NB: Entrance via Waterloo Place from Church Street.
An evocative warehouse conversion, staggeringly large in a super central Bridge Road adjacent setting, this lofty, two-bedroom residence is impressively organised over three authentically urban levels, within what was once an historically significant chocolate factory and a clothing warehouse. Merging polished concrete floors with plenty of exposed timber and towering ceilings, this is a remarkably private home with discreet street presence and a sense of serenity that is surreal for such proximity to Bridge Road and its Church Street location.
At ground level, a broad, stone-topped kitchen is appointed with stainless steel appliances as it overlooks open-plan dining / living where three sets of French Doors deliver seamless connection to private and paved outdoor living. Upstairs, another vast living area - with plenty of study/bedroom or studio space - is a rare indulgence, while on the top floor a grand, mezzanine-style bedroom has been completed with an ensuite and walk-in robes. Highly secure with intercom entry and secure undercover parking that is conveniently adjacent to its front door, the home also features a bathroom / laundry on the ground floor, a first-floor powder room, volumes of storage and access to the soothing calm of communal gardens.
Simply step outside to immerse yourself in a world of some of Melbourne's favourite cafes, cosmopolitan dining, bars and nightlife, plus you have supermarkets within walking distance, Citizens Park around the corner, north-south and east-west trams within metres and trains from Richmond Railway Station, not to mention the MCG and the sporting precinct also nearby. Due Diligence Checklist