8A Cooper Street, Paddington


Award-Winning House Designed And Built By Influential Australian Architect Ken Woolley

Tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac behind Five Ways, this distinctive home rises tower-like above 300sqm of lush tropical gardens. Winner of the Australian Institute of Architects Wilkinson Award for premier residential design in 1983, the Ken Woolley-designed home is significant in marking a milestone in the design approach of an architect of outstanding significance to 20th century architecture in Australia. Opening out to captivating views and drenched with natural light, Ken Woolley's sensitive use of materials and manipulation of form have created a building of striking visual character and presence. The house responds to changing seasons and times of day creating a relaxing ambiance and a wonderful connection with nature.

- An iconic home and national treasure
- Sunny 355sqm north facing block
- Striking modernist design
- Curved forms and organic lines
- Built with confidence and discernment
- Three storey layout, secure garaging
- Sensitively updated and refreshed
- Sun-drenched whole floor living
- Dramatic barrel vaulted ceiling
- North facing terrace with city views
- New marble kitchen with island bench
- European appliances, walk-in pantry
- Whole-floor master bedroom with ensuite
- Deep park-like tropical gardens
- Flagstone terraces and under-croft
- Pre-DA approval for basement level guest room with ensuite
- An urban retreat unlike any other
- 350m to Five Ways cafes and delis
- Close proximity to the harbour and city

Land Area:355m2
Water Rates:$198.8 Quarterly
Council Rates:$465.39 Quarterly