A former jam and chutney factory in St Peters has found a buyer, selling prior to auction for $2.12 million.
The three-bedroom home at 41 Hutchinson St looks like every other inner city factory from the outside, but inside has been transformed into an artistic haven by sellers Grant Maxwell and Graham Sachse.
A completely raw prospect when they bought it for $810,000 back in 2009, the pair renovated the upstairs office first before moving in and creating the downstairs area.
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“We wanted a place where we could maximise wall space as we needed room for both the art and living,” Mr Sachse told the Inner West Courier at the time of listing.
“It has become an oasis because once you’re in the open space you have no idea what is going on in the outside world.”
The home originally had an auction guide of $2 million, but that was upped to $2.1 million following strong interest from buyers.
It sold a day before auction through Duncan Grant of BresicWhitney Estate Agents.
It has two bathrooms, and one parking space on 373sqm.
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