Film director Nash Edgerton buys Randwick family home

Film director Nash Edgerton buys Randwick family home
Film director Nash Edgerton buys Randwick family home

Stuntman and film director Nash Edgerton has bought a family home in Sydney. The Randwick home will be the base for him and Carla Ruffino.

Blacktown-born Edgerton snapped up the home just two weeks into its ­marketing for $3,565,000.

It was the home of Adam Chimes, the director at Chase Gallery, and wife Tayla. The Chimes had paid $1.64 million for the 1910 home in 2014 and undertook a full-scale renovation two years ago.

Retaining original fixtures, the modernised single-level home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms on its 360sqm block. The kitchen and family area opens to an entertainers’ deck that meets a heated pool.

Film director Nash Edgerton buys Randwick family home

The Blacket Agency’s Peter and Jacqueline Blacket secured the quick sale, which came with approval to add a second level, which Edgerton seems set on undertaking.

Edgerton has recently completed work on Chasing Wonders, a coming-of-age film set across the lush wine country of Spain and Australia.

Edgerton is also directing the FX Australia black comedy-drama series Mr Inbetween.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph. 

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