Painstakingly transformed by the current owners into a city haven, 19 Myrtle St in Leichhardt is on the market with a $2.5 million guide. With 420sqm of space and a grey front facade, Hudson McHugh’s James Price said it is a property buyers need to appreciate in person. MORE: Inside Karl Stefanovic’s new waterfront mansion Bidding war sparks online auction frenzy Rebel Wilson scores big property payday The warehouse has been under the same ownership for 23 years.Source:Supplied COVID-19: What will happen to house prices? COVID-19: What will happen to house prices? “The pictures almost don’t do it justice,” he said. “Buyers almost have to come and see it in person to appreciate how big the spaces are and the attention to detail.” The 1920s industrial building 300sqm of internal living with four bedrooms and three bathrooms across two levels. The centre piece of the home is the expansive living and dining room area that has cathedral ceilings and large factory windows that allow plenty of light in. Original warehouse features such as high ceilings and exposed roof beams also remain in tact. The tranquil courtyard is a perfect escape from city life.Source:Supplied All bedrooms have built-in storage.Source:Supplied The main… Read full this story
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