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Old warehouse sells for £1million - and it's all thanks to something surprising inside

Mirror logo Mirror 11/09/2018 Zoe Forsey

a house that has a sign on the side of a building: Hmmm.... © Google Hmmm.... Doesn't look like much, does it?

From the outside, this run-down old warehouse doesn't look particularly interesting and most people would probably just walk straight past without giving it a second glance.

But in the perfect example not to judge a book by its cover, this modest looking building hides an incredible little secret - and it's just sold for $1,230,000 as a result.

The warehouse has been transformed into a very cool two-bedroom home , complete with a modern kitchen, dining area and a very stylish bathroom. 

a room filled with lots of furniture © Credits: Raywhite Spring Hill, Sam Mayes, Jac Tully The property, in Brisbane, Australia, is decorated like a hipster's dream with exposed ceilings, steel beams and concrete beams.

The online advert states: "Inner-city living doesn't get any cooler than this.

"You can search all of Brisbane but you won't find anything like this industrial-style warehouse conversion that perfectly captures the trendy street-style of Melbourne.

"From the fresh red bathroom to the exposed ceilings, concrete floors and steel beams, this a must-have home for the stylish. An open floorplan offers flexibility so you can create any kind of living space you want.

a large red door © Credits: Raywhite Spring Hill, Sam Mayes, Jac Tully "There are two bedrooms, one bathroom and lots of open-plan living. Step up to the sunny courtyard where you can sip your Barista-made coffee while soaking up the sunshine."

The building has fronts on two roads, which adds a significant amount of value to it.

There's also some outside space in the form of a small courtyard and two parking spaces.

Agent Zac Tully told the Courier-Mail there was a huge variety of potential buyers interested in the property.

the inside of a building © Credits: Raywhite Spring Hill, Sam Mayes, Jac Tully He said: "A large amount of them were purely wanting to turn it into a fully renovated warehouse though.

"A lot of local Spring Hill house and business owners had interest, and then we had a mixture of buyers from all over Brisbane that purely had interest in the warehouse style and a handful of people flew up from Sydney and Melbourne to view the home."


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