Offering a bold and sophisticated New York-style living experience, in an historically significant building that is discretely nestled within one of Melbourne's iconic bluestone laneways, this vast and lofty two bedroom residence is something to behold. Converted from its origins as an industrial icon to one of the City's most tightly-held residential buildings, the Dovers Building circa 1908 is noteworthy for many reasons, including its claim as the world's oldest example of a flat plate reinforced concrete structure. Inspiring awe with its towering four metre exposed-concrete ceilings, stunning Turner Mushroom Slab pillars and huge floor-to-ceiling industrial windows, the home is like few others as it combines surreal leafy outlooks with a unique inner-city perspective. Impressive lofty proportions highlight a kitchen with premium appliances, glossy timber benches, two-pack cabinetry and open-plan living that is enhanced by a cast iron balcony. The bedrooms are each generous with extensive built-in robes and there are two superb bathrooms. Quintessentially boutique at its heart , this rarely offered block features a communal rooftop terrace and boasts exceptional owner-occupancy rates as well as secure parking and video entry.
Central to everything, but most noteworthy, the very finest of City shopping, dining at China Town, theatre, all transport and the State Library are all at your doorstep. Due Diligence Checklist