Kim Kennedy: artist brushing the Camberwell house, gallery, workshop



Buyers have been cautioned not to judge this property by its coverage – behind Camberwell’s storefront is the home, art gallery and studio of an esteemed contemporary artist.

Contemporary artist Kim Kennedy sells the Camberwell property where he lives, paints and exhibits his work.

Kennedy and his wife, Kerren, have price hopes of $ 1.75- $ 1.925 million for their three-in-one pad at 1141 Toorak Rd, which is slated to go under the hammer next month, unless it does. be sold before.

Marshall White’s partner Andrew Gibbons said the “very long” two-story property included a three-bedroom residence the couple shared with their son, a four-car garage where Kennedy “does all his painting,” and a gallery and storefront where he exhibited and sold his works.

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Kennedy paints mainly on canvas and his 38-year artistic career has seen him exhibit works in Melbourne, Sydney, the United States, China and Germany.

Mr Gibbons said the artist had tapped into his “incredible imagination” to create a one-of-a-kind property since its purchase in 2014.

“He did the cooking, the floors, the painting and the patio between the garage in the back and the dinette and kitchen,” he said.

“There is also double glazing on the windows to the front, so once you’re inside you can’t hear a thing.”

Mr Gibbons added, “A lot of buyers look at the facade and just think it’s a storefront. It’s about not judging a book by its cover.

He said the storefront was heavily trafficked by pedestrians, given its position across from Leo’s Fine Food & Wine and a streetcar stop. It was also flanked by cafes and shops.

The storefront is one of three driveways to the property, which also offered priority access through the rear garage and access through a side entrance.

“An investor could lease the property to three different tenants,” Mr. Gibbons said.

“It’s quite diverse.

The agent said there were plenty of other options for buyers, including renting the storefront and living in the back, or creating a work-from-home setup.

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