At Home With Founder Of Mode Sportif, Deborah Symond O’Neil
Flooded with natural light, colourful art and global treasures, Deborah Symond O’Neil’s apartment in Sydney’s Elizabeth Bay is the epitome of harbourside living.
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The moment retail entrepreneur Deborah Symond O’Neil greeted us at the entrance to her grand apartment in Sydney’s Elizabeth Bay, we knew we were in for a treat. Bubbling with enthusiasm, there’s a joyfulness to Symond O’Neil that radiates beyond her megawatt smile and directly in to her home.
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Nestled in the whisper-quiet enclave of one of Sydney’s most exquisite harbouside suburbs, Elizabeth Bay, it’s little wonder Symond O’Neil loves where she lives. With its dress circle location just moments from the water and an easy wander to Sydney’s buzzing CBD, the quaint district provides the perfect balance for Symond O’Neil, who is the founder and director of Australian retailer Mode Sportif, and her husband Ned O’Neil.
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“McElhone Reserve, the park opposite my building, is the most peaceful hideaway in Sydney, yet a two minute walk up the road takes you to the heart of Challis Avenue and some of my favourite restaurants in Sydney,” explains Symond O’Neil of the suburbs supreme location.
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