Elizabeth Bay home belonging to Norma Moriceau sold for $1.55 million

Elizabeth Bay home belonging to Norma Moriceau sold for $1.55 million
Elizabeth Bay home belonging to Norma Moriceau sold for $1.55 million

The Elizabeth Bay apartment of the late film costume designer, Norma Moriceau, has been sold for $1.55 million through Ray White Elizabeth Bay.

She was best known for her work on both Crocodile Dundee films as well as two of the Mad Max films, Babe, Patriot Games and Dead Calm.

The property at 31/4 Ithaca Road was traded in 1985 for $95,000.

It is renowned for its prime position adjacent to Sydney Harbour and its classical Art-deco features.

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The apartment is ready for renovation and offers panoramic and harbour views including Elizabeth Bay, Garden Island and Potts Point peninsula.

The king-size main bedroom features a wide bay window, plus built-in wardrobe while the second bedroom has a built-in desk.

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Elizabeth Bay Residential Sale

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