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VIRGINIA TRIOLI \ THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE FLIGHT “When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.” – LEONARDO DA VINCI

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xcept for the day when the engine on your super-sized plane explodes. There is no greater rush, no greater delight, and no more extravagant act of faith, than to climb into the belly of a steel and titanium beast and submit yourself to the engineering forces of modern aviation – in contradiction of the rules of gravity, and in contradiction of the basic human state of doubt. Are they really going to be able to fly this thing? Well, let’s stay on board and find out. The hard way. You really can’t afford to think about it that much. Not when the third busiest air route in the world runs between Sydney and Melbourne and is now as remarkable as taking the local bus. About as comfortable, too. But when it comes to the still-exciting decision to fly at 40,000 feet for more than 14 hours to the other side of the world, how much consideration do we give to the incredible act of trust we routinely place in an airline company to get us through that perilous journey safely? For most people, not much. The cost of the fare is the decider. That’s why Russian airlines with unpronounceable names, made up of fleets of

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baggage rules that bewilder the flight crew and jam the cabins (one Qantas captain on a recent flight urged us to make our displeasure known to the company about the crowding); too many late or missed flights due to the one-off problem. This catastrophic failure – the third recent mid-air emergency – is just too scary, and requires much more engagement and reassurance from the company that it has clearly been prepared to give so far. Days one and two were very good for Qantas chief Alan Joyce: he was on the front foot and candidly engaged about the issue, but what about ever since? Spokespeople and bland media releases are never enough to maintain a trusting connection through an issue that goes to the very heart of mid-air safety. The entire consumer relationship with an airline is an act of faith, based on verifiable safety, decent service and immeasurable goodwill. Some of us will pay over the odds on that when it comes to the wonderful madness of flight. But if Qantas doesn’t get off its heinie soon and work pretty damn hard at that trust, we might not for too much longer. \ Virginia Trioli is the presenter of ABC News Breakfast on ABC 2, 6-9am weekdays Follow her on Twitter @LaTrioli


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Millions of MasterChef viewers fell for Poh Ling Yeow’s cooking and charm. Now, alongside her own TV show, she’s back working on her other passion, art. PeTer WILMoTh had lunch with her.

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’m standing outside Caffé e Cucina in Chapel Street waiting for Poh. That’s Poh Ling Yeow. But as a one-name celebrity, of course, you already knew who I was talking about. Poh texts me to say she’s held up in the rain. As I stand in the street the Italian waiters are asking who I’m waiting for. Is it my wife? No, not my wife, I say. Could I describe her, a waiter asks me. “Well, sure,” I started. “She’s kind of …” Well, she’s Poh. That’s all that needs to be said. But I didn’t say that, and then there she was, apologetic for being late, a little damp and ready to have lunch. It has to be said, and I don’t want to come over all Clive James here (yes I do; he writes like an angel) but does Poh light up a room! The self-deprecating don’t-take-life-too-seriously warmth she radiated on MasterChef that captured so many hearts is evident the moment she walks in. And also the moment she walked out, when those waiters with a sharp eye for female beauty queued to give her a goodbye hug (she had been in here for dinner the night before). At our table, it’s a chance to see up close the woman Australia fell for. And why a canny producer signed her up quick smart for her own TV show when the MasterChef adventure was over. The moment she appeared on Channel Ten’s monster hit, a lot of other doors were always going to open, and the result is fast-tracked national fame. “It’s a bit of a phenomenon, the celebrity thing,” she says. “It’s a fine line. I want to be recognised for doing things well, but I don’t like the notion of kids learning to worship for things they don’t know of. It’s a weird feeling when someone says, ‘I just adore you, I think everything you do is amazing’. It’s lovely to get compliments, but it’s slightly impersonal in a way. I’m so grateful for the support and love the Australian public have shown me. I haven’t had an ounce of negativity.” Poh is in town to attend the opening of an exhibition at the Libby Edwards Galleries in Armadale featuring nine of her paintings, so this is a chance to talk about her other job and passion, the work she does when she’s not hosting the ABC’s Poh’s Kitchen or writing cookbooks or being told by strangers how much they love her, that whole MasterChef thing, which we’ll get to later. The works in the show, according to the gallery, “explore the mythical girl/woman subject and her menagerie of animals”, character studies “inhabiting seductively ephemeral worlds”. “Each body of work (I do) is affected by colour and there is a certain mood that goes with it,” Poh says of the series of paintings of a young girl with a strong blue theme. “The last couple of bodies of work have been bright, positive colours. This one is contemplative

“I’m so grateful for the support and love the publIc have shown me.”

and there’s an inkling of darkness to them.” Poh is well aware of the need to connect with the market. “It’s really hard to balance that commerce and art thing and, as a commercial artist, you do have to acknowledge the realities of needing to make money. I think it’s silly when people ignore that reality … You can’t just make work that is completely alienating and introverted and nobody else will understand.” Art has always been central to her life. She is happy for the profile MasterChef has given her and is relishing the gruelling challenge of making 40 episodes of Poh’s Kitchen, but she loves and protects her life as an artist. “I never took that for granted. Every day I would wake up and think, ‘Wow, I am so lucky to be able to make a living out of something that I love’.” She deliberately organised an exhibition for October or November so she had “something really positive to come back to and remind myself where I came from – so if I got kicked out early I would have more time to paint for my exhibition. And if I got really far it was the really nice reminder to know where I came from and know what I love and know that that already made

me happy. So I didn’t need to prove that to anyone or myself. It’s a real grounding for me.” Poh describes her working habits when she’s painting, hitting the studio at her home in Adelaide about 3pm and painting until 4am or 5am. “No distractions, no one calling, no one emailing. I find it a really good time to work. It’s been really hard to have that sort of lifestyle while I’ve got my TV show on with lots of early-morning shoots. “I’ve always lived quite an undisciplined lifestyle in many ways. Like roll out of bed at the crack of noon (laughs). My work energy only kicks in late afternoon because I’m consumed with chores and pragmatic stuff that needs to be done during the day.” She had put painting on hold for this year to make Poh’s Kitchen, which has been a great experience. You can see her passion for the art of cooking in the way she interacts with her guest. “I’m really enthused by food,” she says. “I love it. I love the feeling it gives me. I love seeing that excitement in other people.”

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oh was born in Kuala Lumpur and moved to Adelaide when she was 10. Her parents had relatives there and believed it would be a good place to raise a family. “From the minute I could be aware of such things, I felt misplaced in Malaysia,” she says. “I felt I’d been heli-dropped from some other world. When my parents said, ‘Hey, guess what, we’re moving to Australia’, I had the most vivid thought that my life was finally going to make sense. My heart and my mind felt so at home in Australia. The minute we landed I was mesmerised. I loved everything. I found everything so beautiful, from the street signs to the trees. I thought, ‘This is my new world’. “But then when I came here there were issues that made me feel like I didn’t fit in as well. I felt physically like I stuck out a lot. I was really self-concious about looking different. I felt really unattractive. I saw the Caucasian type as the ideal. I never suffered from persecution or racism at school. It was mainly something I felt within myself.” She felt torn between the Asian and Western cultures. “Always. I found it hard growing up on a social level, my parents not understanding the social aspects of school and how important that is in Australia. In Malaysia and most Asian countries it’s very much focused on academia, and that’s all school is about. There’s none of that social aspect of playing sport; recreational things. “My parents didn’t put pressure on us academically, which is a little bit unusual for Asian parents. They saw I really liked art and were happy for me to do that in my spare time. But they didn’t understand I needed to do sport and hang out with my friends. On a social level I felt a little bit deprived and I kind of resented (it).” This confusion lasted until only recently. “Only in


my early 30s did I begin to accept and feel like I liked myself; that I was OK with it. And I think my art had a lot to do with it, actually. It was cathartic.” As a young girl, Poh loved art. “I’ve always been very creative, dabbled with crafty things when I was little,” she says. “I got taught to use my hands at a very young age, sew, make delicate things.” Poh had dreams of being a painter but thought a career in graphic design was more practical. She worked with Melbourne artist David Bromley, who she knew when he was in Adelaide. “I used to help him style his nudes. I posed for him once for a painting.” In 1998 she married a fellow member of the Mormon church who was involved in film (the marriage lasted seven years). She had small acting roles in a handful of films and also worked in the art department. “I see myself being involved in film in some shape or form in the future, mainly behind the camera. Acting’s always been just a fun thing.” Was she good as an actor? “No not particularly (laughs). I think I’m OK. Not something I’m dying to do.” And then a friend texted her about a new TV show called MasterChef. “She said, ‘You should apply for this. I think you have a chance!’ and it had the website. It was a long questionnaire, 35 questions. I thought, ‘I’m too busy’. I waded through half of it and then forgot about it. The night before the due date I thought, ‘I wonder if that due date’s gone, I really should get onto that’.”

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Woman of many talents: Artist and celebrity chef Poh Ling Yeow excels in both disciplines. (tonY LeWis)

hen she was accepted as a contestant, she, along with everyone else, had no idea how big the thing would become and had her doubts about whether it was the right thing to do. “I was really dubious about it. I thought, ‘Well, I’ve got so much going for me and I’m so happy doing what I’m doing, am I being a bit too greedy about life and is this going to blow everything out of the water and bite me on the bum?’ Then I thought I have faith in the fact that if I’m doing it for the right reasons, nothing can go wrong. “Everyone was very suspicious of the whole process. Being a reality TV show, we thought, ‘What’s going to happen; are we going to become these little puppets manipulated into characters that we hate’?” We all know what happened next. MasterChef was a television and cultural phenomenon, making its contestants and hosts national stars and putting cooking front and centre in the national conversation. (I was recently a guest at a two-hour degustation lunch and the only reason my two kids stayed happily at the table is that we did the MasterChef tasting ritual for every dish, the kids doing the big taste reaction including big pauses and then echoing George’s exultant “Bee-yewtiful”). The contestants in the MasterChef kitchen were locked away from the world for four months so Poh had little idea of how big the show was becoming. “I don’t think anyone would have dared dream it was going to be that successful. It was a bit of an experiment, really. Stuff was drifting in. We’d hear that kids were starting to play MasterChef in the playground. The ratings were good. We started getting an inkling that it was bigger (than we imagined).” Poh had been “obsessing” for three years about how to get into the food industry when MasterChef came up. “I got kicked out halfway through and brought back with a wildcard,” she says. “When I got kicked out (the first time) I was really happy. I thought I could drive this from here and if it takes me five years to get a book publishing deal, I’ll do it. I’m not afraid of hard work. I always stayed really philosophical about it and I was lucky to have my art always at the back of my mind.” I ask Poh how MasterChef changed her life. “Well I have my own TV show, so that’s pretty big. It’s really media stuff, being in the media.” She began filming the TV series last November and has just wound up. She’s signed for another season next

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Creativity in abundance: Poh recently held an exhibition of her art at a gallery in Armadale. (tony lewis)

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year. “It’s unrelenting,” Poh says. “Every epsiode is a massive effort. It’s been really daunting and really exciting. Daunting because obviously I have no presenting experience. All I’ve done is dabbled a bit in acting. But it couldn’t have come at a better time. I’m 36. I feel like I’m old enough to deal with all the foibles that come with being in the media.” There have been many times this year when it’s been “hairy”. “To come up with the goods. If you want to have a show, you come up with the goods. If you want to write a (cook) book, then I’m juggling the book and the show and I’m thinking, ‘Oh my God, what’s going to happen to my art’?” Was she ever nervous she’d lose track of her art? “Never … There’s a very real impulse there to make art. I think about it all day long. It’s the same with cooking. I’m genuinely obsessed with both.” Poh met her ex-husband when they were both active Mormons. “We found solace in each other in church. It’s actually a really lovely environment for the most part, but I think if you want to philosophise about life a little bit, there’s really not that much room for that in that institution.” Frustrated, they left the church shortly after they were married, in 1998. Both families, active Mormons, were deeply upset. “It was quite traumatising for (them),” Poh says. Have they understood the decision? “They have now, but it’s taken many years.” Did she feel the church was suffocating her? “Totally. It was a really lovely environment for me to grow up in because you feel really safe because of the values of the church. But as I went to university and went into the arts you get to question everything and you realise the world is full of grey, not black and white. So I couldn’t accept those values any more. “I’m pretty much an atheist now … although I do think there is some more powerful energy. But I think it’s related to nature and I don’t know how it works; but that’s how I like to think about it and I feel very comfortable with that.

“... but my life is reAl And i (wAsn’t) living it to the fullest”

“I had this very clear thought one day: all my actions and thoughts are about working towards something that I don’t know about (the afterlife). I do know that I exist in this world now, so why am I not living for this? I (was) living to get to an afterlife, which I don’t know exists. And so much of religion is about that – being good to get to heaven. I realised so much of my life was designed around that concept that I don’t know to be real. But my life is real and I (wasn’t) living it to the fullest.” Poh’s marriage ended amicably “It was strange. It was a release … Both of us flourished after we split up and we remain really good friends. We came out of that really well. We were really good mates but a really bad combination for partners.” She is now in a relationship with an actor and is “very much in love”. She enjoys Adelaide. “I’ve had so many changes in my life I really need to be somewhere where I … I need some semblance of familiarity in my life.” When she cooks at home for friends, does anyone make jokes about pressure tests? “All the time,” she says, laughing. Poh seems to be handling life’s pressure test with her customary flair and charm. \

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top to bottom: Fried olives stuffed with veal. A cured-meat platter featuring house-made grissini. Crème brulee. (MAGGIE BUFE)

in the next couple of years as apartment complexes emerge. His research tells him most of the development will occur around the Church Street bridge. Fowler is a South Yarra resident. His children go to school in the area and, after 20 years at the Stokehouse (the first few as chef and 12 as general manager), the time had come to open his own venue. Where more astute than close to home and in an emergent neighbourhood? NorthSouth Eatery, his venture with chef Ron O’Bryan (ex-Church Street Enoteca), is a narrow, modern space that seats 35 inside and 100 outside. It’s tucked into the base of an apartment complex that’s home to about 1000 retirees and young professionals. NorthSouth has been open only a couple of weeks, and at this stage is licensed until 9pm, offering breakfast, lunch and early dinner: “And then we’ll see how things go,” says Fowler. “We didn’t give the place much time to resolve any operating glitches, before arriving on rainy night during Cup weekend, when clearly everyone else was elsewhere. But it gave us a good opportunity to see what this upmarket eatery could become.” The food is well priced, relatively uncomplicated and pleasantly approachable. The staff was equally amiable, although obviously not rushed. And the short, classy Victorian-based wine list is compiled by Jeremy Shiell, the sommelier and wine buyer at the Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld. NorthSouth’s menu is executed by Dave Morrison (ex-Carringbush Hotel, Middle Brighton Baths) and overseen by O’Bryan. Morrison was O’Bryan’s sous chef at The Deck and knows his food well. The same dishes, based around three to four ingredients and with an Italian bent, run through lunch and dinner. There’s a neat list of starters, five entrees and five main courses. A daily specials board lists three to four options and will offer market discoveries and seasonal ingredients. “The kitchen is small and we have limited storage,” says Fowler. “So we’ll use great produce on the specials board as our contacts find it for us, and when it runs out, it runs out.” A whole baked baby snapper with corn veloute and fine herbs was on the board the night we visited. It was a lovingly crafted dish, the plate-sized fish moist and tender, with a crisp skin and a delicate topping of fresh herbs. The velvety, golden sauce was a delicate binding element for the snapper and the greenery. The starters list includes oysters, olives a couple of ways and arancini. We chose the fried olives filled with veal. The small, tart olives were filled with a strongly flavoured sliver of tender veal, then coated in breadcrumbs and a scattering of salt before their, quick, hot treatment. A fabulous appetite builder.

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A cured-meat platter featuring house-made grissini and excellent pieces of dark, zesty wagyu bresaola, a terrific salami, plus some equally good pieces of capacollo (cured pork neck) and jamon was presented on a wooden board with a dash of hot mustard and a few cornichons (gherkins). A great summer-night sharing dish. There are a couple of classic dishes on the menu that will have strong appeal for the residential regulars: a calamari entrée, in which the squid is dusted in semolina and tossed through a crisp endive, fennel, almond and parsley salad, is a fresh, bright balance of flavour and crunch; and a carbonara created from a slow-cooked garlic base and flavoured with capacollo and topped with a sous vide-poached egg, is sure to be a stayer. Desserts run to classics such as an apple-flavoured panna cotta and raspberry crème brulee and are brilliantly executed and elegantly presented. \

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staff and well-priced minimal-ingredient dishes presented with creativity and flair ensure NorthSouth Eatery will appeal to the broad demographic expected to populate the northern end of South Yarra. Twists on classics and hearty staples such as top-quality steak and chips, plus a considered parochial wine list, will please regular diners as custom builds and also appeal to visitors. Seating for 100 outside is bound the see the footpath full as summer arrives. This is one to watch.

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TASTINGS\ DRINK THIS MITCHELL-HARRIS SAUVIGNON BLANC FUMÉ 2009 (Pyrenees) $21.95; 12% ★★★★

Cheese match: Holy Goat La Luna

I’m starting to feel that fumé will be Australia’s answer to the Kiwi savalanche. This is a shining example with its subtle, yet complex, aromas of green melon, citrus, new-season apple, lime leaf and lemongrass. It has nice pine-lime flavours with some gooseberry that balance well with smooth, oak-matured texture and bright acid. The finish is the kicker though – bone-dry, slightly chalky with refreshing lime that screams out for a warm day. BELLVALE ATHENA’S VINEYARD CHARDONNAY 2008 (Gippsland) $33.50; 13% ★★★★ ½

Cheese match: Brie de Meaux

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In the right place and the right time, Gippsland can be an awesome wine region. This is made by a former US commercial pilot and has character in spades. The first thing that hits are the complex aromas of white peach, cantaloupe, nuts and a hint of classy oak, followed by powerful, rich, layered flavours including white stonefruits and grapefruit. It has a taut structure, with a great balance between flavour, lovely citrus acid and a supremely smooth texture. There’s awesome length to finish the wine off, too.

Perfect partners – it’s one of the WINE AND CHEESE  classic matches and often the ultimate end to a lovely dinner.

FOXEYS HANGOUT SHIRAZ 2009 (Mornington Peninsula) $20; 14.2% ★★★★

I pride myself on getting my food and wine matches right most of the time, but recently a few dinner parties I’ve hosted have fallen flat on the cheese course. For a long time I thought that just spending a bit of money on a couple of pieces of cheese, usually one soft and one hard, and opening a good bottle of wine was enough to offer guests who had just finished a meal I’d spent half a day preparing. But there were times when it just didn’t always work: the bold red clashing with the blue cheese or the pinot being overwhelmed by the cheddar. I’m lucky to have the Richmond Hill Café & Larder just up the hill from my place, and I’ve recently taken to asking the cheesemongers to match cheeses to the wines I’m going to serve. It has been spot on so far, so I thought I’d dig a bit deeper about wine and cheese matching and asked the head cheesemonger (what a title to print on a business card!), Anthony Femia, about what wines work best with what cheeses. Anthony’s a font of knowledge about all things cheese, but if you’d like to spend time with him discussing the finer points of wine and cheese matching, the Richmond Hill Café & Larder runs a wine-and-cheese-matching course most weeks. Check www.rhcl.com.au. Anthony says, “There are no real do’s and don’ts when it comes to wine and cheese matching, but you’re looking for a harmony between the two rather than contrasting flavours. “Spoon a mouthful of cheese into your mouth and wash it down with the wine. The sweetness of the wine matched with the tangy, salty characteristics of the cheese complement each other so well.” \

Cheese match: Cantalet cow’s milk

This won the Premier’s Trophy at the recent Melbourne Wine Show for best Victorian red wine. The 2008 was an excellent wine, and this is a good follow-up. It has 2 per cent viognier, which helps give its aroma a lovely lift without being overtly apricot-flavoured, and there are nice spicy cherry, blackberry, pepper, tobacco and graphite notes as well. It has bright acid (which suggests a good future), grippy, chewy tannins and complex flavours of blackberry, cherry and pepper, with a nice stalky, mineral, stewed blood-plum sourness on the finish that adds character and elegance. SHAW VINEYARD ESTATE CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2008 (Canberra) $22; 14.3% ★★★★ ½

Cheese match: Pyengana Cheddar

This wine has picked up a few awards recently. Elegant aromas of redcurrants, liquorice, violets and fine, pencil-like oak waft from the glass. It’s just medium-bodied, with a nice balance between ripe, fine-grained tannins, firm, food-friendly acid and flavours of blackcurrant, mint and tobacco, which drive along the length of the tongue. It’s a nice example of Canberra cab sav.

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ANTHONY RECOMMENDS THE FOLLOWING • Riesling, sauvignon blanc and unoaked chardonnay: soft goat’s cheese. Try a French Chabichou or Holy Goat’s La Luna from Castlemaine. • Oaked chardonnay: a surface-ripened, white-mould cheese such as brie or camembert. • Pinot noir and cool-climate shiraz: A surface-ripened, washed-rind cheese, such as a Pont-l'Évêque. • Cabernet sauvignon and full-bodied shiraz: A hard cheese such as cheddar. Look out for Pyengana cheddar, Australia’s first cloth-bound cheddar from Tasmania. And Anthony’s desert-island matches? • “Valdeón, a blue cheese from León in northern Spain, and Pedro Ximenez sherry or Roquefort and sauternes.”

TOP TIP: STORING YOUR CHEESE • Line the base of a Tupperware or ice-cream container with a damp tea-towel.

• Place a bamboo sushi-rolling mat (or something

similar) on top of the tea towel and wrap your cheese in baking paper. • Place the cheese into the container along with two sugar cubes (which help maintain humidity and soak up unwanted bacteria) and seal. • The cheese will keep for up to a week. • Blue cheese needs to be kept a little differently. Simply wrap it in baking paper before wrapping in another layer of foil and keeping it in the coldest part of the fridge. It will keep up to three months.

WICKHAMS ROAD PINOT NOIR 2010 (Mornington Peninsula) $14.99; 13.2% ★★★★ ½ Cheese match: Pont-l'Évêque This is the second label of the Yarra Valley’s excellent Hoddles Creek Estate and the wines are always excellent value. This could be the bargain of the year. It’s light in colour and has complex, perfumed aromas of cherry, plum and strawberry with smoky, sappy, stalky notes adding to the wine’s abundant character. There are nice sweet-and-sour flavours of strawberry and cherry, earth and spice. It is well balanced, with bright acid and a light tannic grip and a silky texture. This was better after being opened a day, which indicates there is a long future ahead of it. It’s released on December 1. Please form an orderly queue.


MY VIEW \ DRIVE-IN AT THE DEEP END we went to ON SATURDAY NIGHT  the Coburg drive-in. Stupidly, we went without supplies, so we had to partake in what they call the “diner experience”, which was fried everything with sauce. I have to say that was the only negative. It was night and I was out of the house but I didn’t have to dress up. The kids were with their grandparents, so I didn’t have to read the Princess trilogy and Each Peach Pear Plum for the thousandth time. I could sit in the comfort of my own car, take in a film and the Tullamarine flight path and watch teenagers frolic around the car park in their trendy little pyjamas. And I actually got to put my feet up on the dashboard

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REVIEW\ THE FLICKS without being told that, if we had a crash right now, I’d and his mates used to do at the drive-in when they were lose my legs. young – and none of them all that original, such as pile The sound at the drive-in is much better these under the Volkswagen bonnet to avoid paying, and lark days. Gone are the little radio boxes you’d attach around all night outside on deckchairs heckling people. in the window, only to spend the rest of the night Sometimes I think my parents wrote the script to their either freezing cold or trying to get the thing to work. teenage years after watching an episode of Happy Days. Apparently you can even text in your dinner order and So we spent a lot of time at the drive-in when I was someone from the diner brings it to your car. Wish I’d young. I saw the first bit of The Sting pretending to be known that before, though – I had to line up behind a asleep. But then my brother and I were sprung with group of girls in mumu dresses, who were trying our eyes half-open, and were relegated to the back to work out whether a chicken burger is less of the station wagon and actually made to lie fattening than the hamburger. Not sure why down. Any time we popped our heads up “WE SPENT they bothered to do the fat/calorie maths to catch a glimpse of Paul Newman’s head A LOT OF TIME when everything came with a side of fries or to see what all the gunshots were about, AT THE DRIVE-IN we got told to lie down and go to sleep. My anyway, but hey, I’m not one to judge. I ate that greasy hamburger in two minutes flat. older sister got to watch the film the whole WHEN I WAS My parents used to call the drive-in the way through, and that pretty much set the YOUNG.” “drive-ins”. I don’t know why they made it a tone for the rest of my childhood, as I recall. plural experience, as there was only one screen, From that night, she was always in the front seat. but now I think about it, that generation really did like Ah, but I tell a lie – I do remember going to the drive-in to add an “s” to a lot of things and usually the most with her and her boyfriend a few years later, and she was embarrassing – bras and periods come immediately to definitely in the back seat that night. mind, and if someone announces them in the plural, Lots of things happened at the drive-in in those days even today, it still makes me blush. and I’m here to tell you they still do. There was a young The first time I went to the drive-in was with my couple in a sporty little black car next to us on Saturday “s on the end of everything” folks. I know a lot of people night and well, they were busy. my age would have the same memory – of being told I’ve decided to put that experience in my “things I to pretend you’re asleep in the back of the car so your forgot people do because I am old” list, which seems to parents don’t have to pay for you. You’re then set free to be getting bigger by the day. \ KATRINA HALL roam the playground and then, when it gets dark and kathall@ozemail.com.au the movie starts, you get back into the car and your parents actually do make you go to sleep. » WE WELCOME YOUR FEEDBACK @ The drive-in was a big deal to my parents. Dad told us, www.theweeklyreview.com.au/my-view probably a million times, about all the crazy things he

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are for espresso-based coffee, but a small percentage of customers are willing to delve further. Hour-long personalised barista classes and roasting workshops are also offered for those eager to hone their skills. Working at a high-profile city café BARISTA offering espresso, syphon, pour-over and cold-drip coffee, gives head barista Andy Todd

(pictured during Movember) an edge. His days are long, but he says the variation ensures they are never dull. “It’s all about product knowledge,” he says. “We need to understand different flavours and different regions and to ensure our own palates are well developed.” Todd describes Sensory Lab as a “destination” café and says it draws many tourists. He catches shoppers' eyes as they pass through and encourages them to try something different, such as a cold-drip brew (an 8-10-hour extraction). “People’s first reaction is amazing. It’s so shocking, so completely different, more like a liqueur.” \

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stalkeRs the invisible pRison

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he day she walked into the bank and saw a teller staring at her intently, instinct told Kate* she was face to face with the stranger who had stalked her for months. Kate was at a branch of her bank that she had never used before, but as she waited to deposit a cheque, she felt the man staring. “I recognised him vaguely, but I didn’t know him,” she recalls. “The way he stared at me churned my stomach and just through gut instinct I knew this was the stranger who’d called my home and who had left cards and gifts on the windscreen of my car. Through his job he’d got my address and telephone number and probably first saw me at the branch of the bank I usually used.

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Calls and Coins ‘‘For several months I’d received random phone calls from a man asking me how I was and talking to me as if we knew each other. But he wouldn’t tell me who he was. Sometimes he’d say, ‘I saw you yesterday and you looked beautiful’, so I knew he was watching me. He’d leave love notes on my car and it was very unsettling to know he’d been near my home. “I was restoring my front garden and sometimes when I was digging under my bedroom window I found coins. One night a friend chased a bloke down the street who’d been looking in my bedroom window. I presume that’s how the coins were dropped ... and assume it was the same man who was calling and sending me letters.” Kate, 48, put more locks and bolts on the doors of her home and had bars fitted to the windows. She became hyper-vigilant, always watching for anyone who might be following her. By the time Kate, who lives in Melbourne’s inner suburbs, met her stalker, the phone calls, gifts and letters had suddenly stopped. Kate never reported him to police, preferring to leave the incident in the past. “But seeing him that day brought back how terrified I had been,” she says. “I lived alone with my two daughters and life had to continue because my girls needed to go to school and dancing classes, but whenever I left home there was always the knowledge that maybe someone was observing my movements. When the telephone rang I wondered if it would be him. I never felt secure. When you are stalked, you live on the edge.”

noT jusT a CelebriTy problem While stalking cases involving well-known people such as Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock, Steven Spielberg, Nicole Kidman and James and Erica Packer make

headlines, ordinary Australians are stalked every year. Internationally recognised studies by Melbourne researchers Rosemary Purcell, Michele Pathe and Paul Mullen have found that about one in 10 Australians are stalked. The average stalking episode lasts for almost eight months and about 75 per cent of stalking victims are women. Stalkers are most often male. Most of the time people are stalked by someone they know, such as an ex-partner, a casual acquaintance, someone they meet through work, a neighbour or an estranged friend. In 42 per cent of cases, the stalker is a stranger. The most common methods of harassment are telephone calls, approaching or following a victim, loitering near a victim’s home or workplace and sending unwanted letters or emails. Stalkers tend to use a couple of these methods to stay in touch with their target, say Purcell, Pathe and Mullen. Victims go to varying extremes to avoid or reduce the impact of stalking on their lives but are often forced to increase security measures at home, to change their telephone numbers and even move. They may take time off work because of stress, cut back on social outings and change their daily routine.

World-firsT sTudy in melbourne Victoria introduced anti-stalking legislation in 1995 under the Crimes Act 1958. The offence carries a 10-year maximum penalty and is defined as engaging in “a series of prohibited acts with the intention of causing physical or mental harm, or causing fear or apprehension for the victim’s safety, or for the safety of their loved ones”. Dr Troy McEwan is an Australian post-doctoral research fellow with the Australian Research Council, based at Forensicare, in Clifton Hill. She is a clinical and forensic psychologist, who studies stalking, treats stalkers who have ended up in the court system or who are under the care of a community mental-health service or private clinician because of their behaviour. Earlier this year, McEwan and her colleagues in Melbourne received funding for a world-first project – the Australian Research Council Discovery Project – to improve the assessment, management and treatment of stalkers. The project aims to identify and treat stalkers who have the most chance of re-offending and to develop and implement an effective treatment program for high-risk stalkers – those likely to be violent or persistent. The findings and lessons of the project could be used nationally and internationally to treat stalkers

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jimmy’s sTory “i Was preTTy angry, upseT, rejeCTed, depressed ...”

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immy* is in his 40s and has been charged with breaching an intervention order twice. in both cases he circulated a series of abusive emails after a relationship break-up. police intervened and classed the distribution of the emails as stalking. Jimmy is receiving help from Forensicare to reduce the chances of him repeating the behaviour. this is his story. “in the first situation i was seeing a woman i met through business. We were friends moving towards a relationship. We’d go out for lunch and dinner and there was no hint she had a partner. then someone who realised we were getting close told me she was buying a house with another guy. i was pretty angry, upset, rejected, depressed … and i let fly with a heap of emails to people she knew to let them know what she’d done. i circulated them to her colleagues and anyone who dealt with her workplace. i said she’d led me up the garden path. she went to the police and i was served with an intervention order. My emails were seen as stalking and later i was charged with breaching that intervention order because i used false email addresses to continue sending emails. Being charged was enough to make me stop and i ended up being put on a good-behaviour bond. the second episode happened four or five years later. i was going out with someone for four years. i cared a lot about her but her mother was domineering and said ‘if you go with him you’ll never step across my doorstep again’. it was a hard decision for her but she stuck with her mother. After all the support i had given her she never told me it was over. the relationship just came to a stop. Again, i let fly with a series of emails and text messages about her to people she knew and she went to the police and got an intervention order. i sent further emails and was charged with breaching the order. i was angry. i felt i’d been let down and lied to and betrayed. i was put on a community-based order this time and Forensicare stepped in. there really needs to be more of these programs around. perhaps the health services industry should be supported in running these preventative type programs, similar to what is done with bullying, because in some senses, stalking is also a form of bullying. talking to someone about all this has made a hell of a difference to me. i know now that in both instances, what i did was due to anger and being rejected and depressed, but you have to learn boundaries and how to manage your anger. Maybe if i’d got support the first time, the second time might not have happened. i haven’t been in a relationship since, but i don’t think i’d do the same thing again. i thought after the last case i’d get on with my life and try to do things properly. But i’ve lost over $1 million in contracts because people i did business with somehow found out about the charges and it’s ruined my reputation. When you get a ‘stalking’ label it’s a blanket description that doesn’t take into account the history and details of each situation. there’s a stigma attached to it and everyone gets tarred with the same brush. You’re just seen as a predator.” \ * Certain names have been changed to protect identities.

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Research suggests one in 10 Australians will be stalked at some point. Melbourne is an international leader when it comes to researching and understanding why and how stalking occurs, the impact on victims and how to stop it, writes SARAh MARinoS.


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and to reduce stalking and its impact. “Stalking is a fascinating area because in so many ways, it’s normal behaviour – it’s writing letters, sending emails, making phone calls – but there is a grey area where society considers it not normal and pathological or criminal,” says McEwan. “Stalkers have everything from psychoses and delusions to no mental illness at all and everything in between. Up to 50 per cent have some sort of mental illness, such as substance misuse, personality problems or depression. Most are male, in their mid-30s and upwards and our research suggests they are slightly below average intelligence.”

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Dina McMillan, a social psychologist and author of But He Says He Loves Me (Allen & Unwin) believes the figure of one in 10 Australians being stalked at some point in their life is the “tip of the iceberg”, particularly when it comes to people being stalked by an angry or possessive ex-partner. “I think ex-partners who stalk share one particular trait and that’s a sense of ownership of the other person,” she says. “The person feels entitled to be in the other person’s life and to keep track of them. They don’t recognise that person’s right to live without them. If they are not allowed back into that person’s life their level of anger increases and that can get dangerous. I think men and women in these situations stalk with the same motivation – you don’t have a right to walk away from me.” Illustrating that women can turn to stalking, too, if they feel rejected, McMillan tells of one of her ex-partners in the US who was later stalked by a woman he dated. “She found my email address online and contacted me here in Australia. He’d mentioned me to her when they were together and when they split, she traced me and sent me a long and vociferous rant about him,” recalls McMillan. “And then she stalked him. His apartment building took out a restraining order against the woman to stop her visiting and she violated it. Then one day someone in the building saw her waiting outside my ex’s apartment and knew she shouldn’t be there. “They called the police and when the police stopped her, they checked her car and found a wig, passports and a butcher’s knife. She ended up having psychiatric treatment. “I still don’t think the average person realises stalking can happen to them. They see it happening to celebrities but don’t realise it could happen to them too.”

stalking and technology McEwan says technological advances present new opportunities. “Technology has opened up a new way of people being able to be intrusive and to get into someone’s home and to get to that person now,” she says. “Stalkers can set up websites with nasty photos of their victims and anyone can see that website. When a victim goes for a job interview, a potential employer can Google them and that website comes up. It’s hugely damaging to a victim’s reputation. Younger stalkers tend to use text messaging a lot.” The threat of physical violence is real, with between 30 per cent and 50 per cent of victims assaulted by their stalker. Mental torment can’t be underestimated either. “We had a client who sent a coffin to their victim’s home,” says McEwan. “Another client used to break into his victim’s home and wash dishes because he liked her.” While having your dishes washed by a mystery person might sound handy, the emotional or psychological impacts of this sort of invasive stalking behaviour on a victim can be significant. In Australian studies, stalking victims report deteriorating relationships with their partner and family, increased smoking and drinking, insomnia, headaches and nausea.

what motivates a stalkeR? Stalking usually has three basic motivations: the stalker wants a relationship back or wants to start a relationship, or they are angry and vengeful.

For a smaller number, stalking is about deviant sexual gratification. “The ex-intimate group is a large group and they are more likely to be violent,” says McEwan. “Professional relationships can also lead to stalking, where a client perceives the professional has done something wrong and they want it fixed. For example, a client is unhappy with the nose job carried out by their plastic surgeon and stalks that surgeon. “Workplace stalking is a setting where we sometimes find men stalking men, perhaps after someone gets a promotion a colleague feels should have been his. Or stalking can arise in a dating situation gone wrong in the workplace. “Sometimes stalking arises out of casual contact with someone, at a party for example. And then you get the stalkers who are total strangers.”

the vengeful ex

“I feel I’ve been released from an InvIsIble prIson and I’m just grateful that I am free.”

Julia* was stalked by her ex-husband for several years after she left their mentally and physically abusive marriage. At the time Julia, 37, from Melbourne, was living overseas with her husband and says the stalking only came to a halt a few years ago when laws overseas recognised stalking as a crime. Not wanting to face court action, her ex-husband finally gave up his campaign against her. “My husband was a CEO. He was educated and, through his work, he was well connected with the police, government departments and the court system where we lived. He told me it was not what you know but whom you know that counted,” she says. “While I was in the marriage he controlled me and broke me mentally and emotionally. But eventually,

basic instincts: Stalkers usually want to start a relationship, want a relationship back, or they are angry and vengeful.

with the help of my family, I managed to leave with our son. That’s when he started to stalk me. “He had private investigators follow me when I went out. When I got a part-time job to support myself, he called my boss and bad-mouthed me and told him not to employ me. He had my phones tapped and hacked into my emails. “He called me all the time – either telling me he was terminally ill, begging for me to come back, threatening to commit suicide or being abusive and threatening. “It went on and on and during that time I just existed. I didn’t have a life. I felt I was walking in a minefield every day. Every time you take a step, you don’t know what might happen.” When Julia was able to take legal action, she says her husband finally realised he had to stop stalking and threatening her. “He knew the tables had turned. A little before that I had a serious accident and I nearly died and after surviving that I felt I had nothing to lose. I wasn’t going to let him get away with what he was doing to me any more,” she says. “When I was being stalked, my life was never my own and there are lasting impacts. You’re routinely on alert and suspicious and I am still hyper-vigilant. I watch every move someone makes when I meet them. When your life has been threatened and nearly taken away from you, and when the person you loved becomes your worst enemy, then you don’t need much to make you happy. But today I feel I’ve been released from an invisible prison and I’m just grateful that I am free.” \

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Sexy Summer Swimwear

just around is summeR Really the corner? Forgive me for thinking we’d been tricked, thanks to the

retro stylings are a must this summer, writes JaNe rOCCa.

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dampest October since 1975! And one of Melbourne’s coolest winters in a while. Here is hoping November will bring more sizzle in the sunshine stakes, because it’s around this time we need to think about swimwear and what to wear poolside and to the beach. Vintage detailing has had such a huge influence on the catwalk this year that it would be almost ironic if the return to the classic weren’t evident in swimwear. From the itsy-bitsy-teeny-weeny polka-dot bikinis k achel (see Kachel’s red-and-white ones) to the one-piece bathing suits that cling to curves in the most flattering ways – there is certainly a style to suit all body shapes this summer. It appears that many labels on the market are head-over-heels in love with reinterpreting the designs of the 1950s and 1960s. Styles that we love for this summer include strapless one-piece suits (with proper cup support to do your figure justice), shoulderless styles for an angular statement and halter necks for a genuine ’50s vibe. What’s more, they suit the very thin to the curvy among us. Kachel makes a great leopard-print, strapless swimsuit, which can help you find the bombshell Bettie Page within. UK swimwear label Melissa Obadash (from Notting Hill) makes swimwear worth investing in – in fact, some of her clients include Kate Moss, Jessica Parker, Cindy Crawford and Heidi Klum – all in love with her stylish designs. Halter-neck tops are popular in her collection, as are cut-out pieces. She dresses up her swimwear by including beading, shells and embroidery for a touch of difference. Let’s face it; cut-out swimwear is not suited to everyone.

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If you haven’t had a chance to tone it – then tan it (a bit of advice from my beautician), and if you’ve got what it takes, then flaunt it; which brings me back to the cut-out style. It’s dangerously suggestive – think slabs of fabric missing in the midriff and some come closely low to the pubic bone. Wear with caution and if you’re daring enough, but on the right body it can look amazing. Melbourne swimwear label Flamingo Sands (started up by friends Nicky Rowsell and Jane Hages in 2004) conjures all things sexily dressed in a ritzy Las Vegas/LA vibe (as the name succinctly suggests). We love the names of some of their pieces, from the Dolly Parton to the White Ditzy Floral – all stylishly adventurous and for the gutsy, confident woman. The bikinis are brief, bright and sexy and we especially like the Pink Flamingo bikini print and love the way this label makes it OK to mix and match tops and bottoms. The dynamic duo that runs the label loves exotic prints and is inspired by the risqué European woman’s approach to wearing a swimsuit. On an international front, we couldn’t go past Lanvin’s Cruise 2011 Collection. It featured a superb mix of swimwear that can transform from the pool to the bar with the simple addition of pants or a skirt. It was all about one-piece elegance in rich burgundy and caramel tones with plenty of gathered draping to soften the look around the bust and waistline – the all-too-important zones we want to make sure look perfect this summer. \ janerocca@mac.com

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Review\ PROFiLe Philip Corne grew up in the Blue Mountains and spent summer holidays yabbying with schoolfriends. Today he is the chief executive officer of Louis Vuitton Oceania. He tells SaraH MarinOS about his journey.

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hilip Corne had finished an economics degree at Sydney University and was settling into his first full-time job as an auditor with Peat Marwick – now KPMG – when he uncovered something unsavoury. “I did an audit of a computer company – they’re no longer around – and uncovered a fraud. It was early in my career and a bit of a surprise,” he says with a smile. “The owners were cooking the books to raise the value of the company before selling it. I kept asking questions because things just didn’t make sense and the management of the company kept telling me everything was all right – but I knew it wasn’t. “In the end I told my manager and he investigated. The owner of the company wasn’t very happy with me, but I think one thing the team at Louis Vuitton knows about me is that I’m very strong on honesty, trust, integrity and doing the right thing. It’s just who I am,” says Corne, shrugging. Corne, 53, has come a long way since those days. After starting at KPMG in 1979 – with an annual salary of $9500 – he took on greater responsibilities until, in 1988, a friend persuaded him to apply for a job with Louis Vuitton. “I had never heard of Louis Vuitton,” Corne admits frankly. Dressed in a dark suit, freshly ironed shirt, signature Louis Vuitton tie and with shoes shined, Corne is a walking advertisement for the understated style for which the French design company is renowned. “My friend was the audit manager on the Louis Vuitton account and kept saying there was a great job going there. I told her if it was so great she should apply for it,” says Corne, laughing. “But one sunny Sunday afternoon in 1988 she was at our house talking about it again and I said, ‘If you are not going to apply, then get me an interview’. But I really had never heard of Louis Vuitton. And I had never imagined myself leaving KPMG. I thought I’d stay and become a partner.” Growing up in Katoomba in the Blue Mountains, Corne could not have imagined he’d end up with a career where a current passport is an essential. “It was a very ordinary start,” he says. “I went to Springwood High School, a public school. I loved history and still do – particularly around the period of the First World War. I also liked economics. During summer holidays, I got up when the sun got up and came home when I was hungry. I was always out with friends, in the bush somewhere, yabbying.” Corne’s grandfather on his father’s side was a “very well-to-do” businessman but somehow he managed to lose the family wealth by the time Corne and his two younger brothers and younger sister came along. “So my father worked in a department store and mum was a housewife,” he says. “I don’t think I had a real plan but I thought an economics degree would be the most practical thing. Jobs weren’t that easy to get when I graduated but I went for some interviews with the large accounting firms, got an offer from Peat Marwick and grabbed it.” But Corne had already been part of the workforce by then, taking part-time jobs to pay his way through university. The man who now steers the multimillion-dollar Louis Vuitton business in Oceania is also proud to admit he worked in the electrical department of Harvey Norman in Penrith and as a salesman in Grace Bros, Sydney. “I did it out of necessity, but those kinds of experiences keep you in touch with the real world. I look

a long way from the yabby pond: Philip Corne, the CEO of Louis Vuitton Oceania. (EamOn gaLLaghEr)

at my two sons today and the things they have access to are fantastic. But you have to stay in touch with the fact that things don’t just come to you because you wake up every morning.” During his time with KPMG, Corne and wife, Kerrie, headed to Port Moresby for 2½ years. It was 1984 and they were newlyweds. “I took her on a honeymoon to Port Moresby,” says Corne, laughing. “That was my first experience of working overseas and we got to know some of the best friends we have in the world there. It was a small office and so I got a good breadth of experience. On the way back home to Australia, we took a six-month trip through Europe. That was a good time in our lives.” Corne settled back into KPMG until the offer came from Louis Vuitton. He was interviewed for his initial position as financial controller by Kyo Hata, the man Corne respectfully credits for the company’s early international success. “Louis Vuitton’s success internationally began in Japan when Hata developed the retail network there,” recalls Corne. “At the end of the interview I remember saying to him, ‘Thank you very much but I am very happy where I am’. But then he made me an offer and I thought maybe it was time to do something different.” Corne has had a major hand in the company’s growth in Australia and New Zealand. In 1988 there were only

“I often say to my team, you have to get It rIght at home fIrst, then come to work.”

three Louis Vuitton outlets in Australia. Today the style empire has 10 in Australia, with the most recent major investment being the newly refurbished and extended shop at Crown. Sitting in the shop surrounded by the leather shoes, handbags, luggage, watches, sunglasses, jewellery and ready-to-wear clothing so coveted by many Melburnians, he reflects on what persuaded him to jump ship to join a French fashion company he’d never heard of. And what has kept him there for 22 years. “I took the job because, rather than providing a service and completing compliance work for clients, I had an opportunity to be involved in doing the business. I was told about the plans the company had for Australia, about the new stores they wanted to open and I thought it would be great to be part of that,” he says. “Within six weeks I was on a plane to France where I was taken to one of the factories and shown how the product is manufactured. When you see that you understand what sits behind the product; you understand the craftsmanship and care taken with every piece. And you get hooked. “And what has kept me here? The company is successful, it has strong ethics and it has the commitment to being very faithful to the customer and to the brand.” Corne admits to nerves when he stepped into his office on the first day. “I remember a moment very clearly,” he says.

“I’d gone from being at KPMG where I could stand in a room with all these highly qualified people and think there was always going to be an answer to every problem because I just had to ask the right person … and then I moved to Louis Vuitton and all of a sudden I was it. I was supposed to be the one who had the answers. “But the best thing you can do is to get on with the things you know you can control and work to find an answer to the things you can’t. I spent time with the managers and staff and went to their morning briefings. I still do that. It’s an important part of the business.” On Boxing Day 1997, Corne, his wife and his two sons, Jonathan, then eight, and Thomas, six, found themselves arriving in New York, a few months after Corne had received a call from the company’s newly appointed vice-president for North America. The company had plans to invest in the US and decided Corne’s attention to detail, rigour and financial know-how was needed. The family stayed for five years. “I was lucky to be working with good people at a period when the brand was spreading its wings. It was a huge period of growth but I continued to do what I had done in Australia, just on a bigger scale,” he says simply. “And it was a fantastic experience for my children. Within three months they had the accent and within six they were New Yorkers. We travelled around the US, to Europe, Canada and the Bahamas. And there were the brushes with celebrities, of course. I remember sitting next to Stephanie Powers at a function and I almost walked into Dustin Hoffman on the street.” Corne met Kerrie when they were 16 and at high school and she has been a constant support. “I often say to my team, you have to get it right at home first and then come to work. It won’t work at work if it’s not settled at home,” he says. Returning to Australia in 2003, Corne took up his current role. With shops as far afield as Melbourne, Perth, Cairns, Christchurch, Brisbane and Auckland, he spends a significant chunk of time travelling. Today he was up at 6am and in the gym before a meeting with the management of Crown to discuss the new shop. Then there were more meetings with the architect, business calls, media interviews and a meeting with the president of Louis Vuitton Asia Pacific. Tours of the other Melbourne outlet and a cocktail party with high-powered guests to officially open the Crown shop were also on Corne’s agenda for the day. Earlier in the week he was in New Zealand scoping potential sites for a new store. “The one drawback is that you lose personal time but I try and keep weekends clear,” he says smiling. Jonathan, now 21, and Thomas, 19, are doing business degrees – but Corne has been keen to ensure they have part-time jobs so they learn the value of hard work – just like he did in that electrical shop in Penrith. “I’m quite useful to the boys now – I’m a walking ATM and my job works well for them with any girls they meet!” says Corne, laughing. With the children more independent, he is enjoying more regular golf, catching up on his World War I history books and he and Kerrie are keen to travel more. But how does he like to spend the perfect day? “I like the change of seasons in Sydney – particularly autumn or spring – and I love being near the beach with my family,” he says. “That’s my idea of the perfect day.” \

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going, going, gorgon: Created by raffel Pages, this image suggests a return to ancient mythology. inspired by the greek gorgon Medusa, the hair has been delicately laid in small pieces and then twisted and attached with a hair adhesive. it is an incredible concept and certainly pushes the boundaries of where hair can go.

with Peter Wilmoth Tim Ferguson \ Allstar To Class Act Deborah Thomas \ The Thomas Issue Leo Sayer \ Just A Boy Peter Lloyd \ Man On The Inside

asyMMetriC Chignon

this style is created by Parisian-based guy Kremer. it is a spanish-inspired design that features an asymmetric chignon that is smooth, clean and beautifully swept. of all the hair gurus of europe, Kremer is my favourite because he is passionate about the art and architecture of hair.

fluffy and flowing

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Parisian-born Christophe gaillet showcases an almost Avatar, underwater hairstyle. Captured like balls of fluff, the hair almost looks like a croquembouche. it has been layered spectacularly and the colour is very futuristic.

fringe festival

Created by raffel Pages, this hairstyle looks almost like fur. it is so delicately placed showcasing detail, texture, light and shade. the design is rather cone-shaped and we also have a fringe that turns in on itself. it is very beautiful and a runway winner.


sWirls anD CUrls: this beautifully sculpted hairstyle is designed by spanish-based raffel Pages. the hair is dynamic and suggests a return to post-World War ii. Created by additional hairpieces, the hair is a mass of curl and swirl.

The alTeRnaTive fuTuRe of haiR

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award-winning stylist Marina Kanikovskaya has created a masterpiece that seems somewhat tame in comparison with the ones above. there is an onslaught of mass curl and it has been brushed out, creating a wider hairdo. it is flattering for all face shapes.

become the identity of the general public. This week, I wish to showcase hair in an alternative design that will be worn in a simplified format in the future. A great deal of thought and process has been planned for these incredible hairstyles, and I am truly amazed and inspired. I have seen hair in a true Star Trek form. \

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PerforManCe art

in this image, guy Kremer features a hairdo that has a balloon inside. the balloon is then punctured and the hair is moulded into a new style. it is a performance art elevating hair styling to another level, perhaps to the same one as my wonderful Valentino.

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ecently I visited the Valentino Retrospective exhibition at the Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art. For three hours I examined his (designer Valentino Garavani’s) intricately detailed red, white, black, vintage and futuristic collections that have been worn by Jackie Kennedy, Christina Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor and Grace Kelly. These incredible designs are sculpted into formal shapes by the accessory hair. Why is hair so important to the architecture of the outfit? Hair is designed for particular fashion collections – collections that eventually


REVIEW\ BEAUTY SCRIBE has been a good year for my nose and me. THIS YEAR  My nose has indulged in some of the best fragrance launches around the world. I’ve been there too and have

had the pleasure of meeting perfume greats such as Jean-Claude Ellena (Hermes), Sylvaine Delacourte (Guerlain) and Antoine Maisondieu (Givaudan). But it was Roja Dove, the professor of perfume, who spoke beautifully about the art of fragrance and neatly summed up what the gift-giving of fragrance is all about. “Fragrances are the greatest gift you can give anyone; they evoke passion, desire, memories and emotions,” he says. Well said, but it can be also be fraught with problems. Wearing a fragrance is a very personal experience. My advice is to think carefully about the person you want to give a gift of fragrance to, and what message you want to convey. It is also crucial that you know as much as possible about the person’s tastes, dislikes and experiences before taking the leap. \

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SUBTLE & FRESH

SCENTALICI DHAV NAIDU’s ultimate list of new fragrances to titillate your senses. HOW TO BUY FRAGRANCE FOR SOMEONE ELSE If they are already wearing a certain brand or style of perfume, maybe buy a complementary scent.

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THE CLASSIC

Mornings are best to try perfumes, when your nose and the stores are fresh. Never buy on the first spritz; it is usually the smell of alcohol evaporating. Narrow down your choices and take away four perfume blotters. There is a notion that we all smell differently – we don’t smell things differently, we interpret and describe them differently. The festive season is the best time to buy fragrances. There are good deals and sets, limited editions and new launches. I have sieved through all the new releases and present here the ultimate list of scents to titillate your olfactory sense.

FOR HER CALVIN KLEIN BEAUTY EAU DE PARFUM (floriental) 50ml, $110. This is a definite departure for Klein perfumes where sex usually sells, but it still retains the CK hallmarks of subtlety and freshness. The scent is a perfection of florals; it has notes of musk seeds, jasmine, lilies and cedar. Calvin Klein Beauty is a breath of fresh air with its clean floral scent. YSL PARISIENNE EAU DE PARFUM (floral-bouquet) 90ml, $160. It’s the younger sister of YSL’s famed Paris perfume. It delights the nose with notes of rose, violet and peony, with hints of berries, vetiver, sandalwood and patchouli. Parisienne is the rose scent for the new decade.

GIORGIO ARMANI ACQUA DI GIOIA EAU DE PARFUM (green-aquatic) 50ml, $110. This literally translates into water of joy and draws comparisons with the ever-popular men’s fragrance Acqua di Gio. With notes of mint, lemon flowers, pink pepper, jasmine and cedar, this fragrance is as fresh as you’re going to experience this season. FAN DI FENDI EAU DE PARFUM (floral-leather) 50ml, $130. Launched at one of the best parties in Paris this year, the fragrance, with its play on words, is modern yet sensuously sexy. It has notes of pear, blackcurrant, mandarin, pink pepper, jasmine, rose and patchouli.

GUERLAIN SHALIMAR ODE A LA VANILLE EAU DE PARFUM (floriental) 50ml, $171. This year marks the 85th anniversary of Shalimar. The updated bottle is designed by Jade Jagger and this scent is a spicy oriental floral with a good pinch of vanilla. It has notes of lemon, bergamot, rose, jasmine, iris, myrrh and tonka bean. A truly special scent. RANCE 1795 LAETITIA EAU DE PARFUM (floral-citrus) 100ml, $312.50. Rance (ron-say) is my new favourite fragrance house although it has been around since 1795. The exquisite hand-etched bottles are a treat in themselves. Laetitia has notes of bergamot, orange blossom, mandarin, Bulgarian rose, wisteria, nutmeg, vanilla and patchouli – truly sublime.


HIS & HERS

FOR HIM

HALSTON MAN EAU DE TOILETTE (fresh-musk) 125ml, $129, & WOMAN EAU DE PARFUM (woody-floriental) 100ml, $185. Sexy does not begin to describe this fragrance duo. Both were developed by Carlos Benaim. The Woman is a woody floriental with notes of bergamot, jasmine and sandalwood. The Man is fresh with a hint of musk and notes of citrus, passionfruit, cardamom and mint. The sensuous bottles are designed by Elsa Peretti.

NARCISO RODRIGUEZ MUSC COLLECTION FOR HIM EAU DE PARFUM (ambered-musk) 50ml, $110. If you want a fragrance that ticks all the boxes of masculinity, this it. The scent is smart, sexy, alluring, yet timeless. It plays with notes of musk, iris and pink berries to give the wearer confidence and a sense of mystery. DOLCE & GABBANA THE ONE GENTLEMAN EAU DE TOILETTE (fresh-oriental) 50ml, $89. This is for the unassuming man who lets his scent do all the talking. It’s a fresh oriental fragrance that uses notes of pepper, lavender, fennel, cardamom, patchouli and vanilla to their fullest advantage. You know what they say: never misjudge the quiet ones.

KENZO ONCE UPON A TIME FEMME (floral) & HOMME EAU DE TOILETTE (woody) 100ml, $110each. A limited edition joyously bottled in simple yet eye-catching flacons. Femme is a fresh floral concoction of peony, freesia, sandalwood and musk whereas Homme is an intense fresh woody scent with notes of nutmeg, vetiver, ginger and cedar.

CIOUS

ITASCA LUBIN EAU DE PARFUM (woody-green) 75ml, $190. This to me smells of a great forest after a downpour. It has neroli, marigold, mandarin, juniper berry, grapefruit, clove, tonka bean, clary sage, nutmeg, geranium flower, vetiver, cedar, and myrrh. It is fresh, woodsy and invigorating; perfect for the gregarious man in your life. » Stockists Narciso Rodriguez (exclusive to Myer, selected doors). Calvin Klein, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi, Giorgio Armani, Guerlain, Kenzo, YSL (Myer, David Jones, Pulse and selected pharmacies) Tom Ford, Halston and Van Cleef & Arpels (exclusive to David Jones, selected doors) Rance, Keiko Mecheri and Lubin (Peony Melbourne 03 9882 0662, 07 3846 2227) Byredo Parfums www.meccacosmetica.com.au

LIMITED EDITION

JUST DELISH! A TRIUMPH

QUIET SEXY

NO RULES I wear fragrances regardless of whether they are made for women or men. To me, grouping scents into categories and sexualising them is the greatest marketing ploy. Wear what you feel good in and start with these. VAN CLEEF & ARPELS MIDNIGHT IN PARIS EAU DE TOILETTE (floral-leather) 75ml, $89. A tantalising scent that reminds me of floral and leather. It has citrus, lilies, green tea and vanilla– a definite night-time fragrance.

INSPIRED

TOM FORD AZURE LIME EAU DE PARFUM (citrus) 50ml, $290. Just imagine slicing lime and wondering if you can capture that intoxicatingly fresh smell. Well Tom Ford

has done it, an excellent accompaniment for the coming warmer months. RANCE 1795 TRIOMPHE EAU DE PARFUM (woody-floral) 100ml, $286. This is the scent I am dousing myself with this summer. It is fresh, woody floral; a perfect combination of citrus notes, apple, rose, jasmine, iris, sandalwood, cedar and vanilla. KEIKO MECHERI SANGUINE EAU DE PARFUM (gourmand) 75ml, $266. Founded by Keiko and Kamel Mecheri in the 1990s, this remains truly a niche company. The fragrance is at once sweet floral candy and summery citrus fruits. It has notes of blood orange, orange rind, citrus, musk and white florals.

BYREDO PARFUMS GYPSY WATER EAU DE PARFUM (woody-floral) 100ml, $235. Although this was launched in 2008, it is new to Australia. Byredo is the mastermind of Stockholm-based Ben Gorham; the brand is short for “by redolence” and all the scents in the range are inspired by Ben’s personal travels, experiences and memories. Gypsy Water marries notes of juniper, bergamot, pepper, lemon, pine, vanilla and musk to give the scent a mixture of forests and earth.


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Chances are you’ve been in, around or on top of Platform without realising it. Situated in the Degraves Street Subway, Platform is a series of display windows that once belonged to a department store and is now home to an ever-changing array of drawings, paintings, sculptures, performances and installations. Next time your train is delayed (and, knowing Melbourne’s trains, this is likely to be pretty soon) pop down the stairs and have a peek. Degraves Street Subway, CBD www.platform.org.au

As if taking the attended lift up the Nicholas Building in Swanston Street isn’t fun enough, there’s also Blindside on the seventh floor to top it off. A welcome space that offers a nice alternative to the commercial galleries in the area, Blindside has considered shows and good written material to go with them. follow the grey hallways – Blindside is through the old wooden door on your left. Nicholas Building, level 7, room 14 37 Swanston Street, CBD Wednesday-Saturday noon-6pm www.blindside.org.au

Artist talk by lionel Marchetti.

Brad Haylock, A Quarter Turn on Every Screw, April 2010. (KiNgS Ari)

rogério Duarte, 2009.

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West Space is one of the granddaddies of Melbourne’s artist-run gallery scene. founded in 1993, it’s a spacious gallery with helpful staff, interesting work and an easy confidence that comes from being long in the tooth. look for the chocolatebar-sized sign on the letterbox; the gallery is on the first floor. level 1, 15-19 Anthony Street, CBD Wednesday-friday noon-6pm, Saturday noon-5pm www.westspace.org.au

Kings was started by rMit graduates in 2002 and is still going strong. it’s reliably well curated, dishing up exciting work from both local and national artists. it’s a great place to check out video work, with a dedicated projection room. Well worth a look if you’re in the city’s west (though be sure to note the address or bring a map, lest you find yourself lost in the “gentlemen’s district” of King Street). level 1, 171 King Street, CBD Wednesday-Saturday noon-6pm www.kingsartistrun.com.au

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the Narrows is not nearly as small as it sounds, though it might be small fry compared with some of its larger neighbours in flinders lane. Started in 2006, the Narrows is an architect-designed gallery with an inner-city feel. it represents a handful of well-known Australian artists and has an emphasis on graphic design. 2/141 flinders lane, CBD Wednesday-friday noon-6pm, Saturday noon-5pm www.thenarrows.org


Friends show, 2010. (TCB)

1000 £ Bend's exhibition space.

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TCB

TCB is a friendly gallery with a lively calendar of experimental art. Finding TCB can be an adventure in itself, so keep your eyes peeled for the iron door and rather homely staircase. Not as flashy as some of the other artist-run spaces (look out for the cosmic linoleum), TCB offers innovative work and great openings. Level 1/12 Waratah Place, CBD Wednesday-Saturday noon-6pm www.tcbartinc.org.au

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Flea markets, exhibitions, vintage bike hire, a horror-cinema society and, ah, pilates classes – 1000 £ Bend is the place to go for a little bit of everything. The large rear gallery shows a variety of work from installations to performances, and there’s a café at the front where you can sit and take it all in. Events come and go quickly, so check the website regularly. 361 Little Lonsdale Street, CBD Monday-Friday 8am-7pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am-7pm www.thousandpoundbend.com.au

FOOTSCRAY COMMUNITY ARTS CENTRE

Footscray Community Arts Centre’s slogan is "Keeping Art Real", which is a good indication of what you’ll find here on any given day. the centre, which began in 1974, is all about creating communities, and features a broad range of work and an even broader audience. Home to artists, producers, teachers, community groups and more, it is a hub for art in the city’s west. 45 Moreland Street, Footscray Tueday-Sunday 9.30am-5pm www.footscrayarts.com

Scott Mitchell taping space. (JONAS ROPPONEN)

A Fly in a Plane, Anthony Johnson, 2010. (CONICAL / CHRISTO CROCKER)

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Seventh is a smallish gallery that offers a platform to experiment and build relationships. Several shows are often held at once, so when opening night rolls around, expect a full house and a variety of work. A stone’s throw from several other artist-run spaces in the area, Seventh is a great place to begin an afternoon’s gallery hunting. 155 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy Tuesday-Saturday noon-6pm www.seventhgallery.org

Conical is a friendly and increasingly popular artist-run space in Fitzroy, with lots of natural light and an open ceiling that makes for great acoustics. Tucked away just off Johnson Street, this one can be hard to spot – watch out for the white and orange gallery signs. 3 Rochester Street, Fitzroy Wednesday-Saturday noon-5pm www.conical.org.au \ ADELE SMITH adelebsmith@gmail.com


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OK, so the thought of a documentary about backyard oil drilling may not exactly get the adrenalin pumping. Add to that the fact it’s shoddily shot – the camera held with all the precision of a nervous, recovering alcoholic – and GasLand appears to offer scant incentive to leave the house. What it does offer, however, is one of the most compelling screen narratives of recent months. At times it’s a genuinely edge-of-your-seat conspiracy thriller, as our brave hero (and director) Josh Fox travels across America, unearthing appalling injustice and corruption. Rather than detract from his tale, the amateurish production values add a vital sense of authenticity. Instead of being a polished journalist chasing a story, Fox is an ordinary American with a video camera, wanting to find out more about a gas company’s offer of $100,000 to go drilling in his backyard. What he discovers is a hidden nation of silenced citizens, whose water supplies have been contaminated by an industry chasing fossil fuels at any price. Some residents are able to set alight their gas-tainted tapwater, others are afraid to turn the tap in case their kitchen explodes. Fox is able, ultimately, to point the finger at the villains responsible and expose the ease with which government can be corrupted, but his film rarely feels like a polemic. Unlike Michael Moore, he doesn’t need to resort to cheap stunts or visual gimmicks, as his story is appalling enough on its own merits. One day, someone in Hollywood will make a thriller of this starring George Clooney and be showered in Oscars. By then, of course, we’ll all be bathing in bottled water.

rAisiNG HOPe \ CHANNel TeN, weDNesDAy NOvemBer 17, 8Pm There’s something terminally adolescent about this new American sitcom. Ostensibly a family comedy in the vein of Modern Family, Raising Hope plays like a live-action cartoon, quick-cutting from one visual gag to the next, with scant concern for petty details such as verisimilitude or narrative. Clearly intended for the ADHD generation, few scenes last longer than 30 seconds, as if constantly worried our attention span might wander. More crucially, such a speedy, twitchy approach to exposition helps hide the fact that very little about the story makes any sense. Slacker Jimmy is 23, living at home with his trashy family, and wanting something to give his life purpose. On his way to get ice-cream, he has a one-night stand with a serial killer, who is then executed, shortly after giving birth to his baby daughter. Can Jimmy cope with the responsibilities of sudden parenthood and still hook up with the sarcastic girl from the supermarket? For the most part, the focus is heavily on the gross-out, so much so that it’s hard to escape the feeling that this has been written for teens, by teens. If the broad humour doesn’t raise a smile, there is, at least, some entertainment to be found in imagining the script meetings as hosted by Beavis and Butt-head. “So he, like, totally barfs all over the baby. And then the mum comes in and, like, she barfs all over the baby too.” “Whoa dude, that’s gross.” Cue sniggers.

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A world of happy endings opens at ACMI this week, with the Australian debut of an exhibition featuring more than 70 years’ of art from Disney’s cinematic fairytales. Originally designed as a “gift” for the hurricane-ravaged people of New Orleans, the collection features about 600 original artworks, such as story sketches and background paintings, from all stages of the animation process. The result is an impressive tour through the history of cartoon cinema, from the hand-sketched frames of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to the computer-animated cels of as-yet-unreleased Rapunzel flick Tangled. Dreams Come True should serve as a timely reminder of the company’s vital contributions to cinema culture. \

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JUMP! by Jilly Cooper $32.95 (Transworld)

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It was a very clever Jilly Cooper who, in the mid-1980s, observed a growing fascination with all things Sloane Ranger (Charles and Di, polo, navy-blue skirts and Liberty print blouses, “Hooray Henrys’’, Tatler magazine, Kings Road and Kensington High Street, and babies with names such as Camilla, Beatrice and Rupert), then decided to write a series of novels based around the British horse riding, show jumping and polo set. Riders, Rivals, Polo and her other bestsellers jettisoned readers into the English home counties and the world of rascals such as Rupert Campbell-Black and Billy Lloyd-Foxe. In 2010 Cooper is back with another rollicking read, this time set against the backdrop of the Grand National. Giddy-up!

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LITERARY MISCELLANY: EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO kNOW ABOUT LITERATURE By Alex Palmer $19.95 (Skyhorse Publishing)

THE FUNNIEST THING YOU NEVER SAID 2 by Rosemarie Jarski $27.95 (Ebury Press)

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100 MUST-READ HISTORICAL NOVELS By Nick Rennison $16.99 (Bloomsbury)

Following the extraordinary sales of volume one, writer and scriptwriter Rosemarie Jarski has sourced more funny lines from curious sources to create another brilliant collection of quotations. This book is a must for all speech makers, politicians, fathers of the bride, best men and women, and anyone with a good memory and a keen desire to impress at dinner parties. A vast range of well-known identities, from Winston Churchill to Homer Simpson, are quoted on subjects as varied as playing golf, sex, government, gardening, having your hair done, the internet, royalty and alcohol. Go forth and be witty.

BURIED IN BOOkS: A READER’S ANTHOLOGY By Julie Rugg $24.95 (Frances Lincoln Limited)

HETTY’S DAY OUT by Pamela Allen $24.95 (Viking)

Pamela Allen is one of Australia’s most successful children’s book authors and illustrators who, this time, turns her attention to the life of a cat called Hetty. Hetty is a scavenger whose day is spent smiling like the cat who’s licked the cream – which, in Hetty’s case, is not far from the truth. Friends in her village like to feed Hetty scraps (Mrs Milton makes her own ice-cream and even offers Hetty four strawberry ones). But what happens to a pussycat whose tummy gets bigger and bigger? Young readers will love this one, and the illustrations are delightful. Suggest it for the Father Christmas list.

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KIDS

ooks about books have dominated my week. What started as research for an article about “virtual’’ book readers – Kindles, iPads and the like – became a stock check on the number of titles in our shop that relate to the writing, reading, design and publishing of “physical’’ books. So many as I discovered as I worked my way around the shelves. Yet our sales figures show that a fair number of our customers are also interested in the history and evolution of book publishing. Let the professional navel gazing continue, then, and may we win the fight against electronic devices that masquerade as books. Literary Miscellany: Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Literature is my current favourite in this genre. New York-based author Alex Palmer contributes to media outlets such as The Huffington Post, Billboard and Mediaweek and has a good understanding of how to present information in an accessible and witty way. What a magpie collector of facts, anecdotes, funny quotations and stories. From a vast range of sources dating back to Homer’s The Illiad and Odyssey, Palmer takes us on a journey that starts with the entertaining storytellers of ancient times, through to the hand-written manuscripts and first printed words of the Middle Ages, to 18th- and 19th-century magazine serialisations, to the arrival of the first novel – and beyond. In the introduction, Palmer declares his motivation for writing the book. “I hope this book helps remind you just how much fun books can be – perhaps even entertaining enough to compete with reality TV shows and Facebook.’’ He adds that “many epic poems and dense novels have just as much sex, drugs and violence (and, of course, relevant, thought-provoking ruminations) to keep even the shortest attention span riveted.” The book begins with a selection of brilliant opening lines from novels. “The sun shone, having no alternative, on the nothing new,’’ Irish writer Samuel Beckett announces at the start of his 1938 Murphy. And Charles Dickens’s famous first sentence in David Copperfield: “Whether I shall turn out to be the hero of my own life, or whether that station will be held by anybody else, these pages must show.’’ Anyone contemplating writing fiction should make this page mandatory reading. Palmer states that “the writing of this book began with some simple questions: who was the first literary villain? What’s the difference between a novella and a novel?’’ As his questions became more complex (“Can a book be too much of a bestseller?’’), Palmer dug further into the history of publishing. He divides his research into three sections – writers, readers and words – then breaks these into chapters with attention-grabbing titles such as “Is coffee or opium better for creativity?’’ Read on and you will find out.

In the same genre, we also recommend Bloomsbury’s latest in its successful Good Reading Guide series. 100 Must-Read Historical Novels is compiled by British bookseller and writer Nick Rennison, who does not attempt to outline the best ever, but “instead I have chosen 100 books to read, which I think will provide some sense of the enormous range of novels … which can be classified as ‘historical fiction’.” Rennison’s choices are enlightened and not always obvious, and they remind us how many literary masters turned to the past for inspiration. The book is set out in alphabetical order of the author’s name, with the title of the book, a shortish description and plot outline, then a couple of recommendations of books by other writers who follow similar themes. Baroness Emma Orczy’s The Scarlet Pimpernel, for example, features a brief bio of Hungarian-born Emma, then the book itself (which started life as a London stage show), and an examination of its main character, Sir Percy Blakeney, one of literature’s most daring heroes. Under “Read On’’, Rennison provides Pimpernel fans with further options – The Amateur Gentleman by Jefferey Farnol and Rafael Sabatini’s Scaramouche: A Romance of the French Revolution. A final suggested read for those who love books about books – or are thinking of possible Christmas gifts for loved ones who do – is Buried in Books: A Reader’s Anthology by Yorkshire author Julie Rugg. This is ideal for people who are obsessed with collecting and buying books, and who love them for their look, feel and smell as much as the story inside. If you think you’re crazy because you visit a bookshop every week (or day), or find yourself always racing over to the “old books’’ section at the school fair with a skip in your step, then take heart. Plenty of very famous people also suffered from bibliomania, as Rugg – a book obsessee, also – reveals. Walter Scott, Samuel Pepys and Leonard Woolf all loved “muddling among old books’’, as Scott describes it. British PM William Gladstone bought and sold entire libraries at a time, with several shrewd booksellers able to take advantage of his passion and sell books back to him. “Book lovers would like to appear sage and superior,’’ Rugg writes. “In reality, the mania associated with acquiring, reading and simply messing about with books can be downright grubby.’’ Her collection of anecdotes, diary entries, quotations about books and reading, and literary snippets is a joy to dip in and out of; we dare a Kindle to provide so much pleasure. As US critic Maureen Corrigan observed in her 2005 book Leave Me Alone: I’m Reading, “book lovers always have to touch books.’’ Amen. \

CORRIE PERkIN corrie@mybookshop.net.au


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Review\ talent on tap

Tiny Dancer

cheyenne Grigg is just 10 years old and has been dancing almost since she was born. hari raj finds out what makes her tick.

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n June, a selection of dancers were hand-picked to perform at the 2010 Australian Dance Awards. Some of the finest in their field, they gathered on stage to close the award show with a rousing performance of the finale of A Chorus Line. They came from many parts of Australia, with different backgrounds and degrees of experience, but with one common denominator – talent. In their ranks was one diminutive figure. Her name is Cheyenne Grigg. She’s just 10 years old. And she’s been dancing almost since she was born. “When she was a baby, if music came on, she actually moved her head in time with the music. It was incredible. That rhythm, that movement, was always

Above: Cheyenne Grigg dancing in A Chorus Line at the Australian Dance Awards. (BrAD HiCk / Six 6 PHotoGrAPHy)

Left: Cheyenne would rather dance than go to school. (SUPPLiED)

there,” says Kathleen Paulka, Cheyenne’s grandmother. Watching Cheyenne perform plays havoc with the audience’s perception of scale. Her movements are so sure, so practised, that it seems like she is an adult performer on an impossibly vast stage. Her mother, Bianca Paulka, recalls taking her to a Hi-5 concert when she was six months old: “She wouldn’t sit still! She just kept moving to the music. When we got home she just continued dancing around the house. She’s always dancing.” When she turned two, Cheyenne was old enough to be accepted into dance schools. She’s been trained in many different styles, but does she have a favourite kind of dance? The answer is accompanied by a swift smile and a brow furrowed in concentration. “I like to dance to not olden-day music, but music that’s out right now. And I like doing hip-hop, so lots of hip-hoppy songs, like not slow songs. Fast songs.” Fidgeting slightly, Cheyenne identifies Jason Derulo as her favourite artiste, and says she dances even when she’s by herself. “I like when you dance, you can get your …” she trails off for a moment, searching for the right word. “It lets all your emotions out. It’s just free. You can do whatever you want.” With complete certainty, Bianca, 30, declares that if Cheyenne had her way, she wouldn’t go to school – she would much rather be dancing every day. Cheyenne swiftly agrees. She hasn’t thought about the future, but there is one burning ambition, accompanied for the first time by a little shyness: “I would like to be on So You Think You Can Dance.” She practices daily, and is in training for about 14 hours a week, including a nine-to-five stretch on

“dancing ... it lets all your emotions out. it’s just free.”

Saturdays. Cheyenne also points out that one of her favourite parts of dancing is being on stage – but what about all the people in the audience watching? “I don’t care,” she says, grinning. “I just want to be on stage.” Cheyenne’s parents are separated, and it is her grandmother Kathleen, 57, who pays for the dance classes and drives her to them. Bianca describes her as “Cheyenne’s biggest supporter”, but Kathleen waves aside suggestions that this is admirable. “It’s not a chore for me. They’re not children for too long, and it’s not a lot of time to give up for them. Life passes you by too quickly,” she says. “The beauty is that she never once says ‘Nanny I don’t want to go.’ She is up and ready and can’t wait. As far as dance goes, you can teach her something and she’ll remember it. It’s not a matter of thinking about it – she’s doing it because she loves it.” But Cheyenne’s budding dance career almost came to a crashing halt in 2009, when she was in hospital for three months due to complications from a staphylococcal infection, which led to osteomyelitis. The strain was penicillin-resistant, making it difficult to treat. She had to stop dancing for a year; in fact, she was lucky to live. Bianca explains that being stripped of her passion layered injury on top of injury for the bedridden Cheyenne – who kept pestering her mother to let her dance. “I was angry because I wanted to get back to dancing but I wasn’t allowed to. I was so bored, doing nothing after school,” Cheyenne says, fidgeting again. “I was scared because I hadn’t been dancing in so long, I was scared I might have lost some of my flexibility. But I did my exercises and then I came to summer school and I loved it so much.” After her recovery, Cheyenne attended summer school at Jason Coleman’s Ministry of Dance in January this year. It was the first time she was allowed to dance since falling ill. “What a miracle it is that she is still here and able to dance,” Bianca says. “When I said it was the first time she was dancing in a year, they couldn’t believe it.” Cheyenne had lost none of her ability, and certainly made an impression – she was hand-picked by Jason Coleman himself to take part in the finale of the Australian Dance Awards. “Jason was asked to choreograph the finale, so he went through all his creative processes and got all the professionals ready. He thought Cheyenne was every bit the professional,” says Petra Sawicki, a talent agency and production manager at the Ministry of Dance. Cheyenne was thrown into the deep end for the performance. There were just two rehearsals beforehand, and then there she was on stage, holding her own with professional dancers from all over the country. Big breaks don’t come much bigger. “It was really hard, but they were good steps to do,” she says. “I like dancing with older dancers, because they’re older and they help you better. You just say you didn’t understand the step and they’ll go through it with you.” This instant charm, according to Kathleen, is something Cheyenne has always had: “People warm to her. She’s not the sort to run up and go ‘Hello everybody’ – she’s not desperate for attention, but she attracts it.” And then the interview ends, and we’re packing up to go, and Cheyenne and her brother are a little way ahead. Cheyenne is twirling and stepping, completely unself-conscious, and the realisation hits – she hasn’t been fidgeting throughout the interview. With just her legs, under the table, she’s been dancing. Always dancing. \

hraj@theweeklyreview.com.au


REVIEW\ YOGA ME WELL

GENERATION YOGI and Mei walked into the ANNALISE community-centre class, two wriggly, giggly pubescent girls. I smiled weakly

and sighed. I sighed because I was tired and community-centre classes are often demanding; they’re cheap and attract truckloads of lovely people whose needs are vast and wide. Acute back problems, specific injuries, chronic conditions, inflamed emotions, exhausted mums, self-conscious, concretised men, the vital and enthused, the depressed and disillusioned – and on this tired night, I knew I couldn’t span the chasm. “What is it you’d like out of this class?” I asked the girls, who were there for the first time. “Fun,” they said. I explained to them, and their poor, frazzled, overworked mother, that while they were welcome to attend, they’d enjoy a richer experience at a yoga class tailored to the Yogi Generation. Mum was offended (overtired). How dare I presume her children were lacking the intelligence to grasp the spiritual concepts of an adult class. Sigh. It’s not about intelligence. Yoga for kids and teens is different to yoga for adults. In fact, young kids, in particular, are much closer to their spiritual “womb” or inner-self because of their all-embracing perspective. We life-worn adults are the ones with steely bars of

FRESHLY BREWED

good the parenting, it helps to have an independent unhelpful attitudes and beliefs blocking our way. adult (who isn’t emotionally invested) whose soul job Age-appropriate – and developmentally appropriate – (awful pun, but intended) is to recognise, nurture and yoga can be delivered as the magic it is because children uplift their individuality. have the imagination and openness to explore yoga’s spirituality. Why shoehorn a young person’s radically COMPETING FOR GOLD different state of mind and emotional and physical being Healthy competition is gold for establishing essential into an older class when passionate teachers are tailoring qualities such as motivation, focus and discipline yogic adventures for four- to seven-year-olds, but ruthless on self-esteemless others who eight- to 11-year-olds, 12-15-year-olds and YOUNG compare themselves endlessly, and fall short higher teens? Some people question whether kids KIDS ARE MUCH despairingly, of their role models. Yoga’s created, non-competitive space need yoga at all. What have they got to be CLOSER TO THEIR consciously teaches kids that they are winners as they knotted-up about? Ask any primary-school SPIRITUAL are: “You are unique for a reason; no one cherub and the answer could be “plenty”: can ever be a better ‘you’; and only you can missing time with parents or divorce; “WOMB”. do what you have come to do in this life.” Yoga cyberbullying; sick loved ones; sibling rivalry; encourages kids to accept everything they are, the friendships turned sour; plain old not coping positive and the negative. (already). Here are a few reasons to seek out an age-appropriate QUASIMODOS IN THE MAKING class for your beautiful blossoms. Kids’ rapidly evolving bodies are strapped into heavy STORM BREAKER school bags and plonked on seats far too many hours a At a time when teens most need reassurance and day, compressing delicate spines and ceasing muscular support, a yoga teacher makes a terrific storm breaker. activity (and therefore vital internal processes). At He or she can be a non-threatening, significant source home, it’s more of the same at the PC or TV. Osteopaths, of perspective for beleaguered or confused teens who chiropractors and Bowen therapists must rub their are trying to work out their place in life. No matter how hands in glee at the security of this income stream. I’m

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MINI RESOURCES Keep your eyes peeled for flyers. Google “children’s yoga Melbourne”. Search www.yogabugs.com.au or www.findyoga.com.au or www.yogateachers.asn.au to find a kids’ class near you.

often astounded at how much kids lack in reasonable flexibility and strength.

Check out this excellent boxed set of cards for under eights (“Creative Yoga Games for Kids”) as well as a guided relaxation CD for teenagers at www.overthemoonstudio.com/index.html.

WISE L’IL SOULS

Imagine if someone had told you at an early age that your potential was infinite, that you had all the resources within you to cope with anything life threw your way, and then showed you how to tap those resources. Yoga teaches self-awareness, self-responsibility (for life and your actions and reactions to it) and how to draw upon intuition and deeper layers of wisdom by connecting to the inner self. That’s one “imaginary” friend you want by your side.

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Kids rarely hear the sound of silence. One of life’s speedier lessons is that you’re “weird” if you enjoy time alone. And too many children’s extracurricular activities rival the diaries of blue-chip executives, creating a generation of burnt-outs before they’ve had time to bloom. Little yogis learn the value of quiet, reflective time through relaxation and visualisation. Let’s nurture a contemplative, clear-thinking generation. \

LISA MITCHELL lisa@lisamitchell.net.au

» Lisa Mitchell is a hatha yoga teacher, relaxation instructor and freelance writer/editor, who specialises in holistic well-being. » Join blog chat on this article at http://lisa-mitch.blogspot.com/

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Review\ SAiLiNG royal Melbourne yacht Squadron hIStory The Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron, with a history of more than 120 years, is one of the oldest yacht clubs in Victoria. Most major championships have been held off its shores and the squadron was the control centre for the 1956 Melbourne Olympic yachting events. The squadron had its beginnings in the early 1870s when a small group of yachtsmen and occasional fishermen gathered at St Kilda beach. There were challenges, and soon informal races started.

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Top: All hands on deck on Portofino ... with the wind in their faces and their sails. Above: RMYS commodore Stuart Tait. (SUPPLIED)

coMModore Due to the connection with the sea, most yacht clubs use naval terminology. The chief executive officer is the commodore. Usually, under the commodore there are also the vice-commodore (in charge of land-based activities) and the rear commodore (in charge of water-based activities) reGattaS A regatta is a term used to describe boat racing. A regatta is either a series of rowing, sailing or yacht races.

members oversee the redevelopment of St Kilda Marina. Once the RMYS project is complete, there will be 250 new floating berths and a bigger breakwall that will offer better This perfect combination causes Royal Melbourne Yacht protection for yachts. Squadron commodore Stuart Tait’s heart rate to increase, and Parks Victoria also plans to build a swimming pool, a new pier the pleasant 30-minute tram journey from the city to St Kilda and increase the number of berths to 600. becomes unbearable. Commodore Tait and his management team are working He says there’s no cure for addiction to wind and you are forced with Parks Victoria on developing the design, and more to just live your life around it. than 130 submissions have been received concerning “The trials of the day are quickly lost with friends and the sea the redevelopment. consumes all those thoughts that were previously so important,” “I have been spending much of my time developing financial he says. models so that we can go to our members and offer long-term “There are times when the boat is surrounded by penguins leases to raise capital for the development,” he says. or visited by dolphins or seals. “It is now 10 years since RMYS began the process of SAiLiNG “Sailing is immersing oneself in the environment seeking permits and designing the marina. and allowing the whims of the wind, seas, rain and “We have over 100 members who have pledged to iS LeSS AbouT sunshine to totally impact on what you are going to do: take up a 20-year lease, and we will be seeking more boyS ANd ToyS interested parties.” What sails do you hoist? Which direction do you sail? ANd moRe foR What clothes do you wear?” The reason for the redevelopment is that the existing The 52-year-old has had this obsession since he marina is in need of repair and the harbour does not fAmiLieS was a child growing up near Lake Macquarie, south of provide safe anchorage, he says. Newcastle in New South Wales. The development also caters for an anticipated increase “I was surrounded by bush and water, and it is during in members, which will go from 870 to 1400 within five years this period I formed my ongoing interest in nature and its of completing the project. There will also be more facilities for conservation,” he says. younger sailors. Apart from sailing most evenings on his yacht Portofino, which Commodore Tait says sailing is becoming less about “boys and he and his partner Jane co-own with two other couples, he has their toys” and more about becoming a family pastime. sailed the Sydney-to-Hobart yacht race on an S&S 34, which is “These days our club is more aware of providing facilities for similar to Jessica Watson’s pink boat. He’s also raced catamarans. kids to get out on water,” he says. On other adventures he has cruised in the waters off Turkey, “To manage a boat like ours, which is 38 foot, requires a crew Croatia and Sicily. of 10. But there’s a new adventure for commodore Tait and his “They come from all walks of life and are not defined by their team, consisting of general manger Peter Dawson, social economic circumstances.” \ GeorGe IerodIaconou vice-commodore Linda Goldsmith and rear commodore Ian george@kitemag.com.au Lodewyckx, that will begin this year when they and other


Review\ cheques & Balances and commentators were economists in a flap when interest rates didn’t go up three days after the grand final

The outlook for Australian shares is about as good as it has ever been, writes ALAN KOHLER.

Why I’m positive about shares

replay, as so many had many predicted. They should have relaxed, because it happened on Melbourne Cup day a month later. What was even more dramatic was a prediction from HSBC’s new economist, Paul Bloxham, who has just come from 12 years in the bowels of the Reserve Bank. He reckons interest rates will go up 1.25 per cent by the end of next year. My own view has also shifted with that of the market. The risks are still there but any question marks about the Australian economy have been removed. Specifically, any concern that the private sector would not step up and take over from the government’s fiscal stimulus in driving economic growth were dispelled by the June-quarter national accounts. The transition from public to private spending in Australia has been incredibly smooth, and while there will no doubt continue to be a political debate about whether the stimulus was unnecessarily large, that’s irrelevant and academic now. As a result of the June national accounts and the data since then, I’m feeling as positive about the Australian economy and sharemarket as I ever have. The one negative is our currency, which is already nestling comfortably in the parity range as a result of all this bullishness (although it may be due for a near-term correction). Over the next one or two years, rising Australian interest rates and the need for the US to get its currency down will definitely result in the Aussie


What does all this mean for your portfolio? Well, I think Australian gross domestic product growth is likely to exceed 6 per cent for at least three years and

“AustrAliAn shAres look genuinely cheAp right noW.”

that, as a result, Australian shares are very cheap. That might sound like a big call, but in fact the only thing that will prevent that sort of economic growth is a wages and inflation breakout, followed by a much bigger increase in official interest rates than is currently priced in. Inflation is rising and is likely to remain at the top of the RBA’s 2-3 per cent target band. But Australia is much more competitive than it was even a decade ago, thanks to the efforts of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. Companies just don’t have the pricing power they had and, at this stage, wages are no longer national, so pay rises in the mining industry in Western Australia and Queensland won’t inevitably flow through. So even though unemployment is likely to fall below 5 per cent, there is no reason to think inflation won’t stay more or less under control. If I’m right, and nominal GDP growth is more than 6 per cent for a few years, analysts will start to adjust their sales growth targets. Currently the median sales growth forecasts are between 5 and 6 per cent. Citigroup’s analysts have “bottom-up” sales and

profit forecasts for the ASX 200 companies of 8 per cent and 24 per cent respectively for 2010-11 (these are an addition of the individual forecasts for each company from the specialist analysts). But that’s dominated by mining; for industrials the forecasts are a more subdued 5.5 per cent and 7.5 per cent growth. And that’s where the operating leverage from stronger economic growth can come in. Stronger-than-expected GDP growth will result in higher sales growth, which will go straight to the bottom line. Yes, costs will also grow but nowhere near as much as sales and, more importantly, the benefits of the big cost-cutting programs of the past two years are still flowing through. In other words, Australian companies are entering a sweet spot of rising sales and margin expansion. It means that Australian shares look genuinely cheap right now – not as cheap as they were last March, perhaps, but two years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, instead of just six months, the world also looks a safer place. That’s not to say there are no risks; there are plenty of risks related to the debt overhang associated with the credit bubble, which should prompt a healthy allocation towards fixed interest (although with rates set to rise further and more rapidly than expected, you should keep your durations short). But it’s also a great time to buy Australian equities. That’s because the world can’t quite believe how good things look in this country, so prices haven’t yet caught up with Australia’s new reality. \

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remaining at parity and heading beyond. An Australian dollar above parity will hurt some companies, but for the big miners the effect of this will be swamped by booming demand for bulk commodities and the staggering amount of investment in the pipeline. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, mining companies expect to increase their capital investment by 48 per cent in the year ahead. RBA governor Glenn Stevens has called it the greatest minerals and energy boom in Australia since the late 19th century. Over recent years the investment in mining and energy facilities has not really been matched by booming exports: when prices soared, volumes fell, so that net exports have been a drag on growth, not a boost. While investment in resources projects has doubled over the past five years, minerals and energy export volumes have increased by only 15 per cent, and imports have gone up more. That’s about to end. Volumes and prices both look set to be strong over the next few years, and although this is likely to be offset to some extent by weaker manufacturing and farm exports because of the higher currency, net exports will be a big contributor to growth for the foreseeable future. With the gold price set to keep rising, gold exports will contribute to that story as well.

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Eggplant is a warm-season annual, requiring a growing season of five months frost-free. It needs warm soil to germinate so, if grown from seed in Melbourne, it needs to be started inside, either with a bottom-heat propagator or on a warm window sill. For that reason it makes sense to buy seedlings that have been started in a greenhouse, or grafted eggplant, which are vigorous, productive and have good disease tolerance. Prepare soil with compost or well-rotted manure and space plants in a block 60 centimetres apart, in full sun and with a stake. Feed regularly with liquid manure, mulch well and water regularly. When plants are 15-20 centimetres high, pinch out the tips to encourage branching. Pick the fruit while the skin is still glossy and firm.

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November plaNtiNgs \ vegies to Melbourne are often stunned visitoRs by what Melburnians refer to as our “four seasons in one day” climate. The pattern of

summer heatwaves, followed by a cool southerly change, with temperatures dropping 15 or 20 degrees, makes no sense when viewed against the four seasons paradigm of Europe or North America. According to researchers at Monash University’s School of Biological Sciences, the Wurundjeri and Bunurong people had their own way of marking the changing seasons, and lifestyle depended very much on the rhythm of the seasons. Unlike in Europe, winter here is seen as a season of growth. The unfavourable season is high summer, when much of the ground flora becomes brown and dies off. Museum Victoria has chosen to follow a seven-season pattern in its displays in Melbourne, and at Coranderrk Reserve in Healesville, with the dry season being January and February. Perhaps it is time for a rethink. Gardening strictly according to the four seasons can be a challenge when the mercury hits 40 degrees in summer. It makes sense to enjoy our gardens now in early summer, and then find a shady spot to wait out the hot, dry season. \

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With the exception of broad beans, beans are a warm-season crop. Seeds should be planted about 10 centimetres deep and 60 centimetres apart in rich, well-drained beds. For climbing beans, put supporting or climbing poles in place before planting so as not to disturb roots later. Beans need regular watering but be careful not to over-water them. French beans, green beans, snap beans, shell beans or runner beans are all commonly grown in Australia and are available as seeds or as seedlings. Try growing edamame, a large-seeded soybean that is eaten as a green vegetable. It is high in protein and delicious. Boil or steam the pods for 5-10 minutes, then cool under running water. Squeeze the seeds from the fibrous pods and enjoy with a beer. sweeT Corn

Choose a bed that receives full sun and dig in compost and well-rotted manure. Sow seeds directly into the bed, 3-4 centimetres deep, spaced 20-30 centimetres apart in rows 60-90 centimetres apart. Always plant in a block, as this improves pollination and ensures well-filled cobs. When the first node on the stem shows root nodulation, hill up the plants with soil to 25-30 centimetres deep. Corn must be watered regularly to produce good, milky cobs, and it takes about 85 days before harvest. Count 18 days from when the “silk” appears at the top of the cob and start checking for ripeness. Many gardeners companion-plant corn and climbing beans, with the corn stalks providing a support for the beans.

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PumPkins

We’re all familiar with Jap, Queensland blue, ironbark, butternut and golden nugget in our greengrocers but there are some delicious heritage varieties to grow if you have the space – and you need plenty. Potimarron is a small, teardrop-shaped French pumpkin with aromatic chestnut-flavoured flesh that is great for roasting. Marina de Chioggia is believed to be an Italian cousin to the Australian ironbark and has dark-green, dimpled skin with dry, sweet flesh. Or try Musquee de Provence, another French variety with fluted orange skin and sweet flesh suited to roasting. Sow seeds 2.5 centimetres deep, directly into hills of compost, one metre apart. Water regularly but do not over-water, especially before germination or the seeds will rot. Harvest in autumn when the vines have withered. Pick with a stem six centimetres long and dry in the sun before storing. CuCumbers

Cucumbers dislike acidity and need full sun and frequent watering to produce a decent crop. Prepare soil with compost and well-rotted manure and sow 1-2 centimetres deep and 50 centimetres apart against a trellis. Growing them vertically saves space in a small garden and helps reduce fungal problems. Spray regularly with a seaweed solution and pinch out the terminal bud to encourage branching. It takes about 60 days to harvest. Pick them daily, retaining two centimetres of stem to reduce water loss and improve storage. summer squash and zuCChini

Why do nurseries continue to sell punnets of zucchini with three or four plants? Every gardener knows that even one plant will produce more fruit than any family can possibly eat. And if you forget about the plant for a couple of days, you can expect to have bowling pin-sized marrows when you next take a look. Zucchini and squash need rich, well-drained soil, high in nitrogen with plenty of compost. Sow in hills one metre apart and keep the soil moist. They can be grown on a trellis or support to save space and to keep the fruit clear of snails and slugs. Pick zucchini and squash when small. The flowers of both can be picked and stuffed or dipped in batter and fried.

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3186 DuDley StReet Address:

4 Dudley Street, Brighton

Developer:

Rubicon Pacific

Building design:

SJB Architecture

landscape design: Jack Merlo Design Sales:

Off the plan, Buxton Brighton

Contact:

Brian Devlin 0419 395 241 bdevlin@buxton.com.au Regina Schmidt 0438 659 128 rschmidt@buxton.com.au

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Location fROM $4.25 MilliOn

About 11 kilometres south-east of the Melbourne CBD, this development is midway between Elwood’s vibrant cafés and beachfront and Brighton’s Church Street shopping precinct, Dendy Beach, the Royal Brighton Yacht Club and the Middle Brighton Sea Baths. It is moments from the bay foreshore and the bay trail off-road walking/cycling tracks. Many private schools are nearby, including Brighton Grammar School, Brighton Secondary College, Firbank Girls’ Grammar School, Haileybury’s Castlefield campus, St Leonard’s College, Xavier College’s Kostka Hall junior campus, Star of the Sea College and St Michael’s Grammar.

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fast facts \ in 1841 Hendy dendy paid £5120 at £1 an acre for eight square miles (20.72 square kilometres) of Port Phillip land, sight unseen. dendy arrived on february 5, 1841, to claim his land. His scheme for immigrant settlement fell over because of a financial depression and few who purchased land; dendy died a pauper. With generous blocks and the prospect of sea bathing, Brighton attracted wealthy residents and by 1846 was the third-most populated town on Port Phillip Bay. today, Brighton is home to some of melbourne’s wealthiest citizens.

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his development celebrates the site’s unique history through the conservation of the heritage-significant St Kilda Post Office building, constructed in the mid-1850s. According to Heritage Victoria, William Wardell, who headed the Public Works Department during this era, was called upon to cut costs, and pursued a design policy of “the simpler the better – so long as proper architectural effect is preserved”. While retaining the existing façade, architects Carabott Holt have breathed new life into the building, reinvigorating the site with a contemporary residential addition. The new development comprises a mix of oneand two-bedroom apartments, with on-site parking and ground-floor commercial spaces. Apartments feature large windows to maximise natural light and the stunning views. Open-plan living

and a balcony ideal for entertaining create a feeling of light and space. Warm timber floorboards complement the minimalist design. Kitchens feature state-of-the-art Miele appliances, an integrated fridge and stone benchtops. Bathrooms have clever storage solutions, large tiles and the in-wall cistern toilet and shower are integrated seamlessly to create clean, modern lines. In an area where the parking inspectors are notorious for being fiercer than a pitbull, the on-site parking is a necessity, not an option, for those residents who choose to own a car. The ground-floor retail component will extend the Inkerman shopping precinct all the way to St Kilda Road. \

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MARSHALL WHITE 9822 9999 5 Yarra Street, Hawthorn Price: $4.5 million + Auction: Saturday November 27 at 12.30pm Fast facts: Victorian house with architect-designed contemporary renovation, original features, open fireplaces, powder room, lift, en suite, walk-in wardrobe, American oak and Italian sandstone floors, CaesarStone benchtops, Miele appliances, open-plan living, terrace for outdoor entertaining, hydronic heating, shutters, blinds, 25,000-litre underground concrete water tank, automatic sprinklers, triple garage, cellar, study, laundry, close to tram, train, shops, Yarra River parkland.

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This three-storey gem retains desirable Victorian features while providing every wanted modern feature, writes MARIA HARRIS.

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awthorn has no shortage of Victorian houses. But in Yarra Street, in the suburb’s exclusive St James Park precinct, among the classic single-storey Victorians, three houses stand out. Tall and slender, these three-storey houses, with towers and an almost gothic appearance, form their own unique streetscape at the Burwood Road end of the street. The house at 5 Yarra Street is on the market after being meticulously restored, extended and modernised. Guilford Bell & Graham Fisher Architects has turned the once-dilapidated house, with its peeling paint and derelict interiors, into a 21st-century showpiece. Interiors are mainly neutral with splashes of apricot, a colour scheme which also extends to the roses in the garden. Plenty of Victorian details have been retained, such as the cornices, hallway arch and stained-glass windows, but this is cutting-edge contemporary. The place has basically been rebuilt from a shell. Everything from the slate roof to the timber floors has been replaced with a no-expense-spared philosophy. The detail is extraordinary. Dark bricks on the façade have been painstakingly tuck-pointed to evoke the period. In the lounge room at the front of the house, gothic arches have been applied over the apricot-painted cornices, yet there is a reproduction marble mantelpiece at the open fireplace. The idea, said the supervising architect, was to go for an elegant, understated modern approach. The traditional Victorian staircase was moved. In its place off the entry hall is a spectacular powder room with decorative Italian mosaic tiles. A three-metre

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mirrored door divides the space between the toilet and the powder room. Next to the powder room, a lift services all three levels. This is a great marketing tool for the over-55s who are likely to have the money for a house like this. A second living room, called the sitting room, has a strikingly modern mantelpiece at the fireplace, several large ceiling light fittings and stained American oak floorboards. The rest of the ground floor is given over to a new addition that was designed to contrast with the Victorian heritage part of the house. Its strong horizontal lines contrast with the vertical elements at the front and produce a dramatic cantilevered effect. Anthracite zinc cladding has been used on the exterior and a frameless glass balustrade on the terrace means that the family room has a seamless view of the large back garden with its mature oak tree and red river gum.


IMPRESSED BY QUALITY Attention to detail, great design and the quality of the renovation were constant themes during the first open for inspection at this Hawthorn house renovated and extended by Guilford Bell & Graham Fisher Architects. More than 60 groups, mostly in the 40-60 age group, inspected the house, said agent Andrew Hayne.

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AndReW HAyne – AGenT The new addition also allows light into the kitchen and family living area. CasesarStone benches have a glass splashback. There is an island bench with soft-closing drawers and a full complement of Miele appliances, including plate warmer and microwave and integrated fridge and freezer. Italian sandstone tiled floors in the kitchen and family room have in-floor hydronic heating. Double-glazed cavity sliding doors protect the family room from the summer sun. There is also extensive built-in storage in the wall units that line one wall of the family room.

The new staircase, built off the hall near the kitchen, features a dark timber dado topped by timber handrail. It is carpeted in the same dark-grey plush carpet that is also used in the bedrooms. The main bedroom at the front of the house overlooks the street through the plane trees on the nature strip. Original stained-glass windows near ceiling height have been retained, while the modern look comes from the almost sheer grey/gold curtains. Its glamorous walk-in wardrobe features dark timber drawers and luxurious fittings, including double hanging space. The en suite combines an Italian mosaic-tiled wall with three mirrored cupboards above the long stone bench and dual vanities. The second bathroom services the other two bedrooms on this floor. The architects took advantage of the existing driveway on the northern side of the property where the natural slope of the land allowed for a generous garage space on the lower ground floor. This level also houses the laundry, a study, cellar and service area. \ mharris@theweeklyreview.com.au

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With Yarra River frontage, this property provides a glimpse of a bygone era, writes FRANCESCA CARTER.

HAWTHORN Located on the banks of the Yarra River, this heritage-listed property would have been the perfect setting for the great romantic landscapes that were popular in the late 1800s. Built in 1872 to the designs of architect James T. Conlon, Yarroma was constructed at a time when Melbourne was a lavish and raucous city. Yarroma is a classic example of Romanesque revival style, shown through the high archways, large porticos and formal living spaces, polychromatic brickwork, tessellated patios, soaring chimneys and scalloped corner towers. All the interiors have a richness and texture found only in Melbourne’s most exclusive addresses. A grand entrance foyer opens to a

formal living room, which has a spectacular bay window, dramatic chandeliers, velvet curtains and an original marble fireplace. The family living and meals area has a more relaxed feel, with floorboards and a contemporary colour palette. This area, once a ballroom, is a wonderful space for entertaining as it has direct access to the large patio. On the ground floor there are three bathrooms, three bedrooms, a large office, private study, spacious laundry and kitchen. A steep staircase leads to an underground gymnasium and wine cellar. On the first floor is a retreat that provides plenty of room for storage. It has direct access to the rooftop deck, which was once a widow’s walk. But it doesn’t stop there. Opposite the main

residence is a chapel that has recently been converted into a double-storey guesthouse. Built in the same polychrome brickwork, it has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a modern kitchen and a light-filled living and dining area. French doors open to a lovely outside terrace that wraps around the house. Moving towards the river-facing side of the property, a descending terrace leads to a tennis court, arbours, pathways, a cubby house on stilts, fruit trees, vegetable gardens and a vineyard. Bluestone-cobbled footpaths lead down to the river, where there is the opportunity to build a cantilevered boat shed and mooring. With a glassed-in conservatory housing the heated pool with mosaic inlays, and spectacular gardens filled with statues and fountains, Yarroma is truly like a fairyland. \

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RT EDGAR, 9826 1000 12 Coppin Grove Price: $15 million + Expressions of Interest: Closing November 22


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ABERCROMBYS, 9864 5300 12 Munro Street Price: $3 million – $3.3 million Auction: November 20 at 12.30pm

ARMADALE This majestic double-fronted Victorian is an example of how different styles can be successfully and stylishly combined. Set well back from the street, the house is well-presented with steeply sloped hipped roofs, wide eaves, intricate iron lacework and decorated flush joints. The manicured front garden features box hedges and rose bushes, providing some privacy

and shade in the summer months. Inside, the typically Victorian floor plan has three bedrooms and two living areas off the central hallway. With tall ceilings, original fireplaces, elaborate skirting boards, architraves, cornices and ceiling roses, each room possesses the elegance and grace found in houses of that era. The main bedroom includes a fully tiled en suite and large built-in wardrobe. Texture and richness can be found in the formal living rooms, which have been stylishly decorated

with striped drapes, mocha-coloured carpet and restored fireplaces. The rear of the house has been renovated and extended to include a laundry, kitchen, fifth bedroom and living and dining room. Although this area is contemporary, it still retains a homely feel with timber floorboards and open fireplaces. The kitchen features stone benches, a walk-in pantry and Miele appliances. Bi-folding glass doors open to a fully landscaped garden that includes a water feature, paved patio and carport. \ FRANCESCA CARTER

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MALVERN This exceptionally well-renovated five-bedroom family house is set in one of Malvern’s most renowned streets. This Edwardian residence is filled with crisp, modern interiors, making it an extremely inviting property. Its location is of the same calibre as the house: Glenferrie Road and the High Street shops are just a short stroll away. Even a large family will be able to enjoy a comfortable lifestyle with four separate living areas. The divine main bedroom features an open fireplace, deluxe en suite, walk-in wardrobe and bay windows that provide generous amounts of natural light. The open-plan kitchen/family/meals area is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows. The kitchen is a masterpiece, equipped with huge marble benchtops, modern appliances, a butler’s pantry and a laundry extension. Out the back there is plenty of space for the kids to run around as well as a sizeable barbecue area and a lovely al fresco dining space. A remote-controlled double carport is also at the rear. Upstairs, the teenagers’ retreat is the ultimate hangout. The bedrooms and bathroom surround a spacious living room with its own balcony that offers street views. Including an executive study with bay and box windows, superb leadlight windows, not to mention heating and cooling, this house is a family paradise. \ TOM HYWOOD

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JELLIS CRAIG, 9809 8999 116 Stanhope Street Price: $2.8million + Auction: November 20 at 11am


WHERE TO LIVE\ AGENTS’ CHOICE

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80 Caroline Street, South Yarra ................................................................. Price: $1.75 million + ................................................................. Auction Saturday November 27 at 3.30pm .................................................................

30 Belson Street, Malvern East ................................................................. Price: $2.2 million - $2.4 million ................................................................. Auction Sunday December 5 at 11.30am .................................................................

Behind an exquisite balconied façade, the lifestyle allure of this historic c1885 Victorian residence's blend of period charm and light-filled contemporary style is enticing and just moments to Toorak Road and Botanic Gardens. Let's eat lunch @ Harvey´s, 10 Murphy Street Let's eat dinner @ France Soir, 11 Toorak Road Let's drink coffee @ Picnic, 60 Toorak Road

This refined five-bedroom, two-bathroom family residence achieves an ideal balance between low-maintenance ease and consummate modern luxury.

WHERE TO LIVE\ WE LOVE IT

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HOCKING STUART, 9830 7000 1 Viewpoint Road Price: $1.8 million – $2 million Auction: November 27 at 1pm

Although it is just 12 kilometres from the city, this glorious residence has the space and quietness usually found only in the country. From the street, a long pebbled driveway lined with manicured lawns and tall trees leads to a remote-controlled double garage. A grand portico entrance opens onto a tiled hallway, which has views of the north-facing garden and pool. The house has been designed in a U-shape. This ensures that every room has views of the gardens, further heightening the country feel. The main bedroom features a three-sided walk-in wardrobe and a fully tiled en suite with twin vanities and a spa bath. Style and quality are very much the theme of this house, which features glass walls, Zimbabwe granite, porcelain floors and feature-wall lighting. The kitchen has European appliances, a built-in wine rack, cabinet feature lighting and a wide breakfast bar. An entire wing that has been designed for children and teenagers has three bedrooms (each with its own built-in wardrobe), a rumpus room and two bathrooms. \ FRANCESCA CARTER

Let's eat lunch @ Juzt Blue, 395 Wattletree Road Let's eat dinner @ George's Greek Tavern, 5-7 Waverley Road Let's drink coffee @ Our Kitchen Table, 134 Burke Road

DETERMINED TO FIND WAYS TO WORK OUT MARKET VALUE the value WHILE you place on a property is

ultimately the most important factor in influencing what you are prepared to pay, you also want to know its market value. But how do you know what that is? Is there some secret market-value formula? No, there is no definitive “sticker price” market-value figure when it comes to residential homes – unlike shares, where it is possible to know the market value at any given moment just by looking at the list of bid and ask prices. With houses, there are two major differences from shares – systems for viewing other opinions of market value are often not as transparent; and rarely are two offers exactly the same on either the buying or selling side. In Melbourne, the closest we come to the sharemarket market-value system is an auction with multiple bidders, and it is a great system when not affected by price-distorting practices. In order to have something like an accurate opinion of a property’s market value before an auction or private sale, we could build our own “Collective of

often plays no part and market forces will clearly determine the outcome”.

Opinions” along the lines of a sharemarket’s Bid and Offer, Open and Close, High and Low boards. Agents have to do something like this when they come up with an estimate of what a property is likely to sell for. It’s only ever going to be an estimate, points out Tim Fletcher, of Fletchers Canterbury, because the only way to truly value a house is to “put it on the market and find out”. But there are some some important indicators of what the market might be willing to pay for a particular house, he says. First, look at what the house sold for last. Two, look at trends in the overall market – is it a buoyant booming market, or is it looking a bit sluggish? Then it’s a matter of comparing recent sales in the street, suburb and area/ municipality. One of the biggest pitfalls for vendors, says John Haley, of Barry Plant Eltham, is to base market value on one “hot” sale of a property in their own street. He believes the most important indicator of a property’s likely value are comparable sales that have occurred in the last few weeks as well as comparable properties currently on the market. “Like shopping for most things, buyers are comparing prices, so there must

AUCTIONED FOR $1.47 MILLION 84 Carpenter Street, Brighton

be some relativity there, otherwise buyers are unlikely to inspect your home!” Jenny Dwyer, of Hocking Stuart Sandringham, says that she looks at a number of factors in valuing a property: its location and its proximity to beaches, shops, schools and public transport; the land size; the streetscape and the surrounding properties; the age and condition of the house; and comparable sales achieved within the suburb over recent months. But, she adds, “there is always the X factor, where some homes have an intangible extra about them where logic

Meanwhile, David Hart, of Buxton, says that the agency arrives at an estimate assessing the value of the land, and adds the value of improvements, combined with an analysis of recent comparable sales evidence. However, he adds, agents also go by gut feel for what buyers will pay for a property, based on many years’ experience, “which, interestingly enough, often ends up the most accurate”. A house’s market value is often more a concept than a figure – but our modern world requires a figure. So while there are many differences in market-valuing houses there are some across-the-board consistencies – criteria and method. Three main criteria are valued – land plus building plus the X factor or emotion, and the main method in determining the value of each is comparing what others have paid for similar criteria. MAL JAMES Principal Buyer Advocate 0408 107 988 \ 9804 3133 WE ONLY BUY HOMES www.james.net.au


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52 Mathoura Road, Toorak ................................................................. Price: $2.5 million - $2.75 million ................................................................. Auction Saturday November 27 at 2pm .................................................................

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20 Barrington Avenue, Kew ................................................................. Price: $2.1 million + ................................................................. Auction Saturday November 27 at 2pm .................................................................

HAWTHORN 3 This elegant, freestanding Victorian terrace opens to a pool and parklands at the rear and is conveniently located a short walk to Hawksburn and Toorak Village shopping, cafes and restaurants. Let's eat lunch @ Browns Cafe, 489 Toorak Road Let's eat dinner @ Manna, 602 Toorak Road Let's drink coffee @ Tarvena Alevansi, 470 Toorak Road

With an impressive street presence, this refined rendered-brick c1930 residence is enviably positioned moments from leading private schools and represents a blue-chip family lifestyle opportunity on a superbly landscaped allotment. Let's eat lunch @ La Q, 223 High Street Let's eat dinner @ Svago, 285 High Street Let's drink coffee @ Studio Movida, 138 Cotham Road

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FLETCHERS, 9836 2222 6 Melville Street Price: $1.4 million – $1.5 million Auction: November 20 at 1pm

This freestanding timber Victorian cottage has been immaculately rebuilt and impressively transformed to include a first-floor main bedroom suite. Inside, wool carpeting and American oak floorboards give a high-end feel, while light bounces through windows along the hallway. The front bedroom has built-in mirrored wardrobes and an open fireplace, and is next to the central bathroom, with an open shower and floor-to-ceiling mirrors. Next is a separate powder room, second bedroom with built-in wardrobes and a large laundry. The main bedroom, with parkland views and a balcony, has a walk-through wardrobe to an en suite. The back of the house has another study alcove and a kitchen with mirrored splashbacks, stone benchtops, Miele appliances and an island bench. The open-plan dining/living area features a gas open fireplace and bi-fold doors that lead to a garden and a reserve behind old stable gates. Other features are ducted heating/cooling and an alarm. \ MICHELLE OSTROW ZUKERMAN

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WHERE TO LIVE\ AGENTS’ CHOICE

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Kay & Burton Albert Park 9252 1800

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Bennison Mackinnon 9864 5000

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164 Nott Street, Port Melbourne ................................................................. Price: $1.8 million + ................................................................. Auction Saturday November 20 at noon .................................................................

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27 York Street, Prahran ................................................................. Price: $780,000 - $830,000 ................................................................. Auction Saturday December 4 at 12.30pm .................................................................

CAMBERWELL 4 Newly renovated and located close to Bay Street shops and transport, this charming residence features spacious open-plan living and dining alongside a stylish courtyard and a 15-metre heated lap pool.

This superb two-bedroom Victorian is complemented by a light-filled modern extension that maximises the sense of space and features a sunny courtyard.

Let's eat lunch @ The Velvet Bar, 331 Bay Street Let's eat dinner @ Moulin Noir, 154 Rouse Street Let's drink coffee @ seven:am, 155 Bay Street

Let's eat lunch @ Cooper and Milla's, 1094 High Street Let's eat dinner @ Vin Cellar, 212 High Street Let's drink coffee @ Windsor Deli, 33 Hornby Street

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Jellis Craig Hawthorn 9810 5000

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NOEL JONES, 9809 2000 12 Green Street Price: $1.2 million – $1.3 million Auction: November 20 at noon

A liquidambar and lush foliage in the front garden provide a lovely welcome as you enter this renovated and extended 1930s family house. The original section has traditional art-deco features such as ornate ceilings, glass-panelled doors and open fireplaces. The main bedroom has built-in wardrobes and a new en suite with hall access, allowing it to double as a powder room. There is a second bedroom and a a utility room, then you come to the new additions. The timber kitchen has an adjoining meals area with Shugg windows, and the contemporary family room opens onto a jarrah deck. The children’s wing has a third bedroom with built-in wardrobes, a shared bathroom and a laundry. Another light-filled bedroom, with outdoor access, overlooks the back garden. Drought-tolerant plants and trees, a pergola, a fruiting olive tree, a small stream with fish, a cubby house, vegie patches and a grass area complete the picture. \ MICHELLE OSTROW ZUKERMAN

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Noel Jones Glen Iris 9885 3333

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Hocking Stuart Balwyn 9830 7000

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29 Inglesby Road, Camberwell ................................................................. Price: $1.3 million + ................................................................. Auction Saturday December 4 at 1pm .................................................................

26 Elphin Grove, Hawthorn ................................................................. Price: $2.2 million + ................................................................. Auction Saturday November 20 at 10.30am .................................................................

21 Peace Street, Glen Iris ................................................................. Price: $1.4 million - $1.5 million ................................................................. Auction Saturday December 4 at noon .................................................................

6 Ropley Avenue, Balwyn ................................................................. Price: $2.7 million - $2.9 million ................................................................. Auction Saturday November 27 at noon .................................................................

Wonderfully spacious proportions, stylish updates and a lovely decked garden make a compelling combination in this solid Edwardian offering an easy lifestyle on the edge of junction restaurants, boutiques and Camberwell primary schools. Let's eat lunch @ Deco Restaurant, 211 Camberwell Road Let's eat dinner @ Riversdale Thai, 655 Riversdale Road Let's drink coffee @ Santucci's Cafe, 1392 Toorak Road

Set deep behind a high front fence and perfectly located within a short stroll of Glenferrie Road's fashionable shops, restaurants, transport, parks and some of Melbourne´s finest schools.

The size of this land measures 18.3m x 57.9m, suggesting an exceptional new house site or multiunit development potential adjacent to Gardiners Creek parkland. It is being offered for the first time in several generations. Let's eat lunch @ Glen Iris Milk Bar, 106 Glen Iris Road Let's eat dinner @ Mamma Mia Pizza, 1450 Malvern Road Let's drink coffee @ Third Earth Cafe, 1461 Malvern Road

French-influenced five-bedroom, fourbathroom house with views to parklands behind. Sumptuous, refined, relaxed and teen areas, home theatre, Miele/stone kitchen plus decked poolside kitchen. Let's eat lunch @ Snow Pony, 95 Whitehorse Road Let's eat dinner @ Jazz Ria, 228 Whitehorse Road Let's drink coffee @ Town and Country Gardens, 24 Whitehorse Road

Let's eat lunch @ Liar Liar, 90 Kinkora Road Let's eat dinner @ Della Nonna, 844 Glenferrie Road Let's drink coffee @ Replete Providore, 302 Barkers Road


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3-5 Rimington Avenue, Kew ................................................................. Price: $3.5 million + ................................................................. Auction Saturday December 4 at 1pm .................................................................

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6 McKinley Avenue, Malvern ................................................................. Price: $1.1 million + ................................................................. Auction Saturday November 27 at 10.30am .................................................................

MALVERN 4 Beautifully positioned in a quiet nook amid quality schools, this sensational house delivers the ultimate family lifestyle with resort-style saltwater pool, flood-lit tennis court and luxurious clubhouse. Let's eat lunch @ La Q, 223 High Street Let's eat dinner @ Estivo Restaurant, 330 High Street Let's drink coffee @ Cocoa Patisserie, 169 High Street

This simply delightful, double-fronted Victorian presents stylishly renovated proportions extending to private al fresco entertaining set in an easily managed landscaped garden. Let's eat lunch @ The Living Room, 12-18 Claremont Avenue Let's eat dinner @ Maris, 15 Glenferrie Road Let's drink coffee @ Sugo, 105 Wattletree Road

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BENNISON MACKINNON, 9694 5000 1 Lara Street Price: $1.7 million – $1.9 million Auction: November 20 at 2.30pm

In a picturesque area, this classic red-brick Edwardian family residence has an enviable outdoor entertainment area and pool. With a high brick fence, established gardens and a verandah, there is lead-lighting at the front door and, inside, ornate ceilings, picture railings and open fireplaces. To the left of a wide entry hallway is a bedroom with bay windows. The main bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and en suite. To the right is another bedroom or large sitting room with built-in shelving and cupboards. A shared bathroom is off the laundry. There is a huge open-plan living/dining room with air-conditioner and a new kitchen, with a Miele stainless steel dishwasher and a six-burner Smeg oven, and glass doors that lead outside. The pool area has decking and built-in seating, a pergola and box hedges. There is rear-lane access to undercover parking for two cars and a shed. \ MICHELLE OSTROW ZUKERMAN

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WHERE TO LIVE\ AGENTS’ CHOICE

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Kay & Burton South Yarra 9820 1111

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Jellis Craig Balwyn 9831 2800

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2a Grosvenor Court, Toorak ................................................................. Price: $3.5 million ................................................................. Auction Saturday November 20 at 1pm .................................................................

27 Kalonga Road, Balwyn North ................................................................. Price: $1 million + ................................................................. Auction Saturday December 4 at noon .................................................................

Featuring grand proportions and elegant interiors, this stunning sun-filled family house comprises luxurious living areas, spacious bedrooms, extensive terraces and manicured gardens.

This architect-designed house blends state-of-the-art luxury and sleek designer style for an easy-care environment to suit those with an eye for contemporary flair. Quietly positioned near Belmore Village, bus, bike/walking trails and freeway. Let's eat lunch @ Snow Pony, 95 Whitehorse Road Let's eat dinner @ Mabrown, 190 Belmore Road Let's drink coffee @ All About Coffee, 335 Whitehorse Road

MARSHALL WHITE, 9822 9999 28 Sycamore Street Price: $1.2 million + Auction: November 20 at 10.30am

You couldn’t ask for a better location. This pretty house, set on a stunning tree-lined street, is just around the corner from schools, East Malvern station, shops, Urban Forest Reserve and Chadstone Shopping Centre. Stylish interiors and Baltic pine floorboards create a comfortable homey feeling, as does the French-style kitchen with Victorian oak benchtops. The attractive property features three bedrooms, the main with wide shuttered windows and a built-in wardrobe. There are also two bathrooms, a dining room and an open kitchen/meals/family area plus a laundry. The outdoors area is quite spectacular. A brick patio leads to a sizeable grassy area, which extends through high hedges into another section of the exceedingly deep backyard. With a beautiful front garden, ducted heating, air-conditioning and irrigation, this beautiful property is a delightful prospect. \ TOM HYWOOD

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Let's eat lunch @ Romeo's, 450 Toorak Road Let's eat dinner @ Quaff, 436 Toorak Road Let's drink coffee @ Mana Café, 603 Toorak Road

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Hocking Stuart Balwyn 9830 7000

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Fletchers Balwyn North 9859 9561

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18 Immarna Street, Camberwell ................................................................. Price: $1.4 million + ................................................................. Auction Saturday November 20 at 1.30pm .................................................................

16 William Street, South Yarra ................................................................. Price: $4 million - $4.4 million ................................................................. Auction Saturday November 27 at noon .................................................................

1 View Point Road, Balwyn North ................................................................. Price: $1.8 million - $2 million ................................................................. Auction Saturday November 27 at 1pm .................................................................

10 The Boulevard, Balwyn North ................................................................. Price: $2.2 million + ................................................................. Auction Saturday 27 November at 11am .................................................................

Those seeking a house with zoned living areas and a superb location will find this attractive single-level contemporary brick residence the perfect answer for families or retirees.

This substantial Victorian house (c1886) has eight principle rooms on a generous allotment of approx 880sqm. It offers a great family lifestyle, walking distance to Toorak Road and Chapel Street shopping precincts and South Yarra trains/trams. Let's eat lunch @ The Argo, 64 Argo Street Let's eat dinner @ Botanical, 169 Domain Road Let's drink coffee @ Fresky, 169 Commercial Road

Secluded and secure, this house comprises family room/meals, European kitchen, powder room, formal living/dining, study and rumpus. Features: solar-heated swimming pool and triple garage. Let's eat lunch @ Kim Crown, 141 Bulleen Road Let's eat dinner @ Satguru's Indian, 139 Bulleen Road Let's drink coffee @ Hahndorf's Fine Chocolate, 149 Bulleen Road

This perfectly presented residence offers panoramic views over the Yarra Valley and is set in beautifully landscaped gardens with ponds, a terrace, an in-ground pool, al fresco area and magnificent outdoor kitchen. Let's eat lunch @ Delicacies, 63 Doncaster Road Let's eat dinner @ Epoca, 117 Bulleen Road Let's drink coffee @ Mint on Burke, 1144 Burke Road

Let's eat lunch @ Deco Restaurant, 211 Camberwell Road Let's eat dinner @ Riversdale Thai, 655 Riversdale Road Let's drink coffee @ Zazu, 1377 Toorak Road


WHERE TO LIVE\ COAST WATCH

PORTSEA Portsea might have its cliff-top mansions and its jet set, but it also has established holiday homes that offer tranquillity and space yet are still only a couple of minutes from the town centre. The house at 21 Ibis Way, at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac off Franklin Road, is one of these. With absolute frontage to the Portsea lagoon, home to hundreds of species of migratory birds, this 1800-square metre property is a nature lover’s paradise. White-painted fences, level lawns,

sheltered outdoor entertaining areas and a private jetty leading to the lagoon give it a Hamptons-like quality. Yet it offers everything for a stress-free holiday house. At the front, the private swimming pool is set in stunning paved surrounds. Nothing is too far from anything else in this house and you don’t have to go traipsing a long way to reach the outdoor living and entertainment zones. An open-plan kitchen is the hub of the house. It separates the family and meals area from the living room, where the Portsea limestone fireplace is a central focus. This entire living zone has sliding glass doors to a large

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outdoor entertainment area framed by scented lavender hedges. Back inside, the main bedroom, with an en suite and walk-in-wardrobe, is off the living room. Three more bedrooms, a family bathroom and a laundry are grouped together at the other end of the house. The double garage at the front has a door to the laundry and the house. With only a little work, one wall of the garage could be opened up to the pool and entertainment area, leaving plenty of room to build another garage on the large expanse of lawn beside the house. \ MARIA HARRIS

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KAY & BURTON, 5984 4744 21 Ibis Way Price: About $1.5 million Auction: November 21 at 2pm

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COAST WATCH Let MARIA HARRIS reduce the legwork on the Mornington Peninsula as you search for your next home.

MOUNT ELIZA Sea change came early to this family with five children, who moved from suburban Canterbury three years ago to spread their wings in Mount Eliza. Now they are going rural on a farm further down the peninsula and leaving behind this ripper of a house. It is big, yes, but entirely manageable, well designed, only four years old, filled with natural light, opposite exclusive Toorak College and walking distance to the shops. The house is well sited on the front half of the 2600-square metre block, leaving enough room for a large lawn at the front. At the back, a stunning outdoor living area combines timber decks, 18-metre lap pool and spa, floodlit tennis court and play equipment, including a cubby house and in-ground trampoline. Even the cabana with kitchenette, living area and en suite overlooking the pool has class. At the front of the house, a porch leads to the entry hall with a powder room on one side and large study on the other. The main bedroom, also at the front â&#x20AC;&#x201C; with views to an attractive side garden planted with vegetables â&#x20AC;&#x201C; has a stylish stone en suite and walk-in wardrobe. The informal kitchen, meals and living area has a terrific stone-topped bench, mirrored

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AQUA REAL ESTATE, 9775 2222 80 Old Mornington Road splashback and Tasmanian oak floorboards. The dining area is on the other side of the island bench. Storage is paramount in this house, with heaps of built-in cabinets on two walls of the living room. A rumpus room (or home theatre) is off the living room but not disconnected from the main part of the house. On the rear wall of the dining and living room, bi-fold glass doors open onto the spacious

terrace, which should make outdoor entertaining easy. Decks on either side of the pool create even more usable space, with steps going down to the lawn and tennis court at the back of the block. Four bedrooms and two bathrooms are off the upstairs hall, which is lit by a long skylight. For position, style, ease of entertaining and every possible family feature, this house is worth serious study. \

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AQUA REAL ESTATE, 9775 2222 5 Bay Avenue Price: About $4 million Expressions of Interest: Closing December 13

MOUNT ELIZA Tuscany comes to Mount Eliza in this big, bold cliff-top mansion in the suburb’s golden mile. Its Tuscan credentials come from the terracotta-coloured rendered façade set beneath a red Mediterranean-style tiled roof, tower and huge pillars supporting vast outdoor terraces. But this is Tuscany “sul mare” (by the sea). Every living zone, both inside and out, of the 65-square Tuscan villa has panoramic views across Port Phillip Bay, with the city skyline and the You Yangs on the horizon. Set on 2697 square metres, behind electronic gates and with top security, this house has soaring six-metre ceilings in the entry hall, massive formal and informal living rooms and a raft of features offering the last word in beachside luxury. But if the beach is not your thing, entertainment areas on the mid and upper levels open onto wide sandstone-paved terraces with priceless views. Adding to the notion of the complete,

self-contained beachside paradise is the horizon-edged swimming pool that is a mere sliding glass door away from the main bedroom suite and the super-sized family room. From the porch entry at the side of the house, the stately hall leads past the study to a wing of four bedrooms (one a guest suite with en suite and walk-in wardrobe) on one side. Up a few steps from the centre of the hall is the main bedroom suite and family room with wet bar. On the upper level, the formal living and

dining rooms adjoining the granite-finished kitchen have the same spectacular views and sliding doors to the covered al fresco terrace. The house surprises in that it also has a large north-facing rear garden with mature palm and citrus trees, lush lawn and space for a tennis court. Heating, open fireplaces, refrigerated air-conditioning, wine storage, enormous cellars and a large fitted laundry are more features. But it’s the rooms with the views that give this house its winning edge. \

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POINT LEO Point Leo may not have the cache of neighbouring Shoreham or Red Hill, but this house offers an enviable lifestyle and views to match. In fact those views are a full 180 degrees of sweeping panorama that takes in Phillip Island, Western Port Bay and Seal Rocks. It is a deceptive property because, as you drive up the long driveway, you have no idea what lies ahead. The house is well positioned to the rear of the 0.526-hectare site. At the

front, a large timber deck is ideal for outdoor entertaining and taking in the views. And we are not talking sea glimpses here, but big, big stretches of water and coastline. The kitchen, living and meals area are at one end of the house with sliding glass doors to a covered al fresco area that extends all the way out to the deck. This house might be in a sleepy seaside hamlet but it lacks for nothing when it comes to convenience and comfort. The kitchen, for example, has stone benchtops with gleaming white soft-closing drawers, stainless steel appliances and plentiful cupboards with

internal lighting. The more formal living and dining room is on the other side of the kitchen. Three bedrooms – all with wonderful views to Western Port Bay – and a contemporary spa bathroom are grouped off the hall, which leads to the end of the house. Here, the main bedroom suite with en suite and walk-in wardrobe also has an inviting retreat with the same gorgeous views. The recent addition of an office or gym with its own en suite bathroom and double doors that lead to a deck that runs along the rear of the house, completes the picture. \


WHERE TO LIVE\ COAST WATCH

SHOREHAM Real-estate agents often like to say that a house “speaks to you”. Barunah, in Shoreham, didn’t just speak to me, it positively sang – and it hit all the right notes. Prepare for love at first sight from the moment the rusty (designer) gates swing open and you hear the crunch of the gravel underfoot on the drive. An avenue of Manchurian pear trees provides an elegant approach past rolling hills dotted with sheep, two dams, garden rooms framed by low stone walls and elegant hedges, and a tennis court. And we are not even at the house yet. The 7.68-hectare property, owned and renovated by builder Damian Canny, is a testament to his design skills and perfectionism. Where some people may have been tempted to pull down this older-style brick house, Canny restored and renovated it. It is contemporary but still has a rural quality that blends perfectly with the setting. A series of broad timber steps lead to the north-facing timber deck with boat-wire balustrade that overlooks the garden, pasture and dams. The house has a linear design with a double carport under the roofline. Inside, polished concrete floors contrast with white walls. White-painted beams and internal arches might be from another period, but style never goes out of fashion, and Canny has brought bucketloads of style to this place. The open-plan kitchen with timber benchtops and white-tiled splashback has the air of a French country farmhouse. The window at the

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KAY & BURTON, 5989 1000 27 Shoreham Road Price: $2.5 million + Auction: November 21 at 2 pm sink gives a view of the hills, the dams and the outdoor entertaiment area. Another bench separates the family and dining area from the kitchen and overlooks the informal meals area. Two bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes, are off a hall, with a spa bathroom and laundry opposite. The fourth bedroom and a study/fifth bedroom are also off a hall that leads to the big living room. Here an open fireplace provides warmth you need on a cold winter’s night; windows with white plantation shutters overlook the deck on the northern side of the living room. The carpeted main bedroom, with en suite and walk-in wardrobe, has white walls, taupe carpet and a mocha feature wall. Canny has turned this house into an atmospheric family home, and has spent big money on the garden and infrastructure including building a second, larger dam and timber-clad double garage and shed. In doing so, he has created the consummate rural lifestyle property, only an hour from Melbourne and close to all the attractions of the Mornington Peninsula. \ MARIA HARRIS


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Albert PArk

56 Victoria Ave RT Edgar 212 37 richardson st Bennison Mackinnon 246 107 richardson st Bennison Mackinnon 255 31 Little Page st Bennison Mackinnon 263

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22 Maylands Ave 42 Woodville st 2a Buchanan Ave 29 Helston st 53 Bulleen rd 11a Millicent Ave 16 Hillview rd 60 Viewhill rd 2/34 Kenny st

18 Golflinks rd Hayden Torquay & Anglesea 335

bArwon heAds

ArmAdAle

bellArine

5/13 denbigh rd Hocking Stuart 33 Adelaide st Marshall White 1B Barnato Gve Marshall White 17 denbigh rd Marshall White 806 Malvern rd Abercromby’s 12 Munro st Abercromby’s 22 rose st Bennison Mackinnon 7/579 dandenong rd Bennison Mackinnon 4/15 Wattletree rd Williams Batters 2/17 Inverness Ave Jellis Craig

Arthurs seAt

105 Fitzgerald rise

Marshall White 172

Ashburton

Ashwood

13 Ashwood dve 1 Kennett st 13 reid st

48 Grosvenor st

Marshall White Noel Jones Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig

Marshall White 181 Noel Jones 234 Noel Jones 235

Bennison Mackinnon 256

blAck rock

21 Arranmore Ave

blAckburn

34 Wolseley Cres 11 Gerald st 5 Larch st

blAckburn south 1&2 / 168 Holland rd

blAirgowrie

6 ropley Ave 5 Jason Crt 19/3-5 Kireep rd 17 May st 2/2a Parring rd 2 Barnsbury rd 145 Gordon st 76 Belmore rd 5/27 Weir st 18 Kenilworth st 30 Gordon st 12 Knutsford st 337 Union rd 210 Belmore rd 3 Millah rd 19 Oakdale Ave 16 Percy st 33 Yongala st 2/26 Barnsbury rd 21 King st 7 Lydia Crt 2/1 Westminster st 28 Narrak rd

bAlwYn north

box hill

62 Margaret st

box hill north

2a Cherry Orchard rise 3/2 Mersey st

box hill south

307 station st 14 Hill st 11 surrey st 51 Frank st

brighton

bAlwYn

32 stephens st 1 View Point rd 2/49 Kawarren st 36 Carron st 75 Hill rd 5 Millicent Ave 31 The Blvd 10 The Blvd 25 stephens st 5 Thackray st 1 Hillview rd 23 Ferdinand Ave 7 Columba st 31 Hood st 19 sweyn st 47 Yeneda st 7/1078 Burke rd 27 Kalonga rd

181 234 308 327 327

Hocking Stuart Hocking Stuart Hocking Stuart Hocking Stuart Hocking Stuart Fletchers Fletchers Fletchers Fletchers Fletchers Marshall White Abercromby’s Noel Jones Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig

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

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66 71 73 77 81 84 89 92 92 96 100 190 227 228 235 235 235 280

281 282 310 311 311 312 312 313 328

Fletchers

90

262-300 scotchmans rd Kay & Burton 119

2939 Point Nepean rd

59 st Georges Cres 1/10 Johnston st 23 donald st 14 Lucerne st 21 Boyle st

bAlAclAvA

76 138 139 140 218 219 255 263 270 308

3 Flinders Pde

Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig

70 roslyn st 50 North rd 4/23 st Ninians rd 4a Kooringal Gve 2&3/ 23 st Ninians rd 2/1 Chatsworth Ave 5 Lawrence st

brighton eAst 65 Glencairn Ave

Hocking Stuart

72

Woodards 80 Woodards 81 Noel Jones 236

burwood

35 Mcintyre st 25 Parer st 2B Patterson Ave 112 roslyn st 9 sunhill Ave

Foster & Co 101

Kay & Burton 129

Fletchers

99

cArnegie

2/9-13 Coorigial rd 7a McLaurin rd

15 edinburgh Ave 2/34-36 Anderson st

cAulfield eAst cAulfield north

1/13 Crotonhurst Ave 1-5/4 Carnarvon rd 20 Bambra rd 49 Norwood rd

chAdstone

2/32 Melinga Cres Fletchers 95 Jellis Craig 313

Hocking Stuart 74 Fletchers 91 Jellis Craig 286 Jellis Craig 314

Kay & Burton Kay & Burton Kay & Burton Marshall White Buxton Buxton Buxton

114 115 116 190 192 192 192

Marshall White 171

coldstreAm 84 Killara rd

docklAnds

6 stockhold Mews

dromAnA

135 Wallaces rd

eAglemont

62a durham st

Jellis Craig 287

Jellis Craig 315 Jellis Craig 315 Jellis Craig 316

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

elwood

16a dickens st 384-386 Barkly st 3/30a Ormond rd

RT Edgar 212

Gary Peer Gary Peer Marshall White Jellis Craig

131 132 154 317

Noel Jones 237

RT Edgar 216

ResCom 191

Kay & Burton 128

Noel Jones 231

112 152 200 247

Gary Peer 131

Buxton 193 RT Edgar 213 RT Edgar 215

1/3 stornoway rd Hocking Stuart 34 Judd st Fletchers 66 Hunter rd Fletchers 18 Immarna st Marshall White 4 east Crt Marshall White 18 Fairfield Ave Noel Jones 46 Cooloongatta rd Noel Jones 12 Green st Noel Jones 2/13 Halley Ave Noel Jones 11 Matlock st Noel Jones 133 Through rd Noel Jones 1 Beech st Noel Jones 1/1016 Toorak rd Noel Jones 1/571 Camberwell rd Noel Jones 24 Athelstan rd Bennison Mackinnon 29 Inglesby rd Jellis Craig 25 spencer rd Jellis Craig 21 Broadway Jellis Craig

74 87 99 186 186 225 228 229 229 230 230 236 237 237 256 288 289 314

355-357 Truemans rd Bennison Mackinnon 257

fitzroY

54 Nicholson st

flinders

2c Panton rd 29 Bass st

glen iris

glenburn

820 Break O’day rd

gnArwArre

40 Gnarwarre rd

109 Willis st

Philip Webb 240

Kay & Burton 117

Buxton 193

hArkAwAY

58 rowallan Ave Frank Facey First National 223

hAwthorn

fingAl 77 236 236 328 329

222 Tooronga rd Bennison Mackinnon 249 47 Ferndale rd Jellis Craig 317 2 Martin Cres Jellis Craig 318 5 Hortense st Jellis Craig 318 20 saxby rd Jellis Craig 319 51 Valley Pde Jellis Craig 319 21 Wilson st Jellis Craig 320 22 Cusdin st Jellis Craig 329 26 Fuller Ave Jellis Craig 329 3 denman Ave Jellis Craig 329 3 Harris Ave Jellis Craig 330

hAmPton Gary Peer 130 Gary Peer 132

3/150 Clarendon st Kay & Burton 144 Jolimont rd Marshall White 105 George st RT Edgar 45 Wellington Pde south Bennison Mackinnon

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68 97 166 167 187 226 290 291 316

Jas H Stephens 191 Noel Jones 237

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304 Glen eira rd

Hocking Stuart Noel Jones Noel Jones Jellis Craig Jellis Craig

cAmberwell

34 Maling rd 2/19 Mont Albert rd 20 erica st 27 Wattle Valley rd 108/188 Canterbury rd 169 Mont Albert rd 35 Logan st 40 Matlock st 31 Parlington st

1/14 Queen st

7 Mile Beach rd Byron Bay Property Sales 336

7 Ilma Crt

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cAulfield

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26 Oxford st 3 Merton st 3/42 range st

RT Edgar 204

Kay & Burton 120 Kay & Burton 126

4 Flowerdale rd Woodards 1618 Malvern rd Gary Peer 112 summerhill rd Christopher Russell 4 Florizel st Christopher Russell 10 dillon Gve Marshall White 31 dorrington Ave Marshall White 1 dundas st Marshall White 66 Maitland st Marshall White 24 Barina rd Marshall White 2a saxby rd Marshall White 1 dent st Noel Jones 21 Peace st Noel Jones 66 Gardiner Pde Noel Jones 6/36-38 Osborne Ave Noel Jones 35 ranfurlie Cres Bennison Mackinnon

1/6-10 Wyuna Ave Hocking Stuart 21 edward st Hocking Stuart 13 Manningtree rd Fletchers 6 Melville st Fletchers 130 Church st Marshall White 12 Oak st Marshall White 12 salisbury Gve Marshall White 30 smart st Marshall White 5 Yarra st Marshall White 23 sercombe Gve Marshall White 26 elphin Gve Marshall White 12 Coppin Gve RT Edgar 5/19 shakespeare Gve WB Simpson & Son 15 Hambledon rd Jellis Craig 19 Morang rd Jellis Craig 36 swinburne Ave Jellis Craig 3/15 Lisson Gve Jellis Craig 54 elgin st Jellis Craig 30/8 Wallen rd Jellis Craig 2/40 Creswick st Jellis Craig 4/178 Auburn rd Jellis Craig 23/17-25 Yarra st Jellis Craig

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536 Tooronga rd 21 Caroline st 3 Pleasant rd 34 Miami st 45 roseberry st 1 Anderson rd 4 Tourello Ave 1/126 rathmines rd 9/17 Auburn Gve 5 Oberon Ave 1 Kemsley Crt 25 Loch st 1a Brookfield Crt

heidelberg

5 Warringal Plc

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29 Falls rd

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21 Worthing rd

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

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RT Edgar 208

Buxton 193

Morrison Kleeman 217

Jellis Craig 297

14 evans rd Hocking Stuart 4/7 Churchill st Fletchers 1/72 Harp rd Fletchers 59/2 Malmsbury st Fletchers 1 stawell st Kay & Burton 214/1 derby st Christopher Russell

75 96 100 100 113 132

43 Barnard Gve Marshall White 3/7 Gellibrand st Marshall White 31 Gladstone st Marshall White 170 Princess st Noel Jones 2/44 Grandview Terrace Noel Jones 2/18 rossfield Ave McLaren 6/60 Princess st McLaren 182 Cotham rd McLaren 1, 3, 5, 7 Fenton Way Williams Batters 3-5 rimington Ave Jellis Craig 59 Argyle rd Jellis Craig 20 Barrington Ave Jellis Craig 7 eamon Crt Jellis Craig 22A Fellows st Jellis Craig 123 Pakington st Jellis Craig 2 segtoune st Jellis Craig 28 stevenson st Jellis Craig 5/69-73 earl st Jellis Craig 6/41 Parkhill rd Jellis Craig 10a Mcevoy st Jellis Craig

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kew eAst 1479 Burke rd 8 Walbundry dve 54 Hartwood st 123 Kilby rd

Fletchers 86 Marshall White 165 Jellis Craig 300 Jellis Craig 322

kooYong 8 Avenel rd 1 Avenel rd

Marshall White 141 Biggin and Scott 272

lower PlentY 57 rosehill rd

Morrison Kleeman 217

mAin ridge 100 Barkers rd

RT Edgar 216

mAlvern 33 Wheatland rd 39 Cressy st 6B Henderson Ave 19 Parslow st 1 Wilks Ave 6 McKinley Ave 8 Milton Pde 25 Cummins Gve 1c embling rd 14 elizabeth 376 Glenferrie rd 99 stanhope st 12 Willow st 1 Lara st 15 soudan st 1/45 Thanet st 65 Wheatland rd 116 stanhope st 15 Hornsby st

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94 142 143 144 145 174 174 175 211 241 244 250 251 257 258 263 277 305 324

34 sydare Ave Woodards 19 Hughes st Marshall White 44 darling rd Marshall White 2 epping st Marshall White 11 Berrima Ave Marshall White 12 deakin st Marshall White 9 emo rd Marshall White 28 sycamore st Marshall White 9 Bruce st Marshall White 24 Wilmot st Noel Jones 101/313 Wavereley rd Noel Jones 11 Mountfield Ave Noel Jones 30 Belson st Bennison Mackinnon 67 Karma Ave Bennison Mackinnon 1/316 Wattletree rdBennison Mackinnon 8 Moama rd Bennison Mackinnon 1 Bates st McLaren 1/110 Burke rd Biggin and Scott 17 Chanak st Jellis Craig 49 Webster st Jellis Craig

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AQUA REAL ESTATE, 9775 2222 31 Daveys Bay Road Price: $2.95 million Private sale

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MOUNT ELIZA Toorak might have Lansell and Albany roads but Mount Eliza has Daveys Bay Road. This road, which goes from Old Mornington Road to the beach, represents the epitome of old-world wealth and style in the suburb’s golden mile. Amberley, set on an irregular 2697-square metre block, is one door away from the beach and Davey’s Bay Yacht Club. With a swimming pool and tennis court, five bedrooms, three bathrooms (two en suites) and

four living areas, it offers beachside living on a grand scale. The property is bordered on one side with the Monterey cypresses that give this part of Mount Eliza its distinctive character and make it more than just another suburb. The house, rendered and painted chocolate brown, has been extensively renovated so that it now has limestone floors, a magnificent kitchen with stone finishes, Gaggenau appliances, island bench and butler’s pantry. Doors open from the kitchen to a full-width sunroom overlooking the swimming pool, cabana and tennis court. The family room, with its open fireplace, is at

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1002/430 St Kilda Rd Kay & Burton 502/401 St Kilda Rd Marshall White 301/401 St Kilda Rd Marshall White 505 St Kilda Rd Marshall White 915/250 St Kilda Rd RT Edgar 18/59 Queens Rd Bennison Mackinnon

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one end of the kitchen, with the dining area at the other. A formal lounge with an open fireplace and rumpus room are off the entry hall, with the powder room nearby. A timber-lined study with built-in desk and floor-to-ceiling timber bookshelves makes working from home look very comfortable. All bedrooms are upstairs. Three, off a hall lit by skylights, share a bathroom, while a fourth bedroom has its own en suite. The spacious main bedroom, in a wing of its own, has his-and-hers walk-in wardrobes and an en suite with bay glimpses. \ MARIA HARRIS 901/196 Albert Rd RT Edgar 206 1103/148 Wells St Bennison Mackinnon 262

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‘Glenmanagh’ Mt Buller Rd Noble Knight 337

MOUNT WAVERLEY

MIDDLE PARK 28 Patterson St

MONT ALBERT

26a Serpentine St 8 Barloa Rd 11 Kingsley Cres 2/22 Lorne Pde 6 Gordon St 2 Serpentine St 629 Whitehorse Rd 32 High St 22 Black St 36 View St

Gross Waddell 333

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

MONT ALBERT NORTH 54 Valda Ave 3/378 Belmore Rd

MORNINGTON

19 Albert St 7 Nunns Rd 820 Esplanade

MOUNT ELIZA

56 Glen Shian Ln 5 Bay Ave 2 Sturio Pde 31 Daveys Bay Rd 80 Old Mornington Rd

MOUNT MARTHA 413-414 Esplanade

78 81 98 101 168 169 234 264 306 325

Jellis Craig 324 Jellis Craig 331

RT Edgar 214 McEwing Partners 334 Aqua 339

David Rew Aqua Aqua Aqua Aqua

335 338 339 339 339

RT Edgar 207

101 Leeds Rd 2a Howard Ave

PARKDALE

99-111 Browns Ln

Buxton 193

Morrison Kleeman 216

164 Nott St Kay & Burton 63 Seisman Plc RT Edgar 124 Stokes St RT Edgar 145/95 Rouse St RT Edgar 71 Albert St Bennison Mackinnon 203 Pickles St Bennison Mackinnon

16 Point King Rd 7 Gavan St 16 Lawrance Gve

PRAHRAN

Marshall White 179

125 205 213 215 260 264

Barry Plant 333

QUEENSCLIFF

Kay & Burton 104 Kay & Burton 122 Kay & Burton 129

30 Union St Hocking Stuart 32 Union St Hocking Stuart 6/30 Williams Rd Hocking Stuart 8c Highbury Gve Hocking Stuart 6 St Malo St Marshall White 62a Alfred St Marshall White 1 Raleigh St RT Edgar 38 Larnook St RT Edgar 27 York St Bennison Mackinnon 64 Pridham St Bennison Mackinnon

Fletchers

RED HILL

14 Tumbywood Rd 64 Donaldsons Rd

RICHMOND

15/69 River St 28 Brighton St 367 Burnley St

Fletchers 97 Bennison Mackinnon 261 Bennison Mackinnon 264

SANDRINGHAM 10 Gladstone St

SHOREHAM SOMERS

6 The Promenade

SORRENTO

17 Kemp Rd 3471 Point Nepean Rd

SOUTH MELBOURNE 7c/18 Albert Rd

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Kay & Burton 127 Kay & Burton 127

27 Shoreham Rd 76 Blake St 79 79 79 79 178 178 211 215 260 261

124 137 173 198 199 202 214 221 239 253 271

SOUTHBANK

PRESTON

46 Hesse St

PORT MELBOURNE

PORTSEA

10a Pickford St

46 Swanston St

58 Herbert St

PLENTY

Jellis Craig 332 Jellis Craig 332

PRAHRAN EAST

3/264 Walsh St Kay & Burton 119 Alexandra Ave Marshall White 80 Caroline St Marshall White 16 William St RT Edgar 1/223 Domain Rd RT Edgar 4/44 Murphy St RT Edgar 8 Penny Ln RT Edgar 72 Park St Abercromby’s 1/40 Howitt St Noel Jones 86 Park St Bennison Mackinnon 7/14 Tivoli Plc Williams Batters

Buxton 191

Kay & Burton 121 Kay & Burton 126

Kay & Burton 129

Kay & Burton 123 Kay & Burton 128

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Level 87/7 Riverside Quay Greg Hocking 82 2701/80 Clarendon St Marshall White 153

SPRING HILL

Kyneton Spring Hill Rd 9 O’Learys Ln

Kay & Burton 125 RT Edgar 209

ST KILDA

10 Robe St Kay & Burton 110 367 Beaconsfield Rd Bennison Mackinnon 242

ST KILDA EAST

13 Lynedoch Ave Gary Peer 22 Holroyd Ave Gary Peer 12/6 Sidwell Ave Gary Peer 12 King St Bennison Mackinnon 1/231 Alma Rd Williams Batters

SURREY HILLS

39 Everton Gve 9 Edyvean St 9 James St 32 Redvers St 14 Norfolk Rd 2/32 Russell St 3/49 Wandsworth Rd 99 Middlesex Rd 1/27 Chestnut St 226 Mont Albert Rd 32 Croydon Rd

Hocking Stuart Hocking Stuart Woodards Marshall White Marshall White Marshall White Marshall White Marshall White Noel Jones Noel Jones Noel Jones

130 130 131 262 270

75 76 81 170 187 188 188 189 239 240 240

29 Chestnut St 1/1a Pembroke St 2/51 Park Rd 27 Shepherd St 99-105 Union Rd

Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Gross Waddell

TEMPLESTOWE 12/143 Parker St

Jellis Craig 307

TEMPLESTOWE LOWER 8 Magnolia Dve

325 326 326 327 333

Fletchers 100

TOORAK

2 Barnard Rd Kay & Burton 45 Irving Rd Kay & Burton 36 St Georges Rd Kay & Burton 2a Grosvenor Crt Kay & Burton 16 Cole Crt Kay & Burton 644 Toorak Rd Kay & Burton 88 Mathoura Rd Marshall White 83 Clendon Rd Marshall White 2.06/1 Wallace Ave Marshall White 5/645 Toorak Rd Marshall White 52 Mathoura Rd RT Edgar 780 Orrong Rd RT Edgar 2 Bromley Crt RT Edgar 2/18 Grange Rd RT Edgar 2/62 Heyington Plc RT Edgar 5/83 Grange Rd RT Edgar 11 Rathmines St Abercromby’s 4 Mathoura Rd Abercromby’s 2/72 Mathoura Rd Bennison Mackinnon 4 Devorgilla Ave McLaren

102 106 107 108 109 124 134 135 136 173 196 197 201 210 210 214 220 223 254 266

TRAWOOL

8416 Goulburn Valley Hwy Pat Rice & Hawkins 335

TUERONG

430 Old Moorooduc Rd

WINDSOR

37 McIlwrick St

WONGA PARK 152 Brysons Rd

Kay & Burton 118

McLaren 265

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Balwyn North 32 Stephens Street Once in a lifetime! Sitting high on a prime allotment of almost half an acre with a breathtaking panorama of sweeping city views seemingly at arms length, this stunning 5 bedroom/5 bathroom Balwyn High School zoned home flaunts a stunning finish that spares no expense. Staged over 3 levels (staggering 90 squares approx), this once-in-a-lifetime home resides in a world of its own amidst expansive lawns and sumptuous resort-style entertainment options that boast huge games room, home-theatre, 2 massive viewing terraces and olympic-style salt/solar pool/spa. With parentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s retreat, stylish formal/informal domains, European/stone kitchen, family room, homeoffice, 6 car undercover parking and cellar. Land: 1,955sqm (21,052sqft) approximately.

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Canterbury 34 Maling Road Grace, space and history. At this most fashionable address you will find “Norrona” a beautiful Federation family home (circa 1904) being one of Canterbury’s landmark properties. On a corner site of 3,061sqm (32,955sqft) approx of land with in-ground pool. Large formal entrance, formal dining with ornamental fireplace, kitchen with granite bench tops, family room with open fireplace, 4 bedrooms (master with ensuite and WIR), large study and main bathroom with spa bath. Features period characteristics, separate external studio/cabana with wet bar, cellar, ducted heating, zoned air-conditioning, high pressed metal ceilings with ornate cornice work, 13ft ceilings, large paved and landscaped rear gardens and double car accommodation. Land 3,061sqm approximately.

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Balwyn 6 Ropley Avenue French style, European luxury, captivating scenery! Just occasionally you find quality construction, brilliant design and luxury appointment all merge together amidst idyllic surrounds located in a tree lined Avenue. This elegant French-influenced home is beautifully poised to take in views across expansive casual living areas and glass-encased poolside deck to the glorious parkland panorama behind. Sumptuous refined, relaxed and teen areas are accompanied by 5 bedrooms (BIRs, 2/WIRs/ensuites) and chic stone bathrooms, home-theatre, full Miele/stone kitchen plus al fresco kitchen for poolside entertaining. With integrated security system (CCTV/Internet), autogates/double remote garage and superb landscaped garden surrounds. Truly unforgettable!

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Balwyn North 1 View Point Road 6 star resort style living. Offering a superior level of luxury and unparalleled elegance, this 4 bedroom plus study residence enjoys 1/2 acre (2,154sqm) approx of private grounds and is living proof of breathtaking style and laser-focused craftsmanship. Set in a secluded and secure location, the home begins with a sweeping circular driveway and continues a theme of grandeur defined by glass walls, Zimbabwe granite, porcelain floors throughout this 50sq approx home and all designed around a magnificent azure, solar heated swimming pool. Offering a unique blend of formal and informal living areas, the property is an entertainers dream. Zoned bedroom accom includes a large main br, with lavish ensuite, exec study, 3 addit. robed bedrooms (one with ensuite), Euro kitchen and rumpus room. Features: double remote garage, heating, cooling and double glazing.

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Black Rock 21 Arranmore Avenue

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In a dramatic display of amazing architecture, this quintessential 4 bed + study 2.5 bath masterpiece reveals a spectacular new perception of perfection. Surrounded by amazing landscaping & water features, this definitive home showcases 4 entertaining zones (pebbled fires & home theatre), spectacular stone kitchen (Miele appls & butlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pantry), bi-fold doors to 3 alfresco areas & north facing solar heated pool. Enjoying bay glimpses upstairs, this exquisitely crafted home provides R/C ducted air cond, ducted vac, alarm, CBus automation, water tank, solar hot water, auto gates & double auto garage (rear roller door). Between Royal Melb Golf Course & Half Moon Bay, mins to Black Rock Village & bus.

86 / A3 POA > OFFICE Sandringham Office, 62-64 Station Street 3191 > TEL 9521 9800 > CONTACT Warren Smith 0408 738 664 Stephen Tickell 0418 177 565 Barb Gregory 0419 568 370

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Balwyn North 5 Jason Court Urban oasis. There’s no doubt this exclusive Balwyn High School zoned locale is one of the finest Melbourne-based choices for discerning families, with parklands, trails, schools, shopping, restaurants, transport and CBD all within minimal distance; yet here in this unique sanctuary, the worries of the every-day world seem a lifetime away. Secreted amidst the verdant greenery; a generous kitchen overlooking family area and dining room, through to a relaxing lounge with fireside living and opens to an elevated entertainment terrace. Main bedroom (BIR & ens), 2 further bedrooms (BIR), 4th bedroom/study and separate basement style self contained teen-retreat/ home-office ensures flexible living options. Includes: ducted gas heating, A/C and double lock up garage (internal access).

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2 Thurs 1.00 - 1.30pm & Sat 3.00 - 3.30pm Sat 4th December - 12.00pm 32 / E12 $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 Balwyn Office, 544 Whitehorse Road, 3103 9830 7000 Toby Parker 0413 581 104 Chris Johnson 0433 466 463

Balwyn North 2/49 Kawarren Street Downsizer’s delight in Balwyn High School zone. This absolutely delightful town residence in the Balwyn High School zone is surrounded on three sides by a glorious landscaped courtyard. Perfect for downsizers, it has easy access to transport, extensive parklands, Greythorn Village shops, and Westfield Doncaster. It features elegant formal living and dining with stunning full-length picture windows overlooking cottage style garden. An informal living/meals area contains entertainer’s large kitchen with granite benches, gas cooktop and dishwasher. Three bedrooms including one downstairs, all have BIRs and main has WIR and luxury ensuite with spa with a study nook on the landing. Also has ducted heating and split system cooling, storage and double lock up garage.

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2 Thurs 1.00 - 1.30pm & Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm Sat 4th December - 2:00pm 32 / G12 $900,000 - $990,000 Balwyn Office, 544 Whitehorse Road, 3103 9830 7000 Claire Wenn 0409 857 506 Toby Parker 0413 581 104


Box Hill South 307 Station Street (cnr Douglas Ave) An array of options await! This corner block has immense potential and flexibility with an established 1960s brick home. Converted for use as a medical centre, take it on as is for an ideal office or clinic, build new, renovate or restore back to a family home. (subject to council approval). Offering 3 bedrooms/consultation rooms (BIRs & basins), spacious lounge/waiting room with adjoining formal dining/reception, kitchen, spacious powder room, and laundry with shower. Feats: ducted heating, evaporative cooling, carport, lock up garage and paved courtyard. Further flexibility is afforded through a self contained bungalow including a large bedroom, kitchen, living area and W/C. A great opportunity in a superb location close to schools (Kingswood College), shopping, parks, reserves and transport. Land: 610sqm (15.35m x 39.8m) approximately. 4

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2 Thurs 11.00 - 11.30am & Sat 10.30 - 11.00am Sat 4th December - 3:00pm 61 / C2 $630,000 - $690,000 Balwyn Office, 544 Whitehorse Road, 3103 9830 7000 Chris Johnson 0433 466 463 Paul Pfeiffer 0411 224 008

Camberwell 1/3 Stornaway Road Benchmark Executive Living Just metres from Lynden Park, an executive family residence for those with raised expectations and busy modern lives. Architect designed as the builderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own home, high specification finishes enhance a luxuriously proportioned floorplan creating an unforgettable living and entertaining environment. Spacious formal living with sophisticated built in bar, fully equipped cinema room, open plan living/dining, magnificent CaesarStone kitchen with domino smeg appliances/ WIP. 4 upstairs bedrooms, 3 with fitted WIRs/ sumptuous ensuites. Equally memorable alfresco dining enjoys dramatic stone water feature. Own street entry, zoned heating/ cooling, remote double garage.

Thurs 2.00 - 2.30pm & Sat 2.00 - 2.45pm Sat 4th December - 3.30pm 60 F4 POA Hawthorn/Camberwell Office 1153-1157 Burke Road, Kew 3101 > TEL 9944 3888 > CONTACT Paul Walker 0418 323 122 Leo Dardha 0425 718 411 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE

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Kew 14 Evans Road Fashion your own future here This 1920’s home still retains the solidity of the era and with three living rooms, four bedrooms including master bedroom with walk in robe and en suite and a separate entrance for a professional home business – you have the option of multiple variations of traditional and modern living. Sackville Ward, brings you walking distance of finest public and private schools, parks & cafes 9 km from CBD.

> VIEW Thurs 12.00 - 12.30pm & Sat 11.00 - 11.30am > PRIVATE SALE > MEL REF 42 H8 > EPR $2,000,000 - $2,200,000 > OFFICE Hawthorn/Camberwell Office

1153-1157 Burke Road, Kew 3101 > TEL 9944 3888 > CONTACT Simon Derham 0411 479 994 Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399

Surrey Hills 39 Everton Grove Only the best! Proudly standing on a quiet corner flaunting classically styled profile, this exceptional 2 storey townhouse delivers a 1st class easy-care lifestyle using the finest finishes, optimum space and designer décor. Sun-soaked and accentuated with gleaming timber floors, white-washed walls and the latest in climate and security control, this stunning home reveals well-zoned living and dining domains, white-hot European kitchen and superb north-facing private garden to complement generous 3 bedroom/2 bathroom accommodation ideal for those visiting guests and extended family. Natural stone/timber finishes and double remote garage ensure this brilliant home takes centre stage!

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2 Thurs & Sat 3.00 - 3.30pm Sat 27th November - 11.00am 46 / K12 $900,000 - $990,000 Balwyn Office, 544 Whitehorse Road, 3103 9830 7000 Paul Pfeiffer 0411 224 008 Laurence Murphy 0421 89 028


Surrey Hills 9 Edyvean Street Life was meant to be easy! A streamlined classic facade welcomes those seeking the easy-flowing nature of a secure, single-level design for the ultimate in luxurious lowmaintenance living. This lovely home, styled to perfection using natural timber and stone finishes and the latest in video security and climate control, extends north through stylish open plan living and dining zones to the privacy of a leafy decked garden setting so that al fresco entertaining is as impressive as its indoor counterparts. With 2 lovely double bedrooms (BIRs), stunning Euro/granite kitchen, chic bathroom, laundry, remote garage (courtyard access). This is townhouse living in its finest moment!

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Armadale 5/13 Denbigh Road This impeccable rear ground floor town res boasts generous proportions, superior finishes & a magnificent northern courtyard garden. Open plan living/ dining, Smeg kitchen, 2 double bedrooms, main walk in robe/ ensuite. Study, secure entry/ basement car space x2.

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Thurs 12.00 - 12.30pm & Sat as advertised > AUCTION Sat 27th November - 11.30am > MEL REF 58 / J8 > EPR $830,000 - $900,000 > OFFICE Armadale Office, 835 High Street 3143 > TEL 9509 0411 > CONTACT Adam Bloem 0400 803 653 Andrew Summons 0418 321 604 > VIEW

1 Thurs & Sat 3.00 - 3.30pm Sat 27th November - 11.15am 46 / K12 $700,000 - $770,000 Balwyn Office, 544 Whitehorse Road, 3103 9830 7000 Paul Pfeiffer 0411 224 008

Balwyn 19/3-5 Kireep Road This brilliant investment or entry-level prospect enjoys lots of low-maintenance lifestyle appeal and beautiful position in a blue-chip pocket of Balwyn, zoned for Balwyn High School. Easycare 2 bedroom home on convenient ground level.

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Thurs & Sat 12.00 - 12.30pm Sat 4th December - 10.00am 46 / F8 $420,000 - $460,000 Balwyn Office, 544 Whitehorse Road 3103 > TEL 9830 7000 > CONTACT Laurence Murphy 0421 829 028 Toby Parker 0413 581 104 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE

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Balwyn 17 May Street Within Balwyn High School zone, surrounded by new homes and within a stroll to tram and Whitehorse Rd, this charming older style timber home comps: kitchen and family area and lounge. Re-develop/renovate or extend existing property (subject to council approval). Land: 741sqm approx.

Balwyn North 36 Carron Street Overlooking the gorgeous parklands of Koonung Creek and in the Balwyn High School zone, this immaculate home offers a wonderful lifestyle. With modern features, gorgeous terrace and established gardens, it’s superb easy living at its best.

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Thurs 1.00 - 1.30pm & Sat from 10.30am > AUCTION Sat 20th November - 11.00am > MEL REF 46 / B7 > EPR $1,500,000 - $1,600,000 > OFFICE Balwyn Office, 544 Whitehorse Road 3103 > TEL 9830 7000 > CONTACT Maurice Di Marzio 0419 182 276 Paul Walker 0418 333 333 > VIEW

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Thurs 1.45 - 2.15pm & Sat 2.45 - 3.15pm > AUCTION Sat 4th December - 3.00pm > MEL REF 321 / F11 > EPR $750,000 - $825,000 > OFFICE Balwyn Office, 544 Whitehorse Road 3103 > TEL 9830 7000 > CONTACT Troy Rendle 0438 305 520 Claire Wenn 0409 857 506 > VIEW

Balwyn 2/2a Parring Road Enjoy the leafy serenity of Maranoa Gardens in this secluded rear unit just minutes to trams, shops, cafes. Formal and informal living and dining, paved courtyard, three bedrooms (BIR, main with ensuite, WIR). Heating/cooling, security, cable and double auto garage.

Burwood 35 McIntyre Street A peaceful & quiet street conveniently located. A rare combination – convenient yet quiet single level comfort. Third bedroom/office/dining room/study. Family room & kitchen open to north-facing rear garden. Land 544sqm approx.

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Thurs & Sat 11.00 - 11.30am Sat 27th November - 12:00pm 46 / F8 $700,000 - $770,000 Balwyn Office, 544 Whitehorse Road 3103 > TEL 9830 7000 > CONTACT Maurice Di Marzio 0419 182 276 Claire Wenn 0409 857 506 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE

Thurs 1.00 - 1.30pm & Sat 11.00 - 11.30am > AUCTION Sat 27th November - 11.00am > MEL REF 60 K6 > EPR $560,000 - $620,000 > OFFICE Hawthorn/Camberwell Office 1153-1157 Burke Road, Kew 3101 > TEL 9944 3888 > CONTACT Dale Edgcumbe 0412 362 475 Paula Edgcumbe 0418 507 029 > VIEW


Hawthorn 21 Edward Street Signature Style Amidst Dynamic Surroundings An inviting, extended 2 bedroom Victorian with off street parking merely moments from Glenferrie Road shops and cafes. Love it!

Thurs 11.00 - 11.30am & Sat from 10.00am > AUCTION Sat 20th November - 10.30am > MEL REF 45 E9 > EPR $700,000 - $770,000 > OFFICE Hawthorn/Camberwell Office 1153-1157 Burke Road, Kew 3101 > TEL 9944 3888 > CONTACT Evan Lykourinos 0414 555 455 Paul Richards 0414 503 324 > VIEW

Hawthorn Hawthorn 1/6-10 1/6-10 Wyuna Wyuna Avenue Avenue

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& Sat&from Sat from 2.00pm 2.00pm > AUCTION Sat 20th Sat 20th November November - 2.30pm - 2.30pm Knock Knock OutOut Opportunity Opportunity In The In The St James St James Estate! Estate! > AUCTION > MEL > MEL REF REF 45 A10 45 A10 Immaculate Immaculate 2BR2BR withwith beaut beaut carpets carpets throughout, throughout, > EPR> EPR $500,000 $500,000 - $550,000 - $550,000 > OFFICE Hawthorn/Camberwell Hawthorn/Camberwell Office Office timber timber cabinets cabinets in kitchen, in kitchen, mirror mirror robes robes in study/ in study/> OFFICE 1153-1157 1153-1157 BurkeBurke Road,Road, Kew 3101 Kew 3101 second second BR.BR. Powder Powder room, room, bathroom bathroom & one & one off off > TEL> TEL 99449944 38883888 street street car car parkpark space. space. North-facing North-facing garden garden withwith > CONTACT > CONTACT PaulPaul Richards Richards 04140414 503 324 503 324 EvanEvan Lykourinos Lykourinos 04140414 555 455 555 455 handkerchief handkerchief lawn. lawn.

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Hawthorn East 536 Tooronga Road Well established medical suite now available. Reception, three consulting rooms, large waiting room, kitchen & bathroom all in place. Meticulously painted exterior & immaculately decorated interior shows the care bestowed by previous owner. Land 443 sqm approx.

Sat 10.00 - 10.30am Sat 27th November - 4.00pm 59 / G1 $800,000 - $850,000 Hawthorn/Camberwell Office 1153-1157 Burke Road, Kew 3101 > TEL 9944 3888 > CONTACT Anne Mackie 0417 034 212 Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE

Mont Albert 26a Serpentine Street A prime lifestyle is on offer with this stylish contemporary home positioned within the sought after location of Mont Albert. Quality modern finishes feature throughout, only minutes to restaurants, train, tram and shopping itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a wonderful opportunity not to be missed!

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Thurs & Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm Sat 27th November - 11.00am 47 / A9 $850,000 - $935,000 Balwyn Office, 544 Whitehorse Road, 3103 > TEL 9830 7000 > CONTACT Troy Rendle 0438 305 520 Toby Parker 0413 581 104 > VIEW > AUCTION > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE

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Prahran East 8c Highbury Grove Irresistible light-filled interiors, north-facing designer decking & a highly regarded address define this gorgeous 2-level, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, contemporary town residence. Ensuite, heating/cooling, intercom & garage. Spacious sundrenched living & dining domain & modern kitchen to decking & BBQ area.

Prahran/Windsor 32 Union Street Totally transformed by a dramatic renovation & extension, this Art Deco one-of-a-pair reveals 2 bedrooms, central living, OFP, striking stone kitchen & informal living/dining opening to entertainerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s courtyard. Modern bathroom, Euro laundry & landscaped gardens.

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Thurs 6.00 - 6.30pm & Sat as advertised > AUCTION Sat 27th November - 10.30am > MEL REF 58 / H7 > EPR $750,000 - $790,000 > OFFICE Armadale Office, 835 High Street 3143 > TEL 9509 0411 > CONTACT Adam Bloem 0400 803 653 Lauchlan Waterfield 0422 290 489 > VIEW

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Prahran/Windsor 30 Union Street This thoroughly renovated, 1930â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s semi offers gloriously light filled, low maintenance living enhanced by quality finishes and a sunny alfresco courtyard with secure OSP (ROW) via electric gates. 2 bedrooms with robes, sleek open plan living/ dining featuring gas OF, contemporary kitchen & polished bathroom.

Prahran 6/30 Williams Road Superbly renovated & elevated 2 bedroom apartment offers large living/dining (heat/cool), sparkling kitchen with meals & stainless steel appliances, central bathroom & entrance hall, polished boards, security entrance, secure off street parking & more.

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BLACKBURN 34 Wolseley Crescent This much loved home is an eco friendly family paradise just steps from Blackburn Lake Sanctuary with 40 sqs of living area perfectly positioned on a huge allotment of well considered landscaped gardens in one of Blackburn´ s premier streets. The Federation-style home provides you with a luxurious master bedroom and an expansive formal living and dining room with an open fireplace. Another 4 bright bedrooms utilise a family bathroom, accessed from the rumpus room featuring a bay window, plus a study. With Blanco appliances, the kitchen overlooks a meals area with access to the deck, magnificent gardens and lower-ground workshop. Highlights: heated pool and spa, ducted heating, split systems, ducted vacuum, alarm and grey water treatment and an automatic garage.

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2 Saturday 27 November at 11.00 On Application Thu 11.00-11.30 & Sat 12.00-12.30 Paul Leydin 0408 741 237 Julian Badenach 0414 609 665 Blackburn 10 Main Street 9894 1000

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MALVERN EAST 34 Sydare Avenue Sitting Pretty in Parks and Gardens Beautiful art deco maisonette across from parkland and a stone´ s throw from the wonderful Urban Forest Reserve and Chadstone shopping centre. Tastefully renovated and showcasing a wealth of period features throughout, the 2 bedroom home has a lovely welcoming, comfortable feel about it complemented by a most expansive wonderland rear garden. The engaging home features a living room with open fire place, a dining room, a sparkling bathroom, a modern, timber kitchen with pantry and a separate laundry. Further appointments include built-in robes, off-street parking for two cars, flourishing landscaped gardens front and rear and gas ducted heating.

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2 Saturday 27 November at 12.00pm Thurs & Sat 12:00-12:30pm Andrew Chapman 0412 280 773 Simon Byrne 0413 701 444 273 Camberwell Road Camberwell 9805 1111

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BALWYN NORTH 75 Hill Road Your plans to build a dream home in the Balwyn High School Zone may become a reality once you take a look at this great block of land measuring 18.28 across the front and 22.86 at the rear. Help yourself to approximately 730m2 of land ideal for building many of the modern home designs. In original and fair condition the existing 1960s brick home includes three good size bedrooms. Terms 10% deposit balance 90/120 days.

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2 Saturday 27 November at 3.30 On Application Thu 2.00-2.30 & Sat 1.00-1.30 Julian Badenach 0414 609 665 Alison McCarron 0416 234 404 10 Main Street Blackburn 9894 1000

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Space & a flexible floorplan are on offer at this 1920s weatherboard home that is close to schools & public transport. Leadlight, polished floorboards & timber panelling feature throughout & period detail shines in the main bedroom & fourth bedroom/den. There is also a living/dining room, conservatory & timber kitchen/meals with SS appliances opening to the deck/pergola. Upstairs has two bedrooms, a dual-access bathroom & a large living room. Extras include a walk-in pantry, hydronic gas heating, storage, workshop & a single carport.

BLACKBURN 11 Gerald Street This stunning architect designed, renovated & extended weatherboard family home is spread out across more than 1500m2 with sweeping verandas & a park-like backyard. Comprising formal lounge/dining room with OFP, openplan family room & spacious kitchen. With a separate entrance, the upstairs rumpus or home office has a kitchenette & toilet. Other features include: polished floorboards, high ceilings, skylights, air conditioning, ducted heating & 2 x double garages.

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1 This Sat at 1.00 $1.1M - $1.2M Thu 12.00-12.30 & Sat from 12.30 Jim Kiley 0428 322 392 Cameron Way 0418 352 380 10 Main Street Blackburn 9894 1000

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4 Saturday 4 December at 3.00 Thu & Sat 12.00-12.30 Julian Badenach 0414 609 665 Matthew Scafidi 0433 795 006 Alison McCarron 0416 234 404 10 Main Street Blackburn 9894 1000

Bentleigh D Blackburn D Camberwell D Carlton D Carnegie D Caulfield D Elsternwick D Hawthorn

This original home upon a great allotment with a wide street frontage offers opportunities for renovation, extension or redevelopment (STCA). The spacious lounge room boasts high decorative ceilings complemented by high skirtings & etched-glass doors, extending to a formal dining room & bright kitchen. Two large bedrooms could be restored to their former beauty, sharing a bathroom. A sunroom accesses the generous backyard, currently housing a garage & a shed. This fabulous location is walking distance to transport, shops & a park.

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SOUTH MELBOURNE 7C/18 Albert Road ´ Domain Hill´ - An Entertaining Inspiration With An Inner City Edge Taking in the bay, the West Gate Bridge and the vibrant inner city activity, this superbly spacious 7th floor 2 bedroom 2 bathroom security apartment has a warehouse flavour featuring expansive living incorporating 4 living areas with bi-fold doors to a covered terrace, innovative granite kitchen (Blanco/Miele appliances), massive store room, lift access and security undercover parking. Opposite the Shrine between the Botanic Gardens and Albert Park Lake.

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2 Saturday 27 November at 2.00 Wed 12-12.45, Sat & Sun 11.15-12 Naomi Dorevitch 0408 326 747 Rodney Morley 0418 321 222 428 Toorak Road Toorak 9826 0000

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This hopeful brick home is filled with trepidation about its future and with good reason; this most coveted location and the scent of opportunity is filling the air. On land measuring 716sqm (approx), the modest, 5 bedroom, family home a large living room, dining room, open kitchen/family room and study. Further features include a family bathroom, separate laundry, auto remote garage, gas ducted heating.

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2 Saturday 20th November at 12.00pm Thurs 2:00-2:30pm Sat 11:30am-12:00pm Xen Blaher 0409 540 498 Simon Byrne 0413 701 444 273 Camberwell Road Camberwell 9805 1111

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WONGA PARK 152 Brysons Road A 20 ACRE RETREAT! Secure over 20 plus acres of land - an ideal purchase for the buyer who respects country style serenity and wide open spaces! Enjoying expansive vistas offering a pine plantation, 6 fully fenced paddocks and 2 dams plus horse agistment services. The 2 bedroom basic cottage has a unique rustic charm with its stone and mud brick construction offering 2 living rooms, mezzanine level, simple kitchen and OFP; storage shed. This property may represent possible subdivision potential (STCA).

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1 Saturday 4 December at 12.00 Sat 1.00-1.30 Christopher Dane 0418 319 809 428 Toorak Toorak 9826 0000 Robyn PetersRd, 0402 727 750 Harcourts RingwoodNorth North Harcourts --Ringwood 13/204 WarrandyteRd Rd9876 9876 1466 13/204 Warrandyte 1466 Robyn Peters 727 7500000 428 Toorak Rd,0402 Toorak 9826

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BLACKBURN SOUTH 1&2/168 Holland Road An Opportunity to reside or invest in these brand new, beautifully appointed townhomes within close proximity to the Blackburn South Retail Precinct, Burwood East Kmart Plaza, Forest Hill Chase, Deakin University, Trams, Multiple Bus Routes and schools. Offering 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms over 2 levels and multiple living areas to suit your social requirements. EXCLUSIVE APPOINTMENTS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:

• Blanco appliances, Granite benchtops • Alfresco areas under roof line SALE BY NEGOTIATION PRICE UPON APPLICATION INSPECT: Thurs 2:30pm – 3pm & Sat 2:30pm – 3pm CONTACT: Jason Foster 0414 634 018

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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

251 ACRES / ASKING $1.1M+

PORT MELBOURNE 164 Nott Street Contemporary Residence With Period Charm

WOODEND - KYNETON - SPRING HILL RD “Barengarra Run”- Stunning Rural Seclusion

Architecturally designed offering 3 bedrooms, main with ensuite, BIR’s, study/4th bedroom & a further 2 bathrooms, kitchen with open plan living & dining area overlooking a 15m lap pool. Also featuring basement/home theatre room with bar & gym area, dual street frontages and moments to Bay Street shops.

Experience the rural lifestyle, glorious views & fabulous aspect only 60 minutes from Melbourne. This superb property offers a rare opportunity to build the home of your dreams with plenty of room for horses or other rural pursuits.

Auction Saturday 20th Nov 12noon View Wednesday 12-12.30pm & 66.30pm Suit $1.8m+ buyers

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Alex Schiavo 0419 239 549 Tom Staughton 0411 554 850 Stephanie Michael 0401 686 757 101 Dundas Place, Albert Park

Auction Saturday 4th Dec 3pm View By Appointment CONJ PRH -Pat Rice & Hawkins Matt Childs 0418 512 494

Michael Gibson 0418 530 392 226 Toorak Road, South Yarra

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D elightful D eco with co rn erpo sitio n Solid brick home, prominently positioned on an exceptional corner allotment embellished with elegant Art-Deco detail. Generous, light filled formal & informal living & dining areas that flow to a substantial rear garden & paved entertaining area, 3 bedrooms plus built-in study, sumptuous porcelain spa bathroom, 2nd bathroom & superbly appointed granite kitchen. Features include gorgeous vaulted lounge, ornate high ceilings, gas OFP with period mantle, heating, cooling & timber floors, plus lock up garage. Close to schools & transport, walking distance to Hill´n Dale & Ferndale Parks plus shopping at High Street or Toorak Road shops. Land: 48.8m x 16.8m (820sqm) approx with future subdivision possibilities (STCA). Auctio n : Price: O pen : Co n tact: O ffice:

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4 Flo rizel Street

A Great Start I n N eed O f a Great Fin ish Beaming with potential, this solid brick 1930s home has loads of period features. Sitting on a perfectly proportioned parcel of land. Located in this most desirable Summerhill Estate & at the high end of the street, you will definitely take in city views with your extension or new home (STCA). The current home comprises of a wide entrance hall, lounge & dining rooms with period doors, windows, fire places & ceilings. A central bathroom services the home well & so does the original kitchen. A sunny study is situated at the rear & so is the laundry with a 2nd shower. North-west orientation, makes this a prime property for the home owner, renovator or new home builder. Close to all amenities. Land: 15.24m x 42.43m or 647 sqm approx. Auctio n : O pen : Co n tact: O ffice:

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TOOrAk 88 Mathoura road Grand mid 1930s residence offering enormous potential to modernise or capitalise on this exceptional allotment to redevelop the site of 977sqm (approx) (STCA). Perfectly located moments from the vibrant Toorak Village shopping precinct. Existing home comprises arched hallway, formal sitting and dining room, two bedrooms, modern kitchen/ meals and bathroom, laundry, north-east facing informal living. Includes external three-room self-contained cottage, refrigerated air-conditioning, ducted heating, remote/double garage plus OSP. Land: 977sqm/10,513sqft (approx).

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Saturday 20th November at 10.30am

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Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 10am

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Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Nicole French 0417 571 505 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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TooRAk 83 Clendon Road Significant recently renovated Walter Burley Griffin residence within picturesque gardens combines dramatic art deco detailing with sensational family elegance through theatrical foyer, sitting/dining room, living room, study, gourmet Aga kitchen, casual dining opening to landscaped terrace, main bedroom (BIR/en-suite), study, three further bedrooms and two bathrooms. Basement teenage retreat includes cellar, powder-room and store-room. Features hydronic heating, air-conditioning, video-intercom, alarm, powder-room, triple-carport, rainwater-tanks, drip-system. Land: 980sqm/10,548sqft (approx).

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Saturday 4th December at 12.30pm

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Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 1.45-2.15pm by appointment

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James Redfern 0412 360 667 Peter Bennison 0418 332 864 Justin Long 0418 537 973

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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TooRak 2.06/1 Wallace avenue Lavishly appointed boutique apartment on the edge of Toorak Village offers the finest in sophisticated, secure and low-maintenance luxury living. Superb contemporary elegance is showcased through parquetry hallway, generously proportioned living/entertaining area, inviting dining opening to north-facing terrace, sublime Miele kitchen, sumptuous main bedroom with en-suite/WIR/ BIR, second bedroom (BIR), bathroom and powder-room. Features ducted heating/cooling, video-intercom, laundry, lift-access, car-parking, storage.

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Saturday 27th November at 12noon

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Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 12-12.30pm

Contact

Justin Long 0418 537 973 Peter Bennison 0418 332 864

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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SOUTH YARRA 119 Alexandra Avenue A striking modern complex of only eight exclusive apartments created by Kokoda Property, set over four levels rising above the leafy surrounds with views reaching out across the Yarra River with the panoramic backdrop of the CBD. A stunning design by Rothe Lowman architects, offering three generous bedrooms, ensuites, study, generous Miele appointed kitchen with open plan living and dining leading to your private terrace, perfect for entertaining. Further complimented by two basement car-spaces, security lift, video intercom, heating and cooling. www.lexsouthyarra.com.au

Private Sale $995,000-$1,795,000 Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Nicole French 0417 571 505

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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ArmAdALe 33 Adelaide Street Superbly situated in one of Armadaleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most coveted tree-lined avenues, this double fronted Victorian residence represents an outstanding opportunity to renovate/rebuild (STCA). Classic period features define arched hallway, four bedrooms (2xmarble fireplaces), bathroom and 2nd toilet. Natural light streams through kitchen, generous living room (OFP) and casual living/dining opening to private northwest garden. Features alarm, ducted-heating, laundry. Land: 607sqm/6,537sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 4th december at 2.30pm

Inspect

Saturday 3-3.30pm Inspections strictly by appointment only. Photo Id required.

Contact

rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 John Bongiorno 0418 328 056 Heather elder 0413 273 079

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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ARmADAlE 1b Barnato Grove Exclusively situated architect designed residence successfully blends striking contemporary style with brilliant light-filled functionality. Italian terrazzo floor flows through dramatic foyer, expansive living and dining spaces (OFP) with gourmet kitchen opening to landscaped north-facing courtyard/garden. Downstairs bedroom (BIR) and bathroom/ en-suite is complemented by two further bedrooms (WIR/ BIRs) with en-suites and spacious study/4th bedroom.

Auction

Saturday 27th November at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday & Saturday 10-10.30am

Contact

marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Nicole French 0417 571 505

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

Conj.

iAdvocates - Sam Babalis 0419 513 197

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ARMAdALE 17 denbigh Road Magnificent Edwardian combines exceptional dimensions, period grandeur and sublime contemporary style in spectacular garden/pool surrounds. Impressive proportions define sitting room, formal dining, four bedrooms (two with en-suites/BIR/WIRs), two bathrooms, study, recreation room/ fourth bedroom, stylish gourmet kitchen and sensational living/dining opening to picturesque northwest garden boasting gas/solar heated-pool. Features ducted-heating/ cooling, alarm, video-intercom, powder-room, drip-system, rainwater tank, grey-water system, triple-garage. Land: 1285sqm/13,827sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 4th december at 11.30am

Inspect

Wednesday & Saturday 2-2.30pm

Contact

Heather Elder 0413 273 079 Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 Justin Long 0418 537 973

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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KOOyOng 8 Avenel Road A magnificent established garden (1058sqm) complete with pool and studio provides a delightful setting for this charming English-style family home. An inviting sitting room (OFP), formal dining, spacious family room (OFP), casual dining, kitchen, study, bathroom and upstairs, main bedroom with en-suite (BIRs), four further bedrooms (BIRs) and bathroom. Comfortable now with potential to renovate/extend in time (STCA). Self-contained studio includes living, kitchenette, bathroom and bedroom. Features ducted-heating, RC/airconditioning, alarm, 17,000L water-tanks, irrigation, 2 x garages. Land: 59 x 193ft 11,387sqft/1058sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 27th november at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 12.15-12.45pm

Contact

Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913 Andrew Hayne 0418 395 349 Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MALVERN 39 Cressy Street Brilliantly designed predominantly single-level luxury residence delivers a tantalising blend of contemporary style and classic elegance. Generous proportions define sublime sitting room, gourmet Smeg kitchen and living/dining room opening to northwest garden. Ground floor main bedroom with stylish en-suite/BIR is complemented by two bedrooms, bathroom and 4th bedroom/studio. Features RC/airconditioning, alarm, ducted-vacuum, powder-room, laundry, security intercom, sprinklers, double-garage.

Auction

Saturday 4th December at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 10.45-11.15am & Saturday 11.45-12.15pm

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Nicole French 0417 571 505

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MalvERn 6b Henderson avenue Sensational Stonnington Estate contemporary family residence brilliantly maximises northern exposure throughout generous indoor/outdoor dimensions surrounding stunning lap-pool. Streamlined contemporary style defines formal sitting/dining room (OFP), gourmet Smeg kitchen and generous living/dining (OFP) opening to north-facing terrace with solar-heated pool. Main bedroom (en-suite/WIR) is complemented by three further bedrooms, three bathrooms and study/guest bedroom. Features ducted-heating/vacuum, evap-cooling, RC/airconditioners, alarm, double-garage.

Auction

Saturday 4th December at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 10-10.30am

Contact

Joanna nairn 0419 994 664 Justin long 0418 537 973 Peter Bennison 0418 332 864

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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MaLveRn 19 Parslow Street Superb opportunity to purchase off the plan in a highly sought Malvern locale, a choice of 2 executive town residences that will emphasise the highest standard of luxury living. Three generous bedrooms with stunning ensuiteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and WIR. Multiple living zones including formal reception room, formal study, home theatre and open-plan kitchen/living. Lift access over three floors. Secure basement car parking, storage and wine cellar. Stroll to comprehensive shopping, train, tram and schools.

Private Sale $2,095,000 Inspect

by appointment

Contact

John Morrisby 0411 875 476 Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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MaLvERn 1 Wilks avenue Captivating English-style residence in stunning landscaped garden/pool setting provides an elegant, generously proportioned family domain in the Stonnington Estate. Charming stone arched doorway leads to exquisite sitting room (OFP), study, living/theatre room, main bedroom with WIR/en-suite, three further bedrooms, bathroom, wellequipped kitchen and living/dining opening to solar-heated pool/spa and beautiful northwest garden. Features ductedheating, RC/air-conditioning, alarm, powder-room, garage, rainwater-storage, drip-system. Land: 847sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 20th november at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 11.30-12noon & Saturday from 11am

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 nicole French 0417 571 505

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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MALvERn EASt 19 Hughes Street Impressively renovated Edwardian near Ardrie Park brilliantly combines designer style with exceptionally generous family flexibility. Dark boards flow through hallway to inviting sitting room opening to deck, main bedroom (en-suite/ WIR), three further bedrooms (two with BIRs), fitted-study and bathroom. Sensational living/dining (gas fireplace) and gourmet Miele kitchen opens to northwest garden. Features ducted-heating, 2xRC/air-conditioners, alarm, irrigation, 7000Lwater-tank, powder- room, laundry and solar hot water service.

Auction

Saturday 4th December at 2.30pm

Inspect

thursday & Saturday 12-12.30pm

Contact

Heather Elder 0413 273 079 John Morrisby 0411 875 476

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MAlveRn eAst 44 Darling Road Retaining its ornate leadlight, timberwork and decorative ceilings, this generously proportioned Art Deco residence delivers an appealing family environment close to Ardrie Park and popular schools. Inviting interiors including three spacious bedrooms, BIRs, main with WIRs/ensuite, 4th bedroom/study, separate formal sitting and dining rooms, OFP, relaxed open-plan living/dining and well-equipped kitchen. Features enviable covered deck with integrated spa and double garage.

Auction

saturday 27th november at 1.30pm

Inspect

thursday 11-11.30am & saturday 12.45-1.15pm

Contact

Anthony Reis 0417 352 774 John Morrisby 0411 875 476 Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058

Office

1111 High street Armadale 9822 9999

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MaLvERn EaSt 2 Epping Street Simply stunning solid-brick Edwardian single level home effortlessly combines generous proportions with contemporary style. Period allure is highlighted through sitting room (gas log-fire), main bedroom (stylish ensuite/WIR/OFP), three further bedrooms and bathroom. Exceptionally high ceilings continue through light-filled dining, state-of-the-art chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen and sensational living room (OFP) opening to northeast garden. Features RC/ air-conditioning, alarm, powder-room, security-intercom, butlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pantry/laundry, drip-system, 1 x garage, additional OSP, auto-gates. Land: 540sqm/5,805sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 4th December at 10.30am

Inspect

thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 11.30-12noon

Contact

Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913 andrew Hayne 0418 395 349 John Manton 0411 444 930

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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MelBouRne/souTH yARRA 502/401 st Kilda Road Breathtaking sub penthouse apartment sets new benchmarks in luxury, designer style and cutting edge technology in the Domain Precinct. Honed limestone floors, custom joinery and spectacular views are showcased through gallery with aquarium, home theatre, study, sensational living/entertaining with Gaggenau chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen opening to terrace. Three opulent bedrooms boast designer en-suites/BIRs. Features 5 AMX remotes controlling A/V, security, lighting, heating/cooling plus 4 x basement carparks, 2 x storage rooms, powder-room. Just a short stroll to Domain Road and Botanic Gardens.

Expressions of Interest Closing Friday 19th november at 2pm Actual View

Inspect

Wednesday 6.30-7pm by appointment

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 nicole French 0417 571 505 Heather elder 0413 273 079

Office

1111 High street Armadale 9822 9999

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MElBouRnE/SouTh yaRRa 401 St Kilda Road "Worth Every Million" Positioned in the beautiful Domain precinct, close to Toorak Road, the Shrine and Botanical gardens, these stunning brand new apartments offer the perfect Melbourne position. Designed by Elenberg Fraser, exceptionally well designed and proportioned living and dining spaces with open fire place and sweeping views down St Kilda Road, fabulous Gaggenau and marble chefs kitchen, generous entertainers terrace with Smeg BBQ, three beautifully fitted bedrooms (all with ensuites), separate sitting/study, laundry, powder-room and basement garaging. 204/401 - $3,295,000 www.401stkildaroad.com.au

Private Sale Inspect

Wednesday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 nicole French 0417 571 505

Office

1111 high Street armadale 9822 9999

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Actual View

MElBouRnE/SouTH YARRA 505 St Kilda Road Sweeping, uninterrupted views through the tree tops of Fawkner Park across to Port Phillip Bay and returning towards the MCG frame the backdrop of these luxurious residences. Each residence offers the choice of two or three ensuited bedrooms, study area, beautifully appointed Gaggenau and marble kitchen, spacious light filled living and dining areas leading to your generous winter garden overlooking Fawkner Park. Ideally located only moments from Toorak Road shopping, Botanic Gardens, Albert Park and the CBD.

Apartment 507 - 2 BDR, 2 bath plus study $1,590,000 Apartment 1003 - 3 BDR, 2 bath plus study $2,150,000 Private Sale Inspect

Saturday 2.45-3.15pm or by appointment

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 nicole French 0417 571 505

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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eASt MeLBouRne 144 Jolimont Road Est Apartments offer a sophisticated contemporary lifestyle address in the heart of East Melbourne. A boutique and striking complex set amidst Melbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most prestigious parklands and perched on the doorstep of the CBD. With views reaching out across the immediate blossoming surrounds and enjoying panoramic views of the City lights. A selection of 2 BRs + study and 3 BR options. Luxuriously finished with oak flooring, Miele and marble kitchens, private lift and 2 car spaces. Significant stamp duty savings still available. www.estapartments.com.au

Boutique Apartments starting from $1,050,000 Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 nicole French 0417 571 505

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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SOuthbank/MelbOuRne 2701/80 Clarendon Street One of Melbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top 10 residences, this breathtaking 600sqm penthouse, showcasing 330 degree views is luxuriously appointed with state-of-the-art technology and spectacular designer style through vast living/dining and entertaining areas, Miele/Viking chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen and dramatic commercial bar opening to two terraces. Four opulent bedrooms, study and four bathrooms include main with his/ her en-suites/WIRs. Features Creston home-automation, 5 carparks, 2 x storage cages. www.clarendonstreetpenthouse.com

Expressions of Interest Closing Monday 22nd november at 5pm Inspect

Wednesday 7.30-8pm & Saturday 3.45-4.15pm

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 nicole French 0417 571 505 John bongiorno 0418 328 056

Office

1111 high Street armadale 9822 9999

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CAuLFiELD North 20 Bambra road A substantial garden setting near Caulfield Park significantly enhances the renovation, rebuilding and development potential of this gracious solid-brick period residence (Subject to council approval). Distinctive period features and generous proportions define sitting room, formal dining, three bedrooms and bathroom. Wellequipped kitchen with casual dining and sunny living room open to deep northeast garden with pool. Features gasheater, alarm, security intercom, external laundry. Land: 807sqm/8,700sqft (approx). Note: Executorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Auction

Auction

Saturday 27th November at 12.30pm

Inspect

thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 1.30-2pm

Contact

James McCormack 0410 503 389 Dean Gilbert 0418 994 939

Office

1111 high Street Armadale 9822 9999

Conj.

iAdvocates - Sam Babalis 0419 513 197

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Glen IRIs 10 Dillon Grove Immaculately presented two-storey contemporary residence boasting light-filled spacious family accommodation situated close to Ferndale Park, Ashburton shops, schools and transport. Interior features tiled hallway, formal sitting/ dining room, four bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIR/ensuite), laundry and two bathrooms plus generous granite/euro kitchen and informal living/dining overlooking a paved entertaining area, leafy garden and in-ground pool. Also includes security/intercom, alarm, ducted heating, R/C airconditioners, remote/double garage/storage.

Auction

saturday 27th november at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 11-11.30am & saturday 1.30-2pm

Contact

Duane Wolowiec 0418 567 581 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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GLEn IRIs 31 Dorrington Avenue The irresistible appeal of this captivating family residence is highlighted by consummate designer flair inside and out. Evocative period features define sitting room, formal dining, study, main bedroom (en-suite/WIR), four further bedrooms (BIRs), two bathrooms and computer room. Gourmet Ilve kitchen and glorious living/dining open to stunning vine-covered pergola and beautiful waterwise garden. Features 4 x OFPs, ducted-heating, airconditioning, water-tank, double-garage. Land: 920sqm/9,900sqft (approx).

Auction

saturday 27th november at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 2-2.30pm & saturday 1-1.30pm

Contact

Heather Elder 0413 273 079 Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234 James Tomlinson 0408 350 684

Office

1111 High street Armadale 9822 9999

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Glen IRIs 1 Dundas street Redefined by a state-of-the-art double storey extension by award-wining architect John Henry, memorable landscaped gardens and a sumptuous swimming pool, this magnificent 1930â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home delivers an exceptional family environment on a tremendous allotment of 1146sqm (approx). 5 bedrooms, main with ensuite/WIRs, formal sitting and dining domain with open fire, striking informal living/dining and stunning stone kitchen. Cellar, powder room, greenhouse.

Auction

saturday 4th December at 11.30am

Inspect

Wednesday 11.30-12noon & saturday 12-12.30pm

Contact

Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282 James Redfern 0412 360 667

Office

1111 High street Armadale 9822 9999

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HAwtHORn 130 Church Street Against a backdrop of modern architectural excellence, a substantial family lifestyle environment finished over four levels for intimate and grand scale entertaining. High specification finishes enhance spectacular open plan living/ dining (OFP) with stone kitchen extending to alfresco entertainers garden. 2 further living zones, 1 with wet bar BBQ/ dining terrace amidst CBD views. 4 bedrooms (BIRs, main ensuite), 2 studies, viewing tower. Remote double garage. www.130churchst.com

Auction

Saturday 27th november at 10.30am

Inspect

thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday 11-11.30am

Contact

nicholas Franzmann 0412 247 175 Mark Dayman 0409 342 462

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HawtHOrn 12 Oak Street Splendid Hawthorn brick c1880â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Victorian residence combines evocative charm with generously proportioned stylish family comfort. Baltic-pine flows through arched hallway to magnificent sitting room, five gorgeous bedrooms, three stylish bathrooms and study. Fabulous country-style kitchen boasting butlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pantry and stone benches, dining area and generous living room (OFP) open to picturesque garden. Features 4xmarble fireplaces, ducted-heating, air-conditioning, alarm, irrigation, laundry, OSP.

Auction

Saturday 4th December at 10.30am

Inspect

thursday 12.15-12.45pm & Saturday 12-12.30pm

Contact

walter Dodich 0413 262 655 Luci avro 0417 577 568

Office

266 auburn road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HaWtHORn 12 Salisbury Grove Completely transformed by a meticulous renovation and fervent commitment to practical contemporary style, this double fronted Victorian presents a beautifully chic modern lifestyle sanctuary enriched by inspired architectural detail and a private alfresco entertaining oasis. 3 double bedrooms (2 x BIRs/OFPs), Main full WIR/stone ensuite, open plan Living/ Dining, fully integrated stone/ ILVE Kitchen. Brilliant integrated storage, Philippe Starck fixtures, 3 x remote OSP. Walk to leading schools, shops and transport.

Auction

Saturday 20th november at 10am

Inspect

Wednesday 8-8.30pm & thursday 10.30-11am & 6.30-7pm & Saturday from 9.30am

Contact

Hamish tostevin 0408 004 766 andrew Gibbons 0407 577 007

Office

266 auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

Conj.

Jellis Craig - tim Picken 0419 305 802

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HawtHORn 30 Smart Street Completely charming block-fronted Victorian metres to Smart Street Reserve delivers fabulous family living enhanced by studio/home office flexibility. Balticpine floors distinguish arched hallway leading to three bedrooms (1OFP/2BIRs), bathroom, bright well-equipped kitchen, sunny dining and spacious living room opening to gorgeous garden. Freestanding garage, second bathroom and cellar are beneath fabulous studio/home office. Features ducted-heating, RC/air-conditioner, alarm, third toilet, laundry, drip-system.

Auction

Saturday 4th December at 12.30pm

Inspect

thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday 10.30-11am

Contact

Mark Sutherland 0418 691 585 James tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HaWTHORn 5 Yarra Street The striking architect designed transformation of this grand Victorian is a spectacular achievement in cuttingedge design. Sublime contemporary style blends with Victorian elegance through sitting room (OFP), living/ theatre room (OFP), stunning Miele kitchen and living/ dining opening to glorious garden. Main bedroom (ensuite/ WIR) is complemented by two further bedrooms (BIRs), bathroom, study and gym. Features lift, hydronic-heating, RC/air-conditioning, rainwater-tanks, triple-garage. Land: 918sqm/9878sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 27th november at 12.30pm

Inspect

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

Contact

andrew Hayne 0418 395 349 Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913 Mark Dayman 0409 342 462

Office

266 auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HaWtHORN EaSt 3 Pleasant Road “Cambrai’. Stylish, light-filled and spacious c1920’s timber residence delivers a sensational family lifestyle within stunning north-facing garden/pool surrounds. Natural light streams through wide hallway to main bedroom (en-suite/WIR), two further bedrooms (BIRs), fitted-study, bathroom and powder-room. Generous living room (OFP), contemporary Smeg kitchen and light-filled dining open to picturesque garden with solar-heated pool and studio/ garage/bungalow. Features ducted-heating, RC/airconditioning, laundry, 3 x OSP. Land: 739sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 4th December at 12.30pm

Inspect

thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm

Contact

Chris Barrett 0412 927 409 Peter Mitchell 0418 374 556

Office

266 auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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KEW 43 Barnard Grove Generous 644 sqm (approx) proportions, exciting elevation, perfect family position. Renovate/ extend or redevelop(STCA) this comfortable Bungalow on a peaceful allotment presenting leafy views to Yarra River parkland and beyond. A neighbourhood of enduring popularity offers easy proximity to leading schools, parkland and quality shops/ restaurants. 2 bedrooms, x1 ensuite, sitting (OFP), dining, kitchen/ meals. Leadlight windows, decorative ceilings, multiple OSP.

Auction

Saturday 4th December at 12.30pm

Inspect

Thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday 11.15-11.45am

Contact

Mark Sproule 0408 090 205 Duane Wolowiec 0418 567 581

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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KEW EAST 8 Walbundry Drive Encapsulating all that is desirable in a single-storey contemporary residence boasting an eye catching faรงade and luxurious appointments. Spacious interior comprising, four bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIR/ensuite), formal sitting/ dining room plus expansive informal living/dining room and gourmet kitchen overlooking central courtyard, deck and leafy rear garden, two bathrooms/powder rooms, laundry. Includes alarm, ducted heating, water tank, lowmaintenance gardens, remote/double garage (I/A).

Auction

Saturday 27th November at 10am

Inspect

Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm

Contact

Joe Muinos 0423 222 043 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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CanTErbury 20 Erica Street This absolutely charming Edwardian brick residence (c1915) featured in â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our Houseâ&#x20AC;? annual magazine in 1998 describing the seamless renovations which provide spacious family living/entertaining areas comprising arched hallway, four bedrooms, formal sitting and dining room, three bathrooms, laundry, study, upstairs retreat, open-plan kitchen+informal living/dining room, sandstone paved terrace, deep garden and carport (rear access). Includes alarm, ducted heating, OFPs, ample storage, OSP. Land: 652sqm/7,015sqft (approx). $1,800,000 + buyers should inspect.

Auction

Saturday 4th December at 11.30am

Inspect

Thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm

Contact

Walter Dodich 0413 262 655 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 auburn road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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CanteRBuRy 27 Wattle Valley Road Classically-styled two-storey residence perfectly located in the Maling Road precinct featuring a superb interior with a marvellous north-facing kitchen (appearing in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly, 2010) and living/dining room opening to the deck and courtyard; plus formal sitting, separate dining, study, three bedrooms (BIRs, main/ensuite), two additional bathrooms, retreat and laundry. Includes intercom/alarm, auto/awning, R/C airconditioners, ducted heating & vacuum, brilliant storage, water-wise garden/ tanks, remote/double garage.

Auction

Saturday 20th november at 2.30pm

Inspect

thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday from 2pm

Contact

Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399 James tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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MOnt ALBERt 6 Gordon Street Glorious c1910 timber Edwardian residence blends period elegance and contemporary style through sensational family focused dimensions. Ornate features distinguish study (OFP), sitting room (OFP), two downstairs bedrooms (1 x OFP) complemented upstairs by three further bedrooms (BIRs) and two family bathrooms. Inviting dining, exceptionally spacious kitchen and generous living open to gorgeous northeast garden with salt water self cleaning spa. Features ducted-heating, evap-cooling, RC/airconditioning, alarm, laundry, irrigation and double-carport with auto-gates. Land: 897sqm (approx).

Auction

Saturday 4th December at 11.30am

Inspect

thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 2.15-2.45pm

Contact

Hamish tostevin 0408 004 766 Stuart Evans 0402 067 710

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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Mont ALbErt 2 Serpentine Street Superbly preserved/renovated Edwardian two-storey family residence boasts lovely period features complemented by spacious family living areas. A warm, inviting interior comprising polished Jarrah hallway, four bedrooms, dressing room, two bathrooms, formal dining and sitting rooms, retreat, study and laundry/bathroom. An openplan timber/euro kitchen/dining/living room opens to paved entertaining area and solar-heated in-ground pool. Includes intercom/alarm, split-system airconditioners, ducted heating, wine cellar, remote/triple/garage+storage. Land: 1,100sqm/11,836sqft (approx).

Auction

Saturday 27th november at 3.30pm

Inspect

thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 11.30-12noon

Contact

Mark Sutherland 0418 691 585 James tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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suRRey HIlls 32 Redvers street Idyllically situated in a leafy cul-de-sac minutes to Maling Road shops and cafes, this captivating block-fronted Victorian residence reveals an impressive blend of period elegance, generous proportions and compelling contemporary designer style. American Oak floor boards flow through double arched hallway to elegant sitting room and formal dining (OFPs), three beautiful bedrooms (BIRs), stylish bathroom complemented upstairs by sublime main bedroom with luxurious en-suite/ WIR and fitted-study. Gourmet Miele kitchen boasting stone benches and WIP and exceptionally spacious living and dining room (gas log-fire) open to private leafy garden with covered BBQ kitchen. Features ducted heating/cooling, laundry, powderroom, watering system, rainwater-tanks, carport.

Auction

saturday 4th December at 10.30am

Inspect

Thursday 10.15-10.45am & saturday 2.45-3.15pm

Contact

Joe Muinos 0423 222 043 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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BRIGhton EASt 65 Glencairn Avenue Appealing double-brick contemporary and exceptionally spacious family home idyllically situated on Brighton Golf Course opposite Dendy Park. Return drive leads to wide entrance, study, sitting room, formal dining, main bedroom (BIR/en-suite) plus three double bedrooms (BIRs) and two bathrooms. Spacious European kitchen and generous family area opening to deep north-facing garden with spa-pool overlooking golf course. Features hydronic-heating, RC/airconditioning, alarm, powder-room, laundry, garage, carport.

Auction

Saturday 4th December at 3.30pm

Inspect

Wednesday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm

Contact

Leonard teplin 0402 431 657 Lisa Walsh 0401 750 002 John Bongiorno 0418 328 056

Office

266 Auburn Road hawthorn 9822 9999

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ArthurS SeAt 105 Fitzgerald rise Perched high on Arthurs Seat with arguably one of the finest views across Port Phillip Bay and stretching across to Melbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s CBD, your new lifestyle awaits. Set on over 2 acres of beautiful gardens this four bedroom residence has been meticulously renovated throughout and offers over 40 squares of beautiful living space. Featuring grand entry, formal sitting, open plan kitchen/meals and family room, billiard/rumpus room, study and additional games area. Bathed in natural light and magnificent views from every room ensure the perfect lifestyle all year around.

Private Sale Inspect

by appointment

Contact

Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Nicole French 0417 571 505

Office

1111 high Street Armadale 9822 9999

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TOOrak 5/645 Toorak road Blessed with streaming natural light and the sensational space of the sixties, this 1st floor apartment has been superbly renovated throughout adding contemporary comforts to exceptional original spaces. One of only 6, its relaxing layout includes light-filled living extending to balcony, stunning library/study and spacious separate dining preceding a fully equipped kitchen. Two spacious double bedrooms (main with ensuite and dressing room).

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Saturday 4th December at 10.30am

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Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 2-2.30pm

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anthony reis 0417 352 774 Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058

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1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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SOuTH Yarra 80 Caroline Street Exquisite balconied Victorian residence blends period charm with contemporary style to provide an enticing lifestyle near Toorak road and Botanic Gardens. arched hallway leads to sitting room and formal dining/study (marble fireplaces), main bedroom (ensuite/BIr), two further bedrooms (BIrs) and bathroom. Sleek contemporary kitchen and light-filled living/dining opens to north-facing garden oasis. Features hydronic heating, rC/air-conditioning, alarm, powder room, Euro laundry, grey-water, extensive storage, large cellar.

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Saturday 27th November at 3.30pm

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Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 1-1.30pm

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James redfern 0412 360 667 Scott Banks 0411 700 099

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1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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MALveRn 8 Milton Parade An allotment that offers generous proportions and concludes with the convenience of wide rear right-of-way access surrounds this elevated family home. Older style living, central dining, large family-room and slate floored kitchen remain immediately serviceable while also indicating a rewarding readiness for renovating and further extending when so desired. Alternatively, consider new home site scope (STCA), to make the utmost of attractive proximity to Robert Menzies Reserve. Paved outdoor terrace precedes double car-port accompanied by bungalow/storage. An enticing, family orientated opportunity. Land: 697sqm/7,502sqft (approx).

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Saturday 27th november at 12.30pm

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Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 12-12.30pm

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Cameron edgoose 0438 064 212 ericka Wong 0411 472 849 Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282

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266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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MALveRn 6 McKinley Avenue Offering outstanding lifestyle convenience to Glenferrie Road, transport and leading schools, this double fronted victorian presents stylishly renovated proportions extending to private alfresco entertaining amidst an easily managed landscaped garden. High ceilings and heritage OFPs enhance a spacious, immaculately presented floorplan. Gracious formal sitting (OFP), 4 bedrooms (BIRs/3 x OFPs), Smeg appointed modern kitchen overlooking sunny, north facing living/dining. Remote double garage (ROW).

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Saturday 27th november at 10.30am

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Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 11-11.30am

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Scott Banks 0411 700 099 Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282

Office

1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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MalvERn 25 Cummins Grove Desirably situated on Milton Gray Reserve, this enticing solid-brick Edwardian offers sensational lifestyle appeal within stylishly extended spaces. Baltic-pine hallway leads to main bedroom (en-suite/WIR), second bedroom (BIR), bathroom and sitting room. Soaring vaulted ceiling distinguishes sensational Miele kitchen featuring stone benches, coffee-maker and steam oven and generous living/dining opening to northwest courtyard/garden. Features hydronic-heating, air-conditioning, alarm, laundry, sun-awning.

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Tuesday 7th December at 6.30pm

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Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 2.15-2.45pm

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Dean Gilbert 0418 994 939 James McCormack 0410 503 389

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1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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MalvERn EaST 11 Berrima avenue Delightful solid-brick Spanish Mission residence brilliantly blends period charm with contemporary style through generous light-filled dimensions. Polished timber floors and ornate ceilings characterise beautiful sitting room (OFP), main bedroom with stylish en-suite/BIR, two further bedrooms (BIRs) and bathroom. Exceptionally spacious modern Ilve kitchen boasting stone benches and sensational living/dining spaces (OFP) open to private north-facing garden. Features hydronic-heating, RC/air-conditioning, alarm, laundry, 2 x OSPs.

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Saturday 4th December at 12.30pm

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Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 11-11.30am

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James Tomlinson 0408 350 684 Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234

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1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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MalVeRn eaSt 12 Deakin Street Charming timber Victorian near Central Park exudes irresistible allure through brilliantly conceived, generous light-filled spaces. Polished boards flow through arched hallway to formal dining (OFP), inviting study, spa-bathroom and three bedrooms including upstairs main with balcony and stylish ensuite/BIR. Well-proportioned living/dining with modern stainless steel equipped kitchen opens to gorgeous northeast courtyard/garden. Features ducted-heating, RC/ air-conditioner, laundry, storage, OSP.

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Saturday 27th november at 1.30pm

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thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 3.15-3.45pm

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James Redfern 0412 360 667 Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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MalVeRn eaSt 9 emo Road the immense appeal of this freestanding Victorian purmeates through the period features and stylish comforts, and is only moments from ardrie Park, schools, shops and transport. a surprisingly deep garden allotment (379sqm approx), 2 street frontages, complements this immaculate home boasting contemporary enjoyment with enticing possibilities for the future. an elegant arched hallway introduces two double bedrooms (OFPs/BIRs), brilliantly proportioned open plan living and dining room (OFPs) and a fully appointed kitchen. Ornate ceilings and cornices, double carport and heating/cooling confirm the perfect offering.

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Saturday 4th December at 11.30am

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thursday 2.45-3.15pm & Saturday 3.45-4.15pm

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Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058 John Morrisby 0411 875 476 anthony Reis 0417 352 774

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1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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MaLvern eaSt 28 Sycamore Street Idyllically situated, instantly appealing c1915 timber residenceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s stylishly updated, light-filled interior provides immediate family comfort in a very deep (150ft) northeast garden. Baltic pine flows through three gorgeous bedrooms, stylish bathroom, second bathroom, formal dining (OFP), bright contemporary kitchen boasting Smeg oven and generous living/dining room opening to northeast garden. Features ducted-heating, air-conditioning, plantation shutters, irrigation, laundry, 3 x OSP. Land: 725sqm/7800sqft (approx).

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Saturday 20th november at 10.30am

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thursday 6-6.30pm & Saturday from 10am

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John Manton 0411 444 930 Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913 andrew Hayne 0418 395 349

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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MaLvern eaSt 9 Bruce Street a lush tree lined avenue is an ideal setting for this 1930s semi-detached home updated to incorporate modern comforts. Generous interiors include 2 double bedrooms, BIrs, inviting formal sitting / potential 3rd bedroom with open fire, and modern central kitchen preceding open-plan living/dining spaces extending out to a private rear garden and paved entertaining area. Features modern bathroom, heating/cooling and double carport.

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Saturday 4th December at 3pm

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thursday 3.30-4pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm

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anthony reis 0417 352 774 Daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058

Office

1111 High Street armadale 9822 9999

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PRahRan 62a alfred Street Distinctive generously proportioned residence, completely refurbished to reflect the latest in contemporary design, close to Fawkner Park. Wide Jarrah boards flow through to gourmet Miele kitchen and impressive living/dining area opening to a large entertainerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s courtyard. Stylish main bedroom (BIRs/ensuite), complemented by three further bedrooms (BIRs), additional study/living area and designer bathroom. Features hydronic heating, RC/air-conditioning, powder-room, double carport via ROW and storage.

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Saturday 27th november at 10.30am

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Thursday 6-6.30pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm

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James McCormack 0410 503 389 Dean Gilbert 0418 994 939

Office

1111 high Street armadale 9822 9999

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PRahRan 6 St. Malo Street a brilliant cul-de-sac location near hawksburn Village confirms the superb lifestyle appeal of this stylishly designed contemporary town-residence. northern light streams through generous living/dining and contemporary European marble kitchen opening to north-facing courtyard. Upstairs, main bedroom (BIR) with northfacing balcony enjoying city views, second bedroom (BIR) and study/3rd bedroom are complemented by marble bathroom. Features electric-heater, RC/air-conditioning, powder-room, laundry, security-intercom, OSP.

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Saturday 4th December at 10.30am

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Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 12-12.30pm

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Scott Banks 0411 700 099 Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282

Office

1111 high Street armadale 9822 9999

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PRahRan EaST 10a Pickford Street Only recently completed, this captivating, brilliantly proportioned, light-filled single-level luxury residence has been completely rebuilt to the original Wayne Gillespie plans. European oak parquetry flows through entrance hall, sensational gourmet kitchen and expansive living/dining (OFP) opening to north-facing courtyard garden. Main bedroom with en-suite/BIR is complemented by second bedroom (BIR), study, bathroom and Euro-laundry. Features ducted-heating, RC/air-conditioning, audio-wiring, attic-storage, 2 x secure OSP.

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Saturday 20th november at 11.30am

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Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 11am

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James McCormack 0410 503 389 Dean Gilbert 0418 994 939

Office

1111 high Street armadale 9822 9999

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Peter Cole 9822 1409

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GlEn IRIS 66 Maitland Street Serenely set behind a gorgeous landscaped garden, this charming solid-brick Edwardian combines period appeal with superb contemporary style. natural light streams through generous living/dining, sleek modern kitchen boasting Miele appliances and second living room opening to expansive covered deck and garden. Two double bedrooms (WIR/BIR) are accompanied by stylish bathroom, second toilet and laundry. Features ducted-heating, sprinklers, shed, 2 x OSP, ROW.

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Saturday 4th December at 12.30pm

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Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 12-12.30pm

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John Manton 0411 444 930 Justin Krongold 0403 163 355 andrew hayne 0418 395 349

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1111 high Street armadale 9822 9999

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GlEn IRIs 2a saxby Road Exceptionally generous contemporary luxury residence has been brilliantly designed to accommodate every stage of family life. Predominantly single-level through sitting room, gourmet Miele kitchen and living/dining opening to northwest courtyard. Main bedroom (en-suite/ WIR) is complemented by two further bedrooms (WIRs), spa-bathroom and two spacious upstairs areas offering recreation/bedroom accommodation with third bathroom. Features RC/air-conditioning, ducted-heating, alarm, videointercom, powder-room, double-garage.

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saturday 27th november at 1.30pm

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Thursday 12-12.30pm & saturday 11-11.30am

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Joanna nairn 0419 994 664 Peter Bennison 0418 332 864 Charles Reid 0407 386 300

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1111 High street Armadale 9822 9999

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GlEn IRIs 24 Barina Road This exceptional family residence features genuine five bedroom, three bathroom accommodation throughout a floor-plan that is inviting, impressive and faultlessly presented. Refined formal living and dining rooms and distinguished study/library lead to huge family-room/ meals and Miele kitchen which beautifully matches form and function. Unforgettable outdoor entertaining pavilion includes pizza oven and full stainless steel barbeque kitchen and is complemented by a sunny terrace above manicured lawns and seductive solar heated swimming pool. Watering system/26,000 litre tank. leafy proximity to Glen Iris Ps. For families, nothing could be finer! land: 702sqm (approx).

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saturday 4th December at 1.30pm

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Thursday 1-1.30pm & 6.30-7pm & saturday 3-3.30pm

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Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282 scott Banks 0411 700 099

Office

1111 High street Armadale 9822 9999

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AShWood 13 Ashwood drive Superbly designed near new contemporary homeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s generously proportioned and luxuriously appointed spaces provide a sensational family domain. Exceptional dimensions define formal sitting room (gas log-fire), study, bathroom, rumpus/billiards room, gourmet European kitchen and inviting living/dining (gas log-fireplace) opening to deep north-facing garden. Main bedroom (WIR/en-suite) is complemented by three further bedrooms (BIR/WIR), second bathroom and childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s retreat. Features ducted-heating, cooling, security system, laundry, double-garage.

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Saturday 27th November at 11.30am

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Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 10-10.30am

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daniel Wheeler 0411 676 058 Madeline Kennedy 0411 873 913

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1111 high Street Armadale 9822 9999

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AShBuRToN 59 St Georges Crescent delightful c1946 English-style brick residence is brilliantly enhanced by an enviable location directly abutting Watson Park. Presented with pristine style through light-filled formal living and dining, well-equipped kitchen with casual dining and generous living opening to covered deck and deep north-facing garden with gate to park. Three double bedrooms (BIRs) share a bathroom. Features ducted-heating, 3 x RC/air-conditioners, laundry, cellar, garage, auto-gates. Land: 697sqm (approx).

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Saturday 20th November at 10.30am

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Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 10am

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James Redfern 0412 360 667 Jason Brinkworth 0416 006 282

Office

1111 high Street Armadale 9822 9999

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HAwTHORn 23 Sercombe Grove In an outstanding lifestyle location just a two minute walk from Glenferrie Road, independent schools including Ruyton, Xavier, MLC, Carey and zone 1 transport, this single fronted Victorian presents fabulous first home, investment or renovation/ extension (STCA) possibilities. Enduring Hawthorn brick character and a traditional floorplan combine to offer immediately inviting, freshly painted accommodation featuring 3 bedrooms (x1 OFP), living/ dining (OFP) and serviceable kitchen.

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Saturday 4th December at 9.30am

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Thursday & Saturday 11-11.30am

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nick Ptak 0413 370 442 Mark Dayman 0409 342 462

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266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAwTHORn 26 Elphin Grove Superbly presented Victorian residence (c1890) renovated to the highest standards with designer style featuring four bedrooms plus 5th bedroom/study (main/wIR/en-suite), polished timber hallway, formal living/dining plus expansive kitchen/dining/living with city views opening to deck, secluded garden and solar-heated in-ground pool. Contemporary features include plantation shutters, spacious family bathroom and laundry with ample storage. Includes alarm, Euro appliances, OFPs, R/C airconditioner, hydronic heating, OSP. Land: 869sqm/9,350sqft (approx).

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Saturday 20th november at 10.30am

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Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 10am

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Duane wolowiec 0418 567 581 Mark Sproule 0408 090 205 Doug McLauchlan 0418 377 718

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HawtHOrn EaSt 34 Miami Street Beautifully presented art deco home, generous floor plan, bright living/entertaining zones, 2 spacious bedrooms, large living room (OFP), separate dining room, fully renovated bathroom, updated kitchen opening to private landscaped rear garden – perfect for entertaining. Features high decorative ceilings, polished floorboards, single LU garage/OSP. Move straight in and enjoy, or take advantage of sensational architect designed approved plans to extend/create 3 bedroom residence.

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Saturday 20th november at 12.30pm

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thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday from 12noon

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Geordie Dixon 0418 588 399 Stuart Evans 0402 067 710

Office

266 auburn road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HawtHOrn EaSt 45 roseberry Street the “renovation Opportunity of the Year” is presented in this cute freestanding Victorian cottage. Surrounded by period streetscape the existing accommodation features arched hallway, two bedrooms, living room, bathroom, sunny kitchen/meals and external original amenities at the back. a deep north-facing allotment offers options to extend out and up (StCa), leaving space for a car and sun-drenched courtyard garden, rear lane access.

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Saturday 4th December at 9.30am

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thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday 3.30-4pm

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Mark Sutherland 0418 691 585 James tostevin 0417 003 333 andrew Gibbons 0407 577 007

Office

266 auburn road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAWTHORN EAST 4 Tourello Avenue Beautiful and inviting period residence c1920 close to Anderson Park and Auburn South Primary comprising wide hallway, formal sitting room, separate dining, five bedrooms, two stylish bathrooms, laundry, large storeroom and expansive open-plan informal living, dining and kitchen flowing to a sandstone paved terrace perfect for indoor/outdoor entertaining. Upstairs retreat, two further bedrooms. Includes alarm, Blanco appliances, ducted heating, two split system air-conditioners, roof storage and carport+OSP. Land: 780sqm (approx).

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Saturday 20th November at 11am

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Thursday 12.30-1pm & Saturday from 10.30am

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Hamish Tostevin 0408 004 766 Désirée Wakim 0412 336 266

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266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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HAWTHORN EAST 1 Anderson Road Ideally located near Anderson Park, schools, shops, transport & CityLink, this immaculate townhouse features an eyecatching sandstone façade, smart décor and north-facing courtyard providing wonderful indoor/outdoor entertaining options. Interior includes: formal living room powder room, study, stylish kitchen and informal living/dining, family bathroom & three bedrooms (BIR's, main with ensuite & balcony). Feat: intercom, alarm, Bosch appliances, ducted heating & cooling, low maintenance gardens and remote double garage (storage).

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Saturday 27th November at 11.30am

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Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 2.30-3pm

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Désirée Wakim 0412 336 266 Hamish Tostevin 0408 004 766

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266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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Kew 31 Gladstone Street A superb opportunity to secure an appealing freestanding Victorian cottage perfectly positioned in a renowned Kew lifestyle location with light-filled interior comprising two bedrooms, stylishly renovated kitchen and bathroom (euro laundry); spacious north-facing living/dining room plus deep rear garden providing ample room to extend out/up if desired (STCA). Includes period features, R/C airconditioners, OFPs, low-maintenance gardens, storage shed and remote/ double/OSP rear access. Land: 372sqm/4,003sqft (approx).

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Saturday 27th November at 10.30am

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Thursday 1.15-1.45pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm

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Hamish Tostevin 0408 004 766 Andrew Gibbons 0407 577 007

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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Kew 3/7 Gellibrand Street Immaculately presented rear two-storey town residence offers surprisingly generous accommodation and gardens plus a private/secure lifestyle close to schools and Kew Junction. Comprising north-facing living, powder room, stylish Miele kitchen plus living/dining, paved entertaining area/courtyard. Lower-level home theatre/retreat, laundry/ bathroom and cellar. Upstairs three bedrooms (BIRs, main/ wIR/ensuite), family bathroom. Includes video/intercom, polished parquetry floors, quality finishes/fittings, ducted heating/cooling, C-Bus system, remote/double/garage (I/A).

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Saturday 4th December at 10.30am

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Thursday 2.45-3.15pm & Saturday 4-4.30pm

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Duane wolowiec 0418 567 581 Mark Sproule 0408 090 205

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266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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CAmBeRwell 4 east Court Attractive timber period residence in peaceful cul-de-sac setting stylishly combines rustic charm with contemporary family comfort directly adjacent to parkland. Polished boards flow through entrance hall, sun-drenched sitting room, stylish modern Bosch kitchen and generous living/ dining room (OFP) overlooking wide sunny garden. Four bedrooms (2BIRs) are complemented by bathroom, powderroom and laundry. Features ducted heating, evaporative cooling, OSP.

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Saturday 27th November at 10.30am

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Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday 2.15-2.45pm

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Duane wolowiec 0418 567 581 Rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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CAmBeRwell 18 Immarna Road Attractive contemporary brick home in a perfect location features impeccably maintained interior, recently renovated kitchen and family bathroom plus lovely garden vistas. Comprising north-facing main bedroom (study alcove, wIR/ ensuite), sitting room, separate dining, 4th bedroom/study, superbly equipped kitchen, informal dining/living room plus covered deck; two further bedrooms (BIRs), bathroom, sep toilet and laundry. Includes security doors, alarm, ducted heating/vacuum, airconditioners, water tank, cellar/storage, remote/double garage.

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Saturday 20th November at 1.30pm

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Thursday 2.45-3.15pm & Saturday from 1pm

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walter Dodich 0413 262 655 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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CANteRbuRy 108/188 Canterbury Road Luxurious 3 bedrooms 1st level apartments at the rear of this exclusive and very tightly held Mirvac development – Abingdon. Comp massive openplan living with views over Canterbury Gardens & large covered terrace; 3 beds & study alcove, 2 bathrooms; 2 car accom, storage cage, A/C and heating. Note the fabulous location with Maling Rd Village and Canterbury station a minute’s walk away.

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Saturday 4th December at 1.30pm

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thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 10.15-10.45am

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Stephen Gough 0439 844 855 ericka Wong 0411 472 849 Cameron edgoose 0438 064 212

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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SuRRey HiLLS 14 Norfolk Road An appealing double fronted Californian bungalow timber home located in one of the best streets in Surrey Hills – in the heart of the english Counties estate almost opposite Surrey Gardens. this fabulous property is ideally suited to either an extensive renovation or re-development with potential for either a luxurious new family home or up to three townhouses (StCA). Land: 996sqm/10,720sqft (approx).

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Saturday 4th December at 11.30am

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thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 11-11.30am

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Stephen Gough 0439 844 855 Cameron edgoose 0438 064 212 ericka Wong 0411 472 849

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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SuRRey HIllS 2/32 Russell Street Designed to take advantage of the northerly aspect, this impeccably maintained three bedroom villa unit features generously proportioned living areas opening to a private and secure courtyard garden. Comprises: entrance hall, spacious living and dining room, well appointed kitchen with adjacent family/meals room, main bedroom with ensuite and WIR, two further double bedrooms (both BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s), bathroom, separate WC, laundry, double garage.

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Saturday 27th November at 11.30am

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Thursday & Saturday 11.45-12.15pm

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Annie Clewlow 0431 234 234 Doug Mclauchlan 0418 377 718

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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SuRRey HIllS 3/49 Wandsworth Road Immaculate contemporary townhouse, the rear of three with entry from Chertsey Street - offers a quiet/ private and light-filled living environment. Highlighted by vaulted ceilings and large glass areas the interior features two bedrooms, brand new bathroom, laundry, updated kitchen and delightful air-conditioned dining/ living area opening to a pretty, low-maintenance courtyard. Includes Baltic Pine floors, ducted heating, Technika S/S stove, remote garage/storage.

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Saturday 20th November at 12.30pm

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Thursday 11.45-12.15pm & Saturday from 12noon

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Mark Sutherland 0418 691 585 Joe Muinos 0423 222 043

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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SURRey HiLLS 99 Middlesex Road A glorious all-seasons flowering garden and relaxing entertainment deck complement the flexible family spaces of this delightful four bedroom and study residence quietly setback on a substantial allotment. Near quality schools, trams, train, parklands and Maling Road shops, this tastefully updated and extended home offers lounge room (OFP), dining room, family meals/living, kitchen with quality appliances, two bathrooms, ducted heating, alarm, LUG/workshop. Land: 920sqm (approx).

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Saturday 27th November at 10.30am

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Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 1.30-2pm

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

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266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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BALWyN 30 Gordon Street This charming executive home provides luxurious & relaxed living. Downstairs, master suite with WiR & ensuite, study, adjoining formal living rooms, family area opening onto large deck overlooking the spectacular floodlit pool. The kitchen is beautifully appointed with Stone italiana bench tops, quality european appliances and plenty of space. Upstairs, 3 bedrooms, bathrooms, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s living space. Features landscaped gardens,12000l watertank, double garage. Land: 694sqm/7,470sqft (approx).

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Saturday 20th November at 1.30pm

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Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 1pm

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Stephen Gough 0439 844 855 ericka Wong 0411 472 849 Cameron edgoose 0438 064 212

Office

266 Auburn Road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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BALWyn nOrTH 23 Ferdinard Avenue Mid-1960s brick family home in excellent order offering unique opportunity to renovate/extend/rebuild (STCA) on corner allotment in Balwyn High zone close Greythorn, Westfield and Eastlink. Comprising wide entrance, five bedrooms, spacious formal living/dining; north-facing informal living, modern kitchen/meals, sunroom all open to a terrace overlooking the garden and in-ground pool, three bathrooms, laundry, lower-level recreation room. Includes video/intercom, air conditioning, ducted heating, abundance of storage, remote/garage (I/A), carport/OSP. Land 1,039sqm/11,180sqft (approx).

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Saturday 20th november at 11.30am

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Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday from 11am

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Joe Muinos 0423 222 043 James Tostevin 0417 003 333

Office

266 Auburn road Hawthorn 9822 9999

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BrIGHTOn 4a Kooringal Grove Immaculately presented single-level residence near Gardenvale Village offers timeless light-filled living through every generously proportioned space. Entrance foyer precedes generous sitting room, formal dining room, refined study, sun-drenched white kitchen, casual dining and inviting living room opening to private northeast garden. Main bedroom (ensuite/WIr) is complemented by two further bedrooms (BIrs), second bathroom and laundry. Features ducted-heating, air-conditioning, double-garage, drip-system.

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Saturday 4th December at 10.30am

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Thursday 3-3.30pm & Saturday 10-10.30am

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James Tomlinson 0408 350 684 Heather Elder 0413 273 079 rae Tomlinson 0418 336 234

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1111 High Street Armadale 9822 9999

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104 Somerville Road Yarraville Ph 9316 9000 1/66 Douglas Parade Williamstown Ph 9393 1600 www.jasstephens.com.au

2/9-13 COORIGIL ROAD CARNEGIE Superlative Single Level Spaces Classically comfortable, impeccable maintained single style enhances this bright two bedroom villa unitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s immense attraction for first home buyers, downsizers and investors alike. One of only eight. Generous, light-filled living and dining areas Separate kitchen/meals with Bosch appliances Two double bedrooms, each with built-in robes Immaculate bathroom and separate laundry Ducted heating. Intercom. Tandem garage

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Saturday 4th December at 10.00am

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68 J6 Saturday 10.00-10.30 & Wednesday 6.00-6.30 Craig Stephens 0418 547 938 Anna Grech 0438 446 051

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2/9-13 Coorigil Road, Carnegie

DOCKLANDS 6 Stockhold Mews (off Lorimer St) 3 2.5 Picture French Riviera - Think Docklands

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This architecturally designed home over 2 levels makes this property one of the best on offer. You no longer have to be on the French Riviera to capture this elite lifestyle when it is right here on your doorstep....The Docklands! The ground floor offers a formal living/dining area opening to an elegant yet private courtyard. You will find an impressive kitchen of the finest quality featuring Miele appliances and polished stone floors and bench tops. Another informal living area flowing from the kitchen through to the courtyard is perfect for all entertainers. On the 2nd level you will be embraced by the spacious mezzanine retreat leading out to a stylish balcony. The generous master bedroom comprises walk-in-robe and ensuite. A further 2 bedrooms with BIRs have use of the pristine bathroom. Only a stones throw from the waters edge, you can stroll the boardwalk right through to the Michelin Star Restaurants on Southbank Promenade.

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Open for inspection: Thurs 12.00 - 12.30pm Sat 12.00 - 12.30pm

Robert Exell 0412 371 534 rexell@rescom.com.au

100 Park Street, South Melbourne p: 8699 8000 www.rescomsthmelb.com.au

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HAWTHORN 12 Coppin Grove

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A stately waterfront estate with all the wonder and romance of a bygone era, Yarroma offers a majestic private hideaway, in excess of 5,576m2 or 60,000 sqft, only 5kms from Melbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s CBD. This prestigious St James Park Estate hosts this historic family home presiding over stunning Italianate gardens dotted with conservatories, heated in-ground pool, tennis court and terraced walkways stepping down to the banks of the Yarra. Resplendent with Romanesque architectural elegance, high archways, spacious porticos, generous bedrooms, bathrooms, formal dining and elegant entertaining and family living areas integrate old world grandeur with welcoming warmth. Amongst the treetops, the Widows Walk provides sweeping city views while below ground the wine cellar and gymnasium present modern essentials. The old chapel and stables, now converted to a freestanding second residence features pitched exposed timber ceilings and expansive decking, aesthetically complementing the ultimate lifestyle opportunity. Yarroma, once in a lifetimeâ&#x20AC;Ś

Expressions of Interest Closing Monday 22nd November at 2.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Saturday 3.00 - 3.45pm Strictly By Appointment Call Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 Greg Herman 0411 473 307 Phillip French 0411 090 987 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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TOORAK 52 Mathoura Road This elegant, free standing Victorian terrace opening to pool and parklands at rear is conveniently located within a short walk to Hawksburn and Toorak Villageâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s shopping, cafes and restaurants. Featuring: Entrance hall, formal lounge, separate dining, laundry/powder room, kitchen/meals, living room opening to rear garden, pool, spa and terrace overlooking Brookville Gardens. Upstairs: Master bedroom with balcony and city views, 3 further bedrooms, 2 main bathrooms. Other features include double lock up garage via rear laneway.

Auction View Call Office

Saturday 27th November at 2.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday & Saturday 2.00 - 2.30pm Karl Luff 0437 072 056 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

TOORAK 780 Orrong Road Elegant 1930â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s period residence on approx 725m2 amongst Toorakâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s finest estates and walking distance to Toorak Village, schools and the Yarra river. Formal lounge with OFP and separate formal dining, large study, kitchen/ meals area, family room opening to paved northern terrace, manicured garden and substantial lawn area with an option for a pool. Upstairs: 4 bedrooms, including master bedroom with built in robes, ensuite and views, 3 further bedrooms and family bathroom. Double lock up garage and off street parking for 3+cars, powder room, storage, alarm and ducted heating/cooling.

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Saturday 20th November at 1.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday 12.00 - 12.45pm & Saturday from 12.30pm Sarah Case 0439 431 020 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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SOUTH YARRA 16 William Street Circa 1886. Substantial Victorian home on approx 880m2 offering a great family lifestyle, walking distance to Toorak Rd, Chapel St shopping/cafĂŠ precinct and trains/trams. Featuring rich period detail, formal entry, elegant sitting room, separate dining and formal living. Large kitchen with meals overlooking landscaped garden and heated pool. Upstairs: Main bedroom with dressing room and ensuite; 2 further double bedrooms and teenage retreat/4th bedroom. OSP for 4 cars, 6 ornate fire places, studio, powder room, cellar/bar, hydronic heating, ducted cooling, electronic security gates/intercom and alarm.

Auction Saturday 27th November at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm Call Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 Lauren Croxford 0400 010 325 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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SOUTH YARRA 1/223 Domain Road Italianate Victorian ground floor, 1 of only 2 mansion apartments with huge ceilings and opening to north facing landscaped gardens designed by Paul Bangay and entertaining area. Minutes walk to the Botanic Gardens, shops and restaurants. Formal sitting and dining rooms both with OFPs, modern kitchen and meals area, informal sitting room and separate built in library. Master bedroom with ensuite, walk in robes and leafy outlook, 4 further bedrooms and 2 family bathrooms. Hydronic heating, cooling and off street parking for 2 cars. Land area shared between both apartments is 1480m2 approx.

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Saturday 27th November at 1.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday 1.00 - 1.45pm & Saturday 2.00 - 2.45pm Sarah Case 0439 431 020 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

EAST MELBOURNE 105 George Street Stunning renovated freestanding 2 storey classic Victorian residence of grand proportions. Elegant formal living/dining rooms combine seamlessly with a modern day extension family room to an inspired Jack Merlo Designed Garden with solar heated pool and garden surrounds, ideal for entertaining. Features: 4 bedrooms, sublime master wing with ensuite and WIRs, heating, cooling, double lock up garage, marble mantels, black butt floors, gas log fires and Austrian chandeliers complete this family home. Land size 639m2 approximately, walking distance to Fitzroy, Treasury Gardens and the city.

Auction Saturday 20th November at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 12.00 - 12.45pm & Saturday from 11.30am Call Anthony Grimwade 0418 382 226 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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TOORAK 2 Bromley Court (Off Albany Road) This extremely rare piece of real estate positioned off Albany Road in this highly sought after Toorak cul de sac offers the opportunity to be renovated or rebuild (STCA), minutes to most of Melbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best private schools. Comprises: Entrance foyer, separate formal lounge and dining rooms opening to a private sunny garden with inground pool, kitchen with casual meals area, 4 excellent bedrooms, main with ensuite, 2 bathrooms and study. Other features include sauna, excellent car garaging and laundry. Land size: 60 ft x 170 ft = 10,200 sqft (941m2).

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Saturday 27th November at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) 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

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SOUTH YARRA Residence 4/44 Murphy Street Elegant & Sophisticated - the Epitome of Style. On Domain Hill, this Robert Hamilton Esq designed town residence has been renovated to the very highest of international standards providing formal and informal living, North facing courtyard garden and double off street parking. Formal security entrance hall with grand staircase, formal sitting and dining rooms both with OFPs, glamorous kitchen/meals and informal living area; zoned laundry. Upstairs: 3 bedrooms and bathrooms including a guest suite. Located in this tree lined location only moments to the finest amenities South Yarra has to offer.

Expressions of Interest Closing Monday 22nd November at 2.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 6.00 - 6.30pm Thursday & Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm Call David Colbran 0418 348 481 Greg Herman 0411 473 307 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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MELBOURNE 915/250 St Kilda Road

The Melburnian - The Garden Tower Penthouse Apartment

A rare opportunity. The apartment in this landmark building enjoys a northerly position just minutes to the CBD, Kings Domain, the Botanic Gardens and the sporting precinct with spectacular views and surrounding terrace with “Halo” feature and open plan living. Entrance foyer, stunning chef’s gourmet kitchen overlooking both lounge and dining areas, 2 large bedrooms, main with ensuite, 2nd bathroom, powder, study/3rd bedroom all with superb views and direct terrace access. Other features include 2 basement carparks, storage, stunning pool, sauna, gym, concierge and architectural recognition.

Expressions of Interest Closing Friday 3rd December at 3.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 2.00 - 2.30pm & Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm Call Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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FITZROY 54 Nicholson Street The Royal Terrace (Circa 1854). Triple storey, historic bluestone residence located in the World Heritage precinct overlooking the Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, a short stroll to the CBD and Lygon, Gertrude and Brunswick Streets. Elegant formal lounge, separate formal dining, French polished staircase leads to the informal living room with views of the Exhibition Building and city skyline. 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, hydronic heating, air-con, former stable with loft, paved north facing outdoor entertaining and double carport with auto door to rear lane access. Land size approx. 336m2.

Expressions of Interest Closing Monday 6th December at 5.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Saturday 2.00 - 2.30pm Call Phillip French 0411 090 987 Karl Luff 0437 072 056 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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PORT MELBOURNE 63/3 Seisman Place This full floor Penthouse is far more than a luxurious apartment offering rare warmth normally reserved for a family home. Featuring 3 bedrooms; master with en suite, dressing room and private balcony, family bathroom plus large study all with panoramic views. Open living and separate dining leads to a light and large kitchen. A generous balcony ideal for summer entertaining offers Bay views across Port Melbourne and beyond. In addition, powder room, 4 car spaces, laundry, heating/cooling, storage and pool.

Expressions of Interest Closing Wednesday 1st December at 5.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Thursday 1.00 - 1.30pm & Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am Strictly By Appointment Call Gerald Betts 0418 371 855 James Vakrinos 0402 434 344 Office 133 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park 9699 7222

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SOUTH MELBOURNE 901/196 Albert Road Parkside, panorama, position, it is all here in this stunning 2 level Penthouse in a sought-after boutique block. With uncompromised views from every room, this is the ultimate in lakeside living. Featuring 3 double bedrooms all with a sweeping aspect, master with en suite and walk through robes plus second bathroom, powder room, and laundry. Outside spaces include 3 large, sheltered balconies with sea views as far as Arthurâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Seat, 3 car spaces, storage area, video security and gym.

Private Sale View Thursday 12.00 - 12.30pm & Saturday 3.00 - 3.30pm Strictly By Appointment Call Gerald Betts 0418 371 855 Natalie Byass 0416 079 993 Office 133 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park 9699 7222

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MOUNT MARTHA 413 - 414 Esplanade Cambio Al Mar. Magnificent waterfront architect designed cliff top residence set in landscaped gardens on approx 3,300m2 with views of the bay stretching from the CBD across the You Yangs to the Heads. 5 bedrooms, multiple bathrooms and cavernous entertaining areas encompasses 70 squares of Vogue living with a French provincial influence that has been created giving a feeling of the Riviera here on the Peninsula. Solar heated in-ground pool, home theatre with surround sound, gym, billiard room, surveillance security system, hydronic heating and cooling throughout.

Auction Sunday 28th November at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Saturday & Sunday 2.00 - 3.00pm By Appointment Call Matt Vaughan 0419 844 009 John Styling 0403 093 922 Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

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HESKET via MOUNT MACEDON 29 Falls Road Thornton. A modern Mount Macedon master piece comprising beautifully structured Eckersley Stafford designed gardens on 14 serene acres. The light filled home of grand proportions has been sited on the sunny northern slope of Mount Macedon. The main home has 5-6 BRs and the adjoining cottage a further 2 BRs. The infrastructure is underpinned by the unlimited water from the drinkable, high volume bore and idyllic pond with its boat house, croquet lawn and outbuildings include the summer house. Thornton is a private paradise to be enjoyed now and is emerging as one of the mountains iconic gardens.

Auction View Call Office

Saturday 4th December 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm or By Appointment Tom May 0413 996 185 Beverley Higgs 0448 271 222 124 High Street, Woodend 5427 1222

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SPRINGHILL via WOODEND 9 Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Learys Lane Escape. Country refinement in an artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s landscape. A superb 65 acres, currently a magnificent country retreat with the opportunity to complete the picture and build your dream home (STCA). Outstanding views, soil and water (4 dams; 2 spring fed), irrigation and power, all in a magnificent park like setting designed by Paul Bangay, with established trees, mature hedging, formed driveways and quality shedding. Multiple well established, irrigated, and maintained chestnut groves of almost 1,000 trees, providing a picturesque back drop and presents income earning potential. Only 50 minutes from Melbourne.

Auction View Call Office

Saturday 27th November at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Saturday 3.00 - 3.30pm or By Private Appointment Beverley Higgs 0448 271 222 Tom May 0413 996 185 124 High Street, Woodend 5427 1222

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TOORAK 2/62 Heyington Place The ultimate in single level living, this elegant Georgian style town residence with plunge pool and courtyards provides superb living. Featuring: Secure entry, formal living flowing to dining and study orientated to courtyards, granite kitchen, master bedroom with luxurious dressing room and bathroom, 2nd bedroom and bathroom. Separate self contained apartment and double garage with direct access and abundant storage.

Auction View Call Office

Saturday 4th December at 12.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Karl Luff 0437 072 056 Greg Herman 0411 473 307 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

TOORAK 2/18 Grange Road Superb whole floor apartment (one of only 3) designed by Wayne Gillespie featuring totally private North-East facing courtyard and Western balcony situated just a short stroll to Toorak Village. Comprising: Security lift to entrance foyer, wide gallery hallway, full length living/dining room opening to courtyard, European kitchen, fully fitted study/TV room and powder room. Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and dressing room, 2nd and 3rd bedrooms, family bathroom and laundry. Other features include heating and cooling and security garage for 2 cars plus storage room.

Expressions of Interest Closing Wednesday 24th November at 5.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Call Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


PRAHRAN 1 Raleigh Street Charming freestanding brick Edwardian with double story rear extension boasting ornate period detailing including high ceilings, lead light windows and original fire places. 2 bedrooms, formal sitting room, open plan living and kitchen/meals opening to north facing rear garden. The architecturally designed extension has the master bedroom added upstairs with ensuite, walk in robe and private terrace. Large study area upstairs or potential 4th bedroom, ducted heating, air-conditioning, electric gated single carport. Scope for further cosmetic improvements.

Auction Saturday 4th December at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 11.00 - 11.30am & Saturday 2.00 - 2.30pm Call Lauren Croxford 0400 010 325 Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

CLOSING THIS THURSDAY

MALVERN 1C Embling Road A stunning 4 bedroom freestanding town residence located in one of Malvern’s best tree lined streets. Only a short stroll to High St and Glenferrie Rd shops, transport and some of Melbourne’s leading schools. Comprising: Entrance hall, downstairs bedroom with WIR and ensuite bathroom, beautiful spacious zoned living spaces to well appointed kitchen opening to private and paved courtyard garden. Upstairs: 3 further bedrooms, master with ensuite, separate central bathroom, parent’s retreat and outside terrace. Other features include: Heating, cooling, security alarm, computer wired and lock-up garage.

Expressions of Interest Closing Thursday 18th November at 3.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 1.00 - 1.30pm Call Anthony Grimwade 0418 382 226 Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

CAULFIELD EAST 1/14 Queens Avenue Brand new freestanding designer town residence with light filled open plan living/dining area, polished timber floors, expansive decked outdoor entertaining area and Miele kitchen with stone surfaces and ’2 pac’ joinery. 3 generous bedrooms with large study, 2 bathrooms and additional powder room. Double glazing, heating/cooling and double garaging.

Auction Saturday 20th November at 10.30am (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 3.00 - 3.30pm & Saturday from 10.00am Call Lauren Croxford 0400 010 325 Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 Office 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

ALBERT PARK 56 Victoria Avenue Take this outstanding Victorian terrace and turn her into the Queen of Victoria Avenue. With northerly rear orientation, original features and soaring ceilings, this 3 bedroom solid brick home is positioned on a large block (247sqm approx) with excellent rear access via McFarlane Lane. Beautifully restored and refurbished, the property is ready to move in while you plan its transformation. Sophisticated living awaits with Victoria Avenue’s cafés and restaurants on your doorstep, Albert Park beach at the end of the road and the City a short tram ride away.

Auction Saturday 27th November at 1.30pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 12.30 - 1.00pm & Saturday 10.45 - 11.15am Call Nick Yannopoulos 0411 097 197 Natalie Byass 0416 079 993 Office 133 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park 9699 7222 rtedgar.com.au


PORT MELBOURNE 124 Stokes Street Beautifully renovated, this north-facing art deco home is rich in period detail and features original ceilings, fireplaces and stained-glass windows. Bathed in light and perfectly positioned to enjoy all Port Melbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s attractions yet tucked away in a private, quiet, cul-de-sac, this brick residence features 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms plus off-street parking making it a rare inner- city find. With Bay Street at the back door and the beach at the end of the road, this is the ultimate in chic Bayside living.

Auction Saturday 4th December at 1.30pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 1.15 - 1.45pm & Saturday 11.30 - 12.00pm Call Nick Yannopoulos 0411 097 197 Natalie Byass 0416 079 993 Office 133 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park 9699 7222 rtedgar.com.au

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

ELWOOD 384 - 386 Barkly Street Let your imagination run wild in this enormous family home on approximately 595 square metres. With a plum Elwood location and views to Point Ormond, this 5 bedroom 2 bathroom residence (master with ensuite) also features large formal lounge/ dining, television den/family room, spacious separate kitchen with walk in pantry, informal dining and generous separate laundry. Unique features include a sewing room with fold-out dressmakers table and study from the master bedroom. In addition; balcony, rear garage and car-port.

Auction Saturday 20th November at 1.30pm (Unless Sold Prior) View Wednesday 1.00 - 1.30pm & Saturday from 1.00pm Call Robert Marden 0412 381 841 Nick Yannopoulos 0411 097 197 Office 133 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park 9699 7222 rtedgar.com.au


MORNINGTON 19 Albert Street Mornington. An exquisite example of a Victorian Italianate Mansion of substantial proportions, circa 1890. Superbly restored to its former glory and retaining its period features this amazing property with tuckpointed polychrome brickwork offers 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 3 separate living zones. The home enjoys lovely Bay Views and is only a 2 minute walk to everything.

Expressions of Interest Closing Friday 26th November at 5.00pm View Thursday & Saturday 12.30 - 1.30pm Call Matt Vaughan 0419 844 009 John Styling 0403 093 922 Office 15 Main Street, Mornington 5977 2133 rtedgar.com.au

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TOORAK 5/83 Grange Road This stunning, light filled contemporary town residence offers spacious open plan living, private courtyards and views of the city skyline all moments to Toorak Village, The Yarra River, parklands and transport. Featuring: Secure entry, open plan kitchen, meals and living area, study, rooftop terrace with city views, master bedroom with ensuite, 2 further bedrooms opening onto large paved courtyard and garden, main bathroom and laundry, double lock up garage and abundant storage.

Auction View Call Office

Saturday 4th December at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday & Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm Karl Luff 0437 072 056 Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au


AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

ELWOOD 3/30A Ormond Road

PRAHRAN 38 Larnook Street

Architect-designed 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment in the St Bedeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church development featuring open plan living/dining, kitchen, landscaped courtyard (with Byrne Ave access) and underground parking. C-bus wiring, Gaggenau appliances, heat/cool and polished timber floors. Close to Ormond Village and Elwood beach.

Freestanding 1920â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brick home on a generous allotment of 420m2 approx. in a desirable Prahran East tree lined street, close to all amenities. 2 bedrooms, open plan kitchen with dining/living and separate formal sitting with open fire place. Ideal investment or new home site (STCA). Ample space for off street parking.

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Saturday 20th November at 3.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday 6.00 - 6.30pm & Saturday from 2.30pm Anthony Grimwade 0418 382 226 Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000

Saturday 27th November at 11.00am (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday & Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 Lauren Croxford 0400 010 325 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

SOLD PRIOR

SOUTH YARRA 8 Penny Lane

PORT MELBOURNE 145/95 Rouse Street

Striking, light filled 4 bedroom warehouse conversion by Daryl Jackson. Mixed use zoning, 8m frontage, garaging, courtyard garden, accommodation for a lift and only a short walk to Toorak Road, Chapel Street, transport and parklands. Note: Plans available for roof top extension and 4 car garaging.

Large open plan living with stunning bay views from this 14th floor apartment. Features European kitchen, 2 exquisite bathrooms, king size master bedroom, 2nd bedroom and study with 2 car parks. This prized HM@S development has all the resort facilities inc Concierge, pool, sauna, gym, tennis court and the best security.

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Saturday 27th November at 1.00pm (Unless Sold Prior) By Appointment Karl Luff 0437 072 056 Greg Herman 0411 473 307 10 Wallace Avenue, Toorak 9826 1000 rtedgar.com.au

Saturday 4th December at 11.30am (Unless Sold Prior) Wednesday 6.00 - 6.30pm & Saturday 2.30pm - 3.00pm Gerald Betts 0418 371 855 Natalie Byass 0416 079 996 133 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park 9699 7222 rtedgar.com.au


COLDSTREAM 84 Killara Road

MAIN RIDGE

“The Police Block”. A once in a lifetime opportunity. 115 acres of prime real estate situated on the immediate border of the Urban Growth Boundary. Rolling, cleared pasture land currently used for grazing, though would suit a variety of rural pursuits. A magnificent rural setting less than an hour from Melbourne CBD. The ideal property to develop with an eye to the future.

A country scene to tug at the heartstrings, this charming, well-maintained original cottage surrounded by abundant fruit & specimen trees is an authentic rural escape harking back to a bygone era. Built by the area’s first postman, the 2BR home on 2.5 acres offers hints of its art deco beginnings and limitless possibilities for its future.

Expressions of Interest Closing Thursday 2nd December at 5.00pm Call Andrew Houghton 0409 438 526 Mark Sutherland 0407 103 811 Office 1 - 3 Exeter Road, Croydon 9727 5300 rtedgar.com.au

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Sunday 5th December at 12.00pm Saturday & Sunday 12.00 - 12.30pm Meg Pell 0403 161 105 43 Cook Street, Flinders 5989 0599

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Prestige LifestyleAcres PLENTY

PLENTY VIEW ACRES Available for immediate sale these glorious one acre allotments amongst a neighbourhood of striking new homes on acre blocks offering a family investment not to be missed. Includes full services, sealed road access via River Avenue, views to Ranges and within easy drive to local schools at St Helena, Greensborough Shopping Centre and the Ring Road. Buy now on 10% deposit with ample time to finance and plan into the New Year.

SOLD

SOLD

Lot 8 4003m2

Lot 9 4017m2

Lot 10 4277m2

Lot 11 4005m2

Flexible settlement arrangements

Stamp duty savings

Ample time to finance & plan

Further details from selling agents

5 SOLD - 6 LOTS REMAINING SOLD Lot 4 4191m2

Lot 3 4004m2

SOLD

SOLD

Private Sale Price $700,000 - $830,000 Contact Graham Morrison 0417 101 997 Rocco Montanaro 0412 379 171 Office 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431 2444 Web morrisonkleeman.com.au


LOWER PLENTY 57 Rosehill Road LIFESTYLE EXCELLENCE ON THE YARRA Set on a superb 6½ acre allotment (approx) and with absolute Yarra River frontage, this substantial four bedroom, three bathroom home has been meticulously and sympathetically extended to blend the grand proportions and classic features of the 1930´s with contemporary comforts to ensure an exceptional indoor outdoor lifestyle. With a compelling combination of formal and informal living, spa and pool it affords exceptional living to be enjoyed by a privileged few.

HURSTBRIDGE 40 Hoebergin Lane ARTSHED HILLTIN Locally made mudbricks, Jarrah from the Axedale rail bridge and an abundance of recycled materials unite to provide a unique and substantial home that delivers exceptional family living and blends easily with the 18 acres of natural bush land on which it sits. A huge two-storey studio with home office is perfect for the pursuit of artistic endeavours. With spacious living, granite kitchen and spa bathroom it is currently utilized as a successful bed and breakfast With pool, paved entertainment areas and Eltham and Hurstbridge within easy reach, you´ll be proud to call this hideaway home. EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSE 8TH DECEMBER AT 5:00PM

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Private Sale Inspect Thursday 1:30 - 2:00pm Saturday 2:30 - 3:00pm ESR $2,000,000 - $2,200,000 Contact Graham Morrison 0417 101 997 Contact Rocco Montanaro 0412 379 171 Office 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431-2444

5 Expressions of Interest Inspect Saturday 12:30 - 1:00pm ESR $1,300,000 - $1,400,000 Contact Graham Morrison 0417 101 997 Contact Gayle Blackwood 0408 776 070 Office 968 Main Road, Eltham 9431-2444 Web propertyinprofile.com.au/40hoebergin

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AUCTION SATURDAY

Armadale 806 Malvern Road A SANCTUARY OF STYLE IN A PIVOTAL POSITION Behind charming gardens and a Federation era faç ade of evocative elegance, this outstanding home reveals five living spaces, five bedrooms, three bathrooms and substantial outdoor dimensions around a generous swimming pool. Refined music room, grand reception room, distinguished formal dining and sitting rooms retain all their period lustre yet remain entirely inviting from a contemporary perspective. Modern family living/meals and open-plan kitchen overlook the deep, delightful garden (1095m2 approx), also appreciated from a rear wing comprising additional living, its own bedroom and bathroom. Hydronic heating, garage, extra parking and 20,000L water storage. A significant family holding in an address that needs no introduction Auction: Saturday 20th November at 11.30am View: Thursday 12.00-12.30pm & Saturday from 11.00am Tim Derham 0438 332 844 Rob Vickers-Willis 0412 210 066

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AUCTION SATURDAY

Armadale 12 Munro Street ICONIC, ILLUSTRIOUS, IRRESISTIBLE A landmark residence, not only for its evocative period aesthetics, but also for the success with which classical elegance and contemporary luxury are balanced, this unique family residence enjoys a suitably sought after Armadale setting. Glorious, glamorous vaulted ceilings convey the rich heritage and romance of the era above formal sitting and dining rooms surrounded by a distinguished den or study, four bedrooms and three impressively appointed bathrooms. All day natural light and a designer kitchen with stone benches and Miele appliances enhance superb family living/informal dining areas above a charming landscaped backdrop. Off street parking, cellar and attic storage. Utterly unforgettable... Auction: Saturday 20th November at 12.30pm View: Wednesday 11.00-11.30am & Saturday from 12 noon Tim Derham 0438 332 844 Rob Vickers-Willis 0412 210 066

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Toorak 11 Rathmines Street Privleged Como Position An elevated, exclusive address enhances the impressive dimensions and designer style of this refined modern residence. Substantial entertaining areas convey distinctive elegance arranged around a spectacular central atrium. To the rear, northern natural light enhances luxuriously large living/dining areas and a contemporary Miele kitchen featuring dramatic dark granite surfaces. Downstairs study is a refined retreat. Upstairs, four superb bedrooms include majestic main suite with dressing room, sunny balcony and spectacular fully tiled spa bathroom. Sky-lit second bathroom. Private garden with gorgeous gas heated pool and spa forms a beautiful backdrop. Double garage, video security...beautiful style and consummate comfort throughout Private Thursday 2nd December at 6.30pm Auction:Auction: Thursday 2nd December at 6.30pm View: By Appointment Wed 5.30-6.00pm, Thur 1.00-1.30pm & Sat 2.00-2.30pm Jock Langley 0419 530 008 Andrew Harlock 0419 379 992 Lisa Jarrett 0408 053 623

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South Yarra 72 Park Street ´ Park Terrace´ Behind a Jack Merlo front garden, this fully renovated, faultlessly presented Victorian terrace balances classical and contemporary with conspicuous success. Evocative formal sitting and dining rooms lead to sky-lit family room/meals and superb kitchen in which granite bench-tops and a Paul Bocuse double oven create the perfect blend of form and function. Upstairs main suite with fabulous marble bathroom is reached by its own private staircase, zoned independently of three further bedrooms and beautifully appointed family bathroom. Precisely landscaped courtyards provide elegantly low-maintenance outdoor areas and convenient off-street parking in one of Melbourne´ s most highly regarded addresses. Auction: Saturday 4th December at 10.30am View: Thursday & Saturday 1.00-1.30pm Rob Vickers-Willis 0412 210 066 Kate Cusack 0434 423 866 Andrew Harlock 0419 379 992

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Balwyn 12 Knutsford Street First Class Family Credentials The success with which this enviably situated four bedroom, three bathroom home meets every modern family need is immediately apparent. Separate formal sitting and dining rooms lead to huge living/dining which achieves indoor-outdoor brilliance and incorporates an open-plan kitchen of consummate quality. Main bedroom with study/retreat, walk-in robes, ensuite and sublime courtyard is complemented by similarly luxurious second downstairs bedroom. Upstairs, two further bedrooms and modern bathroom surround generous children´ s living and sunny balcony. Glorious gardens include solar/gas heated pool and spa, 32,000L underground water tank and double garage behind automatic gates. Superb! Auction: Saturday 4th December at 1.30pm View: By Appointment Thursday 12-12.30pm & 5.30-6pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm Andrew Harlock 0419 379 992 Jock Langley 0419 530 008 Tim Derham 0438 332 844

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Toorak 4 Mathoura Road Style, Substance And A Sense Of Escape A front garden of irresistible romance and a two storey artist´s studio sanctuary in the former stables at the rear complement this substantial four bedroom, two bathroom home´s captivating surroundings. Offered for the first time in over 40 years, refined formal sitting and dining rooms set the mood for an elegant central study and large kitchen/meal overlooking inviting outdoor entertaining areas, the delightful artist´s studio and a double garage accessed from St John´s Lane. Impressive dimensions complement enticing options for updating/extending, STCA. A world of it´s own, moments from Hawksburn village. Land - 470 sqm approx.

Auction: Saturday 4th December at 11.30am View: Thursday 6-6.30pm & Saturday 2.30-3pm Rob Vickers-Willis 0412 210 066 Kate Cusack 0434 423 866 Tim Derham 0438 332 844

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HARKAWAY 58 Rowallan Avenue (Mel Ref: 109 J8) “Cottinglee” 8ha - Renowned Equestrian Property Cottinglee offers the ultimate in private, rural living. The property has been developed to blend a high quality residential environment with equestrian facilities matched to the needs of the most ardent enthusiast. The residence is protected by a cypress hedge and its siting allows views across the property to the Dandenong Ranges. An inground pool and mod grass tennis court are separated by an elevated sundeck. Its two levels include 4 bedrooms, 2 studies, generously proportioned living areas including formal lounge and dining room, family/rumpus room all arranged around the central hub, being the granite benched “chef’s” kitchen complete with commercial stainless steel range. A separate “manager’s residence” is located near the fully insulated 5 star stable complex with its 6 stalls, kitchen, shower, toilet and bunkroom. The manager’s residence is a brick one bedroom self contained cottage suited to either permanent occupancy/guest use or staff quarters. A 60 x 20 metre indoor riding arena is located, adjacent to an extensive grassed “warm up” area (also perfect for social activities, games etc), and an outdoor arena is positioned just beyond the pool and deck. Also featured are 12 x 6 metre machinery shed and a 9 x 6 metre truck shed. The property is divided into 15 heavy grass producing paddocks, well protected by mature hedges and serviced by an efficient laneway system. Stock water is via springfed dam (the home has a total supply of some 50,000 gallons). People who come to visit Cottinglee simply don’t want to leave. Its natural scenic beauty, wonderful gardens and wide open spaces make it a haven for children and adults alike. A range of excellent schools including St Margarets & Haileybury, both at nearby Berwick, are only minutes drive from the property, whilst a trip to Melbourne CBD is not too lengthy via the Monash Freeway or Wellington Road.

For Sale By Negotiation Peter Watson 0418 105 402

(03) 9707 6000

57 High Street, Berwick

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CAMBERWELL 18 Fairfield Avenue

A Lifestyle Investment! Situated in the coveted leafy Sunnyside Estate, the landscaped gardens of this superb allotment of some 8,500 square feet & the impressive façade of a totally transformed residence are indicative of the striking clean lined interior. Formal & informal living spaces & a dazzling kitchen capture abundant natural light & flow out to alfresco entertaining areas. 3 zoned bedrooms (master with en-suite) & stunning main bathroom are perfectly positioned, as are the large study, powder room & fitted laundry. Further heightened by double garaging, heating & air-conditioning, outstanding flooring & dÊcor, at the end of the day here is a home to enjoy!

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AUCTION

Sat 4th December at 1pm

ESR

Price On Application

INSPECT

Thur 12.30-1pm & Sat 1-1.45pm

CONTACT Debbie Silk 0417 105 667 David Gillham 0411 518 672 OFFICE

9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


CANTERBURY 169 Mont Albert Road

Premium Position On The Park In addition to its appealing 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom floorplan, this freshly presented family home enjoys the natural advantage of north facing rear aspects & direct access to the leafy expanses of John August Reserve. Such a sought after lifestyle element enhances great spaces including generous living & entertaining areas which precede a sunny central courtyard. To the rear, lightfilled family-room/meals accompanied by a stylish open plan kitchen appreciate outlooks over the garden to the park. Excellent upstairs & downstairs accommodation. Ducted heating & off-street parking add extra appeal close to prestigious schools - but it´s all about the park!

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AUCTION

Sat 4th December at 2pm

ESR

Price On Application

INSPECT

Thur & Sat 1-1.30pm

CONTACT Mark Pezzin 0403 537 105 David Gillham 0411 518 672 OFFICE

9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


BALWYN 337 Union Road

You Need To Look Within... Looks can be deceiving. You could be forgiven if you overlooked this stunningly original 3 BR BV Art Deco home, however once inside you´ll discover beautiful detailed ceilings, original stained American cedar woodwork, amazing garden vistas, views to the Dandenongs and incredible potential. THE most affordable opportunity to buy into Balwyn. Perfect for young families, investment or new home (Land 665 sqm approx). Close to Mont Albert Primary, Koonung Secondary College, Box Hill Central, Doncaster Shoppingtown and Balwyn East Shopping Centre. Transport, parks and Eastern freeway all close by.

AUCTION

Sat 27th November at 11am

ESR

$750,000 - $825,000

INSPECT

Thur 1-1.30pm & Sat 12.30-1pm

CONTACT Brett Philipp 0425 756 789 OFFICE

Michael Nolan 0418 546 118 9830 1644 - Balwyn 289 Whitehorse Road

AUCTION

Sat 4th December at 10am

ESR

$1,000,000 - $1,100,000

INSPECT

Thur 1.30-2pm & Sat 2.30-3.15pm

BALWYN NORTH 7 Columba Street

Superior Style, Lifestyle Advantage Incorporating light filled interiors and magnificent entertaining, just a short stroll from Koonung Creek trails and Freeway Golf Club. Interior spaces including wide entry hall, expansive open plan living and well-equipped CaesarStone and Miele Kitchen (walk in pantry). Four bedrooms include cleverly zoned downstairs main with WIRs and en suite and upstairs children´s domain with large rumpus. Outdoor an impressive undercover entertaining area seamlessly connects to indoor living spaces. High quality fittings include Daniel Robertson bricks, spotted gum floors, ducted heating/cooling/vacuum, security, and double garage with

CONTACT Mark Read 0402 215 841 OFFICE

Mark Rathgeber 0419 334 334 9830 1644 - Balwyn 289 Whitehorse Road

internal access.

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BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


BALWYN NORTH 31 Hood Street

Under Instruction From State Trustees Perfect Position, Positive Potential... A superb site gently elevated with preferred north facing rear and just 3 minutes walk to Balwyn High, North Balwyn Primary, Myrtle Park and Macleay parklands. Land: 16.45m x 38.70m = Total Site Area 636 sqm (approx). Ideal luxury new home site. Existing weatherboard home is in excellent presentation order and offers two huge bedrooms, large living, adjacent dining, well equipped kitchen and central bathroom. In remarkably sound condition and very well presented, it

AUCTION

Sat 27th November at 11am

ESR

$1,000,000 - $1,100,000

INSPECT

Thur 11-11.30am & Sat 11-11.45am

CONTACT James Bateman 0438 110 744 OFFICE

Michael Nolan 0418 546 118 9830 1644 - Balwyn 289 Whitehorse Road

AUCTION

Sat 27th November at 11am

ESR

Price On Application

INSPECT

Thur & Sat 1-1.30pm

offers excellent opportunity for interim income.

CAMBERWELL 46 Cooloongatta Road

Premium Family Position A Californian Bungalow of significant beauty, this 3 bedroom classic is complemented by a corner address of exceptional appeal. Light filled living room, large central kitchen/meals, charming sunroom retreat & huge family room/dining spaces are kept constantly comfortable by ducted heating & reverse cycle cooling. Outside, an entertaining deck enjoys the natural advantage of northerly aspects & is surrounded by established gardens, with 3000L water tank & tandem carport accessed from Doonkuna Avenue. Delightful today, this instantly engaging home allows for the addition of contemporary touches at your leisure to ensure

CONTACT Helga Fialides 0411 631 200 OFFICE

Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

sustained family success.

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BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


CAMBERWELL 12 Green Street

Finest Family Living! No expense has been spared on the superb renovation & extension of this 1930´s family residence in an outstanding location close to parkland, Riversdale Road tram & Through Road Village. The exceptionally spacious accommodation features 4 double bedrooms, generous formal & informal zones highlighted by original art deco details (OFPs, ornate ceilings) & an architecturally contemporary family room. The beautifully appointed granite & timber kitchen overlooks an elevated Jarrah deck & professionally landscaped gardens. Also features a new ensuite/powder room, 2nd family bathroom, generous storage including attic, gas

AUCTION

Sat 20th November at 12pm

ESR

Price On Application

INSPECT

Thur 1-1.30pm & Sat from 11.30am

CONTACT Geoff Inglis 0418 177 794 OFFICE

Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

AUCTION

Sat 4th December at 2pm

ESR

$880,000 - $950,000

INSPECT

Thur 5.45-6.15pm/Sat 1.30-2pm/Sun 1.15-1.45pm

ducted heating, quality fittings & refrigerated air-conditioning.

CAMBERWELL 2/13 Halley Avenue

Stunning Design Success Highly sought after (separate title with no shared facilities), this light-filled modern home´s genuine single level spaces - there are no steps - include large central living/dining areas featuring polished floors, integrated surround sound in a vaulted ceiling & a wall of windows overlooking superb fully decked outdoor entertaining areas. An open plan kitchen with the best from Nobel & Bosch also overlooks the beautifully private backdrop capturing brilliant northern light. Main bdrm with WIR’s & ensuite enjoys its own zone, distinct from a 2nd dble bdrm overlooking additional private c’yard, central bthrm & 3rd bdrm. Duct heat, refrig air

CONTACT Tony Doh 0419 316 676 OFFICE

Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 9885 3333 - Glen Iris 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Rd)

con, security system, auto gates & internal access to oversized double garage. Close to everything that Camberwell has to offer.

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BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


CAMBERWELL 11 Matlock Street

Under Instructions From State Trustees The deep, north facing outdoor dimensions at the rear of this freestanding Victorian add to the impetus for renovating & extending (STCA), in a rewarding location close to Maling Road´s charming village & Riversdale station. Basic current day spaces include 2 bedrooms, older style bathroom, original living room & a corner kitchen that confirms immediate readiness for renewal. An assortment of sheds & out-buildings in the garden demonstrate its size while off street parking in front is an added attraction. Extend, expand & update entirely - a project with loads of promise!

AUCTION

Sat 27th November at 2pm

ESR

Price On Application

INSPECT

Thur 11.45am-12.15pm & Sat 12-12.30pm

LAND

24ft 5.5 inches x 140ft (8m x 46m) approx.

CONTACT Debbie Silk 0417 105 667 OFFICE

Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

AUCTION

Sat 27th November at 12pm

ESR

Price On Application

INSPECT

Thur 11-11.30am & Sat 11-11.45am

CAMBERWELL 133 Through Road

Benchmark Contemporary Quality The concept of low-maintenance luxury is exquisitely expressed throughout the light-filled 4 bedroom floorplan of this refined contemporary residence. Two downstairs living areas, a large dining domain & an open plan kitchen featuring stone benches & European appliances are complemented by designer decking & an attractively landscaped garden backdrop. A main bedroom with walk-in robes & opulent fully-tiled spa bath ensuite is intelligently zoned downstairs, distinct from 3 upstairs bedrooms, 2 with study retreats, 1 with a sunny balcony. Superb 2nd bathroom serves in style. Heating/cooling, ducted vacuum, integrated

CONTACT Debbie Silk 0417 105 667 OFFICE

David Gillham 0411 518 672 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

speakers, double garage ...all the creature comforts!

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BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


EAGLEMONT 62A Durham Street

Perfect Parkside Paradise Privately positioned, this beautifully constructed and maintained residence provides instant low-maintenance appeal in sought Albert Jones Reserve precinct. Leadlight entry introduces classical interiors including generous formal lounge and open-plan living and dining spaces opening to attractive landscaped courtyard and alfresco, covered for year round entertaining. Well-equipped granite kitchen boasts breakfast bench and pantry. 3 beautiful bedrooms include downstairs main with ensuite and WIRs. Versatile upstairs study/rumpus. Features powder room, family bathroom, sep WC, fitted laundry, ducted heating, ducted cooling

AUCTION

Sat 20th November at 12pm

ESR

$1,050,000 - $1,150,000

INSPECT

Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat from 11.30am

CONTACT John Bradbury 0413 772 778 OFFICE

Michael Nolan 0418 546 118 9830 1644 - Balwyn 289 Whitehorse Road

AUCTION

Sat 20th November at 12pm

ESR

$950,000 - $1,030,000

INSPECT

Thur 1-1.30pm & Sat 11.30am-12 noon

and double garage.

GLEN IRIS 1 Dent Street

Perfect Blank Canvas! Charming c1938 spaces on a deep, wide allotment featuring some 825sqm with a street frontage in excess of 20m starts to explain why it is 52 years since this inviting solid brick home was last sold. Other reasons for this three bedroom residence´s enduring success include its leafy proximity to Darling station, Glen Iris Primary School and the recreation options of Gardiner Creek parkland. Bright living (OFP) and dining areas are complemented by a sky-lit central kitchen. Rear sunroom enjoys garden aspects. 4 car carport. Great land size with options to build a spectacular new dream home or re-develop up to possibly three

CONTACT Tony Doh 0419 316 676 OFFICE

Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 9885 3333 - Glen Iris 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Rd)

units (STCA) in a highly sought after tree-lined location - superb future to match a successful family history.

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BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


GLEN IRIS 66 Gardiner Parade

Family Perfection Achieved! Stunning to look, sensational to live in! This unique family home sets benchmark luxury levels throughout a fabulous five bedroom, three bathroom floorplan. Refined formal lounge and huge living/dining areas are served by a central kitchen equipped with broad benches and abundant storage. Five double bedrooms include a majestic upstairs main suite featuring huge light-filled retreat, romantic balcony, opulent spa bathroom and dressing room, with dedicated shoe salon. Outdoors, the quality is confirmed by elegantly low-maintenance entertaining areas arranged around a sublime gas heated plunge pool with swim spa. Ducted heating. Double carport. All in a desirable address!

AUCTION

Sat 4th December at 11am

ESR

$1,500,000 - $1,600,000

INSPECT

Thur 2-2.30pm & Sat 1-1.30pm

LAND

21.3m x 30.5m (70’ x 100’) approx

CONTACT Michael Millington 0411 300 205 OFFICE

Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 9885 3333 - Glen Iris 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Rd)

AUCTION

Sat 4th December at 12pm

ESR

$1,400,000 - $1,500,000

INSPECT

Wed 5.30-6pm & Sat 3-3.30pm

GLEN IRIS 21 Peace Street

LAND - The Rarest of Resources! This property (18.3m x 57.9m approx) provides an abundant supply of real estate´s key resource - LAND. Exceptional development potential for a spectacular new home site or multi unit opportunity in a setting expected of a Glen Iris address! A quiet non-thoroughfare that concludes with leafy access to bike paths & Gardiners Creek parkland creates an ideal context for giving this outstanding allotment its next lease of life. Offered for the 1st time in several generations, the serviceable spaces of the 2 bdrm home, with updated kitchen, can be lived in or leased out while plans are completed for a superb new family residence

CONTACT Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 OFFICE

Michael Millington 0411 300 205 9885 3333 - Glen Iris 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Rd)

with lifestyle spaces for pool & tennis court or quality t’houses. An address, & a block, that deserve the best & provides it all.

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BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


KEW 170 Princess Street

Planning Permit for 9 Apartments Development site of 890sqm with stamped, approved plans ready to go! A brilliant design of a boutique block of 9 spacious apartments in contemporary style with ample balconies/outdoor area and underground parking. In sought after premier Eastern suburbs location only 6km to CBD, handy to Eastern Freeway, shops, transport & Yarra River Parklands and trails. Builder/ developers and ultimately investors and owner occupiers will relish the

AUCTION

Sat 4th December at 2pm

INSPECT

by appointment

CONTACT John Cokalis 0411 184 124 OFFICE

James Scoones 0413 872 558 9817 4535 - Kew 150 Cotham Road

AUCTION

Sat 4th December at 1pm

ESR

$960,000 - $1,050,000

INSPECT

Thur 1-1.30pm & Sat 12-12.30pm

LAND

15.24m x 45.72m (50’ x 150’) 697sqm

opportunity. Land: 18.29m x 48.64m (60’x185’) approx.

MALVERN EAST 24 Wilmot Street

Prized Proximity To Ardrie Park The fact that charming Ardrie Park lies at the end of the street helps explain why this three bedroom classical period home (circa 1923) has been in the same hands for over 60 years. Other, equally relevant reasons are all about its inviting, extended spaces and substantial garden allotment. Bright formal living room featuring open fireplace is complemented by generous family room/meals proportions and a well planned kitchen. Ducted heating throughout. Established north easterly garden and side drive off street parking highlight land size that invites further update/extension scope. Alternatively, consider new home or development site possibilities in a position of first class quality.

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CONTACT Michael Millington 0411 300 205 OFFICE

Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 9885 3333 - Glen Iris 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Rd)

BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


MONT ALBERT 629 Whitehorse Road

Prominent Position, Powerful Opportunity Set on a generous 971 sqm (approx) corner block, this rare Art Deco residence presents fabulous options for renovation, extension, residential redevelopment or display home (STCA) just metres from shops/restaurants and 109 tram. Gracious proportions enjoying period character offer comfortable family living or excellent consulting suits adaptability. Formal living and dining, 3 bedrooms (x2 BIRs), large kitchen/ meals, sitting, sunroom. Deep northerly rear garden, carport, multiple OSP via Smythe Avenue. Land: 22.8m x 42.5m (approx). NOTE: Single Dwelling Covenant.

AUCTION

Sat 20th November at 2pm

ESR

$1,250,000 - $1,350,000

INSPECT

Thur 2-2.30pm & Sat from 1.30pm

CONTACT Brett Philipp 0425 756 789 OFFICE

ASHBURTON 1/10 Johnston Street

ASHWOOD 1 Kennett Street

Significant Single Level Status

A Victorian Of Significant Status

This substantial single level home, 1 of only 2, offers impressive, impeccably maintained original spaces only moments from High St shops. Large living/dining & similarly spacious kitchen/meals appreciate outlooks over an established front garden. Three bedrooms (BIR’s) are arranged around a sky-lit central bathroom, its convenience confirmed by a separate laundry. Intercom system, GDH & DLUG.

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AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT OFFICE

Sat 27th November at 1pm $770,000 - $830,000 Thur 3-3.30pm & Sat 12-12.45pm Rowan Walters 0433 103 102 Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

Original Victorian, elegantly understated & widely admired home´s 3 bdrm, 2 bthrm floorplan feats beautiful stained glass windows thr’out charming proportions beneath soaring ceilings. Large open plan kitchen overlooks private rear garden enhanced by studio/home office & a fig tree which produced Melbourne Show prize winning fruit for 17yrs! Landmark property in a pivotal position!

Mark Rathgeber 0419 334 334 9830 1644 - Balwyn 289 Whitehorse Road

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT OFFICE

Sat 20th November at 1pm $740,000 - $790,000 Thur 2-2.30pm & Sat 12.30-1pm Julie Kingshott 0413 569 643 Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 9885 3333 - Glen Iris 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Road)

BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


ASHWOOD 13 Reid Street

BALWYN NORTH 7/1078 Burke Road

Instantly Engaging!

Style, Status, Single Level

Elevated, inviting & advantaged by ntherly rear orientation, this 3 bdrm, 2 bthrm home reveals a significant sense of style throughout captivating spaces. Polished flrs enhance generous lounge, central kitchen & accomp living/dining area & entertain deck that makes the most of sunny rear aspects. On the cusp of Ashburton, in a quiet setting with Gardiners Crk at the end of the street!

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT OFFICE

Sat 20th November at 2pm $650,000 - $710,000 Wed 12-12.30pm & Sat 1.30-2pm Michael Millington 0411 300 205 Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 9885 3333 - Glen Iris 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Road)

One of only eight, this bright single level two bedroom unit reveals immaculate originality throughout. Northerly aspects ensure all day natural light graces generous living, sunny dining/third bedroom and spacious kitchen/meals. Central bathroom with heated towel rail, separate laundry. Ducted heating. Rear courtyard. Car-port. Set back from Burke Road, directly opposite Stradbroke Park.

AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT OFFICE

BALWYN NORTH 19 Sweyn Street

BALWYN NORTH 47 Yeneda Street

Original Appeal with Tremendous Possibilities

Single Level Lifestyle Excellence

Proudly positioned on an elevated corner allotment of 732sqm approx, this home has been lovingly maintained by one family since 1961 and is now poised for its next chapter, new home site or redevelopment, STCA. Living & dining room, kitchen/ meals and 3 BRS, 2 featuring BIRs, central bathroom. Carport and garage via Clifton Street. Close to Koonung Creek trails, Belmore Plaza.

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AUCTION ESR INSPECT CONTACT OFFICE

Sat 27th November at 12.30pm $750,000 - $820,000 Thur & Sat 1.30-2pm John Cokalis 0411 184 124 James Soones 0413 872 558 9817 4535 - Kew 150 Cotham Road

Immaculate town residence close to Balwyn East Vilalge presents spacious, light filled proportions for perfect low maintenance living & entertaining. Comprises generous sitting/dining, well appointed kitchen with informal meals, 2 bedrooms, main with WIR/ semi ensuite to principle bathroom. Features powder room, intercom entry, dctd htng, split A/C, remote garage & OSP.

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Sat 27th November at 2pm $500,000 - $550,000 Thur & Sat 10-10.30am Mark Read 0402 215 841 Mark Rathgeber 0419 334 334 9830 1644 - Balwyn 289 Whitehorse Road

Sat 27th November at 10am $600,000 - $650,000 Thur & Sat 11.30am-12 noon Mark Read 0402 215 841 Mark Rathgeber 0419 334 334 9830 1644 - Balwyn 289 Whitehorse Road

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BLACKBURN 5 Larch Street

BURWOOD 25 Parer Street

3 Powerful Words....Picturesque, Polished, Prestige

Position and Potential!

Sensational 4 BR family home showcases lifestyle delights with its picturesque gardens plus a flowing and visually appealing interior. Entry, elegant living room, well appointed kitchen/meals/family room, study, contemporary bathroom. Modern features: large/impressive alfresco sanctuary, cooling/heating, alarm, water tanks and auto garage.

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Sat 27th November at 1pm $890,000 - $950,000 Thur 5.30-6pm & Sat 11.30am-12 noon Rohan Calder 0422 256 948 Troy Sheehan 0417 243 900 9877 1855 - Blackburn 67-69 Railway Road

A superb opportunity to secure this elevated allotment of 696 sqm (approx) in a 1st class location with access to PLC, Toorak Rd tram & within mins to Deakin Uni & local shopping. Located in one of Burwood´s premier streets & with a much favoured western rear orientation, this property provides the astute buyer a blank canvas to create a new family home or as an excellent development site (STCA).

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BURWOOD 2B Patterson Avenue

CAMBERWELL 1 Beech Street

Single Level Style on Wattle Park

Comfort, Potential & Period Charm

Elegantly landscaped surroundings are matched by the quality of this light-filled contemporary home, only 5 years old, on its own title & adjacent to Wattle Park. Luxuriously large living/dining & an open plan kit featuring S/S apps open to courtyard expanses. Main bdrm (WIR & ensuite), 2 further bdrms share a generous 2nd bthrm & sep laundry. GDH & cooling, sec system & DLUG.

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Sat 4th December at 12pm Price On Application Thur 2.15-2.45pm & Sat 12-12.30pm Andrew De Angelis 0402 039 342 Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

Meticulously maintained 5 room, 1920‘s timber home delightfully presented but with potential to further improve/extend given the large allotment of 692 sqm approx. Other feat: GDH, period over mantles, double carport with remote & security system. Ideal for those seeking comfortable family living with the convenience of train, tram schools & shopping all within easy reach.

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Sat 4th December at 11am Price On Application Thur 1.30-2pm & Sat 12.45-1.15pm 15.24m x 45.72m (50’ x 150 ) approx. Andrew De Angelis 0402 039 342 Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

Sat 20th November at 2pm $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 Thur 12-12.30 & Sat from 1.30 Geoff Inglis 0418 177 794 Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Rd

BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


CAMBERWELL 1/571 Camberwell Road

CAMBERWELL 1/1016 Toorak Road

Start In Style, Invest With Integrity

What Potential!!!!

The independence of its own frontage enhances the appeal of this classically comfortable 2 bedroom villa, 1 of 3. Features living/dining & sep kitchen/meals, low maintenance courtyard backdrop, sep laundry completes impeccably maintained, easily updated spaces, further complemented by DLUG. Trams, Hartwell station & parkland provide ideal surroundings for an outstanding investment!

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Sat 4th December at 3pm Price On Application Thur 2.45-3.15pm & Sat 10-10.30am Geoff Inglis 0418 177 794 David Gillham 0411 518 672 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

Totally original this older style villa has the bonus of its own street entry & spacious & private front courtyard garden. Comprising entry, large living/ dining, kitchen/meals, bathroom, 2 bedrooms (BIR´s), private rear courtyard & SLUG. Will appeal to those seeking to buy in Camberwell & are prepared to do some "homework". Definitely a potential blue chip.

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CARNEGIE 7A McLaurin Road

CHADSTONE 2/32 Melinga Crescent

Roomier Than You Think!

Parkland - The Perfect Backdrop!

UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM STATE TRUSTEES Captivating and spacious 3 BR unit with pleasing street appeal combined with the delightful alfresco retreat. Comprising lounge-dining room, up to date kitchen-meals-family room, includes main BR with full ensuite & modern bathroom. Features: G.D htg and auto garage (internal access). Low maintenance block approx 312m2 walk to rail + shops.

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Sat 4th December at 11am Price On Application Thur 4.30-5pm & Sat 12.30-1pm Bob Steventon 0417 394 832 Troy Sheehan 0417 243 900 9877 1855 - Blackburn 67-69 Railway Road

In addition to enjoying the natural asset of northerly rear aspects, this stylish single level 3 bdrm home also appreciates the unique advantages of direct access to Jordan Reserve! Such a setting enhances inviting spaces in a boutique context of only 2. Bright living featuring parquetry floors & R/C heating/ cooling is complemented by sunny kit/din that opens to U/C outdoor areas. GDH throughout. Carport.

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Sat 4th December at 12pm Price On Application Thur 11-11.30am & Sat 3.45-4.15pm Geoff Inglis 0418 177 794 David Gillham 0411 518 672 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

Sat 20th November at 11am Price On Application Thur 11.45am-12.15pm & Sat from 10.30am Mark Pezzin 0403 537 105 Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


GLEN IRIS 6/36-38 Osborne Avenue

HAWTHORN EAST 9/17 Auburn Grove

Excellence Made Easy

Freshly Refurbished, Perfectly Positioned

Set back from the street, this light-filled 2 bdrm, 2 bthrm unit is 1 of only 8. Polished floors convey character & quality & complement north-facing living/ dining & a study space easily returned to its original role as a 3rd bdrm. Generous kitchen/meals leads to lush, leafy c’yard. Duct heat thr’out & single garage. Enjoyment &/or investment success certain close to Gardiner station, trams & Malvern Rd´s café precinct.

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Sat 27th November at 11am $590,000 - $650,000 Thur 12-12.30pm & Sat 11-11.30am Michael Millington 0411 300 205 Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 9885 3333 - Glen Iris 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Road)

The large spaces of this 1st floor 2 bdrm apt reveal the benefits of refurbishment throughout. Leafy garden outlooks greet the generous balcony which accompanies a large living/dining area, sep kit/meals, polished floors, new carpets, GH, bthrm (laundry fac), sep WC & u/cover car space. Close to Swinburne Uni, Camberwell Junction & complements lifestyle &/or investment appeal alike!

HAWTHORN EAST 1/126 Rathmines Road

KEW 2/44 Grandview Terrace

Quality Investment Context

Just Completed, Just Perfect!

Northern light fills the generous living/dining area of this ground floor apt close to the Swinburne campus, Auburn village & transport. Stylish timber floors & an accompanying kit ensure convenience & comfort are matched. Large main bdrm with study space or retreat is complemented by 2nd bdrm & an original central bthrm with sep W/C. Sec entrance & allocated undercover off street parking.

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Sat 4th December at 11am Price On Application Thur & Sat 12-12.30pm Helga Fialides 0411 631 200 David Gillham 0411 518 672 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

Privately positioned rear (1 of 2) residence offers impressive proportions and natural light from its favoured northern orientation. CaesarStone kitchen accompanies bright open-plan living and dining spaces that open to a manageable garden and inviting covered terrace. Study and two BR’s with BIRs share a tiled bathroom. Features security system, heating/cooling, shed and garage.

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Sat 4th December at 10am Price On Application Thur 12.30-1pm & Sat 11-11.30am Andrew De Angelis 0402 039 342 David Gillham 0411 518 672 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

Sat 27th November at 10.30am $670,000 - $730,000 Thur & Sat 11.30am-12 noon John Cokalis 0411 184 124 James Scoones 0413 872 558 9817 4535 - Kew 150 Cotham Road

BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


MALVERN EAST 11 Mountfield Avenue

MALVERN EAST 101/313 Wavereley Road

Under Instruction From State Trustees

Invest In A Long Term Return In An Excellent Location

Originality & a nth facing rear garden create an uncomplicated opportunity to renovate/extend this 2 bdrm classic & make the most of its convenient proximity to Holmesglen TAFE & transport. Entirely untouched spaces incl living & adjoining dining areas leading to sep kitchen that reflects the ideas of its era. Sunroom/study. Side drive to garage. Opportunity to update or consider new home site.

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Sat 20th November at 11am $700,000 - $770,000 Thur 1-1.30pm & Sat 10.30-11am Alex Voronin 0411 507 028 Karl Fitch 0418 371 343 9885 3333 - Glen Iris 1509 High St (Cnr Malvern Road)

Perfectly positioned this student accomm apartment is managed by Student Housing Australia & offers excellent long term investment potential. Leased until 20/1/2011, it is currently returning $12,516 approx 9% (gross). This studio feats kitchenette, sep bathrm & its own private balcony. NOTE: Property restricted to student accomm only & is not suitable for general vacant possession.

SOUTH YARRA 1/40 Howitt Street

SURREY HILLS 1/27 Chestnut Street

Simply Irresistable!

Super Smart Start

Occupying the entire ground floor in an Art Deco block, this thoroughly renovated 1930´s apartment presents fabulously. Features include 2 alfresco courtyards. Comprises 2 DBRs (BIRs, x1 ensuite), open plan living/ dining (OFP) with Smeg appointed kitchen, principle bathroom (laundry facilities). Storage room, remote garage via McKillop Street.

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Sat 27th November at 2.30pm $750,000 - $800,000 Thur 6-6.30pm & Sat 12.30-1pm James Scoones 0413 872 558 Tabitha Bradbury 0435 757 414 9817 4535 - Kew 150 Cotham Road

Transformed by an intelligent reno, this appealing front home delivers impressive proportions, lightfilled interiors & a manageable garden allotment. Big, bright spaces include generous living equipped with home cinema & surround sound, separate dining & modern kitchen. 3 bedrooms include huge main with built-in robes & 2nd with ensuite, main bathroom (spa & double vanity). Close to Deakin Uni & PLC.

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Sat 4th December at 11am $130,000 - $140,000 Thur 3-3.30pm & Sat 2-2.30pm Dominik Hlavacek 0404 685 519 Brett Philipp 0425 756 789 9830 1644 - Balwyn 289 Whitehorse Road

Sat 27th November at 11am Price On Application Thur 2-2.30pm & Sat 1-1.45pm Rowan Walters 0433 103 102 Geoff Hall 0419 006 488 9809 2000 - Camberwell 883 Toorak Road

BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535


SURREY HILLS 32 Croydon Road

SURREY HILLS 226 Mont Albert Road

Californian Classic - In Coveted Croydon Road

LAND AND OPPORTUNITY

In a brilliant position, with an architect designed extension over two levels, comps fml living, kitchen/ meals area, 4 BRs (3 plus study), 2 bathrms, family room opening to large private timber deck, lndry & 3rd toilet. Feats: polished Baltic floors & dctd htng.

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Outstanding position just mins to Maling Rd, Union Rd Village & Canterbury/Chatham stations. Superb Wide Frontage: 16.76m.

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Sat 20th November at 11am $1,200,000 - $1,300,000 Thur 11-11.30am & Sat from 10.30am 638 sqm (approx) Brett Philipp 0425 756 789 Michael Nolan 0418 546 118 9830 1644 - Balwyn 289 Whitehorse Road

Rare offering of a new home site in this beautifully established area. The present house will probably go, so a new & bright future awaits. The buyer will have the potential to build a new family home [STCA], or build a house for resale to the strong market keen to

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purchase close to Private Schools. Ideally located for Chatham Station, Maling Road Shopping, cafes & parklands.

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Saturday 27th November at 1pm $550,000 - $600,000 Thursday & Saturday 12-12.45pm Andrew Ryan 0419 685 555 Ted Shackleton 0412 341 122 9899 6466 - Box Hill 532 Station Street

BALWYN 9830 1644 CAMBERWELL 9809 2000 GLEN IRIS 9885 3333 KEW 9817 4535

GlEnburn (ViA YArrA GlEn) 820 Break O’Day Road Erimbali Homestead – 50 Acres of Paradise Time for that all too elusive tree change? Then you must experience Erimbali Homestead. Just over an hour from Melbourne and set on approx. 50 acres, the renovated family home is surrounded by a botanical wonderland with a seasonal stream that runs through the property. The home exhibits contemporary styling, while subtly retaining that classic country ambience. Each of the 5 large bedrooms overlook a pocket of the garden, while the formal lounge with its traditional fireplace, sep formal dining room, open plan living and huge family room offer a place for every occasion. Tennis court, IG pool – the lifestyle benefits are endless! Auction View Office Price Contact

Sunday 28th November at 2.30pm Thur 4-4.30pm and Sat 1-1.30pm 9874 3355 Above $880,000 Anthony Webb 0408 578 771


Grand openinG 27th of november

stunning Brand new 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom garden residences from $445,000 Synonymous with spectacular tree-lined streets, elegant homes, colourful public gardens, up market shopping, fine dining and vibrant cafés, Malvern is undoubtedly one of Melbourne’s most prestigious and best-located suburbs. Now it’s also home to a boutique residential development of unparalleled quality and ambition – Malvern Hill. To live here, in your choice of spacious and exquisitely designed one, two or three bedroom residences, is to experience all the advantages and attractions of this blue-chip neighbourhood, with a host of exclusive added amenities including air-conditioning and basement security car parking. 10% deposit, balance late 2012. Significant stamp duty savings apply.

Tim Brown 0417 766 778 Cynthia O’Gorman 0407 766 324

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9/15 Shakespeare Grove

A U SA C T TU ION RD T A H IS Y

Auction: Saturday 4 December at 11.00am

Position, Proportions and Perspective Situated in one of Hawthorn’s best streets among some of Melbourne’s finest homes that enjoy the Yarra River, public transport, parks and schools, is this beautifully renovated spacious first floor 3 bedroom apartment. Positioned at the very front of “Hathaway Close”, the apartment comprises 2 large bedrooms (BIRs), brand new kitchen with Caesarstone benchtops, generous lounge/dining with leafy outlooks & stylish bathroom with separate WC. Enjoy the delights of Shakespeare Grove from the large west facing balcony, accessible from the lounge & both bedrooms. Independent of the main apartment & boasting a separate entrance, is the third bedroom or study with its own ensuite bathroom & laundry facilities. Other features include secure lock-up garage, ducted heating & cooling & quality fixtures & fittings.

MONT ALBERT 32 High Street Inspect Thursday 3.00 – 3.30pm Saturday 2.45 – 3.15pm SMS 112 081 581 to 0428 796 786 to receive photos and details on your mobile (standard charges apply)

Syd Sherrin 0418 530 452 Tim Maher 0414 212 290 30 Errol St, North Melbourne

9328 1213

Offered for the first time in just over 50 years and enhanced by a location delivering the convenience of the tram at one end of the street, the train at the other and Box Hill within walking distance, this Californian bungalow presents comfortable now living with exciting renovation and extension possibilities for the future.

278 High Street, Kew

AUCTION

This Saturday at 11 am Guide $850,000 to $900,000

INSPECT

Thursday 1-1:30 pm & Saturday 10:30-11 am

LAND

740 sqm

CONTACT

Bruce Bonnett 0418 333 042 & Nick Whyte 0417 131 153

9854 8888

mclaren.com.au


A U SA CTI TU ON RD T A H IS Y

A U SA CTI TU ON RD T A H IS Y

KEW 6/60 Princess Street

KEW 2/18 Rossfield Avenue

Recently renovated, this spacious apartment comprises three bedrooms (two with BIRs), large living/dining, balcony, kitchen with s/s oven & dishwasher, bathroom with European laundry & separate toilet. Also offers split system a/c, polished floors, security entrance & undercover parking. Set at the rear of the building a short walk to Kew Junction.

AUCTION

This Saturday at 12:30 pm Guide $480,000 to $525,000

INSPECT

Thursday & Saturday 12-12:30 pm

CONTACT Nick Whyte 0417 131 153 &

Bruce Bonnett 0418 333 042

Superbly located in the heart of Kew just 300m to MLC, an easy walk to transport & shops. This elevated, ground floor apartment comprises three bedrooms, BIRs, spacious living room, sunny balcony, bathroom & two toilets, kitchen/meals area & car space. A well presented property for the owner occupier or investor providing excellent returns.

AUCTION

This Saturday at 2:30 pm

INSPECT

Thursday 5:30-6 pm & Saturday 2-2:30 pm

CONTACT Bruce Bonnett 0418 333 042 &

Nick Whyte 0417 131 153

WINDSOR 37 McIlwrick Street “Cavan Villa” Circa 1885

AUCTION

Freestanding Victorian home with a classic Hawthorn brick faç ade only 100 m to Chapel Street. Presented in clean comfortable order with scope for future renovations (STCA), comprising arched hall, two bedrooms, lounge, galley style kitchen, study/third bedroom, older style laundry, bathroom & generous sized north facing rear yard. Other features include towering 3.7 m ceilings (12 feet), iron lacework, blue stone foundations, gas heating & access to rear yard via sideway. In all, a classic well maintained Victorian home with fantastic scope for future improvements.

278 High Street, Kew

9854 8888

Saturday 27th November at 11 am Guide $780,000 to $850,000

INSPECT

Thursday & Saturday 1-1:30 pm

LAND

7 x 36 m approx. (252 sqm approx.)

CONTACT Nick Whyte 0417 131 153 &

Bruce Bonnett 0418 333 042

mclaren.com.au


278 High Street, Kew 9854 8888


TOORAK 4 Devorgilla Avenue Inspired Town Residence Offering the finest in quality fixtures, fittings and inbuilt furnishings within stylish and sophisticated interior spaces, this impressive Neo-Georgian inspired residence, central to Malvern and Toorak Roads, delivers luxurious low maintenance living in arguably one of the areas most sought after pockets. The bright and airy entry hall enhanced by 3 metre ceilings links the relaxing north facing courtyard at the front of the residence with a glass enclosed courtyard to the rear; introducing an abundance of natural light throughout. An expansive informal living area with gas log fire is over looked by a gourmet kitchen showcasing Smeg appliances set in granite benches atop gloss finished cabinetry. Exceptional proportions continue throughout the formal living room, perfect for relaxing or entertaining and two generously proportioned bedrooms, one boasting marble ensuite, the other using bathroom of commensurate quality and size. A huge laundry with built in cabinetry and garage with internal access add to the appeal of this prestigiously positioned property.

AUCTION

Saturday 4th December at 11 am

INSPECT

Thursday & Saturday 2-2:30 pm

LAND

361 sqm approx.

CONTACT Nick Whyte 0417 131 153 & Doug McLaren 0408 333 041

mclaren.com.au


KEW 182 Cotham Road (Corner of Belmont Avenue) Fabulous Family Living & Entertaining Circa 1888 double fronted boom style Victorian successfully blending classical elegance & contemporary luxury in a

AUCTION

Saturday 4th December at 2 pm

INSPECT

Wednesday 12-12:30 pm,

sought after location. Comprising four bedrooms (main with ensuite & WIR), formal lounge with marble fireplace,

Thursday 6:30-7 pm &

family bathroom, expansive open plan living/dining room, gourmet kitchen with s/s European appliances, outdoor

Saturday 2-2:30 pm

entertaining area, low maintenance garden & garage with entry off Belmont Ave. The home features Baltic pine floors, wide central hallway with magnificent archway, pressed metal features, leadlight & decorative cornice, soaring

CONTACT Nick Whyte 0417 131 153 &

Doug McLaren 0408 333 041

12ft ceilings, hydronic heating & split system a/c. In all, a home to admire & fall in love with.

278 High Street, Kew

9854 8888

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MALVERN EAST 1-4/1 Bates Street Four of the Best, to be Sold as a Whole

AUCTION

Thursday 9th December at 2 pm

INSPECT

Thursday & Saturday 12-12:30 pm

opportunity to separate, renovate & resell (STCA) or hold as a superb long term investment. Currently returning

LAND

895 sqm approx.

$73,824 per annum all apartments are on month to month leases. Each apartment comprises entrance, lounge,

CONTACT Nick Whyte 0417 131 153 &

A rare opportunity to purchase 4 x two bedroom 1930´s deco style apartments, currently on one title with the

separate dining room, separate kitchen, two bedrooms, older style bathroom and lock up garage. Set in a beautiful

Doug McLaren 0408 333 041

tree lined street with easy access to city train, shops, cafes and Monash University.

278 High Street, Kew

9854 8888

mclaren.com.au


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EUREKA TOWER

ONE UNBEATABLE POSITION ONE ENTIRE FLOOR ONE EXCLUSIVE OPPORTUNITY

The chance to own the highest residence in the Southern Hemisphere comes around but once. The entire 87th floor of the Eureka Tower is now available. Design and create your own living masterpiece within a huge 550 square metres. The property features breathtaking 360 degree views over Melbourne, 8 secure car parks, as well as a suggested floor plan from renowned interior designers, Carr Design Group. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss this exclusive opportunity. Expressions of interest close Friday 17th December (if not sold prior). Call Greg Hocking on 0418 329 961 or Georgina Dakdouk on 0424 155 547.

72 Bridport St. Albert Park 8644 5500 greghocking.com.au


3-5 Rimington Avenue - KEW A consummate entertainer, this sensational home delivers the ultimate family lifestyle with resort-style saltwater pool, floodlit north-south tennis court and luxurious 2 storey Club-house (Guest wing, Home Office, Studio and lavish Games room/bar) to perfectly satisfy a range of exciting multi-age living and entertaining arrangements. Beautifully positioned on 2 Titles in a quiet nook amidst the finest quality schools, trams and shops, this exceptional home features easy flowing

formal, casual and family zones all opening to stylish pool and courtside terraces for effortless indoor/outdoor entertaining. Lavishly proportioned and luxuriously appointed, this wonderful home features a clever user-friendly design flaunting wide-ranging views from all Living areas that span the poolside terrace, picturesque tennis court, swimming pool to the Club-house beyond. A stunning home for all generations.


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Stylish formal Living (OFP), Dining (bar) to U/C terrace Casual OP Living/Dining (Blanco/granite Kitchen), large Familyroom 5 big Bedrooms (main/WIRs/spa-ensuite), Teen Living, 2 further bathrooms Club-house (with 6th Bedroom, Office, Studio, Games room/bar, bathroom) Easy-care gardens surrounding pool/courtside terraces Heating/cooling/security, double remote garage (internal access)

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 1pm Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 2.30-3pm Irreg 1,202 sq. metres (12,938 sq. ft) approx. Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 Lewien Gallus 0418 343 908 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


17 Chanak Street - MALVERN EAST Offered for only the second time, this thoroughly charming c.1902 residence is poised to enter its next exciting chapter. Renovate/ extend (STCA) its comfortably presented floorplan, taking advantage of a northerly rear aspect and wonderfully appealing heritage character just a short walk from Malvern Primary School, Central Park and Caulfield Station. Features 3 principle rooms (x2 OFPs) currently configured as 2 Bedrooms plus Living/ Dining, traditional Kitchen/ Meals, tiled bathroom. Established garden, single garage, large workshop/ storage via rear ROW.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 2pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 1.15-1.45pm 10.9m x 42.7m (36â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 140â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx Adam Cashmore 0407 077 113 Nadine Roberts 0408 960 082 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


65 Wheatland Road - MALVERN Positioned in a lovely tree-lined street close to leading independent schools, Malvern Primary, shops, tram & train, this stunning home reveals well-zoned spaces & easy-flowing entertainment areas stretching north to lush garden surrounds. With sweeping staircase Foyer to formal Living & elegant Dining rooms, huge granite Kitchen/OP Living & Recreation domain to decked garden/DLUG via ROW, 4 large Bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIRs/spa-ensuite), HomeOffice/5th Bedroom (external access), Teen Living, 3 marble Bathrooms, heat/cool/ intercom security, auto-gates/OSP. Landscaped gardens fully irrigated with dripolators.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 12noon Thursday 12-12.30pm, 6-6.30pm & Saturday 1-1.45pm 15.2m x 38.1m (50â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 125â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx Charles Boyd 0402 275 485 Steven Abbott 0407 324 240 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


210 Belmore Road - BALWYN Sunlight floods this contemporary home designed for a relaxing family living/entertaining lifestyle in Balwyn High zone near Boroondara Sports Complex, Gordon Barnard Reserve, shops and bus. Set privately behind high-walled garden with Woods St access, it features handcrafted timber doors and windows, flowing Living zones to 2 al fresco decks and waterfeatured tropical north gardens, 4 Bedrooms (BIRs, main/dressingroom/spa-ensuite), Study/5th Bedroom, stunning Euro/granite Kitchen, 2 marble bathrooms, heat/cool, video Intercom/ security, remote garage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 1.00pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm Irreg 602 sq. metres (6,480 sq. ft) approx. Peter Dixon 0403 062 220 Trish Dixon 0411 555 650 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


La nd ap : 9 pr 1 3 ox sq . m 3 Millah Road - BALWYN Brilliantly adaptable spaces suiting a range of family dynamics distinguish this lovely 1920´s home on sizeable land only metres to Balwyn Park, Fintona, shops and city tram. The tasteful evolution of this comfortable home incorporates 5 spacious Bedrooms, large Study, elegant formal Living (OFP), Dining (OFP), Euro double-oven and Miele dishwasher in central Kitchen, expansive sunny Meals and Recreation zone, Familyroom, 2 large bathrooms and in-ground salt pool amidst secluded gardens. With heating, carport and scope to update/redevelop (STCA).

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 3pm Wednesday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 2.30pm 15.8m x 57.8m (51’ x 190’) approx. Campbell Ward 0402 124 939 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


27 Kalonga Road - BALWYN NORTH Portraying a striking sandstone façade, this brilliant architect designed home blends State-ofthe-Art luxury and sleek designer style resulting in an exceptional easy-care environment. In a leafy pocket near Belmore Village, bus, bike/walking trails and freeway, this sophisticated home features sublime granite/Smeg Kitchen/OP Living zones with cafÊ-style doors to lushly surrounded deck and BBQ terrace, 3 double Bedrooms (BIRs, main/ensuite), Study nook, stunning bathroom, powder room, heating/cooling/vacuum, gated/Intercom, alarm, DLUG.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 12noon Thursday 5.30-6pm & Saturday 2.15-2.45pm Irreg 274 sq. metres (2,949 sq. ft) approx. Richard James 0408 751 189 Jenny Gillies 0419 008 512 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


22 Maylands Avenue - BALWYN NORTH This grand family residence has been impressively designed to provide luxurious contemporary living with elegant alfresco entertaining amidst an easily managed, northerly landscaped garden. Flawless presentation and refined appointments complement a substantial floorplan. Formal Sitting and Dining, Family Living/ Dining with granite gourmet Kitchen, Study or 5th Bedroom (ensuite/ WIR), downstairs Main Bedroom (fitted WIR/ ensuite). Upstairs, 3 further Bedrooms (BIRs), Teen Living (balcony), large family bathroom. Intercom entry, remote double garage, secure OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact

Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 1pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 12.30pm 15.24m x 41.45m (50â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 136â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx. William Chen 0438 383 336 Jin Shang 0412 530 178 Richard James 0408 751 189 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


42 Woodville Street - BALWYN NORTH Perfect from a family perspective, this striking 3-level contemporary residence is just 3 years old and offers impressive proportions, quality appointments and a sought after Balwyn High School zoned address. Entry level reveals inviting Formal Lounge, Caesar Stone Kitchen and open-plan Living/Dining with bi-fold doors to a northerly oriented entertaining terrace plus powder room. Main Bedroom enjoys ensuite and private balcony. 3 further bedrooms upstairs, one with ensuite. Family bathroom, Lower-level cellar, laundry (chute) and double garage/ workshop.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 11am Thursday 2.15-2.45pm & Saturday 3.15-3.45pm Irreg 458 sq. metres (4,930 sq. ft) approx. Patrick Dennis 0409 321 159 Richard James 0408 751 189 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


19 Oakdale Avenue - BALWYN Commanding a premier position overlooking Belmont Park, this substantial 1930´s home showcases all the splendid hallmarks of the Streamline Art Deco era throughout a gently updated layout offering a wonderful family environment amidst eminent schools, tram & shops. Warm timber floors throughout Foyer, 4 Bedrooms, Study/5th Bed, formal Living (OFP), Dining (bar), Library, Kitchen/Meals (WI pantry) & huge Family room open to enchanting gardens. Vintage deco Bathroom, 2nd Bathroom, powder room, hydronic heating, ample OSP. Scope to further modernize in a prime family locale with current approved Planning Permits.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 2pm Wednesday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 12-12.45pm 19.8m x 42.6m (65’ x 140’) Steven Abbott 0407 324 240 Robert Macpherson 0420 947 151 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


16 Percy Street - BALWYN Overlooking a magnificent multi award-winning garden complete with recycled hardwood teahouse, tranquil cascade and pond; this luxurious domain sets a breathtaking new benchmark for superior indoor/outdoor living and entertaining in the Balwyn High School zone. Close to shopping, parklands, trams, cinema and independent schools. Boasts 4 robed Bedrooms (luxury parents´ retreat), fine Lounge and Dining area, upstairs Livingroom, Family/ Meals area, gas log heaters, huge Home Theatre, stunning gourmet Kitchen, 3 bathrooms, deck, auto gates/DLUG.

Expressions of Interest Closing Monday 29th November at 5pm Inspect Strictly by appointment Thursday 2-2.30 & 7.30-8pm, Saturday 2.30-3pm Land 15.24m x 47.55m (50´ x 156´) approx. Contact William Chen 0438 383 336 Richard James 0408 751 189 Office 9831 2800 Visit jelliscraig.com.au


33 Yongala Street - BALWYN A magnificent statement in French Provincial grandeur with space and luxury reigning supreme, this executive masterpiece offers exemplary living in Balwyn High zone near shops, tram, bus and parks. Handcrafted to exacting standards with an uncompromised attitude to appointment, this sun-filled abode features 5 deluxe marble ensuite Bedrooms (WIRs), Study, grand formal domain, Stone/Miele Kitchen (2nd Kitchen) and stunning OP zone to north terrace/generous night-lit garden. Huge Teen Retreat, powder room, climate control, security, auto-gates/double garage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 12noon Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 11.30am 15.2m x 50.3m (50â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 165â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx. William Chen 0438 383 336 Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


11 Surrey Street - BOX HILL SOUTH The recently completed renovation of this 1920´s period home has impressively transformed its charming origins into a beautifully stylish, contemporary living environment just minutes from sought after family lifestyle amenities. A wonderfully flexible floorplan arranged around a central hallway features Formal Sitting/ Parent´s Retreat, 4 Bedrooms (Main OFP, WIR, ensuite, x2 BIRs), substantial open plan Living/ Dining with CaesarStone entertainer´s Kitchen (WIP) opening to alfresco deck, dining courtyard, deep northerly rear garden. Large family bathroom, multiple OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 11am Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday from 10.30am 15.2m x 47.5m (50’ x 156’) approx. Simon Lord 0407 337 557 Richard James 0408 751 189 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


7 Ilma Court - BULLEEN Grandeur by the river reflecting the opulence of a bygone era is magnificently expressed in this luxurious American-inspired residence gracing the head of an exclusive cul-de-sac while abutting Yarra Flats Park. Boasting bushland views to the horizon and complete privacy only minutes to the city; this grand modern entertainer is craftsman built and features fine imported finishes and antiques. Affords 4 Bedrooms, 2 Studies, 4 bathrooms, formal Lounge (marble OFP), Dining, Miele Kitchen/Meals, Familyroom, Entertainment zone, cellar, terraces, alfresco Kitchen, pool, circular drive, auto gates and triple LUG. Close to shops and Marcellin College.

Expressions of Interest Closing 3rd December at 5pm Inspect By Appointment Land Irreg 1,770 sq. metres (19,050 sq. ft) approx. Contact Richard James 0408 751 189 William Chen 0438 383 336 Office 9831 2800 Visit jelliscraig.com.au


29 Inglesby Road - CAMBERWELL Wonderful proportions, stylish updates and lovely decked garden make a compelling combination in this semi-detached Edwardian offering an easy-to-manage lifestyle on the vibrant edge of the Junction near OLV and Camberwell Primary Schools. An immaculate home featuring timber floors and garden outlooks, 3 huge Bedrooms (main/WIRs/ensuite), elegant formal Living, flawless OP Miele/Stone Kitchen, spacious Living and Dining zone to night-lit deck/pretty garden. With bathroom, heating/cooling, 3 OFPs, 2300 lt tank, auto tandem carport, roller storage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 1pm Thursday 1-1.30 & 6.30- 7pm, Saturday 11.30am-12noon 11.6m x 43.9m (38´ x 144´) approx. Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 Michael Wood 0425 280 191 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


25 Spencer Road - CAMBERWELL An enchanting Edwardian brimming with character and occupying sizeable land so that exciting scope for renovation/extension complements a highly-coveted location near Maling Rd, Riversdale Park/Outer Circle Trail, schools, train, tram and Junction. Baltic floors, roseadorned ceilings and updated open plan zone offer a highly efficient environment whilst huge, lushly surrounded lawns set a perfect scene for future expansion (STCA). Spacious formal Living (Bay window), 3 Bedrooms, stylish bathroom, modern Kitchen/Meals, 3 OFPs, security, carport/OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 11am Wednesday 10.45-11.15am & Saturday from 10.30am 18.5m x 42.6m (61´ x 140´) approx. Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


35 Logan Street - CANTERBURY Brilliantly designed to encapsulate the essence of contemporary luxury, this stunning Edwardian home offers an indulgent lifestyle with substantial space and exemplary quality. With a classic façade befitting the prime Maling precinct this exceptional 4 Bedroom/3 bathroom & powder room home has been innovatively styled with rich Oak and imported stone finishes. With fitted Study, formal and Teen zones, flawless Euro Kitchen/Butler´s Pantry and vast OP zone to decked al fresco Kitchen and salt waterfall pool amidst landscaped oasis. Wine cellar, security, double remote garage plus off street parking.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 2pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1.30-2pm Irreg 818 sq. metres (8,809 sq. ft) approx. Peter Batrouney 0419 005 236 Campbell Ward 0402 124 939 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


40 Matlock Street - CANTERBURY This stunning low maintenance residence optimizes style & sophistication in the exclusive Maling precinct near train, tram & boutiques. A superb abode with an air of contemporary elegance through 3 double Bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIRs/ensuite), Study, sun-filled formal Living, stylish flowing OP zone (Miele/Stone Kitchen/WI pantry) & big Separate Den/informal Living room; all open to bluestone entertainment terrace & soothing landscaped garden. Features include powder room, gas fire, hydronic heating, cooling, video security, DLUG.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 1pm Wednesday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 1-1.45pm Steven Abbott 0407 324 240 Robert Macpherson 0420 947 151 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


5 Oberon Avenue - HAWTHORN EAST Tucked in a quiet cul-de-sac, this captivatingly warm and welcoming Victorian home conveys great classic character, contemporary comfort and deceptively spacious Living zones. A glorious garden oasis offers a sun-filled easy-care lifestyle. It features 4 large Bedrooms (2/ BIRs, 2/OFPs), 2 bathrooms, formal and sun-filled north facing informal living and dining rooms. Other features include a granite kitchen, central heating, security, storage and double rear carport. Close to Camberwell Junction, transport and select schools.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 10.30am Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 12.30-1pm Irreg 509 sq. metres (5,479 sq. ft) approx. Peter Batrouney 0419 005 236 Campbell Ward 0402 124 939 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


Fr 2 S on tre ta et ge s 15 Hambledon Road - HAWTHORN Set amidst luxuriant garden oasis, this superb European-inspired home features space and privacy beyond expectation and glorious Italian stone terraces for effortless living/entertaining. With an exclusive address metres to Yarra, exceptional schools and transport and rear remote garage via Fairview St, this distinctive home features large Living (OFP) and Dining domains extending north to lush environs, 3 Bedrooms (huge Parent´s Retreat/"his and hers" WIRs/ ensuite), Office/Study, spacious Kitchen, bathroom, powder room, security, ample storage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 12noon Thursday & Saturday 2-2.30pm 15.3m x 33.4m (50’ x 108’) approx. Tim Picken 0419 305 802 Michael Hingston 0412 922 488 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


19 Morang Road - HAWTHORN Resplendent with character and classic proportion, this lovely brick Edwardian offers a relaxed, quality lifestyle in an outstanding pocket with tram, train, shops and Yarra banks all within metres. The priceless convenience of easy 2-car ROW access complements this splendid home featuring leadlight Entrance, magnificent "wedding cake" hallway, 2 huge Bedrooms (OFPs, 1/ BIRs), 3rd Bedroom/Study, exquisite Living (OFP) overlooking beautiful garden deck, Dining, modern Kitchen, bathroom, 2nd WC/shower, security, remote garage and 2nd roller/OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 1pm Thursday 2.15-2.45pm & Saturday 3-3.30pm 8.5m x 47.2m (28´ x 155´) approx. Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


36 Swinburne Avenue - HAWTHORN Gracing a prominent corner property within the Urquhart Estate, this splendid solid brick Californian bungalow displays abundant heritage character combined with modern conveniences for impressive family living. Former home to author and psychologist Ronald Conway; this distinguished residence stands near Glenferrie Road, leading schools, parks and transport affording ducted heating, 4 Bedrooms (upstairs retreat), spacious Sittingroom, Loungeroom, family Meals, Livingroom, Kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, 3 bathrooms, deck, manageable gardens and carport.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 12noon Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 10.45-11.15am Irreg 608 sq. metres (6,544 sq. ft) approx. Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 Michael Wood 0425 280 191 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


5 Warringal Place / 118 Banksia Street - HEIDELBERG Offered as one, an exceptional opportunity on 2 Titles encompassing almost ½ an acre of premier surroundings on 2 street frontages! This magnificent family sanctuary features a substantial, double storey residence with solar heated pool, tennis court, fully self contained single dwelling (2nd Title) offering separate access from Banksia Street. Formal Living and Dining, 4 Bedrooms (BIRs/ balconies, Main WIR/ ensuite, patio), fitted Study, Family Living/ Dining with Corian Kitchen, Study/ Rumpus (terrace), Conservatory Dining (wet bar). Hydronic slab floor floor heating, remote double carport/ OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 11am Thursday 5-5.30pm & Saturday 10-10.45am 1,958 sqm (21,069 sq ft) approx Liz Walker 0412 659 140 David Oster 0418 800 120 9490 2900 jelliscraig.com.au


9 Nyorie Court - IVANHOE Offered for the first time since constructed c1962 by architect Kenneth Argent, this residence sits on an impressive 4877sqm (approx) allotment boasting extraordinary 96m river frontage in a tightly held cul-de-sac. Powerful possibilities exist for contemporary revival or future landmark status utilising its expansive site dimensions for an unparalleled prestige home or 3 townhouses STCA. Interiors include expansive Living/Dining with deck, Family room, huge Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and ensuite. Walking tracks to Wilson Reserve and Golf Links.

Auction Inspect Land Contact

Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 3pm Wednesday 5.30-6pm & Saturday from 2.30pm 4,877 sqm (52,496 sq ft) approx Liz Walker 0412 659 140 Anthony Lapadula 0401 655 005 David Oster 0418 800 120 9490 2900 jelliscraig.com.au


59 Argyle Road - KEW An impressive, 18 metre frontage, generous Spanish Mission proportions and elevated, panoramic northern views to the Yarra Ranges. Harness these compelling credentials in a position of prestige with your spectacular renovation/ extension or redevelopment (STCA) of this 1930´s family residence. Beautiful decorative ceilings and traditional character enhance an immediately comfortable floorplan close to leading schools, transport, parkland. Formal Sitting (OFP) and Dining, Living/ Dining, modern Kitchen, 3 double Bedrooms (BIRs). Garage/ storage, multiple OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact

Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 2.30pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm 18.6m x 44.6m (61´ x 146´) approx. Tim Picken 0419 305 802 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 Michael Hingston 0412 922 488 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


20 Barrington Avenue - KEW An impressive street presence on the crest of a prestigious avenue enhances the enviable lifestyle allure of this refined 4 Bedroom, 2 bathroom c1930 residence positioned moments to leading private schools, trams, parkland and High Street shopping. This beautifully presented Californian bungalow represents a blue chip family lifestyle opportunity on a superbly landscaped allotment including elegant formal rooms, casual Living/Meals, premium Gaggenau/Miele Kitchen, subterranean raintanks and irrigation system.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 2pm Thursday & Saturday 1-1.30pm 18m x 42.4 (60â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 136.6â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx. Steve Burke 0448 331 653 Maree Keel 0438 828 582 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


54 Hartwood Street - KEW EAST Deceptive and understated, presenting elegant light-filled interiors and a highly regarded location define this beautifully presented, single-level residence. Manicured gardens introduce refined interiors including 3 beautiful Bedrooms, main with ensuite/WIRs, Study, inviting Formal Lounge with Jetmaster OFP, elegant Formal Diningroom and expansive Informal Living and Dining spaces accompanied by a fully-equipped CaesarStone Kitchen. An internal atrium and delightful courtyard ensure al fresco dining and entertaining success. Powder room, security, auto garage with attic storage. Close to public transport & schools.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 12.30pm Thursday 11.15-11.45am & 6.30-7pm, Saturday 10.45-11.15am 9.15m x 45.72m (30´ x 150´) approx. Patrick Dennis 0409 321 159 Danielle O´Callaghan 0418 376 903 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


7 Eamon Court - KEW/STUDLEY PARK Iconic 1960´s home of significant architectural appeal enhanced by an innovative and imaginative renovation/extension, boasts a highly privileged Studley Park cul-de-sac address with intriguing terraced garden and uninterrupted parkland views. Fluid Living and Entertaining spaces arranged over two levels include expansive entry level with balcony, substantial lower-level extending to the garden and huge granite/GAGGENAU Kitchen. Study plus 4 Bedrooms, main ensuite/WIRs, Playroom/potential 5th Bedroom. 2 family bathrooms, powder room. Exceptional in every way!

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 1pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 3.15-3.45pm Irreg 1,057 sq. metres (11,377 sq. ft) approx. Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 Nick Elmore 0438 599 938 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


22A Fellows Street - KEW A distinguished air and marvellous established garden embrace this charming family residence boasting Barry Street frontage in prestigious Studley Park. Enjoyed for its period character, light-filled interior and functional floorplan; the next generation will be impressed by this generous home´s current-day comfort and potential on a north rear allotment near private schools, Kew Junction, transport, Yarra parklands, and EastLink. Offers 4 Bedrooms, BIRs, views, Study, 2 bathrooms, Sittingroom/Library (OFP), Livingroom (OFP), Dining, timber Kitchen, sunny deck, double carport.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 11am Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday from 10.30am Irreg 520 sq. metres (5,597 sq. ft) approx. Greg Toogood 0418 385 440 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


123 Pakington Street - KEW An inspiring statement in architectural brilliance near Junction, transport and freeway, this Award Winning John Wardle home showcases streamlined contemporary design where gallery-style spaces and streaming sunlight create dramatic interplay amidst Japanese-inspired garden surrounds. Comprising stylish formal Living open to al fresco deck, sleek timber-lined Kitchen/Meals cantilevered to sizeable Familyroom and flanked by north terrace and spacious garden. With 3 double Bedrooms (main/ensuite), Study, 2nd bathroom, heating/cooling, double carport.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 1pm Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 10-10.30am 13.72m x 48.48m (45´ x 159´) approx. Patrick Dennis 0409 321 159 Danielle O´Callaghan 0418 376 903 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


2 Segtoune Street - KEW A picture of contemporary grandeur, this magnificent home combines executive luxury and volumes of space for the ultimate family lifestyle. With Victoria Park, Kew Junction, elite schools and freeway nearby, this remarkable home flaunts a multi-zoned layout of elegant formal, vast casual and upper Teen areas complementing 5 Bedrooms (WIRs, main exquisitely detailed with freestanding spa-ensuite), ground 6th Bedroom/Study (ensuite), gourmet Kitchen, quality bathrooms/powder room, cellar, all-weather entertainment deck, landscaped surrounds, double remote garage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 11am Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 2.30-3pm 14m x 36m (46´ x 120´) approx. Daniel Bradd 0411 347 511 Richard Spratt 0412 493 189 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


116 Stanhope Street - MALVERN This attractive Edwardian combining beautiful character & contemporary style for outstanding living near schools, transport & boutiques. Sitting amidst sculptured gardens, it showcases elaborate ceilings, ornate OFPs & superb leadlighting through grand refined formal rooms preceding light filled open plan living domain opening to private alfresco terrace & mod-grass rear garden. This brilliant family residence also comprises 5 Bedrooms (main/WIRs/ensuite), Exec Study, 2 further bathrooms, stunning Euro Kitchen/Butler’s Pantry & large Family/casual Dining area, separate upstairs children´s retreat heating/cooling, double remote carport.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 11.00am Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday from 10.30am 20.5m x 40.3m (66’ x 132’) approx. Zali Booker 0422 576 049 Paul Keane 0419 330 571 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


22 Black Street - MONT ALBERT With past, present and future appeal, this handsome 1930´s home offers a wonderful family lifestyle in a location that balances quiet privacy with access to train, Hamilton St cafes, tram and excellent schools. There´s ample scope to extend in a delightful character-filled home unfolding to stylishly paved garden terraces (wood fired pizza oven). With polished timber floors, graceful formal Living and Dining rooms (OFPs), 3 large Bedrooms (BIRs), 2 stylish bathrooms, updated Kitchen, hydronic heating, double remote garage plus 3rd OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Co Agent Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 1pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 1.30-2pm 20m x 36.6m (67’ x 120’) approx. Daniel Bradd 0411 347 511 Judy Norton 0411 759 977 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


12/143 Parker Street - TEMPLESTOWE This impeccably finished penthouse apartment above Templestowe Village shops, restaurants & community facilities, presents superbly stylish living & entertaining against a breathtaking valley panorama that includes the CBD skyline & magnificent Yarra River parkland. One of only three on the top floor, 2 large alfresco terraces enhance open plan Living/ Dining with superior granite/ Bosch Kitchen, 2 Bedrooms (BIRs), each with ensuite access to spa bathroom, Study Nook, powder room, Euro laundry. Reverse cycle heating/air con, video intercom entry, secure lift/ basement parking x2, storage room, visitor parking. Minutes to transport, Eastern Fwy.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 3pm By Appointment Simon Lord 0407 337 557 Richard James 0408 751 189 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


2/17 Inverness Avenue - ARMADALE A fabulous sun drenched paved courtyard & decked outdoor entertaining/living area introduces this bright, fully renovated townhouse, an oasis in the middle of one of Melbourne’s most sought after areas. Within walking distance to High St & Glenferrie Rd with trams, parks & Armadale Station close by. Upstairs Main features a sublime fully-tiled, sky-lit ensuite, with 2 further Bedrooms, central Bathroom, renovated Kitchen & light filled Living/Dining areas. Cleverly integrated under-stairs storage, reverse cycle heat/cool, double glazing & 2 x OSP.

23 Donald Street - ASHBURTON Overlooking Gardiners Creek & Darling Park is the magnificent setting for this double storey character-filled artist´s residence offered for only the 2nd time since construction c1950. Exceptional options exist for immediate enjoyment, luxury new home site/re-development (STCA). Interiors brimful of natural light include Living room, contemporary Kitchen/Meals, Studio/Sunroom & Home Office extending to the deep rear garden. 3 upstairs Bedrooms (1 with ensuite & 1 with WIR), + separate fully self-contained apartment & huge elevated deck.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 3.30pm Thursday 3-3.30pm & Saturday from 3pm Charles Boyd 0402 275 485 Kevin O’Brien 0447 008 000 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 27th November at 11am Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 2-2.45pm Irreg. 1,052 sq. m (10,500 sq. ft) approx. Damien Davis 0409 961 264 Talia Tomaino 0409 138 474 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


2/26 Barnsbury Road - BALWYN Gain premium entry into a Blue-Chip pocket with this lovely triple-fronted unit facing nth in an immaculate group near 109 tram, cafes, schools & Anniversary Trail. With a generous flow of light-flooded Living areas, this single-level home provides a 1st class low-maintenance lifestyle also perfect for those seeking a spacious scale-down option with sun-trapped Living, Dining & stylish OP Kitchen, 3 double Bedrooms (2/excellent BIRs), sparkling bathroom (sep 2nd WC), laundry & private garden. With heating/cooling, external awnings, remote garage (storage).

21 King Street - BALWYN Even the world-weary condition of this 1940´s brick home can´t disguise the enormous promise of its sizeable allotment, high position on a picturesque street & proximity to primary & secondary schools, trams, bus & parklands. The existing 6 room/3 Bedroom home & SC Bungalow are almost past their use-by-date but exciting Plans & Permits have been approved for 2 State-of-the-Art townhouses making the most this brilliant position. Alternatively, start afresh & create your own family masterpiece in a lovely tree-lined location (STCA).

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 1pm Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 27th November at 10am Thursday 3-3.30pm & Saturday 3.30-4pm 20m x 50m (66’ x 165’) approx. Daniel Bradd 0411 347 511 Anthony Lapadula 0401 655 005 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


7 Lydia Court - BALWYN Delightfully presented & basking in the finest cul-de-sac setting adjoining prestigious Reid Estate near exceptional schooling, tram & Balwyn Village, this charming 1960s home is elegantly awaiting its next enthralling chapter. Picturesque gardens encircle this comfortable home ensuring seclusion for any future renovation/2nd storey or possible new home (STCA). With spacious formal Living/Dining (OFP) to pretty garden terrace, 3 large BRs (BIRs, main/ ensuite), 4th Bedroom/Study, pristine Kitchen, bathroom, heating, security & double garage.

2A Buchanan Avenue - BALWYN NORTH Boasting a sought after position in the Balwyn High School zone, this 10 year old double storey home offers classically elegant, spacious interiors and a manageable courtyard garden providing low-maintenance appeal. Expansive Formal Sitting and Dining domain precedes stylish Kitchen and Informal Living spaces that open to wrap around courtyard, ideal for indooroutdoor entertaining. 4 generous Bedrooms include main with ensuite/WIRs, 2 bathrooms. Upstairs Rumpus adds further flexibility. Features heating/cooling, alarm, double garage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 12noon Wednesday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 4-4.30pm 18.3m x 38.1m (60´ x 125´) approx. Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 27th November at 11am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 12.15-12.45pm Patrick Dennis 0409 321 159 Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


53 Bulleen Road - BALWYN NORTH An Aquila Street entry introduces engaging 1940´s character, brilliantly transformed into a chic executive lifestyle environment for simply fabulous contemporary family living & entertaining. A free flowing floorplan highlighted by abundant natural light, spacious proportions & superior finishes enjoys generous alfresco entertaining amidst a low maintenance garden with water feature. Open plan Living/ Dining (OFP), CaesarStone/ Blanco Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms (BIRs, Main ensuite), Study/4th Bedroom, stone family bathroom. Remote double garage.

29 Helston Street - BALWYN NORTH An elevated position in the highly-regarded Balwyn High zone featuring lovely treetop views has provided over 35 yrs of family appeal for the house-proud owners of this elegant 1960s home near Koonung Creek Reserve, shops, fwy & Shoppingtown. Offering comfort & versatility with 4 BRs (BIRs, main/large WIRs/ens), leafy vistas from spac Living, Dining & newly upstyled Kitchen/Meals (quality appliances, soft-close cabinetry), lower level Rumpus/Home Office (external access), heating/cooling, double remote garage/storage & pretty garden surrounds.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 3pm Wednesday 11.30am-12noon & Saturday 3-3.30pm 481 sq. metres (5,177 sq. ft) approx. Jenny Gillies 0419 008 512 Robert Ding 0418 858 393 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 4th December at 12noon Thursday 2-2.30pm & Saturday 2.15-2.45pm Irreg 619 sq. metres (6,663 sq. ft) approx. Robert Ding 0418 858 393 Katherine Ding 0408 858 940 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


16 Hillview Road - BALWYN NORTH Whatever the future holds for this 1960s classic, some things remain unchanged. The elevated position comes with northern ranges views & easy proximity to restaurants, buses, Yarra parklands & schools (zoned for popular Balwyn High) plus speedy CBD/freeway. Comprises huge Living, large Dining, 3/4 big BRs (main/ens), Kitchen/Meals & big Sunroom/Gamesroom overlooking leafy garden setting lending itself to renovation/2nd storey or redevelopment magnifying the already scenic vistas. With heating, easy circular driveway to double garage.

11a Millicent Avenue - BALWYN NORTH The essence of family sophistication encapsulated in a stunning low-maintenance package, this outstanding new townhouse radiates comfort and superb quality throughout every contemporary space. An emphasis on security, alfresco entertaining complement a quiet and convenient position in the Balwyn High zone moments to shops, parks, freeway and trams. Boasts 3 Bedrooms (downstairs main ensuite/WIR)., Lounge, cooling/heating, Livingroom, Dining to alfresco, gourmet Kitchen, bath/powder rooms, auto DLUG.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 2pm Wednesday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 2.30-3pm Irreg 662 sq. metres (7,126 sq. ft) approx. Patrick Dennis 0409 321 159 Peter Dixon 0403 062 220 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 27th November at 2.30pm Thursday 11-11.30am & 6-6.30pm, Saturday 1.30-2pm 303 sq. metres (3,261 sq. ft) approx. Diana Healy 0418 314 433 Patrick Dennis 0409 321 159 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


60 Viewhill Road - BALWYN NORTH Boasting a sought after Balwyn High School zoning, this substantial family home has been transformed by a just completed renovation offering zoned formal & informal living spaces, generous accommodation & entertaining terrace with northerly orientation. Light-filled, openplan interiors include Formal Lounge room with bay window, adjoining Formal Diningroom, contemporary Kitchen/Informal Dining (ILVE/Blanco) & spacious Casual Livingroom. 3 generous Bedrooms plus 4th Bedroom/Study include main with modern ensuite & WIRs. Double garage.

3/2 Mersey Street - BOX HILL NORTH A secluded & sun-drenched courtyard garden & huge entertainment deck provide the perfect complement to the outstanding contemporary renovations to this stylish single-level villa unit featuring remote-control garage. Conveniently situated close to shopping, parks, transport & hospital; this stunning low-maintenance home & investment includes 2 double Bedrooms (main WIR), Study, open-plan Living & Dining to deck, excellent Smeg-equipped stone Kitchen, fabulous bathroom & laundry area, ducted heating/cooling & polished hardwood floors.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 12noon Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm 18m x 40.8m (59â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 134â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx. Jenny Gillies 0419 008 512 Richard James 0408 751 189 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 27th November at 11am Thursday 10.15-10.45am & Saturday 1.15-1.45pm Irreg 173 sq. metres (1,862 sq. ft) approx. Simon Lord 0407 337 557 Richard James 0408 751 189 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


51 Frank Street - BOX HILL SOUTH Captivating parkland views & glorious terraced gardens with direct access to Gardiners Creek set an impressive scene for this lovely sun-filled home boasting proximity to Deakin, PLC, Wattle Park, shops & tram. A wealth of Living space includes lovely formal domain (OFP), large Euro Kitchen/OP Living zone soaking up park vistas, 3 BRs (2/BIRs, main/bathroom access/ terrace), downstairs 4th/Guest Bedroom (bathroom) & a spacious lower Games room. hydronic heating, air-conditioners, 3rd WC, cellar/storage, water tanks/pump, garage/workshop.

21 Broadway - CAMBERWELL ´Glenlui´ c1910 graces an enviable address in the highly-coveted Tara Estate retaining rich heritage details including pressed metal ceilings while offering comfortable modern spaces and glorious north-facing rear garden. Stroll to Read Gardens, Burke Road shopping and trains from this fine semi-detached home presenting an excellent easily-managed indoor/outdoor lifestyle opportunity. Affords 2 Bedrooms, BIR, Livingroom, light-filled Lounge/Meals, fullyappointed Kitchen, bathroom, ducted heating, open fireplaces, sunny alfresco area and OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact

Saturday 4th December at 10.30am Thursday & Saturday 11-11.30am Irreg 695 sq. metres (7,481 sq. ft) approx. Steve Burke 0448 331 653 Maree Keel 0438 828 582 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 20th November at 1.30pm Wednesday 11.30am-12noon & Saturday from 1pm Irreg 256 sq. metres (2,760 sq. ft) approx. Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 Co Agent Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Office 9810 5000 Visit jelliscraig.com.au


3 Merton Street - CAMBERWELL Ideal new home site, development (STCA) or renovation opportunity! Attractive solid brick 1930´s residence in superb location a short walk to Hartwell Primary School, Lynden and Highfield Parks. Moments to Toorak/Camberwell Road trams and easy access to Camberwell Junction, leading private/public schools. Enjoying favoured northerly rear orientation on generous allotment. Features 3 Bedrooms, formal Living and Dining rooms, Kitchen leading to sunroom, central Bathroom and Laundry. Ample OSP.

26 Oxford Street - CAMBERWELL A fabulous first home, rewarding investment or perfect entry point to this renowned, family neighbourhood close to Through Rd Reserve. On a quiet, leafy corner amidst easily managed garden surrounds, this 1940´s residence offers spacious, previously renovated accommodation immaculately presented with modern flair. Traditional period charm, decorative ceilings & refined finishes enhance a light filled floorplan feat Formal Sitting & Dining (OFP), 3 double Bedrooms (BIRs, Main ensuite), updated Kitchen, Informal Living. 2 alfresco zones, OSP x2.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 10am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 9.30am Irreg 695sq. metres (7,480sq. ft) approx Charles Boyd 0402 275 485 Lisa Holbourn 0430 531 400 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 4th December at 11am Thursday 2.30-3pm & Saturday 2.15-2.45pm Irreg 443 sq. metres (4,768 sq. ft) approx. Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 Michael Wood 0425 280 191 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


3/42 Range Street - CAMBERWELL Silence is indeed golden in this meticulously presented unit set to the rear of 4 in a hush-quiet locale close to tram, shops & Bowen Gardens. An inspired choice for downsizers or 1st timers seeking a beautifully maintained, updated, single-level setting for an exceptional carefree lifestyle. With large Living/Dining (heating/cooling), 2 good-sized Bedrooms (BIRs), immaculate Euro Kitchen (soft-close cabinetry, WI pantry), spotless bathroom & stylish courtyard with ample room for a green thumb or keen entertainer. With separate laundry & SLUG.

31 Parlington Street - CANTERBURY This instantly inviting double storey one-of-a-pair has been thoughtfully renovated throughout revealing stylish, contemporary interiors & a delightful rear garden of impressive dimensions in this highly regarded position. Enjoying lovely sun-drenched Living room with open fire, adjoining Dining room & well-equipped modern Kitchen & Informal Dining. Upstairs 3 appealing Bedrooms, BIRS, share a modern bathroom & separate WC. Powder room, polished floorboards, heating/cooling, garage & ample OSP add to the appeal of this irresistible home.

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Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 10am Thursday & Saturday 11-11.30am Scott Patterson 0417 581 074 Lewien Gallus 0418 343 908 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 4th December at 11am Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 2.45-3.15pm 9.8m x 37.6m (32ftâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 123ftâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx. Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


49 Norwood Road - CAULFIELD NORTH A delightful streetscape is the ideal setting for this character-rich period home, intelligently renovated to combine its classically appealing heritage features with a consummate modern extension. Generously proportioned interiors include inviting Formal Lounge with French doors to front verandah, expansive Informal Living & Dining spaces accompanied by a stunning Smeg/Miele equipped stone Kitchen & 3 spacious Bedrooms, main with ensuite. Features modern Bathroom & powder room. Alarm, OSP, private north facing courtyard garden.

47 Ferndale Road - GLEN IRIS In a neighbourhood consistently admired for its solid family focus, this stylishly renovated 1930´s residence delivers a timeless blend of warm period character & light filled contemporary spaces enhanced by a private alfresco entertaining oasis with solar heated pool/ spa. Leafy Hill n Dale Park environs introduce refined Formal Sitting, CaesarStone/Bosch appointed Kitchen (WIP), northerly open plan Family Living/Dining, 4 Bdrms (BIRs) including the haven-like Main with WIR/ensuite & pool access. Roof storage, roller garage, multiple OSP.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 11am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm 10.1m x 42.7m (33’ x 140’) approx Adam Cashmore 0407 077 113 Nadine Roberts 0408 960 082 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 20th November at 1.00pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm 15.2m x 39.3m (50’ x 129’) 6,450 sq ft approx. Mark Lawson 0414 777 887 Paul Williamson 0418 509 472 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


5 Hortense Street - GLEN IRIS A prime Summerhill Estate setting highlights outstanding opportunities for family success when you renovate/extend or redevelop (STCA) this c.1927 solid brick period residence. Gracious proportions defined by ornate leadlight windows & high decorative ceilings combine with a generous allotment to hold the promise of an exceptional lifestyle environment following the application of your design skill. Comfortable presentation enhances impressive Formal Living & Dining, 3 Bdrms, Family Living, Kitchen/Meals. Established garden, garage/storage, OSP.

2 Martin Crescent - GLEN IRIS A solid brick Edwardian home of period proportions & classic character presents an irresistible opportunity to enjoy the convenience of this prime cul-de-sac with Central Park, schools, trams & Harold Holt Pool close by. There´s scope to pursue a makeover/luxurious new home down the track although present day comfort includes impressive scale & livability. With leadlights, high ceilings, 3 large Bedrooms (main with BIR´s), huge formal Living, Dining/formal Study, functional Kitchen/Meals, Sunroom, Bathroom, 2nd WC & lovely gardens (SLUG/carport).

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Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 11.00am Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday 1-1.45pm 927 sq m or 9,980 sq ft irreg. Sam Macaluso 0416 028 835 Paul Keane 0419 330 571 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 20th November at 11am Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday from 10.30am 16.6m x 42.6m (55’ x 140’) approx Damien Davis 0409 961 264 Talia Tomaino 0409 138 474 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


20 Saxby Road - GLEN IRIS A tranquil position directly opposite Dorothy Laver Reserve offers unbeatable family lifestyle advantages for this stylishly renovated 3 double Bedroom 1920´s residence, only minutes from exclusive school belt, local shopping centre & with direct freeway access. An elegant blend of traditional charm & chic contemporary comfort defines Formal Sitting (OFP), OP Living/Dining with ILVE/Miele appointed Kitchen flowing to northerly alfresco entertaining. Freestanding Studio/Home Office, tandem carport, OSP, sec system, water tank & dripper system.

51 Valley Parade - GLEN IRIS Outstanding, elevated Edwardian residence magnificently renovated & extended just 12 months ago delivers impressive proportions, light-filled interiors & a simply superb family environment. Introduced by a return verandah, the traditional hallway precedes 4 beautiful Bdrms, main ensuite, Formal Lounge, OFP, Informal Living/Dining, gas fire, opening on both sides to landscaped garden spaces creating superior indoor-outdoor entertaining possibilities. Gourmet granite Kitchen, Butler´s Pantry. Spa bathroom, security, heat/cool/vac, 2 garages.

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Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 11am Thursday 3-3.30pm & Saturday 12-12.30pm 15.24m x 40.7m or 50’ x 133’ approx. Brad Cooper 0418 344 733 Paul Williamson 0418 509 472 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 27th November at 1pm Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm 19.8m x 33m (64’ x 108.2’) approx. Brad Cooper 0418 344 733 Sam Macaluso 0416 028 835 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


21 Wilson Street - GLEN IRIS \ MALVERN This handsome Edwardian residence of impressive proportions & rich heritage character offers substantial, renovated family accommodation with solar heated in ground pool. Sought after surroundings are confirmed by a quiet cul de sac setting close to parkland, transport, leading schools. Box bay windows, high decorative ceilings & period OFPs enhance 4 Bedrooms (BIRs), Sitting/Study, Formal Living and Dining, OP Living/Dining with smeg/ILVE granite Kitchen. 2 Bathrooms, elevated northerly deck, established garden. Remote carport, ample OSP.

1 Kemsley Court - HAWTHORN EAST Gracing a premier Harcourt Estate cul-de-sac amidst the finest schools, this lovely solid brick home highlights timeless appeal, charming originality & scope to further finesse the dream near Auburn Village & transport. Embraced by lovingly tendered gardens & boasting classic sun-filled proportions, this single-level home feat 3 spac Bedrooms (2/BIRs), elegantly flowing living (OFP), sep dining, large kitchen/meals classic bright bathroom, 2nd WC & picturesque established gardens. With central heating, indoor/outdoor storage, remote double garage.

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Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 11am Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm 15.2m x 45.5m (50â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 149â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx Murray Peden 0411 154 511 Steven Abbott 0407 324 240 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 20th November at 10am Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday from 9.30am Irreg 664 sq. metres (7,145 sq. ft) approx. Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


54 Elgin Street - HAWTHORN Blessed with land dimensions seldom enjoyed in this coveted location, this splendid Victorian is a treasure trove of original character, modern enhancement and scope to up-style (STCA). Wonderful location puts parks, transport, restaurants and schools all within walking distance to this sizeable home with original timber doors, ornate ceilings, OFPs and glorious garden outlooks through formal Living, Dining, 4 giant Bedrooms (BIRs) and spacious Study. Sunny OP Living (Australian granite Kitchen) to lush garden deck, 2 bathrooms, security, ample OSP.

3 ´The Mews´ 15 Lisson Grove - HAWTHORN An impressive single level air conditioned villa with extraordinary space both inside and out creating exciting low maintenance living. With excellent accommodation and north facing gardens, this superior home is close to trains, trams, Glenferrie Rd shops, Yarra parklands and private schools. Features: 3 generous bedrooms (BIRs, main/WIRs/ensuite), 4th Bedroom/Exec Study, excellent formal Sitting & Dining, kitchen, bathroom and family room opening to beautiful gardens. Security, double remote garage.

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 12noon Thursday 12.45-1.15pm & Saturday from 11.30am 24.2m x 31.3m (79’ x 102’) approx. Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 27th November at 11am Thursday & Saturday 12-12.30pm Steve Burke 0448 331 653 Maree Keel 0438 828 582 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


30/8 Wallen Road - HAWTHORN This large, impressively appointed luxury apartment captures all the qualities that make ´WATERMARK´ a highly sought after address. Spacious Living/Dining and huge entertainment terrace served by a granite Kitchen with Smeg appliances enjoy uninterrupted views over parklands and the river while a separate open Study space adds further flexibility. Main Bedroom with ensuite and huge WIR, 2nd Bedroom (BIRs), 2nd bathroom. Features parking for 2 cars, storage cage, security and private lift access.

123 Kilby Road - KEW EAST A prime parkland position near Hays Paddock, High Street shops, trams & quality schools presents the ideal scenario for lifestyle success with this charming 1930s home on a massive 991sq.m allotment (approx.) inviting multi-unit development, building a new family residence or stylish renovation (STCA). An opportunity not to be missed! Offers ducted heating, security alarm, 3 Bedrooms (parents´ retreat with ensuite), Loungeroom (OFP) or 4th Bedroom, Living & Dining areas, covered alfresco area, well-appointed Kitchen, bathroom, carport.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 3pm Thursday & Saturday 3-3.30pm Tim Picken 0419 305 802 Michael Hingston 0412 922 488 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 20th November at 12noon Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday from 11.30am 18.2 m x 54.5m (60’ x 179’) approx. Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


28 Stevenson Street - KEW Rare Studley Park potential is presented on a substantial 1,113 sq.m allotment (approx.) with this handsome Edwardian residence former home to renowned studio potter Klytie Pate OAM. A remarkable opportunity to renovate or redevelop (STCA) in a prestigious position on the preferred nth side of the st close to private schools, Kew Junction & transport. Incl 4 BRs, Study, magnificent foyer, ducted heating, Livingroom, DIning with marble mantelpiece, central bathroom, Sunroom, Kitchen/Meals, large nth-facing garden, pottery workshop, LUG.

49 Webster Street - MALVERN EAST Beautifully presented Edwardian home, c1913, set on huge land provides a wonderful family environment with tremendous scope for future extension/re-development (STCA). Features attractive facade with veranda, leadlight entry, arched hall & 2 delightful double Bedrooms (BIRs). Generous Living room (OFP & bay window), Dining room (OFP) & modern Kitchen extending through French doors to a covered deck ideal for al fresco dining. Period style Bathroom (claw foot bath), polished floors, storeroom, heating, garage. Huge NW garden.

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Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 2pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1.15-1.45pm 22.8m x 48.8m (75’ x 160’) approx. Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 Richard Spratt 0412 493 189 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 20th November at 2pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 1.30pm 15.4m x 54.5m (50’ x 179’) approx Charles Boyd 0402 275 485 Kevin O’Brien 0447 008 000 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au


15 Hornsby Street - MALVERN This 1930s semi-detached residence of immediate appeal presents a fabulous opportunity in its current state or bring to life the architect design renovation with planning permit in place. Features 3 large Bedrooms (2x BIRs), central Bathroom, family Living & Dining areas filled with abundant natural light from the north westerly rear garden, fully equipped Kitchen, polished timber floors, ducted heating & carport+OSP. Further enhanced by its proximity to Malvern Village, High St, the Tooronga shopping complex, tram, train, Monash fwy & parkland.

54 Valda Avenue - MONT ALBERT NORTH Lovely 1960´s home beautifully updated and enjoying easy-flowing Living zones to picturesque decked garden. Elevated in a tree-lined avenue near Elgar Park, Koonung Secondary College, Primary schools, Shoppingtown and freeway, this sun-flooded home features gleaming timber floors, 3 Bedrooms (main/WIRs/stylish ensuite, 2/BIRs), Study, fireside Living, spacious Dining and large streamlined Euro/granite Kitchen/OP Living overlooking pretty deck. Includes: immaculate bathroom, powder room, heating, air-conditioners, security and tandem garage.

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Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 12noon Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 1-1.45pm Irreg 315 sq metres (3,391 sq. ft.) approx Talia Tomaino 0409 138 474 Damien Davis 0409 961 264 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 4th December at 10.30am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 12.45-1.15pm 15.6m x 38.1m (51’ x 125’) approx. Robert Ding 0418 858 393 Katherine Ding 0408 858 940 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


36 View Street - MONT ALBERT "Elysium" (c1888) blends Victorian grandeur with contemporary style on an easy-to-manage allotment designed for the keen entertainer/downsizer. Walking distance to popular Village, cafes, 2 stations, tram, schools & parkland, this exquisite home features 4 double Bdrms (BIRs, main /OFP/WIR/ensuite), superb fireside Living, formal Dining, stunning stone/Euro Kitchen & OP Family flowing out to stylish night-lit courtyard with water feature & mod lawn. Chic family bathroom, duct heat, RC air-con, surround sound, cellar & storage areas, carport.

29 Chestnut Street - SURREY HILLS Set in a quiet cul de sac location, this most appealing family home is presented in comfortable condition throughout, yet offers excellent scope to further renovate/modernise if desired. Alternatively, take advantage of the generous allotment of almost 860m2 and build your dream home, (STCA), in this well regarded location. Includes large multiple living zones, 2/3 bathrooms, fully tiled in-ground salt pool, ducted heating and double carport.

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 10am Thursday 2.15-2.45pm & Saturday from 9.30am Richard Spratt 0412 493 189 Daniel Bradd 0411 347 511 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 27th November at 10.00am Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 11-11.30am 20.1m x 42.6m (66â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 140â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx. Richard Spratt 0412 493 189 Daniel Bradd 0411 347 511 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


2/51 Park Road - SURREY HILLS The leafy allure of one of Surrey Hills´ most sought after streets close to Wattle Park creates the ideal setting for this faultlessly presented 3 bedroom town residence, 1 of only 3. Stunning Brush-box floors, beautiful exposed beams and cathedral ceilings frame an instantly inviting Meals/Family area and an impressively appointed open-plan Kitchen. Large, elegantly lowmaintenance landscaped courtyard expanses provide the perfect entertaining domain, accompanied by a fully enclosed double carport with automatic roll-a-door security.

1/1A Pembroke Street - SURREY HILLS "Hexton" Experience Provence in Lovely Surrey Hills. Live your dream in this architectdesigned, superbly built single level home with its unique garden. The spacious rooms overlook large northern courtyard bathed in winter sun or shaded by ancient Elm tree in summer. 2 double Bedrooms (BIRs), Main bay window/ semi ensuite, gracious Formal Lounge/ Dining (gas OFP), Sitting Room/Study, Bosch appointed Kitchen, Hydronic heating, remote double garage.

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Auction Inspect Land Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 11am Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday 11.45am-12.15pm Sue Wooldridge 0413 476 674 Richard Spratt 0412 493 189 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 20th November at 3pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 2.30pm Irreg. 438 sq. metres (4,715 sq. ft) approx. Diana Healy 0418 314 433 Richard James 0408 751 189 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au


La n (a d 6 pp 73 ro sq x) .m . 27 Shepherd Street - SURREY HILLS This charming Californian Bungalow offers an immaculate family setting with sensitively updated spaces unfolding nth to outdoor living & private hedged gardens. The relaxed family friendly layout feat Baltic timber flrs throughout , 4 spac BRs (BIRs), 2 stylish bathrooms, formal Living (OFP), Dining & quality Caesar Stone Kitchen/OP family zone to nth terrace & delightful garden (spa, cubby house). With heating, inverter a/c´s, 1400 litre tank, OSP. Perfectly positioned in this highly regarded leafy locale, with easy access to schools & Wattle Park.

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Saturday 27th November at 12noon Thursday 11-11.30am & Saturday 12-12.30pm 15.1m x 44.6m (50’ x 146’) approx. Robert Ding 0418 858 393 Richard James 0408 751 189 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au

21 Boyle Street - ASHBURTON

14 Lucerne Street - ASHBURTON

Meticulously renovated double brick family residence offering wonderfully appealing, spacious family living close to shops/parks. Inviting Living, Dining, Study, 3 Bdrms, modern Kitchen. Separate Studio with powder room/Euro laundry/workshop. Remote OSP x3.

A rare opportunity to secure your own position in this highly desirable family locale. Currently offering 3 Bdrm accommodation, this home is ripe for renovation or ideal for a new custom built home or take advantage of development opportunities (STCA).

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Auction Inspect Land Contact

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Saturday 27th November at 2.00pm Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday 10.15-11am 16.45m x 36.6m (54´ x 120´ or 602 sq m (6,480 sq ft) approx. Mark Lawson 0414 777 887 Paul Williamson 0418 509 472 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

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Saturday 4th December at 12noon Thursday & Saturday 2.15-2.45pm 16.7m x 36.5m (613 sq m) approx. Zali Booker 0422 576 049 Corey Ahearne 0405 637 045 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


2/34 Kenny Street - BALWYN NORTH

28 Narrak Road - BALWYN

Bathed in glorious northern light, this immaculate rear of 2 town residence offers sought after space & privacy for outstanding single level living. 2 alfresco c’yards, Sitting & Dining, open plan Liv/Dining, mod Kitchen, 3 Bedrms (BIRs, Main WIR/ens). Gated entry, DLUG.

Superbly positioned with potential city views on high side, this attractive & comfortable 4 BR home offers enormous scope. Move straight in or easy to rent. Easy walk to 109 tram the prime positioning ensures a second storey or new home (STCA).

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Saturday 20th November at 2pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday from 1.30pm Jenny Gillies 0419 008 512 Richard James 0408 751 189 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 20th November at 1pm Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 12.30pm 15.5m x 42.7m (51’ x 140’) approx. Tom Ryan 0413 872 550 Judy Balloch 0408 753 877 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au

2/1 Westminster Street - BALWYN

112 Roslyn Street - BURWOOD

A secluded sanctuary in a lovely tree-lined st handy to 109 tram, shops & Beckett Park, this impressive single-level rear 3 BR/2 bathroom villa unit delivers a secure, easy-care lifestyle of the highest quality with immaculate Kitchen & o/plan Living facing nth to private garden.

This well-maintained residence provides an appealing environment with scope for extension/new home site (STCA). Inviting interiors include Sitting room, OFP, open-plan Family/Dining spaces, Kitchen, 4 Bdrms/2 bathrooms. Close to PLC/Deakin Uni & 2 trams.

Auction Inspect Contact

Auction Inspect Land Contact

Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 11am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm Diana Healy 0418 314 433 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au

Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 12noon Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 11.30am 15.2m x 45.7m (50’ x 150’ or 7,500 sq ft) 695 sq m approx. Sam Macaluso 0416 028 835 Paul Williamson 0418 509 472 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


9 Sunhill Avenue - BURWOOD

22 Cusdin Street - GLEN IRIS

A wonderful elevated position in the immediate vicinity of Lundgren Reserve & bicycle trail is the ideal setting for relaxing family liv with this 4 BR home. Nestled on a 592sq.m allot (approx) with views towards the city. Livingroom, Lounge/Dining, Blanco Kitchen, dble gge.

Bright nth sunlight streams through the stylish c/yard to both the lovely Liv zones of this stunning new 3 BR/2 bthrm t’house offering an easy-to-manage lifestyle in a leafy pocket with sleek Stone Kitchen/Meals, stylish Liv/Dining, heating/cooling/sec & dble remote gge.

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Auction Inspect Contact

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Saturday 27th November at 12.30pm Saturday 11-11.30am 16.6m x 35.7m (54´5"´ x 117´) approx. Julian Tonkin 0419 341 341 Diana Healy 0418 314 433 9831 2800 jelliscraig.com.au

Saturday 20th November at 11.30am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 11am Michael Hingston 0412 922 488 Tim Picken 0419 305 802 Co Agent Exceland - Nini Tan 0411 888 398 Office 9810 5000 Visit jelliscraig.com.au

3 Denman Avenue - GLEN IRIS

26 Fuller Avenue - GLEN IRIS

A broad, 19 metre frontage, elevated north/south orientation & a celebrated family neighbourhood. A brilliant combination indeed, highlighting the renovation/extension/ redevelopment (STCA) advantages offered by this well presented 3 Bedoorm Bungalow.

Seize the infinite potential to renovate or rebuild (STCA) in a prized tree lined locale. Set in a garden bursting with colour, this charming Californian Bungalow delivers 3 Bedroom accommodation within easy reach of leading schools, shops, parkland and transport.

Auction Inspect Land Contact

Auction Inspect Land Contact

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Saturday 4th December at 1.00pm Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday 12.45-1.15pm 19.83m x 40m or 742.6 sq m irreg. Zali Booker 0422 576 049 Corey Ahearne 0405 637 045 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 2.00pm Thursday 3-3.30pm & Saturday 12-12.30pm 15 x 40.45 (604 sq m) approx. Zali Booker 0422 576 049 Corey Ahearne 0405 637 045 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au


3 Harris Avenue - GLEN IRIS

4/178 Auburn Road - HAWTHORN

´HARRINGTON c1934´. A just completed contemporary renovation & extension enhances the appeal of this Art Deco home. Enjoying Formal Sitting & Dining, OFPs, generous Informal Living/Dining, gourmet Kitchen, 3 Bdrms, main ensuite/WIRs, 4th Bed/Office.

Beautifully refurbished, spacious Art Deco apartment is distinguished by private first-floor entry, polished boards through generous Sitting room (OFP), separate Dining, stylish European kitchen, 3 bright Bdrms (BIRs) & fabulous bathroom. OSP & shared courtyard.

Auction Inspect Land Contact

Auction Inspect Contact

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Saturday 4th December at 1pm Thursday 2.15-2.45pm & Saturday 2.15-3pm 16.52m x 37.85m (54’ x 124’) (6,700 sq ft) approx. Brad Cooper 0418 344 733 Mark Lawson 0414 777 887 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 10.00am Thursday 11.15-11.45am & Saturday 10-10.30am Zali Booker 0422 576 049 Paul Keane 0419 330 571 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

2/40 Creswick Street - HAWTHORN

25 Loch Street - HAWTHORN EAST

Bask in million dollar Yarra parkland views from this gorgeous top flr "Yarra-Lea" Art Deco apart in prime position close to CBD & bike trails. With Living/Dining (OFP) to large treetop deck, 2 big BRs, Euro galley-Kitchen (servery to deck), Euro laundry & communal gardens.

In a cul-de-sac adjoining Fritsch Holzer Reserve near Junction, this alluring semi-detached Victorian combines a passion for yesteryear with comfort for today with timber flrs, 2 BRs (OFPs, 1/BIRs), charming bathroom (clawfoot bath) & mod Kitchen, OP Living to terrace.

Auction Inspect Contact

Auction Inspect Land Contact

Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 11am Wednesday 6-6.30pm & Saturday 12-12.30pm Nick Elmore 0438 599 938 Tom Aylward 0408 548 551 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au

Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 3.30pm Thursday 1.45-2.15pm & Saturday 10-10.30am Irreg 198 sq. metres (2,131 sq. ft) approx. Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


23/17-25 Yarra Street - HAWTHORN

5/69-73 Earl Street - KEW

In a most popular Riverside pocket, this exceptional top floor 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment flaunts house-like proportions. Stylish north facing kitchen and living stretches to a picturesque terrace. Includes hydronic heating, intercom entry & OSP for 2 cars.

Peacefully tucked away in an open garden block opposite parkland is this absolutely delightful villa unit. Superbly-presented feat c’yard garden, c’port & garage, 2 robed BRs, Study/3rd BR, large Living, Dining, well-appointed Kitchen, bathroom, duct heating, a/c.

Auction Inspect Contact

Auction Inspect Contact Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 12noon Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 12.30-1pm Greg Toogood 0418 385 440 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au

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Saturday 20th November at 11am Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday from 10.30am Robert Macpherson 0420 947 151 Jeffrey Gole 0419 401 677 9832 0500 jelliscraig.com.au

6/41 Parkhill Road - KEW

3/378 Belmore Road - MONT ALBERT NORTH

An unexpected pleasure secluded to the rear of an exclusive block, this spacious singlelevel 4 Bedroom, 2 bathroom unit is one of the biggest and the best near Victoria Park, Cotham Rd and High Street trams and schools. Features North rear aspect, 2 car accom.

Hidden peacefully to the rear, enveloped by luxuriant private gardens & close to Belmore Village, this spacious 3 BR/2 bathroom t’house is a winner for those seeking an exceptional single level alternative to the family home with stylish Living/Dining, Euro Kitchen/Meals.

Auction Inspect Contact

Private Sale Inspect Saturday 1.30-2pm Land Irreg 280 sq. metres (3,104 sq. ft) approx. Contact Robert Ding 0418 858 393 Katherine Ding 0408 858 940 Office 9831 2800 Visit jelliscraig.com.au

Office Visit

Saturday 27th November at 10am Thursday 1.45-2.15pm & Saturday 2.45-3.15pm Greg Toogood 0418 385 440 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au


2a Howard Avenue - MOUNT WAVERLEY

101 Leeds Road - MOUNT WAVERLEY

This elegant town residence presents superior single level spaces defined by high ceilings, parquetry floors, designer fixtures. Comprises: Formal Sitting (gas OFP), 3 Bedrooms, OP Living/Dining (gas OFP), Study/Dining. Heat/refrig cool, ducted vac & auto DLUG.

An impressive package, this contemporary home comprises 4 large BRs (BIRs, main/WIR/ deluxe spa ensuite), Exec Study, formal Living/Home Theatre, gourmet Stone Kitchen/ Living & huge Games room; all overlooking night-lit deck & superb water-featured gardens.

Auction Inspect Land Contact

Auction Inspect Land Contact

Office Visit

Saturday 20th November at 12noon Thursday 1.30-2pm & Saturday from 11.30am 432 sq m (4,650 sq ft) approx. Mark Lawson 0414 777 887 Paul Williamson 0418 509 472 9809 8999 jelliscraig.com.au

Office Visit

Saturday 4th December at 1pm Thursday 1-1.30pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm 770 sq. metres (8,288 sf. ft) approx Con Lazogas 0417 303 556 Sophia Lazogas 0400 799 972 9810 5000 jelliscraig.com.au

1A Brookfield Court - HAWTHORN EAST

10A McEvoy Street - KEW

Considerable period charisma and the exceptional convenience of its cul-de-sac position combine to convey the compelling appeal of this distinguished English Style 4 Bedroom, 3 bathroom residence moments from Camberwell Junction, schools and transport.

Stunning new 3 Bedroom low-maintenance residence is an inspired architect design savouring views in prestigious Studley Park. Brilliant blend of space, light and quality near Yarra parks, Victoria Gardens, transport.

Private Sale Price $1.45m Inspect By Appointment Land Irreg 577 sq. metres (6,210 sq. ft) approx. Contact Peter Vigano 0407 301 224 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 Office 9810 5000 Visit jelliscraig.com.au

Private Sale Price $1.75m Inspect Thursday 12-12.30pm & Saturday 2-2.30pm Land 10.1m x 39m (33â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 128â&#x20AC;&#x2122;) approx. Contact Greg Toogood 0418 385 440 Richard Earle 0418 564 168 Office 9810 5000 Visit jelliscraig.com.au


auction Middle Park

3pm Thursday November 25

16 aPartMents on one title

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auction surrey hills

2pm Wednesday December 8

99-105 union road

PLUS LAND

28 PATTeRSon STReeT, MIDDLe PARK • Consisting of 11 x 1 bedroom apartments and • Land Area: 951m2* 5 x 2 bedroom apartments with carparking • Two street frontages • Invest/refurbish/subdivide (STCA) • 1 block from Middle Park beach and short • Rental: $211,440*pa walk to Armstrong St and Fitzroy St Andrew Greenway 0409 547 626 Tamara Gross 0411 748 538 Michael Gross 0419 355 561

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unIque oPPoRTunITy • Building Area: 724m2*

• Zoning: Business 3

• Land Area: 1,106m2*

• Subject to short term tenancies

Andrew Greenway 0409 547 626 Andrew Waddell 0419 400 991

03 9654

LEVEL 6, 172-192 FLINDERS ST, MELBOURNE www.grosswaddell.com.au

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8666

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Preston 46 Swanston Street • Huge Warehouse Facility on 1700 sq.m (approx) • 428 sq.m Office and Laboratory • 374 sq.m Warehouse • Gross Building Area - 802 sq.m • Currently Rented for $115,500 PA on a new 3x3x3 year lease to secure medical industry tenant • Originally designed as 2 separate warehouses

Ivanhoe 9499 7992 115 Upper Heidelberg Road

Tues 30th Nov at 6pm (unless sold prior) __________________________ Fri 1 - 1:30pm __________________________ INSPECT

CONTACT

Aaron Silluzio 0414 422 299

Joshua Franzi 0413 720 244 __________________________

Ivanhoe

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BRUCE FALK PROPERTY 5225 5777 1020 Lorne Road, (Bambra via Moriac) Price: $650,000 + Auction: December 4 at 11 am

BAMBRA Stoneview is a superb one-hectare property with usable pastures and a magnificent stone residence. The house has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a return verandah. It features an open-plan modern kitchen and vast living zone with cathedral ceilings, a spacious open fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows to maximise the outstanding panoramic views over the Western District. Just 125 kilometres from Melbourne on the way to Lorne, Stoneview is a classic lifestyle property without the hefty price tag. The property also features a swimming pool, championship-size tennis court and large sheds suitable for stables or a home business. \ THIS INFORMATION WAS SUPPLIED BY BRUCE FALK PROPERTY

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"LAMORNA" ON THE CORNER Positioned for prominence in a court setting is this well-established three-bedroom home sited on an elevated 580m2 corner allotment (approx.) just moments from beautiful Fishermans Beach. Brimming with original character this brick home known as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lamornaâ&#x20AC;? includes a spacious lounge, central bathroom, powder room, laundry, hallway, high ceilings, airconditioning, gas ducted heating and a kitchen/meals area with walk-in pantry plus bay views. Freshly painted walls and newly glossed floorboards throughout add extra appeal whilst the master bedroom features satisfying floor-to-ceiling robes. AUCTION Saturday 11th December at 12.30 pm INSPECT Saturday 12-12.30pm MORNINGTON OFFICE 59754555 BRETT MCEwING 0438 273 886 DEAN PHILLIPS 0402 833 865

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160 Main Street Mornington 5975 4555 www.mcewingpartners.com

Bambra/Otway Ranges 1020 Lorne Road PANORAMIC WESTERN DISTRICT VIEWS Modern, fully appointed 4 bedroom plus 2 bath stone residence with open plan, modern kitchen. Wide verandahs fully encapsulate this magnificent home. Features includes large workshop, in-ground swimming pool, and tennis court. Well sheltered stock paddocks suitable for horses. 90 mins Melbourne, 30 mins Geelong, 40km Lorne and the Great Ocean Rd.

www.bfp.net.au

AUCTION

Saturday 4th December 11am on the property

LAND

2.5 acres / 1.01 ha approx.

AGENT

Bruce Falk 0400 939 081

OFFICE

350 LaTrobe Tce Geelong

ONLINE

www.bfp.net.au

MELBOURNE (03) 9866 1414


56 Glen Shian Lane, Mount Eliza

Fabulous land, home, bay views This is one of the last remaining original properties in the coveted “Golden Mile” enclave of Mt Eliza. It offers approximately 5500 sqm (over 1.4 subdividable acres STCA) of established gardens accessed by a long, private drive.Tracks and grassy pathways meander past a perfectly sited 12 m diving pool, and through delightful dells and hideaways with mostly native shrubs and trees in abundance. Nearby are the golden sands of Canadian Bay beach, and Mt Eliza Village in easy walking distance. The tri-level home is solid and well maintained with a sweeping panorama of Port Philip Bay. It includes 3 generous bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large lounge and dining opening to a new deck ideal for al-fresco entertaining, plus a big rumpus with its own bar. The lower level could serve as self contained in-law accommodation, teenage retreat, or home office. There is a double garage plus loads more parking. Enjoy as is – renovate – subdivide. The potential is endless for this unique property. Bidding from $1.5M offers considered prior. Open Sat. 1:30 to 2 pm or by appointment. Auction Sat 4th Dec. @ 2pm Contact David Rew 0418 553 691

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www.prh.com.au

TORQUAY 92 SANDS BOULEVARD Lifestyle At Its Best

GOULBURN RIVER FRONTAGE

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Three year old architecturally designed home with every conceivable luxury. Flexible floor plan incorporating four bedrooms, theatre room, study & separate living zones. Superb outdoor entertaining area with inground pool and spa. Quality fixtures & fittings include; Combination of polished concrete and Australian chestnut floors, 5 star energy rating, double glazed tinted windows stone bench tops, 900mm oven, gas log fire, reverse cycle air, ensuite to master, powder room, 2 car remote controlled garage, drought resistant gardens, secure storage and workshop.

FOR SALE Price: $1,075,000 CONTACT: John McMahon 0400 886 634

Surf Coast Real Estate

ANGLESEA 87-89 Great Ocean Road 5263 2133 TORQUAY 21 Pearl Street 5261 2101

www.hayden.com.au

pat rice & hawkins

TRAWOOL ONLY 80 MINUTES MELBOURNE CBD

50 Acres - 20.56 Ha

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10 mins Seymour - 80 mins Melbourne C.B.D

Auction Saturday 4th December

FIRST IN RURAL PROPERTY

at 11.00 am - on site

441 St. Kilda Road, Melbourne (03) 9866 5588 Matt Childs 0418 512 494 Bart O’Sullivan 0408 576 582


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7 Mile Beach Road Broken Head As good as it gets, 8.49 hectares of Byron Bay beachfront, located in a secluded private position nestled by a National Park. With 460 metres of absolute beachfront and a fully approved DA for a magnificent Kerry Hill contemporary designed home. This is a property that dreams are made of. 16 minutes to the heart of Byron Bay. For Sale by EOI-Closing February 11th, 2011

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Agent Office Contact Website Email

Graham Dunn 0418 663 620 12 Lawson Street Byron Bay NSW 02 6685 8575 www.byronbaypropertysales.com.au graham@byronbaysales.com.au


‘Glenmanagh’ ~ 1100 Acres ~ Merrijig, Victoria ‘Glenmanagh’ is an outstanding high-country, cattle grazing and lifestyle property of 1100 acres located at Merrijig in the Victorian Alps. It enjoys a double frontage to the legendary Delatite River and is within 5 minutes’ drive of entry to the Mt Buller Ski Resort and less than 20 minutes to the thriving country town of Mansfield. Within the property boundaries there are outstanding opportunities for trout fishing as well as an abundance of private trails ideally suited to horse riding, trekking and bike riding. In addition the property borders state forest affording access to virtually limitless potential to extend these recreational pursuits. Deer are present in considerable numbers on the property as are many species of native wildlife. The Delatite River, one of the most beautiful of Victoria’s mountain rivers, is highly regarded by experienced trout fishermen. In addition to the Delatite River the property also has the advantage of a long frontage to the Buttercup Creek. Magnificent views of Mt Buller present in many different perspectives from several locations as you move about the property. The dominant image of a snow-capped Mt Buller in such close proximity on a clear winter’s day is truly something to behold! The land area is comprised of approximately 650 acres freehold and 450 acres crown licence. The property is serviced by 8 dams (2 of which are spring fed), water diversion licences from the Delatite River, a large modern machinery shed with 3 phase power and an excellent set of cattle yards. ‘Glenmanagh’ offers the ultimate in privacy and a superb wilderness experience within its own boundaries, yet enjoys the convenience of ready access to the snowfields of Mt Buller and the facilities in the progressive, nearby tourist town of Mansfield. Rarely is such a property offered for sale and those attracted to such a proposition should not miss the once in a lifetime opportunity to secure this magnificent family asset.

For Sale by Expression of Interest

10 High Street Mansfield VIC

03 5775 3033


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ONE OF MOUNT ELIZA'S FINEST GOLDEN MILE ESTATES 5 BAY AVENUE, MOUNT ELIZA One of Mount Eliza's finest Golden Mile estates, this stunning 65 sq Mediterranean inspired family residence with soaring 6m corniced ceilings on 2/3rds of an acre (approx) is both intensely private & immensely inviting. Spectacular panoramic views across the entire bay & the city skyline to the north, manicured gardens with tiled heated horizon-edged pool & extensive sand stone patios provide a magnificent backdrop to the grand main residence with 5 lg. bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, garaging for 2 cars and a level of first class features and fixtures befitting a home of this calibre. Other features include full heating and refrigerated airconditioning, security system, wine storage, enormous cellars, large fitted laundry and extensive sandstone paved patios and stone walls & a very prestigious location literally four homes from Canadian Bay Beach.

www.bayavenue-aqua.com EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST BY MONDAY 13TH DECEMBER 2010 (unless sold prior) View by private appointment

Michelle Skoglund 0416 119 444

Aqua Real Estate Mount Eliza 86 Mt Eliza Way, Mount Eliza 9775 2222

www.aquarealestate.com.au

sales@aquarealestate.com.au


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820 ESPLANADE MORNINGTON

Combe Martin one of Mornington’s most striking & recognisable beach front mansions exudes the architectural expression of a more genteel old-world era. Set on approx. 1/2 acre overlooking renowned Mills Beach, this remarkable 5 bedroom, 9 living area mansion was specifically built to symbolise the refined elegance of English workmanship. The Property features approx. 70 squares of luxury living, exquisite glass, marble and wood finishes throughout, bespoke modern kitchen and bathrooms. Combe Martin,‘an appreciation of the quality, time & effort that has gone into the execution of this seaside marvel combines history, grandeur and elegance with the Esplanade’s very best address’. Combe Martin enjoys a spectacular northerly aspect with bay & city skyline views from most windows and only a pleasant beach stroll to the Mornington Yacht Club and marina, or cafes & restaurants of Main Street Mornington, less than an hour from the city centre.

Private sale View by private appointment www.combemartin-aqua.com

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31DAVEYS BAY ROAD MOUNT ELIZA

Steps from the beach and set on a generous 3287sqm (approx) of adjacent cliff top land in exclusive Daveys Bay Road in the Golden Mile, uncompromising quality and resortinspired luxury awaits in this stunning quality 55sq. residence that beautifully merges the best of indoor & outdoor living. Featuring a heated in-ground pool, full sized tennis court, huge spectator's pavilion or home office with separate entrance and bathroom, heating/cooling and the superb 5 bedroom residence that draws its design cues from a French chateau and combines flowing modern living areas and stunning limestone floors with total privacy, this is an unmatched opportunity to experience Mt Eliza's true coveted beachside lifestyle. Only one door from two sandy beaches and moments to the Daveys Bay Yacht Club, 'Amberley' features 5 bedrooms upstairs and 4 distinct living areas on the ground floor including the brilliant conservatory with huge sliding glass doors that allow the home to open onto a paved outdoor entertaining area overlooking the mod grass tennis court, swimming pool and vast landscaped grounds.

Private sale $2,950,000 View by private appointment Michelle Skoglund 0416 119 444

DESIGNER DISTINCTION

SPECTACULAR FRONT ROW POSITION

80 OLD MORNINGTON RD MOUNT ELIZA

2 STURIO PARADE MOUNT ELIZA

A masterpiece of contemporary design, this stunning 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom architect-designed home set privately on 2/3 acre (approx) steps from Toorak College & close to Mt Eliza village offers luxury living for the entire family. Relax by the 18m lap pool & spa, enjoy a barbecue on the terrace, stroll to nearby Davey’s Bay Beach or take advantage of the floodlit tennis court. Less than five years old with vast open-plan lounge, dining & kitchen area with polished Tasmanian oak flooring, high ceilings and a wall of concertina doors that spill out to the terrace with views over the pool house with bathroom & tennis court to the treetops beyond.

A prized front row seat on the bay with a path opposite that leads down to Moondah beach and loads of potential to renovate or rebuild. Set on a 987sqm corner allotment with a sweeping panorama that takes in the city skyline and Mornington Harbour, this sprawling home with six bedrooms and six living and dining areas is actually two houses joined together making it ideal for extended families or why not call the architect and start designing a luxury new home befitting this superb location.

Private sale $2M+

Expressions of Interest closing 5pm Monday, 22nd November 2010

View by private appointment or as advertised Michelle Skoglund 0416 119 444

View by private appointment or as advertised Michelle Skoglund 0416 119 444

Aqua Real Estate Mount Eliza 86 Mt Eliza Way, Mount Eliza 9775 2222

www.aquarealestate.com.au

sales@aquarealestate.com.au


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