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A freshly converted warehouse is headed for auction in Sydney

Designed by architect Petar Danicic

This laneway warehouse in Sydney’s Leichhardt suburb has been transformed to dramatic effect by architect Petar Danicic.

The Sydney property retains the shell of the ex-industrial space with a soaring double-height atrium at its heart made using reclaimed ironwood timber. It features an automatic louvre roof that diffuses light into every nook of the four-bedroom home.

Danicic has exposed raw brickwork and steel trusses from the building’s industrial heyday throughout the converted warehouse, which is being auctioned on Saturday 13 April by BresicWhitney with a guide price of $3.5m AUD.

Bedrooms open onto the courtyard and have been outfitted with bespoke cabinetry. The 430 sqm space also has its own self-contained studio for buyers seeking a live/work space.

A freshly converted warehouse is headed for auction in Sydney
Photography: BresicWhitney

Leichhardt is best known as the epicentre of Sydney’s Italian community, with restaurants, bars and cafes all within walking distance.

A freshly converted warehouse is headed for auction in Sydney
Photography: BresicWhitney
A freshly converted warehouse is headed for auction in Sydney
Photography: BresicWhitney
A freshly converted warehouse is headed for auction in Sydney
Photography: BresicWhitney

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