'Salt' Director's Concrete Jungle Duplex for Sale
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"Salt" director Phillip Noyce spent his childhood in the Australian outback, and he's apparently retained a love of the great outdoors.
For the past year and a half, the Australian director has been renting a Soho duplex with a mammoth 2,300-square-foot landscaped garden, including an "outdoor living room."
Noyce recently vacated the Hudson Street home, said Prudential Douglas Elliman's Robin Bowden, who is listing the property for sale at $4.25 million. She said the 2,200-square-foot, three-bedroom condominium was on the market while the "Clear and Present Danger" director was in residence, but showings were hard to arrange with a tenant in place. Now that the home is empty, it will be easier for potential buyers to view, she said.
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