Darlinghurst Chimera sold at $6.2 million

Darlinghurst Chimera sold at $6.2 million
Darlinghurst Chimera sold at $6.2 million

The Victorian-era mansion in Darlinghurst, Chimera has been sold for $6.2 million, just three years after selling at $5.25 million.

There are the many ornate finishes from the large bay windows, high, pressed-metal ceilings, five marble fireplaces, arched doorways and windows, stained-glass windows, parquetry flooring, and a sandstone-paved courtyard.

There’s a marble-floored living area and kitchen with steel-framed glass bifolds to the courtyard and tiled walls. And all bathrooms are distinctively finished in marble.

The corner block position offers side lane access to the double lock-up garage and wraps around the garden to create a private sanctuary. 

The terrace at 7 Darley Street had been marketed with $5.5 million plus price guidance.

Built in the 1880s, it sits on 382 square metres.

It previously traded for $4,625,000 in 2010.

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