Oscar winner and NRL star opt against weekend auctions

Oscar winner and NRL star opt against weekend auctions
Oscar winner and NRL star opt against weekend auctions

Dean Semler, the Oscar-winning cinematographer, and Annie, his actor wife, were among the many vendors who pulled properties from scheduled weekend auctions across Sydney.

Buyers are testing the patience of vendors, who are mostly sticking to their initial price hopes.

The Semlers’ Balmoral Santa Fe-style home (above) has unchanged price guidance of $3 million to $3.3 million through Adam Vernon at Vernon Partners. 
 
Semler, who has worked on more than 70 films, including his 1990 Oscar-winning Dances With Wolves, bought the home for $140,000 in 1980.
 
Across town, South Sydney Rabbitoh George Burgess has $1.8 million to $1.85 million price hopes on his Chifley home (below).
 
NG Farah Real Estate agent, and Burgess’ former team mate, Beau Champion withdrew it from its weekend auction.
 
Oscar winner and NRL star opt against weekend auctions
 

Burgess and wife Joanna King have called it home for the past two years.

Designed by architects Pinnacle Plus, the two-level home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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