What was purchased in June 2004 as a derelict corner shop on Paddington’s compact Little Comber Street for $950k has been reinvented as a 2-bedroom, 3-bathroom (with a car spot!) urban sanctuary. The ground floor features a living room and study opening up to a courtyard that is easily used as a studio. The first floor holds two bedrooms with ensuite and the newly constructed top floor the living area, kitchen, and an expansive deck with district views. Bonus hipster points for the use of polished, aggregate concrete flooring. The home is listed by Ray White agents Dean Jarman and Andrew Cary; it goes to auction with expectations in the low- to mid-$2mils. The home joins another multi-million dollar Little Comber Street listing that was featured on Radical Terrace a few weeks back.
More images, floor plan (a cool one!), and listing information below.
The listing: 12 Little Comber Street, Paddington