PHOTO: Behind the redbrick façade of this 1920s building that once housed the George Street Post Office is a one-of-a-kind home of enviable luxury
- A historic post office converted into a luxury home in east Melbourne has hit the market with a $10m price tag
- Behind the preserved 1920s redbrick façade lie sprawling open plan living spaces and a designer kitchen
- The house boasts four bedrooms, three resort-style bathrooms, a wine cellar and basement billiard’s room
- It also has a conservatory used as an art studio and a garden courtyard complete with an outdoor kitchen
- It’s the first time the former George Street Post Office has been sold as a private residence in over a century
A historic post office converted into a spectacular one-of-a-kind house in Melbourne‘s east has hit the market with a $10million price tag, making it the most expensive property in the sought-after area.
Behind the redbrick façade of the 1920s building that once housed the George Street Post Office is a unique home of enviable luxury, complete with grand resort-style bathrooms, a wine cellar, a billiard’s room, a designer kitchen and sprawling open-plan living spaces flooded with natural sunlight.
Original features including a grand hallway, library, fireplaces and towering corniced ceilings have been painstakingly preserved, while wrought iron gates once used by the postmaster still provide access to the front of building today.
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