Converted corner shop becomes South Melbourne

Converted corner shop becomes South Melbourne
Converted corner shop becomes South Melbourne

This 1860s converted shop and adjoining stables sold in South Melbourne at weekend auction for $2.18 million.

It last traded at $1.13 million in 2007.

Set on a 200 sq m block, the recently renovated two story property at 315 Moray Street was marketed as having had a chic residential update.

Its fireplaces and lofty ceilings remain in a minimalist, modern polish finish.

Converted corner shop becomes South Melbourne

Bifold doors to the rear deck and courtyard connect the kitchen and meals area.

The two storey former stables, with a private entry from Cobden Street, comprises a bedroom, bathroom, with open plan living/dining room.

Marshall White’s Justin Holod was expecting about $1.9 million. 

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