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on half a hectare of land on one of Mount Martha’s most prestigious streets.
It was constructed using Western Australian limestone. “It’s like a little castle,” Ms Haimona said.
A tennis court or pool could be added to the large block, the agent added. A BEACHFRONT beauty steeped in book publishing history is heading to auction next weekend.
Elizabeth Lane, research author and daughter of Penguin Books co-founder Richard Lane, is selling 52-54 The Promenade, Somers, on the Mornington Peninsula.
The seven-bedroom home has rare beach frontage and features lush gardens, outdoor entertaining and a mod-grass
The home is expected to snapped by downsizers or holiday-makers
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tennis court. It also offers magnificent sea views.
Ms Lane has maintained thousands of Penguin books, as well as diaries and other memorabilia, which will soon be donated to the University of Melbourne library.
Iain Carmichael, of Jellis Craig, is selling the home in conjunction with Kay & Burton.
The April 10 auction has price expectations of more than $3.2 million.