Bates Smart director Brenton Smith upsizes to Paddington

Bates Smart director Brenton Smith upsizes to Paddington
Bates Smart director Brenton Smith upsizes to Paddington

Sydney architecture firm Bates Smart director Brenton Smith has upsized in the inner city.

Having flipped his Woollahra unit for $2.8 million after a designer makeover, he’s spent $2.9 million on a modernised 1890s terrace in Paddington.

The Paddington Street home with a Euro-inspired renovation featuring sandstone elements has three bedrooms, a rooftop terrace and a private courtyard on 145 square metres.

BresicWhitney sold the home.

It’s a return to Paddington for Smith, who moved from an 1890s terrace to take on the Woollahra project in the 1930s Art Deco building Gainsborough in 2016.

This article first appeared in the Sunday Telegraph.

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