The Barley Store
Introducing a rare piece of Collingwood history, a warehouse conversion which was part of the Victorian Distillery constructed by Thomas Aitken circa 1864, originally used as The Barley Store.
Comprising of 4 generously proportioned levels offering a flexible floor plan with many of the features that maintain the heart and soul of the original building including stunning brickwork, exposed steel and timbers and original external doors and windows.
The ground level consists of a modern, recently renovated open plan kitchen and dining, with access to a secure garage and second garage both accessible via Bryon Street.
The main living room on level 1 has great proportions and is complemented by romantic Juliet balcony, laundry and power room. The second level offers 2 bedrooms with exposed wooden ceilings and a stylish central bathroom.
Rounding off this exceptional property at the top floor you find the main bedroom with solid timber floors, high ceilings and modern en-suite. From this room you will have direct access to an entertaining area with kitchenette opening up to a bright and airy sundeck. You will love the distant and uninterrupted views east across Collingwood and beyond.
Other features include hydronic heating, air conditioning, security CCTV and an additional third car space on a separate title.
Sitting within a commercially zoned precinct the property offers wide options of use. Enjoy 'as is' or think of this vast flexible floor plan as the canvas for your own imagination to exploit a unique opportunity in your own style.
Nestled in a quiet lane near the Victoria Street's tram and the Fitzroy Gardens, this exceptional environment is near East Melbourne and Collingwood's galleries, cafes, shops, sporting venues, multiple transport options and is within easy walking distance of the CBD.