MUSICIAN who collaborates with The Church’s has listed his Brunswick home of 16 years. Jellis Craig’s Lisa Roberts said Kennedy was leaving Melbourne, where he’s been a fixture of the music scene for decades, for Hobart to be closer to his novelist sister-in-law
Kennedy (below left with Kilbey) also played guitar and bass for Melbourne indie outfit Pray TV, founded electronic band All India Radio and has written music for TV series including and
He and wife are hoping to fetch $800,000 to $880,000 when their Art Deco home at 68 Henkel St goes under the hammer on June 18.
Ms Roberts said the northfacing house had a “retro feel” to it and was designed for sustainable living, featuring a rainwater tank, solar panels and a triple-insulated roof. It has two double bedrooms, offstreet parking, a study opening on to an outdoor entertaining area, and a living room with a gas fireplace.