Os­car win­ner needs space

Herald Sun - Property - - PROPERTY CONFIDENTIAL -

AN­I­MA­TOR is sell­ing the trendy ware­house home in Thorn­bury where he cre­ated the se­quel to his Os­car­win­ning film,

The 43-year-old is tak­ing his home of two and a half years at 94A Harold St to auc­tion on Novem­ber 28, with an ask­ing price of $840,000 to $940,000.

Nel­son Alexan­der’s Arch Staver — who has al­ready been in­volved in property sales for ra­dio host and ac­tor this year — is han­dling the auc­tion cam­paign.

The property has been trans­formed from chocolate fac­tory to four-bed­room “New York loft” style house over its 100-year life­span, but has main­tained its orig­i­nal tim­ber floors and an­tique fit­tings.

El­liot (left) added an an­i­ma­tion stu­dio to the home dur­ing his time there, in which he made black-and-white an­i­ma­tion

The film was a fol­low-up to

which was judged Best An­i­mated Short Film at the 2004 Acad­emy Awards.

El­liot and his part­ner

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