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first_img14 Macartney St, Paddington was refurbished four years ago.Four years ago Ms Sylvestre updated the cottage, transforming it into the stylish two-bedroom, one-bathroom pad it is today.“I opened it up with rewiring, a new roof, new decks,” she said.“Downstairs is really high from the ground so it’s ready to dig out, ready to have another full extension.” 14 Macartney St, PaddingtonThere’s a welcome feeling of warmth and comfort.“I’ve had quite a few tenants wanting to buy the house which is interesting because they’ve gotten attached to it,” Ms Sylvestre said.“It’s full of air, full of breeze and charming.“It’s the essence of Paddington — unpretentious and authentic.”Space Property Agents’ Nicole Devine said interest in the Paddington property had been strong ahead of today’s auction which is occurring on-site at 1pm. Nicole Sylvestre inside 14 Macartney St, Paddington. Picture: Adam ArmstrongMORE than 35 years ago, artist Nicole Sylvestre swapped her Parisian lifestyle for a piece of Paddington.“I only chose Brisbane because I wanted the subtropics,” she said.A classic pre-war workers cottage at 14 Macartney St was the first house she purchased after scraping together enough cash for a deposit on the $32,000 asking price.“I paid 21 per cent interest from the bank,” Ms Sylvestre said.“As a woman on her own, it was very difficult to get a loan.”center_img Nicole Sylvestre is selling her Paddington home to move to the sea. Picture: Adam ArmstrongPlans to live in the quaint Queenslander were waylaid by the lure of multicultural West End.“I always intended to live here but at the time West End was a lot more cosmopolitan,” Ms Sylvestre said.“I liked the French bakery and the French patisserie, which was the only one in Brisbane, and the great delicatessen so I moved to West End and stayed.”Still living at West End, where she built an art studio, Ms Sylvestre said it was time to sell her first connection with Brisbane and embark on her original desire to live by the sea.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours ago14 Macartney St, Paddington“I feel very mixed feelings,” she said.“The energy of this place, I think it’s got a soul and I really am quite attached to it. “I still love Paddington as opposed to West End. “It’s cute, it’s charming, and now it’s a lot more cosmopolitan. “You can buy at a French patisserie.”last_img

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