VCAT Approves Construction of Luxury Home Overlooking Controversial Mount Martha Beach

EXHIBITIONIST sunbakers and adventurist gays visiting Mount Eliza’s Sunnyside beaches might have to contend with the sight and sound of construction workers for a few years longer.

Millionaire horse trainer Jonathan Munz has successfully lobbied the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal for a permit to build a luxury home and tennis court on a waterfront piece of his landmark Pinecliff horse training complex – near another home that was demolished in 2006.

Pinecliff, at 55-75 Sunnyside Road is on Green Wedge Zone 3 land near the YMCA’s Manyung Recreation Camp, the Morning Star Winery and Mornington Golf Club (an image of the Mount Martha coast, above).

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Toorak’s Little Milton Hits The Market, Price Expectations Circa $13 Million

LITTLE Milton, the luxurious home of late businessman and Corona Group executive John Batkin quietly hit the market this week.

The circa 1926, five-bedroom mansion (pictured, right) is at the north-east corner of Whernside Avenue, and Albany Road – which most advocates and agents agree is Toorak’s most expensive street.

Recently, a new tennis court was developed atop a 12-car underground garage, Little Milton’s overall block size is 2476 square metres.

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Solomon Lew to Pocket $25 Million From Sale of Melbourne CBD Development Site

Solomon LewBILLIONARE businessman Solomon Lew is offloading a prominent CBD development site he has owned since the early 1980s.

Mr Lew can expect to make about $25 million from the one acre site, with two street addresses: 151 – 165 Franklin Street, and 118 – 134 A’Beckett Street.

The property is currently used as an open-air car park, but is expected to make way for several high rise towers.

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