AC/DC, Phil Rudd: Drummer’s former mid-century Beaumaris pad on the market

No. 75-77 Haydens Rd, Beaumaris, is up on the market with ties to certainly one of Australia’s most iconic rock bands.

A rock star pad AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd as soon as owned has hit the market in Beaumaris.

The three-bedroom mid-century residence at 75-77 Haydens Rd options six entertaining areas, together with a billiards room that reportedly nonetheless has the musician’s personal pool desk from its outdated AC/DC days, based on Belle Property Sandringham’s Ryan Castles.

“If the partitions may speak I’m certain there could be some tales to inform,” Mr Castles stated.

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Photo of Bon SCOTT and AC/DC and Angus YOUNG and Phil RUDD and Cliff WILLIAMS and Malcolm YOUNG and AC DC

AC/DC member’s Malcolm Young, Bon Scott, Cliff Williams, Angus Young and Phil Rudd. Picture: Fin Costello/Redferns

The billiards table is reportedly Rudd’s own from when he owned the home.

One of the several living rooms.

The solid brick house is up for sale with a $2.5m-$2.65m price tag.

A cocktail bar with an underground wine-cellar, a large pool, three balconies and a bluestone courtyard round out the epic beachside entertainer.

The agent said Rudd held the property from 1981 until 1984, selling it shortly after he parted ways with the band in 1983.

He officially rejoined the iconic Aussie group about ten years later. The drummer also featured on their most recent comeback album Power Up last year, alongside Angus Young, Cliff Williams, Brian Johnson and Stevie Young.

Australian-born rock band AC/DC, whose 17th album Power Up is released in November 2020

The Australian-born rock band released their comeback album, Power Up in November 2020. Picture: Josh Cheuse

Look out over the backyard from the balcony.

One of the light-filled bedrooms.

The outdoor space is fit for rock royalty.

Mr Castles said the property’s ties to rock royalty had intrigued a wide “cross section of buyers” who had plans to either renovate, rebuild or redevelop the elevated 1226sq m block.

“I even had someone ring me whose son has played with INXS who wants to come and look at it,” he said.

“There’s not a lot of homes around with this sort of land component and size in Beaumaris. It has lots of charm and it’s one of those mid-century homes in the area that draws a lot of interest.”

The retro residence was made up of two lots on one title, which made it an “ideal multi-unit development site”.

A quiet library for when you’re not rocking out.

There’s interest to demolish or update the dated home.

And plenty of room for a development.

But Mr Castles said the house did “offer enough” that someone could save it from being knocked over.

Its existing northern-orientation, study, library, Baltic pine and sandstone kitchen, plus the large backyard garden and double-auto garage were additional drawcards.

The home is also within the Beaumaris Secondary College zone, and close to shops, buses, cafes, restaurants, Royal Melbourne Golf Course and the beach at Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary.

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