Rare 1960s Pettit + Sevitt display village home in St Ives sells

Rare 1960s Pettit + Sevitt display village home in St Ives sells
Rare 1960s Pettit + Sevitt display village home in St Ives sells

One of the 10 mid-century homes in the 1966 Pettit + Sevitt display village at St Ives has found its latest owner.

The five-bedroom $1.8 million home on Staddon Close had been substantially altered by its past five owners.

But its neighbour, known as the Courtyard House, goes to an August 17 auction.

With just two owners ever, it retains its original internal floorplan with a sympathetic fourth bedroom extension made in the 1980s.

The home was part of 2014’s Sydney Living Museums Australian Houses Tour, at which time its architect Ken Woolley took visitors through the home. Woolley has since died.

It’s been listed through Savills agent James Yahl by Eleanor and Phil Johnson who hold $1.54 million hopes.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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