Warehouse conversions are often imitated, but this Melbourne property is the real deal, located in a 102-year-old building known as the Spanish Cellar because it used to store wine.
Six Degrees converted the rugged redbrick building (in the popular Brunswick suburb) into four homes and this residence – for sale with JellisCraig for between $1.8m-$1.975m AUD – is spread over three levels, with its own street frontage.
The firm positions itself at the forefront of what it calls ‘user experience architecture’, and the apartment delivers big on volume and light. Soaring ceilings, exposed beams and timber flooring hone the industrial character of the space, culminating with the ‘entertainer’s kitchen’ and living room which is crowned by vaulted ceilings and steel windows flanked by distressed brickwork.
The three-bedroom warehouse conversion has a two-car parking garage and, up top, an undercover terrace with views of the city (a second, north-facing balcony is at the rear). Expressions of interest close on Thursday, 17 November. Take a peek at the gallery above.