Former REA COO Arthur Charalaftis and wife Effie sell Canterbury home

Former REA COO Arthur Charalaftis and wife Effie sell Canterbury home
Former REA COO Arthur Charalaftis and wife Effie sell Canterbury home

Former REA Group chief operating officer Arthur Charlaftis and wife Effie have sold Monomeath, their Melbourne home.

The Armadale-based couple paid $1,395,000 in 2002 for the four bedroom Canterbury home which was built two years earlier to a design by Lucas Morris Homes.

Since renovated, the property set on 875 sqm features a garden with pool and pool house. 

Former REA COO Arthur Charalaftis and wife Effie sell Canterbury home

A coffered ceiling is in family room with open fireplace and wet bar leading to a west-facing cocktail terrace and the north facing poolside terraces.

Kay & Burton had a $4 million to $4.4 million guide.

Arthur, who stepped down from the REA Group position in 2016, is now in childcare, the co-owner of childcare booking app KindyNow.

Effie has been involved in the industry for two decades.

This article was first published in The Weekend Australian.

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