South Melbourne historic property, Irish Linen House, sold

South Melbourne historic property, Irish Linen House, sold
South Melbourne historic property, Irish Linen House, sold

A former linen warehouse converted into a house at South Melbourne has been sold.

The home at 251-255 Moray Street, Irish Linen House sits on two titles of over 340 sqm of land.

It was amalgamated in two acquisitions - $1.8 million in 2007 and then $552,000 in 2012.

No latest sale price has been given, but $4.5 million plus was tipped.

Retaining its rich period personality it has a modern design that offers either a unique lifestyle, investment or even redevelopment possibilities.

Title one, consisting of Number 251, is a two bedroom townhouse with a zoned open plan living and dining spaces with gas period style open fire.

The other title, Number 253, is a 158 sqm office that has a large reception, two meeting rooms, a large open plan office with kitchenette along with bathroom and landscaped courtyard.

Number 255 is a former warehouse thar has been converted into a residence.

The one bedroom property with exposed original brickwork and timber floors comes with a home office, two open plan living and dining areas alongside a kitchen.

The property was offered through Abercomby’s Real Estate agents Jock Langley and Sam Goddard.

 

 

 

 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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