MasterChef Australia home in Brighton for sale

MasterChef Australia home in Brighton for sale
MasterChef Australia home in Brighton for sale

The six bedroom Brighton home which has accommodated the latest batch of Masterchef contestants on the Channel Ten competition, has been listed for sale.

It was designed at 323 St Kilda Street by Peter Carmichael, and then constructed by Everclear.

"Un-paralleled luxury levels make their presence immediately apparent throughout dramatic, dynamic spaces for living, dining and entertaining that are matched by equally memorable alfresco areas while a Miele equipped kitchen, filled with northern light, meets contemporary needs with evident elegance and efficiency," the Marshall White marketing suggests on the Brighton offering.

"It is a home of substance and status," Marshall White agent Michael Paproth said.

It comes with home cinema, play room, cellar, swimming pool, spa and gymnasium, security surveillance and garaging for six cars on an allotment measuring some 1883 square metres.

The beach and the bay are at the end of the street.

It has been listed with $5 million plus expectations.

Thousands auditioned, with judges Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris and Matt Preston scouring the country to handpick Australia’s best home cooks, selecting the Top 24 to join them in Melbourne’s MasterChef Australia kitchen in the sixth series, and second in Melbourne. 

The 24 contestants who share a passion for food, while bunking down in Brighton, are competing for $250,000 cash, a Hardie Grant cookbook publishing deal, work experience in some of Australia’s best kitchens and an Alfa Romeo Giulietta. 

Close to 70% of MasterChef Australia alumni now work in the food industry.

This week Property Observer revealed Clifton, the heritage listed Hunters Hill mansion, is the home of the next series of The Bachelor, replacing La Joie de Vivre at Bayview.

The reality television show on the struggling Network Ten is currently being filmed in the stunning Sydney mansion.

It last sold in 1993 for $2.75 million.

The 5,124 square metre near-riverfront estate with a lawn tennis court was recently vacated by the McCaffrey family.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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