St Peters jam factory conversion sold for $2.12 million pre-auction

St Peters jam factory conversion sold for $2.12 million pre-auction
St Peters jam factory conversion sold for $2.12 million pre-auction

The St Peters jam factory residential conversion has been snapped up before auction for $2.12 million.

The facade looks like every other inner city warehouse, but inside has been transformed by Graham Sachse and Grant Maxwell.

It was operating as a jam and chutney packaging company just 10 years ago.

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There was a buyers guide of $2.1 million for the 41 Hutchinson Street property with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and one parking space on a block of 373 square metres.

It last sold 10 years ago for $810,000.

It sold through Duncan Grant of BresicWhitney Estate Agents.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph. 

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