The Project creator lists warehouse conversion

The Project creator Craig Campbell is selling a Balaclava warehouse converted home.

The former Henderson Publishing factory at 7 Balston Street (pictured, right) includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living areas and a garage.

Marshall White’s Fiona Ansell-Jones and Sam Hobbs are expected more than $2.6 million at auction on October 27.

Mr Campbell is Rove Enterprises’ co-owner.

Balaclava, a pocket of St Kilda East about six kilometres from the city, carries a median house price of $1.2m, according to the REIV.

Earlier this month, we reported a home in the suburb rented by retired AFL footballer Ben Cousins (18 Willow St) was listed for sale with a $1.55-$1.7m guide.

ABC radio host and journalist Richelle Hunt is also selling in the area: that renovated Edwardian, 5 Elm Grove, will be also be auctioned by Chisholm & Gamon and is expected to achieve $1.3-$1.4m (story continues below).

Many Panel panellists live in Melbourne – last year, Peter Helliar paid $2.55m for an Ivanhoe Federation.

Carrie Bickmore is also reportedly in that suburb, after spending $1.6m in 2013.

Waleed Ally lives in inner-east Richmond while Steve Price owns a South Yarra property (which he visits, as he lives at an apartment in Sydney’s Kirribilli).

Rove McManus, the other Rove Enterprises owner, recently outlaid $6.4m on a home in Sydney’s east Bronte.

That entertainer once lived in a historic Melbourne home, 37 Docker St, Richmond, which sold seven years ago for $3.4m – a substantial profit on the $1.9m he spent in 2003.

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Marc Pallisco

A former property analyst and print journalist, Marc is the publisher of