Cornelia Frances’ apartment has been sold for $1,075,000 four months after the actress passed away from cancer.
The property, located in the Sydney suburb of Neutral Bay, went under the hammer on Saturday and was snapped up just below the reserve of $1.1 million.
Featuring spacious living areas and modern furnishings, the two-bedroom abode was styled with a portrait of Cornelia by her only son Lawrence Eastland for the sale.
An oversized master bedroom, lush landscaped gardens and wharf walkway access: Inside Cornelia Frances’ apartment in Sydney’s Neutral Bay that went under the hammer for $1,075,000 four months after the Home And Away star died from cancer
With walkway access to the nearby wharf and situtated just 450m from ferries, the property boasts an enviable location.
The property also is perfect for those hoping for a quiet and secluded lifestyle with the convenience of being close to the city.
Lush landscaped gardens surround the home, which is part of a tightly held security complex.
Touching tribute: The two-bedroom unit was styled with a portrait of Cornelia by her son Lawrence Eastland, who was selling the property
Serenity: The first-floor apartment features an L-shaped living area which had access to an entertainers’ area in the seclusive security complex
The first-floor apartment, which Cornelia bought for $335,000 in 1999, features an upgraded kitchen with granite benchtops and modern appliances including a gas cooktop and a dishwasher.
Meanwhile, the spacious L-shaped living room contains access to an entertainers’ terrace.
There is also an oversized master bedroom and inside the two bedrooms are built-in wardrobes.
Other features include an internal laundry, a secure parking spot and lock-up storage space.
Plenty of space: There is also an oversized master bedroom and inside the two bedrooms are built-in wardrobes
Well-equipped: The kitchen has been upgraded and now features granite benchtops and modern appliances including a gas cooktop and a dishwasher
The Home And Away actress died from cancer in May this year aged 77, with her son taking to Instagram at the time to share a heartbreaking photo of his mother in her final moments.
Lawrence captioned the image of his mother in her hospital bed: ‘A very personal photo of my mum during one of her resting moments.
‘She is so peaceful, soft and serene. I truly love this woman,’ he added, alongside the hashtags: ‘Strong’, ‘inspiring’ and ‘I love you, Mum.’
Lots of privacy: Surrounded by lush, landscaped gardens, the property also is perfect for those hoping for a quiet and secluded lifestyle with the convenience of being close to the city