An outstanding converted warehouse oozing character and charm from the original red brick façade to the lofty ceilings is an example of an era gone by but certainly not forgotten. Originally completed in 1891 and once home to a local foundry this stylish residence offers the flexibility to work and live from home. Adjacent to the popular Lux Foundry Cafe, the property has its own street frontage and a newly installed video intercom entrance with twin glass commercial doors with remote door release. The front door leads into a wide lobby or reception area, and beyond a glass wall features a large ground level bedroom or vast office/studio space with built in robes and a full bathroom. A wide staircase takes you to the first floor where you will find a large open plan living/dining room with durable polished concrete flooring. The dining areas flows into a fully equipped commercial style kitchen which features a huge freestanding stainless steel oven with six-burner gas cooktops, quality canopy rangehood, Miele dishwasher, pantry, stainless steel benches and splashbacks. The uppermost floor comprises two bedrooms and a centrally located bathroom. The building offers remote-controlled heating and cooling. Three secure car spaces are also included, two of which are fully covered, and the prime position is within a stroll of Anstey train station, Sydney road trams, parks and the eclectic range of shopping of Sydney Road.