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Daisy Pearce \ Captain of the Melbourne Football Club When did you first fall in love with footy? I grew up in a footy-mad family. I had a brother either side of me and my dad, who were all heavily involved in our local club, Bright Football Club, in north-east Victoria. I started playing Auskick when I was about six. Many of the paintings and drawings that used to come home from primary school were all very much about footy. I was obsessed with footy cards and footy stickers. Fondest footy moment? I love any time you see young people inspired to play the game. Or you see something click for them where they either feel like they belong or can play the game. Since I became an AFL ambassador, and working at Melbourne Footy Club, I enjoy getting out to schools and kids’ clinics and seeing young people pick up the game, particularly now that the girls’ game is getting a bigger profile. To see them have female role models is pretty inspiring and it’s something I’m really proud to have been a part of. Worst footy moment? There were times when I thought I’d have to stop playing; that was tough. I had to play junior football with the boys because there was no girls’ competition. When I got to the end of under 13s, I thought I’d have to stop because that was the rule. My dad argued with the league and they overturned it so I could continue to play through to under 15s. When I reached the under 15s I thought I wouldn’t be able to continue playing. That’s when I moved to Melbourne and discovered the women’s league. Are you excited about the advent of the women’s league next year? It’s a really important step in making the AFL more attractive and accessible for women. It’s great that young girls can aspire to play in it from a young age. I think that’s exciting. And on a selfish level, I’m really excited to play in it as well; it’s a dream come true. ●

(MICHAEL RAYNER)

Susan Alberti \ Vice President of the Western Bulldogs Football Club

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Fondest footy moment? The redevelopment of the Whitten Oval. I played a very big role in that. It was an incredible achievement. We had to find $32 million in the west of Melbourne and that’s not an easy feat. Also when Tony Liberatore won the Brownlow Medal. I’d said all year that Tony was going to win and everybody said I was mad. I said, ‘He’s a guy who never ever gives up; he doesn’t have natural talent but he uses everything that he’s been given’. When he won the Brownlow, it was one of the happiest moments in my life. I bought his boots, which cost me an absolute squillion.

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With the national women’s league kicking off next February, PETER WILMOTH speaks to five of footy’s leading female influencers

When did you fall in love with footy? I was seven, so for 60 years I’ve loved football. I listened to it on the radio, because I was never allowed to go, with my ear against our big stereogram. My first game was at the then Western Oval. It was pretty ordinary, very muddy, very cold … but I loved it. The people were incredibly friendly and I immediately gravitated to the cheer squad because my dad, being a policeman, felt it was a safer environment. We always sat on the boundary, down the Geelong Road end. My favourite player was John Schultz because he was such a gentleman and such a good, clean player, and he was so polite. Then in 1960 he won the Brownlow Medal.

Are you excited about the advent of the women’s league? I’ve only been waiting for this for 50 years. I played for the Footscray Cheer Squad team, with the boys. On the Sunday we used to get our cheer squads together and we’d play against one another. I played for about three years until I was 15, maybe even a bit longer. I had to play against boys and I hung up my boots at 15 because there was nowhere to play with girls. That’s why I’m so excited. Is the AFL still a boys’ club? Look, I do not have a problem. If I can speak on behalf of my own club, I’m treated with absolute respect. It’s a fair environment. We’re three women on a board of nine. I really believe things are changing, the AFL has changed, and I think things are changing. ●


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Peta Searle \ Assistant forward line coach at St Kilda Football Club, first female coach in the AFL Fondest footy moment? Footy lends itself to so many good opportunities. There’s the five flags [won] at Darebin; working with [Port Melbourne coach] Gary Ayres. I’m really proud to be part of St Kilda Football Club, which is strong on inclusiveness and diversity and accepting people for who they are. One of my biggest moments is I’ve really loved being a good role model for my daughter, who’s nine, and my son, who’s six. What’s the biggest improvement in footy in the past 10 years? Off the field I love the fact that the AFL has taken more responsibility and opened up the game to all issues. The Pride Game, for example. It’s understanding the influence it has on society and doing something about it. We’re developing footballers but we’re also developing people.

stadiums. To go to Adelaide Oval now, you honestly are proud to be Australian. Metricon on the Gold Coast is a fabulous little stadium … Ditto the SCG now it’s been revamped, and Geelong, and obviously the MCG. We’ve got the best stadiums in the world. Is the AFL still a boys’ club? I don’t think you can change the culture just by your key executive appointments or by creating a national women’s league because there’s still a lot of influential people in the AFL who see it as largely an all-male domain. The AFL has always struggled with their relationship with women, but they’ve always treated them with respect at an executive and corporate level. The clubs have led the way in that … but we’ve got a long way to go.

Fondest footy moment? One that actually brought me to tears was when Sydney won the flag in 2005. Even though I’m not a Sydney supporter, I started writing about footy full-time the year of all their controversy when South Melbourne was moving up to Sydney. I have followed the Swans through all their various disasters and incarnations over a few decades, and when Paul Roos got up with that cup and said to all the South Melbourne supporters who’d waited 72 years for this, ‘Here it is’ … he could not have made a better speech, it’s still my favourite acceptance speech.

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Is the AFL still a boys’ club? I think both Gill [McLachlan] and the AFL Commission have been really strong advocates in that space. You can see it in the younger generation coming through; they’re very open, they’re very respectful and they embrace women in different roles. But there’s still work to be done in clubs and leagues and communities in terms of unconscious bias. ●

Worst footy moment? There were a lot of moments during 2013 where I questioned my love for the game. The way Essendon handled the supplements revelations and what they’d done to those boys, in terms of the physical experimentation and needles, and the off-site treatments – drugs they still don’t know what they are. And then the utter refusal by the key players involved to take responsibility was, as a journalist and a football lover, the most disappointed I’ve been in the game. Biggest improvement in the past 10 years? It’s been the way the AFL has got together with governments and built these magnificent

(MICHAEL RAYNER)

When did you fall in love with footy? I’ve been going to Moorabbin to watch the Saints since I was in a bassinet. Later I got the cardboard boxes from the bar and slid down the hills. After the game [Saints legend] Trevor Barker used to carry me on his shoulders around the social club rooms. My parents were members all their lives so I was born into it.

When did you fall in love with footy? It wasn’t at a game but in my back garden in Armadale when I was seven. It was 1967, Richmond had won its first premiership in 24 years. I got home from a friend’s house and Fred Swift and “Bull” Richardson [Matthew Richardson’s late dad] were in our back garden. My father was a board member but not president at the time. The rest of the players had gone, and they were the last men standing. They were sitting on these white wooden chairs and my brother and sister were there and I joined in. They basically sat us on their knees and sang the Mickey Mouse Club song and then the Richmond theme song to us. I still remember the sun going down, a beautiful sort of spring evening. Richmond had won the premiership and there was this feeling of how special and amazing this was.

How can the AFL improve things for women? They need to introduce quotas at every level because that’s the only way the game has ever really made inroads. I’m not saying there should be an equal number of women coaches or managers or recruiters, but the AFL has to show leadership here. When their first woman commissioner [Sam Mostyn] was basically forced on to them, no male would stand aside so they ended up having to extend the commission; there was a quota-type move. I finally got in as a member of the Melbourne Cricket Club with my mum and sister in 1982 and that was because a quota system was introduced whereby women were allowed to jump the queue and come in on guest passes. That was a massive social change and I still think [former premier] John Cain doesn’t get recognised enough for that. So the quota system works. Nearly every club now has two women on their board. There should be more. Boards are far better because of it. The AFL has to show leadership, and although they have two women on their executive for the first time, there needs, in the next two years, to be four. It’s not good enough that we have only two women commissioners. We need to get that number up to three or four over the next two years. The next AFL chairman – if Mike Fitzpatrick is serious about reform – will be a woman. ●

“the next AFL chairman – if mike fitzpatrick is serious about reform – will be a woman” – Caroline wilson

(MICHAEL RAYNER)

Peggy O’Neal \ President of Richmond Football Club How long have you loved footy? I moved to Richmond in 1991. The first game I went to was a Melbourne-Richmond game. The Southern Stand had just opened so I think it was ’93. It was an April afternoon and beautiful. Richmond lost. I’d listened to it on the radio before, but seeing it live and on a beautiful April afternoon in a new stand was fantastic. Have you ever questioned your love of the game? No, I don’t think I ever question it. When I was approached to

go on the board, a friend said, ‘You’ve got to worry it doesn’t take the romance out of football because you’ll know more’. When the season starts every year, I think, ‘No, the romance is still there and the stuff that goes on between doesn’t really matter’ – because the enduring love of the game is so good.

I think there’s still a lot to be done by all of us in getting women into leadership roles. You look around and there are lots of men there. But I don’t think that’s necessarily the way it’s going to be in future. I’m always treated with respect. And, coming from the law, I’m used to being the only woman in the room.

What has been the biggest improvement in footy in the past 10 years? We’ve seen a more open, inclusive culture. Clubs have done so much to find a place for new Australians and for the original Australians and those who haven’t played the game before but now have the opportunity to do so. The clubs have jumped at the chance to make it everybody’s game and they are in a position to do such good for the community.

What does the AFL need to do to improve things for women? They need to tap into the pool of excellent qualified women out there and open the doors for jobs in executive roles because these well-qualified women who want a role in sports will go somewhere else otherwise. At Richmond we did a gender equity report and one of the things that came out was about recruiting policies. What we’d done at Richmond is to say that whenever we have one of those roles, we’d tell our recruiting agencies that “there must be women in the mix”. ● pwilmoth@theweeklyreview.com.au

Is the AFL still a boys’ club? The AFL has made the big push into women’s football but

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Let’s hope the weather holds out! A It wouldn’t be grand final day without a few beers and I’ve been

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Logan Clementine Pinot Gris 2016 (Orange) $23; 13%

Fortitude Pacer IPA (Queensland) $3.50 (300ml); 2.8%

It’s all about the blend with the La Boheme range. Blueberries and dark cherries are the major aromas here, with strawberries and spice in support. It’s silky, energetic and nuanced – the sort of wine you feel you could drink a lot of and enjoy every sip. Its berry and spice flavours aren’t too full-on and its robust tannins are great with food. ●

Here’s a pink pinot gris – and one of the best going around right now. The colour is a light blush, which comes from the grape’s purple skins making contact with their juice during fermentation. Highly floral with citrus – think new-season mandarin – and honeysuckle, it’s textural and grippy, with fresh acid and a lengthy finish. ●

I’ve never been a fan of highly hopped, full-throttle IPA beers, but light beers packed with hops are an excellent thing. They really add the flavour that’s often missing in a light. Drink this from a glass to get the most out of its zesty citrus and caramel aromas, creamy smooth texture and bitter, hoppy flavours at the end of each sip. ●

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Yalumba Y Series Riesling 2015 (Barossa) $13; 12% There’s a lot of riesling in the Barossa, but it doesn’t always get the accolades it deserves. This is a fabulously floral example – all petals, minerals, quince and citrus – and just the thing for the spring air of a grand final barbecue. It’s really clean and delicious, with texture, minerality and loads of length. ● Enjoy with \ Fish tacos

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stood the test of time. It is run by a talented chef who offers a very friendly, hospitable restaurant with technical cooking that you can’t help but admire. A BIG GROUP \ That’s a really tough one – Melbourne has so many great group dining experiences that it’s hard to choose just one. In Flinders Lane alone you can’t go past CHIN CHIN, SUPERNORMAL or CODA for a great selection of shared dishes. ●

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eventy-five years old, straight-backed and sharp-eyed, Alan Han stares wistfully out the window of his corner shopfront on Johnston Street, humming along to Elvis Presley crooning from the stereo. He yearns for the ’50s and ’60s – a simpler time when there were no such things as mobile phones or “organic” food. This was also an era of great change for Singapore, one of the most densely populated countries in the world, a melting pot of cultures that expresses itself most profoundly in cuisine. The menu at Old Raffles Place deftly reflects Chinese, Malaysian, Indian and British influences, with dishes such as lobak – a juicy, five-spice-laced hawker-style Chiko Roll – and chai tow kway, smoky stir-fried cubes of turnip cake with kecap manis, sitting alongside Hainanese chicken rice, spicy laksa and teh tarik, a sweet “pulled” tea poured from a height to cool it down for easy drinking by the roadside. This is not the time to play it safe. If you see something you’ve never tried before, order it. By the time I get to black sesame pudding and sago in a retro bowl, I’m humming along too, entranced by the romance of a bygone age that will never feel old in this place. ● aliceinframes@theweeklyreview.com.au

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THE HAMPER

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I made a vegetarian lasagne for some female friends the other week. They loved it. But the complaints from the young men in my house when they were presented with the same meal are still reverberating. Food writer Richard Cornish says it was only when he decided to forgo meat that he realised “just how ubiquitous chicken, bacon, ham, preserved and fresh meat had become in the Australian diet”. Richard’s book, My Year Without Meat, promises to make you reassess the contents of your shopping trolley. ●

I’m looking for an opportunity to use the phrase “the tang of a knife”. It’s almost as sensual as the feel of a sharp, perfectly balanced blade. This new range of Prestige knives by Swiss Diamond are made with ice-hardened German steel from tip to handle base (that’s described as a full tang) and have a rounded blade spine. They are put through a rigorous eight-stage grinding and sharpening process and their handles are finely shaped and balanced. The range includes a 20-centimetre chef’s knife and a nine-centimetre paring knife. ●

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THE UTENSILS Now this is a pretty and practical collection for your spring picnic basket. The Polka Dot range by British designer Emma Bridgewater includes melamine bowls, plates, coasters, tins, bags and a picnic rug. The bright colours, with a strong blue accent, will brighten any outdoor event. We’ve got a biscuit barrel, a melamine jug, a bag and a set of four coasters to give away in The Hamper this month. ● MORE ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

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THE PLACE Alfred Place, once home to Mietta’s, Comme and most recently The Stokehouse, has gained a fitout worth almost $5 million. The Cut Steakhouse, by the Urban Purveyor Group, is a “premium casual” restaurant with dark timber finishes and plush leather seating. Executive chef Timothy Martin (The Age Good Food Guide Young Chef of the Year in 2015) is running an impressive dry-aging room that supplies his kitchen with 200-day-aged beef from boutique producers, including Victoria’s Seven Creeks Wagyu and Cape Grim in Tasmania. ● MORE ABOUT THIS RESTAURANT

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Let’s get the pronunciation right: key-a-knee-na. Chianina cattle produce lean, well-muscled beef most famous in the Italian dish Bistecca alla Fiorentina. Isola Chianina, bred on a family farm in South Gippsland, are 100 per cent free range, fully grass-fed and chemical free. The meat has a clean, fresh flavour and a firm-but-tender texture. Farm owners Daniela Mollica and Sam Walker slaughter an animal only when they have enough orders. The whole beast is used and 10-kilogram home packs contain prime and secondary cuts. Isola Chianina is served at restaurants such as Grossi Florentino, Osteria la Passione and D.O.C. and is available online. ● MORE ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

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ou can take Melbourne out of the grand final, but you can’t take the grand final out of Melbourne. Certainly, there’s no other sporting event – not even the Melbourne Cup – that seems to truly define our city. In recognition of the big day’s impact, the AFL last year launched the Foxtel Footy Festival. This four-day celebration brought a quarter of a million people to the lawns around the MCG. This year is expected to be bigger. Danielle Bleazby, director of events for the AFL, is the brains behind the festival. She says the featured activities are designed to lure a wide range of folk (even, unthinkably, non-footy fans). “It’s a great opportunity for family and friends to come down, find a whole lot of giveaways and activities, and just join in that great atmosphere that is Melbourne and football,” Danielle says.” In putting the festival together, she’s been keen to showcase the best of our fine city to interstate visitors. “What we’ve seen with the Perth clubs is they come in on the Wednesday or Thursday and are looking for stuff to do that will enhance their experience of grand final week. So we have some great restaurants

involved, such as Estelle, Biggie Smalls and Lady Carolina, showing off the great multicultural food that is Melbourne.” Visitors will have the chance to try pop-up bars and restaurants, and vote on special football-themed dishes created by some of Melbourne’s best chefs. There will also be plenty of activities for kids, with free films and stalls from Nickelodeon and Disney. The Toyota AFL Grand Final Live site will feature green screens to put you on the field, alongside a chance to try your hand (or voice) at commentating. Fans can have their photos taken with trophies and players from the past, as part of a display of every Premier Cup in existence. To top it all, local hip hop star Illy will be giving a free concert on Grand Final Eve. Of course, the centrepiece of proceedings will be the annual parade, expected to bring 150,000 marchers to the festival main stage. ● mbartlett@theweeklyreview.com.au » 2016 Foxtel Footy Festival September 28 – October 1, Yarra Park, free » afl.com.au/footy-festival

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MISS PEREGRINE’S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN FILM When something monstrous walks into young Jake’s life, he sets off in search of a magical orphanage once home to his grandfather. Said orphanage is a refuge for kids with mysterious powers, presided over by Miss Peregrine (Eva Green). There’s a lot to recommend in this new fantasy adventure – the young adult novel on which it’s based is rightly praised and more Eva Green is always a good thing. And yet, it’s hard to get past director Tim Burton’s cloying style. ■ Opens September 29. Rated CTC, 127 minutes, foxmovies.com/movies/missperegrines-home-for-peculiar-children + WATCH \ Trailer + READ \ Myke’s review

SPEAK LESS THAN YOU KNOW Beethoven meets the Bard for this musical tour through the composer’s complex character. Reading from Ludwig’s letters and memoirs, Shakespearean actor John Bell conjures a lover and a philanderer, a child prodigy who suffered at the hands of an abusive father and a genius with a boundless capacity for wonder at the beauty of the world. Tinalley String Quartet will play movements from Beethoven’s opuses. ■ October 4, 7.30pm. Melbourne Recital Centre. Cost: $30-$50. melbournerecital.com.au

ITALIAN JEWELS: BULGARI STYLE Spectacular jewels and screen gems are the focus of this glittering new display from the Bulgari Heritage Collection. Taking pride of place are pieces from cinema’s Dolce Vita period of the 1950s and ’60s, when Rome was a Hollywood hotspot – with a series of epics such as Ben-Hur and Cleopatra being filmed at the city’s famous Cinecitta Studios. Bulgari creations worn by Elizabeth Taylor, Grace Kelly and Anita Ekberg will be on show alongside classic film snaps and footage. ■ NGV International, opens September 30, free, ngv.vic.gov.au

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PLAY FOR AUSTRALIA This year’s Melbourne Fringe winds down with a season of 600-word plays penned by established and emerging playwrights. The 12 writers are drawn from diverse backgrounds, giving an unusually multifarious portrait of who we are as a nation. Inspired by Tiny Plays For Ireland, this pilot project will see each of the plays first rehearsed during the week of performance, with writers attending shows to discuss their work. ■ September 29 – October 2. Arts Centre Melbourne. Cost: $20. artscentremelbourne.com.au THEATRE

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CITY CALM DOWN These Melbourne rockers return to their home town for the victory lap of their national tour. The foursome have sold out dates across the country following the release of their debut LP In A Restless House – not to mention selling out some massive UK gigs after NME gave them two thumbs up. Musically, they recall the stadium-filling synth-pop of The Killers. ■ September 28, 7.30pm. 170 Russell (formerly Billboard). Cost: $30 citycalmdown.com ● + WATCH \ Border On Control trailer

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THEATRE \ MOTOR-MOUTH LOVES SUCK-FACE This apocalyptic musical by Ant Crowley tells the story of two teenaged geeks, Motor-Mouth and Suck-Face, who want to lose their virginity before the world ends. Featuring a pop-rock score with songs I’d Rather Be A Zombie, Heart Be A Radio and the show-stopping Suck My Armageddon, this is a heartfelt, high-energy romp about a planet on the edge. Dress up as a zombie or a geek to join in the fun! ■ October 6-23. Tuesday-Saturday, 7.30pm. Matinee: Saturday 22, 2pm; Sunday 23, 4pm. Chapel off Chapel, 12 Little Chapel St, Prahran. Cost: $45 full, $35 concession, $28 preview performances and Tuesdays. Inquiries: 8290 7000.

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KIDS’ GELATO-MAKING CLASS Bring the kids along to Pran Central and let them get into the fun of making gelato. The team from Joylati will show them how to make the delicious frozen treat and they can take a small cup of their freshly-made gelato home with them. The Joylati team pride themselves on making gelato the traditional way, using the best ingredients that are in season. Best of all, this workshop is free – so book your child’s place and give them the chance to have fun with gelato. ■ October 2, 11am-2pm. Pran Central Shopping Centre, 325 Chapel Street, Prahran. Cost: free. Inquiries: prancentral.com.au

WHITE BEAM – MELBOURNE FRINGE Melbourne Fringe 2016 culminates with another major illumination event, White Beam by Robin Fox. Hovering tantalisingly out of reach above Prahran’s Grattan Gardens, this giant horizontal beam of focused white light will shimmer and glow with life as it forges a path across the sky. Backed by an electronic soundtrack and swathed in mist, the 15-minute performance promises to be an extraordinary thing to behold as the beam pulses and builds to a crescendo. ■ September 29 – October 2, 6-11.30pm. Grattan Gardens, Greville Street, Prahran. Cost: free. Inquiries: melbournefringe.com.au

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NORMIE ROWE Long been regarded as one of Australia’s most successful singers, Normie Rowe’s long and illustrious career spans nearly 50 years – dating back to when he was a teenager. Join Normie for this memorable concert and be transported back to the 1960s with his greatest hits including Ooh La La, It’s Not Easy It Ain’t Necessarily So and his double Easy, gold record, Que Sera Sera with its hit B-side Shakin All Over Over. ■ October 5, 11am. Hawthorn Arts Centre, 360 Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Cost: $15 single or $13 per person for groups of 8+. Inquiries: hawthornartscentre@boroondara.vic.gov.au

STONNINGTON SPRING INTO GARDENING FESTIVAL Spring Into Gardening is Stonnington City Council’s award-winning sustainability and gardening festival. Held at Prahran’s Victoria Gardens and drawing an average of 5000 keen gardening enthusiasts each year, the one-day festival features expert talks, demonstrations, market stalls, children’s entertainment, live music and the highly anticipated great plant giveaway. Get along and enjoy a fun day out for the whole family. ■ October 9, 11am-3pm. Victoria Gardens, High Street, Prahran. Cost: free. Inquiries: 8290 1333 ● COMPILED BY JEMIMAH CLEGG

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The Wrong Girl \ Ten, September 28, 8.30pm tenplay.com.au/channel-ten/the-wrong-girl Lily (Jessica Marais) is a hard-working TV producer with a knack for making bad decisions. In one night, she manages to destroy her friendship with bestie Pete and offend the handsome celebrity chef she’s supposed to be recruiting for her breakfast show. There’s no getting around the debt to Bridget Jones, but both cast and script are strong enough and funny enough (Jessica the perfect mix of nous and disaster) for this to be a hit in its own right. ● + WATCH \ Trailer

+ Fight Like A Girl by Clementine Ford, Allen and Unwin, $29.99 allenandunwin.com.au + The Hate Race by Maxine Beneba-Clarke, Hachette, $32.99 hachette.com.au The memoir boom continues with this twin set from two superb local writers. Both books are designed to pack a punch. Maxine Beneba-Clarke’s poetic and powerful Hate Race offers a window into the casual racism people of colour experience. In Fight Like A Girl Clementine Ford issues a rallying cry for disempowered women. ● + READ \ Myke’s interview with Maxine Beneba-Clarke + WIN \ A copy of The Hate Race thanks to Andrew’s Books Ivanhoe.

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Orphan Ricky has been shunted from foster family to foster family. Having styled himself as a ghetto-style gangsta, he gets a shock when he winds up on a farm under the care of salty Aunt Bella. Grumpy Uncle Hec (Sam Neill) is less taken with Ricky, but the two end up bonding when they go on the run from the authorities. A warm-hearted, rough-edged and thoroughly loveable comedy from the director of What We Do In The Shadows. ● WATCH \ Hunt for the Wilderpeople trailer

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O V E R H E A R D … 10am, Tuesday @ High Street, Glen Iris “I watch what I eat – I watch it go right into my mouth”

TONY JONES Tony Jones, Nine News Melbourne’s sports presenter, recently celebrated 30 years at the Nine Network. He has covered many major sporting events, including the historic 1994 tour of South Africa by the Australian cricket team. He lives in Balwyn North with his wife Annette and two kids, Mitchell and Lauren, and loves the neighbourhood for its proximity to the city and public transport. “It just seems to be the perfect location,” Tony says. Where do you go for a sneaky takeaway? My favourite would be Lemongrass Chicken. There’s no better chicken, and their chips aren’t bad either.

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For a great cup of coffee? I don’t drink coffee – instead, I’ll have a massive milkshake. For the best I usually go to Hahndorf’s. For Friday-night drinks? I don’t mind the Sports Bar at the Manningham

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For when friends come from out of town? I take them to the Docklands area on the Yarra. It’s a great part of town and there are plenty of good bars there. The one I’d always choose first is the General Assembly. The Sporting Globe in Richmond is also a favourite. To brush out the cobwebs? Since we got our dog we’ve become regulars at the Koonung Creek Trail, which runs along the Eastern Freeway in North Balwyn. The dogs can run free, and it’s great for running and cycling. Definitely one of the area’s best attractions. For the perfect meal? This is the bogan coming out in me: sausages, mashed potatoes, peas and carrots. If I was to go out, the Box Hill RSL always has good meals. ● JEMIMAH CLEGG

Lemongrass Chicken 70 Doncaster Road, Balwyn North. 9859 8000 ● Hahndorf’s 107 Bulleen Road, Balwyn North. 9857 0441 ● Manningham Hotel 1 Thompsons Road, Bulleen. 9850 2777 ● The General Assembly 29 South Wharf Promenade, South Wharf. 9682 6007 ● The Sporting Globe 288 Bridge Road, Richmond. 9428 2656 ● Koonung Creek Trail starts at Koonung Creek Reserve, Balwyn North ● Box Hill RSL 26-28 Nelson Road, Box Hill. 9898 5992

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Having projects to work on where pieces are going to live longer than I am – I just put one at Mt Buller that will be there way longer than I live. ●

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Fenton & Fenton 471 High Street, Prahran 9533 2323 Designer wares including chairs, beds, sideboards and more. The team can also help you style your home.

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The Industrial Revolution 200 Burwood Road, Hawthorn 9818 5870 Reclaimed timber, metal accent pieces and vintage signs can all be found at this mecca for industrial-look lovers. A huge range of tables, stools, storage and more.

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The Fontaine Collection 1/657 Chapel Street, South Yarra 9827 5396 Classically designed chairs, tables, accent pieces and more can be found at this well-curated store.

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The pay-off Immediately afterwards I feel endorphins running wild in my body. I sleep like a baby that night and notice my skin is super smooth the next day. Also, the Sunlighten system claims a 30-minute session can burn up to 600 calories while I lie there.

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The promise A 30-minute session in a solo sauna to relax, recharge and reinvigorate.

The pain factor On my first visit, I had planned to meditate but I found myself unable to focus on anything but the heat, which was strangely liberating – I was forced out of my head and into my body. The second and third times, however, the heat felt less oppressive and I was able to totally zone out. Who should try it? Those who like it hot, want to release toxins or are experiencing poor circulation or pain. The bill? It’s $35 for a casual session and there are discounted monthly bundles. (ISTOCK)

The reality When calling to book, I ask what I’m in for and the owner, Symee, says I will be alone in a private room for 30 minutes. “Oh, I’d better bring a book, then!” I say, thinking this is a clever idea. “You’ll be lying down in the sauna,” says Symee. “No phone, no reading – nothing.” It takes me a second to compute this. Once there, I slip into my personal sauna, which is a horizontal, dome-shaped contraption. Rainforest sounds play in the background. My body is immersed in the 58-degree, towel-lined interior while my head stays out. It’s a dry heat that feels like lying in the sun (but without the harmful effects!). I start to sweat profusely about 10 minutes in and at one point I take my arms out to give myself a break. Somehow I’m surprised when the timer starts beeping to signify that 30 minutes is up.

WOULD I DO IT AGAIN?

Yes – I went three times! ●

INSPIRING THE LEADER WITHIN At MLC, we understand that everyone can lead, and that leadership can be developed in all who seek it. Whether a student is interested in volunteering, driving change or paving the way in technological innovation, MLC’s pursuit of curricular and co-curricular excellence provides our girls with the skills and experiences they need to become independent world-ready women. Join us at our upcoming Information Session on Tuesday, 11 October at 9.15am or our Twilight Tour on Tuesday, 8 November at 5.15pm. Book online at mlc.vic.edu.au/visitus

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Urban Choice by Peter Sheppard opened in May this year, bringing some of the popular Peter Sheppard brands of quality women’s footwear to Camberwell. Who’s behind the counter? Store manager Mary-Jane Hogg has worked for the company for more than 20 years. She and her team are experienced shoe-fitters, meaning their customers can find shoes that not only look great but feel great. “Customers can come in and sit down, have their feet measured and are looked after and helped to find the right shoe for them,” she says. What’s in store? High-quality footwear brands from Europe include Pikolinos and Hispanitas from Spain, Ara and Waldlaufer from Germany and Legero from Austria. “We have shoes that have movable footbeds for people who need orthotics or, for people with problem feet, we have shoes with soft-contoured footbeds to give them the extra support,” Mary-Jane says. Even their more fashion-forward styles have extra padding and are designed with comfort in mind, she adds. “Even if people aren’t at the stage where

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they’re having to go to a podiatrist, they’ve got the extra comfort there.” Who’s buying? Local women of all ages who are looking for stylish and comfortable shoes. “We’ve got our beautiful big store in the city, but this allows some of our customers to have a quality shopping experience in the suburbs,” Mary-Jane says. ● JEMIMAH CLEGG

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OVER THE FENCE STEVE & JUSTINE \ AR M ADALE

How we met

Steve Stefanopoulos is the heritage collection and records manager at Loreto Mandeville Hall and also runs Stonnington heritage walks. He met Justine Barnett more than a decade ago when they were working together and they are now close friends and neighbours in Armadale.

STEVE STEFANOPOULOS \ 41 I was working at St Francis Church in the city. It has an archive and museum collection and Justine was doing a placement there while studying, so that’s how we met. We got to know each other better once she moved to Armadale. She’s such a bubbly personality and she’s constantly engaging, interesting and really knowledgeable. She’s one of those people you can just ring up and have a chat or meet for a coffee for 15 minutes and then just rack off and that’s fine. We might not see each other for months and then as soon as we see each other again, there’s no loss of connection. When my cat Russell died two years ago, she said, ‘Do you need me to come over?’ I was devastated, but she helped me through it. Also, she has a key to our place so if we’re locked out – and we were once – she can come let us in. We also go along to community events together, like jazz and opera in the park. ● » Steve is hosting a guided tour of Mandeville Hall, October 9, 2pm. Inquiries: steve.stefanopoulos@ loretotoorak.vic.edu.au or 9823 8157

JUSTINE BARNETT \ 36 I’ve lived in Armadale for about 10 years now. We knew each other a long time ago but I didn’t live up here then; I lived in Frankston. Then I moved up here with my partner Chris and it was pure coincidence that we literally lived down the road. Ever since we moved here I’d “We’d make bump into Steve and his partner sure the cat Craig all the time. We’ve seen a lot of each other and seen how had food” our lives have changed over the years; I saw him get together with Craig, he’s seen me pregnant and have my baby, do a career change and all that sort of stuff. When Steve had his cat Russell, my son Isaac and I would come over and feed him when Steve was away. We kind of made an outing out of it; we’d come and check the place out and make sure the cat had food and a brush. Isaac loved this little ceramic frog Steve had at the front door. Every single time we’d come in he’d have to pick it up and hold it while we fed Russell. It’s been great. There’s a good sense of community here. ● Solid: Steve Stefanopoulos and Justine Barnett with a portrait of Steve’s cat Russell. (MICHAEL RAYNER) JEMIMAH CLEGG

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etting back to where you belong – whether it’s G heading home from a winter break, or heading out on workaday duties – feels pretty good in a

RON’S VERDICT One of the best in its class. ●

Tucson. There’s a sense that you’re in safe hands within its sturdy body, with plenty of power, yet you feel comfortably in control, thanks to its responsive steering and clear, accessible driving instruments. The safety aspect goes up a notch with automatic emergency braking and rear-traffic alert, which warns you if a car or pedestrian is approaching as you back out of a driveway or parking spot. Safe, roomy and comfy, it is clearly all about the family, with big doors and boot space to fit kids and all their stuff. Despite a nice line in leather, which also elevates the price, the interior is somewhat uninspired. All the design effort has gone into the eye-catching exterior of curves flowing around elongated window and headlight shapes, with a handsome grille and subtle chrome underscoring. ●

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A 136-kilowatt 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel with six-speed auto

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S PAC E S

URBAN SPACES RIVERSDALE BY STELLER

The selling point High-end two-storey townhouses and larger apartments a few steps from the epicentre of Camberwell’s prized lifestyle precinct.

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n Melbourne’s prestigious inner-east all roads seem to lead to Camberwell Junction, which is continually evolving as an ever-more-popular lifestyle hub with hundreds of choices for dining, shopping and entertainment. At a site that’s just a four-minute walk from the junction, boutique residential specialist Steller has released a high-end, five-level development of six two-storey townhouses and 32 larger-format apartments. Apartments start at $550,000 and the two-storey townhouses at $910,000. Architect Ewert Leaf’s design for Riversdale will create a distinctive statement with dramatic geometric forms outlined in natural concrete and filled with fine timber-look horizontal battens forming stylish shade and privacy buffers. The upper levels have timber-look cladding and soffits and the building is capped by a penthouse level surrounded by expansive terraces. Developer-builder Steller has a long-established reputation for designing and building bespoke owner-occupier-targeted developments that offer larger formats and luxury design features, finishes and fittings. Steller director James Cirelli says the inclusion of the six two-storey town residences on the north-facing Riversdale Road frontage is a first for a Steller development. “Townhouse-style living is extremely hard to find in this area and there has been exceptional interest prior to launch from local buyers. There’s also high demand for more exclusive boutique developments with fewer

residences; with a choice, people prefer to live in a smaller complex. “We know people want more space, more storage, high-quality, low-maintenance finishes and fittings and on-ground parking in a sustainable building. Our residences all have 2.7-metre ceilings, double glazing and full concrete construction.” After developing its own sustainability initiatives Steller strives to provide an average rating of seven stars. Sustainable features

include solar panels on the roof to light common areas, rainwater catchment for toilet flushing and design features such as concrete construction with additional insulation to reduce energy costs and noise. Riversdale residences all include one to two on-ground car parks, storage in the secure basement and audio-visual intercoms. Completion is anticipated in early 2018. ● LIZ McLACHLAN lmclachlan@theweeklyreview.com.au

Location, location Riversdale is about 7 kilometres east of the CBD and a few moments from Camberwell Junction with scores of cafes, restaurants and stores. On foot it is four minutes to the art deco Rivoli Cinemas, six minutes to Camberwell Primary School and 10 minutes to Camberwell station.

THE BUILD Address \ 402-408 Riversdale Road, Hawthorn East Developer \ Steller Building & interior design \ Ewert Leaf Sales \ James 0401 570 180 or Toby 0403 686 403 Display \ 402 Riversdale Road, Hawthorn East Open \ 10am to noon Saturday & Sunday or by appointment » riversdale-road.com.au Living area \ 52-153 square metres Outdoor space \ 8-93 square metres Facilities \ Wall-mounted split-system heating and cooling, secure on-ground basement parking and storage, audio-visual intercom. Pricing guide \ One bedroom Two bedrooms Three bedrooms Two-storey townhouse

from $550,000 from $575,000 from $915,000 from $910,000

TOWNHOUSES

KITCHEN

BATHROOM

The six two-storey townhouses all have a north-facing aspect and secure private pedestrian gates to Riversdale Road. All have ground-level living areas opening to private courtyard gardens and several also have an upper-level balcony. Four have a ground-level bath or powder room with one or two further bathrooms upstairs and two bedrooms. One townhouse has a third bedroom and all but one of the main bedrooms has a walk-in wardrobe. As in the apartments, natural oak flooring and handwoven wool chevron carpets finish living and bedroom floors. ●

Contemporary luxury and elegance abound in the Riversdale kitchens, which all feature a marble island bench lit by an overhead pendant. Carrara marble flows over the benchtops, splashbacks and the waterfall-ended island benches, which have an exposed wine rack. High-end pearl white French De Dietrich appliances comprise a wall oven, built-in microwave, induction or gas cooktop and integrated dishwasher. There’s also a Fisher & Paykel integrated refrigerator and an Ilve concealed rangehood. The white 2pac joinery has finger-pull handles. ●

Residents will feel spoilt in the bathrooms with their attention-to-detail design and natural finishes. A Carrara marble oval basin sits above the white stone-topped floating vanity. There’s a full-height oak-veneer corner cabinet with pull-out shelving and laundry bin and a heated swivel towel rail. Stone-style porcelain tiling finishes the floor and walls. The walk-in shower has a feature wall of polished white herringbone patterned tile with a timber-tile niche, dual showerheads and a frameless glass screen. Some larger apartments include a bath. ●

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THE STYLIST JANUARY JONES GOES ON THE INSIDE

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simple way to add luxury to your interiors is with rich jewel colours. Think amethyst, sapphire navy, emerald green and bold rust tones. Use in bursts with statement pieces to bring any living space to life. Shelley Boyd, of Boyd Blue, gives us her top tips on introducing jewel colours into your interiors. ●

CUSHIONS

Scatter cushions in jewel colours easily create a fresh look and brighten up your sofa.

G L A S S WA R E

Try introducing coloured hand-blown glassware. When sunlight hits the glass it gives off a beautiful look.

ART

Artworks can instantly change the feel of a room. Adding beautiful, bold, abstract art is a simple way to bring in colour.

PLANT LIFE

Add some greenery. Bringing nature back into your home creates a lovely energy.

TEXTURES

JEWEL COLOURS

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POT Brass pot, $9, from Kmart

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Brilliant Sunset, 1000 x 1500 millimetre, $1570, from Boyd Art, Boyd Blue

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PERSONAL SPACE AT H O M E W I T H J E N N I F E R H A N S E N

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f the vibe in Jennifer Hansen’s Brighton home seems more than welcoming it may not all be down to the vivacious host. Before locking in renovation plans for the Edwardian home the Smoothfm 91.5 More Music Breakfast Show news presenter shares with actor husband Alan Fletcher (Neighbours Neighbours mainstay Dr Karl Kennedy), Jennifer sought the advice of a feng shui expert. “The back doors are on an angle, the entrance behind the kitchen is on an angle and the stove top is on an angle: all designed to make it a warm, inviting place for entertaining. And I have to say whenever we have dinner parties everyone has a great time,” laughs the mum of two, who has recently published her first novel Making Headlines as an eBook. “We put up with the 1950s wallpaper and poo-brown carpet for a few years before we actually started to renovate and have done it bit by bit. “I would call my style comfortable contemporary.” ● SARAH HARRIS sharris@theweeklyreview.com.au » smooth.com.au jenniferhansen.com.au

CROSS I’m not particularly religious but I do like religious iconography and, because I was brought up as a Christian, I do appreciate crosses on many levels. I like this one for its artistry and styling. It also echoes a spiritual connection to my past.

HANDBAG This T Tom Ford handbag is the most expensive handbag I’ve ever bought and I still feel guilty about it. I was in Hawaii awaii with a girlfriend, who insisted I should buy it. Then, hen, after agonising for days, I discovered it was called the “Jennifer” bag, which sealed the deal.

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We bought this to go in our daughter’s courtyard but realised it needed a flat surface so it ended up in the sunroom. I love it but it has a downside. Every time you sit in it and swing it makes a really loud creaking noise that no amount of oil will fix.

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FIRST NOVEL

ELEPHANTS

A dear friend opened up a new homewares store and we felt we needed to buy something. But I fell in love with these Indian steel lamps and think they work really well in our sunroom.

This is a signed piece of memorabilia that Alan bought at a charity auction because he knows I’m a huge John Lennon fan and that we share the same birthday.

My first novel Making Headlines has been published by Harper Collins. It is kind of like Bridget Jones meets The Devil Wears Prada. I have always wanted to write.

This was a wedding gift from a good friend, who said elephants only ever had one life partner and she wished that for us as well. So far so good!

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AGENTS INDEX FLETCHERS 100-104 GREG HOCKING 75 HOCKING STUART 76-77 JELLIS CRAIG 79-99 KAY & BURTON 108-113 MARSHALL WHITE 50-75 McGRATH 105 MILES 78 NELSON ALEXANDER 114-115 NOEL JONES 107 RAINE & HORNE 116 RAY WHITE 49 RT EDGAR 38-48 SOTHEBY’S 106-107 W. KASTELAN & ASSOCIATES 77 WILLIAMS BATTERS 36-37

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THE LIGHT FANTASTI F C 33 HAWKSBURN ROA RO D, SOUTH YARRA, 3141

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ight and space come together in perfect harmony at this two-storey house in one of South Yarra’s best-known streets. The house, renovated by Victoria Hamer Architects, is wrapped in floor-to-ceiling windows that let natural light fill every room. The balance of house to land is excellent. Its 596 square metres of land is enough to provide front and back gardens and create a sense of space in one of South Yarra’s premium pockets. The house seems even bigger because of its terrific connection to the outdoor zones. The landscaped gardens bring the outside in, making it almost impossible to believe you are so close to the vibrant hub of the Chapel Street and Toorak Road corner. It feels more like the Mediterranean with its north-west paved travertine terrace and the swimming pool and high boundary walls with espaliered oranges and lemons. A row of slender pencil pines camouflages the neighbouring properties and only the Channel Ten logo atop the Como Centre gives the game away. The front garden comprises lawn and a single feature tree. Simplicity is key. On the tall side boundary wall, an espaliered wisteria that’s about to flower will soon turn the white wall into a strong shade of purple. The open-plan design connects the foyer with the full-width dining and informal living room. The dining area has a wall of windows that overlook a private Japanese garden. The rest of the room is given over to the living area, where an open fireplace is a reminder that Melbourne isn’t all sun and light. At the ground floor’s mid-point, a door opens to a north-facing courtyard with low hedges of kumquat. On the other side of the building, a large mirrored powder room again shows that space is well-utilised. The large laundry is also tucked away on this southern side. In the kitchen, family and meals area, the rear wall of glass and full-height glass doors let the light in, but a retractable awning ensures protection from the sun.

The kitchen is sleek, with a long Calacatta marble island bench that seats six. On the other side of the bench is a six-burner Smeg stove with a semi-commercial Miele rangehood. Storage above and below the bench is excellent, the double-door fridge is within arm’s reach and the whole design puts the cook at the centre with a good view of the outdoors and the living room, where a built-in white storage unit features a Calacatta marble top. The butler’s pantry is hidden behind the kitchen. It has a sink, second dishwasher and excellent storage and preparation space. Upstairs, all four bedrooms and the family bathroom open off the wide hall. The main bedroom has access to a full-width north-facing balcony. The walk-in wardrobe connects to a marble en suite with double shower. Three other bedrooms are served by another marble bathroom with bath, double shower and twin basins. Two at the front have doors to very generous balconies. All three have built-in desks and shelves. There is also a study with desks that create two workstations. Hawksburn Road was one of the earliest subdivisions in South Yarra. It is known for its Victorian houses. Leading to this property from the Toorak Road end of Hawksburn Road, there are single-storey terraces on either side of the street. As the road goes uphill, the houses become bigger and grander. Two-storey Victorian houses are common. Then come the Edwardians and a few 20th-century builds. This late-20th-century house is a beauty, not just because of its sophisticated accommodation but also because it offers a remote-controlled double garage with internal entry and extra off-street parking. These are prized assets in built-up South Yarra. There’s also has a long list of top-class appointments such as air-conditioning and underfloor heating, surround sound, video intercom, alarm, ducted vacuuming and water tanks. ● MARIA HARRIS property@theweeklyreview.com.au

final word this is a UNIQUE CONTEMPORARY HOusE ON APPROXIMATELY L LY 596 SQUaRE METRES IN SOUTH YARRA.” MIKE GIBSON – AGENT

EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS PROPERTY EDITOR \ MARIA HARRIS property@theweeklyreview.com.au M \ 0409 009 766

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ADVERTISING INQUIRIES REGIONAL SALES MANAGER \ MATTHEW MAASDIJK mmaasdijk@theweeklyreview.com.au M \ 0417 307 710

Fast facts \ Contemporary four-bedroom house with light-filled formal and informal living areas; study; Calacatta marble kitchen with Smeg and Miele appliances; large butler’s pantry; powder room; main suite with balcony, marble en suite, dressing room/ walk-in wardrobe; parquetry in all living areas; reverse-cycle air-conditioning; underfloor heating; Bose surround sound system; video intercom; monitored alarm; ducted vacuum; large laundry; water tanks; landscaped gardens; swimming pool; close to shops, schools and transport

The real estate cover story (right) and We Love It property reviews on the following pages have been visited by TWR journalists. Agents’ Choices and Out of Town are promotions provided by the selling agent.

South Yarra \ 5 kilometres from the city

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South Yarra life

PLAY

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ROYAL BOTANIC TANIC GARDENS T Guilfoyle’s Volcano is a feature at the highest point of the Royal Botanic Gardens. rbg.vic.gov.au

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DA NOI Da Noi means “our place” and you’ll feel right at home at Melbourne’s first Sardinian restaurant. danoi.com.au

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MECCA COSMETICA The gorgeous Mecca Cosmetica flagship store in Toorak Road is a must for its skin-care and make-up products. mecca.com.au

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EAST MELBOURNE \ 79 GIPPS STREET A single-level floor plan makes this Edwardian house a beautiful anomaly in East Melbourne, where “period” usually means an 1860s terrace with steep stairs. Here, from verandah to rear courtyard, the gradient is a soothing zero all the way. Built of tuck-pointed red brick, the house was extended in 2010 with a new kitchen and family area to complement its living and dining rooms. The interior is impeccable: pale gold walls, crystal chandeliers and leadlight conspire to bounce the sunshine around and bring levity to grandeur. It’s a house to which a harried CEO (or member of parliament) would love to come home – and invite friends. From the parquet hall, turn left to the large study. Handsome with bookcases either side of the grey marble fireplace, it’s a suitable place to ponder affairs of state. Two double bedrooms have wardrobes; the main bathroom is semi en suite to both and has a tub and shower. Across the hall, the main bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and en suite with shower. The adjoining living and dining rooms open to a side courtyard. White bifold doors lead to the kitchen, cool in grey marble with a Viking 1800-millimetre gas range. The butler’s pantry has a Liebherr refrigerator. The oak-floored meals and family area opens to the bluestone courtyard and granite barbecue. The double carport has laneway access. ● ALISON BARCLAY

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32 Larnook Street, Prahran 3

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38 Alta Street, Canterbury 3

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Agent: Daiman Kane 0417 014 413 ................................................................. Price: $1.5 million - $1.65 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday October 1 at 10am ................................................................. OFI: Thu 12.30-1pm; Sat 9.30-10am .................................................................

Agent: Mark Read 0402 215 841 ................................................................. Price: $2 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday October 15 at noon ................................................................. OFI: Thu 1-1.30pm; Sat 11-11.30am .................................................................

Agent: Gary Ormrod 0419 588 331 ................................................................. Price: $1.2 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday October 15 at 11am ................................................................. OFI: Wed 6-6.30pm; Sat 11-11.30am .................................................................

Agent: Shamit Verma 0401 137 597 ................................................................. Price: About $2 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday October 8 at 1.30pm ................................................................. OFI: Thu 12.30-1pm; Sun 1-1.30pm .................................................................

This four-bedroom home has an elevated position on the high side of the road, just a short stroll from the Greythorn Shopping Centre.

Beautifully sunny and deceptively spacious, this lovely home is full of surprises both inside and out.

This classic, modernised Edwardian home offers a blend of character and contemporary elements, with a tranquil private courtyard.

Behind a striking heritage facade on 694sqm (approx), this 1929 attic-style Hassett Estate residence presents a spacious and light-filled floor plan.

Let's eat lunch @ The Jolly Miller, 315 Doncaster Road Let's eat dinner @ Kunyit, 283 Doncaster Road Let's drink coffee @ Caffe Romeo, 319 Doncaster Road

Let's eat lunch @ Cafe 287, 287 Doncaster Road Let's eat dinner @ Yiannis Tavern, 840 High Street Let's drink coffee @ Delcacies, 63 Doncaster Road

Let's eat lunch @ Coin Laundry Cafe, 61 Armadale Street Let's eat dinner @ Lona, 936 High Street Let's drink coffee @ Spoonful, 543 High Street

Let's eat lunch @ Between Us, 141 Maling Road Let's eat dinner @ Charntra Thai, 740 Riversdale Road Let's drink coffee @ Our Little Secret, 722 Riversdale Road

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TOORAK \ 10 LISBUOY COURT This contemporary town residence is in one of Toorak’s most prestigious pockets. A recent design by Nicholas Day, it offers space, premium fittings and a coveted location. Inside combines elegant finishes and bright modern interiors with high ceilings, European oak floors and a private lift. A library is first off the foyer inside the front door. Next is a spacious dining area with a striking pendant light fitting and large windows. After a powder room and the laundry, the house opens up into a rear living hub. The kitchen takes up a generous portion of this zone. It has a muted colour scheme with stone benchtops and Miele appliances, and there’s a well-fitted butler’s pantry. The living area has a gas fireplace and full-height bifold doors to a bluestone-paved courtyard. The solar-heated pool, which is surrounded by manicured gardens, takes pride of place in the courtyard. Upstairs, the main bedroom has a backlit feature wall decorated with French linen wallpaper. The walk-in wardrobe leads to a luxurious marble en suite with underfloor heating, double vanity, glass-door shower and freestanding bath. The other bedrooms also have en suites, and built-in wardrobes. There’s a basement garage for three vehicles, and space dedicated to wine storage and a home gym. ● SUZAN DELIBASIC

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SURREY HILLS \ 8 CHARLES STREET

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CAMBERWELL \ 633 RIVERSDALE ROAD

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PROPERTY ID » 2013046002

Price \ About $1.4 million

Jellis Craig \ 9810 5000

Auction \ October 8 at 11am

PROPERTY ID » 2013051131

Price \ $2.7 million +

Auction \ October 8 at 11am

Once you’re past the heritage facade, this double-fronted Victorian proves itself to be a house that has been thoroughly renovated and uniquely extended. The original, c1890 build has been flawlessly maintained and retains its allure. The three good-sized bedrooms at the front have period features such as painted cornices, ceiling roses and open fireplaces. The carpeted main bedroom has a bright, modern en suite and walk-in wardrobe. The other two bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, and one has polished timber floors. From here, the central hall is encased in glass, offering garden views on the way to the living areas at the rear. Back here, formal carpeted living and dining rooms step up to a more casual slate-floored family room, meals area and white Caesarstone kitchen with stainless-steel appliances. At the back of the property, next to a two-car garage, is a freestanding studio or fourth bedroom with polished timber floors. A charming brick courtyard rounds out the property. ● JULIAN HEALEY

Built in 1900, Amber is a glorious Queen Anne house. In addition to its exquisite heritage features, it enjoys modern touches and a key position on a 1059-square-metre corner block. The picture-perfect facade comes neatly contained by gardens, a sunny courtyard and saltwater pool. The interior features intricate hallway arches, cornices, pressed ceilings, ceiling roses and touches of leadlight beneath high ceilings. The floor plan offers great flexibility. What were once formal living and dining rooms are now a fifth bedroom and lounge. These rooms are impressive, with a marble fireplace in the lounge and a turret window in the bedroom opposite. The main bedroom has an en suite, built-in wardrobes and an open fireplace, while two of the remaining bedrooms also have open fireplaces. The house ends in an open-plan meals and living area and black granite kitchen with convenient access to a large, luxurious bathroom and study. A wall of doors in this zone opens to a north-facing courtyard. ● JULIAN HEALEY

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49 Molesworth Street, Kew 4

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Agent: Mark McLoughlin 0419 369 697 ................................................................. Price: POA ................................................................. Auction: Saturday October 1 at 10.30am ................................................................. OFI: Thu 11-11.30am; Sat 10-10.30am .................................................................

Striking, elevated, light-filled family residence in a quiet tree-lined street superbly located within walking distance to fashionable Toorak Village.

Experience exclusive Yarra-side serenity from this classic four-bedroom, twobathroom home in the illustrious Studley Park precinct.

Let's eat lunch @ The Stables of Como Cafe, Cnr Williams Road & Lechlade Avenue Let's eat dinner @ Bistro Thierry, 511 Malvern Road Let's drink coffee @ Monkey Bean, 475 Toorak Road

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This Georgian revival villa is at the end of a secluded court in one of Melbourne’s most sought-after areas. Its siting, close to the street, results in a wide, private, north-facing garden. A wide gallery with a spectacular, barrel-vaulted ceiling bisects the house –

bedrooms to the right, living to the left. Rich floorings further define areas: parquetry in the living rooms, Italian marble tiles in bathrooms and carpet in all bedrooms. The main suite, overlooking the garden, has a fitted dressing room. Its glamorous bathroom has twin basins, a double shower and tub. Two more double bedrooms share a second

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bathroom. A bookshelf-lined study adjacent to the entry also has external access, making it suitable as a home office. The classically proportioned drawing room with gas fire and columned entry is the first impression that greets visitors. This, together with four-metre ceilings, imparts a rare air of luxury.

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Day-to-day family living is well planned-for. A sitting area merges into a meals area. The large kitchen, with oak cabinetry, is backed up by a butler’s pantry/utility room. Zoned air-conditioning caters for comfort while vacuum, security and rainwater systems provide further amenity. The area is noted for its range of public schools. ● NEIL CLEREHAN

Auction \ October 8 at 12.30pm

KEW EAST 33a Westbrook St

Nelson Alexander 115

135 Walsh St 4/51 Acland St

Kay & Burton 110 Kay & Burton 111

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33 Queens Pde

Jellis Craig

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24 Wallace

1 & 2, 61 Talbot Cres W. Kastelan & Associates

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BYRON BAY 36 Lawson

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Ed Silk Byron Bay 117

CAMBERWELL 6 Gavan

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2/292 Tooronga 6 Ellis 18 Fuller Ave

Fletchers 100

HAWTHORN 65 44

ASHBURTON 16a Nicholas St

Marshall White

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28 Johnson St 530 Burwood Rd

Marshall White Marshall White

90 54 69 69

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1112/108 Flinders St

38 Frederick St

Jellis Craig

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BALWYN NORTH 64 Greythorn Rd

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COLLINGWOOD 115

DOCKLANDS 58 South Wharf Dve

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12 Heather Crt 36 Invermay Gve 22 Fletcher

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MIDDLE PARK 2, 242 Beaconsfield Pde

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TRINITY BEACH Vasey Esplanade

EAST MELBOURNE 79 Gipps St

BRIGHTON EAST 333 South Rd

Marshall White

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BULLEEN 15 Millicent Ave

Jellis Craig

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FLINDERS 117

GLEN IRIS McGrath 105

25 Dorrington Ave

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SOUTH YARRA 20 Argo 33 Hawksburn

Sotheby’s 106

Fletchers 104

8 Valley Rd

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Landmark Harcourts 117

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23 Canberra Road Toorak Striking elevated light filled family residence situated in a quiet tree lined street superbly located within walking distance to Toorak Village shops, cafes, restaurants, transport and parklands, set on 733m2 approx. Comprising formal lounge, separate dining, large open plan kitchen/meals area, informal sitting opening out to West facing terrace, substantial master bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe, 3 further bedrooms each with built in robes, 1 with ensuite, 2 bathrooms, study, home theatre, sauna, spa, off street car parking for 2 cars, heating and cooling, security system. 23canberraroad-toorak.com AUCTION Saturday 15th October at 11.00am (Unless sold prior) VIEW Wednesday 2.00-2.30pm & Saturday 11.00-11.30am Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 | Oliver Booth 0413 975 723 rtedgar.com.au 38 The weekly review \ SEPTEMBER 28, 2016


85 Stanhope Street Malvern Showcasing period elegance this 3 bedroom Boom style Victorian combines family appeal with a first class location and scope to further enhance. Comprising: Master with en suite and walk in robe, family bathroom, separate laundry, formal sitting room, kitchen adjoining open plan informal spaces leading to North facing backyard, in ground pool, cabana with kitchenette and bathroom facilities and 2 off street parking spaces. Superbly positioned in a beautiful tree lined street, just moments to Malvern Gardens, High Street and Glenferrie Road's famous cafes and restaurants. 85stanhopestreet-malvern.com AUCTION Saturday 15th October at 11.00am (Unless sold prior) VIEW Wednesday & Saturday 12.00-12.30pm Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 | Justine Harris 0407 332 618 rtedgar.com.au SEPTEMBER 28, 2016 \ The weekly review 39


9 Hampden Road Armadale Magnificent solid brick Victorian family home set on a generous allotment of approx. 630sqm combining tall ceilings, abundant period features with light filled contemporary spaces offering 4 bedrooms plus study in one of Armadale’s most prestigious tree lined streets. Comprising: Formal sitting room, formal dining room, Miele equipped kitchen adjoining informal living spaces overlooking landscaped rear garden. Master with en suite and WIR, family bathroom, ducted heating/cooling and secure off street parking for 2 from rear lane complete this home’s list of credentials. 9hampdenroad-armadale.com AUCTION Saturday 22nd October at 11.00am (Unless sold prior) VIEW Wednesday & Saturday 11.00-11.30am Justine Harris 0407 332 618 | Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 rtedgar.com.au 40 The weekly review \ SEPTEMBER 28, 2016


82 Beaver Street Malvern East Substantial solid brick Edwardian home with exceptional proportions, tall ceilings and rich period features offering 5 bedroom accommodation on a generous 1076m2 approx. allotment. Comprising: Entrance hall, formal sitting and dining rooms both with open fire places, master bedroom with en suite/walk in robe and open fire place, family bathroom, library/retreat, open plan kitchen/family room opening to established gardens and outdoor entertaining, ducted heating, reverse cycle air conditioning, laundry, 2 powder rooms, work shed, 2 off street car spaces and single lock up garage. 82beaverstreet-malverneast.com AUCTION Saturday 22nd October at 1.00pm (Unless sold prior) VIEW Wednesday & Saturday 1.00-1.30pm Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 | Justine Harris 0407 332 618 rtedgar.com.au SEPTEMBER 28, 2016 \ The weekly review 41


114 St Georges Road Toorak Bright northern sun, glistening water views and absolute serenity, this highly-sought after, rarely-found riverfront address provides a peerless lifestyle experience, enriched with pure convenience. Situated on manicured common grounds, the three bedroom, three bathroom layout is oriented to consume the verdant and watery views, including three expansive living areas with alfresco patio dining, private lift, remote double garage and exceptional residents’ facilities. A prized location offering numerous recreational activities with easy access to Schools, Toorak Village, Chapel Street and the CBD. AUCTION Saturday 15th October at 11.30am (Unless sold prior) VIEW Wednesday & Thursday 12.00-12.30pm, Saturday 10.00-10.30am Simon Derham 0411 479 994 | Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399 rtedgar.com.au 42 The weekly review \ SEPTEMBER 28, 2016


791 High Street Armadale Sensational architect designed town residence showcasing appealing light filled proportions, bespoke finishes, high ceilings and a preferred Northern rear orientation; superbly positioned meters from High Street’s cosmopolitan lifestyle precincts, cafes and restaurants. Comprising: 3 bedrooms, master with private balcony and en suite, family bathroom, Miele equipped kitchen featuring stone bench tops, adjoining open plan living, dining space, separate formal sitting room, entertainer’s courtyard, low maintenance gardens and secure 2-car basement garage. 791highstreet-armadale.com AUCTION Saturday 15th October at 1.00pm (Unless sold prior) VIEW Wednesday 11.00-11.30am & Saturday 12.00-12.30pm Paul Skafte 0425 865 386 | Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 rtedgar.com.au SEPTEMBER 28, 2016 \ The weekly review 43


17 Granville Street Camberwell Discover a new benchmark of luxury in this spectacular, near-new French provincial home, an uncompromised design providing four bedrooms plus study, delivering exquisite finishes and unequivocal indulgence. Fastidiously designed, lashings of marble and travertine complement hand-crafted Oak parquetry, wool carpets and two-pack joinery. Comprising four extensive living areas and north-facing alfresco dining overlooking a sparkling inground pool, with first-class amenity including four sumptuous bathrooms, lavish Miele kitchen with butler’s pantry, and remote triple garage, bolstering a vibrant lifestyle with easy access to transport, shopping and elite schools. AUCTION Saturday 8th October at 2.00pm (Unless sold prior) VIEW By Appointment Paul Walker 0418 323 122 | Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399 rtedgar.com.au 44 The weekly review \ SEPTEMBER 28, 2016


38 Frederick Street Balwyn This exceptional five bedroom, three bathroom home bears all the essential elements for an ideal family home – four separately zoned light-filled living spaces, uniformly large bedrooms, copious storage, and a convenient location within the Balwyn High School Zone – while emphasising classic styling, outstanding comfort and superb functionality. Effortlessly catering for relaxing family time or entertaining large parties in manicured gardens with in-ground pool, plus a host of extras including remote double garage, in a prime family location walking distance to transport, parklands and Balwyn Road shopping. AUCTION Saturday 15th October at 2.30pm (Unless sold prior) VIEW Thursday 1.30-2.00pm & Saturday 9.00-9.30am Simon Derham 0411 479 994 | Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399 rtedgar.com.au SEPTEMBER 28, 2016 \ The weekly review 45


10-12 Cotham Road Kew Possibly the most exciting commercial offering in Kew for many years, this double-fronted site of approximately 407m2 directly in the centre of Kew Junction, provides a galaxy of options to the astute investor. Comprising of commercial space of 281m2 including basement, and self-contained three bedroom residential space of 124m2 within a Commercial 1 Zone (C1Z) Heritage Overlay HO520, the site offers options to occupy or lease one or both commercial and residential spaces, with potential for development, subject to council approval. AUCTION Thursday 6th October at 1.30pm (Unless sold prior) VIEW By Appointment Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399 | Simon Derham 0411 479 994 rtedgar.com.au 46 The weekly review \ SEPTEMBER 28, 2016


10 Lisbuoy Court Toorak Stunning new Nicholas Day designed town residence with the perfect blend of formal and informal living areas superbly located in Toorak's finest tree lined Court close to Hawksburn Village shops, cafes, restaurants, major schools and transport. Comprising: Entrance foyer, private lift, library, powder room, formal dining room, fully equipped chef's kitchen, butler's pantry, laundry, open plan living/dining opening to entertaining terrace with plunge pool. Upstairs: 3 double bedrooms (all with ensuites) and study area. Features: Heating/cooling, basement parking for 3 cars, gym/cellar. 10lisbuoycourt-toorak.com EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Tuesday 4th October at 3.00pm (Unless sold prior) VIEW Wednesday 12.00-12.30pm, Thursday 6.00-6.30pm & Saturday 11.00-11.30am Michael Ebeling 0418 338 811 | Abby Innes 0423 210 790 rtedgar.com.au

8/1085 Malvern Road Toorak This Nicholas Day architect designed large elevated North facing apartment situated in this highly sought after Toorak location within minutes to shops, transport and many of Melbourne’s best private schools offers the astute buyer the perfect lifestyle and investment opportunity. Features include: Entrance hall, 2 large bedrooms, main with walk through robes, marble ensuite, main bathroom, 3rd bedroom/study, open plan lounge and dining, gourmet kitchen all overlooking and opening to private sun filled balcony. Other features include: Timber floors throughout, intercom security, heating/cooling, basement garaging for 2 cars and storage. AUCTION Saturday 8th October at 11.00am (Unless sold prior) VIEW Wednesday 12.00-12.30pm & Saturday 11.00-11.30am Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 | Anthony Grimwade 0418 382 226 | James Paull 0430 338 348 rtedgar.com.au SEPTEMBER 28, 2016 \ The weekly review 47


1112/108 Flinders Street Melbourne Located in the well renowned ‘108’ in one of Melbourne’s most coveted positions, with unprecedented views over the Yarra River, sporting precincts and the Royal Botanic Gardens, is this sun filled, ultra-modern penthouse apartment. Comprising 3 expansive bedrooms each with a quality fitted ensuite, built in robe and access to a wraparound balcony, well equipped kitchen with Gaggenau appliances, stone benchtops and meals area overlooking a spacious living space and ‘winter garden’ full of natural light. Additional features include heating/cooling, a private rooftop garden terrace with BBQ area, gym, dual entrance onto ACDC lane, car parking for 2 cars. EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Monday 10th October at 3.00pm (Unless sold prior) VIEW Wednesday 2.00-2.30pm & Saturday 12.00-12.30pm Tim Wilson 0419 726 769 | Anthony Grimwade 0418 382 226 | James Paull 0430 338 348 rtedgar.com.au

8/101 Caroline Street South Yarra Stunning oversized, light filled, north facing solid brick 2 bedroom apartment, situated in one of South Yarra’s highly sought after locations, within walking distance to the Domain Precinct, gardens, fashionable shops and cafes, public transport and Melbourne’s premier schools. Comprising generous master with built in robes and en suite, second bedroom with en suite, laundry, well equipped kitchen, large open plan living/dining area complimented by a north/west facing balcony, ducted heating, secure basement garaging with double car off street parking, and storage room. 8-101carolinestreet-southyarra.com AUCTION Saturday 15th October at 1.00pm (Unless sold prior) VIEW Wednesday 1.00-1.30pm & Saturday 9.00-9.30am Ada Taylor 0428 058 880 | Jack Edgar 0428 222 430 | Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 rtedgar.com.au 48 The weekly review \ SEPTEMBER 28, 2016


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13 Findon Crescent, Kew Behind an elegant clinker brick faรงade this impeccably maintained four/five-bedroom residence presents versatile accommodation well-suited to families of all stages. A north-westerly garden provides the backdrop for open-plan family living and entertaining spaces comprising luxury Miele kitchen, dining room, relaxed sitting, bar and billiard areas. Trademark features complement formal rooms: lounge room, dining, study/5th bed and home office/6th bed and practical benefits include three bathrooms, laundry, carport.

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St Kilda 7 Crimea Street Hubert’s Adopt An Iconic Address - St Hubert´s One of Crimea Street´s four remaining mansions, this evocative Victorian, featuring a c1920s façade, invites a visionary approach that´s certain to result in huge rewards. Currently configured as four self-contained two bedroom apartments, the option to refurbish for enhanced rental returns is matched by the temptation to return this landmark property to its original role as a family residence of inner city significance. Rich in period integrity, today´s intriguing spaces inspire ideas for a fabulous future. Land 694sqm approx.

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Malvern East 49 Serrell Street

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An Exquisite Californian with Enviable Class Renovated with awe-inspiring excellence, this beautiful 3 bedroom + study 2.5 bathroom Californian Bungalow enjoys 2 gracious formal rooms (fireplaces), downstairs main bedroom (glamour ensuite/ dressing room), fitted study area, open plan entertaining (wood fire), state of the art stone kitchen (V-Zug appls & custom cabinets), private TV room, 2 big bedrooms (BIRs) & gorgeous spa-like bathroom. Complete with ducted heating, air cond, alarm, ceiling fans & 2 water tanks. Tree lined street, walk to Waverley Rd tram, train, shops & cafes.

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• 3 entertaining zones • Luxurious kitchen & bathrooms • Relaxing rear verandah (heat strip & awnings) • Exemplary quality throughout • Auto carport + workshop/studio

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ARMADALE 22 LAMBETH AVENUE Lambeth House c.1913 - Illustrious Now, Irresistible Tomorrow. A superb period pedigree, a prominent corner position and an enviable Armadale address underscore the exceptional opportunity provided by Lambeth House, an impressive brick Edwardian residence only a short stroll from High Street and Glenferrie Road. Elevated and set back amongst a leafy landscaped garden, magnificent original proportions retain all the elegance of the era whilst previously extended rear spaces suggest options to renovate (STCA) will make the utmost of an outstanding position. Includes marble gas or traditional OFPs, ducted heating/cooling, remote double carport/ secure OSP.

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EPR

Price on application

C O N TA C T

Andrew James 0411 420 788 Jack Richardson 0488 336 929

OFFICE

Armadale 9509 0411

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PRAHRAN/WINDSOR 30 UNION STREET Style, grace, complete convenience. Property debutants, canny investors & low-maintenance lifestyle seekers, fall in love with this inviting period residence offering stylish, secure & private interiors enhanced by abundant natural light, quality finishes & a sunny alfresco courtyard plus parking via rear ROW. Behind a high fence, a charming period facade introduces 2 double fitted bedrooms & a vibrant bathroom with laundry. Polished timber floors flow to a spacious open-plan living & dining domain with R/C air conditioning, secluded courtyard views, a smart modern kitchen & attic storage. Adding to the excellence is the coveted location that puts the best of Prahran, Albert Park Lake, St Kilda & the city at your fingertips.

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Sat 15th October - 12.30pm

EPR

Price on application

C O N TA C T

Andrew James 0411 420 788 Walter Summons 0438 576 233

OFFICE

Armadale 9509 0411

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SOUTH YARRA 20 ARGO STREET Luxury two-level living footsteps to Fawkner Park. This luxurious dual-level residence with lock up garage and additional OSP offers enormous lifestyle appeal. Metres to Fawkner Park, Toorak and Commercial Roads plus Prahran Market, this sophisticated light-filled home showcases a Miele equipped kitchen, a spacious open plan dining/ family area overlooking a garden atrium and courtyard garden, three bedrooms (BIRs and master with ensuite) and a glamorous bathroom with bath. Includes a Euro laundry, powder room, split system heating/cooling throughout, ducted heating, under-stair storage, internal access from the garage, video intercom plus quality timber flooring and carpet.

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AUCTION

Sat 15th October - 11.30am

WEB

www.20argostreetsouthyarra.com

EPR

Please contact Agent

C O N TA C T

Nick Gatacre 0428 860 425 Grant Wallace 0401 478 211

OFFICE

South Yarra 9868 5444

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KOOYONG 61 Talbot Crescent

EXECUTOR’S AUCTION Saturday 15th October @ 11.00am Alphington

815 Heidelberg road heritage Beauty With a lifestyle Edge Luxuriously transformed, this three bedroom Victorian boasts a stunning alfresco and pool, lounge with gas log fire, Ilve kitchen, rumpus and double garage. Near Grammar schools, train and parks. hockingstuart.com.au

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Auction

Sat 15th October - 2.00pm

EPR

In excess of $2,000,000

Contact

Walter Ortner 0412 371 899 Helen Whelan 0401 191 696

Office

Ivanhoe 9499 5611

CLASSIC 1930’S DUPLEX PAIR – RIPE FOR IMPROVEMENT

Like the country in the city, nestling in extensive parklands, wake to birds twittering yet with all the convenience that central Kooyong has to offer. FLAT 1 – GROUND FLOOR • Lounge and separate dining • Beautiful paved outside garden area • Monthly Tenancy $2232.00 pcm

FLAT 2 – FIRST FLOOR • Lounge double doors to dining • Bright spacious rooms with character • Attached ground floor garden area

Inspect: Sunday & Thursday 12.00 –12.30 pm Land:

635m2 (approx.)

Contact: Walter Kastelan 0418 55 44 91

W Kastelan & Assoc Pty Ltd 1111 Malvern Road, TOORAK VIC 3142 • Ph 03 9822 9222 • www.realestateview.com.au

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IVANHOE 314 Upper Heidelberg Road ‘KOORONGONG’ - FAMILY LIFESTYLE EXCELLENCE ´Koorongong´ (1922) is a magnificent, solid brick, two level home that has sympathetically evolved while retaining it´s rich heritage grandeur, offering superb family accommodation on 1,071.6m2 (approx). Comprising five bedrooms, two bathrooms, study, exquisite living, dining, kitchen with stainless steel appliances, family meals area to deck, separate office/studio and garage, alarm, solar and storage. Text 314upper to 0416 907 825 for more details

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Auction

Saturday 22nd October at 1.00pm

ESR

$2,000,000-$2,100,000

Inspection

Thu 12:30-1pm, Sat 11:30-12pm

Land

1071.6 m2 approx.

Contact

Elisse Farquhar 0419 116 130 Stewart Oldmeadow 0412 119 277

Office

9497 3222 | 9459 5666

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Trinity Beach Palace Trinity Beach Exclusive Private Beachfront Estate Having hosted international stars and celebrities, this glamorous beachfront property has established its reputation as a world-class holiday destination. Now offered as a private residence, ‘Trinity Beach Palace’ offers a sublime lifestyle in an exclusive pocket of tropical paradise. Just 15 minutes’ drive north of the city of Cairns, Trinity Beach is an upmarket ‘boutique’ holiday centre with easy access to the Great Barrier Reef and its palmfringed islands, the rainforest wonderland of Daintree National Park and the famed attractions of the tropical coast and hinterland.

For Sale

Price on Application

View

By Appointment Only

Contact

Paul Arthur 0466 776 700 Simon J Cowan 0411 860 996

Office

07 5560 8888

Designed to take full advantage of its idyllic beachfront location, the residence features a single storey linear design with lofty cathedral ceilings over main living areas to add to the air of spaciousness. Floor to ceiling glass doors all around provide flow-through ventilation, while individual air conditioning and ceiling fans ensure the perfect indoor climate. Vast open plan living incorporates a choice of sitting and dining areas around the commercial-sized bar and the central gourmet kitchen. Decor is lavishly exotic, combining African and South Sea island themes with the emphasis on natural materials.

Website

queenslandsothebysrealty.com

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Toorak 28 Church Street A Sophisticated Toorak Sanctuary This elegant two-storey four-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom residence with basement garaging offers a discerning approach to low-maintenance living in this sought-after Toorak streetscape. Immaculately presented, the refined interiors with formal and casual living, granite kitchen and secluded westerly courtyard bring together the very best of its north-west aspect. With a climate controlled 1300 bottle cellar, 3 metre high ceilings, the well-appointed home is close to leading schools, excellent shopping, cafes, trams and Kooyong Tennis Club.

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Saturday 15th October 2016 at 11am

View

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$2,000,000 Plus Buyers

Contact

Greg Herman 0411 473 307 Sarah Case 0439 431 020

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9825 0555

Website

melbournesothebysrealty.com

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4/51 Acland Street South Yarra

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2015 BEST LARGE RESIDENTIAL AGENCY IN AUSTRALIA

BALWYN NORTH 11 Stephens Street

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Landmark Modernist Design, Superbly Renovated ´Knowlton´, with a spectacular Deco-inspired façade & balconies, is one of North Balwyn´s grandest executive residences, with panoramic views & close to schools, shops & transport. Constructed in the 1950s, it has been brilliantly renovated to combine classic elements with contemporary style. On a vast landscaped block with solar-heated pool, the home offers 4 double BRs (master with ensuite, dressing room & retreat; formal sitting & dining rooms; informal living/dining flowing to deck; designer kitchen; family room/5th BR; large study; 2 further bathrooms, powder room & laundry. Including a double garage, evaporative air conditioning, ducted gas heating and under house wine cellar. Land size 1247sqm (approx.). 114 The weekly review \ SEPTEMBER 28, 2016

AUCTION INSPECT OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 15 October at 3pm Wed 12.30-1 & 6-6.30 & Sat 11-11.45 Ivanhoe | 9490 2900 Nick Smith 0425 755 238 Liz Walker 0412 659 140


2015 BEST LARGE RESIDENTIAL AGENCY IN AUSTRALIA

COLLINGWOOD 10 Perry Street

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Vast Factory Conversion, Outstanding Potential The former Gregory Steel Products factory, on a huge block (465 sq.m approx) moments from Smith Street´s café scene, is Collingwood´s premier investment opportunity. Zoned Commercial 1, this grand property with industrial detail has brilliant scope for further development (STCA). Including 4-car garaging, a multi-room apartment/office suite with private entry & huge storeroom, this astounding building incorporates an impressively spacious residence flanked by wide courtyards. It comprises 4 double BRs, expansive living & dining, well-equipped kitchen, 2 superbly fitted bathrooms plus laundry, & features polished timber floors, ample storage, heating & cooling.

KEW 14 Denmark Street Exclusively Positioned Edwardian This appealing residence offers comfortable living with exceptional scope to renovate (STCA) on a deep garden block (410sqm approx) close to leading schools & Kew Junction. With period detail, it offers 3 double BRs, spacious sitting & dining rooms, functional kitchen & bathroom, laundry & 2nd WC, plus storage, gas heating & ceiling fans.

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AUCTION Sat 15 October at 3pm INSPECT Thu 11-11.30 & Sat 10-10.30 GUIDE $960,000 - $1,050,000 CONTACT Bruce Bonnett 0418 333 042 Cameron Ingram 0415 284 844 Kew | 9854 8888

AUCTION INSPECT OFFICE CONTACT

Sat 15 October at 3pm Thu 2.30-3 & Sat 9-9.30 Fitzroy | 9417 1956 Rick Daniel 0409 737 985 Duncan McPherson 0416 108 436

KEW EAST 33A Westbrook Street Spacious Low-Maintenance Style This elegant, light-filled residence, metres from shops and transport, offers 3BRs, expansive living/dining, large wellequipped kitchen, neat bathroom (bath and shower), laundry and separate WC, plus garage and OSP, generous storage, polished timber cabinetry and ducted heating.

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1 College Place, Kew A creative expression of design artistry that surprises, impresses and inspires. 4A 4B 3C 1D

Auction

Immaculately restored double-brick period home finished with unparalleled contemporary flare, improved with an architectural extension design that exceeds every material expectation for modern living. Elegant, refined, spacious, functional and purposefully articulated with quality and character - this labour of love is a convincing expression of design artistry that compels intrigue and commands attention. No expense was spared creating this residential oasis in the heart of Kew’s private school district.

View

Saturday 15th Oct at 11.30am Wednesday 6.00-6.30pm Saturday 11.00-11.30am

Agent Michael Sambolec 0427 497 716 Stephen Chamberlin 0448 883 148 Price

P.O.A.

RaineHorne Hawthorn

8888 6088 I rh.com.au/hawthorn

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25 Spindrift Avenue Flinders Architecturally significant and striking in its simplicity, this Circa 1968 classic beach house on 2700sqm (approx) boasts direct beach access and blends beautifully into its spectacular coastal environment with organic form and time worn timber. Simple and stylish, the evocative three bedroom home showcases spectacular views across Western Port to Bass Strait and beyond, with a comfortable walk to town to sample sumptuous village shops and cafes before returning home to your beachfront idyll, a mere hour from Melbourne. AUCTION Sunday 23rd October at 1.00pm (Unless sold prior) VIEW Sunday 1.00-1.30pm Michael Parker 0428 540 500 | Holly Longmuir 0425 737 674 rtedgar.com.au

Wandin

RARE FIND IN CENTRAL BYRON

3B 2C

Worri Yallock 12 Allen Grove The Hills are Alive!

Auction

See in this delightful 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom Weatherboard home, the next best thing to living in the Swiss Alps. Featuring 210 degree views from Mt Dandenong around to Mt Donna Buang. It’s hard to put into words the feeling of sitting on the expansive deck and soaking in the scenery. Experience all the Yarra Valley has to offer.

Saturday 15th October at 11.00am on site Terms 10% deposit on signing with balance in 60 days (prior offers considered over $390,000) Ian Riley M 0438 065 566 Richard Taylor M 0407 081 957

wandin.landmarkharcourts.com.au

Ph: 5961 9288

36 Lawson Street, Byron Bay NSW 2481 • Directly opposite beach with ocean views • Walking distance to Byron central • Architecturally designed by THE Ian McKay • Large two storey home plus three separate buré style dwellings • Private accommodation for family and/or guests • High ceilings with loads of natural light • North facing balconies off all rooms • Ideal for residence plus home office • Landscaped gardens with water feature • Double garage plus double carport • Current use is holiday accommodation AUCTION: Saturday 5th November 2016 INSPECT: By app with agent M 0418 660 063 T 02 6680 8668 F 02 6680 9094 ed@edsilkbyronbay.com.au www.EdSilkByronBay.com.au SEPTEMBER 28, 2016 \ THE WEEKLY REVIEW 117


THE HOME DIRECTORY WINDOWS Malvern Windows

Specialists in manufacture, supply and installation of period style timber windows. Additional areas of expertise range from; double glazing, sashcords, rot repair and complete window replacements. Call Brett for a no obligation quote. Contact: Brett Smyk 0409 870 016

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HANDYMAN Chuck Lau Home Improvements

Handyman, small job specialist, all maintenance, defects and repairs works, minor construction and demolition, kitchen/ bathroom refurnish refit works, plaster restoration, tiling, carpentry, painting, grouting, accredited waterproofing. Expert troubleshooting. Contact: Chuck 0438 702 988 1144215-DJ28-14

GARDEN CONSULTATION Town and Country Gardens

Personalised service including solving existing garden problems, plant health checks & revamping or establishing a new garden. Practical, professional advice & garden designs ensuring your gardening needs are fulfilled. Contact: 9822 3305

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HOME SECURITY MONITORING Signal Security

Locally operated premium electronic security company providing first class service. Specialising in 24/7 monitored home security systems and HD CCTV systems. Avoid the Christmas rush and get your security organised before you head away on holidays. Call us to discuss your security requirements with our specialist security team today! Contact: 03 9034 7746.

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BATHROOMS AND KITCHENS

CLEANING SERVICES

GIA Bathrooms and Kitchens 819A

Campeones Cleaning Services -

Nepean Hwy Bentleigh. Specialist bathroom design and renovation company, providing peace of mind that one company will manage all aspects of your renovation process. Complete start to finish service, with guaranteed start and finish dates. Call now to book a free in home consultation or visit our website Contact: 1300 442 736

Satisfaction GUARANTEED! We are the champions of cleaning. Affordable, trusted specialists in: commercial, events, residential, carpet, window and pressure cleaning. We will prove ourselves to be a great asset to your company or home. Available 7 days, incl public holidays. Can start immediately. Our hours are based on the most convenient for our dear clients. Late night is fine too! We offer excellent service & attention to detail across Melbourne & surrounding areas.

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BLINDS A/P Shutters & Blinds Highest quality

ELECTRICAL SERVICES

Contact Rosita for further details on:

blinds and Timber Plantation Shutters at Melbourne’s best prices. Specialising in all other window furnishings including Holland Blinds, Sun Screens, Awnings, Venetians, Romans and Curtains. Contact: 9818 1133.

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and increase in your home’s value that result from professional decluttering and styling. TSH can also save you time by finding/coordinating trades for cosmetic improvements. Contact: Helen 0404 040 019

Bracken Blinds & Shutters Specialises in designing quality window coverings for the home, office or builders/architects on time and within budget. Showroom: 391 Camberwell Rd, Camberwell, or let us come to you. Contact: 1300 884 838 or 9882 3332. www.brackenblinds.com.au

BLINDS & SHUTTERS Page Doors & Blinds Roller blinds. Roman blinds. Slim line venetians. Timber plantation shutters. Retractable insect screens.Customer satisfaction guarantee. 390 Burke Road Camberwell. Call now on 9809 1766.

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DE CLUTTERING AND STYLING The Spacious Home Enjoy the light, air

DECKING Deckseal Revival Pty Ltd Melbourne’s deck care and maintenance professionals. Residential and Commercial: Deck sanding, cleaning and sealing. Concrete & paving cleaning and sealing.Delivering a beautiful and long lasting deck surface. Contact: Brian 0410 537 164

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BLINDS

GARDEN CONSULTATIONS

Town and Country Gardens Personalised service including solving existing garden problems, plant health checks & revamping or establishing a new garden. Practical, professional advice & garden designs ensuring your gardening needs are fulfilled. Contact: 9822 3305. www.townandcountrygardens.com.au

HAIRDRESSERS

WAS Hairdressing Warren Ansell Salon

is a unique salon specialising in colour, straightening, wigs, hairpieces and extensions. New foil package 1/2 head of foil highlights style cut and blowave $149. Bio Ionic hair-straightening with a free colour or treatment for $599. A huge range of wigs, hair extensions, irons and blow-dryers. Or shop online at:

Chuck Lau Home Improvements

Handyman, small job specialist, all maintenance, defects and repairs works, minor construction and demolition, kitchen/bathroom refurnish refit works, plaster restoration, tiling, carpentry, painting, grouting, accredited waterproofing. Expert troubleshooting. Contact: Chuck 0438 702 988

DECKING

A/P Shutters & Blinds

Deckseal Revival Pty Ltd

Melbourne’s deck care & maintenance professionals. Residential and Commercial: Deck Sanding, cleaning & sealing. Concrete & paving cleaning and sealing. Delivering a beautiful and

We take pride in giving our clients the best level of professional Arboricultural services to meet their needs. We have a holistic approach to the value and care of trees and their addition to the landscape. We are experienced, qualified and insured arborists. Contact us for a free quote. Contact: Russell 0411 257 793.

Highest quality blinds and Timber Plantation Shutters at Melbourne’s best prices. Specialising in all other window furnishings including Holland Blinds, Sun Screens, Awning, Venetians, Romans and Curtains. Contact: 9818 1133

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Special Things Solve your media TV units with a range of entertainment furniture. Mix and match different pieces of furniture that are versatile, innovative and clever. Visit our showroom - We deal direct with you from the manufacture. We are committed to creating furniture which you will cherish for a lifetime. Contact: Colin 9380 6399

HANDYMAN

Rent-A-Bomb Car Rentals Specialising in new and used car rentals with over 37 years experience. With a large range of new and used cars, we have your rental needs covered. Contact us on 13 15 63 or

Assured Tree Care Pty Ltd

FURNITURE

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DRAFTING SERVICES Specialising in all aspects of residential design and drafting. From sketch concepts, all council and Town Planning applications, to complete working drawings and construction plans. Contact us for your next new home or renovation design. Contact: Tim 0407 454 957

TREE SERVICES

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MK Design and Construction

CAR RENTAL

J.L Hutt Electrical Specialising in all electrical installations: Extensions/ Refurbishments, Stove/Oven/Hot Water Repair, Switchboard upgrades, House Rewires, TV/Phone/Data, Safety switches. Free quotes. 24 hour service. Lic 17824. Contact: Jason 0411 300 772.

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THE HOME DIRECTORY HOME FURNISHINGS

Next Home Furnishings Visit our large

showroom & discover 1000’s of metres of beautiful fabrics. Purchase by the metre or order in any brand. DIY, custom made window furnishings / cushions, upholstery service. Free measure and quote. 1346 Toorak Road Camberwell Contact: 9889 2213.

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HOME IMPROVEMENTS

Click4Trades Need a tradesman? Deal

direct with a group of tradies that have worked together for almost twenty years. A complete Home Renovation / Maintenance group that can help with all trades & services, small to large jobs. Contact: 1800 4 TRADES (1800 487 233). Address: 737 Burwood Rd Hawthorn

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HOME RENOVATIONS & EXT

RoomFour • Quality Tradesmen • Approve

planning permits • All projects architecturally designed • Registered builder • Specialising in Bespoke renovations and joinery • Full warranty on all jobs • Guaranteed start and finish dates • Only quality products used. Contact: 1300 076 664 .

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PLUMBING

SHUTTERS

SHD Plumbing - We are a local plumbing business that works throughout the Stonnington and Boroondara area. We deliver the highest level of service and pride ourselves on job quality. Blocked Drains - Hot Water - Gas - Taps & Toilets - Upfront Pricing - Seniors Discount - $0 Call Out

Contact: Cameron 0413 727 424 www.shdplumbing.com.au

Steady Flow Plumbing and Gas: Are your residential and commercial plumbing maintenance experts. We specialise in all plumbing maintenance requirements from a tap washer to a blocked sewer. With steady flow there is no job to big or small. On call 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Ring that day and we will be there 100% quality performance. Free Quotes

Signal Security Melbourne’s premium

electronic security company providing first class service. Locally operated, specialising in 24/7 alarm monitoring. We are currently upgrading homes from landline to the latest in wireless monitoring, providing greater security, smart phone integration and is NBN ready. Call us to discuss your monitoring requirements with our specialist security team today! Contact: 1300 73 83 93.

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KITCHENS

Smarter Kitchens live in the kitchen you

love with a complete design, build and project management from Melbournes smartest kitchen renovator. Guaranteed start and finish dates, or we pay you. Call now. Showroom 77 Salmon Street, Port Melbourne. Contact: 1300 662 838

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SECURITY PRODUCTS Hi-Light Group, Melbourne’s premier manufacturer and installer of CRIMSAFE Security Products. Doors - Windows Enclosures. See showroom 110 Burwood Hwy Burwood. Free Measure and Quote.

Contact: 9808 9559 www.hilightdirect.com.au

Signal Security Locally operated premium electronic security company providing first class service. Specialising in 24/7 monitored home security systems and HD CCTV systems. Avoid the Christmas rush and get your security organised before you head away on holidays. Call us to discuss your security requirements with our specialist security team today!

Contact: 03 9034 7746. www.signalsecurity.com.au

BLINDS Bracken Blinds & Shutters

Bracken Blinds specialises in designing quality window coverings for the home, office or builders/architects on time and within budget. Visit us at our showroom or let us come to you. Contact: 1300 884 838 or (03) 9882 3332 391 Camberwell Road, Camberwell

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A/P Shutters & Blinds Highest quality Timber Plantation Shutters at Melbourne’s best prices guaranteed. Also specialising in all other window furnishings including Awnings and Roller Blinds. Email: info@ap-shutters.com Contact: 9818 1133.

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TREE CARE

Assured Tree Care Pty Ltd We take pride in giving our clients the best level of professional Arboricultural services to meet their needs. We have a holistic approach to the value and care of trees and their addition to the landscape. We are experienced, qualified and insured arborists. Contact us for a free quote. Contact: Russell 0411 257 793.

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TREE DOCTOR

DRAFTING SERVICES MK Design and Construction

Specialising in all aspects of residential design and drafting. From sketch concepts, all council and Town Planning applications, to complete working drawings and construction plans. Contact us for your next new home or renovation design. Contact: Tim 0407 454 957

tim@mkdac.com.au www.mkdac.com.au

Rent-A-Bomb Car Rentals R

R Rent-A-Bomb Car Rentals is a reliable and affordable car hire company with h 12 locations in 3 states, 1 oopen 7 days a week. With a large range of new and used cars and 37 years experience, we have your rental car needs covered. Call 13 15 63 or

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reshaping or removals. Third-generation owner, 56 years experience. Complete customer satisfaction with individual assessment. Contact: Paul 9509 4768

WINDOW REPLACEMENTS

Malvern Windows Specialists in manufacture, supply and installation of period style timber windows. Additional areas of expertise range from; double glazing, sashcords, rot repair and complete window replacements. Call Brett for a no obligation quote. Contact: Brett Smyk 0409 870 016

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BATHROOMS AND KITCHENS GIA Bathrooms and Kitchens

819A Nepean Hwy Bentleigh. Specialist design and renovation company, providing peace of mind that one company will manage all aspects of your renovation process. Complete start to finish service, with guaranteed start and finish dates. Call now to book a free in home consultation or visit our website www.giarenovations.com.au Contact: 1300 442 736

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TREE DOCTOR Frank Duke

Total tree care, including reshaping or removals. Third generation owner, 56 years experience. Complete customer satisfaction with individual assessment

Windows 1 We specialise in the supply and installation of replacement windows and doors – timber, aluminium or PVC. Our staff are fully qualified ensuring quality work. No job too big or too small. Member of MBA and HIA. To replace your old, tired, rotting windows please call us for a free, no obligation measure and quote. Contact: 9703 1530

Contact: Paul 9509 4768

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SECURITY PRODUCTS CRIMSAFE

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PLUMBING

Protect your Home and Family. Hi-Light Group, Melbourne’s premier manufacturer and installer of CRIMSAFE Security Products. Doors - Windows - Enclosures. See showroom 110 Burwood Hwy Burwood.

Free Measure and Quote. Contact: 9808 9559

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KITCHENS Smarter Kitchens

SHD Plumbing

We are a local plumbing business that works throughout the Stonnington and Boroondara area. We deliver the highest level of service and pride ourselves on job quality. Blocked Drains - Hot Water - Gas Taps & Toilets - Upfront Pricing - Seniors Discount - $0 Call Out. Contact: Cameron 0413 727 424

www.shdplumbing.com.au

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CAR RENTALS

Frank Duke Total tree care, including

Contact Rennie: 0499 022 811

CRIMSAFE Protect your Home and Family.

HOME SECURITY MONITORING

SPRING 2016

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The Mercedes-Benz Main Event Now on at Mercedes-Benz Toorak.

For the month of October, Mercedes-Benz Toorak are offering remarkable reductions across their demonstrator range, including AMG vehicles. With guaranteed delivery by the 31st October, there has never been a better opportunity to purchase a Mercedes-Benz. www.mbtoorak.com.au To take advantage of this exciting offer, contact the team at Mercedes-Benz Toorak today. Including, for example: 2016 A 180 Vision pack (AJQ832) 2016 B 180 Metallic paint, seat comfort pack, panoramic roof (AJB175) 2016 E 200 Coupé Metallic paint and vision pack (AHG551) 2016 GLE 250d Metallic paint and sunroof (AJB215) 2016 SLK 200 Sports pack and audio pack (AHW129) 2016 CLA 200 Pre-facelift, command pack, seat comfort pack, AMG pack (AJQ835) Plus many more to choose from.

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*For vehicles purchased between 26 September and 29 October or while stocks last. Excludes CLA facelift, GLA Activity Edition, and all new E-Class. Offer applies to registered demonstrators only and prices above include on road costs.

The Weekly Review Stonnington & Boroondara  

September 28, 2016