Snappy sale! Australian designer Collette Dinnigan sells 1900s Paddington pad for $2.3million after only being listed for eight days

She’s the hugely successful Australian fashion designer who is trying her hand at flipping houses.

And Collette Dinnigan, 54, has recently sold her 1900s-style Paddington terrace for $2.3 million after it was only listed for eight days, The Daily Telegraph reported.

The stunning home, set on a picturesque tree-lined street, is just footsteps away from vibrant shopping, dining, galleries and cafes. 

Snappy sale! Collette Dinnigan, 54, (pictured) has recently sold her 1900s-style Paddington terrace for $2.3 million after it was only listed for eight days, The Daily Telegraph reported

Snappy sale! Collette Dinnigan, 54, (pictured) has recently sold her 1900s-style Paddington terrace for $2.3 million after it was only listed for eight days, The Daily Telegraph reported

Inside, the sleek Victorian terrace features high ceilings, a fireplace and an impressive marble island kitchen bench top.

The master bedroom opens to a leafy balcony with a designer bathroom.

While the backyard offers privacy with tress and plants lining the fence and a must-have deck. 

And the flowing open plan layout is finished off with dark timber floors.  

Plenty of space: The flowing open plan layout is finished off with dark timber floors, high ceilings and a fireplace

Plenty of space: The flowing open plan layout is finished off with dark timber floors, high ceilings and a fireplace

Modern finishes: It features an impressive marble island kitchen bench top

Modern finishes: It features an impressive marble island kitchen bench top 

Summer vibes: While the backyard offers some privacy with tress and plants lining the fence and a must-have deck

Summer vibes: While the backyard offers some privacy with tress and plants lining the fence and a must-have deck

It was purchased in 2017 for $2.25 million.

Collette quit the fashion industry after a successful 24 years and decided to turn to real estate with her entrepreneurial husband Bradley Cocks.

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In 2018, the loved-up pair bid farewell to their six bedroom Southern Highlands Avoca home, named Springfield Farm, for $7.25 million, after owing it for 18 months.  

Property portfolio: The home, that is set on a picturesque tree-lined street, was purchased in 2017 for $2.25 million

Property portfolio: The home, that is set on a picturesque tree-lined street, was purchased in 2017 for $2.25 million

Career change: Collette quit the fashion industry after a successful 24 years and decided to turn to real estate with her entrepreneurial husband Bradley Cocks (pictured). They've renovated and sold more than $50 million worth of real estate

Career change: Collette quit the fashion industry after a successful 24 years and decided to turn to real estate with her entrepreneurial husband Bradley Cocks (pictured). They’ve renovated and sold more than $50 million worth of real estate

‘I don’t lose money on my houses, although I always seem to go over budget,’ she told The Weekend Australian‘s, The List – Best Mansions magazine.

‘But people who buy a house I’ve renovated do so knowing that it is something that is really good quality and will stand the test of time.’

The couple have been spending a lot more time in southern Italy where they have been restoring a 100-year-old farmhouse in Puglia.

Busy woman: She has been spending a lot more time in southern Italy with her husband and son, Hunter, where they've been restoring a 100-year-old farmhouse in Puglia

Busy woman: She has been spending a lot more time in southern Italy with her husband and son, Hunter, where they’ve been restoring a 100-year-old farmhouse in Puglia



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