In fact, what is held inside the warehouse is so unexpected, it has already been snapped up off the market.
The property is in the Spring Hill area of Brisbane, Australia – and far from being just an empty warehouse, it is in fact a cool, modern two bed home.
Writing about the building on their website, estate agent company RayWhite said: “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.
“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.
“Located in the heart of Spring Hill and boasting an extremely rare two street frontage, you can leave the car at home and wander to the CBD, local parks, cool cafes, funky bars and gourmet restaurants.”
A floorpan shows the property not only has two bedrooms and a generous living area, it also enjoys a massive garage and a small outside area too.
Unlike many modern homes, this one also has plenty of storage, with a third room listed as either a storage area or small third bedroom.
It isn’t just the cool, modern interior that has commanded the high price, as the warehouse has another special feature.
It is accessible from two roads, adding value to the property.
Speaking to the Courier-Mail, agent Zac Tully said there had been a huge variety of potential buyers interested in the warehouse before it eventually sold.
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.”
While this Australian property has been snapped up, there is one thing that puts off a large majority of buyers in the UK, so British sellers should make sure their homes don’t have it.
Obvious damp patches are one of the biggest turn-offs for would-be house buyers, according to OnePoll research commissioned by Foxtons.
Some 60 per cent of Brits saying they would leave a viewing for this reason, according to the research.
Damp and mould can be hard to remove, and sellers should be aware of the importance of solving this problem before putting properties on the market.
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