Creative conversion a luxury statement in Armadale
There’s no sign of the antiques depot that used to occupy this warehouse that has been spectacularly converted into a modern luxury home.
Built in 1935, the warehouse at 11 Kingsway, Armadale was converted into a home in the 2000s and has recently been renovated again, creating a stylish abode.
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Jellis Craig Armadale agent David Sciola said the massive living space was a highlight.
“It has full height cathedral ceilings with exposed beams,” Mr Sciola said.
“The location is also pretty amazing, I think it is one of the only houses on Kings Arcade (shopping strip).”
The home is entered via a courtyard behind a private gate, with bi-fold doors opening to the living space.
The interior is designed to capture natural light from every angle.
A void with high cathedral ceilings above the living area creates a sense of space.
The sleek kitchen has Miele appliances, a walk-in pantry and plenty of benchspace. It adjoins the dining area that connects to an atrium, which lets more natural light flood into the home.
The ground floor also accommodates a bedroom and bathroom, while upstairs on two separate mezzanines are the main bedroom with study, walk-in wardrobe and ensuite, plus a third bedroom.
The courtyard entrance doubles as parking space for two cars.
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The property is in a highly sought-after location just off Kings Arcade and close to High St shops and the train station.
It is going to private auction on June 22 with price hopes of $1.95-$2.1 million.