Oscar winner needs space
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