4 architect-designed homes to buy now
It has been a huge month for architect-designed marvels from East to Inner West, with BresicWhitney offering some of the best examples we’ve seen all year.
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Full listings on bw.com.au.
8 Leinster Street, Paddington
Designed around courtyard elements and indoor/outdoor escapes, this Molnar Freeman designed residence makes the most of its north-facing site and 6m wide footprint. Bringing the green surrounds right into the contemporary heart of the home. It’s a standout, even for Paddington.
16 Thurlow Street, Redfern
Occupying four levels, this Victorian Terrace has undergone a complete transformation, with a distinctive design by celebrated architect Luigi Rosselli. With a north aspect and a fusion of Victorian style and contemporary design, it features 207sqm of indoor living space as well as a thoughtfully landscaped courtyard. A landmark in one of the area’s best streets, it’s on border of Redfern & Surry Hills, an easy walk to Surry Hills village, Danks Street, Centennial Park and the SCG.
2A Brandling Lane, Alexandria
An award-winning duplex, this captivating residence by architect David Langston-Jones is a spacious one-off home of unique creativity and personality. Full of light and making the most of its northeast aspect and tranquil setting, it is on the city-fringe of Alexandria, bordering Erskineville and Newtown, a short walk to Redfern station via the South Eveleigh precinct.
52 Queen Street, Newtown
A renovated 60s warehouse conversion, this industrial-styled space was an architect’s own home/project. A badge/button factory in its former life, it was opened up with a 3-level floorplan, and a roof terrace that takes in views all the way to Botany Bay. A one-off showpiece at the CBD end of Newtown, walking distance to everything.