Eclectic Black Rock trophy villa listed

Eclectic Black Rock trophy villa listed
Eclectic Black Rock trophy villa listed

Chellow Dene, the historic eclectic home in Melbourne's Black Rock, has been listed for sale.

It was one of the speculative-built villas of notable architect, and late 1950s Melbourne Lord Mayor, Brigadier Sir Bernard Evans.

Evans was the youngest battalion commander in the AIF when sent to the Middle East, in the defence of Tobruk in 1941, where he was awarded the Distinguished Service Order.

The home comes with a leadlight panel of the architect's Manchester village.

Set on a 645 square metre Middleton Street parcel, Chellow Dene has six bedrooms and three bathrooms.

The listing through Branon Real Estate agent Cam Saba comes with permits for two three level, four bedroom homes designed by architect Peter Wright.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australia. 

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