Former Ryde ambulance station residential conversion sells pre-auction

Former Ryde ambulance station residential conversion sells pre-auction
Former Ryde ambulance station residential conversion sells pre-auction

A Ryde home that was the once the suburb’s ambulance station has sold pre-auction for $1.55 million.

The home was sold by Susanne Grindal, owner of Art of Baking in Gladesville, and her husband Daniel.

They had paid $755,000 in 2010.

It was the ambulance service premises from 1931 to 2004 after which the property was converted to residential.

The building cost £2500, with £1000 contributed by district residents.

The original building status is still etched onto the facade, reading Central District Ambulance above the garage.

Set on 580 square metres, the home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an original wood-burning fireplace in the living area after its conversion by Tas-Built.

Former Ryde ambulance station residential conversion sells pre-auction

Phillip and Chris Allison at Belle Property Hunters Hill sold the home for the Brisbane-bound couple.

It sold pre-auction to downsizers from Ryde after eight contracts were issued for the Blaxland Road offering. 

The initial price guidance was $1,250,000 to $1,375,000.

Susanne’s special cake creations have featured in magazines including Bride To Be.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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