Selling off his handy work
NEWLY minted Essendon defender Nathan Grima is listing an Ascot Vale home he renovated himself.
Grima (right) retired last year due to injury following six years with North Melbourne but recently signed up to bolster the depleted Bombers.
He is selling the stylishly updated weatherboard at 204 The Parade, with its gorgeous living areas and resort-style swimming pool and outdoor setting.
The four-bedroom residence blends old and new, featuring ornate decorative rosettes, lofty ceilings, Smeg kitchen appliances and floor-toceiling glass walls.
Alexkarbon director Charles Bongiovanni is taking the home to auction on March 19, with price expectations of $1.35 million-plus. A ST KILDA East converted warehouse that starred in the television drama
and was once rented by renowned director Jeremy Podeswa, is on the market.
Podeswa has directed episodes of well as and
The former hat factory at 31 Woodstock St has been revamped as a sleek double-
as storey residence with 8m high ceilings, restored roof trusses and a mix of polished concrete floors and floorboards.
It has three bedrooms, multiple entertaining zones and two stainless-steel kitchens, plus it’s close to Carlisle St cafes and shops and the train station.
Darren Lewenberg, of Kay & Burton, is seeking expressions of interest until March 8, with price hopes of $2.25 million-plus.