Designer daughter of late Phillipines dictator sells in North Bondi

Designer daughter of late Phillipines dictator sells in North Bondi
Designer daughter of late Phillipines dictator sells in North Bondi

Interior designer Analisa Hegyesi, who is the daughter of the late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos, has sold her North Bondi duplex before its scheduled auction.

The Brighton Boulevard home had $3.8 million hopes through Raine & Horne, who have not indicated its sale price.

Hegyesi is not the daughter of the former first lady.

She is the daughter of the Sydney-based Evelin Hegyesi, a former Playboy magazine and bikini model of the 1960s and 1970s.

The North Bondi duplex has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a large entertainers terrace.

Designer daughter of late Phillipines dictator sells in North Bondi 

It cost Hegyesi $2.1 million in 2012.

Hegyesi's father Ferdinand Marcos died in exile in Hawaii in 1989.

Her half-brother Ferdinand Marcos jnr has returned to political life in the Philippines.

In 2004 there was a global search for the Marcos family's hidden US$13.5 billion fortune.

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