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A FEW famous faces have bunked in the former home of television writer which has hit the market in Caulfield South. It’s believed
whose parents knew Stuckey from England, stayed in one of 518 Kooyong Rd’s upstairs bedrooms, selling agency Gary Peer says. Legend also has it that actor
— best known for his role in Aussie police drama for which Stuckey wrote — at one point lived in the granny flat at the back of the home.
Stuckey penned episodes for a long list of TV shows, including and His former home was built in 1922 and is being sold by current owner principal of boutique marketing business The MAD House, which he runs out of the property. The house, which has been extended upwards and outwards, has four bedrooms, a separate outdoor bungalow and a large family room that is currently an office. The property is scheduled to go under the hammer on June 26, with price expectations of $1-1.1 million. Adam Joske and Maxine Piekarski, of Gary Peer Caulfield North, are handling the listing. VISUAL artist
is selling an Olinda estate he has owned for two decades.
According to selling agency Allens Real Estate, Mr Chu and a team of artists, interior designers and landscapers spent seven years extending the original home, “Motion”, at 2 Perrins Creek Rd, after he took over ownership in 1995.
The home, on 1.3ha, dates