Entrepreneur Drew Muirhead lists refurbished Paddington terrace

Entrepreneur Drew Muirhead lists refurbished Paddington terrace
Entrepreneur Drew Muirhead lists refurbished Paddington terrace

Sydney entrepreneur Drew Muirhead has listed his recently refurbished Paddington terrace.

Spread over three levels, the home sits on a 108 sqm Comber Street parcel at the end of a terrace row.

It has three bedrooms, one bathroom and a garden courtyard with tandem parking for two cars. 

It goes to auction August 20 through Ray White Surry Hills Alexandria agents Shaun Burdo and Jack McGhee who suggest spacious interiors are light filled with its due northern aspect.

There's bamboo flooring, soaring ceilings and plantation shutters.

Muirhead is founder and chief executive officer of the HouseHuntingAustralia.com.au website which was launched last year.

He long owned a Cottage Point waterfront that featured on the first series of Grand Designs Australia, which became Bora Bora House, a luxury hideaway rental.

Having purchased it for $1.7 million in 2005, Muirhead commissioned architect Richard Cole to completely redesign the home which was turned into a five bedroom Bali-inspired resort.

By the time the show aired, the Notting Lane home was the largest in the suburb and cost around $3 million to build.

The entreprenurial Muirhead then sought to secure 12 takers each with a share costing $650,000 in an attempt at fractional ownership.

But in the end his waterfront home sold to Westpac executive Paul Verschuer for $3.35 million.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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