Sophie Curtis sells her BKH Paddington tobacco warehouse apartment

Sophie Curtis sells her BKH Paddington tobacco warehouse apartment
Sophie Curtis sells her BKH Paddington tobacco warehouse apartment

Sophie Curtis, the recently married daughter of mining executive Nick Curtis and his wife, Angela, has secured $2.1 million pre-auction for her open-plan two bedroom Paddington apartment.

It's among the 12 units in the Tobacco Factory on Macdonald Street. It sold through Phillips Panzer Donnelly.

It last sold as a three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in 2011 for $1.51 million when sold by the stock market newsletter publisher Jordan Rivkin who bought it in 2005 for $1,253,000.

The 185 square metre apartment first sold for $516,000 in 2000.

Since its last sale there had been a makeover Iain Halliday of BKH which can easily be converted back into a three bedroom apartment

The warehouse conversion was undertaken by the developer O'Connor Developments with all the apartments open-plan with only the bathrooms enclosed.

At the time the typical 115 square metres were for sale at $745,000.

Sophie Curtis had upgraded apartments in the 1930s Tobacco Factory as she was previously in a spacious one-bedroom, one-bathroom 95 square metre apartment with car space, which cost $1.15 million in 2008, and sold in 2011 at $1.075 million.

Sophie recently married Luke Calpis.

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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