If only walls could talk … or maybe not.
A Hillside property with links to Melbourne’s bloody gangland killings of the late 1990s and early 2000s is on the market.
Roberta Williams’ former house at 20 John Paul Drive will be auctioned off on June 25 for the first time since she sold it.
The widow of slain crime boss Carl Williams sold the property for $450,000 about 16 years ago.
Real estate sources expect the property will sell for more than $590,000.
The five-bedroom, three-bathroom palatial house has a salt water pool and a billiard room.
Agent Las Anastasiadis, of Barry Plant Taylors Lakes, expects the property to attract significant interest.
“This area has been doing really well,” he said.
Ms Williams made headlines after delivering a eulogy at the funeral of her late husband’s father last month. George Williams died of a heart attack, aged 69.