Tightly-held 1960s Pettit + Sevitt display village home sold in St Ives

Tightly-held 1960s Pettit + Sevitt display village home sold in St Ives
Tightly-held 1960s Pettit + Sevitt display village home sold in St Ives

One of the 10 homes in the 1966 Pettit + Sevitt display village at St Ives has been sold.

Known as the Courtyard House since it was designed by the late architect Ken Woolley, the home featured as part of Sydney Living Museums Australian houses tours in 2014.

It was only the third time the Staddon Close home had been offered to market.

No price reveal has been offered, but $1.5 million was being sought.

“We have lovingly preserved this architectural gem, and hope to find a buyer who will love it has much as we have,” vendor Eleanor Johnson said.

The house retains its original internal floorplan with a sympathetic fourth bedroom extension in the 1980s.

Its Savills listing agent James Yahl said Mid-Century modernist architecture is what buyers are looking for with open-living spaces and a connection to the outdoors.

There had been an earlier display village in St Ives on Mona Vale Road and Richmond Avenue.

Pettit + Sevitt have new designs about to be released reflecting their classic designs.

 

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