ONE of six residences built on the site of former Prime Minister Harold Holt’s Toorak home is due to be auctioned this weekend. Marshall White, Boroondara, selling agent Sally O’Connell said 112 St Georges Rd was part of a boutique complex built about 20 years ago by architect Dale Fisher over three riverside blocks that were formerly occupied by family houses.
Designed by Bojan Simic Architecture to resemble a ship, the luxury residence at 203 Beaconsfield Pde took 18 months and cost several million dollars to build. Chisholm & Gamon, Elwood, agent Torsten Kasper said it was finished in February and while its owners intended to live in it for longer, they’d listed it for sale because they were spending most of their time overseas.
Marshall White, Boroondara, selling agent Sally O’Connell said 112 St Georges Rd was part of a boutique complex built about 20 years ago by architect Dale Fisher over three riverside blocks that were formerly occupied by family houses. One of these houses was the Fisher family home and another belonged to Mr Holt — Prime Minister of Australia from 1966 until his presumed drowning death in 1967 — and his wife Zara.
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