All credit here to Steven Coverdale and Simon Reeves, who once more on their own pages fill a pretty vacant sale pitch with the richness of this property’s actual history, design and construction. Reeves has written up a glorious account of the architect and first owner and photos have been mostly supplied by both keepers of the flame, for over our dead bodies will we headline with a land-size image. Suffice to say this offering is an immediately enticing urbane-Melbourne-gentleman-about-town’s residence which, despite it’s development attraction, punches through with a purity of space and light which may very well see it through to live on another day. Less is more my dear fellows.