenics, 335 Balwyn Road Let's drink coffee @ Caffe Romeo, 319 Doncaster Road

This auspicious art deco "Ocean Liner" maisonette, built by the renowned brickmaking Holzer family for their own pleasure, is high on iconic character and low on maintenance. Let's eat lunch @ Deco Restaurant, 211 Camberwell Road Let's eat dinner @ Thai Curry Restaurant, 1161 Toorak Road Let's drink coffee @ Brunetti, 1/3 Prospect Hill Road

Let's eat lunch @ Italy 1, 823 Burke Road Let's eat dinner @ Okra Restaurant, 159 Camberwell Road Let's drink coffee @ Brunetti, 1/3 Prospect Hill Road

Let's eat lunch @ Georges, 819 Burke Road Let's eat dinner @ Okra Restaurant, 159 Camberwell Road Let's drink coffee @ Magic City Café Foodstore Winebar, 871 Burke Road


POSTCODE

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3181

3142

PRAHRAN 3

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BENNISON MACKINNON, 9864 5000 Apartment 405, 10 Hillingdon Place, Prahran

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Cooks, aspiring cooks and non-cooks alike may warm to this Prahran apartment, owned by celebrity chef Tobie Puttock and his wife, Georgia, in the old Red Tulip chocolate factory. “We have loved living here. We are surrounded by cafes and markets and everything else you could possible need, and at the same time life in this apartment is peaceful and quiet,” the couple say. The top-floor, three-bedroom apartment, entered via a courtyard, is a real inner-city gem. It is set over two levels and filled with natural light. The north-facing living and dining space is separated by an open-plan kitchen with granite island bench and stainless-steel appliances. Upstairs, two bedrooms share a tiled bathroom. Views to the north and south include landmarks such as St Kilda’s Astor Theatre and the spire of Christ Church, South Yarra. And Chapel Street is only a minute away. \ MARIA HARRIS

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KAY & BURTON, 9820 1111 81 Clendon Road, Toorak

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“Yandiah” is real old-style Toorak – right down to the maid’s stairs at the back of the house. The house, built in the 1920s, is shielded from the street by a high wall, and an arcaded walk leads to the front door. On the right is the garden, where the swimming pool, lush lawn and mature palm trees add a touch of Beverly Hills. Renovated some years ago with plenty of peachy-toned marble, “Yandiah” is worth a visit just for a look at the sheer size and proportions of the rooms. The formal rooms are grand. Every bedroom is big; every en suite is marble. The staircase has ornate wrought-iron decoration topped with a polished timber hand rail. The kitchen and family room look out to the pool and garden through a row of french doors. Only the den, which retains its above-shoulder height timber panelling, appears unchanged. \ MARIA HARRIS

WHERE TO LIVE\ AGENTS’ CHOICE POSTCODE

Noel Jones Glen Iris 9885 3333

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Jellis Craig Hawthorn 9818 2222

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Marshall White 9822 9999

3145

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Kay & Burton South Yarra 9820 1111

3146

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16 Abbotsford Avenue, Malvern East ................................................................. Price: $820,000 - $900,000 ................................................................. Auction: Saturday June 19 at 11am .................................................................

27A Rockingham Street, Kew ................................................................. Price: $2.2 million ................................................................. : Private Sale .................................................................

19 Davis Street, Camberwell ................................................................. Price: $1.7 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 29 at 12.30pm .................................................................

22 Faircroft Avenue, Glen Iris ................................................................. Price: $1.3 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday June 5 at 12 noon .................................................................

This family-focused address is surrounded by lifestyle facilities including Malvern Valley Primary and Treyvaud Park. Create a family home to match this great setting, currently occupied by a bright five-room house. Let's eat lunch @ Jutz Blue, 395 Wattletree Road Let's eat dinner @ China Village, 1901 Malvern Road Let's drink coffee @ Chaucer Cellars, 155 Burke Road

Luxuriously appointed over two levels, this town residence enjoys a sought-after position, effortlessly convenient to a comprehensive range of shopping, transport and leading independent schools.

Located on a quiet corner just off Burke Road, this delightful house offers flexible living with space for the biggest family. Built in the 1970s by Fasham Johnson, it has been designed to capture views and natural light. Let's eat lunch @ Cattivo, 255 Camberwell Road Let's eat dinner @ Fiorelli's, 211 Camberwell Road Let's drink coffee @ Georges, 819 Burke Road

A wonderful family house with large, open living spaces and a superb established garden, close to both Taronga Village and Camberwell Junction.

Let's eat lunch @ Flow Cafe, 4/663 Victoria Street Let's eat dinner @ Hotel Kew, 99 High Street Let's drink coffee @ Carlsons Cafe, 36 Church Street

Let's eat lunch @ Malvern Hotel, 1321 Malvern Road Let's eat dinner @ Italy One, 823 Burke Road Let's drink coffee @ Car Park Café, 3/586 Burke Road


where to live\ ProPertY listings

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aPartments

Address

Price $3,600,000

26 Thomas Street, Kew

159 Victoria Road, Hawthorn East $3,460,000 BROUGHT TO YOU BY

Address

AlberT PArk 26 Foote st 94 Graham st

ArmAdAle

25 Clarendon st 3/11 Northcote rd 57 barkly Ave 58 llneast st

AshburToN

14A marquis st 15 eleanor st

bAlwyN

19 Vunabere Ave

birreGurrA mooleric rd

Donald Street, Prahran

Jellis Craig

2/758 Orrong Road, Toorak

Address

Century 21 Wilson

42 Canterbury Road

$1,650,000

Jellis Craig

$920,000

Marshall White

32 Dower Street

$1,168,000

Noel Jones

$1,055,000

Jellis Craig

$727,000

Jellis Craig

$1,625,000

Marshall White

6/91 Mathoura Road, Toorak

$885,000

Hocking Stuart

19A Lodge Road

$2,750,000

Marshall White

11/24 Springfield Avenue, Toorak

$781,000

Kay & Burton

2/6 Glencairn Avenue

AGeNT PAGe

Buxton 212 Benmac 129

Marshall White 246 Kay & Burton 209 Benmac 118 Kay & Burton 205

Noel Jones 102 Noel Jones 102

Hocking Stuart 83 Fletchers 65 Marshall White 240 Fletchers 60 Marshall White 242 Jellis Craig 175 Hocking Stuart 83 Fletchers 65 Jellis Craig 176 Fletchers 61 Fletchers 62 Fletchers 63 Noel Jones 99 Fletchers 61 Noel Jones 106 Marshall White 241 Jellis Craig 187 Jellis Craig 175 Fletchers 62 Fletchers 66

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Hocking Stuart

Agent

$3,332,000

1/279 balwyn rd 1/43 sutton st 100 Panoramic rd 1086 burke rd 125 Greythorn rd 13 Ardgour st 13 morris st 15 koonung st 17 osburn Ave 19 millicent Ave 2 Vicars st 2 wandeen st 21 osburn Ave 23 longview rd 35 hatfield st 47a Tower rd 51 longview rd 7 Almond st 7A sweyn st 9 Trentwood Ave

24-25 beach rd

Price

56 Ferndale Road, Glen Iris

Noel Jones 105 Noel Jones 105 Noel Jones 103 Noel Jones 98 Marshall White 244 Hocking Stuart 68 Hocking Stuart 69 Noel Jones 110 Hocking Stuart 82 Marshall White 244 Jellis Craig 148 Noel Jones 109 Hocking Stuart 83 Jellis Craig 187 Jellis Craig 187 Jellis Craig 187 Noel Jones 103 Noel Jones 110 Jellis Craig 176 Noel Jones 104 Noel Jones 104 Jellis Craig 149 Noel Jones 110 Fletchers 60 Noel Jones 109 Jellis Craig 150

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Address

9 Glen Road, Toorak

1/4 winmalee rd 10 yonga rd 108 belmore rd 140 winmalee rd 160 winmalee rd 18 may st 18 may st 18 yongala st 1c salford Ave 2 deepdene Pl 2/30 barnsbury rd 2/36 Jurang st 2/4 Tonkin Ave 2/74 balwyn rd 25A kitchener st 37 kireep rd 37 kitchener st 4/207 whitehorse rd 4/55 yerrin st 437 whitehorse rd 45 Nungerner st 5 Parkside Ave 5 yongala st 5/10 brenbeal st 54 stroud st 58-60 yerrin st

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Agent

Buxton 212

Buxton 213

Landmark 86

blACk roCk 326 beach rd 63 First st

Buxton 213 Buxton 213

27 Fuchsia st

Fletchers 63

blACkburN box hill

1029 whitehorse rd box hill souTh 2A haig st

briGhToN

9 bellavista rd 98 bath rd

hAmPToN

21 Teddington rd 38 Crisp st 5 Avondale st hAmPToN eAsT 7 Crest Ave

Cooper Newman 97 Fletchers 66

12A dendy st 18 sussex st 19 wellington st 3 wellington st 323 st. kilda st 68 were st 69 well st 7 maysbury Ave

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PasseD in at $3.68 million 281 williams road, south Yarra

Buxton 213 Kay & Burton 208 Kay & Burton 202 Kay & Burton 203 Kay & Burton 201 Buxton 214 Kay & Burton 208 Buxton 214

26 ercildoune st 285 Alma rd 666 inkerman rd 94b hawthorn rd 96 balaclava rd

Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer Gary Peer

24 binnie st 247 dendy st 63 marriage rd

Buxton 214 Buxton 214 Abercromby’s 91

17 lygon st 2/24 Teak st 21 Jenkins st

Gary Peer 114 Gary Peer 116 Gary Peer 116

64 Golden way

Christopher Russell 89

Brighton east bulleeN

burwood

10 Acacia Pl 4 bentham Crt 55 Parer st 7 sixth Ave

CAmberwell

Noel Jones Noel Jones Noel Jones Jellis Craig

106 110 111 188

1/17 Alma rd Noel Jones 111 10 westbourne Gve Jellis Craig 154 106 warrigal rd Jellis Craig 178 12 lorne Gve Jellis Craig 136 12 outlook drive Noel Jones 107 18 sefton Pl Noel Jones 107 19 davis st Marshall White 259 2/28 Judd st Christopher Russell 89 2/74 Glyndon rd Jellis Craig 177 20 stornoway rd Woodards 93 21 Trafalgar rd Jellis Craig 153 24 kingsley st Jellis Craig 152 26 Alma rd Jellis Craig 177 27 regent st Jellis Craig 188 28 Acheron Ave Marshall White 235 28 moorhouse st Marshall White 260 37 Currajong Ave Hocking Stuart 74 40 moorhouse st Jellis Craig 188 5/25 Thomas st Noel Jones 111 6 broadway Marshall White 234 704 riversdale rd Jellis Craig 188 71 broadway Jellis Craig 151

CANTerbury

11 Ave Athol Jellis Craig 178 132 mont Albert rd Jellis Craig 138 19 margaret st Jellis Craig 155 19 wentworth Ave Jellis Craig 156 2/42 Alexandra Ave Jellis Craig 189 30 matlock st Marshall White 233 4/9 marlowe st Fletchers 66 50 rochester rd Noel Jones 112 898A burke rd Christopher Russell 88

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2/22 hawthorn rd 22 Findon Ave 259 Glen eira rd

Gary Peer 117 TBM 96 Gary Peer 115

Noel Jones 108 Jellis Craig 179

CAulField souTh doCklANds

115 115 114 115 117

701/60 siddeley st

Marshall White 262

72 deep Creek drive

Marshall White 243

doNCAsTer eAsT eAGlemoNT 111 The righi

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Jellis Craig 140

153 Gipps st Jellis Craig 157 36 Albert st Benmac 119 57 Agnes st Marshall White 224 74/211 wellington Pde sth Benmac 129 99 hotham st RT Edgar 271

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31 st James Parade 60 Allison rd

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Gary Peer 116 Benmac 120

12/83-87 brighton rd Benmac 130 3/39 shelley st Chisholm & Gamon 89

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1 seaton st 13A richards Ave 14 beryl st 1459 high st 15 Aitkins Ave 15 Van Ness Ave 16 wills st 1659 malvern rd 166 Tooronga rd 18 Clyde st 19 madeline st 19 scott Gve 19 scott Gve 21 leopold st 22 Faircroft Ave 36 staughton rd 4/4 karana Pl 47 Alfred rd 5/1737 malvern rd 56 Queens Parade 67 rowen st 8 lurnea rd

Hocking Stuart 84 Jellis Craig 189 Noel Jones 112 RT Edgar 276 Marshall White 264 Benmac 130 Jellis Craig 159 Marshall White 264 Marshall White 252 Marshall White 252 Marshall White 239 Hocking Stuart 70 Hocking Stuart 71 Hocking Stuart 83 Kay & Burton 199 Benmac 131 Marshall White 253 Jellis Craig 158 Kay & Burton 211 Fletchers 66 Noel Jones 108 Jellis Craig 142

Benmac 121 Buxton 215 Buxton 215 Buxton 215

1/35 Clifton rd 10 elgin st 110 robinson rd 14/9 lisson Gve 209/92 kinkora rd 28 kinkora rd 28 kinkora rd 29 hill st 29/70 Church st 2a Glen st 3 marian st 38/65 riversdale rd 39 lennox st 40 kinkora rd 48 melville st 50 hawthorn Gve 55 morang rd 6/9 Glen st 7/480 Glenferrie rd 88 elgin st

Marshall White 258 Jellis Craig 165 Marshall White 257 Woodards 92 Jellis Craig 190 Marshall White 218 Marshall White 219 Marshall White 256 Woodards 93 Marshall White 232 Jellis Craig 167 Marshall White 259 Jellis Craig 189 Jellis Craig 166 Jellis Craig 168 Jellis Craig 144 Marshall White 257 Woodards 92 Jellis Craig 182 Jellis Craig 164

1 hallcroft Pl 1/79 st helens rd 10 Cole st 13/20 denmark hill rd 16 kaikoura Ave 2/41 rathmines rd 24 henham st 25 munro st 27 harcourt st 28b mowbray st 35 lingwell rd 36 roseberry st 36 station st 36/154 rathmines rd 39 Campbell rd 39 mt ida Ave 39 mt ida Ave 406/2 montrose Pl 5/12-14 symonds st 56 Anderson rd 7 maraquita Gve 89 Victoria rd 9 Temple st

Jellis Craig 189 Jellis Craig 181 Jellis Craig 162 Woodards 95 Hocking Stuart 75 Jellis Craig 181 Jellis Craig 179 O’Donoghues 117 Fletchers 58 Jellis Craig 180 Noel Jones 109 Marshall White 265 Marshall White 258 Jellis Craig 190 Jellis Craig 161 Hocking Stuart 72 Hocking Stuart 73 Jellis Craig 180 Marshall White 265 Jellis Craig 160 Marshall White 264 Jellis Craig 163 Jellis Craig 190

7 Central Ave

Marshall White 217

1 View Point 1199 burke rd 12 stansell st 136 Princess st 14 evans rd 14/25 derby st 17 heather Gve 180 Princess st 2 highfield Gve 2/181 barkers rd 2/304 Cotham rd 2/51 Cecil st 29 edgecombe st 2A daniell Pl

Fletchers 64 Jellis Craig 146 Marshall White 254 Noel Jones 101 Marshall White 230 Jellis Craig 191 Hocking Stuart 76 Marshall White 254 Marshall White 253 McLarens 86 Jellis Craig 182 Jellis Craig 190 Jellis Craig 184 Jellis Craig 169

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2a mcevoy st 3/377 barkers rd 37 Princess st 39 eglinton st 4/163 derby st 48 malin st 5 New st 58 studley Park rd 6/75 Alfred st 69 denmark st 83 Tennyson st 896 Glenferrie rd 9 College Parade 90 walpole st

Jellis Craig 171 Marshall White 231 Marshall White 229 Jellis Craig 170 Jellis Craig 183 Jellis Craig 183 Hocking Stuart 77 Marshall White 255 Noel Jones 112 Kay & Burton 206 Marshall White 255 RT Edgar 268 Noel Jones 100 Jellis Craig 172

13 white Ave 21 elm Gve 31 sutherland Ave 565 high st

Fletchers 59 Fletchers 64 Marshall White 256 Fletchers 65

1a mernda rd

Marshall White 228

1/1 Acre Pl 11 irving st 115 stanhope st 12 Chesterfield Ave 15 winter st 2/331 Glenferrie rd 20a horace st 24 evandale rd 3/1 mayfield Ave 3/333 wattletree rd 4/64 Cawkwell st 42 horace st 47 milton st 71 elizabeth st

Marshall White 251 Marshall White 225 Benmac 122 Abercromby’s 90 Benmac 123 Marshall White 227 Marshall White 249 Marshall White 248 Kay & Burton 210 RT Edgar 276 Jellis Craig 191 Jellis Craig 185 Marshall White 263 TBM 96

100 burke rd 13 John st 13 westgarth st 16 ellison st 19 John st 1a Ardrie rd 20 Ailsa Ave 23 Ferncroft Ave 24 Gillman st 25 bruce st 30 batesford rd 38 darling rd 62 sutherland st 64 burke rd 8 millewa Ave 8/2-4 baker st 907 dandenong rd

RT Edgar 273 Marshall White 226 Marshall White 249 Jellis Craig 191 Noel Jones 112 Marshall White 263 Hocking Stuart 84 RT Edgar 272 Marshall White 263 Marshall White 263 Marshall White 251 Marshall White 250 Jellis Craig 184 Benmac 124 Marshall White 250 Noel Jones 113 Benmac 131

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Buxton 215

Marshall White 248 RT Edgar 277 Kay & Burton 206 Benmac 125 Marshall White 223 Benmac 134

48 & 50 bourke st

Buxton 216

32 wright st

Buxton 212

middle PArk


Mont Albert

1/10-12 belgravia Ave 2/368 Mont Albert rd 50 Kenmare St Mont Albert north 3 Watson Ave 36 Williamson rd

Hocking Stuart 78 Marshall White 262 Fletchers 56 Jellis Craig 185 Jellis Craig 173

Mount MAcedon

49 Alton rd

RT Edgar 279

MurruMbeenA

Gary Peer 116

orMond

1-6/25 holloway St 44 holloway St

Woodards 95 Buxton 216

PArKdAle

10 Antibes St

Buxton 216

PArKville

198 the Ave

Jellis Craig 174

Port Melbourne

PrAhrAn

1 York St 103b henry St 32 harvey St 37 Mackay St 372 Malvern rd 405/10 hillingdon Pl

Benmac Gross Waddell Benmac RT Edgar Benmac

Benmac Jellis Craig Marshall White TBM Woodards Benmac

richMond

118 Kent St 22 Stawell St 25 elm Gve 29 Fraser St

Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Benmac Jellis Craig

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South YArrA

1/28 St leonards crt 14/29 coolullah Ave 2.4/4 cromwell rd 2/40 Marne St 25-27 St Martins lne 28 nicholson St 3/28 Kensington rd 305/89 river St

127 186 264 96 94 133

186 192 128 191

Buxton 216 Buxton 217

South Melbourne 290 Moray St 5/68 eastern rd

132 84 126 278 134

12 codrington St 6 Park Ave

Kay & Burton 210 Kay & Burton 207

Marshall White Benmac Marshall White Kay & Burton Marshall White Kay & Burton Benmac Kay & Burton

32-34 Park St 4/2 Pasley St 4/51 Acland St 5/24 Kensington rd 5/45 rockley rd 50 Argo St 60 Argo St 62/390 toorak rd 76 Mason St 79 Mason St

RT Edgar RT Edgar Kay & Burton Benmac Woodards RT Edgar Kay & Burton Benmac Benmac Marshall White

St KildA

301 Murrumbeena rd

1.07/216 rouse St 100 bay St 3a barak rd 65 bridge St t04/159 beach St

Passed in at $1.62 million 26 coppin street, malvern east

246 135 247 204 222 204 135 210

274 278 200 133 94 274 209 134 132 247

367 beaconsfield Parade RT Edgar 266 St KildA eASt 48 balaclava rd Gary Peer 114 29 denman Ave Kay & Burton 207

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1 Suffolk rd 1/10 norfolk rd 1/247 elgar rd 1/60 union rd 13A Park rd 15a Graham St 181 union rd 2/310 Mont Albert rd 226 Prospect hill rd 3 bristol St 3 david St 3 Sir Garnet rd 3/5 Middlesex rd 4/139 union rd 4/3 durham rd 5/6 essex rd 6/52 union rd 64 croydon rd 8 Arthur St

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1/23 Washington St 10 Moonga rd 10/767 Malvern rd 113 canterbury rd 14/411 toorak rd 16/264 Williams rd 18 cloverdale Ave 19a tintern Ave 2 carmyle Ave 2/1 robertson St 2/2a ormsby Gve 216 Kooyong rd 296A Williams rd 3 cleeve crt 3 edwards St 3/543a toorak rd 4/568 toorak rd 4/93 Grange rd 644 orrong rd 7 Myrnong cres 7/31 lansell rd 81 clendon rd 9 Kenley crt

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

RT Edgar Kay & Burton Benmac RT Edgar McLarens RT Edgar Marshall White Marshall White RT Edgar TBM Kay & Burton Kay & Burton RT Edgar Kay & Burton Marshall White TBM RT Edgar Kay & Burton Marshall White Kay & Burton Kay & Burton Kay & Burton Kay & Burton

265 192 84 261 192 261 238 113 95 236 237 81 265 82 113 113 79 260 80

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sold for $1.2 million 68a nicholson street, south Yarra

Mal: Who does? I’m always told I pay too much. Terry: Come again? The beer you’re drinking is only light, isn’t it Mal? I’m looking at buying that home in Brighton’s Mal: You know, Terry, I don’t know if I’m unlucky Golden Mile. or untalented, but I never seem to buy a home How can I help? where I pay less than the other guy’s live What price do I pay? unconditional bid. Why are you looking to buy? Is it an Terry: It doesn’t sound like you’re good at the investment? job, Mal. No. Annie and I now want to live by the beach. Mal: Thanks for the feedback, Terry. What is Then it’s a good emotional outcome you are my job? after? Terry: To buy homes? Yes, but I haven’t gotten to where I am today Mal: Well, I’ve bought hundreds. However, never by being financially stupid – I’m looking to pay below another buyer’s better live offer. The you on an incentive fee for a lower price. same at auction – I must be unlucky there as OK, I’ll just put in the lowest offer for the well – not one auctioneer has knocked it down highest commission for me. I’ll ring you if to me as the underbidder. we get it. Terry: I’m losing patience with you. Hold on, Mal. Mal: Two more beers, thanks! Possibly I am Terry. Thanks Terry, but if I’m going for the full You’re looking to buy a property that comes commission, I’ll sit on the lowest offer. up once every five years or so and to date Look buddy. I make the decisions, not you. you tried to hire me in a manner that will Correct, Terry. Price is your decision, guarantee you either miss this home or buy it not mine. So incentives are a bit in a way where you have paid me to add no if Your incongruous – I’ll take them but value; neither is smart practice. I really earn my fee by taking So what do you suggest – focus is right Terry: you through a process and fully how can you help me? ... You get what informing on the risk-versus-reward Mal: May I suggest a deep breath and You want scenarios, not throwing a dart at a step one, clarity. With Annie, we look numbers board and hanging tough. into why it is you really want to buy this Risk versus reward, you say? home. What are the financial and emotional C’mon Terry, you’re a man of the world. consequences of buying or not buying. Step We can offer $5.5 million and the reward is a two, assess, is normal due diligence with big saving but the risk is huge if we miss it by regards to price, covenants and architects, etc. not being taken seriously. Alternatively, we Step three, negotiate; we can walk you through can offer really high to reduce risk but ... risk your negotiation options. versus reward. Terry: Deep down I really want to buy. I love Annie My risk versus reward is clear at $7 million. and she wants this home. I don’t want to miss Maybe. How often does this opportunity come it; but being brutally truthful like you are up? Will it benchmark future prices? being with me, I don’t want people thinking I Are you working for the vendor or me? I wasn’t paid too much or I got conned. thinking of paying $7 million. Mal: We are getting on to the same page, Terry. My Half of my time is talking clients up on the role is to help you get what you really want good deals and the other half is talking clients and, despite all efforts, sometimes it just isn’t out of the bad ones. I think $7 million is not meant to be. However, if your focus is right, something you should entertain unless there is the strategies are correct and the hard work is proven competition. Is $7 million something done, then I find in the end, more often than you can’t afford if there is competition? not, you do get what you really want. It’s not how I have done deals in the past. Terry: I think I’m getting it, Mal. All the decisions are This is emotional with lots of variables. It’s ours to make and if Annie and I buy well, then more than one-on-one negotiation. Saturday: we will always pay more than the other guy but two strong buyers and it’s $7 million. it’s never too much. \ Wednesday: only you, you’re smart and it’s Mal JaMes $6 million. Same property. Same agent. James Home Ratings Different day. www.james.net.au I don’t want to pay too much.

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Fletchers Balwyn North 9859 9561

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Jellis Craig Hawthorn 9818 2222

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7A Sweyn Street, Balwyn North ................................................................. Price: $860,000 - $940,000 ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 29 at 11am .................................................................

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8 Highfield Grove, Kew ................................................................. Price: $3.95 million ................................................................. : Private Sale .................................................................

1 Grand townhouse offering luxurious finishes with four bedrooms, two bathrooms and powder room, kitchen with walk-in pantry, opens to a large, sunny balcony. Double garage with internal access. Let's eat lunch @ Portafiori Beanery, 284 Doncaster Road Let's eat dinner @ One Thai, 6/346 Belmore Road Let's drink coffee @ Mecca Latte, 5/346 Belmore Road

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RT EDGAR, 9826 1000 AND ABERCROMBY’S, 9864 5300

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The imposing contemporary profile of this breathtaking new residence reflects the remarkable design, superior features and unrivalled level of finish on offer in a magnificent Studley Park position. Let's eat lunch @ Q.P.O. Restaurant, High Street Let's eat dinner @ La Q, 223 High Street Let's drink coffee @ Studley Park Boathouse, Boathouse Road

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12 Chesterfield Avenue, Malvern

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Price: $3 million + Auction: May 29 at 11.30am

Describing this house as elegant and functional doesn’t do it justice, but it’s a start. Upon entry, the standout feature is its bougainvillea-studded octagonal courtyard. Then you realise that the entire house is actually arrayed around that central courtyard, which pours light into everything from bedrooms to the family/dining area, separate sitting room and Miele-fitted kitchen. As if that weren’t enough, each bedroom also opens on to a separate courtyard, ideal for o privacy, lots of air and light and excellent zoning. There’s ample storage space, as well as a double carport and double garage. The main bedroom looks out on a deck, which in turn overlooks the pool, and this whole part of the house faces north. A unique property that is well worth a visit. \ HARI RAJ

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Woodards Hawthorn 9818 3456

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Kay & Burton Brighton 9592 6522

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Marshall White 9822 9999

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Jellis Craig Hawthorn 9818 2222

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20 Stornoway Road, Camberwell ................................................................. Price: $1 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 29 at 1pm .................................................................

22 Park Street, St Kilda West ................................................................. Price: $2.6 million + ................................................................. For Sale: EOI (closing May 31 at 5pm) .................................................................

3 Bristol Street, Surrey Hills ................................................................. Price: $1.8 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 29 at 1.30pm .................................................................

51 Longview Road, Balwyn North ................................................................. Price: $1 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 22 at 11am .................................................................

Charming and comfortable four-bedroom, two-bathroom 1930s house on 890sqm (approx) in unique parkland position with great potential, established garden allotment and excellent proximity to schools, shopping and transport. Let's eat lunch @ Degani, 536 Riversdale Road Let's eat dinner @ Italy 1, 823 Burke Road Let's drink coffee @ Big Cup, 522 Riversdale Road

Classically beautiful Victorian that has undergone a stunning contemporary renovation by architect vendor in a great lifestyle location.

A stylish ambience, meticulous attention to detail and quality finishes are the hallmarks of the superb renovations that have transformed this Edwardian (c1915) house into a stunning, spacious, family environment. Let's eat lunch @ Georges, 819 Burke Road Let's eat dinner @ Italy 1, 823 Burke Road Let's drink coffee @ Browns, 135 Maling Road

This solid-brick family house offers past, present and future allure for owners/ renovators/builders with an expansive sweep of city views as a stunning backdrop to future refurbishment/second storey (STCA). Let's eat lunch @ Mia Pizza & Pasta, 390 Balwyn Road Let's eat dinner @ Di Palma's, 684-686 High Street Let's drink coffee @ The Village Cafe, 2/74 Doncaster Road

Let's eat lunch @ Mirka, Fitzroy Street Let's eat dinner @ Di Stasio, Fitzroy Street Let's drink coffee @ Il Fornaio, 2 Acland Street


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Bennison Mackinnon 9864 5000

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Buxton Sandringham 9598 8222

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57 Barkly Avenue, Armadale ................................................................. Price: $1.25 million - $1.4 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday June 5 at 1.30pm .................................................................

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63 First Street, Black Rock ................................................................. Price: $1.475 million - $1.6 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 22 at 11.30am .................................................................

This beautiful three-bedroom, twobathroom Victorian's impressive renovated and extended spaces make the most of its north-facing rear aspect.

Vintage appeal, bay views and soaring potential! On one of Black Rock´s highest points, this solid-brick four-bedroom, twobathroom beauty on approx 948sqm is set to upgrade, rebuild or develop (STCA).

Let's eat lunch @ Cooper and Milla's, 1094 High Street Let's eat dinner @ Chez Bob, 22 Beatty Avenue Let's drink coffee @ Woodstock, 1150 High Street

Let's eat lunch @ Cafeteria, 36 Bluff Road Let's eat dinner @ Sazio, 3/41 Bluff Road Let's drink coffee @ Black Rock Chocolates, 2-4 Bluff Road

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5 New Street, Kew Price: $1.1 million - $1.2 million Auction: May 22 at 11.30am

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New Street is a private cul-de-sac in the heart of Kew, and tucked away in it is this sleek, modern house. That’s an apt description for the interior as well as the exterior, but there are interesting details here and there; the french front door is classy and elegant, while twin rows of banana trees spice up the backyard. Floors are Australian chestnut, and the laundry and kitchen are both spacious. The main bedroom is downstairs, and full-width bi-fold doors let in light and warmth from the north-facing back deck and garden, which has a private rear access and space for two cars. An owner/builder’s house, it’s also just a walk away from schools, public transport and the shops and restaurants of Kew Junction. \ HARI RAJ

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RT Edgar Toorak 9826 1000

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48 Balaclava Road, St Kilda East/Caulfield North ................................................................. Price: $849,000 - $2.3 million ................................................................. : Private Sale .................................................................

99 Hotham Street, East Melbourne ................................................................. Price: $5 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday June 5 at 12pm .................................................................

10 Elgin Street, Hawthorn ................................................................. Price: $1.5 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday June 5 at 2pm .................................................................

19 Madeline Street, Glen Iris ................................................................. Price: $1.7 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 29 at 11.30am .................................................................

Moments to Carlisle Sreet and setting a new standard in luxury apartment living. Constructed under architect supervision these stunning apartments offer timber floors, terraces and basement carparking. Let's eat lunch @ Las Chicos, 230 Carlisle Street Let's eat dinner @ Carlisle Street Wine Bar, 137 Carlisle Street Let's drink coffee @ Batch, 1/320 Carlisle Street

Stunning double-fronted Victorian balconied residence with private established garden and in-ground pool. Superbly located close to the MCG, Fitzroy Gardens and the city, on a generous allotment of 605sqm approx. Let's eat lunch @ Radii, 1 Parliament Square Let's eat dinner @ Le Gourmet, 366 Albert Street Let's drink coffee @ Zio´s Ristorante, 14 Landsdowne Street

This captivating Edwardian house with its charming country-homestead ambience is an extraordinary inner-urban treasure incorporating two comfortable artist's studios with two- to three car OSP via ROW. Let's eat lunch @ Laurent, 703 Glenferrie Road Let's eat dinner @ Rococo, 797 Glenferrie Road Let's drink coffee @ Liar Liar Cafe, 90 Kinkora Road

Situated on a large allotment (1318sqm approx) complete with north-south tennis court and pool, this stylishly refurbished c1949 solid-brick residence offers impressively spacious, light-filled family comfort. Let's eat lunch @ Café Bliss, 1393 Toorak Road Let's eat dinner @ Fiorelli's, 211 Camberwell Road Let's drink coffee @ Lulabelles Café, 1162 Toorak Road

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Gary Peer & Associates 9526 1999

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Marshall White 9822 9999

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Hocking Stuart Hawthorn 9944 3888

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Noel Jones Glen Iris 9885 3333

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4/1517 Malvern Road, Glen Iris ................................................................. Price: $580,000 ................................................................. : Private Sale .................................................................

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9 Bellavista Road, Glen Iris ................................................................. Price: $1 million - $1.1 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday June 5 at 1pm .................................................................

BALWYN Having two upstairs bedrooms leaves the ground floor for doing what you like best living! Within easy reach of Malvern Road shopping, cafes, local restaurants, and transport on your doorstep.

An elevated allotment (15.85m x 39.62m) of impressive proportions surrounds this three-bedroom Californian, enhancing its inherent aesthetic appeal, renovation options or new-home site possibilities.

Let's eat lunch @ Thread Café, 1373 Malvern Road Let's eat dinner @ The Pizza Gallery, 1402 Malvern Road Let's drink coffee @ Cafe Violina, 1376 Malvern Road

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

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Jellis Craig Hawthorn 9818 2222

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Marshall White 9822 9999

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NOEL JONES, 9830 1644 108 Belmore Road, Balwyn

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Price: $900,000-990,000 Auction: May 22 at 2pm

A Hilda Street entrance ensures all the convenience of Belmore Road but a bit more peace and quiet for this house. Agent Brett Philipp describes it as a “sun trap of immense proportions”, and it’s easy to see why – a north-facing courtyard and lots of floor-to-ceiling windows keep it well-lit and naturally heated in winter. The main bedroom is downstairs, while there are three more upstairs, along with a balcony overlooking the leafy surroundings. There are parks across the road and Balwyn High is within walking distance. The entrance is stacked stone, the floors are polished timber, the kitchen has Miele fittings and CaesarStone benches and the double garage is big and (more importantly) cool enough for a wine cellar. \ HARI RAJ

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Bennison Mackinnon 9864 5000

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Marshall White 9822 9999

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90 Walpole Street, Kew ................................................................. Price: $2.1 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday June 5 at 11am .................................................................

2a Glen Street, Hawthorn ................................................................. Price: $2 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 29 at 2.30pm .................................................................

25 Elm Grove, Richmond ................................................................. Price: $1.4 million - $1.55 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday June 5 at 2.30pm .................................................................

25-27 St Martins Lane, South Yarra ................................................................. Price: $1.6 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday May 29 at 1pm .................................................................

This exquisite tuck-pointed Victorian on 1135 sqm (approx) is an historic treasure trove of classic ornate character and romantic aesthetics, beautifully positioned and set amid charming gardens.

A superb representation of Nicholas Day's signature style and meticulous attention to detail, this stunning town residence enjoying a coveted Scotch Hill location, conveys an unforgettable air of luxury and contemporary elegance. Let's eat lunch @ Porgie & Mr Jones, 291 Auburn Road Let's eat dinner @ Koots, 479 Glenferrie Road Let's drink coffee @ Liar Liar, 90 Kinkora Road

This comprehensively renovated threebedroom, two-bathroom Victorian's scintillating designer style defines a series of seductive inner-city spaces.

A gutted shell, stripped back to the bare minimum, this amazing space awaits its next phase. Approved plans for two townhouses. Land 188sqm approx.

Let's eat lunch @ Enoteca, 527 Church Street Let's eat dinner @ Pearl, 599 Church Street Let's drink coffee @ Richmond Hill Cafe & Larder, 48-50 Bridge Road

Let's eat lunch @ France Soir, 11 Toorak Road Let's eat dinner @ Lynch´s, 133 Domain Road Let's drink coffee @ Domain Café Bakery, 171 Domain Road

Let's eat lunch @ Svago, 285 High Street Let's eat dinner @ Estivo Restaurant, 330 High Street Let's drink coffee @ Car Park Cafe, 4/26 Princess Street


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BY THE BAY

3186

Interesting angles and greenery make for a great mix.

BRIGHTON Architect Andre Piotrowski has spun this Brighton beauty from glass and steel. The materials combine for a cool facade, but the interior is a whole lot warmer – the house is heated and lit by different angles of northern light depending on the time of day. There’s a lightwell and small garden set behind glass for good measure. All of those angles and interesting lines come courtesy of the trapezium-shaped block on which the house was built. You enter via a wooden path, with water features on either side, by a pivot door that opens to reveal airy, open spaces. The theme of glass and other industrial materials is continued throughout; the benches surrounding the kitchen’s Miele fittings are made of glass, which also features prominently in the bathrooms, bedrooms and the bannister. No expense was spared when it came to selecting fittings – for instance, those glass kitchen benches cost a cool $24,000 apiece. Stainless aluminium

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RT EDGAR, 9592 9299 91 Dendy Street, Brighton Price: $2.4 million + Auction: May 29 at 2pm skirting contributes to low-maintenance cleaning, and there’s a home theatre downstairs, which can be screened from the sun and the rest of the house by remote-controlled blinds. Upstairs, there’s a study/sitting room, while a balcony connects two bedrooms and maximises their north-facing aspect. The main bedroom, with its massive walk-in wardrobe and en suite, is downstairs for some privacy, while the pool area outside is peaceful and spacious. Agent Greg Costello’s description of the house as “an exciting, one-off design” is very apt. \ HARI RAJ

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3184

BENNISON MACKINNON, 9694 5000 3A Barak Road, Port Melbourne Price: $1.6 million - $1.75 million Auction: May 29 at 1.30pm This three-storey townhouse is a study in angles, which adds the impression of additional room to an already-spacious interior. There’s a north-facing courtyard out the back, just next to a bedroom/study divided by a sliding door. As you come up the stairs, the first floor welcomes you with a distinctive glass-and-metal piece of art commissioned specifically for the house. On the left is a sitting room with great views of the ocean and any surrounding activity, while on the right is a stainless steel and CaesarStone kitchen, which also gets northern light. Go up another floor and you find the delightful master bedroom, replete with angled ceilings and an entire wall’s worth of wardrobe. Its balcony has stunning views of the city on one side and the sea on the other. There’s always something to look at. \ HARI RAJ

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HODGES, 9596 6066 99 Mitford Street, Elwood Price: $1.7 million + Auction: May 29 at 2pm

The first thing you will notice about this house is its natural sand-and-cement facade, decorated with bluestone. A water feature in the outdoor garden makes for a focal point upon entry; it’s all sleek lines and cunningly concealed wiring and utilities. In the living area, blinds descend at the touch of a remote control, allowing the house’s mood to be changed in an instant. Every fitting has been carefully considered, from the built-in ironing board in an upstairs cupboard to the double-access laundry chute and the cantilevered glass balcony railings. These allow the main bedroom a perfect view of Clarke Reserve’s greenery, across the road. “That’s my front garden, without the maintenance,” says vendor Michael Piccolo. Take a look, and make sure you get the agent to point out all the features packed into this house. \ HARI RAJ


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MONT ALBERT 50 Kenmare Street Facing north upon a generous block this charming home features 5 robed bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The master bedroom borders a family bathroom; the 2nd bedroom has a retreat and ensuite, accessing a private deck. The sprawling home extends to a self-contained wing comprising ample living space, bathroom and kitchenette. Featuring polished floors, high ceilings and a gas log fire, the north-facing lounge and dining room embodies elegant living, stepping up to a retreat. With stainless steel appliances the modern kitchen extends to a meals area and alfresco area with a pool. Character fuses with the modern bonuses of ducted heating, air conditioners, water tanks, garage and carport, minutes from to Mont Albert reserve and primary school.

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Balwyn 18 May Street

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Brilliant and brand new in Balwyn. Open, spacious and beautifully built low maintenance four bedroom 50 square (approx) home in Balwyn High School zone with close access to trams, Deepdene Park, Balwyn Primary and Fintona schools. Downstairs - large bedroom with ensuite, private office, powder room and modern kitchen. Living, dining and rumpus rooms are combined into one magnificent area - and two sets of bi-fold doors open to north-facing al fresco area and joins the deck and lap pool in landscaped garden. Upstairs three bedrooms, ensuite, family spa bathroom and study area.

> VIEW Thurs & Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm > PRIVATE SALE > MEL REF 46 / B7 > EPR $2,375,000

Hawthorn & Camberwell Office: 9944 3888

> OFFICE > TEL > CONTACT

Balwyn 544 Whitehorse Road Balwyn 3103 9830 7000 Dale Edgcumbe 0412 362 475 Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399 Cher Coad 0412 252 858


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Magnificent grandeur. Superb and stunning contemporary home dedicated to light filled formal and informal indoor living - and all-weather outdoor living with infinity edge swimming pool plus outdoor kitchen overlooking extensive gardens. Constructed in 2008 by “Canny Builders”. With excellent tram/train options and direct access via city link. This area has the benefit of easy access to Melbourne’s finest schools. Plus: executive study, glass walled rumpus room, lofty ceilings, laundry chute, fireplace, zoned climate control, security system, intercom and wine wall. Expressions of interest are invited. Land 1267sq metres (13,500 sq ft) 17.54m x 72.2 or 57’ x 236’ all approx.

> VIEW By appointment > EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST > MEL REF > EPR

Hawthorn & Camberwell Office: 9944 3888

closing Thursday 17th June - 5.00pm 59 / G8 POA

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Glen Iris 58 High Street, Glen Iris 3146 9885 9811 Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399 Paul Richards 0414 503 324


Hawthorn East 39 Mt Ida Avenue

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A wealth of quality and spacious abundance. Traditional quality, materials and style are on display in the incredibly spacious interior of this solid brick family home created and located for family living and grand entertaining close to Anderson Park. Multi functional rooms for spacious living, dining and family areas, plus a beautiful bar, large office and three enormous bedrooms are surrounded by and open to front and rear private gardens and timber deck. A vertical and lateral use of space is accentuated upstairs by lofty ceilings and matching doorways, while downstairs is a vast open plan concept encompassing both formal and informal living areas.The result is an impressive home with Travertine marble accessories, magnificent drapes, ducted heating, open fireplaces and a remote control double garage on the corner of a leafy street within easy reach of Auburn South Primary and Bialik College. Inspect and admire.

> VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR

Hawthorn & Camberwell Office: 9944 3888

Thurs 1.00 - 1.30pm & Sat 12.00 - 12.30pm Sat 29th May - 1.30pm 59 / G3 $2,000,000 - $2,200,000

> OFFICE > TEL > CONTACT

Hawthorn/Camberwell 1153-1157 Burke Road Kew 3101 9944 3888 Paul Richards 0414 503 324 Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399


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Excellence, Elegance In The Sunnyside Estate. Created with families in mind, completed with an evident emphasis on quality, this desirable three bedroom, two bathroom home’s central living and dining areas make a memorable impression and are complemented by a huge, instantly inviting family room that opens to the charming north-facing garden. Separate Caesar-stone and Miele kitchen and accompanying meals area have their own garden access. Downstairs main bedroom with WIRs and spa bath ensuite, separate study. Ducted heating, split system cooling throughout. Automatic double garage ensures convenience complements superb spaces on an allotment of some 10,000 square feet approx.

> VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE > TEL > CONTACT

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The Art of Simplicity and Excellence. A pinnacle of modern architecture, towering voids announce cool clean lines with flowing living areas in this stunning 3BR home a short tree-lined walk from the upcoming Tooronga Village Complex, SouthEastern Arterial & Yarra Trail. A generous floor plan including large cinema, private study & gourmet equipped kitchen with vast breakfast bar & butlers pantry extending to a large dining and family area & courtyard garden.

> VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE > TEL > CONTACT

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hockingstuart.com.au Kew 17 Heather Grove

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Complete this winter palace! An unfinished but still strikingly brilliant ‘Nic Bochsler’ ultra modern home beside the cycle track with Genazzano and many fine schools on the Cotham Road tram line - and freeway in the other direction. Enormously tall glass windows soar to the top of this unique home with an alfresco area providing tree-top views to the horizon. Simply complete the project, install your own choice of kitchen and enjoy beautiful broad timber boards covering a colossal living and dining room overlooking fully tiled inground pool and luxury outdoor entertaining area. One or two bedrooms, bathroom walk-in dressing robe upstairs and three bedrooms downstairs with three bathrooms (one unfinished).

> VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE > TEL > CONTACT

Armadale Office: 9509 0411 Glen Iris Office: 9885 9811

Balwyn Office: 9830 7000 South Yarra Office: 9868 5444

Hawthorn & Camberwell Office: 9944 3888

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hockingstuart.com.au Kew 5 New Street

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A modern classic. Crisp and sharp design, with divine bedrooms - main with ensuite downstairs, balcony upstairs - gorgeous bathrooms, powder room for guests and a sleek functional kitchen makes this stand-out home one of the best in the cul de sac. Living and dining takes place in a superb room where hardwood floors shine and full width bi-fold glass doors open to entertainer’s courtyard garden with R.O.W at rear. This is indoor/outdoor living taken to the max. Surrounded by fine private and public schools, High Street trams, Kew Junction and the fast track to the CBD. Land: 306sqm (3297sqft) approx.

> VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE > TEL > CONTACT

Armadale Office: 9509 0411 Glen Iris Office: 9885 9811

Balwyn Office: 9830 7000 South Yarra Office: 9868 5444

Hawthorn & Camberwell Office: 9944 3888

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Thurs 1.00 - 1.30pm & 6.00 - 6.30pm & Sat from 11.00am Sat 22nd May - 11.30am 45 / E5 $1,100,000 - $1,200,000 Hawthorn/Camberwell 1153-1157 Burke Road Kew 3101 9944 3888 Anne Mackie 0417 034 212 Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399

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hockingstuart.com.au Mont Albert North 1/10-12 Belgravia Avenue

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Superb modern lifestyle. Remote control double garage on your own driveway in your own front garden provides internal access to top-quality 3 yo home with formal, informal, casual and outdoor living in a superb tree-lined area in close proximity to Balwyn High School, walking distance of Belmore shopping precinct, mere minutes from Box Hill Central and Doncaster. Main bedroom downstairs - two bedrooms upstairs, formal lounge room, huge family room and kitchen of stone and stainless-steel this is superb family living - Townhouse style!

> VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE > TEL > CONTACT

Armadale Office: 9509 0411 Glen Iris Office: 9885 9811

Balwyn Office: 9830 7000 South Yarra Office: 9868 5444

Hawthorn & Camberwell Office: 9944 3888

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Thurs 11.30 - 12.00pm & Sat from 2.00pm Sat 22nd May - 2.30pm 46 / K4 $780,000 - $850,000 Balwyn 544 Whitehorse Road 3103 9830 7000 John Turner 0419 569 919 Nick Walker 0417 330 650

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hockingstuart.com.au Surrey Hills 6/52 Union Road

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Move up in the world. Step up to a lifestyle of fine living with this two bedroom unit in a leafy street near Surrey Park, train station and shopping precinct. Black granite gleams in the kitchen and laundry room, timber boards shine on the floor, tiles gleam in the bathroom and outdoor living is in total privacy on brick paved courtyard. Lock up garage is underhouse.

> VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE > TEL > CONTACT

Armadale Office: 9509 0411 Glen Iris Office: 9885 9811

Balwyn Office: 9830 7000 South Yarra Office: 9868 5444

Hawthorn & Camberwell Office: 9944 3888

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hockingstuart.com.au Surrey Hills 6 & 8 Arthur Street

A prime position with 2 grand plans! To be sold separately, 2 x 335sqm allotments representing a unique offering with Surrey parklands, recreational facilities, pool, transport, Mont Albert Village (train), Box Hill Central and the best selection of private/ public schools all close by. Buy both blocks, generate investment rewards in the existing 2 bedroom home with self contained bungalow or start afresh and put the council endorsed plans into action and build 2 stunning detached new 3/4 bedroom homes, formal, casual and teen areas, quality kitchens and easy-care outdoor areas for stylish entertaining. Alternatively, select the allotment you prefer and create a space that perfectly caters to your families requirements (subject to council approval).

> VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE > TEL > CONTACT

Armadale Office: 9509 0411 Glen Iris Office: 9885 9811

Balwyn Office: 9830 7000 South Yarra Office: 9868 5444

Hawthorn & Camberwell Office: 9944 3888

Thurs 2.00 - 2.30pm & Sat 3.15 - 3.45pm Sat 5th June - 12.00pm & 12.15pm 47 / A11 $600,000 - $660,000 each Hawthorn/Camberwell Office 1153-1157 Burke Road, Kew 3101 9944 3888 Paul Pfeiffer 0411 224 008 Laurence Murphy 0421 829 028


hockingstuart.com.au Surrey Hills 3 Sir Garnet Road

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www.3sirgarnet.com.au. This breathtaking 50sq plus (approx) architect designed modern masterpiece is destined to become the exciting new benchmark in opulent family living. Bordering Canterbury and situated in arguably Surrey Hills’ finest street, with Maling Rd Village, Canterbury sports ground and train stations all within easy reach. Lashings of bluestone line the entrance portico whilst solid white oak timber and sumptuous finishes bestow the entire home with a no-expense-spared decadence. Comprises: 4 bedrooms (parent’s WIR/ens), main bathroom, study, upper teen-living, formal living & dining, stateof-the-art Miele/Gaggenau/caesar stone kitchen, theatre room (fully fitted) and alfresco entertainment pavilion - complete with outdoor kitchen, fireplace & pool. Features: double lock up garage, ducted heating, cooling and vacuum, water tanks (grey water system), timber plantation shutters, colour video intercom and alarm. Land: 20.3m x 33m (66’6” x 108’2”) 670sqm (7,200sqft) approximately. Armadale Office: 9509 0411 Glen Iris Office: 9885 9811

Balwyn Office: 9830 7000 South Yarra Office: 9868 5444

Hawthorn & Camberwell Office: 9944 3888

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> EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Closing Thurs 27th May - 4pm > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE > TEL > CONTACT

46 / F10 POA Hawthorn/Camberwell Office 1153-1157 Burke Road, Kew 3101 9944 3888 Paul Pfeiffer 0411 224 008 Laurence Murphy 0421 829 028


hockingstuart.com.au Balwyn 1c Salford Avenue

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Scale down in style. Superbly positioned in Balwyn’s most prized ‘cul-de-sac’, a lifestyle opportunity awaits you with this beautifully constructed and majestically appointed large double storey town residence situated on a low maintenance allotment with its own title and street frontage. Features downstairs main bedroom (WIR and ens with spa bath), formal lounge room (gas log fire), formal dining room and a spacious open plan kitchen and family room. Upstairs are 2 further bedrooms (BIRs), study and central bathroom. Includes a large double lock up garage (internal access), plenty of storage, A/C, central heating, a delightful courtyard and rainwater tank. All this within minutes of public transport, Balwyn Cinema, shops, Fintona Girls and parklands. > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR

Sat from 11.30am Sat 22nd May - 12.00pm 46 / D9 $1,400,000 - $1,500,000

Balwyn Office 544 Whitehorse Road 3103 > TEL 9830 7000 > CONTACT Toby Parker 0413 581 104 Troy Rendle 0438 305 520 Chris Johnson 0433 466 463 > OFFICE

Surrey Hills 4/139 Union Road (enter from Bedford Ave)

Authentic Victorian apartment. Brilliantly renovated and extended to provide great light filled spaces and a fabulous private lifestyle - so practical and perfectly positioned. With cafes, restaurants and transport at the door, this utterly unique setting offers so much more. Comprises: private security entry, timber/Miele/stainless steel kitchen and meals, spacious sunny living room, 2 double bedrooms, 5 star bathroom/laundry, study plus private roof top terrace. Access from Bedford Avenue, the home features: new A/C, polished Baltic floors, high decorative ceilings, two period open fire places and parking on title. Unique flexibility also exists to utilise the business zoning. > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR

Thurs & Sat 1.15 - 1.45pm Sat 5th June - 1.00pm 46 / H12 $520,000 - $570,000

Armadale Office: 9509 0411 Glen Iris Office: 9885 9811

Hawthorn/Camberwell Office 1153-1157 Burke Road, Kew 3101 > TEL 9944 3888 > CONTACT Paul Pfeiffer 0411 224 008 Claire Wenn 0409 857 506 Laurence Murphy 0421 829 028 > OFFICE

Balwyn Office: 9830 7000 South Yarra Office: 9868 5444

Hawthorn & Camberwell Office: 9944 3888


hockingstuart.com.au Balwyn 2/4 Tonkin Avenue

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Character and Charm. Charming, 1 of 2, northfacing unit located close to all amenities. Secluded in a tranquil cottage garden and in Balwyn High School zone. Comps: lounge & dining, kitchen and meals area. Feats: laundry (cupboard space), duct heating & cool and remote lock up garage.

A hidden gem. This is light, bright, modern family living at its best. The fully renovated 3 bedroom, solid brick unit has 1950s heritage, plus a modern kitchen, separate toilet and bathroom with spa. Just 1 of 2 in the Balwyn High School zone.

Thurs 12.00 - 12.30pm & Sat 2.30 - 3.00pm Sat 29th May - 12.00pm 46 / E6 $550,000 - $590,000 Balwyn Office 544 Whitehorse Road 3103 > TEL 9830 7000 > CONTACT Claire Wenn 0409 857 506 Toby Parker 0413 581 104

> VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE

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Glen Iris 21 Leopold Street

Prime corner allotment. Triple-fronted cream brick offers plenty of charm, whilst offering scope to further enhance/redevelop this cnr allot (STCA). Comp combined living & dining (OFP) & kitchen with meals area. Feats: A/C & heating. Land: 614sqm (6,600sq ft) 16.79m x 36.61m (55’ x 120’) aprx.

Northern Living With Fabulous Family Focus. Picturesque 4-bedroom residence which enjoys the significant advantages of an inviting 2-room north-facing extension spilling to a deck & deep garden with ROW near High St & Tooronga Rd. 3 living areas, ensuite, carport, further OSP.

Thurs 11.00 - 11.30am & Sat from 12.30pm Sat 22nd May - 1.00pm > MEL REF 46 / D5 > EPR $1,100,000 - $1,200,000 > OFFICE Balwyn Office 544 Whitehorse Road 3103 > TEL 9830 7000 > CONTACT Paul Pfeiffer 0411 224 008 Laurence Murphy 0421 829 028

> VIEW > AUCTION

Thurs 11.45 - 12.15pm & Sat as advertised Sat 29th May - 2.30pm > MEL REF 59 / F8 > EPR $1,350,000 - $1,450,000 > OFFICE Glen Iris Office 58 High Street 3146 > TEL 9885 9811 > CONTACT Fiona Martin 0423 582 866 Andrew James 0411 420 788

> VIEW > AUCTION

Armadale Office: 9509 0411 Glen Iris Office: 9885 9811

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Thurs 11.00 - 11.30am & Sat from 10.30am Sat 22nd May - 11.00am 46 / E5 $680,000 - $740,000 Balwyn Office 544 Whitehorse Road 3103 > TEL 9830 7000 > CONTACT Claire Wenn 0409 857 506 Toby Parker 0413 581 104

> VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE

Balwyn North 13 Morris Street

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Balwyn Office: 9830 7000 South Yarra Office: 9868 5444

Hawthorn & Camberwell Office: 9944 3888


Surrey Hills 1/247 Elgar Road Glen Iris 1 Seaton Street

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High-convenience, low-maintenance! With a gorgeous garden frontage and an air of contemporary elegance, this modern 2 bedroom townhouse offers easy-care living near bus, tram, shops and schools. With modern kitchen, stylish living, dining, remote garage.

Huge Corner Block, Waiting In The Wings. On an impressive 739 m2 block (approx) with frontage to Vernon St, this well-maintained redbrick 3 BR plus study residence with a pool, gge & northerly aspect awaits renovation or luxury new home site (STCA).

Thurs 12.30 - 1.00pm & Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm Sat 29th May - 11.00am 61 / A2 $520,000 - $570,000 Balwyn Office 544 Whitehorse Road 3103 > TEL 9830 7000 > CONTACT Paul Pfeiffer 0411 224 008 Richard Sharp 0413 752 919 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE

Thurs 11.00 - 11.30am & Sat as advertised Sat 29th May - 12.30pm 60 / B9 $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 Glen Iris Office 58 High Street 3146 > TEL 9885 9811 > CONTACT Jason Lee 0419 441 697 Andrew James 0411 420 788 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE

Malvern East 20 Ailsa Avenue

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Decked Out In Corner Style. Totally renovated, beautifully detailed single-level 3 BR, 2 bathroom residence on a prominent corner block with 3 alfresco ent zones. Northern living/ dining, gourmet kitchen & dble garage near Hedgeley Dene Gardens. Thurs 11.00 - 11.30am & Sat as advertised Sat 29th May - 10.30am 59 / K12 $820,000 - $900,000 > OFFICE Glen Iris Office 58 High Street 3146 > TEL 9885 9811 > CONTACT Fiona Martin 0423 582 866 Andrew James 0411 420 788 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR

100 BAy street (Cnr LittLe BAy st) • Building Area: 280m²* • Four (4) car spaces

• next door to thomas Dux, First Choice Liquor, Aveda, Vitamin Me, Pepe Jeans

Jonathon McCormack 0418 835 885 LEVEL 6, 172-192 FLINDERS ST, MELBOURNE www.grosswaddell.com.au

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TOORAK 46 Carters Avenue

Affordable Chic & Lifestyle

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Enjoying the tightly held exclusivity of the Toorak Vilage stroll. This architect designed 3 bedroom townhouse maximises space, light and flexibility with high ceilings and polished timber floors to emphasise the flowing layout. Other features include 2 1/2 bathrooms, Northern courtyard, Northern private deck, garaging with direct access, central aircon/heating.

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PRAHRAN 11 George Street

A Diamond in the Rough

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Generous proportions, traditional features and vast untapped potential defines this classic 3 bedroom free standing period home.

Auction View Contact

Saturday 29th May at 11.00am Thursday 20th and Saturday 22nd 1-1.30pm Bill Cook 0411 089 089 William Dwyer 0403 469 320

Placed in a vibrant address, within a stroll to a host of lifestyle choices, it retains distinct characters and flexibility while offering many options to update or redesign to realise its full potential.

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


McLAREN Y oN Da I CT TUR U a Sa IS H T

14/411 Toorak Road TooRak

Stunningly renovated top floor rear apartment with views over the rooftops of Toorak. Featuring open plan living/dining area, large private balcony, kitchen with stone benches & s/s appliances, contemporary bathroom with spa & frameless shower screen, separate laundry & two bedrooms. Also features a/c, heating, BIRs, timber floors & carport. Just 100m to Toorak Village in a most sought after location. PRICE aUCTIoN INSPECT CoNTaCT

278 High Street Kew

$550,000 to $600,000 This Saturday at 11 am Thursday 11-11:30 am & Saturday 10:30-11 am Nick Whyte 0417 131 153 & Doug McLaren 0408 333 041

9854 8888

McLAREN

Internet: www.mclaren.com.au

www.landmark.com.au Birregurra District 642.88 Ha – 1,588.60 Ac

South Mooleric 10 Titles

2/181 Barkers Road Kew Located within walking distance to Kew’s leading schools this well presented villa comprises three bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite, spacious lounge, separate dining & a modern kitchen/ meals area. Recently renovated including two as new bathrooms, timber floors, a/c, alarm, large private decked courtyard & second courtyard off the kitchen, own driveway to carport & second car space & storage area.

NO bOdy COrPOrATE fEES ANd ON 380 Sqm APPrOx. AUCTION INSPECT CONTACT

Saturday 29 May at 11 am Thursday 12-12:30 pm & Saturday 12:30-1 pm Nick Whyte 0417 131 153 & Doug McLaren 0408 333 041

9854 8888

278 High Street Kew

Internet: www.mclaren.com.au

cropping, Fat Lambs, cattle, Wool & investment • Excellent well balanced gently undulating country • Arable loamy soils & warm open basalt volcanic rises • Dual road frontages – 10 titles all with road frontage • Huge potential in renowned district • Close to Colac, Geelong, Lorne & Melbourne easily accessible • Permit for proposed wind farm in place • Reliable rainfall

Scott McCormick 0409 216 465 TOORAk (03) 9296 2044

Our vendors are committed to selling the property as it has served its purpose as ‘drought insurance’ for their northern holdings over the past 8 years. Please call for full colour brochure. Must be Sold – Do Not Miss it! Vendor instructs this property must be sold Web ID: 7286109

auctiON thursday 10th June, 11.30am onsite (unless sold Prior)


CAN T ER BU R Y

898A Burke R o ad (facin g M o un tfield Street)

IS TH Y N O R DA I CT T U U A SA

Q uiet an d T ree Lin ed Aven ue with Class an d Space Designed & built by the current owners, this stunning town residence boasts all the features of modern living. A marble-tiled entry hall leads to a light & spacious living & dining room. A blonde timber kitchen with s/s appliances adjoins the meals & family areas that overlook the paved north facing Tuscan inspired courtyard. The large ground floor main bedroom has a WIR & ensuite. Upstairs 3 further double bedrooms, one with Juliet balcony, are all serviced by a full sized central bathroom. Features: double lock up garage with internal access, quality floor coverings, ducted vacuum, reverse-cycle air-conditioning & heating. Close to transport & shops plus private schools, & situated in a quiet tree lined street.

christopherrussell.com.au

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BULLEEN

64 Golden Way

Balwyn North Buyers - "Bulleen Calling" Start the day with a stunning view of the CBD skyline; end it with a brilliant sunset. Watch the weather roll in from the west or ring in the New Year against the backdrop of fireworks. This original 1970´s home may need a little TLC or to be extended or even rebuilt (STCA).Here in The Yarraleen Estate, the end result would be worth the effort. The 1970´s features include timber lined cathedral ceilings, open plan split level living and dining, funky kitchen with three bedrooms plus study mezzanine and versatile family/TV room and double garage. The existing pool needs refurbishment or would make an ideal water tank. This will see you well on the way to creating a modern family home close to schools, shops, freeway and transport. Auction: Open: Contact: Office:

Saturday 29th May at 11am Thursday & Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am Margaret Clarke 0438 575 363 Russell Turner 0419 955 655 72a Doncaster Road Balwyn 9859 9517

christopherrussell.com.au

REIV Marketing Award Winner & Finalist 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 & 2009

ELWOOD CAMBERWELL

3/39 Shelley Street

2/28 Judd Street

IS TH Y N A IO RD T C TU AU SA

Stylish Sea Side Art Deco

Brilliant Location This immaculate modernised single level rear villa (1 of only 4) is superbly positioned in a beautiful tree lined pocket of Camberwell. Walk to Camberwell junction shopping precinct, Rivoli Cinema, restaurants, Camberwell station, city trams and schools. This private rear villa is freshly painted and offers an as new renovated open plan kitchen/dining and living room, two double bedrooms with built in robes, as new bathroom, laundry and remote lock up garage with entry from a wide right of way. An exceptional investment for first home buyers and astute investors.

Auction: Price: Open: Contact:

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Sat 22nd May at 11am $450,000 plus Thur 11.00 - 11.30am & Sat 10.30 - 11.00am Choon Chieh 0412 128 886 Chris Ewart 0419 897 979 1161 Burke Road Kew 9817 0123

This J. Esmond Dorney inspired Art Deco apartment is certainly a class act! Showcasing the most delightful features of the era and positioned in one of Elwood's favourite tree-lined streets a short walk to the beach, Village shopping and restaurants are just around the corner. Step inside the stunning surrounds of this Boutique residence and enjoy the intricate period detail of the cornices, amazing ornate ceilings, the feature leadlight windows and the incredible freestanding columns. • Huge North facing living room with open fire place • Great open plan kitchen and dining with modern appliances & stone bench tops • Central bathroom with a bath • European laundry • 2 well sized double bedrooms with built in robes AUCTION Saturday 5th June at 12.00pm • Terrace PRICE $675,000-$745,000 • Beautifully polished solid timber floors OFFICE Elwood: 9531 1245 • Secure car parking on title CONTACT Trish Mulcahy 0419 446 313 • Small Boutique block of only 5 apartments Torsten Kasper 0428 454 181

90 Ormond Road, Elwood

christopherrussell.com.au

Ph: 9531 1245

325 Bay Street, Port Melbourne

Ph: 9646 4444


www.abercrombys.com.au

Malvern 12 Chesterfield Avenue Not Following Trends, Setting Them A design that was clearly ahead of its time continues to offer exceptional lifestyle success in an elite location at the heart of Malvern’s school and family orientated hub. Arranged around an innovative octagonal courtyard, this unique family home’s large living, dining and entertaining areas, all flexibly formal and informal, are complemented by separate study and central kitchen featuring integrated Miele appliances. The luxurious accommodation of five bedrooms and three impressive bathrooms provides everyone with their own zone, enhanced by additional courtyard retreats. Northerly aspects flood an elegant terrace and spectacular lap pool with natural sun-light while two car garage and double car-port add consummate convenience – land 925 sq metres. (Approx) Auction: Saturday 29th May 2010 at 11.30am View: Thursday & Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm Rob Vickers Willis 0412 210 066 Andrew Harlock 0419 379 992 Mel Ref: 59 C4

Agents in Conjunction: RT Edgar 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak VIC 3142 Will Cooper 0409 963 204

Abercromby’s 1087 High Street Armadale Telephone 9864 5300 Email sales@abercrombys.com.au

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Auction This Saturday

Brighton East 63 Marriage Road Exceptional Family Environment Lush landscaped gardens, refined formal areas and effortless entertaining spaces extending to an inviting granite terrace and sumptuous swimming pool define this magnificent architect designed family home. Interiors enhanced by Herringbone parquetry floors and superior appointments include formal living and dining domain (OFP), handsome study, bright casual living and dining spaces adjacent a gourmet granite and Blanco equipped kitchen. An upstairs rumpus accompanies four beautiful bedrooms, main with decadent spa ensuite and Juliet balcony. Additional features include striking water feature, outdoor shower, powder room, security. Double garage.

Auction: Saturday 22nd May 11.30am View: Wednesday 12.00-12.30pm & Saturday from 11.00am Tim Derham 0438 332 844 Michael Derham 0425 790233 Mel Ref: 76 J1

4 Abercromby’s 1087 High Street Armadale Telephone 9864 5300 Email sales@abercrombys.com.au

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woodards.com.au MULTI-OFFICE NETWORK

HAWTHORN 6/9 Glen Street Perfectly positioned single level villa unit with secluded sun drenched front garden and in easy walking distance to Glenferrie Hill shops and transport. Large sun filled sitting room and separate dining room, bright kitchen with meals area, two bedrooms with BIR´ s, bathroom, shower room, separate toilet and laundry. Other features include single lock up garage, heating and rear courtyard an ideal opportunity to value add to bring this property into the 21st Century.

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1 Saturday 29 May at 12.00 Thu & Sat 11.00-11.30 Tony Nathan 0412 285 066 Simon Byrne 0413 701 444 590 Burwood Road Hawthorn 9818 3456

Office

HAWTHORN 14/9 Lisson Grove Superbly situated in a grand Hawthorn location; a peaceful rear position among the lush tranquil grounds of highly-regarded ´ Knox Court´ provide the perfect setting for this most appealing apartment. So much space, so little maintenance; the large older-style proportions and the lowupkeep nature of this delightful ground floor apartment are ideal for both astute investors and to occupiers including downsizers and first-home buyers. A handy springboard to nearby amenities for a lifestyle of ease, ´ Knox Court´ is convenient to trams, Yarra River parks and trails, shopping and eateries. Offers covered car space on title, two sizable bedrooms with built-in robes, wonderful living/dining room with balcony overlooking garden courtyard, big kitchen, bathroom with separate bath, laundry facilities and gas heater.

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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 Saturday 5 June at 1.00 Thu & Sat 12.00-12.30 Roger Butcher 0411 698 118 Marie Harbeck 0413 223 346 590 Burwood Road Hawthorn 9818 3456

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CAMBERWELL 20 Stornoway Road Directly opposite Lynden Park is this charming 1930s timber home which has been tightly held for over 40 years blending original decoration and subsequent improvements. Capitalize on this exceedingly comfortable home´ s unique parkside position, established garden allotment (890m² approx) and proximity to schools, shopping and public transport. The tranquil park views are superbly complemented by a floorplan including four generous bedrooms, robes, elegant formal lounge room, dining room, family room with delightful garden aspects, well-equipped kitchen, meals area, two bathrooms, laundry, ducted heating, air-conditioning, alarm, polished parquetry floor, large rear alfresco deck adjoining fabulous hot tub spa, rose garden, raintank and remote-control triple garage.

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3 Saturday 29 May at 1.00 Thu & Sat 1.00-1.30 Andrew Chapman 0412 280 773 Roger Butcher 0411 698 118 590 Burwood Road Hawthorn 9818 3456

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HAWTHORN 29/70 Church Street Riverside Hawthorn is a blue ribbon position for owner-occupiers and investors and this quietly located apartment provides an affordable entry point to enjoy the spoils with your spare change! Located to the rear of a popular block in an established treed setting, this immediately inviting apartment is situated on the ground floor and superbly orientated to the north ensuring that the pleasingly proportioned interior is flooded with natural light. Including convenient car space on title and communal laundry; you´ ll be thrilled with the condition and size of this well maintained apartment offering hallway, two sizable bedrooms with built-in robes, tiled laundry, separate WC, spacious living/dining room opening to sunny balcony, functional gas kitchen and good storage. Stroll to shops, café s, parkland and trams to Richmond, Kew and Camberwell.

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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 Saturday 22 May at 11.00 Thur 11-11.30 & Sat 10.30-11.00 Roger Butcher 0411 698 118 Liz O’Sullivan 0407 880 754 590 Burwood Road Hawthorn 9818 3456

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SOUTH YARRA 5/45 Rockley Road Stake your claim in one of South Yarra´ s most iconic cul-de-sacs and reap the golden lifestyle rewards with this fabulous townhouse. Just footsteps from the Yarra River and Capital City Trail, secure an enviable way of life in a plane treelined avenue when you acquire this well-presented home that is perfectly positioned close to vibrant Chapel Street and Toorak Road, Como Park and trams. Set quietly towards the rear of an exclusive garden-set complex, this delightful townhouse delivers desirable low-maintenance living with a private north-facing rear courtyard and carport on title. A blue chip investment and brilliant first home offering two double bedrooms with BIRs, smart living and dining area, efficient kitchen, bright bathroom, laundry and electric heating. Presents scope to stylishly update if desired.

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1 Saturday 29 May at 2.00 Thu & Sat 2.00-2.30 Andrew Chapman 0412 280 773 Simon Byrne 0413 701 444 590 Burwood Road Hawthorn 9818 3456

Office

PRAHRAN 372 Malvern Road Live in one of Melbourne´ s most dynamic locations when you renovate/ extend/ enhance (STCA) this double storey, bluestone Victorian terrace just metres from Chapel Street´ s s iconic shopping/ restaurants. A majestic, balconied faç ade adds impressive character to 9 principle rooms, currently configured as bedrooms (3 upstairs/ 3 downstairs) plus large living room, 2 kitchens, 2 bathrooms. Rear, side ROW access from Summers Street.

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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

2 Saturday 29 May at 11.00 Thu & Sat 1.00-1.30 Tony Nathan 0412 285 066 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! Here’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 updated 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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HAWTHORN EAST 13/20 Denmark Hill Road Recently renovated rear first floor one bedroom strata title apartment in very good order. Renovated kitchen and bathroom with possible laundry facilities, wonderful East facing balcony, polished floor boards, heating and includes communal laundry facilities.The property is quietly hidden away, close to tram, train, and everything Camberwell Junction has to offer including cafes, shops and the Rivoli Theatre and world famous market only minutes away. Car parking available off street (not on title).

1 Thursday 20 May at 2.00 Thu 1.30-2.00 Juanita Kelly 0419 589 724 Aaron Goode 0438 337 495 370 Glenhuntly Road Elsternwick 9519 8333

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1 Saturday 22 May at 12.00 Thu & Sat 12.00-12.30 Tony Nathan 0412 285 066 Simon Byrne 0413 701 444 590 Burwood Road Hawthorn 9818 3456

Nestled in this quiet, leafy locale affording highly coveted convenience is this superb, exceptionally spacious two bedroom home with double lock up garage on a compact allotment. Designed for a quality, low-maintenance lifestyle with an emphasis on easily managed, single-level living in a meticulously maintained setting; immediately relax and enjoy the light-filled layout near Riversdale Road shopping, trams and Highfield Park.

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

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2 Saturday 5 June at 11.00 Thur & Sat 2-2.30 Roger Butcher 0411 698 118 Simon Byrne 0413 701 444 273 Camberwell Road Camberwell 9805 1111

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A FAMILY ENTERTAINER ON THE PARK

Elevated over the park, this 3 bedroom plus study, timeless family residence inspires with its superb proportions and incredible flow for entertaining: featuring a grand reception foyer, exquisite sitting room (OFP), stately dining room, provincial style kitchen (Euro appliances & WI pantry), casual north facing family room, ground floor master suite, central courtyard, heated pool and double garage. On 836sqm approx, moments to train, tram, schools and Citylink.

INSPECT WEDNESDAY 12-12.45PM & SATURDAY FROM 11.30AM AUCTION SATURDAY 22ND MAY AT 12NOON Toorak 9826 0000 Andrew Tolson 0418 312 542, Rodney Morley 0418 321 222

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A CLASSIC VICTORIAN WITH OPEN PLAN VITALITY

Stylishly renovated 3 bedroom double fronted Victorian seamlessly combining classic charm with dynamic indoor/outdoor entertaining, featuring high ceilings, polished boards, modern kitchen with abundant storage, huge open plan entertaining with OFP and bi-fold doors onto a north facing paved entertaining area in lush manicured gardens, outdoor storage and large car space. So close to Hawksburn Village, Prahran Market, High Street, train, tram and a lifestyle that's second to none.

INSPECT THURSDAY 2.30-3.15PM AUCTION SATURDAY 29TH MAY AT 11AM

Toorak 9826 0000 Andrew Tolson 0418 312 542, Rodney Morley 0418 321 222

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Complimented by a tranquil courtyard environment this beautifully proportioned 2 bedroom 2.5 bathroom residence features: parquetry floors and high ceilings emphasise the extraordinary beauty within, American Oak/granite kitchen (Gaggenau appliances), spacious bay meals area, impressive open plan entertaining, 2 superb garden terraces, fitted study/den, main bedroom (extensive BIRs & marble spa ensuite), double basement security parking & store room.

INSPECT WEDNESDAY 12-12.45 & SATURDAY FROM 12.30PM AUCTION SATURDAY 22ND MAY AT 1PM Toorak 9826 0000 Naomi Dorevitch 0408 326 747, Rodney Morley 0418 321 222

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"HIGHGRANGE" SUPERB APARTMENT - SENSATIONAL LOCATION

Immaculate stunning as new 2 bedroom 2 bathroom security 1st floor corner apartment in boutique building of 5 only with lift access. Entry hall, open plan lounge/living flowing onto private balcony, state-of-the-art S/Steel & granite kitchen with breakfast bar, 2 dble bedrms (master with ensuite & WIR, 2nd bedrm with BIRs), bathrm, sep powderrm, sep lndry, RC aircond, 2 basement car spaces. 50m to Toorak Village, boutiques, restaurants & cafes.

INSPECT WEDNESDAY 12.45-1.30, SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1-1.45PM AUCTION SATURDAY 5TH JUNE AT 1PM Toorak 9826 0000 Susan Wolper 0418 505 518, Rodney Morley 0418 321 222

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PROMINENT CORNER BOX HILL SHOP $1.3 MILLION

CONTEMPORARY ELEGANCE WITH SUPERB ENTERTAINMENT SPACES

Surrounded in its own garden serenity, this architectural 3 bedroom 2.5 bathroom residence brings entertaining to the fore. Beautifully light, this impressive entertainer enjoys 4 living zones (OFP & built in storage) spilling onto the gas heated pool & spa, stylish granite/timber kitchen, main bedroom (balcony, fitted WIR & ensuite), R/C air conditioning and double auto garage. In the coveted Cantala Estate, a stone's throw to transport, restaurants and boutiques.

INSPECT WED 1-1.45, SAT 2-2.45 & SUN 12-12.45PM AUCTION SUNDAY 6TH JUNE AT 2PM Caulfield North 9525 9222 Rochelle Butt 0412 707 033, Rodney Morley 0418 321 222

428 Toorak Road, Toorak 9826 0000 203 Balaclava Road, Caulfield 9525 9222

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1029 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill Situated on Whitehorse Road opp the Tax Office, this two storey shop & dwelling offers vacant possession and excellent exposure, with additional development potential. Approx site area of 167 m2 and building area of 283 m2.

Contact: Greg Cooper 9831 9831


BALWYN 140 Winmalee Road

FLAWLESS CONTEMPORARY CLASS Distinguished by its´ elegantly finished, spacious proportions and prestigious position amongst notable homes, this refined contemporary residence presents superior quality family living with convenience to Balwyn Village shops/ cafes, reliable transport and leading independent schools. A magnificent, private feature garden with wisteria clad alfresco pergola introduces gallery entry, formal living (gas OFP) and dining, study, open plan living/ dining (feature OFP), central granite/ St George kitchen. Upstairs, 4 bedrooms (BIRs) include master suite (sitting/ marble ensuite), family bathroom. Rear entertaining with landscaped garden backdrop. Remote double garage, OSP.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 5th June at 1pm $1,950,000 - $2,100,000 Thur 1.15-1.45pm & Sat 1-1.45pm 656 sqm (approx) James Bateman 0438 110 744 Mark Rathgeber 0419 334 334 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road


BALWYN NORTH 21 Osburn Avenue

SIX BEDROOMS & CITY VIEWS Magnificently crafted to provide an executive family environment, this six-bedroom residence takes pride of place on an elevated corner allotment showcasing excellent city views. Impressively styled interiors with meticulous attention to detail throughout include formal lounge, gas OFP, informal living and dining spaces with outlook to a breathtaking stacked stone water feature, CaesarStone/Miele kitchen, WI pantry and beautiful bedrooms including luxurious main, ensuite/WIRs. Bi-fold doors introduce a private covered deck ideal for entertaining/al fresco dining. Features two family bathrooms, plus ensuite, refrigerated air-conditioning/central heating, alarm, intercom and auto double garage with direct house entrance. Refreshingly Refined!

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 5th June at 11am $1,750,000 - $1,850,000 Thur 12.30-1pm & Sat 1.30-2pm James Bateman 0438 110 744 Mark Rathgeber 0419 334 334 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road


KEW 9 College Parade

RETAIN OR RE-BUILD ON 839M² This appealing double storey home of 9 rooms displays all the ingredients of a much loved family residence in the heart of Kew´s famous school precinct. But, in such a sought after location you may wish to better utilize this exceptional 839sqm allotment with broad frontage & create your own dream home (STCA). Only a short stroll to Glenferrie Rd & distinguished schools such as MLC, Ruyton, Xavier & Trinity. Comp: Entrance hall, living room (OFP), dining room, fully appointed & renovated kitchen, meals area & family room opening to large patio area. Main (downstairs) bedroom with BIR´s & renovated semi-ensuite, study/5th bedroom. U/S 3 bedrooms (BIR´s), 2nd bathrm, separate toilet & lined attic storage. Double lock-up garage (auto door) via wide drive & shed/workshop. Hydronic Heating, 6 air con´s.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT KEW

Sat 29th May at 11am $1.85m - $2m Thur 2-2.30pm & Sat 1.30-2pm 18.5m x 45.3m approx John Cokalis 0411 184 124 Bruce Severns 0413 744 998 9817 4535 / 150 Cotham Road


KEW 136 Princess Street

GENEROUS FAMILY EDWARDIAN This substantial 5 BRM, 2 bath timber Edwardian home (c.1905) provides a wonderful balance of style, space & practicality. Period features; pressed metal ceilings, roses, grained doors, decorative timberwork, OFPs & box windows. A formal entry & superb dining room exude a warmth & charm that flow seamlessly to the huge kitchen/family room at the rear. This massive bright space for meals, play & entertaining has wrap around verandah that leads to large yard featuring circular paved area with elegant fountains & elevated pond, all set in established gardens. Behind a high fence with auto gate & room for 5 cars on this wide 922 sm allotment close to schools, transport, shops & parkland.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT KEW

Sat 29th May at 12.30pm $1.3m - $1.4m Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat 12.30-1pm Bruce Severns 0413 744 998 John Cokalis 0411 184 124 9817 4535 / 150 Cotham Road


ASHBURTON 15 Eleanor Street

ENVIABLE IN EVERY WAY! In the 30 years since it was last sold, this superb solid brick Californian has provided fantastic family spaces enhanced by the outstanding advantages of a position that is amongst Ashburton´s very best. The interior spaces have an instant impact due to stunning marble OFP, period ceilings, polished flrs, superbly finished timber door frames & detailing. The central kitchen complemented by ample storage & granite benchtop overlooks the nth facing air-con family room with double doors to the rear decking. 4 bdrms & 2 bthrms provide superlative accom in a design defined by quality fittings & exceptional presentation. Easy walk to High St shops, rail, Primary School, parks & pool in a matter of moments, this delightful home is also far enough removed from the hustle & bustle to offer a sanctuary of style & serenity.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT GLEN IRIS

Sat 22nd May at 1pm $1,050,000 - $1,150,000 Thur 5.30-6pm & Sat 12.30-1pm Tony Doh 0419 316 676 Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 9885 3333 / 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Rd)

ASHBURTON 14A Marquis Street

INTELLIGENT MODERN SPACES The aim of providing modern spaces that make life easy is beautifully met by this bright three bedroom residence, a stylishly designer c1999 home on its own title in a location that balances calm & quiet with the ultimate convenience of High Street village, train, Ferndale Park bike tracks & schools. Generous living/dining areas flow to spacious informal meals zone & an accompanying kitchen equipped with Bosch appliances & black granite benches overlooking a private courtyard. Downstairs main bedroom with plantation shutters, WIR & ensuite is complemented upstairs by two further bedrooms sharing a sky-lit central bathroom. Ducted heating, evaporative cooling, store room & automatic double garage.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT GLEN IRIS

Sat 5th June at 12pm $880,000 - $950,000 Thur 12-12.40pm & Sat 2.45-3.15pm Julie Kingshott 0413 569 643 Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 9885 3333 / 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Rd)


BALWYN 108 Belmore Road

SPACIOUS LIVING - BALWYN HIGH ZONE With an entrance facing onto Hilda Street & situated within easy walking distance to Balwyn High this immaculately presented 4 bedroom town house only 2 years old and on its own separate title offers an affordable and comfortable entry into the Balwyn property market. Featuring Blanco stainless steel appliances, Caesar stone bench tops, a grand main bedroom with en-suite and walk in robe downstairs as well as three bedrooms upstairs. Also includes powder room, polished boards, balcony to 2nd bedroom, north facing courtyard garden, easy access to Eastern freeway, transport, parks, North Balwyn village and schools all close by. Land size 373 sqm (approx).

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 22nd May at 2pm $900,000 - $990,000 Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat from 1.30pm Brett Philipp 0425 756 789 Michael Nolan 0418 546 118 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

BALWYN 37 Kitchener Street

A 698M² CORNER SITE Builders will relish the prospect of redeveloping (STCA) this level allotment with dual frontage, while renovators will ponder the prospects of extending this attractive Californian Bungalow with a northerly aspect. Astute investors would retain it for future capital appreciation. Whatever your plans, you will reap the benefits of this desirable location only 200m from Whitehorse Rd. Comfortable existing home retaining original character comprises: Traditional front verandah, entrance hall, spacious lounge (gas htr in FP, bay window), d/d to dining room, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, updated kitchen & sun room//meals area, laundry, toilet & side access to large double garage/workshop/rumpus.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT KEW

Sat 5th June at 12.30pm $1.1m - $1.2m Thur 11-11.30am & Sat 12.30-1pm 16.5m x 42.2m approx. John Cokalis 0411 184 124 Bruce Severns 0413 744 998 9817 4535 / 150 Cotham Road


BALWYN 45 Nungerner Street

ELEGANTLY RENOVATED Showcasing exquisite interior design by owner/ stylist "Presentation First", this solid brick 1930´s residence has been impressively renovated to provide elegant executive living in the highly sought after Balwyn High School zone. An elevated, corner position suggests possibilities for second storey addition (STCA) with extensive horizon views to the CBD. Comprises refined formal living (OFP) opening to landscaped alfresco terrace, smart granite kitchen, adjoining dining and informal living extending to outdoor entertaining, private surrounds. 3 bedrooms include lavish marble & solid oak master suite, WIR & parents retreat/2nd bathroom. Ducted heating, decorative ceilings, parking x2.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 29th May at 12pm $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat 12-12.45pm 480 sqm (approx) Michael Clark 0412 280 451 Mark Rathgeber 0419 334 334 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

BALWYN 437 Whitehorse Road

PRIME CENTRAL RETAIL INVESTMENT Outstanding high profile retail premises within the main Balwyn retail precinct. Long Lease 5 x 5 x 5, Current Rental $54,590 + GST per annum plus all outgoings (except Land Tax). Reviews: Annual fixed at 3% and reviewed to market at option. High Profile Tenant: Subway restaurant. Land Area 250 sqm (2700 sqft) approx. Building Area: 168 sqm including storeroom. All brick structure in excellent order and wide ROW at rear and ample off street parking.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

Fri 21st May at 2pm $1,300,000 - $1,350,000 Strictly by appointment only Brett Philipp 0425 756 789 Michael Nolan 0418 546 118 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road


BALWYN 1/4 Winmalee Road

SEPARATE SINGLE LEVEL FRONT VILLA An effortless blend of fine craftsmanship and superior fittings accompany the superb living environment of this as new single level residence by Waraglen Developments. Surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens, this attractive home offers stylish open-plan interiors including inviting living (gas OFP) and dining spaces, granite/emporite kitchen (Bosch/ smeg appliances) and 3 bedrooms, main with ensuite/WIRs. A sun-drenched courtyard with automated awning creates the ideal al fresco dining space. Also features powder room, main bathroom, fitted laundry, ducted heating/cooling, ducted vacuum, security, intercom, BOSE surround sound, automated watering system, double garage.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 22nd May at 11am $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 Thur 11-11.30am/Sat from 10.30am Mary George 0407 861 400 Mark Rathgeber 0419 334 334 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

BALWYN 10 Yonga Road

CONVENIENT CONTEMPORARY LIVING Set back from its sought after parkside environs, inspired design has created a contemporary family home of effortless style and entertaining versatility within walking distance to the Balwyn shopping precinct and 109 tram. Enhanced by a tranquil garden backdrop, formal living (OFP) and dining flow to generous modern kitchen (WIP) with adjoining family dining. Family living (gas Jetmaster OFP) enjoys soaring vaulted ceiling and opens to inviting alfresco entertaining and established garden. 3 bedrooms (BIRs) include an upstairs master retreat (ensuite) with mezzanine study/ sitting. Spa bathroom, large laundry, remote double garage via Hertford Crescent. Zoned for Balwyn High and within easy reach of leading private schools

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 22nd May at 12pm $1,200,000 - $1,300,000 Thur 11.45am-12.15pm Sat from 11.30am James Bateman 0438 110 744 Michael Nolan 0418 546 118 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road


BALWYN NORTH 35 Hatfield Street

SINGLE LEVEL LUXURY Masterfully built and impeccably presented, the spacious free flowing floorplan of this contemporary family residence has been cleverly designed with a north facing focus for light filled lifestyle living. Close to Balwyn High School, Macleay Park, tram and supermarket. Comprises substantial formal living (OFP), formal dining, study (4th bedroom), open plan informal living/ dining with impressive, comprehensively appointed kitchen opening to inviting alfresco entertaining deck and established leafy garden. 3 bedrooms (BIRs) include gracious master with sitting/ WIR/ ensuite, family bathroom. Storage room, parquetry floors, ducted heating/ cooling, lock up shed, remote double garage, OSP.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 29th May at 12pm $1,200,000 - $1,300,000 Thur 1-1.30pm Sat 11.15am-12 noon Mark Read 0402 215 841 James Scoones 0413 872 558 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

BURWOOD 10 Acacia Place

SUBLIME ASPECTS, INSIDE AND OUT! Precisely landscaped intimate gardens, the leafy expanses of Wattle Park Golf Course and the spectacular CBD skyline ensure fabulous visual elements accompany this elegant, elevated contemporary residence. Central living and dining areas lead to light-filled everyday living/dining dimensions featuring integrated home theatre cabling. A gleaming granite kitchen enjoys aspects over a paved pergola beyond which the botanic beauty of the golf course beckons! Three upstairs bedrooms, two with balconies including opulent main suite, surround a fully-tiled family bathroom. Cellar storage, hydronic heating, evaporative cooling and internal access to over size double garage. Love it!

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT

Sat 29th May at 1pm Price On Application Thur 2-2.30pm & Sat 1-1.45pm 550 sqm (approx) Andrew De Angelis 0402 039 342 Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road


CAMBERWELL 12 Outlook Drive

A HIGHLY POLISHED PERFORMANCE Classical period timber trims, gleaming floorboards and superb jarrah kitchen surfaces reflect the rich tones of this immediately inviting residence within easy reach of Toorak Road shops and trams to PLC. Refined formal lounge and light-filled living/dining areas are served by the open-plan jarrah kitchen featuring island bench and user-friendly design. Two large bedrooms and study/third bedroom sharing a semi en suite bathroom and fully tiled second bathroom provide appealing accommodation. Alluring, elevated entertaining deck with bistro blinds overlooks an established garden backdrop. GDH, A/C & ducted vacuum. Double car-port plus side-drive to original garage/workshop. Ideal!

AUCTION ESR INSPECT

This Sat at 2pm Price On Application Thur 11-11.30am & Sat From 1.30pm LAND 650 sqm (approx) CONTACT Sue Wooldridge 0413 476 674 David Gillham 0411 518 672 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

CAMBERWELL 18 Sefton Place

AAA RATED The very best quality town home surrounded by some of Melbourne´s most exclusive residential property with immediate access to the city and exclusive shopping at Camberwell Junction. This individual 30 square (19sq on ground floor) home with its own street frontage and separate address offers 4 bedroom accommodation including dual living areas and master downstairs. Private gardens encompass this Architectural prize featuring classis oak floors, Miele kitchen, central air conditioning and heating, ducted vacuum, alarm, 3 car garage, alfresco, high ceilings and much more.

FOR SALE INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

$1,895,000 Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat 2-2.30pm John Bradbury 0413 772 778 Mark Rathgeber 0419 334 334 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road


GLEN IRIS 9 Bellavista Road

DEFINE THE FUTURE YOUR WAY! The elevated allotment of impressive proportions that surrounds this three bedroom Californian complements its evident scope for significant family success. Positioned in the Glen Iris Heights Estate, a tightly held location noted for its single dwelling covenant, the inherent aesthetic appeal of this home is matched by renovation options or new home site possibilities. North westerly rear aspects & the prospects of city views accompany today´s charming sitting room, central living/dining & slate kitchen. Sun-room retreat, serviceable bathroom, attic loft & ducted heating add further appeal surrounded by great garden expanses close to Glen Iris Primary School, Ashburton station & High St shopping.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT GLEN IRIS

Sat 5th June at 1pm $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 Thur & Sat 2-2.30pm 15.85m x 42.67m (52’ x 140’) Julie Kingshott 0413 569 643 Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 9885 3333 / 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Rd)

GLEN IRIS 67 Rowen Street

LUXURY LIFESTYLE Just 8 years young, this 2 storey residence offers exceptional space with an emphasis on indoor/outdoor living. Comprising: timber floor entry, formal living & separate dining, powder room, study, grand staircase, gourmet Granite 5 star kitchen, meals & family room opening to paved outdoor entertainment areas with huge solar heated pool. 1st Floor: main bedroom suite (own bathroom, WIR & Juliette balcony capturing City views), 3 additional bedrooms, informal living/home theatre, central bathroom & sep WC. Features: ducted heating, zoned cooling, double garage with internal access & fully landscaped garden surrounds.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT BALWYN

Sat 29th May at 1pm Price On Application Thur 12-12.30pm/Sat 12.30-1.15pm Mary George 0407 861 400 Michael Nolan 0418 546 118 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road


HAWTHORN EAST 35 Lingwell Road

SINGULARLY SPACIOUS Secluded yet so near the plethora of brilliant local amenities surrounding this prized historic "village" pocket, the complete renovation & extension of this Victorian C1890 integrates seamlessly to provide tantalizing and generous spaces including 3 bedrooms and a luxurious bathroom. The remarkably deep north facing rear garden judiciously enhances the accommodation & its ´lifestyle´ air of practicality and timeless design, continuing through the light-filled living room incorporating a fully appointed marble-benched kitchen, to the restful sitting room. Features include tasteful decor, quality carpeting & timber flooring, security system and just as importantly all set on a rare allotment of some 420 sqm (approx).

AUCTION ESR INSPECT LAND CONTACT

Sat 5th June at 12pm Price On Application Thur 1-1.30pm & Sat 2.30-3.15pm 420 sqm (approx) Debbie Silk 0417 105 667 David Gillham 0411 518 672 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

BALWYN 2/36 Jurang Street

BALWYN 54 Stroud Street

SUNNY GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT

PARAMOUNT POSITION - PRIME POTENTIAL

This immaculate ground floor apartment is ideally located in a small block & enjoys a superb northerly aspect. It includes 2 BRs (BIR´s) & a large light filled living & dining room with new heater & sunny balcony overlooking the garden. Feats an excellent kitchen, bathrm & car space. Its outstanding elevated position in a quiet street is just a short walk to Beckett Park, Balwyn’s shops, restaurants & the 109 tram. Zoned for Balwyn High. AUCTION Sat 29th May at 11am ESR $410,000 - $450,000 INSPECT Thur & Sat 11-11.30am CONTACT Michael Clark 0412 280 451, James Scoones 0413 872 558 BALWYN 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

"New Luxury Home Site" Land Area: 662 sqm approx with a fine elevation and potential excellent views from first floor level (STCA). Comprising: large living (gas heating), 2 large double bedrooms, central family bathroom, upgraded kitchen/meals, separate laundry, separate toilet, large lock up double garage and single carport. Just minutes walk to City Express bus, 109 tram, Whitehorse Road shops and definitely zoned for Balwyn High. AUCTION Sat 5th June at 11am ESR Price On Application INSPECT Thur 2.30-3pm & Sat 2-2.30pm CONTACT Mark Read 0402 215 841, James Scoones 0413 872 558 BALWYN 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road


BALWYN 4/207 Whitehorse Road

BALWYN 5 Yongala Street

MOVE STRAIGHT IN!

CHOICE, OPPORTUNITIES & OPTIONS

Be impressed by the size, quality & space of this recently renovated unit in Balwyn´s most central location; only a minute´s walk to the Whitehorse Rd shops & the 109 tram at your door. Particularly generous & well designed floor plan comps: entrance hall, magnificent living & dining room, new kitchen including stainless steel appliances & meals area, 2 generous BRs (BIR´S), modern family bathrm & sep lndry. Feats: outdoor entertaining area, single garage, central htng & A/C. AUCTION Sat 29th May at 11am ESR $540,000 - $580,000 INSPECT Thur 10.15-10.45am & Sat 2.15-2.45pm CONTACT James Bateman 0438 110 744, James Scoones 0413 872 558 BALWYN 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

With a huge site area of 769 sqm, this is the perfect location for your "Luxury New Town Residence". Comps: formal living (OFP), separate dining, study/workstation, 4 generous BRs (main with E/S), second family bathroom, powder room, well equipped laundry, solid timber galley kitchen with stunning meals area & grand family room (large Jetmaster OFP) all opening to a covered return verandah. Feats: polished floors, decorative ceilings, leadlight windows, dctd htng & sun filled rear garden. Zoned for Balwyn High. AUCTION Sat 5th June at 12pm ESR $1,300,000 - $1,400,000 INSPECT Thur 11-11.30am & Sat 3-3.45pm CONTACT James Bateman 0438 110 744, Michael Nolan 0418 546 118 BALWYN 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

BALWYN 18 Yongala Street

BURWOOD 4 Bentham Court

KEENLY SOUGHT, 603 SQM (15.3M X 39.46M) APPROX

MODERN ELEGANCE

Harness the potential of uninterrupted horizon views, easy access and desirable north/ south orientation when you renovate/ extend or redevelop (STCA) this comfortable 3 bedroom home quietly positioned within the coveted Balwyn High school zone. Comprises formal living and dining, family living/ dining, modern Kitchen, bathroom, laundry. Deep rear garden, remote garage, OSP. Quality family focussed neighbourhood just minutes from Balwyn Village, leading independent schools, Whitehorse Road tram. AUCTION Sat 5th June at 2pm ESR $1,050,000 - $1,150,000 INSPECT Thur 1.45-2.15pm & Sat 1-1.45pm CONTACT Mark Read 0402 215 841, James Scoones 0413 872 558 BALWYN 9830 1644 / 289 Whitehorse Road

Stylish, fresh & less than 4 years old, this generous 4 bdrm residence supplies some 30 squares of great family space. Huge living/entertaining areas lead to light-filled additional living/dining dimensions surrounded by an AEG equipped kitchen & an elegantly low maintenance garden. Upstairs, main bdrm with WIR & ensuite is matched for style & size by 3 further bdrms, all with BIRs & TV points, sharing a bright central bthrm. Gas ducted heating, refrigerated cooling, Foxtel cabling & super size double garage. AUCTION Sat 5th June at 3pm ESR $790,000 - $850,000 INSPECT Thur 6-6.30pm & Sat 1.15-1.45pm CONTACT Michael Millington 0411 300 205, Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 / 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Road)


BURWOOD 55 Parer Street

CAMBERWELL 1/17 Alma Road

POSITION AND POTENTIAL!

PRIVACY ASSURED

Superb opportunity to secure this first class location with immediate access to PLC, Toorak Road shops & trams & Deakin University. Surrounded by wonderfully landscaped gardens, the home comprises: wide entry, formal dining & living (OFP), 3 BDR’s, open plan kitchen with light filled meals/family room, laundry & bathroom. Features include: heating, A/C, carport & two storage sheds. This delightful home provides the buyer the choice to live in as is, update as required, or as an excellent development site (STCA). AUCTION Sat 5th June at 11am INSPECT Thur 11.30am-12 noon & Sat 2.15-2.45pm LAND 685 sqm (approx) CONTACT Andrew De Angelis 0402 039 342, David Gillham 0411 518 672 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

This spacious front villa, a stroll from Camberwell Junction, is presented in sound order with creature comforts including gas ducted heating & reverse cycle cooling. It includes a spacious lounge & main bedroom (BIRs & semi-en-suited bathroom & WC), 2nd bedroom, currently utilized as a dining room, roomy kitchen, laundry & courtyard with access to the auto-garage. Ideal for retirees scaling down, first home buyers moving up or canny investors who know position and potential when offered. AUCTION This Sat at 1pm ESR Price On Application INSPECT Thur 2-2.30pm & Sat From 12.30pm CONTACT Debbie Silk 0417 105 667, David Gillham 0411 518 672 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

CAMBERWELL 5/25 Thomas Street

BRIGHT SPACES IN A BOTANIC SETTING Set at the rear, one of only seven, this inviting two bedroom unit enjoys serene surroundings in which a leafy backdrop provides perfect privacy for entertaining in a charming courtyard context. Close enough to shops, bus & tram routes & parkland for convenience, far enough away for peace & quiet to be preserved. Garden aspects & filtered natural light enhance generous living/dining while the separate kitchen includes ample storage & a botanic outlook. Auto garage, under house storage & visitors parking. AUCTION Sat 5th June at 1pm ESR Price On Application INSPECT Thur 12.45-1.15pm & Sat 12.15-12.45pm CONTACT Sue Wooldridge 0413 476 674, David Gillham 0411 518 672 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road


CANTERBURY 50 Rochester Road

GLEN IRIS 14 Beryl Street

SPECTAULAR HOME, MINUTES TO MALING ROAD...

PERFECTION PROVED POSSIBLE!

This contemporary new home with large spaces where stunning interior zoning meets alfresco entertaining. Architect designed 58 squares approx. of living & dble garaging. Land approx. 1000sqm. Dazzling entrance, study, kitchen-dining-informal family room, theatre room, sitting room, huge leisure room leading onto the deck. SIX bedrooms, 2 ensuites, 2 bathrooms. Prestigious position within the Golden Mile gracing one of Canterbury´s finest tree lined streets situated only minutes to Maling Road. AUCTION Sat 5th June at 1pm ESR Price On Application INSPECT Thur 2.45-3.15pm & Sat 11-11.30am CONTACT Mariam Dib 0412 982 523, Troy Sheehan 0417 243 900 BLACKBURN 9877 1855 / 67-69 Railway Road

Instantly inviting, this 4 BDR home creates the perfect context for family success! Superb outdoor surroundings incl: Mediterranean inspired entertaining area & NW rear garden with swimming pool. Luxuriously large living & dining areas, separate study, sunny meals space open to designer deck & stylish contemporary kitchen. Fabulous main suite with fully-tiled polished porcelain bathroom separated from three additional bedrooms, two with city sky-line views, & 2nd bathroom, ducted htg, A/C & DLUG. AUCTION This Sat at 12pm INSPECT Thur 1.15-1.45pm & Sat From 11.30am LAND 723 sqm (approx) CONTACT Mark Pezzin 0403 537 105, Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

KEW 6/75 Alfred Street

MALVERN EAST 19 John Street

A FIRST CLASS ENTRY

THE PURE APPEAL OF POTENTIAL

An affordable 2 BR unit in a blue chip location in one of Kew´s finest streets close to Cotham Road at the rear of a group of 6. Move in & enjoy the benefits of such a prestigious location or lease it & watch your investment grow. Recently redecorated & improved with timb. flooring & updated kitchen. Comp: Generous lounge/dining (gas htr & A/C), 2 good bedrooms (BIR´s), bright kitch/meals (gas stove, d/ washer), bathrm/l’dry, garage with remote control door, nth facing c’yard & use of 2nd (ext) toilet/store. AUCTION Sat 22nd May at 11am ESR $500,000 - $550,000 INSPECT Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat 10.30-11am CONTACT John Cokalis 0411 184 124, Bruce Severns 0413 744 998 KEW 9817 4535 / 150 Cotham Road

An enticing two bedroom Edwardian, ideally located for easy access to Caulfield station sets up an irresistible scenario for updating & extending. Lead-light windows, polished floors & high ceilings enhance present day spaces including separate living & dining rooms, each featuring OFPs. Galley style kitchen & bathroom to the rear both remain entirely serviceable while plans are contemplated. Northerly aspects give the garden backdrop a significant natural edge & add further inspiration for the future. AUCTION Sat 29th May at 1.15pm ESR $550,000 - $590,000 INSPECT Thur & Sat 1-1.30pm CONTACT Julie Kingshott 0413 569 643, Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 / 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Road)


MALVERN EAST 8/2-4 Baker Street

SURREY HILLS 5/6 Essex Rd

UNDER INSTRUCTION FROM STATE TRUSTEES

IMMEDIATELY INVITING!

This upstairs two bedroom apartment offers first home buyers and/or investors a tempting opportunity to refresh and refurbish then enjoy the rewards associated with a quiet, convenient location between Waverley Road trams and East Malvern station. Huge living/dining with balcony and separate kitchen accompanied by casual meals space each benefit from bright north facing aspects. Allocated under cover off street parking is an added attraction to an entry level property with a significant upside. AUCTION Sat 5th June at 11am ESR $390,000 - $420,000 INSPECT Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat 11-11.30am CONTACT Tristan Cerveny 0422 075 755, Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 / 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Road)

Set at the rear, enhanced by sunny north west aspects & a decked courtyard that contributes some serious ´WOW´ factor, this single level 2 BR unit enjoys a sought after English Counties location. Faultlessly maintained spaces include generous living/dining complemented by separate updated kitchen/ meals opening to courtyard. Ducted heating throughout, A/C in living room. Beautiful floorboards, currently beneath carpets. Secure auto garage. Close to Chatham Station & Maling Road. AUCTION This Sat at 11am INSPECT Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat From 10.30am CONTACT Sue Wooldridge 0413 476 674, Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

SURREY HILLS 2/310 Mont Albert Road

SURREY HILLS 4/3 Durham Road WHY TRY TO RESIST?! One of only five amidst leafy surroundings close to Chatham Station, this impeccably presented unit makes live in or lease out a certain success. Polished floors, reverse cycle heating/cooling & additional gas heater enhance living/dining area & modern well organized kitchen of attractive style & size. Huge main bedroom, BIRs, enjoys aspects over looking an appealing garden area & complemented by spacious second bedroom, BIRs, & central bathroom that includes laundry facilities. Allocated car-port. Ideal! AUCTION INSPECT CONTACT

Sat 29th May at 11am Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat 11-11.45am Helga Fialides 0411 631 200 Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road

EXCELLENT TOWNHOUSE Innovative 2 level, 3 bedroom townhouse centrally located to all the required amenities. Comprises: entry, living, large modern kitchen/dining/family, private paved court yard, 3 bedrooms Main with wir & ensuite, family bathroom & double garage with remote. Ideal for those seeking convenient living or as an excellent investment. AUCTION INSPECT LAND CONTACT CAMBERWELL

Sat 29th May at 12pm Thur & Sat 11-11.30am 193 sqm (approx) Geoff Inglis 0418 177 794, Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 9809 2000 / 883 Toorak Road


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Saturday 29th May at 10.30am Thurs 1.30-2pm, Thurs 6-6.30pm, Sat 12.30-1pm

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classically comfortable and can be easily updated Close to Toorak station.

Elliot Gill 0411 863 603 Office

1215 High Street, Armadale 9694 5000

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12 Lorne Grove - CAMBERWELL Blending seamlessly into a picturesque heritage streetscape (one of the most highly-sought after in the area), "Arawatta"s (c1903) grand Federation character is breathtaking prelude to a magnificent home of classic proportions, supreme contemporary comfort and impressive outdoor areas where an inviting king-sized solar pool, 3/4 N/S Tennis Court and sizeable Teen Retreat with loft 5th Bedroom and ensuite offer an exceptional family setting on an allotment of 1400sqm approx. Quiet proximity to Junction restaurants, Rivoli Theatre and transport is great complement to a lovely home with Baltic floors, elaborate leadlights, highlydecorative ceilings and ample storage throughout. A traditional layout of exquisite formal and vast casual rooms then extends upward to substantial Bedrooms and 2 additional bathrooms with even the most selective Teenager content with the courtside Studio/loft Bedroom set amidst stunning garden/pool surrounds.


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Wide ornate arched hallway, 4 double Bedrooms (BIRs, 2/ensuite) Studio/Teen Retreat with Loft 5th Bedroom/WIRs/ensuite, powder room Grand Dining, huge formal Living, large Home Office/Recreation room Superb OP Euro Kitchen/Living to veranda, fountain gardens Baltic floors, leadlights, ornate ceilings/OFPs, ample storage, water tank 3rd bathroom, heating/cooling, BTB security, auto-gates/double garage

Auction Inspect Land Contact C/Agent Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 12noon Thursday 11.45am-12.15pm & Saturday 1.45-2.15pm 25m x 54.9m (84´ x 180´) approx. Campbell Ward 0402 124 939 Richard Kerr 0417 891 102 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


132 Mont Albert Road - CANTERBURY A prized Golden Mile address and corner exclusive Monomeath Avenue access enhance the significant lifestyle appeal afforded by this imposing double-storey family residence. Secluded on a 960 sq. metre allotment (approx.), this impressive 63 squares home is designed to indulge highlighting anattractive high walled front garden, private rear entertainment oasis and a luxury interior with some resort-style features. This prestigious corner position provides ideal proximity for an active family to excellent private schools, parklands, Whitehorse Road shopping, Balwyn Cinema and trams. Enjoying balcony views of the city, this remarkable residence with zoned floorplan exists to entertain featuring alfresco deck, BBQ patio and cabana/bar overlooking tiled pool and spa while inside includes large Billiardroom, fully-equipped Home Cinema with Kitchenette, Gym with spa and cedar sauna, secluded garden, raintank, auto DLUG. Please refer to www.132montalbertroad.com for further information.


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5 robed Bedrooms (downstairs main with luxury ensuite) Study, Gym with spa and sauna, ducted heating, a/c, alarm Billiardroom to balcony - city views, huge subfloor cellar Fully fitted Home Cinema with Kitchenette and dumb waiter Spacious formal Lounge and Diningrooms, Library area 3 further marble bathrooms, Smeg-equipped granite Kitchen

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 2pm Wednesday & Saturday 1-1.30pm 21.03m x 45.72m (69´ x 150´) approx. Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


111 The Righi - EAGLEMONT Fine craftsmanship and luxurious appointments come together in this magnificent home set on 2203sqm (23,718sqft) approx among formal gardens by award winning designers Harris Parnell. A true executive residence, on the rise in one of Eaglemont´s most prestigious streets, it offers a brilliant family sanctuary over two levels. Features porte cochere entry, opulent formal rooms blending seamlessly with vast informal living areas leading to relaxed al fresco entertaining overlooking swimming pool and tennis court, with views to the distant Dandenong Ranges. Five sumptuously spacious bedrooms, three bathrooms, (ensuite), powder room, study, home theatre, CaesarStone kitchen, with exquisite cabinetry and imported appliances, parquetry floors, hydronic heating, fully heated al fresco living, refrigerated air-conditioning, CCTV, 37,000 litre water tanks, 4 car garage create the ultimate family home.


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Vast informal living (Jet master fireplace), CaesarStone kitchen Five sumptuous bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (ensuite), powder room Executive study, home theatre, parquetry flooring throughout Lavish al fresco entertaining terrace (barbecue, heating) Hydronic heating, refrigerated air conditioning, CCTV, security Solar/gas heated swimming pool, tennis court, views, water tanks Four car garage (internal entry), prime Eaglemont position

Expressions of Interest Close 31st May at 5pm Inspect Wed 5-6pm & Sat 4-5pm Stictly By Appointment Contact Nick Smith 0425 755 238 David Oster 0418 800 120 Anthony Lapadula 0401 655 005 Office 75 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe. Tel 9490 2900 Visit jelliscraig.com.au


8 Lurnea Road - GLEN IRIS Live and entertain in benchmark quality, contemporary surroundings! This beautifully elegant family residence, presents a lifestyle environment of luxuriously finished, substantial proportions enhanced by second storey horizon views and seamless indoor/ outdoor entertaining featuring resort style, solar heated pool. Impressive architectural design elements such as Daniel Robertson bricks, Blackbutt floors, high ceilings and abundant built in storage complement a designer, landscaped garden serviced by 26,000 ltr water storage and fully automated watering system. A sought after position renowned for its enduring family appeal provides convenience to a comprehensive range of amenities including Gardiners Creek parkland, quality local and independent schools, Ashburton Village shops/ cafes, Monash Freeway, buses and Glen Iris Station.


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Open plan Living/Dining domain (feature gas OFP), full Miele, stone entertainer's Kitchen Cinema Room, Study, upstairs Children´s Retreat with dual Workstation, 2 powder rooms Palatial Master Bedroom Suite features Sitting, marble spa ensuite with double vanity, WIR 3 further Bedrooms (BIRs), 2 zoned with family bathroom, Guest Suite with ensuite Alfresco entertaining, lawn garden, salt water pool (in floor cleaning, water feature) Ducted heating/air conditioning/ vaccum, remote double garage with storage, secure OSP

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 11.00am Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 12-12.45pm 18.3m x 42.7m (60' x 140' or 8,400 sq ft) approx. Mark Lawson 0414 777 887 Sam Macaluso 0416 028 835 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


50 Hawthorn Grove - HAWTHORN "Ben-Nevis" c. 1890 In arguably Hawthorn´s most prestigious avenue, beautifully lined with magnificent heritage homes, this refined Victorian family residence has been extensively renovated to provide superior contemporary lifestyle quality whilst preserving the elegance of substantial traditional proportions. Bluestone foundations and a handsome façade of distinctive Hawthorn bricks add strength of character to marble OFPs, high decorative ceilings, bay windows and modern finishes. A delicate iron laceworked verandah with superb stained glass entry introduces Formal Sitting and Dining. 4 spacious Bedrooms, the Master with WIR/ ensuite follow a central arched hall with impressive lantern skylight to open plan Family Living/ Dining spaces incorporating separate Study and smart ILVE appointed Kitchen. French doors flow to an alfresco terrace and private, easily managed landscaped garden for both family and entertaining pleasure.


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Gracious Formal Sitting with bay window/ OFP, Formal Dining with leadlight window/ OFP Spacious Master Bedroom features rich period style, ensuite and fitted WIR 3 additional Bedrooms, 2 offering OFPs, attractive built in desks, shelving and robes Study, open plan Family Living/ Dining with OFP incorporates ILVE/ granite Kitchen Family bathroom, powder room, fitted laundry/ storage, hydronic heating, air conditioning Alfresco entertaining, lawn garden, remote double carport/ comprehensive storage (ROW)

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 1pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1-1.45pm 14.1m x 55.7m (46' x 183') approx. Paul Keane 0419 330 571 Laleh Mohmedi 0424 427 317 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


1199 Burke Road - KEW One of only 2 "Gentleman´s Residences" in the prized Sackville Ward, this outstanding family entertainer (c1918) merges handsome heritage grandeur and luxurious contemporary comfort for an exceptional family lifestyle. Secluded behind deep sculptured gardens and sweeping circular drive on a picturesque garden allotment featuring flood-lit N/S mod-grass tennis court, this stunning home offers beautiful formal rooms and exquisite OP family zone opening to court-side Gazebo and lovely garden surrounds ideal for entertaining. This is a superb home of classically proportioned rooms (even the Bedrooms are huge) where soaring ceilings are either battened or timber-beamed, OFPs are beautifully ornate, breathtaking original leadlights have been painstakingly replicated in the contemporary addition and the home culminates in a glorious tessellate veranda perfect for relaxing post-match drinks.


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Wide Entrance, Majestic Billiardroom, grand Dining, Box Bay windows 4 huge ensuite Bedrooms, Executive Study, powder room 1st class Corian Kitchen (double ovens) and OP Living areas Courtside Gazebo amidst luxuriant garden setting 2 gas log fires, 2 OFPs, U/G cellar (pump), heating/cooling, awnings Auto-gates/double garage, garage/workshop, OSP

Auction Inspect Land Contact C/Agent Office Visit

Saturday 22nd May at 3pm Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 2.30pm 2,187 sq. metres (23,520 sq. ft) Peter Batrouney 0419 005 236 Campbell Ward 0402 124 939 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


2/30 Barnsbury Road - BALWYN A premier position in an immaculate group offers the extraordinary privilege of expansive garden frontage and lovely terraces for stylish entertaining not usually associated with low-maintenance living. Positioned in Blue-chip pocket near tram, cafes and Anniversary Trail, this elegant home features generous sun-filled single-level design with refined Living, Dining, quality Stone Kitchen and atriumstyle Sunroom amidst glorious al fresco setting. Includes: 3 Bedrooms (main/fitted WIRs/ensuite), spabathroom (Euro laundry), heating/cooling, large remote garage. Own private entrance and high walled garden.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 11am Thursday 6-6.30pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 Seamus O’Brien 0414 477 488 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


5 Parkside Avenue - BALWYN An exclusive opportunity in the highly-regarded Reid Estate to secure a remarkable property opposite Deepdene Park, this 4 Bedroom tuckpointed red brick residence c1925 stands elevated on one of a select number of substantial allotments that directly overlook one of Boroondara´s best parks. Strong bones, superb siting and unsurpassed space in elite environs enhance the exceptional appeal of this unrenovated gem delivering unique potential to create a state-of-the-art classic for a family lifestyle of excellence. Stroll to a range of private schools and trams.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 2pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm 19.5m x 57m (64´ x 187´) approx. Peter Smith 0417 303 870 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


58-60 Yerrin Street - BALWYN A spectacular opportunity in prime Balwyn High School zone close to Balwyn Village. 2 homes on 2 Titles offered as 1 (totaling 3072 sq mts) convey a myriad of options for owner-occupiers/investors/ developers. Relax in the exclusive luxury of a stunning 4 Bedroom/3 bathroom home with soaring horizon views and set amidst park-like gardens with N/S Tennis court and Badminton court/decked pool whilst the elegant 3 Bedroom home next door earns you an income; all whilst pondering a landmark multi-unit development utilizing both blocks down the track (STCA).

Expressions of Interest Closing 25th May at 5pm Inspect Strictly By Appointment Land 3,072 sq. metres approx. Contact William Chen 0438 383 336 Jin Shang 0412 530 178 Office 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 Visit jelliscraig.com.au


71 Broadway - CAMBERWELL Standing proudly in one of Boroondara´s finest tree-lined streets, ´Wongrabel´ c1901 is a gracious Federation residence in the Queen Anne style on an established garden allotment with ROW access. A magnificent address in the Russell Estate is complemented by prized proximity to premier schools, park, trains and shops. Enjoyed by the one family for almost 45 years, take advantage of a remarkably rare opportunity and secure this imposing 5 Bedroom residence inviting fresh ideas to renovate for a future of refined modern family living.

Auction Inspect Land Contact C/Agent Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 3pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm 24.3m x 60.9m (80´ x 200´) approx. Steve Burke 0448 331 653 Maree Keel 0438 828 582 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


24 Kingsley Street - CAMBERWELL A tree-lined cul-de-sac walking distance to Camberwell Junction cafes, cinemas, transport, bike path and premium schools, is a prestigious setting for this gorgeous home. "Newry"s magnificent façade is in perfect harmony with its beautifully restored interior stunning leadlights, Baltic floors, high ceilings, and light-filled rooms.offering formal Living, 3 large Bedrooms (main/BIRs), 4th Bedroom/Study, stunning Euro/Stone Kitchen/OP Living to generous NW garden, Bungalow/Home-Office (Kitchenette/ ensuite). 3 OFPs, hydronic heating, security, auto-gates/double garage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 3.30pm Wednesday 11-11.30am & Saturday 4-4.30pm 15.2m x 51.8m (50’ x 170’) approx. Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


21 Trafalgar Road - CAMBERWELL With the finest Victorian traditions of grand proportion and exquisite character, this stately home (c 1889) has been renovated, yet offers excellent scope to further renovate and modernise throughout. Set behind significant garden frontage and broad return verandah, this home comprises 4 Bedrooms (main/WIR/Ensuite) elegant formal rooms, Library, Study, granite Kitchen overlooking family-sized pool/ garden setting. Brilliantly located in this highly convenient position, walking distance to Camberwell Junction, public transport, schools and parkland.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 11.00am Thursday & Saturday 11-11.30am 21.9m x 45.7m (71’ x 150’) approx. Richard Spratt 0412 493 189 Daniel Bradd 0411 347 511 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


10 Westbourne Grove - CAMBERWELL Capturing a sweeping North Easterly horizon panorama, this auspicious Art Deco ´Ocean Liner´ Maisonette is high on iconic character and low on maintenance. Built by the renowned brick-making Holzer family, this unique home has been restored with Tasmanian Oak finishes and authentic Deco light-fittings adorning 2 sunny levels featuring Living to sky-high terrace, fireside Dining, 3 Bedrooms, Study/4th Bedroom, Kitchen, Sunroom open to tiered garden setting surrounded by stunning bloom of camellias and gardenias, 2 bathrooms, SLUG.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 1pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 2.30-3pm 335 sq. metres (3,606sq. ft) approx. Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


19 Margaret Street - CANTERBURY ´Drumguiney´ c1890 is a magnificent Victorian imbued with grace, warmth and sophistication for an outstanding family lifestyle near Maling Road and private schools. Beautifully renovated exuding classical elegance, a 2-level rear with children´s wing enhances family appeal on a glorious 1,045 sq. metre allotment (approx.). Boasts 5 Bedrooms (main - ensuite), Sittingroom, grand Diningroom, wonderful Familyroom to northern entertaining terrace, granite Kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, 2 bathrooms, Rumpus, OFPs, ducted heating, alarm, double carport.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 22nd May at 1.30pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 1pm 22.8m x 46m (75´ x 150´) approx. Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


19 Wentworth Avenue - CANTERBURY Retaining the charming hallmarks of its elegant 1920´s origins, "Llandovery" also boasts a sun-filled extension and prominent position adjoining the Golden Mile in its impressive list of attributes. Ornate ceilings crown generous formal rooms and lead to honey-timber/granite Kitchen and vast OP areas with north aspect to established garden surrounds. With 3 double Bedrooms (BIRs), Study/4th Bedroom, formal Living, large Dining, 2 bathrooms, retractable attic, 4 OFP´s, heating, OSP and scope to up-style/ add 2nd storey in prime position near quality schools.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 11am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm 15.3m x 42.4m (50’ x 140’) approx. Peter Smith 0417 303 870 Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


153 Gipps Street - EAST MELBOURNE An extraordinary entry-level opening in a blue ribbon suburb not known for its affordable opportunities, this unique Victorian is an original 1880s villa presented in completely comfortable order while offering exciting prospects for future improvement. Stroll to the Fitzroy Gardens, MCG, hospitals, trams and the CBD with absolute ease from this appealing 2 Bedroom home enviably located in what is widely regarded as Melbourne´s most exclusive residential enclave. Retaining its heritage character, restore to its former glory and reap the rewards.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 10.30am Thursday 6-6.30pm & Saturday 10-10.30am Irreg 138 sq. metres (1,485 sq. ft) approx. Steve Burke 0448 331 653 Maree Keel 0438 828 582 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


47 Alfred Road - GLEN IRIS The essence of family lifestyle excellence retaining rich heritage appeal, ´Roselea´ c1890 is a beautifully presented Victorian that´s tastefully renovated and faithfully extended in the Hartwell Primary zone. Original character and high quality enhancement stylishly combine throughout a light-filled interior flowing to wonderful garden near PLC, Deakin Uni, shops, trains, trams and parks. Offers 4 Bedrooms (or 3 with BIRs and playroom) - main ensuite, Sittingroom, OFPs, Family Living/Dining, bath/powder rooms, Euro Kitchen, a/c, BBQ area, carport.

Auction Estimate Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 22nd May at 12noon $1.5m - $1.6m Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 11.30am 15.8m x 46.8m (52’ x 154’) approx. Nick Elmore 0438 599 938 Tom Aylward 0408 548 551 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


16 Wills Street - GLEN IRIS Developers/ investors, seize this extraordinary opportunity! This substantial Art Deco building, currently configured as one residence with lower ground level apartments has been partially renovated to accommodate either 4 fabulously chic apartments or 2 duplex style town residences. Complete this vision, adapt to one residence or redevelop this exceptional site (STCA) close to zone 1 transport, Gardiners Creek parkland, leading independent schools and Monash Freeway. Features multiple balconies, x2 elevated entertaining decks, multiple OFPs and (6-8 potential) ROW access.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 12noon Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 12-12.45pm Irreg 817 sq. metres (8,794 sq. ft) approx Kevin O’Brien 0447 008 000 Steven Abbott 0407 324 240 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


56 Anderson Road - HAWTHORN EAST The epitome of luxury family living with an exceptional emphasis on private indoor/outdoor enjoyment, this substantial contemporary residence stands on the rise with an imposing profile revealing a 5-Star resort-style property designed for entertaining. Superb rear views, N/S floodlit tennis court and Roman bath-like indoor pool/spa create an indulging backdrop to this striking 5 Bedroom, 4 bathroom family residence set amidst excellent landscaped gardens. Idyllic location, close to the Monash Fwy, CityLink, Anderson Park, Tooronga Village, all public transport, Bialik College and other prestigious schools.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 22nd May at 2pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 1.30pm 18.3m x 61m (60’ x 200’) approx. Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


39 Campbell Road - HAWTHORN EAST A highly-regarded locale offering exceptional convenience to all facilites. Established charming Edwardian style home revealing consummate family comfort. Generous original spaces arriving at a light-filled family area overlooking the deck and private north-facing garden. Includes 4 robed Bedrooms or 3 and Study, Livingroom (OFP), Diningroom, 2 bathrooms, Family/Meals, Galley Kitchen, ducted heating, OFPs, alarm and OSP x 2. Near Camberwell Junction, schools, parks and trams.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 22nd May at 11am Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday from 10.30am 16.7m x 43.28 m (55´ x 142) approx. Peter Smith 0417 303 870 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


10 Cole Street - HAWTHORN EAST Reflecting an elegant European-style grandeur to complement its prime leafy location near quality schools, Junction and Anderson Park, this wonderful home features 1st class finishes, ample accommodation and superb salt/solar pool/garden oasis catering perfectly to luxurious family living/ entertaining. Includes: 5 double Bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIRs/spa-ensuite), 6th Bedroom/Study, exquisite formal Living/Dining, sun-filled OP areas, Stone/Miele Kitchen, Teen Living, 2 family bathrooms, powder room, heating/cooling/security, ample storage, auto-gates/double remote garage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 12noon Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm 15m x 41m (50’ x 138’) approx. Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


89 Victoria Road - HAWTHORN EAST Behind elegant period exterior aesthetics, this bright 3 bedroom home strikes a beautiful balance between classical proportions and light-filled modern spaces. Superb c2009 en suite and family bathroom complement generous bedrooms beneath high ceilings. Northern light and aspects over sunny decking and landscaped gardens enhance generous living, dining and study zones served by an open-plan kitchen with Bosch appliances. Hydronic heating. Rear car-port completes this ´must have´ home in a sought after quarter between Auburn village and Camberwell Junction.

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Saturday 5th June at 3.30pm Wednesday 1 - 1.30pm & Saturday 3 - 3.30pm 524sqm (approx) Clayton Smith 0418 877 445 Hayden Reed 0412 321 025 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


88 Elgin Street - HAWTHORN Timelessly appealing terrace aesthetics and beautiful Italian terrazzo tiles create an ideal introduction to this inviting 2 Bedroom home´s welcoming spaces. Intimate, impeccably presented Sitting room or Study leads to central Living and modern Kitchen/Dining. To the rear, Sun-room retreat makes the most of north-westerly aspects and opens to an elegantly low-maintenance courtyard. 2 upstairs Bedrooms share a bright, stylishly updated bathroom. A city edge residence So close to cafes, restaurants, shops and transport that to walk is quicker than the car!

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 2pm Wednesday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 11-11.30am Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


10 Elgin Street - HAWTHORN This captivating Edwardian home with its country-homestead ambience offers a depth of character rarely seen in this prime pocket. On 561 sq. metres incorporating 2 Artist´s Studios (or Teen Retreats) amidst picturesque cottage-garden with 2/3 car remote OSP via ROW, this unique property is an extraordinary inner-urban treasure near schools, Glenferrie shops, Yarra and transport. Features Baltic floors, 4 Bedrooms, lovely fireside Living, Country-style Kitchen/Living areas to secluded deck, 2 bathrooms, 3 OFPs, hydronic heating, cooling, security.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 2pm Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 4-4.30pm Irreg 561 sq. metres (6,037 sq. ft) approx. Maurice Di Marzio 0419 182 276 Lewien Gallus 0418 343 908 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


40 Kinkora Road - HAWTHORN Blessed with a huge backyard & enormous potential in the prestigious Grace Park Estate, this tightlyheld solid brick residence represents an increasingly rare family lifestyle opportunity that is favourably sited on a 955 sq.m allotment (approx). Enviably positioned placing a discerning family near private schools, Glenferrie shopping, transport & parks; this outstanding property is offered for the first time in almost 50 years. Immediately inviting with 4 Bedrooms, excellent proportions & modern enhancement while offering scope to renovate/extend. Please refer to www.40kinkoraroadhawthorn.com for further information.

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Saturday 29th May at 1pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 4-4.30pm 18.1m x 52.7m (59’ x 173’) approx. Greg Toogood 0418 385 440 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


3 Marian Street - HAWTHORN Highlighting a love for living and entertaining across the seasons, this beautiful Tuscan-inspired modern residence is superbly designed for a carefree contemporary family lifestyle of exceptional quality. An excellent executive family opportunity close to private schools, trams, shops and parks; this stunning home includes 4 Bedrooms (or 3 and Study, BIRs, main ensuite), hydronic heating, a/c, alarm, vacuum, Lounge, Dining, Livingroom, marble OFPs, Smeg-equipped marble Kitchen, bath/powder rooms, video intercom, alfresco entertaining, heated pool/spa, auto DLUG.

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Saturday 29th May at 1pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & 4.45-5.15pm, Saturday 12-12.30pm 15.2m x 36.6m (50’ x 120’) approx. Maurice Di Marzio 0419 182 276 Lewien Gallus 0418 343 908 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


rt Ba ck St s o Re n to se S rv m e a 48 Melville Street - HAWTHORN Enviably located in a private corner position directly backing onto tranquil Smart Street Reserve, an attractive Victorian façade conceals a brilliantly renovated home of deceptively desirable dimensions. A rare opportunity in a highly sought after location near cafés, shops, private schools, childcare and transport. Offers huge Living/Dining, Blanco granite Kitchen, 2 bathrooms, heating/cooling, powder room, entertaining deck, auto double carport, direct access to Smart St Reserve.

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Saturday 22nd May at 11am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 10.30am 9.3m x 36.9m (30’ x 121’) approx. Maurice Di Marzio 0419 182 276 Lewien Gallus 0418 343 908 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


2A Daniell Place - KEW Standing impressively in the prestigious Sackville Ward amidst the finest private schools, this elegant townhouse highlights ample accommodation coupled with sun-filled well-zoned Living areas for an enviable lifestyle handy to transport, Junction and Auburn Village. The peace of mind of video-security gated Intercom and internally accessed double remote garage precedes easy-flowing formal and stylish informal areas amidst sizeable garden setting. With parquetry floors, Blanco/granite Kitchen, 5 fitted Bedrooms (main/WIRs/spa-ensuite), 2nd bathroom, powder room.

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Saturday 5th June at 10.30am Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 11-11.30am 464 sq. metres (4,994 sq. ft) approx. Robert Ding 0418 858 393 Katherine Ding 0408 858 940 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


39 Eglinton Street - KEW With lace-trimmed veranda, ceiling roses, Cypress pine floorboards and 3 open fireplaces, this doublefronted all-white Victorian home veranda is the stuff of picture books. Offering central hall, three robed bedrooms, spa bathroom, living room (OFP), dining, kitchen (brand-new stainless-steel appliances), family room. Doors to north-facing veranda and landscaped garden for alfresco living. With laundry (second toilet), hydronic heating, cooling, security, shared driveway to double carport. Minutes to Kew Junction shops, Kew Primary School, and freeway.

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Saturday 29th May at 11am Thursday 2.15-2.45pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm 446sqm (4,800sqft) approx Liz Walker 0412 659 140 David Oster 0418 800 120 75 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe. Tel 9490 2900 jelliscraig.com.au


2a McEvoy Street - KEW A premier Studley Park position only metres to parkland, Yarra River trails and Burke Hall provides a magnificent setting for this exceptional residence on a substantial 919 sq. metre allotment (approx.) with views and ROW. Perfectly preserved original character extends throughout affording scope to further improve/extend while also offering potential to rebuild or redevelop (STCA). Features 3/4 Bedrooms (all with BIR´s, 4th or teen retreat), 2 bathrooms, sun-filled Lounge (OFP) and Dining, Familyroom, original Kitchen, ample storage, auto DLUG, water wise garden.

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Saturday 22nd May at 12noon Wednesday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 11.30am Irreg 919 sq. metres (9,888 sq. ft) approx. Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


90 Walpole Street - KEW Highlighting all the reasons for our enduring love-affair with the grand period home, this exquisite Victorian on 1,135 sq. metres approx. is a treasure trove of ornate character and romantic aesthetics amidst charming gardens. Beautifully positioned on the corner of Eglinton Street (no heritage overlay) near tram, bus, Junction, Yarra and Studley Park, this glorious home features Kauri floors, French lightfittings and opulent furnishings through grand Living, refined Dining, stately Library, 3 charming Bedrooms and Country-style marble Kitchen/Meals to picturesque veranda and sizeable gardens. Heating, 5 OFPs, carport.

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Saturday 5th June at 11.00am Wednesday & Saturday 12-12.30pm 24.4m x 46.6m (80’ x 153’) approx. Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


36 Williamson Road - MONT ALBERT NORTH The relaxed, sun-drenched design of this captivating home creates an ideal setting for families who love to entertain. Elevated with north views to Shoppingtown, it offers 4 Bedrooms plus spacious Home Office/Teen-Retreat (external access), modern Kitchen and easy-flowing Living and Dining areas to both large viewing terrace and rear all-weather deck amidst night-lit Mediterranean-style garden. 2 bathrooms, heating/cooling, water tanks, irrigation double remote garage/storage and quiet location handy to Village shops, transport, freeway and Box Hill Central.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 10am Thursday & Saturday 12-12.30pm 15.92m x 41.31m (52’ x 136’) approx. Peter Dixon 0403 062 220 Trish Dixon 0411 555 650 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


198 The Avenue - PARKVILLE Boasting an iconic Royal Park view that has hardly changed in over a century, this stately Manor House c1891 feels more like a graceful country retreat than an historically significant residence minutes to the CBD. A rare opportunity to walk to Melbourne University, hospitals, shops, cafĂŠs and trams; this sensitively restored semi-detached residence blends grandeur and grace accessing onsite gym/sauna. Offers 3 bedrooms, ensuite, magnificent living and dining, marble OFPs, Blackwood kitchen/meals, bath & powder rooms, courtyard, gorgeous garden, basement car space.

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Saturday 5th June at 11am $1.3M - $1.5M By Appointment Nicholas Corby 0418 512 978 Craig Shearn 0418 596 388 324 Queens Parade, Clifton Hill. Tel 9481 6800 jelliscraig.com.au


7 Almond Street - BALWYN NORTH Never before offered for sale and possibly the areas earliest, this solid 1920s home occupies a sizeable allotment elevated in the wonderful Balwyn High School zone providing perfect inspiration for renovation/redevelopment. Glimpses of the ranges are already enjoyed from the largely original 8 room/3 Bedroom home so restoration or plans for deluxe new home should be well-rewarded with sweeping mountain panorama. Bring your dream home to life near Greythorn Village restaurants, freeway, Doncaster Rd tram, Shoppingtown and excellent schools (STCA).

13 Ardgour Street - BALWYN NORTH Balwyn High School zoning complements this impressively presented family home. Precisely landscaped gardens surround inviting spaces including elegant Sitting-room, separate Living with Jetmaster OFP, bright Dining opening to deck and central Kitchen. Floor-plan flexibility offers 4 bedrooms or 3 plus Study, served by 2 bathrooms including luxurious en suite. Ducted heating, evaporative cooling. Garage. Take further advantage of this prime position, large allotment, north-facing rear aspect and views to Dandenong Ranges if so desired, STCA.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 12.30pm Thursday 11.45am-12.15pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm 22.2m x 40.45m/41.45m (73’ x 133’/136’) approx Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 Patrick Dennis 0409 321 159 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 22nd May at 3pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 2.30pm Irreg 786 sq. metres (8,460 sq. ft) approx. Jenny Gillies 0419 008 512 Richard James 0408 751 189 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


17 Osburn Avenue - BALWYN NORTH A stylishly renovated, distinctively Art Deco residence of tremendous warmth, character and considerable contemporary space only metres from keenly sought after Balwyn High School, Macleay Park and Doncaster Road transport. Features Formal Living and Dining (OFPs), 5 robed Bedrooms (4 plus Study), large CaesarStone/ smeg entertainer´s Kitchen flowing to Informal Living/ Dining, alfresco entertaining and established rear garden. Separate Teen Retreat, 2 principle bathrooms, laundry (WC). Timber floors, lock up shed/ storage, gated carport, ample OSP.

4/55 Yerrin Street - BALWYN The epitome of superior quality contemporary living, this thoroughly private and secure, rear of 4 town residence offers gracious, open plan interiors enhanced by abundant natural light, impeccable finishes and sought after Balwyn High School zoning. Formal Living/ Dining precedes, open plan Living/ Dining with Bosch/ granite Kitchen, 3 upstairs Bedrooms (BIRs), the Main with ensuite and 2 others with CBD skyline views. Family bathroom, powder room, video intercom entry, northwest facing garden courtyard. Remote double garage (internal access).

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 12noon Wednesday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 12.15-12.45pm 15.2m x 57m (50´ x 186´) approx. Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 Greg Toogood 0418 385 440 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 5th June at 11.30am Thursday & Saturday 1-1.30pm William Chen 0438 383 336 Richard James 0408 751 189 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


26 Alma Road - CAMBERWELL In a prestigious, family focussed position, a magnificent opportunity to renovate/ extend or redevelop (STCA) this substantial post Edwardian residence in comfortable order throughout and with highly desirable north facing rear just minutes from Camberwell Junction. Leadlight detail and abundant natural light enhance a formerly renovated floorplan of generous proportions. Formal Lounge/ Reception (OFP), Formal Dining, 3 Bedrooms, Main with large bay window. Modern Kitchen overlooks Family Living/ Meals, established garden. Roller garage, carport, ample OSP.

2/74 Glyndon Road - CAMBERWELL Take a fresh approach to easy-care living in a pocket renowned for its lush environs and easy access to trains, trams, schools and cafes. Facing north for ample sunlight, this beautifully renovated unit features Tasmanian Oak floors, Plantation Shutters and stylish décor for a relaxed, quality lifestyle. Includes: spacious Entrance, easy-flowing Living, Dining and striking Miele Kitchen, 2 double Bedrooms (BIRs), 3rd Bedroom/Study, superb bathroom (separate WC) and lushly lawned, wrap-around courtyard, heating/cooling, double remote garage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 1pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 11.30am-12noon 14m x 45.7m (46’ x 150’) approx. Tim Picken 0419 305 802 Monica Rezk 0413 596 342 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 29th May at 11am Thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday 11-11.30am Patrick Dennis 0409 321 159 Diana Healy 0418 341 433 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


106 Warrigal Road - CAMBERWELL

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Saturday 29th May at 11am Thursday 3-3.30pm & Saturday 11-11.30am Irreg 939 sq. metres (10,107 sq. ft) approx. Greg Toogood 0418 385 440 Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

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Supremely situated directly opposite expansive Wattle Park, opportunities of this calibre seldom come around so be the one to seize the moment and turn a big block with enormous potential into a hugely successful residential project. This elevated and secluded 939 sq. metre allotment (approx.) with comfortable 4 Bedroom 1930s house invites multi-unit development, new home or renovation (STCA). Conveniently located near shops, trams and schools. Offering entrance foyer, gas heating, Loungeroom, Living/Meals area and 2 bathrooms. Walk to Riversdale Road tram.

11 Avenue Athol - CANTERBURY Keeping a stylish low-profile in an exceptional Golden Mile Avenue, this lovely modern home offers space, independence and leafy outlooks for a brilliant alternative to the family home or perfect for professional couples or young families. Ideally positioned for an active lifestyle near Anniversary Trail, transport, shops and schools, this peaceful home features 3 Bedrooms (2/BIRs), stylish bathroom, sunny OP Living (sleek Bosch Kitchen) with deck and room for recreation or relaxing amidst lush garden setting. Includes: heating, air-conditioner, OSP.

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Saturday 5th June at 3pm Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 10-10.30am 6.7m x 42.58m (22’ x 140’) approx. Peter Smith 0417 303 870 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


98 Bath Road - GLEN IRIS

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Saturday 29th May at 12pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1.30-2pm 785 sq m (8,478 sq ft) approx. Richard Spratt 0412493189 Paul Williamson 0418 509 472 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

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On a magnificent, north west corner, this pretty as a picture, triple fronted 1940´s home has been immaculately modernised to provide an elegant, contemporary family living environment. Enhanced throughout by glorious natural light & delightful garden views, spacious proportions include 3 Bedrooms (Main BIRs/ensuite), Formal Sitting (OFP), open plan Living/Dining (Jetmaster gas OFP), renovated Blanco/stone Kitchen, enclosed alfresco deck/sunroom. Family bathroom, laundry (2nd WC). Water tanks, remote double garage, with access to rear garden/workshop. Ducted heating/cooling and air purifying systems.

24 Henham Street - HAWTHORN EAST Offered for the first time in 80 years, this charming 1920´s home savors a magnificent position overlooking glorious Anderson Park to accompany its next exciting era. Enjoying access to quality public and private schools, transport, freeway and popular shops, this largely original, wellproportioned home invites a grand-scale contemporary revival or alternatively, a prestige new home would capitalize on wonderful parkland views (STCA). Includes: 3 big Bedrooms, formal Living, spacious Kitchen/Meals, Sunroom all amidst established gardens, OSP.

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Saturday 29th May at 10.30am Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 10-10.30am 15.1m x 46.5m (50’ x 153’) approx Campbell Ward 0402 124 939 Peter Batrouney 0419 005 236 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


406/2 Montrose Place - HAWTHORN EAST Impressively appointed designer living awaits at ´Carrington Apartments´, where this modern penthouse will impress with accommodation of exceptional quality, while proximity to parks, Auburn Village restaurants and Swinburne University assures convenience. Comprising 2 generous bedrooms with robes, the main with ensuite and private terrace, large Study/3rd Bedroom, sensationally spacious lightfilled living/dining plus stone/stainless steel appointed kitchen, spectacular entertainers terrace with sweeping views. Heating/cooling, secure basement parking for 2 cars, security entry.

28B Mowbray Street - HAWTHORN EAST An evocative blend of sophisticated tri-level spaces, stylish outdoor areas and designer´s instinct for decor are the intoxicating aspects offered by this stunning townhouse. Serenely situated at the rear of boutique group near Burke Rd tram, this immaculate sanctuary´s clean lines and 1st class finishes craft an inspiring easy-care lifestyle. With 3 double Bedrooms (Master Bed on ground floor, 2/ensuite, 2/ horizon views), Smeg/Stone Kitchen/OP Meals to lush secluded terrace, expansive Living (OFP) to superb deck, powder room, heating/cooling, auto-gates/double remote garage.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 2.30pm Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm Tim Picken 0419 305 802 Monica Rezk 0413 596 342 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 5th June at 11am Thursday 3-3.30pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm Peter Smith 0417 303 870 Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


2/41 Rathmines Road - HAWTHORN EAST Fronting the picturesque cul-de-sac of Rathmines Grove, this delightful, single-level townhouse reveals unexpected space and secluded garden outlooks for a superb easy-care lifestyle. Just a stone´s throw to Auburn Village, train, parks and schools, this tasteful haven features timber floors and sun-light throughout generous Living (gas fire), huge Dining, timber Kitchen, 3 fitted Bedrooms (large main/ WIRs/ensuite). Includes: lush courtyard, tiled bathroom, heating, air-conditioning, monitored security, double remote garage.

1/79 St Helens Road - HAWTHORN EAST Quality construction, house-like proportions and brilliant location on the brink of the Junction sets this lovely townhouse apart from its peers. An impressive street profile with intercom Entry, garden frontage and double remote garage introduces a generous, elegant layout flowing across one easy level of both refined and relaxed zones and culminating in private north courtyard. Features: 3 double Bedrooms (BIRs, main/WTRs/ensuite), 4th Bedroom/Study, spa-bathroom, fireside Living, Dining and quality Kitchen/Meals, heating, air-conditioners, vacuum & intercom.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 3pm Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 4-4.30pm Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 29th May at 12noon Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 1.45-2.15pm Peter Batrouney 0419 005 236 Campbell Ward 0402 124 939 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


7/480 Glenferrie Road - HAWTHORN Apartment living has never been so appealing! Size will surprise throughout this immense Scotch Hill apartment, defined by house-sized proportions and a tremendous designer fit-out. Brimful of northerly light, stylish interior spaces reveal an expansive Living and Dining domain extending to balcony, striking CaesarStone/Bosch Kitchen, 2 Bedrooms, BIRs/ensuites, 3rd Bedroom/Study. Additional appointments include powder room, concealed laundry, automated external blinds, heating, air-conditioning, 2 undercover car spaces & storage room.

2/304 Cotham Road - KEW Classic elegance never dates. Immersed in sunlight and immaculately presented to impress even the most discerning downsizer, home buyer or investor, this lovely single-level apartment inspires a stressfree lifestyle with Kew Junction/city tram outside the door and access to schools, boutiques and cafes. Generous proportions highlight graceful Entrance, superb Living/Dining to sun-trapped courtyard (U/C entertaining area), 2 double Bedrooms (main/BIRs/bathroom access) and well-equipped Kitchen/Meals. Includes: ducted heating/cooling, remote garage.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 22nd May at 10am Thursday 12.15-12.45pm & 5.30-6pm, Saturday from 9.30am Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 Brian Colivet 0405 708 931 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 5th June at 12noon Thursday 1.45-2.15pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


s ew Vi th er ly N or 4/163 Derby Street - KEW Embraced by a spacious landscaped courtyard garden that´s ideal for sun-drenched alfresco entertaining, this stylish rear townhouse is peacefully and privately positioned in a secure block of only 4. Upstairs views to the mountains and a brilliant northerly aspect complement lifestyle convenience close to Willsmere village, High St, parks and transport. Includes 3 sunny Bedrooms with views, large Livingroom, Meals area, well-equipped Kitchen, bathroom, WC, gas space heating, air-conditioning, polished parquetry floor, Juliet balcony and auto garage.

48 Malin Street - KEW Perfectly located in the private school belt metres to Kellett Reserve; this delightful semi-detached Edwardian offers picturesque street presence amidst a stunning garden oasis. Immediately inviting with further potential in a fine position near Glenferrie Rd shops and Cotham Rd trams. Award-winning designer Georgina Martyn has crafted a beautiful botanical environment complementing 3 Bedrooms (BIRs), Livingroom, original bathroom, Kitchen with LaGermania stove, central heating, HRV climate control, alarm, Kauri pine floors, raintanks, auto irrigation.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 12noon Thursday 2.15-2.45pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm Greg Toogood 0418 385 440 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 29th May at 10am Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday 3-3.30pm 7.1m x 48m (23’ x 157’) approx. Greg Toogood 0418 385 440 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


29 Edgecombe Street - KEW A home of charm, comfort and convenience in prestigious Studley Park. Retaining its 1940s character ´Edgecumbe´ has been extended and enhanced for modern living, near Kew Junction, tram, bus, parkland and schools. Includes spacious Sitting and Dining, OFPs, large Livingroom to deck with retractable awning, quality Kitchen, Study (or 3rd Bedroom) with bay window, powder room, laundry, Upstairs 2 dble Bedrooms (main BIRs and air-conditioner), large spa bathroom, sun/reading room, ducted heating, alarm, LUG and carport.

62 Sutherland Street - MALVERN EAST Magnificent, triple fronted Art Deco (C.1938) residence offering generous, renovated family accommodation just minutes from parkland, quality local/ independent schools, transport and Chadstone Shopping Centre. Featuring formal Living and Dining (OFPs), granite Kitchen, Informal Living/ Bar Dining (Workstation), 4 Bedrooms (x2 BIRs), upstairs Master Retreat with dual BIRs, ensuite, private terrace. Period character, alfresco dining, established garden, lock up garage/ workshop/ storage, secure OSP. Rear access to the ’Urban Forest’, walk to buses & East Malvern train station.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 22nd May at 10am Wednesday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 9.30am 11.2m x 38.1m (37´ x 125´) approx. Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 22nd May at 11am Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 10.30am Irreg 556 sq. metres (5,984 sq. ft) approx Charles Boyd 0402 275 485 Jeff Gole 0419 401 677 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


42 Horace Street - MALVERN A classic contemporary facade on a wide tree-lined street unfolds to timeless elegance in this superior townhouse offering exceptional easy-care living near High St, Glenferrie Rd and CBD via freeway. Graceful Living (gas htr ), separate Dining balances spacious OP relaxed areas (granite/Blanco Kitchen/ pantry) extending to sunny deck and lush entertaining terrace hedged for privacy. Includes: 3 large upstairs Bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIRs/ensuite), Study/4th Bedroom, upper Retreat, spa-bathroom, powder room, heating/cooling, internally accessed double remote double garage.

3 Watson Avenue - MONT ALBERT NORTH The remarkable transformation of this impressive 4 Bedroom, 3 bathroom residence has resulted in an outstanding luxuriously-appointed domain delivering high quality indoor/outdoor family living and entertaining. Superbly positioned in a popular family-focused pocket near parklands, East Balwyn shops, Shoppingtown, excellent schools, transport and East Link. Boasts Lounge room (OFP), Rumpus/ Games room with wet bar, Family Meals and Living to covered deck, superb granite Kitchen, ducted heating, jet master , air conditioning, auto garage and tandem carport.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 22nd May at 1pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 12.30pm Murray Peden 0411 154 511 Steven Abbott 0407 324 240 1121 High Street, Armadale. Tel 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 29th May at 11am Thursday & Saturday 12-12.30pm 16m x 39.5m (53´ x 130´) approx. William Chen 0438 383 336 Julian Tonkin 0419 341 341 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


103B Henry Street - PRAHRAN Ideally located 3 bedroom modern townhouse close to vibrant Chapel and High Streets but set on a quiet no-through street, this immaculate town residence brims with modern conveniences suggesting a low-maintenance family lifestyle. A stylish floorplan comprises spacious living/dining with polished timber floors, complemented by a sleek stone and Bosch appointed kitchen, while full-length glass doors leading to the north facing courtyard maximise indoor/outdoor enjoyment. Upstairs, three bedrooms have robes and split-system air, the main with a private north facing terrace and ensuite, alarm, Lock-up garage.

118 Kent Street - RICHMOND Distinctive contemporary lines frame impressive spaces fitted and finished in designer style throughout this exceptional 3 bedroom home. A versatile, sun-drenched retreat introduces a huge living/dining domain that includes polished boards and open-plan kitchen defined by stone surfaces and European appliances. Upstairs, a big, bright main bedroom with BIRs and en suite sets high standards for 2 further bedrooms, study zone and spacious bathroom. Deep courtyard and car-port reached from Lt Kent Street contribute outdoor appeal and consummate convenience.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 11am Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday 12-12.30pm Brad Cooper 0418 344 733 Steven Abbott 0407 324 240 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 5th June at 10am Wednesday 12 - 12.30pm Saturday 1 - 1.30pm & Sunday 11 - 11.30am 180sqm approx Clayton Smith 0418 877 445 Hayden Reed 0412 321 025 369 Bridge Road, Richmond. Tel 9428 3333 jelliscraig.com.au


2/74 Balwyn Road - BALWYN

37 Kireep Road - BALWYN

Enjoy a quality low-maintenance lifestyle with peaceful privacy and a fabulous location in this secure boutique block with the best of Balwyn on your doorstep. Features: 2 large Bedrooms (BIRs, main/ensuite), 3rd Bedroom/Study, generous formal Living, OP Kitchen/Meals, pretty north courtyard, heating/cooling, autogates/remote garage.

Never before offered for sale, this 1930´s 4 Bedroom home maybe past resurrection but its 1st class position opposite Maranoa Gardens/Beckett Park and near shops, tram and Balwyn High zoning provide idyllic future perspective. City-silhouette views from its attic-style 2nd storey is a wonderful accompaniment to any future renovation/redevelopment (STCA).

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 22nd May at 2pm Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday from 1.30pm Patrick Dennis 0409 321 159, Peter Dixon 0403 062 220 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au

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25A Kitchener Street - BALWYN

51 Longview Road - BALWYN NORTH

A brilliant fusion of contemporary style and easy open design offers stunning sundrenched sanctuary for those with busy lifestyles in this chic downsize, city base or 1st home in Balwyn High zone near 109 tram. Features 2 double Bedrooms, Study area, integrated Kitchen/Living to north deck for flawless entertaining, OSP.

Offered for the first time since it was quality built in 1951, this SB 6 room/3 Bedroom, family home offers past, present and future allure for home owners/ renovators/builders with a sweep of city views from large Living and Dining rooms setting stunning backdrop to any future refurbishment/2nd storey or new home(STCA). Close to Private Schools and in Balwyn High zone.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 22nd May at 10am Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday from 9.30am Patrick Dennis 0409 321 159, Richard Earle 0418 564 168 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 22nd May at 11am Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday from 10.30am Scott Patterson 0417 581 074, Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


7 Sixth Avenue - BURWOOD

40 Moorhouse Street - CAMBERWELL

A highly desirable, elevated allotment emphasises the fabulous renovation/ redevelopment (STCA) potential of this family residence. Comfortable current day spaces feature Formal Living and Dining, 3 Bedrooms (Main BIRs/ensuite), Study, large Family Living, Sunroom, Kitchen/Meals. Abundant shed storage, double carport, OSP. Auction Saturday 5th June at 3.00pm Inspect Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 2-2.45pm Land 18m x 40m (60’ x 130’) approx Contact Sam Macaluso 0416 028 835, Paul Keane 0419 330 571 Office 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 Visit jelliscraig.com.au

A stunning contemporary vision in the historic Prospect Hill Estate, this brilliant 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom designer townhouse delivers a low-maintenance lifestyle of excellence and enviable convenience. Secure basement parking (2), sunny terrace and rear courtyard complement smart, easy living of the highest quality near Camberwell Junction, transport, schools and parks.

27 Regent Street - CAMBERWELL

704 Riversdale Road - CAMBERWELL

Desirable dimensions, prized northerly rear and a coveted location enhance the exceptional potential presented at this substantial 936 sq. metre allotment (approx.) including classic 3 Bedrooms plus Study home. Invites new family residence, sub-division or a stunning townhouse development (STCA) near parks, shops, schools, transport.

Absolutely charming 1930´s semi, presents perfect first home/investment appeal. Close to shops, cafes, parkland, leading schools, tram and train. Immaculately presented, softly light filled interiors featuring 3 Bedrooms (2 with BIRs), Sitting, Dining and modern Miele Kitchen. Alfresco dining, flowering garden with Studio, lock up storage and off street parking.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 1pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm Michael Hingston 0412 922 488, Alastair Craig 0418 335 363 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 22nd May at 1pm Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday from 12.30pm Robert Ding 0418 858 393, Katherine Ding 0408 858 940 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 5th June at 1.30pm Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday 11-11.45am Zali Booker 0422 576 049, Richard James 0408 751 189 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


2/42 Alexandra Avenue - CANTERBURY

13A Richards Avenue - GLEN IRIS

Peacefully positioned at the rear of this quiet complex of three, this single level residence offers a low-maintenance choice for entry level homebuyers, downsizers and investors alike. L-shaped Living and Dining opening to balcony, central Kitchen/Meals and 2 Bedrooms, main with WIRs/semi-ensuite. Powder room, heating/cooling & garage.

Defined by its´ spacious, impeccably finished floorplan, this front of two residence presents stylish executive living in an elevated, parkland setting with horizon views. Study, formal Living (gas OFP), family area, magnificent Bosch Kitchen/ Dining, huge alfresco deck. 3 Bedrooms (BIRs, Main WIR/ spa ensuite), landing Retreat. Ducted heating, Brushbox floors. Auto double garage/storage.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 22nd May at 2pm Thursday 3-3.30pm & Saturday from 1.30pm Tom Ryan 0413 872 550, Seamus O´Brien 0414 477 488 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 29th May at 11.00am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 11-11.45am Mark Lawson 0414 777 887, Paul Williamson 0418 509 472 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

39 Lennox Street - HAWTHORN

1 Hallcroft Place - HAWTHORN EAST

The picturesque facade of this delightful 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom Victorian terrace creates the perfect presence in a prized location featuring leafy parkland, river bike paths, trains, trams, cafés and shops. Previously renovated capitalizing on a north-facing rear with a vast and versatile 2nd level, courtyard garden and OSP.

Tucked away for coveted quiet and convenience, this delightful Art Deco home exudes 1930s charm and modern style on a compact landscaped allotment. A tastefully renovated, low-maintenance 2 Bedroom option for entry level buyers and investors. Stunning period ceilings, lovely Livingroom, Dining to deck, auto carport. Stroll to Burke Rd.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 10.30am Thursday & Saturday 1-1.30pm Steve Burke 0448 331 653, Maree Keel 0438 828 582 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 5th June at 1.30pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 11-11.30am Steve Burke 0448 331 653, Maree Keel 0438 828 582 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au


36/154 Rathmines Road - HAWTHORN EAST

9 Temple Street - HAWTHORN EAST

The pinnacle of light-filled, low-maintenance living in this sought-after block; firsthome buyers and astute investors will relish the opportunity opposite Rathmines Rd Reserve to secure this superb 2 Bedroom rear apartment with delightful top floor views. Immaculate original presentation, large Living, balcony, spacious Kitchen/Meals, gas heating, auto gate, covered car space.

Artistic whimsy and rustic garden surrounds offer country-style charm to this freestanding 3 Bedroom Victorian in a low-traffic pocket near Auburn Village, Camb Station, Burke Rd shops and parks. Features Conservatory-style Sunroom, OP Living/Dining to wisteria-laden pergola, luxuriant north gardens and scope to further renovate/extend(STCA).

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 1pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 10-10.30am Michael Hingston 0412 922 488, Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 22nd May at 12noon Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday from 11.30am Peter Vigano 0407 301 224, Brian Colivet 0405 708 931 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

209/92 Kinkora Road - HAWTHORN

2/51 Cecil Street - KEW

Hawthorn´s best kept secret in the hub of Glenferrie Rds cafÊ culture, this stylish, secure and so easy 2nd floor 1 Bedroom apartment is an ideal home, investment or city base with striking integrated Smeg Kitchen/Living to westerly terrace and picturesque tree and roof-top views across leafy Hawthorn, video security/ Intercom, heating/cooling, lift to basement parking.

Positively gleaming with abundant natural light, this single level, rear of two town residence offers immediately comfortable peace and privacy with lifestyle convenience to shops, Zone 1 transport. Generous Living/Dining (OFP), timber Kitchen/Meals, 3 Bedrooms (BIRs), Main ensuite/WIR. Alfresco deck, established garden. Remote double garage/storage/workbench.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 4pm 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

Saturday 29th May at 11.00am Thursday 3-3.30pm & Saturday 11-11.30am Brad Cooper 0418 344 733, Mark Lawson 0414 777 887 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


14/25 Derby Street - KEW

4/64 Cawkwell Street - MALVERN

Secured to the rear in the coveted ´Gardens of Kew´ complex, rest assured in this delightful 2nd floor apartment as privacy, peace and position are all perfectly in place for investors and first-time buyers. Stroll to High Street, parks and trams. Includes intercom security, auto gates, covered car space, storeroom, 2 bedrooms (BIRs) internal laundry, sep WC, northerly views to the mountains.

Nestled behind high wall and garden in an exclusive block with covered car space; enjoy a prestigious, peaceful position off Malvern Road with this superb 2 Bedroom modern apartment delivering highly-desirable low-maintenance living in a fabulous first-floor location. Walk to cafés, shops, trams, train, swim centre and Cabrini. Features sun-filled Livingroom to balcony. Leased till Jan 2010.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 29th May at 12noon Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 11.30am-12noon Greg Toogood 0418 385 440, Richard Earle 0418 564 168 818 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. Tel 9818 2222 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 29th May at 3pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm Julian Tonkin 0419 341 341, Diana Healy 0418 314 433 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au

16 Ellison Street - MALVERN EAST

29 Fraser Street - RICHMOND

Thoroughly renovated, 1930´s park side semi offers warm and inviting, period enhanced interiors stylishly tailored to suit a modern lifestyle. Sitting (OFP), 2 Bedrooms (BIRs), CaesarStone Kitchen adjoining Dining. Elevated alfresco deck, freshly landscaped garden. Ample storage, OSP. Walk to train/ buses, bike trails.

Renovated with evident flair, enhanced by contemporary spaces of exceptional indoor-outdoor appeal, this 2 bedroom Victorian´s open-plan living/dining dimensions incorporate a 2Pac kitchen of clean lines and elegant efficiency. Bifold doors ensure seamless transition to private landscaped courtyard with laneway ROW Auction Saturday 5th June at 11am Inspect Thursday 1 - 1.30pm & Saturday 12.30 - 1pm Land 6.06m x 28.28m or 171.38sqm approx Contact Hayden Reed 0412 321 025, Clayton Smith 0418 877 445 Office 369 Bridge Road, Richmond. Tel 9428 3333 Visit jelliscraig.com.au

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 10.00am Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 2-2.45pm Zali Booker 0422 576 049, Brad Cooper 0418 344 733 45 High Street, Glen Iris. Tel 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


22 Stawell Street - RICHMOND

1/10 Norfolk Road - SURREY HILLS

Classically appealing, this renovated double fronted Victorian celebrates charming original features, a light-filled living environment and the most delightful rear garden with undercover entertaining area. Two bedrooms, main with OFP, full-width Living and Dining space accompanied by an updated Kitchen, modern bathroom and versatile Studio/fitted Home Office. Auction Saturday 29th May at 10am Inspect Thursday 5.30 - 6pm & Saturday 12 - 12.30pm Land 9.75m x 26.88m or 262sqm approx Contact Clayton Smith 0418 877 445, Hayden Reed 0412 321 025 Office 369 Bridge Road, Richmond. Tel 9428 3333 Visit jelliscraig.com.au

This picturesque English Counties Estate location opposite Surrey Gardens is a priceless accompaniment to the lifestyle allure of this delightful 2 Bedroom unit set tranquilly at the rear so that privacy and leafy outlooks complement lowmaintenance ease. Features: lovely Living/Dining, spacious modern Kitchen/ Meals, petite courtyard, front terrace and carport.

13A Park Road - SURREY HILLS Super stylish expanses of north al fresco areas, both decked and paved, offer an ideal entertaining perspective for this alluring semi-detached home just metres to Wattle Park, tram and restaurants. With spacious Living, lovely Dining, modern Kitchen, 2 Bedrooms (main/WIRs/ensuite), heating/cooling and ample OSP. Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 5th June at 12.30pm Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm 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 22nd May at 12noon Thursday 11.45am-12.15pm & Saturday from 11.30am Patrick Dennis 0409 321 159, Peter Dixon 0403 062 220 244 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. Tel 9830 5966 jelliscraig.com.au


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ALBERT PARK Dundas Place SOUTH YARRA Toorak Road

Port Melbourne Middle Park

St Kilda

Kay & Burton is seeking sales staff.

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South Yarra. 9820 1111 Bayside. 9592 6522 Portsea. 5984 4744 Flinders. 5989 1000


GLEN IRIS 5/1737 Malvern Road Wonderful Location! Spacious 2BR ground flr apart feat nice outdoor balcony & secure car spot. 2 min walk from Glen Iris Station, within close proximity of Tooronga Village, Constant shops, Restaurants, Cafes, Parks, Gyms, Hotels and other amenities at your door step and easy Monash Freeway access. Auction Saturday 29th May 11am View Wednesday 12-12.30pm & 6-6.30pm

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James Hindle 0411 237 830 226 Toorak Road, South Yarra

South Yarra. 9820 1111

The health of our children is paramount which is why Kay & Burton is proud to partner the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.


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IvAnHoe 7 Central Avenue A prominent elevated position in the leafy Fairy Hills precinct, this appealing family home offering an outstanding opportunity to renovate/extend or new home site (STCA) to capitalise on potential City skyline views. Comprising formal/informal living areas, formal/informal dining areas, 3 terraces, four bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIR/ensuite), bathroom (separate WC/shower), modern kitchen and laundry. Includes gas wall, airconditioner, studio, under-house storage, carport and garage/workshop. Land: 777sqm/8,400sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday 2.45-3.15pm

Contact

Sally Kirwan 0412 979 449 Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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hawthorn 28 Kinkora road Immaculate contemporary styling is just one of the many highlights of this elegant period family residence. (c1920), complemented by a designer landscape perfectly located in the leafy heritage surrounds of the highly coveted Grace Park Estate, close to premium schools, CBD, transport and walk to Glenferrie road shops and cafes. the superb interior teams traditional style with a stunning rear split level modernist extension. Comprising 4 bedrooms(BIrs),north facing study, formal sitting (bay window), separate dining,(bay window), 3 bathrooms,(one poolside), bespoke kitchen/dining opening onto a deck, lower living leading to a fully tiled, self-cleaning, solar plus gas heated pool(fully automatic retractable safety cover), cabana and private garden ideal for indoor/outdoor entertaining. Includes period features, alarm, hydronic heating, split system air-conditioning, fireplaces, remote gates and double garage. Land: 953sqm/10,254 sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 1.30pm

Inspect

thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 1pm

Contact

James tostevin 0417 003 333 Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399 Justin Long 0418 537 973

Office

266 auburn road hawthorn 9822 9999

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TooRak 19a Tintern avenue Impressively stylish, one of only two, luxurious ground floor contemporary residence is exclusively situated metres to Toorak Village. Exceptionally spacious living/entertaining areas (gas log-fire), European kitchen and light-filled dining all open to beautiful northwest garden courtyards. Two bedrooms with marble en-suites/WIRs and study/third bedroom all lead to outdoor areas. Features central heating/ air-conditioning, ducted vacuum, alarm, powder-room, laundry, drip-system, lift to 3xbasement carparks, 2xlarge storage rooms.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 12.30pm

Inspect

Wednesday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 12noon

Contact

Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 Hugh Tomlinson 0409 427 483 John Bongiorno 0418 328 056

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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TOOrAk 18 Cloverdale Avenue An elite location near Toorak Village combined with two street frontages highlights the enormous renovation, rebuilding or development potential represented by this attractive solid-brick Edwardian residence (STCA). Period features distinguish sitting room (marble OFP), formal dining, OFP, three bedrooms, study/4th bedroom and bathroom. Capable kitchen and light-filled living/dining open to northeast garden. Features gas-heater, alarm, garage. Land: 404sqm/4,346sqft (approx)

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 10.30am

Inspect

Wednesday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 11-11.30am

Contact

rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 John Bongiorno 0418 328 056

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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SouTh yARRA 25-27 St Martin's Lane The faรงade of this former garage evokes its 1930s origins but inside the focus is all about the future. A gutted shell, stripped back to the bare minimum, this amazing space is surrounded by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Domain Road and Fawkner Park. Second street frontage to Randall Place adds further inducement to put into practice approved plans for two townhouses. Alternatively, pursue a project to create a spectacular single residence, STCA, of your own design and enjoy the rich rewards that will follow. Land 188sqm approx.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 1pm

Inspect

Wednesday 12.15-12.45pm & Saturday 3.15-4pm

Contact

Anthony Reis 0417 352 774 James Redfern 0412 360 667

Office

1111 high Street Armadale 9822 9999

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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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eAsT MelBouRNe 57 Agnes street The designer spaces of this beautiful three bedroom, two bathroom Victorian achieve spectacular indoor-outdoor success in the exclusive Jolimont pocket between the MCG and the CBD. Refined living and dining areas each open to elegant decking that overlooks a private garden backdrop. A contemporary kitchen featuring stone benches, Gaggenau and Bosch appliances sees the city from a deck all of its own. Hydronic heating. Huge blue-stone cellar/storage. Garage. Note: Business 5 zone.

Auction

saturday 5th June at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 1-1.30pm & saturday 12.30-1pm

Contact

Peter Bennison 0418 332 864 Matthew Wassylko 0412 793 544 Justin long 0418 537 973

Office

1111 High street Armadale 9822 9999

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mALVeRn 11 Irving Street Totally captivating, this c1878 solid-brick Victorian family residence’s evocative period elegance is beautifully matched by stunning designer style. Arched hallway leads to sitting room (marble OFP), main bedroom with en-suite/WIR, two further spacious bedrooms, BIRs and bathroom and 4th bedroom/study. Gourmet Ilve kitchen boasting marble benches and sensational living/dining open to north-facing garden. Features ducted-heating, alarm, powder-room, laundry, watering-system, 2xOSP. Land: 664sqm/7,150sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 29th may at 3.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 2-2.30pm & 6-6.30pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm

Contact

Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 John Bongiorno 0418 328 056

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

marshallwhite.com.au


MalvERn EaSt 13 John Street Stunning solid-brick Edwardian family residence brilliantly showcases designer style and an exceptional attention to detail. Wide Blackbutt floorboards flow through formal living (gas-log fire), generous living/dining and sensational gourmet Ilve kitchen opening to north-facing garden. Beautiful main bedroom with luxurious en-suite/ WIR are complemented by four further bedrooms, two opulent bathrooms, attic-playroom and recreation room/home office. Features ducted-heating, air-conditioning, auto-gates, 1xOSP.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 1.30pm

Inspect

thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm

Contact

Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058 John Morrisby 0411 875 476

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

marshallwhite.com.au


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MalvERN 331 Glenferrie Road Brand new and constructed by award winning Glenneagles Homes with 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 kitchen overlooking informal living & dining, N/F sun filled courtyard garden provides perfect entertaining. Feat: sep powder room, full laundry, lift, security, European Oak parquetry. The perfect lifestyle awaits!

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

Thursday 2.30-3pm & Saturday 12-12.30pm

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Nicole French 0417 571 505 James Connell 0418 312 907

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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kooyong 1a Mernda Road Impressive family residence flawlessly combines elegance with contemporary luxury. Exceptional proportions define gracious sitting/formal dining (gas-log fireplace), gourmet Miele kitchen and casual living opening to private northfacing courtyard. Magnificent main bedroom, en-suite/ WIR are complemented by two further double bedrooms, BIRs/en-suites, north- facing terrace, fourth bedroom (BIR), living/home-theatre and downstairs study/guest bedroom and bathroom. Features hydronic-heating, zoned airconditioning, alarm, ducted-vacuum, drip-system, doublegarage.

Auction

Saturday 5th June at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 12.45-1.15pm

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 Justin Long 0418 537 973

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

marshallwhite.com.au


KeW 37 Princess Street This superbly maintained Victorian residence displays abundant heritage character combined with modern conveniences for idyllic family living. With polished floors and open fireplaces throughout, discover generous lightfilled accommodation of four bedrooms complemented by superb formal living/dining and vast rear living, meals and stainless steel appointed kitchen flowing out to lush rear gardens, a courtyard, pool and double garage. Wellpositioned close to schools, Kew Junction. Gas central heating, split system air. Land:745sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 5th June at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 1.45-2.15pm

Contact

Duane Wlowiec 0418 567 581 Mark Sproule 0408 090 205

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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keW 14 evans Road Nestled in the heart of Sackville Ward, this classic 1920’s brick family home offers so much more than street appeal. Comprising main bedroom (ensuite/WIR), home office/5th bedroom, powder room, formal living and dining, kitchen/ meals and family room leading onto decking/garden. Upstairs offers three additional bedrooms, children's retreat and separate bathroom. Features include rear ROW, space heating, air conditioning, period fireplaces, solar panels, rain-water tanks and irrigation system.

Auction

Saturday 5th June at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday 11-11.30am

Contact

Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

Conj

Jonathan Shepherd 0409 886 878

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kEw 3/377 Barkers Road Superbly finished with an emphasis on quality, this 16 square (approximately) two bedroom plus study residence features expansive living and dining, stunning kitchen with stone benches and stainless steel appliances, outdoor entertaining courtyard, security entrance and basement parking for two cars. Other features include high ceilings and refrigerated heating/cooling. Exceptional location with easy city access, moments to transport, Auburn Village, Burke Road, Glenferrie Road and parkland.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 3.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 3pm

Contact

Nick Ptak 0413 370 442 Mark Dayman 0409 342 462

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

Conj

Jellis Craig - Nick Elmore 0438 599 938

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HaWtHoRN 2a Glen Street Stunning Scotch Hill town-residence designed by Nicholas Day conveys an unforgettable air of luxury and contemporary elegance. Exceptional proportions distinguish elegant study, formal sitting and dining (gas-log fireplace), sensational Gaggenau kitchen and light-filled living/dining opening to beautiful west-facing courtyard. Sumptuous main bedroom, WIR/en-suite are complemented by two further bedrooms, BIRs and bathroom. Features RC/airconditioning, alarm, video-intercom, powder-room, ductedvacuum, double-garage, cellar.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 2.30pm

Inspect

thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday 3.45-4.15pm

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399 Nicole French 0417 571 505

Office

266 auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

marshallwhite.com.au


CAntErbUry 30 Matlock Street A stylish ambience and quality finishes are the benchmarks highlighted in the dramatic transformation which has taken place inside this superb Edwardian (c1910) timber home creating a totally liveable environment matching today’s contemporary family lifestyle. Comprising hallway flanked by a formal sitting room, main bedroom (ensuite/dressing room), 3 additional bedrooms, 2 further bathrooms, superb two-storey extension incorporates a spectacular open-plan kitchen/living/meals area opening to a deck/entertaining area and saltwater swimming pool. Upstairs features a large sundrenched retreat and balcony. Includes lane access to remote/gate/double garage with workshop.

Auction

Saturday 5th June at 10.30am

Inspect

thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 11.45-12.15pm

Contact

Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399 James tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn road Hawthorn 9822 9999

marshallwhite.com.au


CAmbERWEll 6 broadway A surprisingly spacious semi-detached home with cleverly designed period facade and stylish split-level contemporary interior superbly located moments from Camberwell Junction amenities. Comprising living room, four bedrooms (WIR and ensuite), concealed laundry, bathroom, powder room, generous open-plan living/dining/kitchen (study alcove) leading to a full-width deck perfect for indoor/ outdoor entertaining. Includes video/intercom, alarm, AEG appliances, hydronic heating, ducted vacuum, built-in barbeque, low-maintenance gardens, carport+OSP, ROW.

Auction

Saturday 5th June at 2.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 2.30-3pm

Contact

Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399 Duane Wolowiec 0418 567 581

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

marshallwhite.com.au


CamBERWEll 28 acheron avenue Enchanting 1920’s solid-brick residence impressively combines delightful period charm with modern family comfort near Camberwell junction. Polished boards flow through generously proportioned hallway, inviting sitting room (OFP), study, light-filled living/dining room served by bright modern kitchen opening to north-west garden. Four large bedrooms (3BIRs) are complemented by two bathrooms and attic teenage- retreat. Features ductedheating, RC/air-conditioning, laundry, 3rd WC, garage.

Auction

Saturday 5th June at 1.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday 4-4.30pm

Contact

Duane Wolowiec 0418 567 581 mark Sproule 0408 090 205

Office

266 auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

marshallwhite.com.au


SURREy HILLS 3 Bristol Street Stunning period home located in quiet Surrey Hills treelined street. Meticulously renovated comprising hallway, two bedrooms (main/WIR/large ensuite), laundry, powder room, north-facing two-storey extension incorporating superb galley-style kitchen, informal dining/living area, expansive deck/entertaining area plus large multi-purpose studio/ gallery/office. Upstairs – two ample bedrooms (WIRs), study / bedroom, and fully appointed bathroom. Includes security, Hydronic heating, R/C airconditioners, Euro S/S appliances, ducted vacuum, ample storage, drip/sprinklers. Land: 626sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 1.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday 3.15-3.45pm

Contact

Duane Wolowiec 0418 567 581 Mark Sproule 0408 090 205

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

marshallwhite.com.au


sURRey hIlls 3 David street Generously proportioned light-filled two-storey family residence offering stylish living in a coveted leafy setting. Immaculate interior comprising marble hallway, study, formal living and dining rooms, laundry, powder room, superbly appointed granite/stainless-steel open-plan kitchen with informal living/dining area flowing to a deck and private leafy garden. Upstairs retreat, four bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIR/ensuite/spa), family bathroom. Includes alarm, ducted heating/cooling, R/C airconditioner, remote/double garage.

Auction

saturday 5th June at 1.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 11-11.30am & saturday 12.30-1pm

Contact

Joe Muinos 0423 222 043 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road hawthorn 9822 9999

marshallwhite.com.au


sURREy hILLs 179-181 Union Road Exquisite family residence of generous proportions offering quality family lifestyle and recreation options comprising elegant hallway, superb formal/informal living areas, two large bedrooms (main BIRs/ensuite), bathroom, kitchen, north-facing sunroom, laundry and powder room. Upstairs home theatre/retreat, three bedrooms and bathroom. Complemented by a resort-style fully equipped outdoor entertaining area and salt-chlorinated self-cleaning heated in-ground pool. Includes intercom/security/alarm, three-car/ remote garage with games room, office+roof storage. Land: 1,254sqm/13,500sqft (approx).

Auction saturday 29th May at 2.30pm Inspect

Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & saturday 3-3.30pm

Contact

James Tostevin 0417 003 333 Mark sutherland 0418 691 585

Office

266 Auburn Road hawthorn 9822 9999

marshallwhite.com.au


GlEN IRIs 19 Madeline street Impressive c1949 solid-brick residence on a substantial allotment some 1318sqm approx with north-south tennis court and solar-heated pool offers stylish, spacious family comfort. Generous proportions distinguish elegant sitting (OFP), formal dining, spacious living, European kitchen, casual dining, four bedrooms (3BIR/WIR), two bathrooms, three toilets, home-office and retreat/study. Features ducted-heating, air-conditioner, drip-system, water-tanks, garage. Note: Plans for two new dwellings behind existing home.

Auction

saturday 29th May at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 1.30-2pm & 6-6.30pm saturday 10.30-11am

Contact

Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282 James Redfern 0412 360 667

Office

1111 High street Armadale 9822 9999

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BAlWyN NoRtH 100 Panoramic Road Prominently positioned, this substantial contemporary home offers an ideal family environment boasting generous dimensions, panoramic city views and excellent indooroutdoor entertaining spaces. A light-filled floorplan reveals formal and informal living and dining, study, CaesarStone kitchen, additional living/rumpus and four double bedrooms, main with ensuite/WIRs. Inviting terrace with Vergola. Powder room, heating/cooling, double garage. NW landscaped gardens. Balwyn High zoning.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 2.30pm

Inspect

thursday 2.45-3.15pm & Saturday 4-4.30pm

Contact

leonard teplin 0402 431 657 Mark Dayman 0409 342 462

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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baLWyn noRTH 47a Tower Road Thoughtfully designed to take advantage of its northerly rear aspect across Hislop Reserve, this 11 year old Glenvill home offers luxurious living with minimal maintenance, ideally suited to the needs of a busy modern family. Comprises: spacious formal living and dining room, kitchen with adjacent meals area and family room opening to alfresco outdoor living area, main bedroom with ensuite, WIR and private balcony, 3 further double bedrooms, large study (or 5th bedroom) family bathroom, powder room with shower, laundry, double garage. Features: fully tiled, heated pool. Land: 12.8m x 39.6m (41’ 4” x 130’) approx.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 1.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 2.45-3.15pm & Saturday from 1pm

Contact

annie Clewlow 0431 234 234 Michael Liu 0402 699 076 Doug McLauchlan 0418 377 718

Office

266 auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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bALwyn nORTh 123-125 Greythorn Road Redevelop the outstanding 1953 sqm (21,000 sqft) approx site with multiple townhouses or units (STCA), Sub-divide the land into two large individual house sites each with 18.3m (60’) frontage, OR Live very comfortably in the substantial 321 sqm (34 square) approx 10 room, 4 or 5 bedroom brick family home with views of the eastern ranges, and watch your investment grow while your family enjoys the lifestyle of its own n-s tennis court and solar heated pool. Land: 36.6 x 54.1 / 54.7 (120’ x 177’/ 173’) approx.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 3.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday from 3pm

Contact

Annie Clewlow 0431 234 234 Ross Stryker 0401 318 772 Doug McLauchlan 0418 377 718

Office

266 Auburn Road hawthorn 9822 9999

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doNcaStEr EaSt 72 deep creek drive Sheer contemporary opulence in the golden mile and supreme designer style highlight this breathtaking five bedroom, three bathroom residence enjoying distant views, N/S tennis court and pool. Every conceivable luxury complements a lavish family domain convenient to schools, transport, shops and parks. Boasts elegant sitting and dining, split-level family area, fitted home cinema, lounge, chef’s kitchen (self clean ovens, steamer), zoned heating/cooling, BBQ area, Balinese pool house, 4-car auto garage.

Auction

Saturday 5th June at 11am

Inspect

thursday 6-6.30pm & Saturday 11-11.30 & 4-4.30pm

Contact

chris Barrett 0412 927 409 Leonard teplin 0402 431 657

Office

266 auburn road Hawthorn 9822 9999

Conj

chris Savvides 0417 599 664

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baLwyn 160 winmalee Road Taking its inspiration from the grand villas of the Mediterranean, this dignified C1941 brick family home offers large, airy rooms bathed in natural light and embellished with subtle art deco highlights. The elevated 892sqm/9600sqft (approx) garden allotment affords privacy and views of the Dandenong Ranges, whilst the flexible floorplan offers optional room usages with the versatility to incorporate a self-contained apartment ideally suited to in-law or teenage accommodation if desired. Land: 18.3m x 42.0m (60’ x 160’) approx.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 2.30pm

Inspect

wednesday 5.30-6pm, Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday from 2pm

Contact

Doug McLauchlan 0418 377 718 Ross Stryker 0401 318 772 annie Clewlow 0431 234 234

Office

266 auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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baLwyn/DEEpDEnE 2 Deepdene place a location of significant status and outstanding appeal surrounded by several leading schools complements the rich rewards suggested by this original 1930’s English inspired three bedroom, two bathroom family residence. with a street Frontage of 26.5m and depth of 25.1m(665sqm/7171sqft) approximately this is ideal for those wanting either comfortable period home with scope to renovate or offers the opportunity to build one/two luxury homes STCa. Land: 665sqm/7,171sqft (26.5m x 25.1m) approximately.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 11am

Contact

Cameron Edgoose 0438 064 212 Doug McLauchlan 0418 377 718 Kathy Malcolm 0416 279 966

Office

266 auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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ToorAk 644 orrong road The success with which Federation era appeal and stylish modern spaces are blended and balanced is the defining feature of this elegant four bedroom, three bathroom family residence. Luxuriously large living/dining areas link to the landscaped rear garden through a wall of spectacular full height, full width windows. A contemporary kitchen finished in white Ceasar Stone, fitted with Miele appliances provides an impressive accompaniment. Main bedroom with double shower en suite. Study space. Sauna. Double car-port. Close to Hawksburn village. Land: 703sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 2.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 2pm

Contact

Peter Bennison 0418 332 864 Matthew Wassylko 0412 793 544 Justin Long 0418 537 973

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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ToorAk 3 Edward Street Cleverly refurbished, surprisingly spacious contemporary town- residence is perfectly located between Hawksburn and Toorak Villages. Polished boards flow through generous living/dining and modern European kitchen opening to North-facing private garden. Downstairs bedroom with ensuite is complemented upstairs by main bedroom (BIr), sleek en-suite bathroom, third bedroom (BIr) and mezzanine study/living. Features double-glazing, solar power and hotwater, air-conditioning, alarm, hydronic-heating, security intercom, powder-room, laundry, double-garage.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 10am

Contact

Dean Gilbert 0418 994 939 James McCormack 0410 503 389

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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ARmAdAlE 25 Clarendon Street Irresistibly appealing solid-brick Edwardian delivers superbly stylish and light-filled spaces walking distance to High Street, Union Street Park and Armadale Station. Balticpine flows through wide hallway to formal sitting/dining room (OFP), contemporary European kitchen and generous living/dining room opening to north-facing courtyard. Two spacious bedrooms (BIRs and OFPs) are complemented by stylish bathroom and Euro-laundry. Features ducted-heating, RC/air-conditioning, drip-system, 2xOSP.

Auction

Saturday 29th may at 1.30pm

Inspect

Wednesday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1.30-2pm

Contact

madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913 John manton 0411 444 930 Andrew Hayne 0418 395 349

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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SOUTH yARRA 1/28 St leonards Court Stylishly refurbished ground-level apartment in prized boutique deco building, delivers an enviable indoor/outdoor lifestyle metres to the Botanic Gardens and domain Road cafes. Natural light streams through generous living/ dining room opening to leafy courtyard, superbly appointed European kitchen, main bedroom (BIR) with courtyard, second bedroom (BIR), stylish bathroom, Euro-laundry and separate powder-room. Features reverse cycle airconditioning, security entrance, lock-up garage.

Auction

Saturday 29th may at 1.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 12.45-1.15pm

Contact

James mcCormack 0410 503 389 dean Gilbert 0418 994 939

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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SouTh yArrA 79 Mason Street Brilliantly situated in a highly prized location between the Botanic Gardens and Fawkner Park, this classic solid-brick Victorian cottage represents an affordable opportunity to enjoy a highly sought after lifestyle. Currently in comfortable condition and with plans for an impressive architect-designed extension (STCA), it comprises light-filled living/dining, capable kitchen, main bedroom, additional living room or second bedroom and bathroom. Features light-well, air-conditioner.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm

Contact

Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913 John Manton 0411 444 930 John Bongiorno 0418 328 056

Office

1111 high Street Armadale 9822 9999

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SouTh yArrA 304/4 Cromwell road Exclusive apartment positioned minutes to hawksburn Village in the highly regarded 4 Cromwell development. Well zoned accomm features spacious main bedroom, WIr/ en-suite, 2nd bed with BIrs and contemporary bathroom. Gourmet Miele kitchen boast’s stone bench tops and opens to significant L-shaped living/dining room & large sitting room all enjoying generous full width balcony. Further enhanced by; separate laundry, excellent security, storage cage, zoned heat/cool, double glazing & 2 basement car parks.

www.4cromwellroad.com.au Forthcoming Auction Inspect

Wednesday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 11.30-12noon

Contact

James McCormack 0410 503 389 Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271

Office

1111 high Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MElBouRnE 1702/576-578 St Kilda Road Exceptional 17th floor 3 bedroom sub-penthouse apartment with four car garaging featuring superb light filled living with every room enjoying the outlook over St. Kilda Road. The focal point of this stunning apartment is the central living & entertaining area of fabulous proportions including designer kitchen with marble bench tops. Master bedroom suite encompasses WIRs, state-of-the-art bathroom & study, 2 further well-zoned bedrooms central bathroom & powder room enjoy a wing of their own. Building facilities include: pool, gym, steam room, spa & sauna, cinema, meeting room & concierge. A fabulous opportunity too good to miss!

For Sale $1,695,000 Inspect

Thursday 11.30-12noon & Saturday 3.30-4pm

Contact

Andrew Hayne 0418 395 349 Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MAlVERn 24 Evandale Road Idyllically situated in a quiet cul-de-sac near Glenferrie Road, this block-fronted Victorian residence’s compelling appeal is superbly enhanced by its contemporary style and stunning garden setting. Baltic-pine flows through arched hallway, sitting room/third bedroom (oFP), two double bedrooms (BIRs/oFPs), bathroom, spacious living and dining room and contemporary kitchen opening to beautiful leafy garden. Features ducted heating, 3xRC/air-conditioners, alarm, oSP.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 11.30am

Inspect

Wednesday 11-11.30am & Saturday 1-1.30pm

Contact

John Manton 0411 444 930 Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 Andrew Hayne 0418 395 349

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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malveRn 20a Horace Street Superbly situated luxurious town-residence delivers a sophisticated, low maintenance lifestyle. Generous light-filled proportions define entrance hall, sitting and dining room (OFP) opening to north-facing courtyard and contemporary stone kitchen with casual living/dining opening to second courtyard. Downstairs bedroom (WIR) and bathroom are complemented upstairs by two large bedrooms (WIR/BIR) both with en-suites. Features ducted-heating/ cooling, alarm, laundry, double-garage.

Auction

Saturday 29th may at 10.30am

Inspect

Wednesday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 2.30-3pm

Contact

madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913 John manton 0411 444 930 andrew Hayne 0418 395 349

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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malveRn eaST 13 Westgarth Street amidst the leafy tranquillity of a Gascoigne border position, this charming, Federation era residence offers elegantly presented current day spaces with exciting prospects for future renovation/ extension (STCa). 2 bedrooms (BIRs), the main with box bay window, precede formal living (marble OFP), zoned formal dining, informal living/ dining, modern kitchen. Rear courtyard garden with spa, leadlight feature windows, ducted heating.

Auction

Saturday 5th June at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 11.30-12noon

Contact

anthony Reis 0417 352 774 James Redfern 0412 360 667

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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MalvERn EaSt 38 Darling Road Sensational 1936 solid-brick family residence provides a stunning blend of contemporary designer style and Deco elegance. Deco features distinguish entrance hall, elegant sitting room, OFP, four bedrooms, BIRs, and two stylish bathrooms. Expansive living and dining with state-of-theart Miele kitchen opens to spectacular northeast garden encompassing entertaining terrace, solar-heated pool, recreation room/gym. Features zoned ducted heating & refrigerated cooling, watering-system, audio-wiring, autogates, laundry.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 3.30pm

Inspect

thursday & Saturday 1.30-2pm

Contact

Mark Williams 0425 819 144 John Morrisby 0411 875 476

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

marshallwhite.com.au

MalvERn EaSt 8 Millewa avenue the sensational transformation of this alluring 3 bedroom Californian Bungalow showcases a contemporary extension with excellent indoor-outdoor entertaining spaces extending to a sparkling in ground pool and spa. Features formal living (gas fire), striking CaesarStone kitchen, open plan family living/dining, covered entertaining deck, deep rear garden with drought tolerant landscaping, and tandem carport.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 10.30am

Inspect

thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 10am

Contact

anthony Reis 0417 352 774 Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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maLveRn 1/1 acre Place Classically-inspired two-storey town residence with views to Dandenongs offering luxurious low-maintenance lifestyle with superb interior comprising parquetry floors, north-facing elegant living, open-plan kitchen/dining and courtyard, three bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIR/ensuite) bathroom, laundry and powder room. Includes security/ intercom, alarm, ducted heating/cooling/vacuum, granite bench-tops, Smeg S/S appliances, remote/double garage (internal access). Brilliantly located close to fashionable shops, restaurants, prestige schools, transport CityLink/CBD access.

Auction

Saturday 5th June at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday 11-11.30am

Contact

Joe muinos 0423 222 043 James Tostevin 0417 003 333 mark Williams 0425 819 144

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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maLveRn eaST 30 Batesford Road Impressively renovated c1948 solid-brick family residence brilliantly blends both original Deco appeal and superb contemporary style. Ornate ceilings and polished boards distinguish entrance hall, elegant sitting room (OFP), formal dining, main bedroom with BIR/en-suite, three further bedrooms and stylish bathroom. Sleek modern kitchen and generous light-filled living/dining room open to beautifully landscaped west-facing garden. Features ducted-heating, evaporative cooling, garaging for two cars.

Auction

Saturday 29th may at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday & Saturday 1.30-2pm

Contact

Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 085 John morrisby 0411 875 476

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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GlEn IRIS 18 Clyde Street Totally charming Edwardian residence combines enduring period charm with contemporary family style in an ever convenient location, walking distance to Central Park and Hedgeley Dene. Timber boards flow through central hallway to sitting room/4th bedroom (OFP/BIR), three further bedrooms (BIRs) and dual access bathroom. Generous open plan living/dining with well appointed kitchen opens to deep private garden. Features ducted-heating, 2xRC/airconditioners, security alarm, watering- system, second toilet, OSP for two cars.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 11.45-12.15pm

Contact

John Morrisby 0411 875 476 Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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GlEn IRIS 166 Tooronga Road Immaculate solid-brick period residence on sensational corner allotment provides immediate family comfort with potential to renovate/ rebuild or develop (STCA). Ornate ceilings and polished boards distinguish spacious entrance hall, generous living and dining room, main bedroom, BIR/ en-suite, three further double bedrooms, bathroom and well-equipped kitchen with meals area opens to west-facing garden. Features gas-heater, laundry, 3rd toilet, 2OSPs.

Auction

Saturday 5th June at 1.30pm

Inspect

Thursday & Saturday 2.15-2.45pm

Contact

Mark Williams 0425 819 144 Anthony Reis 0417 352 774

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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Glen IRIs 4/4 Karana Place Quietly nestled in a cul de sac close to Gardiners Creek parkland and transport, this immaculate north facing villa basks in glorious natural light. A manicured group of 7 provides a superior quality setting for low maintenance living whilst a private courtyard garden offers tranquil alfresco enjoyment. Refined living (bay window, gas OFP), adjoining dining, well appointed kitchen, 2 bedrooms (dual BIRs). Water tank, remote single garage.

Auction

saturday 22nd May at 12noon

Inspect

Wednesday 11-11.30am & saturday from 11.30am

Contact

Anthony Reis 0417 352 774 Andrew Wilkie 0408 441 151

Office

1111 High street Armadale 9822 9999

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KeW 2 Highfield Grove This impressive designer single level town home’s pleasing spaces are attractively quiet yet only moments from Kew Junction. Generous living and dining areas lead to lightfilled family-room/everyday dining opening to a northerly courtyard complemented by automatic awning. Main bedroom accompanied by WIRs and luxuriously large spa en suite enjoys its own zone, separate from two further bedrooms and second bathroom. Granite and smeg equipped kitchen. Heating, air-conditioning, ducted vacuum, alarm and secure double garage. A quality Kew opportunity with an emphasis on relaxed low maintenance living.

Auction

saturday 22nd May at 1.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 2-2.30pm & saturday from 1pm

Contact

nicholas Franzmann 0412 247 175 Mark Dayman 0409 342 462

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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KEW 180 Princess Street Executor's Auction - Superbly presented late 1930s family home surrounded by rambling cottage gardens. Just refurbished with generous accommodation comprising three double bedrooms, study, bathroom and laundry (separate WC). The rear of the house features light-filled formal living and dining, stylish kitchen, informal living/dining plus paved entertaining area. Close Willsmere Village, Kew Junction, CBD/Eastern Freeway, schools, parks and golf courses. Includes alarm, ducted heating, R/C airconditioner, carport+OSP. Land: 733sqm/7,890sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 11.30am

Quote

Over $880,000

Inspect

Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 3.30-4pm

Contact

Joe Muinos 0423 222 043 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthron 9822 9999

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KEW 12 Stansell Street This classic single-fronted Edwardian cottage is situated at the end of an iconic row of similar cottages presenting a rare opportunity in a quiet Kew cul-de-sac. Existing accommodation comprises hallway, two bedrooms (BIRs), full-width living room (OFP), kitchen/meals, study area, laundry and bathroom. Good-sized garden offers enticing options for extension out/up (STCA). Includes period features, ducted heating and bungalow.

Auction

Saturday 5th June at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 1.15-1.45pm

Contact

Mark Sutherland 0418 691 585 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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keW 58 Studley Park Road An enviable Studley Park precinct lifestyle complements the faultless presentation, superb living spaces and luxurious appointments throughout this contemporary split-level residence comprising formal sitting, separate dining, three bedrooms and study/4th bedroom (all BIRs/ensuites, main/ WIR/ensuite/spa), laundry, north-facing kitchen/dining/living area, sun-drenched courtyard, upstairs retreat with balcony. Lower-level indoor pool, bathroom/sauna, cellar/storage (cool room). Includes low-maintenance surroundings, security/intercom, ducted heating/cooling/vacuum, S/S appliances, remote/gates double garage+OSP.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday from 10am

Contact

Mark Sutherland 0418 691 585 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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keW 83 Tennyson Street Classic DF brick Victorian residence on approx 719sqm/7,739.3sqft allotment offering an abundance of period character/charm and comprises arched hallway, elegant sitting room, main bedroom (BIRs/OFP/ensuite), 3 additional bedrooms, bathroom, informal living room, wellappointed kitchen/meals area opening out onto a north/ west deep rear garden. An exciting opportunity to further improve/renovate or extend in this sought after location (STCA). Including air-conditioning, gas ducted heating, laundry, and garden shed, carport and two OSP.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday from 10am

Contact

Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399 Antony Woodley 0421 286 741

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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kew eASt 31 Sutherland Avenue A marvellous light-filled home perfect for families to enjoy with its large deck providing flowing indoor/outdoor entertaining areas and convenient location. Fully renovated interior comprises four bedrooms (BIRs), two bathrooms, laundry; spacious formal/informal living areas and super CaesarStone, S/S kitchen open to the deck and garden with paved play area. Includes alarm, parquetry floors, ducted heating, R/C airconditioner, storage shed, water tank.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 11.30am

Inspect

thursday 10.15-10.45am & Saturday from 11am

Contact

James tostevin 0417 003 333 Stuart evans 0402 067 710

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAwtHORN 29 Hill Street eXeCUtORS AUCtION - Historically significant, “Grasmere” C.1858, is one of the area’s earliest surviving residences. thoroughly enjoyed and sympathetically maintained by generations of the same family for over 80 years, 4 principal rooms (x2 OFPs, x2 bay windows) precede living/ dining (OFP), kitchen and bathroom, all added in more recent times. A deep, north facing rear presents incredibly desirable inspiration for renovation/ extension (StCA). Land 852sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 10.30am

Inspect

thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday from 10am

Contact

Nicholas Franzmann 0412 247 175 Mark Dayman 0409 342 462

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAwTHoRn 55 Morang Road Little has changed in over 50 years – the outlook over Morang Reserve remains uninterrupted and the Riverside locale is still one of Hawthorn’s best. This charming two bedroom home’s position on a 590sqm (approx) allotment backing onto Power Avenue is more highly sought-after than ever. Fully renovate, build a breathtaking new residence or redevelop (STCA) close to schools, shopping, transport.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 2.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday from 2pm

Contact

Antony woodley 0421 286 741 Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAwTHoRn 110 Robinson Road A surprisingly deep allotment of 416sqm/4,492sqft (approx), northern orientation, coveted Scotch College Hill precinct location and untapped potential for renovation/ modernisation, are the key features of this semi-detached home comprising entrance foyer, two bedrooms, bathroom, modern north-facing kitchen, laundry (separate wC), expansive living and dining rooms, deck, garden with bungalow providing flexible usage. Includes period features, ducted heating, roof storage, shed, carport + tandem/oSP.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 1.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm

Contact

Joe Munios 0423 222 043 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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hawthoRn EaSt 36 Station Street Set behind two weeping mulberry trees this deceptively spacious double fronted Edwardian home complemented by impressive ornate pressed metal ceilings, abundance of period features and a stylish rear extension overlooking a skilfully landscaped courtyard garden. Comprising three bedrooms (BIR’s), spacious/light living room with double doors leading out onto a merbau entertaining deck, wellappointed chefs kitchen, adjoining meals area, central bathroom, gas ducted heating & security alarm.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 12.30pm

Inspect

thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm

Contact

Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399 James tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 auburn Road hawthorn 9822 9999

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hawthoRn EaSt 1/35 Clifton Road Beautifully presented master-built town-residence delivers spacious and light-filled living near tooronga Village and anderson Park. Polished boards flow through entrance hall to generous living room, formal dining, bright well-equipped kitchen and light-filled casual living/dining room opening to attractive north-facing courtyard. Main bedroom with en-suite & built-in robes are complemented by two further bedrooms (BIRs) and bathroom. Features private front garden, alarm, central-heating, reverse cycle airconditioner, laundry, double-garage.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 1.30pm

Inspect

thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday from 1pm

Contact

Mark Sutherland 0418 691 585 Dean Gilbert 0418 994 939

Office

266 auburn Road hawthorn 9822 9999

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hawThoRn 38/65 Riversdale Road Sensational boutique garden apartment is brilliantly enhanced by its stylish refurbishment and enviable location near Glenferrie Road and Fairview Park. Polished boards flow through living/dining room with study area and large west-facing balcony. Fabulous modern kitchen is appointed with stone benches. Two double bedrooms (BIRs) are complemented by stylish new bathroom. Features panelheating, security intercom, Euro-laundry, basement carpark, storage cage.

Auction

Saturday 5th June at 9.30am

Inspect

wednesday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm

Contact

Justin Krongold 0403 163 355 John Manton 0411 444 930 Stuart Evans 0402 067 710

Office

266 auburn Road hawthorn 9822 9999

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caMBERwELL 19 Davis avenue Located on a quiet 794m2 corner block, just off Burke Road, this delightful 6 bedroom home offers flexible living with space for the biggest family. Built in the 1970s by Fasham Johnson it retains a relaxed feel and has been designed to capture views and natural light. Incl. 3 distinct entertaining zones, 3 bathrooms, parking for 2 cars. whilst comfortable now, it will respond well to a contemporary update.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday & Saturday 12-12.30pm

Contact

Stephen Gough 0439 844 855 Kathy Malcolm 0416 279 966 Michael Liu 0402 699 076

Office

266 auburn Road hawthorn 9822 9999

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CaMBERWEll 28 Moorhouse Street Elegant two-storey tuck-pointed brick Victorian terrace in cul-de-sac close to Maling Road, Camberwell Junction, many of Melbourne’s finest schools plus transport options. Boasting superbly crafted period features complemented by sympathetic renovations/refurbishing. Comprises formal sitting, separate dining, powder room, laundry, kitchen/ dining/living, north-facing paved courtyard and deep rear garden. Upstairs three bedrooms, study, two bathrooms. Includes Plantation shutters, ducted heating, split-system airconditioners, motorised blinds, remote three-car garage+storage, ROW.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday from 12noon

Contact

Hamish Tostevin 0408 004 766 Stuart Evans 0402 067 710

Office

266 auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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SURREy HIllS 64 Croydon Road Beautifully presented timber Edwardian residence offers an abundance of cleverly zoned family spaces near parks, shops, schools and transport. Ornate ceilings distinguish sitting room (OFP), formal dining (OFP), three bedrooms (2OFPs) and bathroom. Children’s zone upstairs comprises two further bedrooms, bathroom and home-theatre/living. Spacious well-appointed kitchen and light-filled living/ dining open to deep garden. Features ducted-heating, alarm, sprinklers, laundry, third toilet, OSP.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm

Contact

Chris Burne 0412 310 535 Doug Mclauchlan 0418 377 718

Office

266 auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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surrey hills 15a Graham street Modern single level home on compact, low maintenance allotment in quiet, convenient location. Comprises: living room, well-appointed kitchen, meals area, family room opening to sunny northerly courtyard, main bedroom with ensuite, 2nd double bedroom, study or third bedroom, family bathroom, double garage.

Auction

saturday 5th June at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday & saturday 12-12.30pm

Contact

ross stryker 0401 318 772 Doug Mclauchlan 0418 377 718

Office

266 Auburn road hawthorn 9822 9999

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surrey hills 1/60 union road This instantly appealing elevated front single level townhouse close to surrey hills Village boasts tranquil leafy outlooks and a beautifully presented light-filled interior comprising entrance hall opening to a gorgeous living room with bay window overlooking the private enclosed garden, north-facing kitchen/meals, laundry, bathroom (separate WC), two bedrooms (main/Wir/ensuite) plus study/3rd bedroom. Other features: alarm, ducted heating, new carpets, r/C airconditioner and remote/double garage.

Auction

saturday 29th May at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 11-11.30am & 2-2.30pm & saturday 10-10.30am

Contact

hamish Tostevin 0408 004 766 DĂŠsirĂŠe Wakim 0412 336 266

Office

266 Auburn road hawthorn 9822 9999

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docklAndS 701/60 Siddeley Street State-of-the-art riverfront living is at its luxurious best with this outstanding 3 bedroom apartment opening to an absolutely massive alfresco terrace - the best in ‘Flinders Wharf’ - plus breathtaking Yarra views. A blue chip investment including access to indoor pool and gymnasium. This sophisticated single-level domain offers video intercom, heating/cooling, double glazing, living/dining, Miele kitchen (espresso machine, wine fridge), 2 bathrooms, 2 x basement parking.

Auction

Saturday 29th May at 12noon

Inspect

Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 2.45-3.15pm

Contact

leonard Teplin 0402 431 657 chris Barrett 0412 927 409

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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MonT AlBeRT 2/368 Mont Albert Road Immaculately presented two-storey town residence in the complex set around the former St Georges church, beautifully designed to complement surroundings comp living rm, granite oP kitchen/dining, 3 BR (main/ensuite/ WIR), bath, powder rm, 2 c'yards. Incl security/intercom, polished floors, ducted heat, air con.

Auction

Saturday 22nd May at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 10.15-10.45am & Saturday from 12noon

Contact

Geordie dixon 0418 588 399 Sally kirwan 0412 979 449

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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MaLVeRn east 25 Bruce street Immaculately presented c1958 brick residence on deep west-facing allotment in sought after family-friendly location offers enormous scope to extend, modernise or rebuild/develop (stCa). Comprises formal living (OFP), formal dining, two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and doublegarage.

Auction sat 29th May at 2.30pm Inspect thursday & saturday 2.15-2.45pm Contact John Morrisby 0411 875 476 Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058 Office 1111 High street armadale

MaLVeRn east 24 Gillman street Charming solid-brick Victorian with heatedpool blends period elegance & family comfort through sitting room, formal dining, main BR, WIR/en-suite, 2 further BRs, study/4th BR, bathroom, stylish Miele/Ilve kitchen & living/ dining. Feat heating/aircon, alarm, garage, rainwater-tank. Land: 581sqm/6,252sqft approx.

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MaLVeRn 47 Milton street sensational three level town-residence is defined by contemporary style through living/ dining, gourmet kitchen, dining, main bedroom (WIR/en-suite), two further bedrooms, bathroom, living-area, living/ home-theatre/4th bedroom and powder-room. Features panelheating, alarm, double-garage.

Auction sat 29th May at 2.30pm Inspect thursday 1-1.30pm & saturday 2-2.30pm Contact Rae tomlinson 0418 336 234 Hugh tomlinson 0409 427 483 Office 1111 High street armadale 9822 9999

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Auction sat 29th May at 1.30pm Inspect thursday & saturday 2-2.30pm Contact Chris Burne 0412 310 535 Mark Williwmas 0425 819 144 Office 1111 High street armadale

MaLVeRn east 1a ardire Road this vacant allotment represents a rare opportunity to put plans into action and secure a sensational future close to ardrie Park. north facing rear aspects add a significant natural advantage to appealing proportions. side lane ROW option. Land 300sqm/3,228sqft (approx)

Auction sat 29th May at 11.30am Agent on Site thursday 11.30-11.45am & saturday 3-3.15pm Contact John Morrisby 0411 875 476 Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058 Office 1111 High street armadale

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PRAHRAn 32 Harvey Street Brilliantly situated solid-brick renovated period residence is defined by superb style & beautiful proportions through main BR, en-suite/WIR, 2 further BRs (1OFP), study, bathroom, gourmet kitchen, generous living/dining & north-facing courtyard. Features central-heating, laundry, attic storage, auto-gate, 2xOSP.

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gLen IRIS 15 Atkins Avenue Quiet cul-de-sac seclusion and sought-after convenience define the sublime position of this charming 1930s 3 bedroom home on a 760sqm allotment (approx) with pool/spa near private schools, Burke Road, trains and parkland. Completely comfortable with potential.

Auction Sat 22nd May at 10.30am Inspect Wednesday 2.15-2.45pm & Saturday from 10am Contact John Manton 0411 444 930 Andrew Hayne 0418 395 349 Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913 Office 1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

Auction Sat 22nd May at 2.30pm Inspect Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 2pm Contact Chris Barrett 0412 927 409 Leonard Teplin 0402 431 657

gLen IRIS 1659 Malvern Road The immediate appeal of this comfortable solidbrick period residence is brilliantly enhanced by its considerable renovation/development potential (STCA). Comprising three bedrooms (BIRs), two bathrooms, formal living, kitchen, dining and expansive living. Feat ducted-heat, alarm, garage, ROW. Land 590sqm approx.

Inspect Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 11am Contact Chris Burne 0412 310 535 Mark Williams 0425 819 144 Office 1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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HAWTHORn eAST 7 Maraquita grove This inviting three bedroom, two bathroom town residence’s appealing proportions enjoy a culde-sac setting of considerable convenience. Dual living areas, central study and gleaming granite kitchen lead to landscaped northerly courtyard. Automatic garage.

Auction Sat 22nd May at 10.30am Inspect Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 10am Contact Duane Wolowiec 0418 567 581 Mark Sproule 0408 090 205 Office 266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAwTHorn EAST 36 roseberry Street Attractive two-storey Federation-style townhouse embracing Fritsch Holzer Park comp polished timber entry, sitting room, powder room & laundry, open-plan kitchen/dining/living, deck/ courtyard (park access). upstairs 3 Brs (Birs, main/balcony), bathroom. includes alarm, ducted heating, split-system airconditioners, carport.

Auction Sat 22nd May at 12.30pm Inspect Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday from 12noon Contact Duane wolowiec 0418 567 581 Mark Sproule 0408 090 205 Office 266 Auburn road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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SurrEy HillS 3/5 Middlesex road A stylish modern interior highlights this superb two bedroom villa unit nestled towards the rear of an exclusive block. Perfect proportions, northfacing living, gourmet kitchen/meals, bathroom, laundry, ducted heating, air-con and courtyard. luG. walk to trains, shops, parks.

SurrEy HillS 1 Suffolk road This corner allotment of approx 610 sqm accompanies a brick one of a pair two bedroom classic deco. Easily updated it is enhanced by double garage. Generous rear block (approx 246sqm) delivers dual occupancy/sub-division development scope, STCA, close to Surrey Hills station.

Inspect Thursday 5-5.30pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm Contact Anthony reis 0417 352 774 Stuart Evans 0402 067 710 Office 266 Auburn road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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Auction Sat 22nd May at 12.30pm Inspect Thursday 3-3.30pm & Saturday from 12noon Contact Chris Barrett 0412 927 409 leonard Teplin 0402 431 657 Office 266 Auburn road Hawthorn

HAwTHorn EAST 5/12-14 Symonds Street Boasting great views this two bedroom refurbished second floor apartment commands an enviable position. Comprising entrance hall, two double bedrooms (Bir’s), living/dining, balcony, s/s kitchen, modern bathroom with bath and laundry facilities. Features gas heating, polished timber floors, carport on title.

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Auction Sat 29th May at 10.30am Inspect Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 10-10.30am Contact Andrew wilkie 0408 441 151 Nick Ptak 0413 370 442 Office 266 Auburn road Hawthorn

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ST KILDA WEST 367 Beaconsfield Parade This rare 4 storey Victorian mansion has been beautifully renovated while retaining a unique homely and relaxed feel. The house offers approximately 100 sqs of internal living, 6+ bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and magnificent formal and informal living zones retaining many original features. There is a well established private rear garden and double garaging. Located opposite and with stunning views of Catani Gardens, St Kilda Pier and Beach, the property is a minute’s walk from Fitzroy and Acland Street shops and restaurants and 5 minutes from Albert Park.

Expressions of Interest Closing Thursday 10th June at 3.00pm View Strictly By Appointment Thurs & Sat 3.00 - 3.45pm Call Anthony Grimwade 0418 382 226 Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 C/Agent Kay & Burton, 226 Toorak Road, South Yarra Nicole Gleeson 0414 809 221 Alex Schiavo 0419 239 549

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KEW 896 Glenferrie Road Comaques is one of Melbourne’s most beautifully preserved Victorian Italianate mansions, circa 1891, featuring a tower with 360 degree panoramic views, soaring intricate ceilings, chandeliers, bay windows and open fireplaces. Only moments to Glenferrie Road, private schools and transport. Grand entry, elegant lounge, dining, granite kitchen, atrium meals, family room, rumpus, 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, study, ducted heating, air-conditioning, wine bar, cellar, pool, spa, security system and double garage. Land size 1,162m2 approx.

Auction Saturday 5th June at 1.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Call Phillip French 0411 090 987 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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TOORAK 2 Carmyle Avenue Elda. Substantial period 2 storey solid brick residence in coveted cul-de-sac location with potential to renovate, or superb new home site. Situated in a park- like garden, on land of 935m² (10,060sq ft) approx. The property comprises: Grand entrance hall, formal sitting room, dining room, study, kitchen and meals area. Upstairs are 4 bedrooms and family bathroom. Separate to the house is a self contained one bedroom flat (bedroom, living/ kitchen, bathroom) and 3 car garage.

Auction Saturday 5th June at 3:00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.45pm Call Richard Hornidge 0412 380 087 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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TOORAK 113 Canterbury Road Modern free standing home close to Toorak Village, schools and transport. Formal living and dining opening to east facing front court yard, study area, powder room, European kitchen, informal living and dining opening to rear north west facing courtyard. Upstairs: Main bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe, 2nd bedroom with walk in robe, 3rd and 4th bedroom with built in robes, main bathroom and open plan study area. 3 garaged car parks, heating/cooling and alarm.

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Saturday 5th June at 1.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.45pm Sarah Case 0439 431 020 Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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EAST MELBOURNE 99 Hotham Street Stunning double fronted Victorian balconied residence superbly located and renovated close to the MCG, Fitzroy Gardens and the city on a generous allotment of 605m² (approx). Features: Entrance hall, formal lounge and dining (both with open fire places), study, modern kitchen and family room opening on to the private established garden with inground pool and bathroom with laundry facilities. Upstairs: 5 generous bedrooms (main with walk in robe and ensuite) and family bathroom. Off street parking via R.O.W.

Auction Saturday 5th June at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Saturday 12.00 - 12.45pm Call Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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MALVERN EAST 23 Ferncroft Avenue Beautifully presented 4 or 5 bedroom contemporary family residence with flood lit tennis court in the Hedgeley Dene precinct close to major schools. Formal lounge and separate dining, study or 5th bedroom, full bathroom, open plan kitchen and meals with dual family rooms opening to western garden. Upstairs: Main bedroom with walk in robe and marble ensuite opening to terrace, 3 further generous bedrooms (all with built in robes) and main bathroom. Ducted and split cycle heating and cooling, return driveway and twin garaging. Land size 1,300m2 approx.

Auction Saturday 5th June at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.45pm Call Simon Hicks 0413 713 000 Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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MALVERN EAST 100 Burke Road Central Park Place. Six just completed apartments in Malvern East’s most desirable setting. Uninterrupted aspects over Central Park, proximity to Hedgeley Dene Gardens, shops and views to the Dandenongs complement a range of 2 and 3 bedroom floor-plans. Open-plan living spaces, studies, courtyards and terraces. Featuring 2 Pac joinery, kitchens with Corian bench-tops, Miele appliances fully tiled bathrooms and heating/cooling throughout lead a comprehensive list of comforts. Lift access, storage rooms and basement garaging for 2 cars.

Private Sale View Wednesday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.45pm Call Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 Mellisa Rigter 0433 247 784 Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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SOUTH YARRA 50 Argo Street This award winning home is close to South Yarra Village, Prahran Market, schools and transport. Entry with staircase to North facing sitting, living and dining opening to courtyard and pool. Downstairs 4th bedroom/study with bathroom and powder room. Upstairs: Master bedroom, 2nd bedroom, family bathroom, large 2nd sitting room with bar and balcony also accessed from the main bedroom and library. 3rd upstairs bedroom with separate staircase access and large Western balcony. Floor heating, cooling and double garage with cellar.

Expressions of Interest Closing Wednesday 2nd June at 5.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View By Appointment Wednesday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Call Sarah Case 0439 431 020 Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873. Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

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SOUTH YARRA 32-34 Park Street A pair of ornate Victorian balconied terraces that have been converted into one elegant, double fronted home, offering the opportunity to either retain as one property or to return to two single fronted terraces on their own titles. The interiors have been designed to allow flexible use of the spaces. Grand entry, 4-5 BRs, 2 studies and/or library, 2 bathrms and 1 powderrm, kitchen/living/dining, sep formal living, cellar, LU garaging for 2 cars with further OSP for 3 cars and hydronic heating. Auction Saturday 29th May at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Call David Colbran 0418 348 481 Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

TOORAK 296A Williams Road This large light filled townhouse finished to the highest standard offers both formal and informal living zones, minutes to the Toorak Village, Como Park, Yarra River and many of Melbourne’s best private schools. Features: Large entrance foyer, formal lounge and dining room, gourmet chefs kitchen overlooking open plan meals and casual family area opening to rear private courtyard garden. Upstairs: 3 large bedrooms, main (ensuite and WIR), 2nd bathroom and study. Lift, basement 4 car garage, 2 store rooms, intercom and heat/cool.

Auction Saturday 22nd May at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 1.00 - 1.30pm & Saturday from 10.30am Call Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 Sarah Case 0439 431 020 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 Wednesday & Saturday 2.00 - 2.45pm Call Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 Sarah Case 0439 431 020 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

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.

Auction View Call Office

Monday 22nd May at 2.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday 2.00 - 2.30pm & Saturday from 1.30pm Phillip French 0411 090 987 Karl Luff 0437 072 056 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

MALVERN EAST 3/333 Wattletree Road As new single level residence showcasing magnificent proportions and sophisticated finishes. Open plan living and dining with vaulted ceiling, study overlooking landscaped courtyard, marble and Miele kitchen, two generous bedrooms, master with walk-in robe and en suite. European Oak parquetry, plantation shutters, marble bathrooms and Villeroy & Boch fittings. Security, lift access, double basement parking, storage, all situated close to Central Park and Village shops.

Auction Saturday 5th June at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 5.30 - 6.00pm & Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm Call Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 Mellisa Rigter 0433 247 784 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


MELBOURNE 328/63 Spencer Street 3rd floor double storey Grand Central apartment on the north east corner offering large formal sitting and formal dining, kitchen with casual meals area, laundry, guest powder room, 3 double bedrooms (2 with ensuites) plus mezzanine study. Security entry and lift, ducted heating and cooling and one car space on title. Facilities include pool/gym/spa/sauna. Just a short stroll to Southern Cross Station and the tram.

Expressions of Interest Closing Monday 31st May at 2.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 2.00 - 2.30pm & Saturday 2.45 - 3.15pm Call David Colbran 0418 348 481 Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

TOORAK 16/264 Williams Road This G.E Hubay designed town residence at the rear of the “Poplars� block features an oversized paved courtyard and garden and is within walking distance to Toorak and Hawksburn Villages, Como Park and transport. Large open plan living and dining all opening out to a north east facing courtyard and garden, European kitchen, laundry and study area. Upstairs: 3 bedrooms (master with ensuite and walk in robe) plus a main bathroom. 2 undercover car parks (one lock up garage), heating/cooling, alarm and intercom.

Auction View Call Office

Saturday 5th June at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday 12.00 - 12.45pm & Saturday 11.00 - 11.45am Sarah Case 0439 431 020 Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


PORT MELBOURNE 65 Bridge Street Raise your family in one of Port Melbourne’s iconic homes. Resting on a large corner block of approx 533 sqm, yet within walking distance to Albert Park Village and Bay Street, the rambling 1920’s shingle fronted, Californian Bungalow is currently configured as three dwellings, but could easily be transformed back into a 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom home. A ballroom sized living room, the heart of this character rich residence is complimented by period features which extend throughout.

Auction Saturday 5th June at 12.30pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 12.00 - 12.30pm & Saturday 3.00 - 3.30pm Call Simon Jones 0418 531 243 Gerald Betts 0418 371 855 Nick Yannopoulos 0411 097 197 Office 133 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park 9699 7222 rtedgar.com.au

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

SOUTH YARRA 4/2 Pasley Street

TOORAK 4/568 Toorak Road

Elevated 1st floor, renovated apartment with uninterrupted views over Fawkner Park. Security entrance, 2 bedrooms both with built in robes, central bathroom with laundry facilities and open plan living/dining opening to West facing balcony. Under cover off street parking.

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.

Auction View Call Office

Auction View Call Office

Saturday 22nd May at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday 12.00 - 12.30pm & Saturday from 11.30am David Colbran 0418 348 481 Will Cooper 0409 963 204 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

Saturday 22nd May at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) Thursday 12.00 - 12.30pm & Saturday from 10.30am Phillip French 0411 090 987 Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


POSTCODE

POSTCODE

3944

3440

PORTSEA 4

4

2

KAY & BURTON, 5984 4744 7 Royal Avenue, Portsea Price: $2.35 million Private sale

MACEDON 5

3

5

KEATINGS REAL ESTATE, 5427 2999 Hammet Park, 15 Hammet Place, Bolobek Lakes Estate, Macedon Price: $1.75 million

Private sale

Case Del Porto is a private sanctuary. Whether hosting a full-scale party or accommodating family and friends, Case Del Porto is elegant, beautiful and timeless. Set in structured resort-style gardens of 1200 square metres and enjoying total privacy, there are courtyards and living areas flowing from one to the next. The property includes a master suite, two further guest suites, spacious library/fourth bedroom, open-plan kitchen, dining and lounge, fully equipped bar opening to the central courtyard, swimming pool and spa, double lock-up garage and more. “The courtyard at the front faces north. You feel like you are at a health retreat and need a white bathrobe,’’ says selling agent Liz Jensen. The courtyard in the middle is very much “bring me a drink’’, and at the back there is a lush private garden, which is a total escape. You haven’t been to Portsea until you’ve stayed here! Walk to the beach and the shops. \

Imagine living on two hectares at the most prestigious lifestyle address of the Macedon Ranges, in a quality house – the last built by renowned local builder Ewald Jeske before he retired – with stunning views to Mount Macedon and adjacent to one of the Bolobek lakes of which you casn be a part owner. The 354-square metre architect-designed bagged and painted brick-veneer residence features a sun-drenched north-facing kitchen, living areas and music room, all with double-glazed windows, entrance, study with pull-down access ladder to a large ceiling storage space, five large bedrooms (all with built-in robes and internet access points), three bathrooms, a laundry and a fully lined integrated triple garage. Other features of this five-year-old house include zoned central heating plus reverse-cycle air-conditioning, Chiminee Philippe open fireplace, ducted vacuum system, town water supply, automatic gates with intercom to the house and detached double garage/storage shed. \

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THIS INFORMATION WAS SUPPLIED BY KEATINGS REAL ESTATE

TOORAK 404/1 Wallace Avenue

MOUNT MACEDON 49 Alton Road

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.

Thorley Park. An authentic Mount Macedon classic with contemporary chic. In an irreplaceable setting of timeless terraced gardens sits the imposing architectural home with filtered views to Melbourne CBD. The garden is one of the finest examples on Mount Macedon approx 2800m2 2 road frontages.

For Sale View Call Office

Auction View Call Office

Vendor Says Sell, Moving Back to the UK, All Offers Considered Wednesday 12.00 - 12.30pm & Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

Saturday 29th May at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm Tom May 0413 996 185 Beverley Higgs 0448 271 2221 124 High Street, Woodend 5427 1222 rtedgar.com.au


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