Heritage-listed Gothic corner building sold

Heritage-listed Gothic corner building sold
Heritage-listed Gothic corner building sold

A heritage-listed city fringe building in Melbourne's Ascot Vale built in 1880 has been sold for $1.8 million.

The commercial property, 403-405 Mt Alexander Rd, Ascot Vale, on the corner of Mt Alexander Road and Bank Street was built for the English Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank and designed by architects Terry and Oakden.

It is one of only ten Gothic style banks in Victoria.

The building has nine main rooms and a period-style bathroom with claw bath, hydronic heating in each room and a paved backyard which can accommodate parking for up to 4 vehicles.

Anthony Carbone of CVA said the sale represents a substantial building rate of $6,315.79 per square metre.

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Heritage Listing Ascot Vale

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