Fitzroy warehouse remodeling turn heads with cool design

A conversion to “the connection between all that’s cool” has hit the market with artistic interiors that the sellers have designed.

A warehouse redevelopment in the “context of everything cool” in Fitzroy has hit the market with a clear exterior painting work and interior design.

The three-bedroom property just off Brunswick St on 1/93 Westgarth St has been transformed into a captivating and cool inner suburban oasis by its vendors, who have $ 1.4- $ 1.5m hopes.

Nelson Alexander Fitzroy agent Roland Paterson said the “immediate street front, stock taste, presentation and design” were important selling points for buyers.

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“We’ve had a large number in the air … everyone is looking for a warehouse conversion, as opposed to a townhouse, and the good thing about this is that it’s a similar price as a townhouse, but you also have your own facade, almost like a terrace, ”he said.

“The sellers have renovated it themselves; The entrance level is quite interesting with a glass wall in there, so you have the flexibility to use that space as a home office or as another bedroom. And wherever you go, many people would have turned it into another living zone, but they have created a really big entrance, which is quite luxurious. ”

In addition to the intriguing blue façade is an ultra-private upper level with a roof terrace overlooking the city bathed in northern sun, which enters the primary living area through window walls.

There is a bathroom on the first floor along with a bedroom and kitchen and dining area, while another bedroom is by itself up another staircase.

Sir. Roland said the young family who sold the house had improved markedly compared to a basic earlier redevelopment of the site and moved further out with their children.

CoreLogic records show that the property, which also has a single-car garage, was last sold for $ 735,000 in 2014.

It is scheduled for auction on December 4th.

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Originally released as a Fitzroy department store conversion that turns heads with cool design


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