1880's heritage-listed Brooklyn Arts Hotel in Fitzroy hits the market

1880's heritage-listed Brooklyn Arts Hotel in Fitzroy hits the market
1880's heritage-listed Brooklyn Arts Hotel in Fitzroy hits the market

Brooklyn, the 1880s built heritage-listed Fitzroy property currently operating as a four star hotel, has hit the market for the first time in a decade. 

It is currently owned by filmmaker and designer Maggie Fooke who runs The Brooklyn Arts Hotel, a convivial European-style four star hotel.

 1880's heritage-listed Brooklyn Arts Hotel in Fitzroy hits the market

Fooke paid $1.5 million for the landmark property in 2006.

The George Street building was constructed in 1865 and later extended in Ecclesiastical Gothic style with a double loggia façade by the New York entrepreneur and shoe importer Joseph Levy.

 1880's heritage-listed Brooklyn Arts Hotel in Fitzroy hits the market

The seven bedroom property with 14 principle rooms has also previously been ran as a boarding house.

Nelson Alexander agents Arch Staver and David Sanguinedo, who have a $4.2 million to $4.5 million guide for its September 14 auction, suggest it is suitable for conversion into a luxury family home.

 1880's heritage-listed Brooklyn Arts Hotel in Fitzroy hits the market

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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