Converted Paddington terrace to go under the hammer

Converted Paddington terrace to go under the hammer
Converted Paddington terrace to go under the hammer

Courtyard House, the Paddington terrace recreated by Amelia Holliday of Aileen Sage Architects and husband David Lakes of Lochbuild, has been listed for auction.

The couple paid $1.6 million for the dilapidated Comber Street home in 2010 and went about creating the new residence.

Built with a clever use of space, the home on 240 square metres is being marketed as having a cutting-edge design and sleek urban aesthetic.

It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a formal and informal living areas that open to a north facing garden.

The Agency's Ben Collier has set a November 4 auction date.

Holliday is the co-director of Aileen Sage Architects and Lakes is the director of construction company Lochbuild.

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Paddington Terrace Sale

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