An unimaginable former dwelling of AFL legend Paul Roos and his spouse Tami has hit the market in Elwood for the primary time since they offered it.
The Tim Spicer Architects-designed four-bedroom home at 92 Ruskin St is priced at $4.6m-$4.9m by means of Chisholm & Gamon Elwood director Sam Gamon.
“It’s very architectural and bespoke and it’s one thing that’s probably not repeated all through Elwood,” Mr Gamon mentioned.
“That hanging brutalist structure stands out, and pure mild streams by means of — you’ve acquired these massive mild voids and an unimaginable glass cover that runs the entire size of the house and opens as much as a dramatic excessive ceiling above the sunken lounge.”
CoreLogic information present the property final modified fingers for $3.27m in Might 2016.
Mr Gamon mentioned it was one in every of Elwood’s widest, tree-lined streets, with among the finest homes within the suburb.
It runs parallel with Addison St, the place Scott and Alex Pendlebury sold their home for about $6.5m in August, with simply Rosetti Lane in between.
The Roos upsized into a Brighton property they purchased for $3.85m off former Fitzroy and St Kilda participant Allan Sinclair, whose son Callum retired from Sydney this 12 months, earlier than offloading it for $5.553m in March 2020.
Expressions of curiosity shut November 28 at 4pm.
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