Guy Pearce offers unique Middle Park family home

Guy Pearce acquired the Richardson Street homes in 1995 and 2004 then connected them.


Actor Guy Pearce has listed his unique Middle Park family home for lease.

The offering – two connected double fronted red brick Edwardians on tree-lined Richardson Street – is asking $3500 per week, or less if a suitor doesn’t want it furnished.

The Richardson Street dwelling is offered fully furnished.

On 748 square metres, it includes four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully fitted study, open plan living and dining and a media room with an open fireplace which could dub as another lounge.

The backyard contains a deck, pond, seating area and large studio.

Jellis Craig’s Zac Karvoun and Matthew Curnow are representing the Geelong-born Pearce who nowadays lives in Amsterdam with partner, Game of Thrones star, Carice van Houten, and six year old son, Monte.

Last March the 55 year old actor sold a Peter McIntyre designed hideaway at 311 Camerons Lane, Beremboke – between Ballarat, Geelong and Melton – for $1.27 million.

On 7.82 hectares and with seven verandahs that result was a modest rise on the $1.2m he paid 10 months earlier (story continues below).

Guy Pearce sold 339 Richardson Street in 2021.

Could have been sextuple fronted

Mr Pearce acquired the Middle Park property in two parts – the first dwelling, 341 Richardson St, set him back $345,000 in 1995 while the neighbouring asset (#343) cost $1.35m nine years later.

The Beremboke getaway sold for $1.27 million last March.

The homes were redesigned, renovated and connected later.

Between 2017 and 2021, when he sold it for $4.2m, the actor controlled another neighbouring double fronted Edwardian (#339), which added 367 sqm to his pile.

That unrenovated residence was also used as a rental, last fetching $850 per week.

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Marc Pallisco

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