Former drill hall warehouse conversion sold in North Fitzroy

Former drill hall warehouse conversion sold in North Fitzroy
Former drill hall warehouse conversion sold in North Fitzroy

Bookseller Mark Rubbo, the founding chair of the Melbourne Writers Festival, and wife Wendy have sold their Fitzroy warehouse conversion.

They had $2.8 million to $3 million hopes for the property they bought as an empty shell in 2004.

They commissioned architect Maggie Edmond to adapt the property.

It has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a kitchen adjoining the open plan living space which flows to a north facing terrace.

The Little Victoria Street warehouse began life as a drill hall in the 1930s. 

Nelson Alexander Fitzroy agents Peter Stephens and Sonya Laferla handled the marketing.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian. 

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