Built in 1929, the building was originally a warehouse for the Sargood family during the rag trade days. Its conversion in 1998 caught the attention of those looking for a stylish city residence that was considerably larger than any New York-style apartment on the Melbourne market.
Dark timber, sash windows and pops of colour shown in the furniture and artwork make this home a warm and welcoming place to live in that has a multi-layered history.
Tongue n Groove solid engineered European oak floorboards in the Otta colour, Eterno classic wire-brushed finish and Piccolo format feature throughout the interior of this apartment.
With its dark pewter grey tones and brown undertones, Otta is a unique colour that works in a range of environments, including this stunning apartment.
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