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An award-winning converted warehouse hits the market in Sydney’s Annandale

With a soaring saw-tooth roof

This Annandale property looks like a working warehouse from the outside but step through its doors and you’re in for a surprise…

SQ Projects converted the 272 sqm building in 2015, scooping a Master Builder’s Award for its adaptive reuse and fusing its industrial bones with bespoke craftsmanship.

The firm retained the early 20th-century warehouse’s soaring saw-tooth roof, its vast glass panes flooding the living spaces below in light. Exposed timber beams can be seen throughout the three-bedroom Sydney property, which features sand-blasted brick walls, steel-framed windows and bare concrete floors that have been left on show as a testament to its past.

An award-winning converted warehouse hits the market in Sydney’s Annandale
Via BresicWhitney

It is headed to auction on 16 March via Bresic/Whitney with a guide price of AUD $4m. The ground floor emerges onto an alfresco terrace and walled courtyard garden, planted with creepers. A large home studio folds off this outdoor space while bedrooms can be found upstairs.

Meanwhile, the wet rooms and kitchen were designed by Sam Crawford Architects.

An award-winning converted warehouse hits the market in Sydney’s Annandale
Via BresicWhitney
An award-winning converted warehouse hits the market in Sydney’s Annandale
Via BresicWhitney
An award-winning converted warehouse hits the market in Sydney’s Annandale
Via BresicWhitney

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