Sackville House is a six storey brick and concrete former warehouse with two basement levels. Extended and converted to residential units with the addition of the top two floors in 1999 designed by John Wardle and built by Contract Control. There 27 Units in the complex and the building is not heritage protected. For those not familiar with the location this building is in the heart of the Paris end of town surrounded by some of Melbourne’s most prestigious restaurants and shops. This apartment would be suitable for downsizers and professionals working in the city. It looks a bit dated and there may be potential to renovate the kitchen and bathroom. At approx 9500 psm the price seems reasonable considering the attributes it is not a true heritage complex but the location is a massive plus. Flammable cladding checks may be recommended as the property had some renovation after 1997 also check on adjoining buildings use and future developments as you wouldn't want your natural light and or views to be blocked by a high rise tower. We have a due diligence process in place for those interested in knowing the main kep points when buying an apartment in the city.
David has worked as a property Investment adviser, property consultant, buyer agent & valuer to private clients, financial planners, accountants, finance brokers and various government entities since 1999. He has been involved in more than $1b worth of transactions across Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia & Queensland.