Small House, big hopes

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - THE SELL -

THE Small House in Surry Hills, de­signed by ar­chi­tect Domenic Al­varo, has re­turned to the mar­ket with $2.6 mil­lion hopes. The five-level home, with 200sqm floor space, won the World Ar­chi­tec­ture Festival’s World House of the Year in 2011.

The Bel­more Lane Grand De­signs Aus­tralia-fea­tured home was first sold for $1.88 mil­lion in 2014 by Al­varo to Jason Madz, who sought $2500-a-week ten­ants.

Con­structed from pre­cast con­crete pan­els, there are city sky­line views.

It has been listed by Gavin Ru­bin­stein and James Peach at Ray White.

The house (pic­tured, with Al­varo) fea­tures an Ital­ian mar­ble kitchen bench space and Euro­pean ap­pli­ances. One of its bath­rooms finds space for a stand-alone bath­tub.

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