Courtyard House, Paddington sold post-auction

Courtyard House, Paddington sold post-auction
Courtyard House, Paddington sold post-auction

The Paddington Courtyard House that architect Amelia Holliday designed has been sold post-auction.

Holliday of Aileen Sage Architects and husband David Lakes of Lochbuild 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 passed in on a vendor bid of $4.95 million.

It sold later for around $5.05 million.

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