Historic Hordern House, Potts Point sold

Historic Hordern House, Potts Point sold
Historic Hordern House, Potts Point sold

Historic Hordern House at Potts Point has been sold.

It fetched $5.75 million having been listed with $6.5 million hopes.

The 1880s Victoria Street terrace house was last sold back in 1985 when the rare book dealers Anne McCormick and Derek McDonnell paid $438,000.

That was around a decade after the battle for the preservation of the delightful street was fought against developers.  

Anne McCormick has been involved in rare books, manuscripts, paintings and prints since the 1970’s first in business in Paddington. They will be moving to new premises.

The freestanding terrace has a 19 wide street frontage, spanning three levels over 561 square metres.

The marketing suggested it was ready for adaptation to a "large, stunning and private residence with at least 4 bedrooms."

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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