Malvern pad owned by Julien and Kristy-Lea Moussi of Only Hospitality Group on property menu – Daily News

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Hospitality entrepreneurs Kristy-Lea and Julien Moussi (pictured with children Halle and Elie) are selling their charming family house at 16 Edsall St, Malvern.


The husband and wife who run a cafe and coffee empire are hoping their award-winning Malvern family home scores a hot sale.

Julien and Kristy-Lea Moussi run Only Hospitality Group, which boasts $30m-plus in annual revenue and 22 venues; including the Bentwood Fitzroy, MOB Camberwell and Clubhouse Malvern cafes.

The couple also operate Melbourne-based Inglewood Coffee Roasters.

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Before opening his first store, Mr Moussi started making coffee at football games after injuring his ACL as a VFL Box Hill Hawks player at 21 years old.

Bentwood Fitzroy won the 2018 Eat Drink Design Award for best cafe design by Ritz & Ghougassian.

The architecture and interior design firm also received a gong in the 2019 Australian Interior Design Awards residential design category for transforming the Moussi’s circa-1890 Victorian double-fronted house at 16 Edsall St into a modern two-level residence, while retaining the heritage-listed facade.

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The kitchen with Gaggenau appliances, Tundra limestone benches and a double integrated fridge/freezer.


16 Edsall St, Malvern - for Herald Sun real estate

The garden was designed by horticultural design consultancy Vivid Design.


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One of four chic bedrooms.


CoreLogic records show the Moussis purchased the house in 2015 for $1.45m.

“I remember the first night we moved in, we found out we were expecting our first child,” Mr Moussi said.

He said the four-bedroom property, renovated across 15 months in 2016-17, was “a great house to have two young kids”.

“We just wanted to utilise as much of the land as possible, I wanted a sunken lounge room which is nice, and it’s also a brilliant family home and has a great flow from indoors to outdoors,” Mr Moussi said.

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The timber-battened staircase.


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Young Elie and Halle sit in the yard.


The home features layered block walls with glass, timber and stone finishes, light wells, a timber-battened staircase and glass sliding doors opening to a garden courtyard.

The house is being sold via expressions of interest with a $2.9m-$3.1m asking price.

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The house also short-listed for the 2019 Australian Institute of Architects’ Victorian chapter’s awards for best alterations and additions.


16 Edsall St, Malvern - for Herald Sun real estate

Kay & Burton Brighton agent Eleisha Doherty described the abode as “a dream home for so many buyers”.

“The design aesthetic and build executed to perfection in a highly convenient location leaves nothing to be desired,” Ms Doherty said.

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Inside the house before the Moussis renovated the property.


16 Edsall St, Malvern - for Herald Sun real estate

Expressions of interest close 5pm May 30.

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