Eastern suburbs home with no parking sells for almost $3.5m

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Eastern suburbs home with no parking sells for almost $3.5m
Paddington 东区 悉尼房产

126 Windsor Street Paddington

A Paddington terrace with no parking has sold for $3.405 million at auction.

The property at 126 Windsor St was listed with The Agency selling agents Michelle Andrewartha and Daniel Baran.

Fully renovated, the tri-level, three-bedroom home has one bathroom and no off-street parking.

There are period features throughout the property including original marble fireplaces, ceiling rosettes and external iron lacing. There is also rear lane access.

The property last exchanged in 2008 for $2.775 million.

House prices in Paddington have seen a growth of 9.6 per cent over the past 12 months, according to CoreLogic. The median house price is currently $1.855 million.

 

NO RENOVATIONS

东区 悉尼房产

2 Avoca St, Bondi

A CALIFORNIAN bungalow in original condition has sold for an impressive $3.254 million.

The 2 Avoca St, Bondi time-warp had been tightly held for more than 60 years.

Bondi 东区 悉尼房产

The bathroom is in original condition.

Bondi 东区 悉尼房产

Patterned carpet brings you back to the 50s.

It features decorative carpet in the living areas, ornate wall paper in the bedrooms and linoleum floors in the kitchen. The bathroom features a pink and blue motif with floral wallpaper.

It sold through Raine & Horne Double Bay’s Paul Langsam.

The median house price for Bondi is $2.15 million.

 

ON THE MARKET

Surry Hills 东区 悉尼房产

5 Bennett Place, Surry Hills

A SURRY HILLS warehouse conversion has come onto the market with price expectations of $7 million.

The Bennett St property was bought in 2012 for $5.71 million.

The current owners bought the property fully renovated and added further improvements.

Externally the three-level home has an industrial-style, brick facade while inside, textured timber floorboards, exposed beams and high ceilings also reflect this architecture.

Sotheby International’s Harriet France said the property had so far experienced strong interest from buyers.

“A lot of international types like the Manhattan lifestyle,” she said.

“[Warehouse conversions] are certainly something people want and like. It’s that idea of a flexible living space, loft-style with high ceilings and big open-plan spaces.”

 

By: Melissa Kehagias and Annabel Hennessy

Published: August 17, 2016

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