With soaring ceilings, expansive spaces and meticulously crafted fittings, this contemporary conversion of a former bedding factory offers so many possibilities. In the heart of Collingwood, close to Gertrude and Smith Streets, North Richmond Station and the MCG, the property has an imaginatively zoned floor plan incorporating several large principal rooms, including a splendid gallery-style meeting space; Smeg-equipped kitchen; offices; two stunning bathrooms, powder room and laundry. With a double garage, it features generous storage, recycled timber floors, gas heating, ceiling fans, video-entry security and cabling.
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