Melbourne and its inner city areas are renowned for its rich and distinct industrial history, now in more modern times, its once active and operated factories and warehouses have been slowly converted into dwelling spaces or AKA: warehouse conversations. In the most recent times, the most prominent warehouse converted suburbs have been located in the likes of Fitzroy, Collingwood, Clifton Hill, Richmond and Northcote (northern locations), Yarraville in the western corridor, and St Kilda and Port Melbourne, for a more sea-side view.
Bearing in mind, though it’s a unique living experience, the price tag doesn’t usually come cheap, firstly the conversation process that is involved is costly, and the prime locations that these converted spaces/structures are situated in, and not to mention the historical value.
The interior usually gives it a more spacious feel with the higher ceilings, solid build and the design is not your conventional apartment style, so in other words, you pay for all these things. But if you have the money, you can live a lavish and ultra-cool lifestyle (this is perception based of course), definitely a great bachelor pad for all you single people, and giving you the opportunity to deeply immerse yourself into the yappy culture.
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