Actor Fiona Spence sells Lewisham home

Actor Fiona Spence sells Lewisham home
Actor Fiona Spence sells Lewisham home

Actor Fiona Spence, one of the most admired Australian television stars throughout the past three decades, has sold her Lewisham home.

She's looking to downsize, but staying in the inner west.

Her grand three bedroom, two storey Hunter St terrace was restored and renovated while maintaining its classic Victorian period feel.

Exisitite pressed metal ceilings in several rooms along with original fireplaces.

Sally Hampshire at Laing + Simmons Double Bay had the offering with near $1.9 million hopes.

Leaving Melbourne for Sydney in 1996, Fiona Spence bought the home for $364,000. 

Born in Kent, England to an Irish mother and an Australian surgeon father, she first moved to Hong Kong and then aged six to Australia. 

The stage and television actor is best known as the unlucky in love spinster Celia Stewart in Home and Away - Alf's sister. Then there was her role as prison officer Vera Bennett in Prisoner series and she was also on Packed to the Rafters as Ted Taylor's ex-love interest, Eleanor McCormack. 

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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