Underbelly director Peter Andrikidis puts six-bedroom Burwood family home on the market2 min read

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Underbelly director Peter Andrikidis puts his six-bedroom, Edwardian family home in Sydney on the market after 25 years

Ilaria Brophy For Daily Mail Australia

Underbelly director Peter Andrikidis has put his six-bedroom family home ‘Wellpark’ on the market after living in the brick Edwardian property for 25 years.

The Australian filmmaker has listed the home in Burwood, Sydney for an undisclosed price, RealEstate.com.au reported on Wednesday. 

The two-level property in the booming Inner West suburb boasts a ‘modern kitchen, grand entertaining rooms and a three-way bathroom,’ according to the publication.

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The Federation home includes a concrete swimming pool, secluded courtyard and sizable driveway.

The property also features a large front veranda as well as a rear, east-facing balcony.

LJ Hooker Burwood agent Joe Murania told the website: ‘The home is built to a standard of excellence rarely seen today.’

Peter and his wife Sue reportedly purchased the Burwood home for $470,000 in 1993, shortly after the couple sold their Balmain property.

The Greek-Australian filmmaker has directed several high-profile projects including the TV series Catching Milat and feature film Kings of Mykonos.

He also helped create the latest installment of Channel Nine’s Underbelly franchise, based on the life of Mark ‘Chopper’ Read, which aired in February.

'The producers should've smashed the tape': Underbelly Files: Chopper has certainly sparked a conversation across social media – just not in the way the producers intended

'The producers should've smashed the tape': Underbelly Files: Chopper has certainly sparked a conversation across social media – just not in the way the producers intended

‘The producers should’ve smashed the tape’: Underbelly Files: Chopper has certainly sparked a conversation across social media – just not in the way the producers intended

Underbelly Files: Chopper sparked something of a debate across social media – just not in the way its producers intended.

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Much of the hype surrounding the mini series was inspired by fans’ memories of the critically-acclaimed 2000 film Chopper, starring Eric Bana. 

‘Chopper is not the same without Erica Bana, Sorry Channel Nine!’ tweeted a viewer after the first episode aired.

 

 

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