Preserved 1920's Paddington home sold at auction

Preserved 1920's Paddington home sold at auction
Preserved 1920's Paddington home sold at auction

A historic four bedroom home in a coveted Paddington dress circle with views of Brisbane has sold at auction.

Glynis Austin of Glynis Austin Properties marketed the property

It went under the hammer June 6, transacting for an undisclosed price.

Built around 1918, the house at 52 Tooth Avenue has been preserved in its original condition by the two previous owners. 

Preserved 1920's Paddington home sold at auction

Nestled on a fully fenced 465sqm parcel, it comprises formal lounge opening to the verandah, formal dining room, kitchen with double-door dishwasher, downstairs master suite, three additional bedrooms, and rear garden.

The rear garden was designed by Paul Bangay and paved in Israeli Lime Stone.

Other features include timber shutters with polished timber floors on both levels, iron garden gate, separated laundry, separate cellar, and storage area.

Preserved 1920's Paddington home sold at auction

It is within walking distance to Latrobe Terrace, public transport and only 6 minutes' drive to Brisbane CBD.

Last sold in 1992, the abode sold for $252,500.

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