Ivy Lane, Darlington warehouse finds $3.325m buyer

Ivy Lane, Darlington warehouse finds $3.325m buyer
Ivy Lane, Darlington warehouse finds $3.325m buyer

The Darlington inner-city warehouse of photographer Baz Anderson and his partner, Beverley Larsson, was listed for sale with initial $2.5 million hopes which were raised to $2.65 million.

But the three-level property fetched $3.325 million at weekend auction.

It was used as a studio for the portraiture work by J. Barry Anderson.

The Ivy Lane property has a commercial lease until October at $6,500 a month to the market research agency Ruby Cha Cha.

The vendors bought the then single-storey industrial building on its 170 sqm block in 1992 for $220,000.

There's 293 sqm internal space plus a 17 sqm mezzanine level. 

Estate agent William Phillips marketed it as a designer home.

The buyers are believed to be a couple from the area, The Sunday Telegraph reported.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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