1 Drummond Street, Carlton VIC 3053

  • 210 sqm / approx

A boom style terrace on the edge of the CBD with a bluestone basement

1 Drummond St is part of Melbournia Terrace which was erected in 1876 by Woolf Davis and designed by well known architect Norman Hitchcock. Davis occupied the largest of the terraces at No. 1 Drummond St. which still commands a high profile city-fringe position on the corner of Victoria Street. This spacious residence is a fascinating piece of Melbourne’s early history it was used for a time as a synagogue and a sucooh booth.

A striking Victorian terrace with flexible Mixed Use zoning, it is immaculately kept throughout. The multi-level layout is currently configured with nine principle rooms, but could be easily returned to its original floorplan as a residence (STCA). These include a spacious living/dining area with an integrated modern kitchen, offering SMEG gas appliances, eight large bedrooms, plus three bathrooms, a powder room, two laundries and a private courtyard. Key features include a wide arched entrance, soaring ceilings, ornate marble fireplaces and a lattice balcony overlooking the city. Add to this a well ventilated blue stone basement, with its own entrance (currently used as a bedroom). Renovation to a grand family home is limited only by ones imagination.

This unique property enjoys marvellous exposure in a coveted location close to vibrant Lygon Street, Carlton Gardens, Melbourne University and RMIT. It also provides easy access to Theatres, Galleries, Victoria market, hospitals, public transport including the future Melbourne Metro Tunnel. Discerning buyers should be quick to take advantage of this exceptional opportunity with exciting scope for a landmark inner city lifestyle, grand residence, home based business, robust investment or business venture.

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    Floor Area

  • 210 sqm / approx

Property Sold

Sold 18/03/2022 Undisclosed