Bellair Street, Kensington house sold for $2.5 million

Bellair Street, Kensington house sold for $2.5 million
Bellair Street, Kensington house sold for $2.5 million

An Kensington house has been sold for $2.530 million.

Located at 168 Bellair Street, the former Kensington Property Exchange was constructed in 1891.

The property is an example of architect Edward Owen Hughes with a heavily ornamented façade with pedimented Corinthian pavilions.

It features an octagonal tower on the first floor as well as a ground-floor commercial space suitable for an art gallery, boutique architect’s office or consultation room.

Potential to divide the property into a spacious one-bedroom first-floor apartment and three-bedroom second-floor home is available or you can retain the four-bedroom personal residence across two levels.

Other original features includes antique fireplaces, original hardwood floors, central timber staircase, stained glass windows and statuesque mouldings.

It is located steps to Kensington Station, moments to Flemington Racecourse, and within easy reach of all major amenities in Melbourne CBD.

The property was offered through Pavilion Property Melbourne agents Joe Morabito and John Slavkoski.

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