Former MasterChef judge, Gary Mehigan, is selling his renovated Victorian in Malvern East’s leafy Gascoigne Estate.
The four bedroom plus study home with indoor and outdoor kitchens, on a 1070 square metre block opposite Central Park, is being quoted at $5.9-$6.49 million.
The cook with his wife Mandy paid $3.3m in 2012.
Marshall White, which marketed it then, has the listing again; Joanna Nairn and Maria Vovos are the agents.
The c1886 residence, one of the first constructed in the picturesque estate, featured in a 2015 Australia Lives Here promotion by REA Group (story continues below).
Earlier this year Mr Mehigan called paramedics to the street after witnessing a school bus smash into a row of trees near Burke Rd (the driver was initially suspected to have had a heart attack).
Last July, Channel 10 let go of Mr Mehigan and the two other original MasterChef judges – the network saying it wasn’t able to reach a commercial agreement that was satisfactory to them.
One of those colleagues – George Calombaris – has been selling down residential property recently, in Toorak and Safety Beach, but this is part linked to events surrounding his hospitality business, Made Establishment, entering administration in February.