Restaurateur Cameron Northway buys Paddington terrace

Restaurateur Cameron Northway buys Paddington terrace
Restaurateur Cameron Northway buys Paddington terrace

Cameron Northway, the co-owner of Bondi's popular Rocker restaurant, has opted for the inner city rather than the beach.

The Perth-born restaurateur has spent $2.78 million on a 2016-built Paddington terrace.

The four bedroom, two bathroom homes has a landscaped garden with feature lighting on its 120 square metre block.

BresicWhitney Darlinghurst agents William Phillips and Guido Scatizzi sold the three level home which was built by vendors Inform Projects' Stuart Fereday and Catherine Boardman.

They paid $1.47 million in 2014 before the knockdown re-build. 

Aside from owning the restaurant, Northway is the managing director of specialist drinks agency Sweet&Chilli, who last year expanded into the US market. 

He runs the award-winning Rocker with Three Blue Ducks co-owner Darren Patterson and is a partner of the Gunmakers pub in London.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph. 

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