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On the outside this $1.3million abode looks like a decrepit old warehouse

From the outside this home has a spectacularly unappealing visage, with brown brickwork and a matching steel door.

But once you step through the double garage you’ll be surprised to find an extremely spacious two-bedroom and one-bathroom warehouse fit for any budding inner-city hipster.

The property, which is being described as one of the ‘coolest’ dwellings in Brisbane, is now home to a local of the Spring Hill area, realestate.com reported.

From the outside this home has a spectacularly unappealing visage, with brown brickwork and a matching steel door

So what does it look like inside?

The industrial warehouse conversion is designed with an open-plan idea in mind and once held stapling equipment for firm FJ House.

It now has an exposed wooden ceiling with timber accents – like staircases – and could potentially have a loft or level built into it should the buyer want to.

But once you step through the double garage you'll be surprised to find an extremely spacious two-bedroom and one-bathroom warehouse fit for any budding inner-city hipster

But once you step through the double garage you’ll be surprised to find an extremely spacious two-bedroom and one-bathroom warehouse fit for any budding inner-city hipster

The property, which is being described as one of the 'coolest' dwellings in Brisbane, is now home to a local of the Spring Hill area, realestate.com reported

The property, which is being described as one of the ‘coolest’ dwellings in Brisbane, is now home to a local of the Spring Hill area, realestate.com reported

The industrial warehouse conversion is designed with an open-plan idea in mind and once held stapling equipment for firm FJ House

The industrial warehouse conversion is designed with an open-plan idea in mind and once held stapling equipment for firm FJ House

It also has the very rare two street frontage that desired buyers originally.

Agents Sam Mayes and Zac Tully of Ray White were in charge of the sale – and managed to secure a $1,230,000 sale on August 27.

Mr Tully told The Courier-Mail that those inspecting the property were ‘the largest mix of buyers I have ever dealt with’.

It now has an exposed wooden ceiling with timber accents - like staircases - and could potentially have a loft or level built into it should the buyer want to

It now has an exposed wooden ceiling with timber accents – like staircases – and could potentially have a loft or level built into it should the buyer want to

Agents Sam Mayes and Zac Tully of Ray White were in charge of the sale - and managed to secure a $1,230,000 sale on August 27

Agents Sam Mayes and Zac Tully of Ray White were in charge of the sale – and managed to secure a $1,230,000 sale on August 27

Mr Tully told The Courier-Mail that those inspecting the property were 'the largest mix of buyers I have ever dealt with'

Mr Tully told The Courier-Mail that those inspecting the property were ‘the largest mix of buyers I have ever dealt with’

And while many were intrigued by the concrete flooring and outdoor courtyard, only one person closed the deal

And while many were intrigued by the concrete flooring and outdoor courtyard, only one person closed the deal

‘A large amount of them were purely wanting to turn it into a fully renovated warehouse though,’ he said.

There were a number of interested customers in the surrounding area – including a few from Melbourne and Sydney – who came to view the property.

And while many were intrigued by the concrete flooring and outdoor courtyard, only one person was lucky enough to close the deal.    

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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