Historic 1856 Fitzroy Royal Terrace trophy home listed

Historic 1856 Fitzroy Royal Terrace trophy home listed
Historic 1856 Fitzroy Royal Terrace trophy home listed

One of the terrace houses on Royal Terrace, one of Melbourne’s largest remaining group of early terrace homes, has hit the market.

It comes with a price guide of $5.15 million. John Bryant, a timber merchant and builder, commissioned the terraces and his family owned them until 1955, when they became Salvation Army accommodation for about two decades.

It has been offered by Brett Vanderwert and Glen Coutinho from RT Edgar Hawthorn. 

Renovated recently, the 1856 home at 62 Nicholson Street, Fitzroy now comprises two units with an easy option to return to one stately home. 

Each unit offers refined lounge and dining rooms overlooking the Carlton Gardens, and Unit One comes with additional informal living space.

Historic 1856 Fitzroy Royal Terrace trophy home listed

The designed kitchens are equipped with stone benches, Miele appliances and provincial-styled cabinetry.

The homes are completed with a combined total of four bedrooms, home office or fifth bedroom, two laundries, and bluestone-paved patio.

Historic 1856 Fitzroy Royal Terrace trophy home listed

Other features of Royal Terrace include Regency style bluestone facade, secured double carport, heating and cooling.

It is just a short walk to Gertrude Street, Brunswick Street, Lygon Street and the CBD with immediate access to public transport, local schools, universities and parklands.

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