An incredible former home of AFL legend Paul Roos and his wife Tami has hit the market in Elwood for the first time since they sold it.
The Tim Spicer Architects-designed four-bedroom house at 92 Ruskin St is priced at $4.6m-$4.9m through Chisholm & Gamon Elwood director Sam Gamon.
“It’s very architectural and bespoke and it’s something that’s not really repeated throughout Elwood,” Mr Gamon said.
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“That striking brutalist architecture stands out, and natural light streams through — you’ve got these large light voids and an incredible glass canopy that runs the whole length of the home and opens up to a dramatic high ceiling above the sunken lounge.”
CoreLogic records show the property last changed hands for $3.27m in May 2016.
Mr Gamon said it was one of Elwood’s widest, tree-lined streets, with some of the best houses in the suburb.
It runs parallel with Addison St, where Scott and Alex Pendlebury sold their home for about $6.5m in August, with just Rosetti Lane in between.
The Roos upsized into a Brighton property they bought for $3.85m off former Fitzroy and St Kilda player Allan Sinclair, whose son Callum retired from Sydney this year, before offloading it for $5.553m in March 2020.
Expressions of interest close November 28 at 4pm.
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