Write kind of life­style

Herald Sun - Property - - PROPERTY CONFIDENTIAL -

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

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.