Under one roof: the Rosebery warehouse with creative flair and function
A uniquely creative 3-bedroom residence with commercial office component is for sale with a price estimate of $3 million.
Offered to the market by BresicWhitney Director Shannan Whitney, the residence at 16 Princess Avenue Rosebery is a free-standing, mixed-use 1960s ‘sawtooth’ warehouse.
Mr Whitney is offering the property on behalf of Mark and Lizzi Morrissey, owners of Morrissey Management – one of Australia’s most successful and paramount talent companies. The property has been utilised as the Morrissey’s home and office.
The property will pique the interest of many buyers, as will its Rosebery location, being one of the city’s fastest emerging suburbs said Mr Whitney. “It’s arguably one of Sydney’s best opportunities for those after a warehouse lifestyle that the market’s seen in some time.
“We know the pandemic fundamentally changed the interaction between work and home. More buyers are now wanting a residence that allows them to enjoy both elements fully under the one roof without the feeling of compromise. To have it in such a creative space with authentic heritage features is quite special.”
With a land size of 291sqm and total 400sqm floor space, the property offers authentic industrial concrete floors throughout, original window frames and metal trusses, double-height ceilings, two street frontages with goods access and more.
The co-agent on the property is John Bacic of Metro Commercial. It is scheduled for auction on Saturday 13 August.
View: the listing here.