Computershare executive Hayley Morris and her husband, Andrew Lewis, have listed a St Kilda West family home after acquiring a larger one in the suburb.
Broadlands, at 60 Park Street, is expected to sell for $4.9-$5.35 million at auction on Saturday.
The pair paid $4.25m for the Edwardian in May, 2018, before undertaking a renovation.
The listing comes three months since the couple outlaid a speculated $15m for an oversized terrace at 367 Beaconsfield Parade offloaded by publisher Antony Catalano.
The family is no stranger to the street, however, with Ms Morris’ father, Computershare co-founder Chris, owning an Art Deco home at #223, in Middle Park, for 14 years until 2019.
Developed in the 1920s, the two level Broadlands contains five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a rumpus room and study zone.
An open plan living and dining area includes an open fire place and steel framed glass windows overlooking an alfresco entertaining area and garden.
The marble kitchen is fitted with Miele appliances and a Liebherr fridge (story continues below).
There is also a three car garage accessed from a laneway.
The site spread 549 square metres.
Marshall White’s Oliver Bruce and Ben Manolitsas are the marketing agents.
The listing comes two months since Fortis applied to replace two Fitzroy Street, St Kilda sites, with a mixed-use project with three ground floor hospitality tenancies.
That redevelopment would see the demolition of the ex-Area 61 nightclub.
Erdi Group is also seeking to expand, refurbish and rebrand a hotel in that street, at #33-35.
Mr Morris retired from the Computershare board in 2021.
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