11 Jun 2023 | 2 mins

Packaging Executive Sells Brighton Beauty - Aust. Financial Review

Packaging Executive Sells Brighton Beauty - Aust. Financial Review

Packaging executive Adrian Field, who runs consumables procurement and warehousing giant Star Services, has sold his family home in Melbourne’s Brighton within the $21 million to $23 million guide.

Designed by Melbourne design trifecta Stephen Akehurst, the late Stuart Rattle and gardening supremo Paul Bangay, the three-level, five-bedroom Dudley Street home known as St Ives features a pair of studies, library, cinema, cellar, lift, eight-car garage and pool with a cabana.

The home is on a 1900-square-metre block on the so-called Golden Mile strip of the Bayside suburb, not far from where cricketing great Ricky Ponting has listed his sprawling family home after relocating to Toorak.

The sale was handled by Forbes’ Mike Gibson who said the property sold to a Brighton local.

“It’s very much a local market. Brighton people love to stay in Brighton because they love the lifestyle and proximity to the water,” Mr Gibson said.