#auctionwatch It’s rare to find a raw warehouse in Sydney these days, let alone in the popular suburb of Camperdown, which is why this untouched double-fronted brick warehouse is grabbing so much attention.
The warehouse dates from the early 20th century and has 350 sq m of internal space across its raw, double-height interior, which features whitewashed brick, concrete floors and exposed steel girders. Overhead is a corrugated iron roof with rooflights, and there are critical-style steel framed windows on the lover level, with a mezzanine office inserted at the front of the building next to a rolling steel door that opens to the street.
The warehouse has a blue-grey facade and sloping rooflines. It is located on the residential Northwood Street and rubs shoulders with bungalows and low-rise buildings.
Most importantly, the commercial building is zoned R4 for living and comes with DA-approved plans for its adaptive reuse as a four-bedroom home designed by Silvester Fuller. The Sydney firm’s vision spans three levels: a basement store, roof terrace and pool, and split-level living connected by lifts.
BresicWhitney is holding the auction at 10 am on Saturday, 24 June 2023, with a guide price of AUD 3m.