This warehouse conversion spotted on Domain features incredible living spaces, located in Waterloo, an inner-city suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The residence offers a fantastic use of space, with voluminous ceilings, expansive windows and plenty of privacy. Highlights to this four bedroom, two home includes: dual courtyards, one with a pond, a dramatic open plan living and dining area, gas fireplace and exposed timber beams and radiant heated, polished concrete flooring. There is also an expansive skylight in the center of the home, bathing the interiors with natural light.
A custom designed copper and stone kitchen is visually stunning, offering a chef’s gas cooker and Miele dishwasher. A luxurious private master bedroom suite tops off the fabulous interior. Outside, there is an enticing heated plunge pool and lush vertical garden. With a wonderful sense of privacy, the property listing states: “hidden away at the end of a private driveway, the freestanding warehouse has been conceived as a private urban sanctuary in one of Sydney’s hottest city fringe locations.
This striking piece of real estate is listed from $2.2 – $2.4 million, from Domain, while the link is available.
The warehouse showcases an eclectic fusion of industrial style architecture and high-end design. Newly constructed, this two-story warehouse features a flexible interior layout with soaring double-volume ceilings and a heated mosaic-tiled plunge pool. The layout is so flexible in fact, if you lived here, you could use it as a two, three or four bedroom—perfectly catered to your lifestyle needs.
What We Love: This alluring warehouse conversion offers the perfect indoor-outdoor connection to really live the Sydney lifestyle. You can enjoy the beautiful weather while relaxing in your comfortable furnishings. Open sliding glass doors to get a natural cross ventilation and enjoy the fresh air and views. A plunge pool awaits right off your living room… it does not get anymore perfect than that? … does it?
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