Aberfeldie house where gangland figure Mark Moran lived for sale

Gangland figure Mark Moran was shot on the street outside the grand home.

The former home of murdered gangland figure Mark Moran has hit the market again after an elegant renovation.

Moran, a member of the infamous Moran crime family, was shot dead across the street from the Aberfeldie house on June 15, 2000, allegedly by Carl Williams.

Two decades on and after an extensive renovation inside and out, the home has once again been listed for sale with a $4.5-$4.95 million price guide.

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High ceilings and polished floorboards feature throughout.

The kitchen has more than $100,000 of marble.

The property has undergone a full makeover since it last sold in 2017.

Copy picture of murder victim Mark Moran. Picture: Ellen Smith

Mark Moran was killed during Melbourne’s gangland wars.

Rendina Real Estate Kensington director Lou Rendina said he was “proud to be marketing one of the finest homes in Aberfeldie”.

He said the property, which was built in the 1990s, “shouldn’t be known for its history, but for the gorgeous, family-style home” it now is.

“The vendors have gone to extreme lengths with the restoration, they’re very proud. It’s a home for the whole family, it ticks all the boxes,” he said.

The grand, period-style property has undergone a full makeover since it was last listed in 2017, including arched hallways, high ceilings, a heated pool and pool house and more than $100,000 worth of marble in the kitchen.

One of four spacious bedrooms.

The grand formal dining room has space for an 18-seater table.

An elegant bathroom.

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It also features a large formal dining room with space for an 18-seater table, piano and a fifth room for a home office, gym or man cave.

Mr Rendina said there had already been considerable interest for the 855sq m home from local families and those looking for more space after the city’s Covid-19 lockdowns.

“There wouldn’t be too many homes like that that come on the market,” he said.

The gangland wars ravaged Melbourne for more than a decade between 1998 and 2010 involving numerous underworld groups mainly involved in the illegal drug trade.

Moran’s half-brother and stepfather also died as a result of the retribution killings.

The home is marketed as having “period-inspired grandeur, privacy and sublime proportions”.

Its expressions of interest campaign closes June 29.

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