Darlinghurst home designed by Darryl Gordon's sells again

Darlinghurst home designed by Darryl Gordon's sells again
Darlinghurst home designed by Darryl Gordon's sells again

The Georgian-designed former Darlinghurst home of interior designer Darryl Gordon has been sold again for $1,876,000.

Gordon sold the Francis Street cottage for $1.66 million in 2014 when it had been listed with $1.3 million plus hopes.

He doubled his money during his long ownership, having paid $730,000 in 2001.

There has been very little, if any, renovation to the home.

Bradfield Cleary agent Georgia Cleary, who sold the home on behalf of Gordon in 2014, resold the home which was scheduled for auction last night.

It has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, an open lounge and dining area, each with a fireplace, and an alfresco courtyard.

Darlinghurst home designed by Darryl Gordon's sells again

Shortly before selling the Paddington home, he paid $1.5 million for the five hectare estate Terragong at Jamberoo.

The property was built in 1858 for John Marks, the politician and Mayor of Kiama.

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