Publisher Marcello Grand buys Paddington terrace

Publisher Marcello Grand buys Paddington terrace
Publisher Marcello Grand buys Paddington terrace

Despite spending more time back in Italy, veteran magazine publisher Marcello Grand has bought back into the Sydney market, settling on a redesigned Victorian terrace in Paddington.

It's an investment rental for Grand however, who paid $2,215,000 for the home revamped by interior designer Thomas Hamel.

It has three bedrooms, one bathroom, a dressing room and a rear courtyard that flows from the stainless steel kitchen and dining area.

Two of the bedrooms have balconies while the third acts as an attic retreat.

Ray White Double Bay agent Peter Leipnik sold the home which is now up for rent at $1,350 a week, which would reflect a three percent yield.

It was 1983 when Grand established Studio Magazines. 

His first magazine was Studio Collections was a womens' fashion magazine with the Black + White magazine its most known after launched in 1992 and published until 2007. 

Having studied at Turin University, Marcello had previously worked as an architect and advertising consultant.  

Grand sold his renovated Darling Point penthouse for $3,525,000 late last year. He paid $1.4 million for the unit in 2012 from former Double Bay Art Gallery director Alan Winters.

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