Sydney, now the second most expensive city to live on earth, is well-known for overpriced lattes, $25 espresso martinis and houses selling for eye-watering amounts. In the last 12 months alone, we have already seen a 25% increase in prices in the Harbour City.
Nonetheless, Sydney’s skinniest house, standing at just 6 metres wide, has sold for $15.5 million. The property went to auction with Ray White Eastern Beaches agent Benjamin Goodwin.
Multimillionaire Fiona Brown, the ex-wife of Dicker Data founder David Dicker, has offloaded her Darling Point property at a huge profit after purchasing the property for $6.34 million in 2014.
The famous four-storey property is only thin but packs a punch with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a two-car garage, a pool and a private beach. It boasts spectacular views of Sydney Harbour and is nestled in the heart of the affluent Eastern Suburbs. The east-facing property is in a highly sought-after location, so it is no surprise that the ultra-skinny mansion achieved such an astronomical price.