PRIME BEACH SITE IN RING

Herald Sun - Property - - REAL ESTATE -

LEAD­ING boxing pro­moter Brian Ama­truda is sell­ing

his knock­out Morn­ing­ton Penin­sula beach house.

The man­ag­ing di­rec­tor of Big Time Boxing (pic­tured with

An­thony Mun­dine) built 161-163 Ocean Drive, St An­drews Beach, about eight years ago. He’s now sell­ing pri­vately through Kay & Bur­ton, Port­sea, di­rec­tor Liz Jensen, who said buyer in­ter­est was around $4.5 mil­lion.

CoreLogic records show the 2678sq m site over­look­ing Bass Strait

sold for $532,000 in 2001. Mr Ama­truda’s con­tem­po­rary ar­chi­tect-de­signed res­i­dence fea­tures four bed­rooms, a large open-plan liv­ing, din­ing and kitchen area with floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows, and a games room.

A pool, deck, per­gola and lush green­ery com­plete the grounds, which back di­rectly onto the beach.

Ms Jensen, who reg­u­larly inks seven-fig­ure sales in nearby Port­sea, said the house boasted “the best ocean set­ting” she’d seen.

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