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Nothing else to do today, but…
The garden variety terrace, green-fringed and full of breathing space
A textural mix of reclaimed materials and creative custom finishes
Built in 1926 as a warehouse for Edwards & Co, it was the company’s tea headquarters for around seven years. Its warehouse authenticity is preserved in its sense of volume. This level-2 apartment was once the admin floor. Tea was hoisted up to the upper floors and dropped down a central chute on the SE side to horse and carts for delivery around Sydney @geofflung
Parkside terrace with oversized ambiance… set between King Street, Carriageworks and Uni precincts for real inner-city living
Historic fire station turned warehouse home. No fireman’s pole, but private lift access instead
Class worthy of a ‘Manar’ apartment, a 1930s home gracefully elevated into this millennium
In the same family for 84 years, this character home is now on the move. If these walls could talk…
Sydney’s historic tea merchants were responsible for some of the city’s most iconic warehouses and this one is considered extraordinary, if not the best. And it has the stories to match
Double-height concrete ceilings, full-wall windows and architectural prowess for a true loft feel
Smooth and seamless, from the hedged façade right through to the timber deck. This terrace shines with its new finishes
Converted warehouse as a 4-level townhouse. Cool industrial character with secret hideaways