Historic cable tram shed home conversion in North Melbourne for sale

Staff reporterNovember 22, 20160 min read

A historic cable tram shed and workshop in North Melbourne that has been converted into a family home is for sale.

It was bought three years ago by car collector Chris Page because he wanted to grow his car collection.

He and his family moved from their Carlton home and renovated the historic 1918 building.

It is a vast five bedroom home with a big garage downstairs as well as a street-facing mechanic business.

He hopes that another like-minded car enthusiast will secure the property.

The property first began as a cable tram shed in the 1920s before being converted into a tramways administration office and then finally into a Mediterranean grocer before being converted into the current home.

The reported asking price $5.5 million property includes the mechanic business space.

The business owner would be happy to stay if the new owner wishes.

The property is offered through Jellis Craig agents John Morello and Simon Mason

Staff reporter

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Property Sale
North Melbourne
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