PHOTO: This industrial warehouse converted into a three-bedroom family home is officially the most expensive house in one of Sydney’s trendiest up-and-coming suburbs after selling for a cool $3.6million
An industrial warehouse converted into a three-bedroom family home is now the most expensive house in one of Sydney’s trendiest up-and-coming suburbs, after selling for a cool $3.6million.
The building in Alexandria, four kilometres south of the CBD, was converted into a two-storey terrace in 2002, but the striking charcoal façade still makes it stand out from the typical city houses built cheek-by-jowl on either side.
Two open-plan living areas, marble bathrooms and a luxury kitchen fitted with designer appliances sprawl over 416 square metres of floor space – almost twice the size of the average New South Wales home which was 220.3sqm in 2018, according to figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
A library-inspired book case lines two walls in the downstairs living room
At the rear of the house is a four-car parking garage and a raised sunlit terrace (pictured), perfect for entertaining
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