Paddington is a much sought after location in Sydney’s stylish Eastern Suburbs. Here you will find beautifully restored 19th Century terraces lining the leafy streets. Enjoying unbeatable convenience, being moments from the beauty of Centennial Park and the sophistication of Oxford Streets chic boutiques, bustling cafes and renowned galleries.

“Olympia”, is one of Paddington’s distinguished homes built c.1890, this grand two storey terrace is set on a deep dual access block. It boasts many late Victorian characteristics, including original floorboards, ornate 3.2m ceilings and magnificent marble fireplaces.

A generous Caesarstone Raw Concrete kitchen countertop is the perfect way to embrace the transition from old to new. The subtle use of Cementa Grey Matt Stone flooring is the ideal way for the family room to open onto the quaint courtyard, which is just right for easy entertaining.

The charcoal and white honed Vancouver hexagon floor tile featured in the powder room, is reminiscent of a bygone era. Using a pattern of old with the modern twist of Carerra Marble brings a touch elegance to this room.

At the rear of the property stands the converted two-story “stables”. Bringing to life a self-contained studio or a space perfect for a parent’s retreat. Below this is a spacious three car garage.

One of the truly unique features of this magnificent property is the contemporary glass breezeway that joins the studio to the main house. This floor to ceiling glass panels adjoin the pool allowing an abundance of light into the rear of the home. This innovative design will undoubtedly be the talking point of this superb home.

The original features, intertwined with the contemporary elegance of the new elements, gives this home a truly unique aesthetic.

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