Susan D. Robinson Storage December 15th 2018, 15:28:26
What is as great about a warehouse as a property? First of all, a warehouse can be acquired with a lower price than a normal residential building. Second of all, if you do not really use your warehouse, you can just rent it to someone in need to a large space. Third of all, if you are a bit (just a bit, mind you) of a hoarder, and the house is quite packed to contain whatever you have to add there, just toss some of your old belongings into the warehouse, and everyone is happy. This list can go on.
And with people getting more creative and innovative and thirsty for something new every single day, a warehouse today can become more than just plain old warehouse. Like this one, we saw on RTEdgar. This structure in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia was a warehouse and has been converted into a residential building. Sitting on a plot in Abbots-ford suburb, the converted warehouse now has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Last reported; the converted warehouse is on sale.
The ground floor can be easily turned into a home office. It has one bedroom complete with a courtyard. Then there is an open plan study as well as the second living room. Floor to ceiling windows/doors is used to give the floor unlimited natural light during the day and plenty opening for fresh air. There is a large bathroom sharing the space with laundry room. There is also another courtyard and a garage with lock up system.
The broker took the time to explain and told us that none of the expenses had been spared. Not with the architectural masterpiece where you could actually see the merge of the features of the original factory with the best pieces you could ask for in a modern living. Take a look at our photo collection of the converted warehouse residential space below. You know you love it already. Go get it. That, or, well, build one of your own.