Bop Girl pops $2 million asking price on Elwood offering

Bop Girl pops $2 million asking price on Elwood offering
Bop Girl pops $2 million asking price on Elwood offering

Melbourne's Bop Girl, Pat Wilson, has her charming Spanish Mission home in Elwood listed after it failed to sell at weekend.

The 1920s Wave Street home that is adorned with original features last sold for $320,000 in 1997.

Chrisholm & Gamon director Sam Gamon was auctioning it with a $1.9 million plus price guide. It now has a $2 million asking price.

Wilson is a singer and journalist having written for Go-Set, a 60s and 70s pop music newspaper under the pen-name 'Mummy Cool'.

Her early 80s hit single, Bop Girl - written by her then husband Ross Wilson of the bands, Daddy Cool and Mondo Rock - came with music video which was the screen debut of a 15 year old Nicole Kidman, who played the role of a young bop girl.

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